Newton's coding challenge (NCC) 2020
Data Structures & Algorithm
Cash prizes of ₹20,000 (Only for college students and recent graduates) + ₹100 gift voucher each to 100 lucky
people who solves atleast one question
Registrations open now. Contest begins at: 09:00 PM, 30th October 2020
In case of any issues please email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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About the contest
India's premier online coding contest based on algorithms and data structures that aims to foster the learning of data structures, algorithms & problem solving in Indian college students.
Solve challenges and win
1st Prize - ₹8,000
2nd Prize - ₹5,000
3rd Prize - ₹4,000
4th Prize - ₹2,000
5th Prize - ₹1,000
There will be multiple problems and points would be allotted on solving the problems. Each question may have different points depending on the difficulty level of the problem.
You can sit back in your homes and give this test online. All you need is a good internet connectivity and a quiet environment.
Eligibility - College students and recent graduates with a knack for Programming
Duration - 2 hours 30 minutes
Start time - 09:00 PM IST, 30th October 2020
End time - 11:30 PM IST, 30th October 2020
Frequently asked questions
Why should I participate in Newton’s Coding Challenge?
This contest provides the participants with amazing coding challenges and a national platform to showcase their coding skills. Additionally winners get to win exciting rewards.
Who can participate?
Anyone can participate. But the prizes are exclusively for the students. The students must have a valid college/ school ID.
How to register for Newton’s Coding Challenge?
Please click on the register button above and make your profile. You're in.
Where should I report to give this test?
You can sit back in your homes and give this test online. All you need is a good internet connectivity and a quiet environment. At the time of the test you can just log in to your accont at my.newtonschool.co/login
Can contestants participate in groups?
Only individual participation is allowed.