Hackathon

WHAT

While the 12th Five Year Plan endeavors to change India, we invite you to help us change the way we see the vision for the nation. Hack the Plan over a 2-day period, create out-of-this-world visualizations of the future, tell the next big story in a myriad ways and build apps to fuel the change.

SECTORS

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AGENDA

12th Five Year Plan Hackathon

6th & 7th April, 2013

Day 1 – 6th April
1.0 Address by Mr Montek Singh Ahluwalia

Deputy Chairman, Planning Commission
1100 – 1115 IST
2.0 Address by Mr Sam Pitroda

Adviser to PM on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
1115 – 1125 IST
3.0 Presentation on the Hackathon 1125 – 1135 IST
4.0 Address by Head of the Institution 1135 – 1140 IST
  Break: Participants start working on their entries  
5.0 Sector Specific Interactions (Parallel sessions)

Macroeconomic Framework: 1400-1500

Urban Development: 1500-1600
Education & Skill Development: 1500-1600
Water & Environment: 1500-1600

Agriculture & Rural Development: 1600-1700
Health: 1600-1700
Energy: 1600-1700

1400 – 1700 IST
  Break: Participants work on their entries  
Day 2 – 7th April
6.0 Submissions close 1200 IST
7.0 Judging and evaluation 1400 – 1700 IST
8.0 Prize distribution 1700 – 1800 IST

INDICATIVE LIST OF TOOLS YOU MAY USE FOR CREATING YOUR PROJECTS

Disclaimer :- Only examples, not to be considered as endorsements

CATEGORY : VISUALIZATION

The following are some of the software you may use to create your infographics and posters –

CATEGORY : SHORT FILMS

The following are some of the tools you may use to edit your videos –

CATEGORY : MOBILE AND WEB APPLICATIONS

The following are some of the tools you may use to create Web and Mobile Applications –

OTHER TOOLS YOU MAY REQUIRE

The following are just some tools you may need to create any of your projects –

WHAT EXACTLY IS THE 12TH FIVE YEAR PLAN?

The 12th Plan sets the vision for the next five years of growth. It is a document which advises the Government (Centre and State) on initiatives which will improve all walks of life. From education to environment and from water to space, you name it we have it in the Plan.

WHAT IS THE HACKATHON?

It is a two-day event. Join your supreme innovative skills with your knowledge of the 12th Five Year Plan and create visualizations, short films or applications which will blow us away. You’re welcome to submit more than one entry in any category or in multiple categories.

In the first two categories (visualizations and short films) you will need to visualize the benefits of the Plan and communicate the benefit.

In the third category (web/mobile apps/edutainment games) you may create apps which will support the initiatives outlined in the Plan or educate about the focus area of the plan.

Here are a few examples:

Category: Visualizations

Here are some examples of what infographics could look like. Here is an example of the infographic on Wildlife (Tigers in India).


For full image visit: http://www.greenfudge.org/2012/03/30/tiger-lives-and-lifeline-arrives-online/

Category: Short Films

The following videos are good examples of what a short film may be like. You may look at them as references for your own video attempt.

Some short films for as a references
S.no. Title of Film Links
1 KshayaRog: NayeeDavayen, NayeeChunatiyanNayeeAshayen http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=leikMlsSKS0 
2 Journey http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2kHVy9IyzOs 
3 The Need of New Drugs for TB: The Loss http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-JOnW1289q4 
4 Vedanta Creating Happiness Ad Film TVC http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TWOwat5FO00 
5 Beyond the Yellow Boat https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=4050772595396&set=vb.390332947672289&type=2&theater 

Category: Mobile Applications

As examples of applications (web/mobile), you may take a look at the Mobile Government Channel, which is the extension of eGovernment to mobile platforms here http://mgov.gov.in/home.jsp 

Disclaimer - "(only examples, not to be considered as endorsements)"

WHAT SECTORS SHOULD WE FOCUS ON?

