HackeRam hackathon

HackeRam hackathon will bring a new and refreshing theme to the table to attract a larger and more diverse set of students.

This coming October, we’ve decided not to pursue a focus on the theme, so that participants can create a more variety of projects and build a diverse community.


We have an open theme this year, so let your imagination run wild.Feel free to submit any project theme you want! 

DEADLINE DATE FOR HackeRam hacakthon:

Oct 8 – 10, 2021

RULES of HackeRam hacakthon:

HackeRam hackathon is dedicated to providing a safe and comfortable environment and harassment-free experience for everyone, regardless of the following:

  • gender ,gender identity and expression
  • age,sexual orientation
  • disability,physical appearance
  • body size,race
  • ethnicity,nationality
  • religion,political views
  • previous hackathon attendance or lack of computing experience or lack ofchosen programming language or tech stack

We do not tolerate harassment of hackathon participants in any form. Sexual language and imagery are not appropriate at any hackathon venue, this includes the following.

  • hacks
  • talks, presentations, or demos
  • workshops
  • any parties associated to the hackathon
  • social media
  • any other online media

Hackathon participants violating these rules may be sanctioned or expelled from the hackathon without a refund (if applicable) at the discretion of the hackathon organizers for instance.

PRIZES in HackeRam hacakthon:

$18,160 in prizes

 First Place

– firstly, Canon Ivy Mini Photo Printer / Fire 7 tablet
– secondly ,Lifetime Upgrade w/ Taskade
– thirdly, HoverRobotix Coupons: Rs 10000/- each
– fourthly, Xyz domain (4)
– at last, Egghead Pro Subscription Access

 Second Place

– firstly, Turtle Beach Headsets
– secondly, Lifetime Upgrade w/ Taskade
– thirdly, Internship opportunities from MENTORx
– lastly, Egghead Pro Subscription Access

 Third Place

– firstly, Amazon Echo Dot
– secondly, Lifetime Upgrade w/ Taskade
– thirdly, Machine Leanring Bootcamp @KODEE

 Best Beginners Hack

-firstly, Wireless Keyboard
– secondly, Xyz domain (4)
– lastly, AoPS $25 Coupon

 Best Business Pitch Idea

– Rocket Reusable Notebook
– Amazon Gift Card $25

 [Qoom] Best Web App Challenge

– 1-year Pro Plan package (one per team, $140 value)
– Feature on Qoom Project Gallery (https://www.qoom.io/projects)
– Xyz domain (4)

 Quick Hack Award HackeRam hacakthon

(1)firstly, Most Visually Appealing – Boba Plushies
(2) secondly, Most Useless – Fidget Spinner / Fidget Cube
(3) thirdly, Most Functional – Firestick
(4) lastly, Most Innovative – Raspberry pi / Arduino

 Raffle Prizes

– 1-year w/Framer subscriptions (2)
– Egghead Pro Subscription Access (2)

 Free Hacker Swag (for all attendees)

– Printed Stickers and Branded Stickers
– Jetbrains →Free individual licenses to all JetBrains desktop tools
– Replit (it is online IDE)→ 1 free month of our hacker plan
– Interview Cake → Free course access
– Balsamiq → 90-day extended trial for the Balsamiq Cloud

JUDGING CRITERIA for HackeRam hacakthon:

How unique and innovative is the demo? Can it be found in previous submissions?

Business Value
How useful is this demo based on the problem they are trying to solve? Is it marketable?

Technical Ability
What type of technical challenges did the group deal with?

Is the project visually appealing? Does the project have a pleasant user experience?

Wow Factor
Are you blown away by what you see?



TAKING PART IN HACKATHONS WILL HELP YOU IN YOUR INTERVIEW PREPARATIONS Firstly, the only way to truly learn a skill is by actually doing what you’ll have to do in the real world. Secondly, I think practice can be a fun way of putting in the necessary hours. There are, however, some people who will disagree. Thirdly, and most importantly,it is said that people tend to remember only 10-20% of what they read or hear.Moreover, that number rises to as much as 90% when you put theory to practice. In conclusion, following up explanation with practice is key to mastering a skill.