1. There will be a preliminary written round testing the basic foundational knowledge of the teams in algorithms, data structures and programming paradigms.

2. A maximum of eight teams will successfully qualify to the final round. A single problem statement will be provided to each team. The teams will discuss possible solutions to the problem and split the solutions into modules as they deem fit. This is followed by 3 hours of individual coding. Members of each team will work separately on one of the three modules. At the end of every 55 minutes a round will finish and  teams will have to switch modules. This means that team member 1 will move to team member 2’s system, member 2 to member 3’s system and member 3 to member 1’s system and continue working where their teammates left off. There will be a total of three rounds.

3. At the end of the rounds, the teams will given time (45 minutes) to put the pieces together and construct a single solution. The teams will get to test their solution against sample test cases and submit their solutions to the online judge.

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