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Activities and Competitions


The ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest

The ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC) is organized and conducted yearly by the Association of Computing Machinery (ACM). ACM is started in the 1970s as a local contest somewhere in Texas and then having grown exponentially in the number of participating universities each year. In 2007/2008, 6700 teams from 1821 universities in 83 countries competed for the bragging rights of being the World's Programming Champions.

The ACM programming contest provides college students an opportunity to demonstrate and sharpen their problem solving and computing skills. The contest is a two-tiered competition among teams of students representing institutions of higher education. The winning teams of the regional contests advance to the contest finals.

3. Programming Competition

This is a local Programming Competition for the undergraduate students organized, judged and funded by CCIT, It takes about two hours, two programs are required and the first five students to finish win. Students are allowed to use any programming language.

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