  • Macroeconomic Framework
  • Agriculture and Rural Development
  • Education and Skill Development
  • Energy
  • Environment
  • Health
  • Urban Development

You can get more information about these sectors at http://planningcommission.gov.in/hackathon/  

WHO IS ORGANIZING THIS HACKATHON?

The Hackathon is being organized by the National Innovation Council and Planning Commission in collaboration with partners.

WHO CAN PARTICIPATE IN THIS EVENT?

Anyone can! Maximum number of participants per team is 4. We suggest you form teams with people from different professional and educational backgrounds such as students, professionals, public servants etc.

CAN I SUBMIT MORE THAN ONE ENTRY?

Yes, you can submit more than one entry in any or multiple categories.

CAN I BE IN MORE THAN ONE TEAM?

No, you can participate in this event only in one team.

CAN I PARTICIPATE ONLINE AS WELL AS ON LOCATION?

No, you can either participate online or at a location.

I DON’T KNOW MUCH ABOUT THE PLAN. HOW CAN I PARTICIPATE?

You will be provided good sources of information to quickly grasp the contents and the vision of the plan. Alternatively, you could post your query on the FB Hackathon discussion page (https://www.facebook.com/events/429077687178738/) and we will respond.

WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR OUR TRAVEL EXPENSES?

Unfortunately, we cannot reimburse you for your travel or any other expenses and that cost shall have to be borne by you.

CAN I SUBMIT ALREADY DEVELOPED WORK AS AN ENTRY?

No. Previously developed content is not permitted.

CAN I REGISTER ON THE SPOT?

No. Registrations close midnight 4th April.

HOW DO I PARTICIPATE?

The participants to do the following

  1. Register on our website (Registration process and details given separately in the “Resources” section). Registrations close at midnight 4th April.
  2. Read through the ‘Resources’ section thoroughly. You may also post any queries on our FB Event page ( https://www.facebook.com/events/429077687178738/ ).
  3. Reach the centres by 10:00 a.m.
  4. Bring your laptops, stationary and any electronic equipment such as video equipment, camera etc. required to complete your project.
  5. Bring a copy of your confirmation email containing your Team-ID without which you will not be allowed to participate in the event. In case you haven’t received the confirmation mail, please contact the Hackathon team at hacktheplan[at]gmail[dot]com with relevant details.

WHAT IF I CANNOT MAKE IT TO THE CENTRE?

In case you cannot make it, you will forfeit your participation in the event. So, don’t miss it.

WHAT WILL HAPPEN TO MY SUBMISSION AFTER THE EVENT?

All valid submissions (deemed valid by the panel of judges) will be made available online on www.data.gov.in post the event.

All visualizations/short film submissions will be made available under the Creative Commons CC BY-SA. Please refer to the Terms and Conditions page for more details.

All apps (mobile/web based and edutainment) will be made available under the GNU General Public License. Please refer to the Terms and Conditions page for more details.

WHAT ARE THE PRIZES?

Please refer to the “Prizes to be won” page.

WHERE IS THIS EVENT BEING ORGANIZED?

WHERE CAN WE FIND FOOD AND BEVERAGES?

Tea, Coffee and Water are available for sale at the venue and the canteens/food stalls/cafés in and around the institute will be open during the entire duration of the event.

WHERE WILL I STAY DURING THE EVENT?

The purpose of this Hackathon is to let your creative juices flow through the rigorous 31 hour event. Hence, no formal accommodation is being provided at the centres. Feel free to use our comfortable tables and chairs to create makeshift beds when you need them!

I AM AN ONLINE PARTICIPANT. WHERE CAN I ACCESS THE RESOURCES ABOUT THE PLAN?

All the resources are available online. Also, all sessions with experts on the Plan will be webcast live as per the schedule which will be shared on the 6th of April. Please refer to the “Agenda for the Event” page for more information.

