- About Contest: The LoC Competitive Programming Marathon is targeted at Indian school students to improve their programming and competitive programming skills. The Marathon is scheduled to start in the month of February 2016 through November 2016 and dates of the contest in the respective months is mentioned in the link here. At the end of the marathon (in December 2016) a fully sponsored residential programming camp will be conducted by Amrita University at their Amritapuri Campus for the champions selected from this marathon contest. The winners will be honoured as a tribute to the top notch programmer from India – Harsha Suryanarayana (Lord Harsha).
- Organiser: The contest is hosted by Amrita University in association with CodeChef.
- Prizes: Know more details about prizes here.
- Registrations for prizes: https://goo.gl/No9Tvb
- Duration: 4 days
- Start time: 26th February 2016, 00:00 hrs IST
- Ends time: 29th February 2016, 23:59 hrs IST
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You just need to have a CodeChef username to participate. If you do not have a CodeChef ID create one here. To be eligible for the Amrita coding camp and prizes, please register here: https://goo.gl/No9Tvb
Rules and Regulations:
- Almost all languages supported on CodeChef are allowed.
- Please contact email@example.com for any queries during the contest.
- All the problems will be partially graded and you will get score for passing certain test data . You will receive hundred (100) point for solving a problem (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.
- Any participant found to be indulging in any form of malpractice will be immediately disqualified.
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)".