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Game Of Codes

The competition will have three rounds and the winner will be announced after third round. The Competition is open for Engineering Diploma, Engineering Degree, B.Sc and MCA Students. Participant have to form a team consisting of two members.

Name of the event: GAME OF CODES

Date of the event  : 28th September, 2019

CSI-DBIT student chapter successfully conducted its annual inter-college online coding competition “Game of Codes” on 28th September 2019 (Saturday). It was conducted under the banner of CSI TechNext India 2020. The technical partner for this event was Hackerearth. Hackerearth provides a platform for organizations with their innovation management and technical recruitment needs by hosting coding competitions, hackathon and programming challenges. The top 3 teams of the final round will be awarded a cash prize of ₹7000, ₹5000 and ₹3000. Students participated in three rounds of increasing difficulty in teams of two. Each round was of 1hour duration. Round 1 consisted of 5 questions, round 2 consisted of 3 questions and the final round consisted of 2 questions. There were 745 participants in 432 teams registered from across 35 colleges. The registered teams were majorly from Mumbai region with a few from outside Mumbai.

Non-DBITDBIT

Participants=534(With Members) + 108(Individual)

total participants= 642

Participants= 92(With Member) + 11(Individual)

Total Participants =103

Coding Portal:
To conduct the online competition, we made use of “Hackerearth”. It is a web-based online portal for conducting competitive programming contests. It automates the compilation and assessment process and proved to have a better user-interface and overall experience than other platforms. The plagiarism report provided by Hackerearth was an extremely effective tool that helped us to grade and asses the teams.

The only problem we encountered during the testing of this platform was that our network could not support the simultaneous use of this platform on multiple terminals.

The participation details of teams are as follows.

RoundTotalDBIT QualifiersNon-DBIT Qualifiers
1
323 (268 Teams)
74
160
2
100 (42 Teams)
35
47
3
44 (24 Teams)
14
30
 

There were 7 teams from DBIT qualifying for the final round.

  1. Arjun Chauhan – TECOMPS
  2. Yash Bitla – TECOMPS
  3. Chaitanyakrishna Dukkipaty – BEIT
  4. John Anand – BEIT
  5. Kyle lobo – BEIT
  6. Roshan James – BEIT
  7. Calden Rodriguez – BEIT
  8. Shadrak Gurupnor – BEIT
  9. Mushira Shakh – TEIT
  10. Ishmeet Kaur – TEIT
  11. Saurabh Kumar Yadav – TEIT
  12. Viraj Tandel – TEIT
  13. Sanket Deshmukh – TEIT
  14. Prabodh Shewalkar – TEIT

The winners of Game of Codes – 2019 are :


First Winners

 
 
Ajit Trivedi

(Shree LR Tiwari College of Engineering)

Mradul Bhatnagar
(BITS Goa)


Second Winners

 
Arjun Chavan

(Don Bosco Institute of Technology)

Yash Bitla
(Don Bosco Institute of Technology)


Third Winners

 
 
Jatin Saini

(AP Shah Institute of Technology Thane)

Anmol Majithia
(AP Shah Institute of Technology Thane)
 

These teams will be awarded with cash prize and certificates in the annual conference TechNext 2020 hosted by CSI Mumbai Chapter.

CSI-DBIT student chapter successfully conducted its annual inter-college online coding  competition “Game of Codes” on 6th October 2018 (Saturday)

The technical partner for this event was Hackerearth. Hackerearth provides a platform for organizations with their innovation management and technicakl recruitment needs by hosting coding competitions, hackathon and programming challenges.

The top 3 teams of the final round will be awarded a cash prize of ₹7000, ₹5000 and ₹3000.

Students participated in three rounds of increasing difficulty in teams of two. Each round was of 1hour duration. Round 1 consisted of 5 questions, Round 2 consisted of 4 questions and the final round consisted of 2 questions.

There were 360 participants in 220 teams registered from across 35 colleges. The registered teams were majorly from Mumbai region with a few from outside Mumbai.

The participation details of teams is as follows.
 
Round
Total
DBIT Qualifiers
Non-DBIT Qualifiers
1
234 (153 Teams)
74
160
2
82 (50 Teams)
35
47
3
19 (10 Teams)
7
12

 

Winners of Game Of Codes 2018 are :

 

 First Winners

Abdullah Aslam

(Shree LR Tiwari College of Engineering) 

Vivek Chauhan

(VJTI) 

Second Winners

Pratik Nerurkar

(Don Bosco Institute of Technology)

Chaitanyakrishna Dukkipaty

(Don Bosco Institute of Technology)

There were 4 teams from DBIT qualifying for the final round.