WHEN IS THE EVENT?

The event is on the 6th and 7th of April, 2013. Please see the “Agenda for the Event” page for more information.

WHEN DO WE HAVE TO REPORT?

You need to report to the scene of your registered institute by 10:00a.m. on the 6th of April. Online participants please be at the ready by 10:45 a.m.

WHEN DOES THE EVENT BEGIN?

The event begins at 11:00 a.m. sharp

WHEN DOES IT GET OVER?

For the physical locations, the event ends with the Presentation Ceremony. For online participants, the event closes with the submission of entries at 01:00pm on the 7th. Winners among the online participants will be intimated a week after the event.

WHEN DO THE RESULTS GET ANNOUNCED?

At physical locations, the results will be announced at the end of the event. Please see “Agenda for the Event” for more details.

For online participants, the results will be announced a week after the competition is closed.

WHEN DOES THE ONLINE PARTICIPATION OPEN?

Online participation opens simultaneously with physical locations i.e. at 11:00 am on 6th April.

WHEN IS THE SUBMISSION DEADLINE?

The deadline for submission is 01:00 p.m. on the 7th of April, which is same for both physical location and online participants.

HOW MANY PEOPLE CAN BE PART OF MY TEAM?

A maximum of 4 people can be on your team.

HOW WILL MY ENTRY BE JUDGED?

The participating teams at each location will make a 2/3-minute-presentation/pitch to a panel of judges between 02:00pm-05:00pm on the 7th of April. The judges will decide the winning entries in each category.

HOW WILL MY ENTRY BE JUDGED FOR ONLINE PARTICIPANTS?

Post the event, all entries will be judged separately and the winners will be intimated via email. The judging criteria for online participants will be the same as our physical locations.

HOW DO I REACH THE CENTRE?

For more information, see the “Location Info” page.

CAN I REGISTER ON THE SPOT?

You cannot register for the event on the spot. Please register online before Registration closes.

WILL THERE BE INTERNET CONNECTION AT THE LOCATION?

We are trying our best to give you good connectivity at our centers, however, you we advise you to make arrangements for going online.

HOW DO I SUBMIT MY ENTRIES?

Please see our “How to submit your entry” page for more information.

Everybody has a story to tell and every story presents a unique message. We believe there are many such messages you could help us uncover, along with your amazing skills in storytelling, by being our “Event Journalists”.Have a query on this, post it here: http://www.facebook.com/groups/173865109433957/ ;

You’ll have to be present at one of the 11 participating locations on 6th and 7th April 2013. Feel the buzz around you, immerse yourself in the enthusiasm of the participants and capture the memorable moments! In return, you might just get an opportunity to chat with one of the best story tellers India has: the man who gave us a Masoom and a Bandit Queen with the same ease – Padmashri Shekhar Kapur.

What is UnCover?

UnCover is a competition which is being undertaken parallel to our Hackathon, where we invite you to come to our centres during our event, interact with our competitors, get to know our inspiration and theirs and write about it!

Who is organizing UnCover?

UnCover, like the Hackathon, is the brainchild of the National Innovation Council and the Planning Commission.

When and where is this competition being held?

Since your job will be to cover the event, please take a look at the “Agenda for the event” Page. You will obviously have to be present at the location physically to cover it. Please see the “Location Info” page for more information.

Who can participate in this?

Anyone can! There is no restriction of age or profession if you are enthusiastic about our event and would like a chance to see it up close. Be out event reporters!

Is this a team event or an individual event?

This is entirely up to you. You may choose to have a team or be a single reporter, but there should be no more than 3 people per team.

How to participate?

