Dare to Code

No. of Participants:

120

Event Description:

  1. A truly deep skills extracting event which consists of 3 rounds...
  2. In the first round...every participant has to reform and correct the errors in the given code....
  3. This would be done with the monitor screen turned off...
  4. This would evaluate technical skills
  5. This round would be analysing the core logic as well as technical skills ....
  6. This would be done with the screen turned off and the keyboard inverted
  7. In the final round...a problem will be given....the participant would be blindfolded...and the screen turned off....
  8. And the most perfect code written in the least time would be the winner....
  9. This would analyze the extreme capabilities of that participant
  10. This is a truly deep thinking event with interesting riddles in it...solving them leads to a greater round
  11. It is specially designed to give a golden opportunity to the young legends of the binary world...

Rules:

  1. Participants should be present at the venue 10 minutes prior to the starting time mentioned.
  2. The participants, if found cheating by any means will the disqualified.
  3. If any kind of tempering is done to the keyboards, monitors or blindfolds then the participant will be immediately disqualified.
  4. For Round 2 and Round 3, participants will not be allowed to use pen or paper.
  5. Smart Devices are not allowed during the event.

Judging Criteria:

  1. The participants will be evaluated based on the correctness of their codes and the one having the least number of errors.
  2. In case of a tie, TIE breaking problem statement will be given and time will be monitored.
  3. Student coordinators & faculty coordinator’s Decision will be final.
  4. The decision of coordinators will be final.

Rounds:

Round 1: (Day 1, 2 Hours, 120 Participants)

Batches: 3

Batch Registration + Explanation Time: 10 minutes

Batch Coding Time: 10 minutes

  1. A simple code with syntax error will be given on paper. Participants have to correct the errors on paper and type the code with monitor screen switched off. Ten minutes will be given to type and correct the code. Based on the results of first round the participants will be selected for second round.

Round 2: (Day 1, 1 hours, 40 participants)

Batch: 1

Batch Registration + Explanation Time: 20 minutes

Batch Coding Time: 20 minutes

  1. Only problem statement will be provided. Participants need to type the code with monitor screen switched off as well as the participants will have to type with the keyboards rotated by 180 degrees. Twenty minutes will be given to each participant. Based on the results of second round the participants will be selected for third round.

Round 3: (Day 2, 2 hours, 15 participants)

Batch: 1

Batch Registration + Explanation Time: 20 minutes

Batch Coding Time: 30 minutes

  1. Only problem statement will be provided. Participants need to type the code with a blind fold on their eyes and monitor screen switched off. Thirty minutes will be given to each participant. Winners will be announced based on the results of compilation and execution.