Team "FacelessMen" from Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur is the winner of ACM ICPC Asia Region Kolkata Site Contest -2015

ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest

ACM ICPC is the largest computer programming contest in the world. The ACM ICPC is an activity of the ACM that provides college students with an opportunity to demonstrate and sharpen their problem-solving and computing skills. The contest is considered to be the "Olympics of Computer Programming". The ACM ICPC Asia Regional Contests invite Asian students to meet, establish friendships and promote fair competition in programming.

Setting Up Teams

A team consists of at most 3 contestants and a coach from the same institution. Generally each team gets 6 to 8 problems to be solved within 5 hours. A team can submit the programs in C, C++ or in JAVA.

A Little About Us

It is a two tier contest. The world is divided into six regions and Asia is a region. In Asia there are eighteen host sites and Kolkata is one of them. Each site selects one team as winner of the site and will be eligible to participate in the world finals which will be held in May, 2016 at Phuket, Thailand. The winning team of each site is eligible to participate to the world finals. Winning team may also get travel support from IBM and Directi to participate in the world finals. The Kolkata Site contest is organized by National Institute of Technical Teachers' Training and Research Kolkata.


Please note that IBM is the global sponsor of the world finals. For more information about ACM ICPC please visit http://acm.baylor.edu.

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Team "FacelessMen" from Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur is the winner of ACM ICPC Asia Region Kolkata Site Contest -2015.

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