Want to be known as the world's best coder? Exclusive tips from Ali Khosravi, Second runner up of TCS CodeVita 2020!


$20,000 Total Prize Money, 342,000+ Registrations, 6 Hours to prove your mettle.

This is TCS CodeVita. It is a global programming contest for engineering and science students to experience the joy of coding and to sharpen their programming skills through real-life computing practices. At TCS, we are excited to launch Codevita Season 9 and the applications are now open for Australia and New Zealand! Keep reading to find out more! 

The competition is designed to sharpen students' skills as a programmer but also: 

  1. Help TCS spot bright students 
  2. Provide students an opportunity to showcase their programming talent and earn peer recognition. 
  3. Provide an opportunity to showcase offerings of TCS to the academic world 
  4. Provide a platform to students to practice and enhance their programming skills 
  5. Provide exciting career opportunities for students in TCS* 
  6. Global ranking for top coders 
  7. Prize pool: Winners (Top 3 contestants) will receive a total cash prize of USD 20,000. The Winner, 1st Runner-up and 2nd Runner-up can earn $10,000, $7,000 and $3,000 respectively.  

*Due to the current Covid-19 pandemic, travel restrictions may need to be considered 

Want to know how to crack the code and create success for yourself throughout the competition?  

Meet Ali Khosravi


Ali Khosravi emerged as a global champion, coming second out of 230,000 applicants from 89 countries at CodeVita 2020. This is an amazing feat as it was a really tight competition having been the first year that TCS Code Vita was hosted internationally. Hailing from Melbourne, AustraliaAli Khosravi has represented both his university RMIT University and Australia, doing them proud. On top of this, Alwon $7,000USD to support his programming career.


Want to hear his winning secrets? He has some tips to share on how to prepare for the 9th Season of TCS CodeVita.

  1. Make use of accessible resources! Resources such as TCS ION Digital Learning, Coursera (Ali’s recommended platform) and more to improve in competitive programming where you can choose topics and set difficulty levels 
  2. Keep challenging yourself by participating in online global contests such as codeforces contests or atcode contests.  
  3. Keep your mind active by practicing at least one question a day 
  4. Be conscious of the time - If you are unable to solve a question, move on to the next 
  5. Be attentive! Don’t just skim the questions, minute details in a question can help you solve it in minutes! 
Do you have what it takes? Try out the sample questions here: https://www.tcscodevita.com/samplequestion.jsp

Ali challenges you. Registrations will close 1st December 2020, so get in quick!
Register here: ww.tcscodevita.com