HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar to inaugurate SMART INDIA HACKATHON 2017

Mumbai: SMART INDIA HACKATHON 2017 is a marathon computer programming challenge where more than 10,000 young innovators picked from engineering and management students from across India will work continuously for 36 hours non-stop to create innovative solutions in the form of mobile and computer applications that would address a social or educational issue. Drawn from 29 institutions, these bright minds shortlisted from among 42,000 students from 2,183 engineering and management colleges and universities from across India, will work in 1,266 teams nonstop to build products based on their ideas across 26 locations in India. Their creative energy will be harnessed to solve 598 serious problem statement shared by 29 ministries and departments with HRD Ministry.

WeSchool is privileged to be the only B School in Maharashtra among the 26 institutes chosen across the country as nodal centers. Here, 32 teams from institutes across India will converge to solve the 17 problem statements given by Dept. of Atomic Energy like : Personal radiation dosage calculator, Digital Public Outreach Platform For Nuclear Energy, Personnel Identification System, Software for Face Recognition out of CCTV footages, Cyber Attacks Threat Map, Need of a software for Radiation dose monitoring, Blood bank App ,Hospital Patient Information system on App ( for Tata Memorial), a Cancer Staging and Management App (for Tata Memorial) ,GPS mapping of resources for Crisis management and others.