About GNA Hackathon 2.0

The ‘Innovate for Impact: GNA Hackathon 2.0’ in collaboration with Indian Society of Technical Education (ISTE) is a dynamic and competitive event aimed at fostering creativity, collaboration, and problem-solving skills among students and technology enthusiasts. With a focus on cutting-edge themes such as Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning, Healthcare, Environment, Fintech, Cybersecurity, Gaming, Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality, Robotics, Internet of Things (IoT), and Cloud Computing, participants will have the opportunity to tackle real-world challenges and develop innovative solutions.

Why To Participate?

Innovate: Put your skills to the test and unleash your creativity to develop groundbreaking solutions in your chosen theme.

Collaborate: Work alongside like-minded individuals, exchange ideas, and collaborate to build something impactful.

Learn: Gain hands-on experience, learn new technologies, and enhance your problem-solving abilities under tight deadlines.

Network: Connect with industry experts, mentors, and peers, and expand your professional network.


  • AI/ML
  • Healthcare
  • Environment
  • Fintech
  • Autodesk Fusion
  • Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality
  • Robotics
  • Gaming & Animation
  • Technology (Cyber Security/Cloud Computing/IoT etc.)

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Hackathon is open to all students pursuing Under Graduate, Post Graduate, or any diploma program from the same institute.
  • Each team must consist of a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 5 members.
  • Team members can be from different departments but within same university/institute.
  • All team members must be enrolled in any academic course.
  • Team members can be from different academic years.
  • Team members could be from any of the streams.
  • Once teams have registered, changes in team members will not be encouraged.

General Rules:

  • All participants must register prior to 25 April 2024. Shortlisted teams will be informed through email.
  • Teams must choose one theme from the provided list.
  • Each team can work on only one project throughout the hackathon.
  • Participants can bring their ideas in PPT format.
  • Participants are expected to bring their own laptops, PPTs and necessary equipment. Limited resources may be available on-site.
  • Plagiarism and any form of cheating will result in immediate disqualification.
  • Teams must adhere to ethical standards and avoid working on projects that could potentially harm individuals, communities, or the environment.
  • Judges' decisions will be final.
  • Participants must respect the facilities and property of GNA University.

Project Presentation:

  • Each team will be given a specific time slot of 5-7 minutes to present their project to the judges followed by 2-3 minutes of feedback.
  • Presentations must include a demonstration of the project, its functionality, and its relevance to the chosen theme.
  • Teams are allowed to use visual aids such as slides, prototypes, or videos during their presentations.
  • Q&A sessions will follow each presentation, during which judges may ask questions regarding the project.


  • Certificates will be awarded to all the participants.
  • Winners will be awarded with Trophies, Cash Prize/ Vouchers and many more exciting gifts.


Position Prize
1st 21000
2nd 11000
3rd 5100

Code of Conduct:

  • Participants must maintain a respectful and inclusive environment throughout the event.
  • Harassment, discrimination, or any form of inappropriate behavior will not be tolerated and may result in immediate expulsion from the hackathon.
  • Participants should collaborate and communicate effectively with team members and other participants.
  • Any concerns or issues should be reported to the event organizers immediately.

By participating in the GNA University Hackathon, all attendees agree to abide by the rules and regulations outlined in this rule book. The organizers reserve the right to modify the rules or disqualify any participant found to be in violation of these rules. We wish all participants the best of luck and look forward to witnessing innovative solutions in the field of technology!

Hackathon 1.0 Glimpses:

For any queries, contact:

Faculty Coordinator:

Ms. Anu Arora (Head GU-TBI): 9876441213

Student Coordinators:

Er. Gurjot Singh (Student Coordinator): 9464730025

Er. Arjun Tangri (Technical Executive): 9872287661

Er. Davinder Singh (Student Coordinator): 7009802309

Ms. Kavya (CRM Executive)

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