  1. Register on our website (Registration process and details given separately in the “Resources” section). Registrations close at midnight 4th April.
  2. Read through the ‘Resources’ section thoroughly. You may also post any queries on our FB Event page ( www.facebook.com/events/429077687178738/ ;).
  3. Reach the centres by 10:00 a.m.
  4. Bring your laptops, stationary and any electronic equipment such as video equipment, camera etc. required to complete your project.
  5. Bring a copy of your confirmation email containing your Team-ID without which you will not be allowed to participate in the event. In case you haven’t received the confirmation mail, please contact the Hackathon team at hacktheplan[at]gmail[dot]com with relevant details.

What do I create?

You may participate by reaching the event centres at the assigned time and jumping into action head on! The ways in which you can UnCover this event are –

  1. Live Tweeting
  2. Blog the event
  3. Photo story
  4. Video Story

What are the prizes?

The top two stories in each category from around the country will get a chance to Hangout (on Google) with one of the most premier story tellers of this country, Mr. Shekhar Kapur. In addition you will also receive certificates of appreciation from Advisor to Prime Minister, Mr.Sam Pitroda and Deputy Chairman of the Planning Commission, Mr. Montek Singh Ahluwalia.

What do I bring with me to the event?

Bring your stationary, laptops, video equipment, cameras and anything else you may require to report the event.

Can more than one entry be submitted?

A maximum of three stories in one or multiple categories stated above, per team, can be submitted.

Can I be a part of the Hackathon and participate in Uncover?

No, you can participate in only one of the events

Do I need to be at the centres to cover the event?

Yes, you do. Please be at the centres with your registration emails at 10:00 am sharp on 6th of April.

What if I cannot make it to the centres?

Well, unfortunately then you cannot be a part of this competition.

Will we be provided food and beverages?

Tea, Coffee and Water are available for sale at the scene and the canteens/food stalls/cafés in and around the institute will be open during the entire duration of the event.

Will we be given lodging?

The purpose of UnCover is to let your creative juices flow through the rigorous 31 hour event, hence, no formal accommodation is being provided at the centres. Feel free to use our comfortable tables and chairs to create makeshift beds when you need them!

Do I need to register?

Yes, it is absolutely crucial for you to register at our www.data.gov.in/hackathon ;, or you would not be able to gain access to the event. For further information on registration please refer to our “How to Register” section for more information.

Can I register on the spot?

No, you are not allowed to register on the spot.

Are there any editing facilities on the campus?

Unfortunately there are no editing facilities provided for your video edits, hence, please make arrangements on your own.

When do I submit my story?

You will have till 8th of April, 1200hrs to submit your final stories to us.

How should I make my submission?

Share your stories with us on 6th and 7th April via www.facebook.com/PlanComIndia ;. Don’t forget to register yourself on http://www.data.gov.in/hackathon and send us your submissions before 12 Noon, 8th April 2013 on our http://www.data.gov.in/hackathon ;

When do the results get announced?

The results of this competition will get announced on the 15th of April.

How do I reach the centre?

You will have to utilize your own transport to reach our venues. For directions you may refer to our “Location Info” page.

Can I participate online?

No, you may not participate online.

What will happen to my story post the event?

Your submissions will be openly available to the public under the Creative Commons license. Please see Terms and Conditions for more information.

Will there be any internet connection at the location?

We are trying our best to give you good connectivity at our centers, however, you we advise you to make arrangements for going online.

How do I submit my entries?

Please see our “How to submit your entry” page for more information.

How to submit your entry

Please read these general guidelines for submitting your entry at data.gov.in/hackathon.

