IEEEXtreme is a global challenge in which teams of IEEE Student members – advised and proctored by an IEEE member, and often supported by an IEEE Student Branch – compete in a 24-hour time span against each other to solve a set of programming problems.

The international IEEEXtreme Programming Competition 13.0 took place on October 19th 2019. The successful event was open to IEEE members and it was organized on behalf of the IEEE Sandip Foundation Student Branch by our proctor Prof. Nikhil Kulkarni.The team “The coders” was formed with three members.

Every one hour, two algorithmic problems arise, one of which is characterized as very challenging. The students can write code in the programming language of their preference and are graded based on the validity and the efficiency of their solutions. 

The SF team “The coders” ranked well among the worldwide participants.

The event was organised by CS Academy giving us a dynamic view of coding. This was a great opportunity for IEEE membership promotion and its benefits towards its members.

This event was the occasion to show programming skills, but also to be able to sustain for 24hr this task. Even after hours of programming the exhaustion didn’t demotivate the students, they just kept on programming. Only after the full 24-hours, the team called it a day with an amazing coding experience.


  1. Tejas Zambre (IEEE Member No. 95100143 )
  2. Shreya Joshi (IEEE Member No. 95051704 )
  3. Neha Adkar (IEEE Member No. 95055708)