  1. Pratik Nerurkar – TEIT
  2. Chaitanyakrishna Dukkipaty – TEIT
  3. Kyle lobo – TEIT
  4. Roshan James – TEIT
  5. Sanket Deshmukh – SEIT
  6. Wayne Fernandes – SECOMPS
 

CSI-DBIT Student Branch successfully conducted inter-college online coding competition “Game of Codes 2017”. 
The 1st winner received Rs.3000/-, 2nd winner received Rs.2000/- and 3rd winner received Rs.1000/- prize money. The Competition is open for Engineering Diploma, Engineering Degree, B.Sc and MCA Students. There was no registration fee to participate in the event.

Students were asked to register in teams of maximum 2 members. Participant will have option to write the program in C/C++/Java. Each participating team will receive a participation certificate from CSI TechNext India 2017-18. The prizes will be awarded to the three best teams and will be felicitated at the CSI TechNext India 2017-18 Annual Student Convention with the certificate and prize money.

To conduct the online competition, we made use of “Hackerearth”. It is a web-based online portal for conducting competitive programming contests. It automates the compilation and assessment process and proved to have a better user-interface and overall experience than other platforms. The plagiarism report provided by Hackerearth was an extremely effective tool that helped us to grade and asses the teams.

191 participants from across different colleges all over India in 132 teams participated in GOC 2017.

In round 1, the participants had to solve 7 problems of easy category in 1 hour duration. A total of 44 teams qualified the Round 1 which included 16 DBIT teams.
Round 2 consisted of 4 problems of medium difficulty level which had to be solved in 1 hour. 10 teams cleared this round to appear for the third and final round.

Among DBIT students 2 teams cleared the second round.The final round had 2 problems of the highest difficulty level.

The winners were

1st – Vivek Vora & Parth Valani from Dwarkadas J. Sanghvi College of Engineering.

2nd – Rahul Shetty & Rajeevkumar Shridhar Yadav from Vivekanand Education
Society’s Institute of Technology.

3rd – Cyprein Dcunha from Dwarkadas J. Sanghvi College of Engineering.

Brief Description:
The competition will have three rounds and the winner will be announced after third round. The Competition is open for Engineering Diploma, Engineering Degree, B.Sc and MCA Students. Participant have to form a team consisting of two members.

Participant will have option to write the program in C/C++/Java/Python language.
Each participating team will receive participation certificate from CSI TechNext India 2016-17. The prizes will be awarded to the two best teams and will be felicitated at the CSI TechNext India 2016-17 Annual Student Convention with the certificate and prize money.

The total prize is worth is Rs. 22000/-.

Coding Platform:
CodeChef is a non-profit educational initiative of Directi. It is a global competitive programming platform which supports over 50 programming languages and has a large community of programmers that helps students and professionals test and improve their coding skills. Codechef is technical partner for GOC 2016 coding competition.

Participation Details:
There were a total of 94 teams out of which there were 44 DBIT teams and other 50 teams from colleges across Mumbai.

Winners of GOC 2016

1. Sumit Busa, Akshen Kadakia(Dwarkadas Jivanlal Sanghvi College of Engineering).
2. Ronak Shah, Vishal Sheth (Dwarkadas Jivanlal Sanghvi College of Engineering)
3. Vivek Vora, Parth Velani (Dwarkadas Jivanlal Sanghvi College of Engineering).

DBIT Rankers:
Aditya, Sharanya from TEIT secured the 4th place.
Nalini, Joel from TEIT secured the 8th place.
Atashi, Madhulika from SEIT secured the 9th place.

The Games of Codes software coding contest was organized by the DBIT CSI chapter (Information Technology department) on October 4, 2015. This competition was conducted online for the first time.This event aimed to check the programming skills through problem solving, logical thinking, debugging and coding ability of the students.
The students had the option of three programming languages – C/C++/Java.

 

WINNERS

 

Sr No.NameCollege Name
1Roshan Lasrado, Clerence SequeiraDon Bosco Institute of Technology
2Vivek Vora, Parth VelaniDJ Sanghvi college of Engineering
3Suyog Gadhave, Siddhant TiwariBhartiya Vidyapeeth College of Engineering
4Rohan Gandhi, Dhaval PatanwadiaThadomal Shahani Engineering College
5Vidya Balani, Likitha ShettigarDon Bosco Institute of Technology
Milson Carvalho, Aaron AlphonsoDon Bosco Institute of Technology

 

The Games of Codes software coding contest was organized by the DBIT CSI chapter (Department of Information Technology) on September 29, 2014. This event aimed to check the programming skills through problem solving, logical thinking, debugging and coding ability of the students.
The students had the option of three programming languages – C/C++/Java.

