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Below you’ll find the schedule for SIH 2020. We’ll keep this page regularly updated with all new sessions, so be sure to keep checking in!

Local Inauguration

8:00 AM – 8:40 AM
Inauguration of ‘Grand Finale of Smart India Hackathon 2020’ at Institute level
- Welcome Address by Chairman/ President of the institute
-Speech by Organization/Industry Delegates at NC (NC to coordinate with Organization/industry)
- Speech by Guest of Honour at NC
- Speech by Chief Guest at NC
- Vote of Thanks at NC

National Inauguration

9:00 AM to 9:03 AM
Welcome address by Dr. Abhay Jere, Chief Innovation Officer, MHRD’s Innovation Cell
9:04 AM – 9:07 AM
Address by Shri Rahul Sharma, President, India and South Asia Public Sector, Amazon Internet Services Pvt Ltd.
9:08 AM to 9:11 AM
Address by Shri VK Kaumudi, IPS, Director General, BPR&D
9:12 AM to 9:16 AM
Address by Sh. Anand Deshpande, CMD Persistent Systems
9:17 AM to 9:21 AM
About Smart India Hackathon 2020: Prof. Anil Sahasrabudhe, Chairman AICTE
9:22 AM to 9:26 AM
Address by Sh. Amit Khare, Secretary HE MHRD
9:27 AM to 9:35 AM
Address by the Guest of Honour, Hon’ble Minister of State HRD, Shri Sanjay Dhotre
9:36 AM to 9:55 AM
Address by the Chief Guest, Hon’ble Minister of HRD, Shri Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’
9:56 AM to 9:59 AM
Vote of Thanks by Dr Rajive Kumar, Member Secretary AICTE
10:00 AM
Grand Finale of Smart India Hackathon goes Live
Inauguration Ends
10:00 AM
Virtual Hackathon Begins
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
First Round of Mentoring Session. (7-10 minutes per team)
1:00 PM – 1:45 PM
Lunch Break
1:45 PM onwards
Coding continues virtually
3:30 PM to 4:00 PM
Leisure Activity Break – TBD – (NC to organize Live sessions by students; artists etc.)
4:00 PM to 4:30 PM
Coding continues virtually

Interaction of Hon’ble Prime Minister of India with participants of SIH 2020

4:30 PM to 4:34 PM
Opening address by Hon’ble Minister for HRD
4:35 PM to 5: 04 PM
Hon’ble Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi gives opening remarks
5:05 PM to 5:30 PM
Hon’ble Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi interact with the participants
5:35 PM to 7:20 PM
First Round of Evaluation (3 judges per panel)
7:20 PM to 9:00 PM
Hackathon continues
9:00 PM
Close of Day 1 of Virtual Grand Finale
8:30 AM onwards
Day 2 of Coding begins
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Second Round of Mentoring Session. (7-10 minutes per team)
1:00 PM to 1:45 PM
Lunch Break
1:45 PM onwards
Coding continues
3:30 PM to 4:00 PM
Leisure Activity Break – TBD – (NC to organize Live sessions by students; artists etc.)
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Second Round of Evaluation (3 Judges per panel, evaluation of implementation of ideas)
7:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Leadership Talks – [TBD by each nodal center in partnership with respective ministry/ organization (s)]
9:00 PM
End of Day 2 of Virtual Grand Finale
8:30 AM onwards
Day 3 of Coding begins
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Power Mentoring (Last & Final Round of mentoring)
1:00 PM to 1:45 PM
Lunch Break
1:45 PM
Coding Continues
4.00 PM
Coding Stops
4.05 PM – 5:30 PM
Third Round of Evaluation (Last & Final Round of evaluation)
5:45 PM to 6:30 PM
Result Finalization at respective Nodal Center
Hackathon ends
Result verification at AICTE and MIC
Anytime Suitable by Nodal Center
- Valedictory Session Starts at NC
- Speech by Organization/Industry Delegates (NC to coordinate with Organization/industry) at NC
- Results Announcement (One winning team per problem statement) at NC
- Vote of Thanks at NC

PROBLEM STATEMENTS

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SOFTWARE

Blind Scrambling Code Identification

PROBLEM STATEMENTS ID

NM401

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02
SOFTWARE

Efficient Header Compression technique for IP based communication over Satellite network

PROBLEM STATEMENTS ID

NM402

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03
SOFTWARE

Nowcasting of Meteorological Satellite Images using AI/ML techniques

PROBLEM STATEMENTS ID

NM374

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04
SOFTWARE

Web-based volume rendering and 3D/4D visualization of Model Forecast

PROBLEM STATEMENTS ID

NM389

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SOFTWARE

Field Data Analysis and Automated feature validation from crowd sourced field photos;

PROBLEM STATEMENTS ID

NM393

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06
SOFTWARE

Air pollution hot spots detection and identifying the source trajectories using ML/AI techniques

PROBLEM STATEMENTS ID

NM394

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SOFTWARE

Identify shifting cultivation locations in dense temporal stacks

PROBLEM STATEMENTS ID

NM395

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SOFTWARE

Sentiment Analysis from text feedback:

PROBLEM STATEMENTS ID

NM396

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SOFTWARE

Voice command-driven Web-GIS Applications (mobile/ desktop)

PROBLEM STATEMENTS ID

NM397

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10
SOFTWARE

Change detection and extraction of information / features of interest in RS images using time series information

