HackJaipur is a community-focused virtual Hackathon, designed especially for the needs of the communities, with problem statements centered around the community itself. Whether you are a beginner or an expert, here is the perfect chance to hone and show your skills and witness the competitive yet inclusive developer community around you!
In light of the COVID-19 outbreak, your safety and well-being are our primary concerns. Hence, all the activities related to HackJaipur like workshops, talks, and presentations will also be conducted online/virtually.
Jaipur has been always the mother of traditional communities even before the civilizations started.
HackJaipur follows the same culture and seeks for different solutions to various issues the tradition face from time to time. HackJaipur represents the cultural integrity and bond of our tradition.
We didn't start HackJaipur to simply conduct a Hackathon but to make people aware of our community's issues and solutions that exist currently.
HackJaipur is an Online Hackathon, which means it provides you the opportunity to participate directly from your Home, no fuss of going here and there.
Ample Goodies and Swags for every participant.
Prizes worth 60,000 INR.
You will learn how to work remotely and handle multiple things. Perhaps, a golden opportunity to connect with like-minded participants.
For HackJaipur, your project need not be focused on solely one track, it could be an amalgamation of several tracks. These tracks have been chosen on the basis of the problems we all are facing in community building, and how technology can be utilized in such cases.
You can form teams of 2 to 4 people. Most teams aim to have a mix of people with both design and developer skills. Remember we won't accept project submissions from individual applicants.
We have an active Telegram Group for communication where you can ask for help.
For the complete schedule, visit https://schedule.hackjaipur.com
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