An open innovation Hackathon organised by Beta Labs, the technical club of IIIT Kottayam.
- Should be a current student of IIIT Kottayam.
- Team size must be 1-4 students.
- Should use college mail ID to register for the event. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Should be really enthusiastic about building things and having fun. (this one is the most important.)
Teams are expected to submit the link of their project’s GitHub repository, and a project demonstration video link that is publicly viewable (For example video uploaded on youtube, or on drive).
There must be a clear description of the project that includes: Inspiration, What the project does, Challenges faced, Things learnt, How you built the project and what’s next planned for the project if given more time.
The project must have a README.md file in the GitHub repo which includes the project description mentioned above.
Video pitch/demonstration must be between 1-4 minutes.
- While uploading the project, add your teammates as a contributor to the project, to submit it as a team.
₹ 9,500 in prizes
The team that gets the first position as evaluated by the judges.
The team that gets the second position as evaluated by the judges.
The team that gets the third position as evaluated by the judges.
The Fresh Project
The best project by an all-freshers team.
Girlscript Prize of Code
The best project by a team with at least 2 girls.
Sometimes Looks Matter
The project with the best UI/UX design.
The project with the best video pitch.
The Lone Warrior
The best project made by a one-person team, i.e. solo participant.
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
Dr. Arun Cyril
Dr. Victer Paul
Dr. Ebin Deni Raj
Creativity and Uniqueness
Is your idea unique and has it come to your mind first?
Degree of implementation
How successfully were you able to convert your idea to product?
How rich is your product in terms of the features it provides?
Were you able to sell your idea in 2-3 minutes short video?
How accessible, i.e. easy to use, is your product for your target audience?
Does your product solve an actual real world problem?
Evaluation would include but not limited to the criteria mentioned above.