Waiting for the perfect moment ? Here comes "Make-a-thon".
WIE - IEEE GTBIT is organizing Make-a-thon as part of women's week celebrations. Show up your developer's skill and create any application,software or website on the given topic. An opportunity for all to hone their skills and win exciting cash prizes.
Take this moment and make it perfect.
""Project certificate will be awarded to top 3 projects""
Any college students can participate in make-a-thon.
Teams are expected to develop an innovative android app, website or a software on any of the topics mentioned below:
1. Women entrepreneurship.
2. Women rights.
3. Women education.
Rules for submission :
1. Upload your apk of android app and also share github link of the project.
For website, compress your entire project in a rar file and upload it on devpost.
2. Teams must create a presentation showcasing their development and they are required to present the the same using a projector.
$36 in prizes
The first team will be given the cash prize of Rs. 1500 and will be awarded with a Project certificate.
The second team will be given the cash prize of Rs. 1000 and will be awarded with a Project certificate.
Awarded with a Project certificate.
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
How to enter
Register on the following link -
Event link- https://www.facebook.com/events/820351418076553/
Date - 9th & 10th March 2016
Day 1: 9am to 7pm
Day 2: 9am to 3:30pm
Day 2: After 3:30pm judgement time.
Venue- Lab Block , GTBIT
Technical core team
Is the hack technically interesting or difficult? Is it just some lipstick on an API, or were there real technical challenges to surmount? This is the most important criterion that your hack will be judged upon for the general prizes.
Is the hack practical? Is it something people would actually use? Does it fulfill a real need people have?
How you presented innovation to audience? Was the hack working - or at least in a state where the hackers could show off their idea? Keep in mind that the process is important, and that we are judging what happened at the hackathon.
Is the hack usable in its current state? Is the user experience smooth? Does everything appear to work? Is it well designed?
Is the hack more than just another generic social/mobile/local app? Does it do something entirely novel, or atleast take a fresh approach to an old problem?