SIH 2018

Impact SIH 2018

our Reach

27

 

Ministries & Departments

17

 

State Government

1Lakhs+

 

Technical students reached

4

 

Nationwide Leadership sessions

10

 

Nationwide Training sessions

Nationwide phenomenal response

340

 

Problem Statement

12047

 

Ideas

1315

 

Institutions

28

 

Nodal Center

50

 

Evaluators

100000+

 

Students

Grand Finale

1296

 

Nationwide Finalist Teams selected

40+

 

Team Competing in each Ministries

108

 

Winners

28

 

Persistent Inspiration Award

23

 

Deloite Innovation Award

28

 

KPIT Inspiration Award

To promote PM's vision of Digital India, developing digital literacy and making development a comprehensive mass movement, MHRD, AICTE, i4c and Persistent system successfully organized the second edition of Smart India Hackathon 2018. The initiative was a huge success in the entire nation.

winners - sih 2018 software

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What leaders say

PM Narendra Modi addresses Smart India Hackathon 2018

Inauguration of Smart India Hackathon 2018 by Sh Prakash Javadekar, Hon'ble Minister HRD

SIH 2018

Themes

No problem is too big... No idea is too small

Agriculture

Designing devices keeping in mind the need to enhance the primary sector of India – Agriculture.

Commerce and Finance

Generating ideas and solutions that will simplify and ease the task in the commercial and financial field.

Communication

Creating smart devices to improve communication quality.

Defence

Designing devices that would help in managing the defence.

Education and career

Innovative ideas that will improve the education quality as well as the career opportunity in India.

Environment

Innovative ideas that help manage environment and sources more efficiently.

Food

Creating state of art solutions to manage and process our agriculture produce.

Health

Designing devices that would help in managing healthcare better.

I and B

Creating devices to improve the Information and broadcast sector of the country.

Information Technology

Generating optimal solutions in the field of IT.

Power

Providing outputs that will lead to feasible consumption of power, high efficiency and power management.

Railway

Creating intelligent devices for the betterment of the Indian railway system.

Roads and Highways

Creating intelligent devices to improve commutation facilities, quality of travel experience and overall travel safety features hardware.

Science

Developing and coming up with ideas and innovations leading to the betterment of science.

Skill Development

Encouraging people to learn new skills by developing applications on improving the skill rate.

Social Justice

Developing and coming up with ideas and innovations associated to social justice.

Space

Working on models on/for space based technology/field.

Statistics

Creating smart techniques to simplify the work on large datasets.

Student Innovation

Innovative appliances and applications developed by students that are optimal to use.

Tribal Development

Designing devices for the betterment of the tribal population.

Urban Development

Designing devices for the betterment of the urban population.

Water

Creating state-of-the-art devices to improve distribution, management and purification of water.

Mr. Prakash Javadekar

Hon'ble Minister of HRD

Chief Patron

Smart India Hackathon 2018

Mr. K K Sharma

Hon'ble Secretary

Ministry of HRD

Patron, Smart India Hackathon 2018

Prof. Anil Sahasrabudhe

Chairman, AICTE

Chairman, Organizing Committee

Smart India Hackathon 2018

Dr. Anand Deshpande

Chairman and MD, Persistent Systems

Co-Chairman, Organizing Committee

Smart India Hackathon 2018

Mr. R Subrahmanyam

Additional Secretary MHRD

Smart India Hackathon 2018

Dr. Vinay Sahasrabuddhe

Director General

Rambhau Mhalgi Prabodhini

Mentor, Smart India Hackathon 2018

Dr. Arun Jamkar

President, i4C

Dr. Abhay Jere

Secretary, Organizing Committee

Smart India Hackathon 2018

Dr. Madhavan Mukund

President, i4C

Mr. Vivek Kulkarni

Secretary

Smart India Hackathon 2018

Chief Architect, Persistent Systems.

Mr. R. Venkatesh

Member

Smart India Hackathon 2018

R & D Head, TCS

Mr. R. Venkateswaran

Member

Smart India Hackathon 2018

SVP Engineering, Accelerite

Mr. Adesh Gokhale

Member

Smart India Hackathon 2018

Executive Director, Purnartha

Mr. Gireendra Kasmalkar

Member

Smart India Hackathon 2018

Founder Director, Ideas to Impacts Innovations Pvt Ltd

Mr. Mahesh Lalge

Member

Smart India Hackathon 2018

Senior Director, Niyuj Enterprise Software Solutions Ltd

Mr. Ajey Gotkhindikar

Member

Smart India Hackathon 2018

KPIT Technologies

Dr. Siddhalinga Swamy

Member

Smart India Hackathon 2018

Director, AICTE

Ms. Disha Singh

Convener

Smart India Hackathon 2018

Peristent Systems/i4C

The Supporters of SIH 2018 - Software Edition

Organizers

Social Media Partners

Communication Partner

Partners

Media Partners

PARTICIPATING CENTRAL MINISTRIES AND

DEPARTMENTS

  • AICTE
  • Ministry of AYUSH
  • Ministry of Coal
  • Ministry of Electronics and information technology
  • Ministry of Environment, Forest and climate change
  • Ministry of Health and family welfare
  • Ministry of HRD
  • DIPP, Ministry of commerce and industry
  • Ministry of Information and broadcasting
  • Ministry of Power
  • Ministry of Railways
  • Ministry of Road Transport and highway
  • Ministry of skill development and entrepreneurship
  • Ministry of statistics and programme inplementation
  • Ministry of Tribal affairs
  • Ministry of urban development
  • Ministry of Water resources, river development, Ganga rejuvenation
  • Ministry of women and child development
  • Student Innovation
  • Council of scientific and industrial research (CSIR)
  • Department of commerce, ministry of commerce and industry
  • Ministry of defence production, Ministry of defence
  • Department of empowerment of persons with disability, ministry of social justice and empowerment
  • Department of Food and Public Distribution, Ministry of consumer affairs
  • Department of post, Ministry of State of Communication
  • Department of Space(ISRO)
  • Department of telecommunication, Ministry of communication
  • ICAR, Ministry of agriculture

PARTICIPATING STATE MINISTRIES AND

DEPARTMENTS

  • Government of Andhra pradesh
  • Government of Arunachal pradesh
  • Government of Assam
  • Government of Chandigarh
  • Government of Pondicherry
  • Government of Chattisgarh
  • Government of Delhi
  • Government of Goa
  • Government of Gujarat
  • Government of Kerala
  • Government of Maharashtra
  • Government of Punjab
  • Government of Sikkim
  • Government of Tamil Nadu
  • Government of Telangana
  • Union Territory of Andaman and Nicobar Islands.