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    The Hackathon is best described as a "marathon of innovation." Anyone interested in technology attends a hackathon to learn, build, and share their creations. You don't have to be a programmer, and you certainly don't have to be a major in computer science. The Hackathon's primary objective is to inspire innovation and create solutions out of the box. It's a perfect place to collaborate with new people, come up with creative, ground-breaking ideas, and learn emerging technologies..

    Anyone interested in working on the challenge of digital technology or design is welcome to apply. No matter if you're a geek, a designer, or a businessman or none of the above, if you want to take part in one of our Hac'KP activities. The Hackathon is open to those involved in technology and creativity and who have an innovative concept or other ideas to build within the framework of the suggested challenges.

    Don't wait a minute to apply. We are looking for a really heterogeneous squad. All have a fair chance of being accepted! You will take part in a hackathon in groups of a minimum of two and a maximum of 5 participants. Hackathon registration is open to individuals aged 18 years or older.

    Participants need to mandatorily submit a YouTube link of a one-minute short video (YouTube Unlisted Video) that describes why he/she want to participate in Hac'KP. The video should be an unedited version recorded exclusively for the Hac'KP registration and should be very simple. Any deviation from this requirement will lead to the disqualification or rejection from the Hackathon.

    Unlisted Video Publishing instructions: Click Here

    No, absolutely not! Registration is free, and the necessary infrastructures like GIT Repo, Cloud Instance will be provided.

    You will have the opportunity to hear various ideas from other participants, so you can determine which idea is of interest to you and join a team.

    If you already have a team that is absolutely well and good. You can mention the other team members' details during the submission of the registration form.

    If you don't have one, there will be an opportunity to Team Up during the event

    You can contribute your ideas if you don't feel comfortable with coding and team up with the participants who have coding skills.

    Okay, that's usual. Many people have no idea until they get to the case. But once you start talking to others, you might come up with something. You can even collaborate on their concept with someone else if you want it. Don't worry about it, you're going to find something to work on.

    Visit and submit your nomination.

    The judging panel includes experts from various technologies and domains relevant to the hackathon challenges.

    The jury must review and judge all the works submitted by the team in compliance with the the top performance parameters such as Concept, Design, Development, Scalability, and Presentation.

    Build safer and smarter solutions for future policing.

    The top 3 teams will be receiving the awards.

      1st Prize: 5 lakhs INR
      2nd Prize: 2.5 lakhs INR
      3rd Prize: 1 lakh INR

      7 to 19 July 2020 – Registration and Idea submission
      19 to 31 July 2020 – Team Formation and Discussions
      1 to 9 August 2020 – Development and Code submission
      10 & 11 August 2020 – Initial Solution Screening
      13 & 14 August 2020 – Final Evaluation and Live Streaming
      15 August 2020 – Hac'KP Summit & Awards 2020 Function

    Kerala Police organize Hac'KP. The IPR of Idea and work belongs to Kerala Police.

    Yeah, we do, and that's really important to us. Here you can find this:

    The entire idea need not be fully implemented beforehand, however, it will be helpful to have your idea sufficiently ready, such that it can be uploaded to the Hac’KP repo. The submission shall be functional so that it can be ported onto the online platform and demonstrated for review by the judges.
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