CODESTORM

Details

Max. No. Of Participants: 2

Registration fee: Rs.150 (For single entry) Rs.200 (team of two)

No. of rounds:3

INTRODUCTION:

For all the coders TEXEPHYR brings Code storm. Write out the optimized and most efficient code to prove your coding prowess. This event will not only be testing your coding but also evaluate your debugging. Event format: They are two completely different tracks:

  • Minor (Diploma & FE & SE)
  • Major (TE & BE)
Prizes for both tracks are different.

EVENT FORMAT:

  • Round 1-MCQ:
    • Contestants will have to answer set of questions.
    • Questions will be of multiple choice and the contestant has to choose the appropriate one.
    • Questions will be based on technical know-how.
  • Round 2 REVERSE CODING (For Minor) :
    • Contestants will be given input-output sequences and will have to decode the logic behind it.
    • The code can be written in any of the four languages i.e. C, C++, java or python.
    • Both time and correctness of code will be considered.
  • Round 3 (Winners selection) :
    • Texephyr will contact you once you clear round 2.
    • You will be cross questioned and judged by a market expertise, faculty and a panel.
    • Winners will be selected from this round.
    • The winners will be decided on the basis of implementation, plans, future scope of ideas, your answers to the expertise.

    PRACTICAL PROBLEMS (CODES RELATED TO DAILY LIFE PROBLEMS (For Major)) :

    • Feel the technological change that how you recover faster from disaster.
    • Contestants are assumed to be at a zero level initially.
    • Contestants will have to choose one of the given difficulty levels (say around 1 to 5).
    • For each of the difficulty level contestants will be rewarded with certain points if answered correctly (say 100 for difficulty level 1, 200 for 2 and so on).

    Round 3-Final Coding Round :

    • This round will be a hard-core coding round.
    • A problem statement will be provided for which a code needs to be developed. .
    • The code can be written in any of the four languages i.e. C, C++, java or python.
    • Both time and correctness of code will be considered.