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NinjaSprint Idea-Thon 1.0

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The Ideathon at Coding Ninjas serves as the crucible for innovation, where participants shape ideas into actionable plans. This multi-stage competition revolves around presenting innovative concepts.

Eligibility Criteria:
Any College Student from 1st year -4th year.

Details of the event:
This is a Coding Contest which will have a total of 30 MCQS.

Ideathon: Stages and Timelines:

Stage 1: Online Assessment 

Teams will have to take an online assessment round consisting of 30 MCQ. The earlier you start, the better. All team members will attempt the online assessment individually.

Stage 2:  Idea Submission Round 

All the Top 25 teams shortlisted  are required to prepare a  presentation addressing  idea based on the themes provided which act as an opportunity to advance to the next round.


Stage 3: Grand Finale Round 

The shortlisted participants would be required to be available online for the final round and present their solution ( prototype)  on pre-decided dates.

The result announced by the panel of judges would be considered final, and no objections would be entertained.



1.The team should be composed of 3-5 members.

Team formations link : GOOGLE FORM

2.Participants are encouraged to choose the challenge they wish to tackle from a list of themes provided in the guidelines. Within these themes, no specific problem statements will be prescribed, granting students the freedom to select and define their own problems for the Ideathon.
3.The pitch presentation submitted should be of maximum 5-6 slides.
4.Each team member is required to participate in the test collectively.

The top 25 teams with the highest scores will advance to the final round.


Sustainability, Healthcare, Education, Open Innovation, Blockchain, Cybersecurity, Heritage and culture




Round 1 / Online assessment

Feb 24-25, 2024

Round 1 results

Feb 26, 2024

Idea submission starts

Feb 27, 2024

Idea submission deadline

March 5, 2024

Idea-thon Day 1

March 15, 2024

Idea-thon Day 2

March 16, 2024

Grand Finale

March 17, 2024

Sample problem for you

Rewards : 



CN Swags worth

1st place

AV worth 3000


2nd place

AV worth 2000


3rd place

AV worth 1000


Best all women's team

AV worth 1500


Best freshers team

AV worth 1200


Rewards - Coding Ninjas Studio EXP

1st - 1000

2nd - 750

3rd - 500

4th-10th - 250

11th-50th - 100

Participation - 100


  • You can submit solutions as many times as you'd like, there are no penalties for incorrect submissions. Only your best correct submission will be considered.
  • Those who achieve the score first will be placed higher in the ranklist in case of a tie.
  • Discussing Coding Ninjas Studio contest problems or any aspect of the problem, on any other platform on the web, on identification, could lead to disabling of respective account and banning from the community.
  • Please do not discuss strategy, suggestions, or tips in the comments during a live contest. Posting questions clarifying the problem statement is ok. If you are unsure, feel free email us at support@codingninjas.com
  • The problems will be partially graded. You will get score for passing certain test cases.
  • Facing any kind of issues, email us at support@codingninjas.com
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