A Contest that tests your knowledge and skills as a programmer, Braille-Code is for all those nerds out there who live for coding. This academic session UPES ACM and ACM-W Student Chapters decided to take things up a notch and achieve technical excellence. To emphasize on it further, we launched our this year's theme for our Annual Technical Fest, Prodigy 2018, Engineering Worldwide, and our events, all revolving around the same. This event has three rounds in total. First Round, you take a quiz. Find the output of as many questions as you can in an hour with the maximum number of questions being 30. Negative marking(-2) for incorrect responses. Top 20 make it to the next round. Second Round, let's speed up the things a bit. 30 seconds, one question, mark all the errors. Underlining the right part will fetch you negative marks(-1). Top 15 will move to the final round. Third Round, 1 hour of hardcore coding with the screens turned off! Solve as many problems as you can with your codes in the time span of 1 hour. The catch, although, is to have the correct source code for the previous problem to move to the next one. Failing to do so, will land you in trouble as you'll be awarded negative marks. At last the top two will be decided based on the top scores and will be the winners of Braille-Code.