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CSE, NMIT, in partnership with Skillenza, present to you the NMIT Hackathon 2018-19. In an age where
technology grows exponentially with time, we, the Department of CSE NMIT, aim to rally the country’s
top coders to present and develop their unique and innovative solutions. In order to short list the
number of teams, our hack will have two online rounds - a team formation round and an ideation round. For the
grand finale at NMIT, the shortlisted teams will be invited to our campus to develop their idea and stand a
chance to win cash prizes worth 50K.

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Round 1 will be the registration and team formation, where the individuals of each team registers
separately online by submitting their details and by confirming their participation in the hackathon
followed by forming their teams on the website.

Round 2 will be an Idea Submission round, where each team comes forward with their own problem
statement and their proposed solution. At this stage, the teams are shortlisted based on novelty,
feasibility and the technology stack of the solution.

Round 3 will be the 24 hour offline hack at NMIT.

The dates are updated in the stages displayed once you register for the Hackathon.


Any college student is eligible for the hack.

Click on the Take Challenge button displayed on this page and you will be guided through the registration process.

There is no theme for the hackathon. All solutions based on any technology/sector will be accepted.

The online rounds, Round 1 and 2, are absolutely free of cost.

There can be upto 4 members in each team.

No, this is an open platform hack. Any software or hardware solution is accepted.

The college will provide WiFi facilities as well as tables, chairs and monitors.

You can find a sample of the format that can be used for idea submission here. Please bear in mind this is only a sample and need not be strictly adhered to.


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