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By gkapatia, 4 weeks ago, In English

Greetings,

Newton School cordially invites you to be a part of our monthly coding challenge. This month, the challenge is going to take place on eve of 25th September, 2020 at 9PM IST. The duration of the contest is 150 minutes.

Please follow below link to register.
Contest page: https://www.newtonschool.co/contest-home

Highlights of contest:
- Problem setters are a team of 4 coders who have been ICPC world finalist
- The Prize Money is ₹20k and candidates can win exciting prizes and goodies
- ₹100 gift voucher each to 100 randomly chosen participants who solves at-least one question
- We receive more than 10K registrations in our contest from all engineering colleges pan India

Registrations for contest is open till start of contest.
*Note: Prizes are for Indian Participants only.

I hope you all will participate and enjoy the contest.

Regards,
Newton School Team.

 
 
 
 
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Problem setters are a team of 4 coders who have been ICPC world finalist
You should mention their name (preferably codeforces handles). Almost all contest announcements mention problem setters handle. Imo that looks much better than just saying they are ICPC world finalist. Chances are people here already know them and you won't even need to mention their achievements.

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    Why is phone no verification (and DOB) even a necessary requirement for signup? I prefer not to share those just to see your website.

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      thanks for suggestion. will incorporate this soon.

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How to solve D?

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Why problem statement are locked,but solution codes are unlocked, is there any way I could see the problem statements.

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can somebody share the questions?