The following table explains what needs to be submitted for each category:

Visualization Link to the ‘demo’ Use Google Picasa or Flickr.com to upload your image and note the URL
  Link to the ‘source’ Create a ‘zip’ package of all the ‘source files’ and upload the zip package on a file sharing website such as Mediafire.com or Google Drive and note the URL
Short film Link to the ‘demo’ Use Youtube.com or Vimeo.com to upload your video and note the URL
  Link to the ‘source’ Create a ‘zip’ package of all the ‘source files’ and upload the zip package on a file sharing website such as Mediafire.com or Google Drive and note the URL
Application Link to the ‘demo’ Create a presentation of the user flow of your application and upload the same on Slideshare.com and note the URL
  Link to the ‘source’ Create a ‘zip’ package of all the ‘source files’ and upload the zip package on a file sharing website such as Mediafire.com or Google Drive and note the URL
UnCover Stories Link to the ‘story’ Use Storify.com or Prezi.com to create your story and note the URL

What should the ‘source’ zip package mentioned above contain

  • Detailed Submission Form - Please fill the detailed submission form available for Submission  and Uncover the Event  . Please enclose the filled document in the package.
  • All source files and final output files
  • All screenshots used for the ‘demo’ as mentioned above

Steps to submit your entry

Step 1: The team lead or the team member who has registered your team will login with his/her registered account at https://data.gov.in/user/login .

Step 2:Upon login, you will see the following page. Please click submit.

Step 3: You should see the ‘Create Submission’ form pop up.

Step 4: Enter the details requested for as follows:

Title: mention the title of your entry/submission

Team: select your team ID

Category: select your submission category

Sector: select the sector; UnCover submissions need not select a sector

Description: provide a short description of your submission

Submission Link Section

Demo-description: provide a small summary of your demo

Demo-link: provide the link of your demo (generated as mentioned above in the table)

Source-description: provide a small summary of your project

Source-link: provide the link of your source ‘zip’ package generated as detailed above

Terms & Conditions: please read the terms and conditions carefully and accept

Click ‘save’

Step 5: If you want to make another submission in different category or sector, please repeat the above steps.

Step 6:All your submitted entries can be seen on My Submissions tab.

Prizes for Visualization category for each location:

1st Prize: Rs. 15,000/- + Certificates of Appreciation to the team

2nd Prize: Rs. 10,000/- + Certificates of Appreciation to the team

3 Consolation Prizes: Certificates of Appreciation for the teams

Prizes for Short Films and Applications categories for each location:

1st Prize: Rs. 25,000/- + Certificates of Appreciation to the team

2nd Prize: Rs. 15,000/- + Certificates of Appreciation to the team

3 Consolation Prizes: Certificates of Appreciation for the teams

Prizes for online participants:

Same as above for each category

Prizes for UnCover winners:

Certificates of Appreciations + Google Hangout opportunity with Shekhar Kapur

These terms and conditions govern the participation in the 12th Plan Hackathon. By registering for the Hackathon, all participants agree to accept these terms and conditions and the terms of use of
www.data.gov.in  available at http://data.gov.in/terms-of-use .

Objective

These terms and conditions govern the participation in the 12th Plan Hackathon. By registering for the Hackathon, all participants agree to accept these terms and conditions and the terms of use of www.data.gov.in available at http://data.gov.in/terms-of-use.

Organizers

The Hackathon is being organized by the National Innovation Council, Planning Commission of India and their partners who are willing to cooperate in conducting the event

Target & Outcome

Participants are expected to be 13 years or above at the time of entry into the Hackathon. At least one member of the team has to be above 18 years of age at the time of entry into the Hackathon and s/he will be deemed the signatory authority for the team.

The Hackathon is open to people from all walks of life regardless of professions.

Participants are advised to form teams – ideally heterogeneous,consisting of people with different skill sets – up to a maximum of four members.

All submissions to the ‘apps’ category have to created using 'open source' software and APIs only.

Registration

All participants must register on https://www.data.gov.in/hackathon/ to be eligible for participation in the Hackathon. The organizers reserve the right to withdraw participation of any individual/team from the Hackathon.

Nomination & Award

Each team participating at a physical location will do a 3-minutes-pitch to present their solution on the 2nd day of the Hackathon.

Only complete submissions, as deemed appropriate by the evaluation panel will be considered for prizes.

Upon completion of the pitches, top 5 winning entries will be selected by the panel of judges.

