Pre-Hack will be divided into two sections. The first half will be conducted online via HackerRank.The problems are based on Data Structures and Algorithms, and Real-Life Scenarios. The contestants are given 3 hours to submit their solutions.

The second half will consist of a system design-based problem. You will be given a set of use cases and asked to design an architectural report consisting of

  • A High-Level Architecture Diagram
  • Key areas addressed
  • Architectural decisions made
  • Assumptions

The report should be submitted as a pdf document, which can contain a maximum of 2 - 3 pages. The system design-based question will be provided after one hour of the beginning of the pre-hack. Along with the problem statement, the email address for submission will also be provided. The answers for the system design should be submitted via email with the team name as the subject.

Participants have to solve a predefined set of problems for a duration of 3 hours. The top 15 teams from the Pre-Hack will be selected for Final Hackathon. The winning teams would be announced within 2 days.

The final Hackathon will be conducted as a 24-hour hackathon event. The Code of Conduct and the problem statement will be given to the finalists by the organizers and the teams are expected to code a solution. The Contest winners will be selected by a panel of judges.

The registration link will be provided on our website as well as through our social media handle.

The marks are generated according to the judicial board, and the marking criteria would include

  • Predefined marking methodology for the question
  • Bonus marks would be added if the problems are solved creatively and if other teams would have failed and only one survived to achieve.
  • Marks are reviewed by the judging panel and the decision of selecting the top 15 teams would be in the sole hand of the judging panel.

The final marks of the Pre-Hack will be allocated according to the following percentages.

  • HackerRank - 75%
  • System design - 25%

Pre-Hack will be divided into two sections. The first half will be conducted online via HackerRank.The problems are based on Data Structures and Algorithms, and Real-Life Scenarios. The contestants are given 3 hours to submit their solutions.

The second half will consist of a system design-based problem. You will be given a set of use cases and asked to design an architectural report consisting of

  • A High-Level Architecture Diagram
  • Key areas addressed
  • Architectural decisions made
  • Assumptions

The report should be submitted as a pdf document, which can contain a maximum of 2 - 3 pages. The system design-based question will be provided after one hour of the beginning of the pre-hack. Along with the problem statement, the email address for submission will also be provided. The answers for the system design should be submitted via email with the team name as the subject.

The report should be submitted as a pdf document, which can contain a maximum of 2 - 3 pages. The system design-based question will be provided after one hour of the beginning of the pre-hack. Along with the problem statement, the email address for submission will also be provided. The answers for the system design should be submitted via email with the team name as the subject.

Participants have to solve a predefined set of problems for a duration of 3 hours. The top 15 teams from the Pre-Hack will be selected for Final Hackathon. The winning teams would be announced within 2 days.

We will be contacting you through email once you register. For any queries reach us through the email or phone . Follow our Facebook and Twitter handles for regular updates.

Participants are expected to bring their own laptops and chargers and masks. WiFi access points will be provided. As it is going to be an overnight event, bring anything that is necessary.

A team can consist of 2-4 members.

You can reach us through email or phone for any corrections and queries.

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All the participants’ temperatures will be checked upon arrival at the hackathon. There will be enough facilities for participants to sanitize their hands upon their arrival. Sanitizers will be available at the hackathon premises. It is mandatory for the participants to sanitize their hands frequently.

Yes, all the participants’ temperatures will be checked at regular intervals throughout the hackathon.

If any participant shows potential symptoms of COVID-19, the organizing committee will take action and provide the necessary medical facilities.

Yes, the event will be arranged based on that and all the team members are responsible for maintaining social distancing within their teams.

Yes, food and beverages will be provided throughout the event.

Yes.