Final rankings along with team name and college name - http://www.wncc-iitb.org/acmonlineresults/
(Courtesy: Web and Coding Club - IIT Bombay )
Unofficial List of teams who are first in their college and may be selected in the remaining empty slots - https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B1jcPqsGCt_uN0tXWXktZzU5VG8/view
(Courtesy: roman28 )
I ran a script that determines the number of unique colleges and the total number of teams participating in the Online Round of ACM-ICPC Amritapuri this year. It turns out that there are 199 unique colleges participating.
No. of teams registered = 1859
No. of teams accepted = 1459 (uptil October 8, 2014)
No. of registered colleges = 199
No. of colleges whose atleast 1 team is accepted = 168
No. of slots for regional = 200
This means, every team is basically competing against other teams of their college only, by pigeonhole principle.
(The pigeonhole principle states that if n items are put into m containers, with n > m, then at least one container must contain more than one item.)
So, even if a team’s rank is in the lower 1000’s, but if they are first in their college, they will definitely qualify for the regional, as rules state that the best ranked team from every college will be picked first and if slots are remaining, then more teams will be picked based on certain criteria that may vary from region to region.
On the other hand, as we all know, there will be very stiff competition in colleges like IIIT Hyderabad, which has 191 teams competing at the Amritapuri Online Round.