In the Technical Education Quality Improvement Programme Phase III meeting held at Noida on Thursday, state universities representatives and 70 private colleges were asked to encourage students to participate in Smart India Hackathon 2018.
The engineering students in Noida and Ghaziabad are asked to participate in "Smart India Hackathon 2018" by Dec 15 which provides students to exhibit their knowledge and valuable inputs to the "Digital India" initiative.
Second Revision of Digital Initiative:
This event is the second revision of Digital Initiative where thousands of techies will be directly engaged with 45 ministries and their respective departments to challenge them to create digital solutions, provide efficiency, plug revenue leakages and corruption.
Dr Vinay Pathak, vice chancellor of AKTU (Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Techinal University), said that he will engourage all students of AKTU affliated institutes to apply for the Hackathon competition and showcase their talent at the national level. Institues are advised to share the details of the event with the students.