Terms & Conditions
Open to individuals and teams of 1-3 members. Participants must be at least 18 years old or have parental consent if younger.
All participants must register through the official hackathon webpage. Late entries will not be accepted.
Projects must be submitted via the provided link by the deadline. Incomplete submissions will not be considered.
All work must be original and created during the hackathon. Pre-existing projects or significant portions thereof are not allowed.
Use of AI and Collaborative Tools:
Projects should focus on AI-driven solutions for collaborative learning. Features should promote group projects, peer-to-peer tutoring, and discussion forums.
While not mandatory, open-source project submissions are encouraged to foster community learning and collaboration.
Social Media Challenge:
Participants must adhere to the guidelines of the social media challenge, including appropriate tagging and use of hashtags.
Judging and Prizes:
Winners will be selected based on creativity, technical execution, and alignment with the hackathon theme. Judges’ decisions are final.
Participants retain IP rights to their projects, but organizers have the right to use submitted materials for promotional purposes.
Code of Conduct:
Participants must abide by a code of conduct promoting respect, inclusivity, and professionalism.
Liability and Consent:
Organizers are not liable for any damages or legal issues arising from participation. Entry into the hackathon implies consent to these terms.