The winning entries will receive cash prizes and/or certificates of appreciation as declared by the organizers.

Entries from online participants and UnCover the Event participants will be judged separately and the results will be posted on the Hackathon website. Prizes for the same will be sent by regular post to the winners.

Miscellaneous

By registering and submitting entries, each participant represents and warrants that his or her entry is the participant’s own original work and that he or she is not infringing or violating any intellectual property rights or other rights of a third party

Participants will not submit any offensive, inflammatory, derogatory, untruthful or distasteful content and will not hold the organizers liable for any content submitted for purposes of this competition

Each participants further represents and warrants that his or her work has not been previously published and has not won any previous awards

Each valid submission in the visualizations and short films categories and all submissions for UnCover the Event will be made available on www.data.gov.in under the Creative Commons CC BY-SA 3.0 license. Please visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/deed.en_US  for more information

Each valid submission in the apps category will be made available on www.data.gov.in under the GNU General Public License. Please visit http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html  for more information

Participants authorize the organizers to film and take pictures for use in any publicity or promotional activities in any manner or media

Participants will not hold the organizers liable for any loss or damage that may occur to them or their property while at the event

The organizers reserve the right, in their sole discretion, at any time to terminate, modify or suspend the Hackathon for any reason without any prior notice

The organizers reserve the right in their sole discretion to disqualify any participant acting in violation of these terms or in an unsportsmanlike or disruptive manner

