Fliplearn, an e-learning platform, has announced a virtual 24 hour Hackathon competition for students and engineers to showcase their talent and creativity in developing innovative solutions in the education domain.
The virtual event will take place from 17 October 2020 from 10 am onwards. On 17 October, all admitted teams will get 24 hours to build creative solutions to the problems through coding, programming, design, data etc. The goal of the event is to build the future of education using technology.
The competition is open for students of class 9 to 12, engineering students and engineering professionals.
Hackathon 2020 aims to provide an open platform for students to showcase their skills in technology to solve problems in education domain and to build a vision towards the future of learning.
Hackathon 2020 is categorised into two categories. Category one includes students from class 9 to 12; and category two includes students and professionals from engineering. The winner from category one will be rewarded prizes worth Rs 30K along with a certificate of appreciation, free prime subscription and Fliplearn goodies.
The winner from category two will be rewarded with prizes worth Rs 30K along with a certificate of appreciation, Fliplearn goodies and an opportunity for a ‘Job Interview’ directly with Parul Jain, CTO, Fliplearn. Fliplearn will recognise the efforts of all the participants with a certificate of participation.
The Judges for the events are Divya Lal, Founder and MD, Fliplearn; Parul Jain, CTO, Fliplearn; and Sarat Chandra, Director, Doon Public School and Franchisee chain.
Speaking about the Hackathon, Divya Lal said, “The ongoing pandemic has demonstrated the value of technology to our society in a far deeper way than ever before. At Fliplearn, we think it is more important than ever to foster a culture of technology-led innovation among our children. What can be more critical than the education domain for students to apply themselves and look for technology-led solutions to some of the most pressing problems and gap areas. One doesn’t need to be master’s in technology – skills like coding, designing, programming along with enthusiasms and energy and fresh perspective is all that is needed to win the competition”.
Registration for the competition is free.
Last date for submission of entries is 9 October 2020.
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