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Prizes worth more than 20,000 INR!
Get ready for baffling puzzles, buggy codes and bewildering algorithms!
IEEE Students' Branch, BHU (Branch Code:06321) presents this two-tier event, testing all aspects of your computer knowledge, be it programming, logical reasoning, debugging or algorithm design.
- Prizes based on Cumulative Scores
- First Prize : Archit - 8,000 INR.
- Second Prize : Monster - 5,000 INR.
- Third Prize : nsit_codefest - a pair of MP3 Players.
- Fourth Prize : 101 - a pair of MP3 Players.
- Fifth Prize : contest crasher - a pair of MP3 Players.
- Consolation Prizes based on Individual Round Scores.
- Round 1 : roadies - an MP3 Player.
- Round 2 : qwerty - an MP3 player.
- Special Prize for Programming Question : sachin - a CodeChef T-shirt.
- Certificates to be awarded to top 5 teams in each round besides the top 20 teams in cumulative scoring.
- The contest consists of two cumulative rounds with 7 problems each.
- Problem Breakup:
- 2 Puzzles
- 2 Algorithm Designing Problems
- 2 C/C++ Debugging Problems
- 1 Algorithm Intensive Programming Challenge
- Top scorers of each round will also be awarded prizes.
- Open only to students.
- You are required to form a team, which can consist of maximum of 2 members, to be able to participate in this event.
- People from different places (institutes) may form teams together
- You will not be allowed to modify your team after your first submission. So form your teams judiciously.
- Programming Language : C/C++
- A team can make a maximum of 15 submissions for each problem. The last submission will be evaluated.
- All submissions will be received via this portal.
- Submissions must be in either plain-text or pdf format with maximum file size of 5 MB.
- All submissions will be judged manually after the contest gets over.
- Each problem consists of different points.
- Ranking for each round will be given based on the Total Points scored by the team.
- In case of a tie, Total Time will be considered.
- Total Time is the sum of Submission Time of all problems.
- Submission Time is the time of last submission for the problem with respect to the start time of the round.
- For a problem with no submission, the Submission Time will be the completion time of the round.
- Cumulative Score = Round1 Score(Max 100) + Round2 Score (Max 175)
- For all codes, gcc and g++ compilers will be used. Avoid using Turbo compilers.
- All dates and times are in Server Time
- Round 1 dates 5th Feb 6:00pm to 14th Feb 9:00pm
- Declaration of Round 1 solutions - 22nd Feb 7:00pm
- Declaration of Round 1 results - 22nd Feb 7:00pm
- Round 2 dates 5th Mar 6:00pm to 14th Mar 10:00pm
- Declaration of Round 2 solutions - 16th Mar 9:00pm
- Declaration of Round 2 results - 30th Mar 01:00am
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