Category: Applications
Title Team Member Demo - Link
Help My City Patrons Prateek Jaiswal
Mohak Gupta
Pankhuri Saxena
Link 
Interactive Mapping of Data Got Stared At Guneet Narula
Link 
Build the Map geohackers Sumandro Chattapadhyay
Sajjad Anwar
satyakam goswami
Ramnique Singh
Satyaakam Goswami
Education_Innovate Pirates Abdul Khalid
amit saharana
Link 
Category: Short Films
Title Team Member Demo - Link
Lata Ki Asha: Janani Suraksha Yojana Large Arted Design Shaiwal Mundiya
Atishay Mathur
Natasha Jha
Ramsha Qamar
Link 
Category: Visualizations
Title Team Member Demo - Link
#12thPlan Maternal and Child Health Care in India Dexter Denzil Correa
Saakshita Prabhakar
Link 
Inclusive Growth Satyam Abhishek Kumar
Tarrung Kapur
Dinesh Patil
Link 
Malnutrition Silent Monsters Vivek Verma
Vaibhav Anand
Risav Singh Saingar
Water, Environment and Energy Nitish nitish chandra
Category: Applications
Title Team Member Demo - Link
Online FIR Launch Webkings Snigdha Sharma
Pragati Mittal
Prashant Sharma
Sumit Yadav
Link
PLAN XII farazahmad Faraz Ahmad
Ambreen Bano
Nishi Agarwal
Identity Portal ZHCET_RIDERS Prakash Bansal
Geetanjali Sengar
Link 
Cosmo Education Center(Offline Education Portal) Altica Green Prashant Upadhyay
Deepak Arora
Category: Short Films
Title Team Member Demo - Link
Child Welfare Education Critics AMIY SRIVASTAVA
Ankesh Kumar Sinha
vikash verma
Waseem Akram
Link 
save children future MCAtechnovid Priyanka Varshney
Nikita Navlani
Trapti Agrawal
Khushnaseeb Roshan
Link 
ICDS - AO JODEIN TOOTI KADIAN team najam khalique najam khalique
salman shah
sakeena mushfiq
nabeel firoz
12th Plan A Hope of Millions Elements Academia Meraj Ahmad
Mohammad Tarique Iqbal
Link 
Category: Visualizations
Title Team Member Demo - Link
MGNREGA KAYA Kanika Agarwal
Anas Hussain
Yasir Askari
Abhishek Kumar Sharma
Link 
WHAT ABOUT THEIR HEALTH CARE - NHM TEAMJNMC Malik Shahnawaz
TABASSUM NAWAB
MOHD MAROOF
ARSLAN NEYAZ
RASHTRIYA SWASTHYA BIMA YOJNA - HEALTH INSURANCE FOR POOR TEAMJNMC Malik Shahnawaz
TABASSUM NAWAB
MOHD MAROOF
ARSLAN NEYAZ
Link 
health awareness The Technocratz Farheen sabir
JITENDRA SINGHAL
samar ihsan
VARUN YADAV
Link 
Category: Applications
Title Team Member Demo - Link
Science-O-Pedia Datawind Amandeep Singh
Daler Kaur
Link 
Category: Short Films
Title Team Member Demo - Link
Education Empowering India haXinth Aditya Shailaj
Rohan Jha
Abhimanyu Bhardwaj
Sambodhi Sarkar
Link 
Category: Applications
Title Team Member Demo - Link
EMPlanner EthicCoders Shibu Devasia
Ken M Raju
Plan Comm App Cmcites Vivek Agrawal
satyendra karn
Avish Pagote
Naveen Kumar
Link 
Category: Short Films
Title Team Member Demo - Link
Sand Art on 12th 5Year Plan Sand Art Ravi Kumar Bathina
Hari Krishna Bathina
Ranga naresh Gurram
Amarjeet kumar
Link 
Hey Teacher GoIndia Megha Subramanian
Alice Samson
Link 
Category: Visualizations
Title Team Member Demo - Link
Poster on Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan theFPS parth kapadia
Link 
Category: Applications
Title Team Member Demo - Link
FYI - For Your Information Jacob Thomas Jacob
Link 
Eduplan - For the Macroeconomic Framework of 12th Five Year Plan sathyameva jayate Alagirisamy Senthilkumar
Karnan TC
Link 
Education & Skills Development R.E.M. Rahul Dominic
Vivek Vaidya
A.Benedict Roshan
Urban Development(Water Supply) Invincibles-IIIT Bangalore Pradyot Adavi
Debargha Ganguly
Aamir Shaad Alam
Manzoor IlahiHunagund
Link 
LifeLine SE7EN Chris Brendan
Link 
Category: Short Films
Title Team Member Demo - Link
Help us – Keep your taps running White Balance Barath Jayarajan
Mohor Mukherjee
Mitwa AV
Link 
Category: Visualizations
Title Team Member Demo - Link
New and Renewable energy NerdHeads Krishna Chaitanya
Ravindra Reddy Bhavanam
Puneeth N
Link 
Solid Waste Management in Urban India FINAL MSRIT Boys Anuj N. K
Akhil Sukumaran
Kunal Vinayakiya
NandhaKumar Swaminathan
Link 
Hackathon Water and Environment INDesign Ami Sampat
Water and environment Designers of Future Manivarma IT
Ahmadullah Khan
Link 
Financial Inclusion for people in small villages V4 Kaushik BV
Sharath R
Raghunandan Kavi
Link 
Category: Applications
Title Team Member Demo - Link
Jan Aushadhi Daring Knights Ishan Darolia
Anjani Kumar
Sumedh Masulkar
Link 
Planning And Decision Support System starinnovators Deepak Chhikara
Sumit Kalra
Shubham Sahai Srivastava
Link 
MOM101 polyn_apps Pranav Maneriker
Anurag Sharma
Arpit Shrivastava
Link 
12th plan quest funtastic4 Bhavishya Mittal
Arihant Jain
Abhimanyu Arora
Mayank Agrawal
Link 
Category: Short Films
