Last updated on March 25, 2020
FICC FLO Pune chapter mentioned it conceived this concept and that the hackathon has now garnered assist from the Ministry of Electronics and IT, MEITY Startup Hub (MSH) (Govt of India), Maharashtra State Innovation Society (MSIS) & Ministry of Skill and Entrepreneurship, Storage48, Accelerate Estonia, Science and Technology Park, Pune (Ministry of Science and Technology, Govt of India initiative) and APJ Abdul Kalam Centre, Robotex International (India Initiative)
Interested candidates want to consider all the issues attributable to COVID-19 that they want to clear up, put collectively a workforce or play solo.
Participation is open to all Indians staying in India or abroad and one can take part solo or type a workforce. The concept submission hyperlink is lively for 72 hours up to Wednesday 25th March, 2020.
The high 300 groups will likely be mentored by an professional Indian and an EU panel at each step online over a 48-hour Hackathon from 27th – 29th March. The high three concepts will get a money prize up to Rs one lakh and the highest 15 finalists will characterize India on the world ‘Hack the Crisis – World’.
The Science and Technology Park, India & Startup + Accelerate Estonia will incubate winner fashions as working prototype applied globally as an efficient resolution for serving to fight this pandemic.
“A sincere reach out to all responsible citizens, let us awake our ideating spirit, promote and be innovative and use our time effectively,” mentioned
Ritu Chhabria, chairperson, FLO Pune chapter and the individual behind the hackathon.