NATIONAL PROGRAMMING LEAGUE


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Want to ameliorate your programming proficiencies? If yes, then here is a chance to explore your talent. National institute of technology, Warangal brought to you by TECHNOZION’17 in association with IEEE NITW an enormous event named as National Programming League,this event brings out the best amongst the top programmers of the country, with enhanced cash prize. Be a computer science engineer, come with efficient program having lesser memory allocation and get chance to prove yourself as an Alexander of this coding world. This event encompasses of four rounds with increasing difficulty levels as you qualify rounds.

Last three years this event culminated with huge number of participants. This is most precious platform to explore the coding skill and compete with thousands of most fabulous and well skilled programmers from various IITS, NITS, BITS,IIITS and other state engineering colleges used to participate in this event and come up with unexpected outcome.

The event has FOUR rounds which test your coding skills.
ROUND 0:
In this round  general aptitude and  simple coding related questions will be asked. 
Participants are required to have basic knowledge of Coding.
ROUND 1:
Participants who are selected to the second round are tested on their knowledge of Programming with the increased level of difficulty.
First and Second rounds are conducted online in their respective colleges.
ROUND 2 & ROUND 3 :
Participants who are selected to the 3rd round are tested on their knowledge of Programming with the increased level of difficulty.

Every participant has to register for TECHNOZION 2017.

A basic knowledge of C,C++ programming is necessary.

Round I is evaluated based on number of questions answered correctly.

Round II,III & IV are evaluated based on number of questions answered correctly with minimum time complexity and  lesser memory allocation.