All team members should be from same college; no inter-college teams are allowed.
There is no limit of number of teams from a participating college/institute.
However, members from different branches of the same college/institute are encouraged to
form a team.
Each team would comprise of 4-5 members including the team leader.
The Team Name should be unique and not contain the name of your institute in any form.
College/institute must issue a letter on their letterhead stating the names of the team and
The team leader’s name should be clearly specified in the letter.
The email-ids and mobile numbers of all the team members must be clearly specified at the
time of registration.
After teams are shortlisted, each team will be assigned mentors from an
organization to guide them during the Hackathon.
3. What is the evaluation criteria?
Evaluation criteria will include novelty of the idea, complexity, clarity and details in the
prescribed format, feasibility, practicability, sustainability, scale of impact, user experience and
potential for future work progression.
Intellectual Property (IP) of the idea would belong to the college/institute and the team
members jointly. However, team members will make their product available for free to the
mentoring organization. Selected ideas may need to be further developed so that they can be
productized to make them utilizable for the mentoring organization.