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The WiT all-Women Hackathon winners develop useful tech solutions for counterfeit drugs, social media rumors and food hygiene

WiT (Women In Technology), India with  focus on increasing gender balance in STEM careers through engagement, enablement and employment, recently announced the results of its The WiT all-Women Hackathon and as expected women Covid warriors aren’t lacking in tech space. The winning solution was from the team from Jio that came up with a solution addressing counterfeiting of drugs in …

Winners of CODE19 Online Hackathon against Coronavirus in India announced

Two engineering students from Kerala bag the first prize of $10,000 for creating a virtual classroom for the millennial generation; The second prize of $5,000 was claimed by six students of Manipal Institute of Technology for enabling remote diagnosis of Covid19 Abhinand C and Shilpa Rajeev, two students from the Government College of Engineering in Kannur, Kerala, have bagged the first prize of $10,000 …

IIM- Kozhikode student led-team develops one-stop COVID-19 platform for accessing Govt Emergency Services

An international team led by an Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode student, Simran Soni, is pioneering a vital digital tool to fight the COVID-19 pandemic of misinformation. The website ‘COVID FYI’ (covidfyi.in) is a one-stop digital directory for all Covid19 related services and help released by official sources. The website aims to bring the right information from the right sources …

Online hackathon against Coronavirus in India: CODE19

Being organized by Motwani Jadeja Foundation (MJF) and its think tank, The Motwani Institute for Thought Leadership in Innovation (MITLI) to help tackle various challenges facing India during or after the COVID19 crisis, CODE19 is expecting  3,000 participants to take part in the online hackathon that will run for 72 hours starting April 10.  Prize money worth US$ 10,000 on offer. …

Smart India Hackathon (SIH Hardware Edition) 2019 underway from 8th – 12th July at 18 locations

KIET Nodal Centre The third edition (Hardware) of Smart India Hackathon 2019 (SIH 19) by union ministry of HRD that commenced on 8th and will conclude on 12th July 2019, is underway at 18 nodal centres in the country.  KIET Group of Institutions, Ghaziabad, which is a nodal centre of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University, Lucknow in North India …

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