The registration was done online through the site gameofcodes.dbit.in . The payment formalities were completed offline along with spot entries.

A total of 150 teams registered for this competition. Each team comprised of 2 students. There were 3 rounds in which some teams were eliminated as the competition progressed. There were 19 teams left in the third round.

The first 5 winners were:

1. Saddam & Shail S.
2. Milson C. & Aaron Alphonso. (Don Bosco Institute of Technology)
3. Roshan Lasrado & Reuben Thomas. (Don Bosco Institute of Technology)
4. Sanket Purandare & Vikas Gupta.
5. Sebin Sebastian & Mishehal Abraham.(Don Bosco Institute of Technology)

Brief Description:

Tech Next India 2013 is an annual CSI student interstate technical event. It brings together CSI student branches all over the state. It provides the student a competitive platform to showcase their technical skills. The winners of these competitions are felicitated by CSI student chapter Mumbai.

The Games of Codes software coding contest was organized by the DBIT CSI chapter (Information Technology department) on September 30, 2013.

This event aimed to check the programming skills through problem solving, logical thinking, debugging and coding ability of the students. The students had the option of three programming languages – C/C++/Java.

Registration Details:

The registration was done online through the site gameofcodes.dbit.in. The payment formalities were completed offline along with spot entries. A total of 68 teams registered for this competition. There were 50 internal teams and 10 external teams from various engineering colleges like Thadomal Shahani Engineering College, Vasantdada Patil College of Engineering, M. H. Saboo Siddik College of Engineering, Sardar Patel Institute of Technology, Datta Meghe College of Engineering, Fr. Conceicao Rodrigues College of Engineering and Watumul College of Engineering. Each team comprised of 2 students.

Round Details:

The competition had three rounds. Each round was of one hour duration. The first round was the MCQ round where the participants had to answer 50 questions.
Total 46 top scoring teams were selected into round two.

In the round two the students had to rearrange the jumbled statements of 5 programs in a language of their choice( C/C++/Java). The teams who completed the task of debugging maximum number of programs in the shortest duration of time were promoted to round three. Total 10 teams were selected for the third round.

In the third round the teams had to write the code for 2 problems.  The two team members had to start simultaneously. After a duration of 15 minutes the members had to swap their places with their partner and continue to work on the code written by the partner. The swapping took place three times during the entire duration of this round. This round not only tested the coding capability of the student but also their problem understanding capability.
The top three winners were chosen based on the number of programs executed in the shortest duration of time.

Top 10 finalists

 

Sno

Name

1

Piyush Kumar Lodhaya (DBIT)

Ajinkya Powale (DBIT)

2

Lavesh Manuja (TSEC)

Hitesh Raichandani (TSEC)

3

Sanket Purandhare (TSEC)

Varun Mundhale (TSEC)

4

Reuben Philip (DBIT)

Roshan Lasrado (DBIT)

5

Abhishek Mishra (SPIT)

Bhisma Narula (SPIT)

6

Ian Menezes (DBIT)

Melwyn Jose (DBIT)

7

Gajakosh Deepak (DBIT)

Chauhan Lovlesh (DBIT)

8

Sunit Patil (DBIT)

Sameer Pawar (DBIT)

9

Nikhil Varghese (SPIT)

Gaurav Tripathi (SPIT)

10

Erwin Palani (DBIT)

Amrith Menon (DBIT)

 

Winners

 

Sr. no

Name

Winner

Piyush Kumar Lodhaya (DBIT)

Ajinkya Powale (DBIT)

1st runner up

Lavesh Manuja (TSEC)

Hitesh Raichandani (TSEC)

2nd runner up

Sanket Purandhare (TSEC)

Varun Mundhale (TSEC)

 

The round three was followed by prize distribution ceremony which was presided by the Principal Dr. N. G. Joag.

Thanking our Principal Dr. N. G. Joag for his encouragement and suggestions. We would like to appreciate the contributions by our sponsors Axis bank Ghatkopar West branch. We would like to mention all the participants who made this competition a success. Last but not the least we would like to acknowledge our volunteers who worked hard for the smooth functioning of the competition.