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You can try to code for solving "Sudoku". Its a familiar game that suits your requirement and covers all your subjective areas. In case you are concerned about a simple project that suits your fellow students, you can brainstorm with them about what they would like to built. It also helps them to know what they are preparing to do. A project that looks ...
Rosalind has a collection of problems in bioinformatics. They start with simple problems that can be solved with loops and counting, and get more complex. Project Euler is similar, but has math-based problems. These two sites are nice because rather than playing around with an imaginary problem space, you get to learn a bit about another real field along ...
I tried giving some sample projects to my friends so that they could learn c#. I asked them to create a calculator and an address book. Things/utilities they could relate to. I must say that they were happy with the project and I was happy with their learning curve.
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