Hello people,
For now, I am creating a very rough order. I hope more people contribute to it. Also, I will keep editing it till I can. :)
Thank you in advance to all who contribute!
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Hey @ista2000 It is really good that you have started it. You can take help from forums too. They include quite good topics. Moreover talking about number theory you can add topics like
answered 10 Aug, 15:30

BitManipulation https://www.hackerearth.com/practice/notes/bitmanipulation/ Hashing https://www.hackerearth.com/practice/datastructures/hashtables/basicsofhashtables/tutorial/ Please add these two topics also after maths, because these topics are more often asked in almost all the contest. Otherwise, the order is great. Hope this helps! answered 14 Aug, 20:21
You can click the "Edit it" button where it is written "This question is marked "community wiki". Feel free to edit it.". Please do add as many topics as you can! It will help me a lot.
(14 Aug, 20:59)
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I think it has some limit, like "Users above X karma can edit community wiki. ". I guess I can add this stuff for him :D But idk the order T_T
(14 Aug, 21:23)
Order the broad topics in any way but add the subtopics in order of difficulty. For eg, In divide and conquer, first its binary search, next quick sort and then centroid decomposition. Please do add T_T
(14 Aug, 23:05)

All the best dear :)
You can add some topics too @vijju123 :P
Great initiative @ista2000
But not one contribution from anyone :(
https://www.quora.com/WhatalgorithmsanddatastructuresshouldIlearnforZCOandINOI
^^ This might be helpful although this just contains topics for ZCO and INOI.
@mathecodician It will also be good if you add one or two topics ;_;
https://www.commonlounge.com/discussion/f6052177ea3543439251079f57f480e0 (From Commonlounge community of International Olympiad in Informatics)
Haven't found a better compilation for IOI preparation than the above playlist. Hope this helps!