Do you have what it takes to solve problems?
Do you have the power to think, create, and execute?
To all the students out there,
It's time to showcase your programming skills!
Grab this amazing opportunity!
Participate in the coding contest to win exciting Cash Prizes, CodeChef laddus, and Certificates!
About the Contest:
" Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works." - Steve Jobs
Happy Birthday to Mr. Steve Jobs!
This contest is dedicated to him.
- Organiser: Department of Computer Science, University of Delhi.
- One cash prize of Rs.1500/- and certificate to top 1 DU Undergraduate student.
- One cash prize of Rs.1500/- and certificate to top 1 Non-DU Undergraduate/Masters student.
- CodeChef laddus 250 each to top 3 winners.
- Registrations for prizes: NA
- Duration: 4 hours
- Start time: 24th February 2019, 20:00 hrs IST
- End time: 24th February 2019, 00:00 hrs IST
You may check your timezone here.
You are required to register for this event and have an account on CodeChef to participate. Registrations are open till 24-02-2019 11:30 PM. If you do not have a CodeChef ID create one here.
Eligibility Criteria: Anyone with a knack for Programming :P
Our contests are open to all the programmers across the globe. However, all the participants are expected to abide by CodeChef Code Of Conduct and prizes will be given only to students as mentioned in About the contest.
Rules and Regulations:
- Please do not discuss strategy, suggestions or tips in the comments during a live contest. Posting questions clarifying the problem statement is ok. If you are unsure, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org .
- Discussing CodeChef's problems or any aspect of the problem, on any other platform on the web, on identification, could lead to disabling of respective account and banning from the community.
- Allowed languages: C, C++, Java and Python
- Each program will be tested based on our critical test data. However, output and input should be exactly as specified in the samples provided
- The submitted solutions will be run through a plagiarism check. Plagiarised solutions or any attempt to use unfair means will straight away lead to disqualification.
- Please contact email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org for any queries during the contest.
- All the problems will be partially graded and you will get a score for passing certain test data. You will receive complete 1200 points for solving all problems (passing all test cases).
- The details of the failed test cases will also be visible on your solution page.
- You can submit solutions as many times as you'd like, there are no penalties for incorrect submissions. Only your best correct submission will be considered.
- Those who achieve the score first will be placed higher in the ranklist in case of a tie.
- The decision of the organizers in declaring the results will be final. No queries in this regard will be entertained.
- Any participant found to be indulging in any form of malpractice will be immediately disqualified.
Note: You can now "Code, Compile, and Run" your codes on our newly launched Online IDE.
However, if you are using any other online development environment, make sure that other contestants don't have access to your code. As a contestant, you are responsible for making sure others don't access the code that you submit. If you use Ideone, make sure to mark your submission "private" (not secret)".
DUCS was delighted to connect with all the participants who took part in the Coding Cup Challenge.
Here is the result of DCC2019:
The Winner for the DU Category is:
Ankush Khanna, DDUC, DU
The Winner for the Non-DU Category is:
Swapnil Ojha, NIT Trichy
There are seven problems in this contest, each carries a different score, detailed below:
Oh Wow! Oh Wow! Oh Wow! -> 100 points
Our Saviour -> 150 points
The tricky gift -> 150 points
Pixar Land -> 150 points
Maximum Production -> 150 points
Save My SteveNotes -> 200 points
Steve and the award night -> 300 points