PROBLEM STATEMENTS ID

NM398

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11
SOFTWARE

Automated land use classification using AI/ML

PROBLEM STATEMENTS ID

NM386

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12
SOFTWARE

Detecting clouds and predicting their movement from INSAT imagery

PROBLEM STATEMENTS ID

NM373

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13
SOFTWARE

Web-map data visualization using augmented reality globe

PROBLEM STATEMENTS ID

NM377

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SOFTWARE

AI based crop identification mobile app

PROBLEM STATEMENTS ID

NM378

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SOFTWARE

App for recording and playing geo tagged videos

PROBLEM STATEMENTS ID

NM380

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SOFTWARE

App for recording and playing geo tagged videos

PROBLEM STATEMENTS ID

NM381

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SOFTWARE

Drone route planning

PROBLEM STATEMENTS ID

NM383

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SOFTWARE

Virtual reality based Earth/Moon explorer

PROBLEM STATEMENTS ID

NM385

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SOFTWARE

Size Invariant Ship detection from SAR Images

PROBLEM STATEMENTS ID

NM404

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SOFTWARE

Processing, visualization and application development of raw GNSS data on Android Smartphones:

PROBLEM STATEMENTS ID

NM405

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21
SOFTWARE

Link Adaptive Speech Compression scheme for Human Space Flight Programme

PROBLEM STATEMENTS ID

NM400

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22
SOFTWARE

Reconstruction of missing data in Satellite Imagery

PROBLEM STATEMENTS ID

NM391

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PROBLEM STATEMENT
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SOFTWARE

Efficient Communication scheme for Human Space Flight Programme

PROBLEM STATEMENTS ID

NM399

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SOFTWARE

Depth Estimation of Valles Marineris using ISRO’s Mars Color Camera (MCC) images

PROBLEM STATEMENTS ID

NM392

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PROBLEM STATEMENT
25
SOFTWARE

Air/Water turbidity estimation mobile app

PROBLEM STATEMENTS ID

NM370

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FAQ

How should we form a team?

A team must include at least 5 members and at max 6 members , including at least one female member. All the members from a team should belong to the same institute.

How to register for SIH 2020?

The college SPOC shall register your team. You cannot apply directly.

How to submit an idea?

The qualifying teams from internal hackathon shall be eligible to submit their ideas on the SIH portal by the College SPOC only. A team will not be able to make multiple idea submissions for a given SIH Edition.

How to know if we’ve been qualified the next round?

Once the ideas are received, a panel of experts evaluates the submissions. Evaluation criteria will include novelty of the idea, complexity, clarity, and details in the prescribed format, feasibility, practicability, sustainability, the scale of impact, user experience, and potential for future work progression. Results are displayed at sih.gov.in.

Where are the announcements made regarding the SIH 2020?

Every information regarding SIH is posted on the SIH portal. Along with this, teams are also notified via  e-mails.

Can Team members be changed?

Only 2 team members can be changed from a given team. A limited time duration after the first round of evaluation is provided where the teams may submit their member changes.

Whom to contact in case of any query?

You may submit your query at https://www.sih.gov.in/contactUs.

How and when will the SIH 2020 be conducted?

Considering the COVID-19 pandemic, we shall organise the Grand finale of SIH 2020 online from 1st to 3rd August,2020. Using an online portal, we shall conduct the hackathon.

How does the Online Hackathon System work?

We shall organise information sessions, which shall be mandatory for every team to attend. All the working of the portal shall be explained at the info session.

What if we face any technical issue during the Hackathon?

The associated nodal centre shall be responsible for helping you with the technical problem you face.

When are the results for the Grand Finale announced?

The results shall be announced on the evening of 5th August 2020.

.How can I register as an evaluator?

You can register as an evaluator once your Nodal Centre provides you with a link for registration.

What is the process of evaluation?

Evaluation process consists of three rounds in which evaluators have to enter scores based on the performance of the team during the hackathon.

On what basis will the marks be given?

Evaluation is scaled into five factors mainly as solution appearance, impact, technology, execution, and UX.

My evaluator login account is not working. what should I do?

If you are unable to login to your account, you may contact your Nodal Centre Head. Their number and contact details are mentioned at the Nodal Centre Page.

Will I get a certificate of evaluator in the end of the hackathon?

 Yes, your respective Nodal centre will provide you with the certificate of honor.

How can I register my Institute as a nodal center?

Nodal centers are selected by the Smart India Hackathon team by evaluating their performance in academics and innovation.

I am a Nodal Center for SIH 2020. What are my responsibilities?

As a nodal center, you will be acting as a central point of contact for the hackathon especially for student teams participating in the grand finale.

What all facilities and manpower is needed for SIH 2020 Virtual Edition?

Nodal Centre needs to add at least 20 manpower for its social media coordination, student coordination, media coordination, and volunteers. Along with this, a separate and integrated video conferencing system is needed to connect with students and vice versa including evaluators, dignitaries, and judges.

We have provided data regarding manpower but we are in shortage. What should we do?

To keep the ball rolling we request you to keep at least 10 to 15 students as a backup for case submitted manpower is absent or not available. 

Do I have to arrange evaluators for the problem statements?

Yes, you are required to add evaluators, judges, and juries that have experience and knowledge related to the technical dome of the respective problem statement allocated to you.

I want to change Nodal Center Head SPOC. What is the process?

In this case, you have to contact SP for your nodal center in MIC. This action must be taken in through a mail to your SIH SPOC keeping the innovation director and SIH email in the copy.

We don't have enough manpower to handle information technology tasks. What should we do?

If the Center is lacking manpower then it is suggested that you should approach other colleges or freelancers to get enrolled for hackathon events. This will reduce the workload of arranging manpower at your end.

Are we going to get training for the process of SIH 2020?

Yes, the Innovation Cell along with Innovatio Curis will conduct training sessions for all manpower, judges and Juries in five different slots. Nodal centres are requested to pass this information to all manpower related to the execution and operation of SIH.