IITR bags 2nd place at Olympics of Multi-Tier-Prog

IITR bags 2nd place at Olympics of Multi-Tier-Programming Competition

ICPC

IIT Roorkee team named "Hold right there Sparky!!",  Devanshu Agarwal, Samarth Joshi, Abhishek Kanhar and Balasubramanian Raman (coach) has bagged 41st position and 49th rank in the World and 2nd among Indian teams in the World Finals of 43rd International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC World Finals) held at Porto, Portugal between 31st March - 5th April 2019. IIT-R is one amongst 8 teams that have been selected from India and 135 teams from all over the world. The ICPC is an annual multi-tier programming competition among top universities from all over the world and is widely regarded as the Olympics of programming and one of the hardest programming competitions in the world.

The world ranking of teams from India is:
 
(1) IIT Madras - 48th
(2) IIT Roorkee - 49th
(3) IIT Bombay - 85th
(4) IIT Kanpur - 88th
(5) CMI Chennai - 95th
(6) IIIT Delhi - 108th
(7) IIT Patna - 110th
(8) IIT Kgp - 129th  
 
ICPC is an annual multi-tier programming competition among top universities of the world. It is widely regarded as the Olympics of programming and is one of the hardest programming competitions in the world. More details are available at:
 
 
Congratulations to the team and its coach!