Registrations Starting from 10th June 2021
Innovate, Build and Deploy
Innovation Incubation and Entrepreneurship cell, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, WCE ACM Student Chapter, Walchand College of Engineering, Sangli(WCE) is pleased to invite you to participate in 4th edition of WCE Hackathon at Walchand College of Engineering, Sangli. WCE Hackathon’18 was the first hackathon ever organized in Southern Maharashtra. This year it aims to provide even greater platform for the young developers across the country to nurture their ideas and build something innovative for good of the community. Event is designed for 48 hours, from 9th to 11th July 2021.
It will be an open platform application development and it will be on the participating team’s discretion whether to develop a web application or mobile application or any kind of software for any idea under provided domains.
Registered teams need to submit an abstract
of their project based on one of the given themes.
Strictly follow abstract
Shortlisted teams will develop the project in this development period of 48 hours.
Submission will be in the form of video, link to git repo, deployed version
(not mandatory). Additional 4 hours will be provided to submit a video
explaining the project and demonstration of the product built.
Teams will be asked about their progress, twice during the period by the judges and
volunteers through video conferencing.
Shortlisted teams will have a final presentation and Q/A session
with the judges in presence of all finale teams.
New to coding? 🚀Kickstart your hackathons journey in Novice track with our Mentors.
Only a team of all first academic year students can choose to apply in Novice track. Teams in novice track that registered on or before June 14, 2021 will be eligible for mentor allotment.
Teams with 1 or more members from 2nd, 3rd or 4th academic year will be considered in Expert Track.
Although the level of technology in healthcare is at an all-time high, there is still immense potential to use technology to automate daily operative processes and tasks.
Data processing for hospitals, Virtual health assistant, Remote patient examination, Health Technology in Rural Areas, GPS Monitoring for Ambulances are some potential projects under this theme.
The education system continues to face multiple challenges in terms of the quality and delivery of education.Tech-based solutions can bridge the gap in learning and streamline the education system.
It has been quite a while of Fin-Tech being in limelight and widely used however, the scope for improvement and advancements still prevails.
Expense management (personal finance), Investment guidance and services, loan lending, fast and secured payment gateways, online banking, insurance management are some of the areas that could be worked upon. Other such ideas are welcome too.
Eliminating physical contact and avoiding crowds in daily activities is the need of the hour. The need and scope of work in this field is ever increasing in the period of the pandemic.
Even the existing solutions have a huge scope of improvement. Contactless offline shopping, virtual cloth trials, crowd management in public places are some domains that can be worked on.
Being digitally surrounded, but still remaining secure and private has become a pronounced need now. There always exist loopholes in the systems that are cashed to take away data integrity and security.
The domain expects potential projects that could safeguard security during surfing, systems that identify and eliminate suspicious or potentially hazardous programs, safety layers during online transactions, and other such tools that complement cybersecurity.