About Hackathon

Mumbai Startup Fest Hackathon takes you on a new voyage of the hack with talented teams of developers, designers, and data scientists solving the biggest problems of Mumbai.

The world is evolving at a fast pace. Mumbai is one of the most busiest cities in the world with more than 1.8 crore citizens no wonder buying a car is easier, but driving it isn’t. With MSF Hackathon, we are trying to solve small and big problems with simple ideas and execution by the students and young startups.

While Mumbai’s Infrastructure lags behind in using advanced technology, there is a great prospect and aspiration among Mumbaikars to bring the city in line with the rest of the world. MSF Hackathon is one such place where deterministic young minds come together to render smooth solutions to its customers, making their experience hassle-free.

This 16-hour long hackathon focuses on the everyday problem of the city from traveling, food, sewage, education and much more as it relates to developing the city of the future. It blends innovation with creativity and constructs solutions to the problems in the areas such as the economic travel options, customers survey complaints, customers experience, travel and tourism, software and API, IOT and robotics and marketing, making your experience peerless and one of a kind.

Team up with us on this unique and exciting journey on 10th – 11th March, 2018.


Schedule

10 – 11 March, 2018

Event

Jury


Challenges

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Rules & Regulations

The registrations are open until March 7th and the shortlisted applicants will be announced on or before 9th March.

By entering this Contest, you agree to be bound by these Official Contest Rules.

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  • This is a team or individual participation hackathon. 1 member and at most 5 members in each team.
  • You are expected to come up with new and innovative ideas, any idea that has been copied from somewhere will be disqualified.
  • Your hack must be developed entirely during the Hackathon duration. You may use open source libraries and other freely available systems/services such as Google Maps, Facebook Connect, Twitter feeds etc.
  • Once the hackathon ends, you will get an option to submit your hack – A fully working demo and Presentation (Only PDF format) which explains – Idea & its Impact.
  • Teams shortlisted by the judges on the basis of their overall performance during hackathon will proceed to the pitching round. Judges decision will be final.

Venue