Title Team Member Demo - Link
Living Legends Living Legend Vinod Rawat
Ankit chaudhary
Chandra sekhar J
Bhukya Deepak
Link 
Category: Visualizations
Title Team Member Demo - Link
Combating Maternal Mortality in India: A look at the real situation and plans for tomorrow Threadies Misba Abbas
Jaikishan Singh
reema kohli
Vinay Gautam
Blood donation awareness BAZINGA Piyush Niranjan
Aman Jain
Category: Applications
Title Team Member Demo - Link
Health Assistant Eleventh_Hour Kirti Pandey
Kirti Pandey
Rajanya Dhar
Plan for India Work in progress Ajay Viswanathan
Link 
Category: Short Films
Title Team Member Demo - Link
Rapid Empiricism in India Develop India Ankur Gupta
Category: Visualizations
Title Team Member Demo - Link
The new way ahead. Titans Shashank Singhal
Planning the Route to Education the new left koel mitra
shrestha mullick
Link 
Urban Development- 12th five year plan Samradhya Bharath Gaurav Purwar
Link 
Category: Applications
Title Team Member Demo - Link
Tracking The Trend Yeoman Group Krishnaswamy Subramanian
Ashokkumar Ramdoss
Link 
Bus tracking system UncaughtException Pavithra Krishnan
Shobana Marannan
Link 
Energy For All Insane Labs Nirmalkumar Sathiamurthi
Navikaran - Taking India towards sustainable and breakthrough innovations Code4Cause Arun Rajiah
Kumar Sachidanantham
Venkateshprabhu G
Link 
Guru WindsOfChange Jobin Jacob Kavalam
GOPI VENKATA DINESH YENNETI
Junaid Babu
srinivas kodali
Link 
Indian Economy Appstract Prabhu Saitu
Arvind Ravi
BHARADWAJ JANARTHANAN
Vignesh Venkateswaran
Link 
Category: Short Films
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The empowered India of tomorrow Genesis Johnson jacob
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Health_Contrasts By the people Karpagam Vinoth
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MGNREGA 2.0 By the people Karpagam Vinoth
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Nappinnai
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HEALTH in the Twelfth Five Year Plan Indian Muggles Srihita Rudraraju
Rapid Growth in Non Form employment Rainmakers_CTS Dheebarajan Androse
Balaji Murali
Reduce, Reuse and Recycle Pseudo hackers Muthu Kumar Vaithianathan
Viswanathan Velmurugan
Poonguzhali Govindaraju
One Country One Helpline Cognizant Mohit Gupta
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A better way to visualize data.gov.in webnotes Nabin Hait
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CodeNinja - 12th Plan Hackathon CodeNinja Gaurav Singh
Chetan Dhembre
Digvijay Singh
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Wheat price distribution 2012 Kelva Riders basu Hampali
sushant bansode
Rajat Goynar
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KHOJ Khoj AJAY PINJANI
Saman Quraishi
Akshat Krishna
Bhavana Sinha
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The winds of change Designeers prashant sachan
Vinit Masram
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Urbanisation 101 Error 404 Akshita Jeswani
Supratim Dam
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Education in India maktion Link 
Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan : Revolutionizing Learning Culmination Tabish Ahsan
Harsh Gokhale
Asim Misra
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Sustainable Livelihood practices under NRLM Aahar Ramani Ranjan Nayak
Uttam Sahoo
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Save rivers warriors abhisheikh parihar
RITIKA PATHANIA
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ILL CONDITION OF RIVERS warriors abhisheikh parihar
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State wise Analysis of Funds allocated for Social servcies Vs % of BPL people in teh state Vs % population of the state Develop4India Link 
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Sustainability Through Planning MagiK Ayush Mittal
Kushal Sharma
Pratik Khandelwal
Prakhar Sharma
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The journey aidia

Pranvendra Champawat
Yadvendar Champawat

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Overview of Energy Sector in 12th Five Year Plan India Unbound Vatsal Vasudev
Videt Jaiswal
Teja Bhagwati
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Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan Satyamev Jayate Swasti Bagri
Sushvi Pandey
Ruchika Sharma
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School Dropout Scenario Big Picture Foundation Anupam Loiwal
Apoorva R
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