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Government of Rajasthan (GoR) is organizing Hackathon 2017. The state government recognizes the power of creative thinkers in wealth creation and empowerment of technology. We are committed to create a comprehensive ecosystem where innovators would grow, prosper and form a significant part of the mainstream economy.

Rajasthan Hackathon 2017 is one of its kind initiatives for the promotion of Information Technology and eGovernance. The purpose of Hackathon is to give a platform to enterprising youth, startups & entrepreneurs across the nation and use their out-of-the-box thinking on Bhamashah, e-Mitra, Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things, AR/VR and Blockchain.

The event will be honored by the presence of dignitaries of Government of India and Government of Rajasthan; officers of Government of Rajasthan, specifically Department of Industries, BIP, Finance Department, Department of Information Technology & Communication; IT industrialists and members of Rajasthan Venture Capital fund.

What are the key takeaways?

Opportunity to work on platforms like Bhamashah, e-Mitra, Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things, AR/VR and Blockchain.

The top three winning teams will earn a contract with Department of Information Technology & Communication, Government of Rajasthan worth Rs.15 Lacs, Rs.10 Lacs and Rs.7.5 Lacs. Along with this, the participants would also be nominated for 10 other prize categories which would include exciting prizes like tablet, ipad, cell phones and many more.

Please note that it is mandatory to fill in this form , without which your participation will not be considered.


Artificial Intelligence

AI is taking roots in our everyday lives in a very subtle way. Machine’s ability to “think” like a human is the core philosophy behind Artificial Intelligence. It is a way of making a computer or a software think in the same manner as we humans do.

With the help of AI, machine-learning technologies are increasing the productivity like never before. From workflow management tools to trend analysi...

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Internet of Things

A world of devices connected by internet opens up opportunities for us that were previously unthinkable. The fact that devices can now be connected to each other, share data and take intelligent decisions by talking to other devices can disrupt the way we interact with our surroundings. Build applications on Internet of Things that help us improve our experience in our day to day life.

Augmented Reality / Virtual Reality

In 2017, we would see the emergence of mixed reality, which combines AR and VR to completely immerse users into a world where they can summon holograms. The devices that create mobile virtual or augmented reality experiences, are showing up in places other than labs and gaming centers.

Virtual reality is a technology that allows a user to perceive and interact with a simulated environment. The env...

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Bhamashah Scheme, initiated in 2008 by Smt Vasundhara Raje, was the first Direct Benefit Transfer programme in India. Along with its key objective of DBT, the scheme also focuses on women empowerment and financial inclusion.

The Bhamashah Scheme recognizes family as a unit and ‘lady of the house’ as the head of the family. The Bhamashah family card and the bank account are made in the name of the ...

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e-Mitra is delivering its objective as a common service centre (CSC) by providing 290+ services to the citizens across 33 districts of Rajasthan. e-Mitra kiosks act as a liaison between the government and citizens.

e-Mitra offers 290+ services through 40,000+ e-Mitra kiosks across the state which makes it the largest service delivery network in India. e-Mitra caters various services like bill pay...

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Blockchain is a distributed database that maintains information/order/records called blocks. The data is constantly growing, so a ‘completed block’ is linked with a new block with fresh information. Each new set of block contains a timestamp and references and identifies the previous block by a hashing function, forming an unbroken chain.

Blockchains are secure by design as they are inherently res...

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Prizes INR Rs 32,50,000 in prizes

The three best solution providing teams shall be given an opportunity to work with Department of Information Technology and Communication (DoIT&C) and earn an entry project.

The awards shall not just benefit the winners financially, but also provide them an entry to the industry with a Government project experience which would benefit them in future endeavors.

Main Prizes
First prize- Project
INR 15,00,000

Project by Department of Information Technology and Communication (DoIT&C)

Second Prize - Project
INR 10,00,000

Project by Department of Information Technology and Communication (DoIT&C)

Third Prize - Project
INR 7,50,000

Project by Department of Information Technology and Communication (DoIT&C)

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