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Hackin' Summer '22

8th-9th-10th April




Hackin' Summer

Hackin' Summer is one of the biggest and most awaited student-held Hackathon of Delhi NCR organized by JIIT Noida this year, where you can convert your crazy ideas to a reality. This hackathon will be a great platform for all pro-players in the field and at the same time a kickstart for new hackers willing to join the league and find their footing in the arena of innovation and technologies.

"What does Summer Signify?"

This Summer season will be full of exciting and engaging events powered with overwhelming prizes to give you a good sense of achievement. It will definitely be an incredible learning experience for all out there willing to learn and grow. We are looking for ideas that can help human life across the globe bloom again.


The hackathon event of Hackin' Summer '22 consists of 6 tracks out of which 5 are based on technologies, namely, AR/VR, Blockchain, Cybersecurity, ML/AI and IoT. The last track is Open Innovation.
Each of the five tracks will consist of two types problem statements. In the Open Innovation track there will be only one problem statement, which is all the problem statements of Smart India Hackathon 2022 (SIH '22) which do not make use of the technologies of above mentioned 5 tracks.
Problem Statement 1: Problem statements in Smart India Hackathon '22 which make use of technology of the track. This statement is only open for JIIT students.
Problem Statement 2: Released on 8th April 2022. This statement is open for both JIIT students and external participants.

For JIIT students this hackathon will serve as an internal qualification round for the prestigious Smart India Hackathon 2022. The top JIIT teams here will represent JIIT at the Smart India Hackathon 2022 at the national level after further evaluations.
For participation in Problem Statement 1 of each track:
Team of 6, which must include all JIIT students (JIIT 62 and 128 students can form a team) is required which must include:
1. A Team Leader (May be a boy or a girl)
2. A girl student (Required, if a girl is not a team leader)
3. Four Students (Each student can be a boy or a girl)

For participation in Problem Statement 2 of each track:
Team of 2-3 is required.

Statement 1
Includes all Smart India Hackathon 2022 problem statements which make use of AR/VR

Statement 2
Augmented and Virtual Reality in Education and Skilling.


Statement 1
Includes all Smart India Hackathon 2022 problem statements which involve of Blockchain

Statement 2
Build an anonymous reporting system using blockchain.


Statement 1
Includes all Smart India Hackathon 2022 problem statements which involve Cybersecurity

Statement 2
Build a solution directed towards dissecting the darknet which may include but is not limited to exposing IP details of darknet sites, and users.


Statement 1
Includes all Smart India Hackathon 2022 problem statements which involve ML/AI

Statement 2
Build a solution using machine learning and artificial intelligence for enhancing the quality of life for differently-abled people.


Statement 1
Includes all Smart India Hackathon 2022 problem statements which involve IOT

Statement 2
Build a smart city prototype that can accommodate the general public with futuristic features you can think of.

Open Innovation
Open Innovation

Statement 1
All Smart India Hackathon 2022 problem statements which do not involve the above mentioned technologies are welcome in this track

For SIH '22 Problem statements click here


Expert Talks

Meme Challenge



  • Registration Opens

    12:00 AM Onwards

    1st April 2022
  • Intro Session

    05:00 PM Onwards

    Registrations End
    (for Problem Statement 1)

    11:59 PM

    7th April 2022
  • Problem Statements Released

    12:00 AM

    UI/UX Quiz (Offline)

    5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

    Tech Talk I

    07:00 PM

    8th April 2022
  • Registrations End
    (for Problem Statement 2)

    10:00 AM

    (only for JIIT Students)

    01:00 PM Onwards

    Tech Talk II

    07:00 PM

    Meme Making Challenge

    9:00 PM - 11:59 PM

    9th April 2022
  • Submissions End

    12:00 PM

    Tech Talk III
    Declaration of Results

    7:00 PM Onwards

    10th April 2022



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A hackathon is better characterized as an 'innovation marathon'. Anyone with an interest in technology attends a hackathon in a comfortable and accommodating environment to learn, create & share their creations over a weekend. You don't have to be a programmer, and you don't have to be a computer science major.
No, it is absolutely FREE to participate in Hackin' Summer. All you need is an innovative mind and enthusiasm.
Every University student with an innovative mind and a great problem solving attitude is eligible to participate in Hackin' Summer.
Registrations will be done via Dare2Compete for problem statement 2 and for problem statement 1 you need to register at Dare2Compete as well as on the registration desk offline.
Refer tracks section for this.
Smart India Hackathon 2022 is a nationwide initiative to provide students a platform to solve some of the pressing problems we face in our daily lives, and thus inculcate a culture of product innovation and a mindset of problem solving.
That's alright. Most hackathon participants are beginners and hackathons prove to be a perfect opportunity to learn and build something great.
Hackin' Summer has a total prize pool of ₹70000.
But why? Hackathons are meant opportunity for participants to learn and brush up their skills. They can act as self-assessment where you can test your knowledge. Therefore, we will only be accepting project build in the hackathon duration.
Yes, the prime motive of a hackathon is to help participants gain practical exposure and knowledge. Also, we all have to start somewhere and the longer you delay, the more unconfident you will become about participating in a hackathon.
Project submissions will be done on Dare2Compete. More details will be provided to you once the hackathon starts.
No prerequisites as such. Any experience of coding, knowledge of tech stack, strong presentation and brilliant ideas would be a plus but in case you are a beginner, the zeal to learn is a must.


Sukriti Macker

Data Quality Associate in FinBox. Sukriti's work is published at reknowned journals. She will be sharing the lessons she learned on her tech jorney on 8th April from 7pm.


Ayon Roy

Executive Data Scientist @ NielsenIQ. Ayon started India's 1st & Largest Kaggle Days Meetup Community. He will share his ideas on 9th April from 7:00 PM on "Can Artificial Intelligence replace Software Engineering?"


Kiran Dutta

Kiran is Founder of Web3Learn, a Blockchain skilling platform helping folks transition to Web 3.0 world. He previously worked with Private Equity, consulted Fortune 500 companies and built one of the largest Family Office networks. Kiran is an alum of Columbia University and is ardent F1 fan. Do join for his webinar at 07:00 PM on 10th April.



Shubham Shukla

Security Consultant @ Deloitte LLP. Head of Technology for Dance Out of Poverty. Founder Rojgar Setu and Market Mela Smart India Hackathon Winner-Won first prize in Smart India Hackathon software edition 2019 organized by Government of India. Jury for Hackathons by UIDAI and external technical Expert for them. Contributor for Aarogya Setu. Part of jury for various Hackathon conducted by Ministry of Education Featured in Newspapers and Blogs-In Times of India, Amar Ujala,The Print, Dainik Jagran, Hindustan Times, Dainik Bhaskar, DailyHunt, and start-up India Magzine. 5 times Awarded in a year for Contribution to US/UK Firm in Cybersecurity by Deloitte USI. Appreciation from various Govt agencies for helping them secure there infrastructure. Public Speaker for Web and Cyber Security-Invited for delivering talks on various topics like Web, Cloud and Cyber Security with many Home/ International Speakers.


Shivam Chauahan

Software Engineer at Procol, with more than 6 years of experience in the AR/VR and Game Development Industry, he has mentored many students in this field. He has been part of numerous workshops and mentored programs around the world, teaching and evaluating students in the Game Development Industry. He was the former Head of the Multimedia and Game Development Society at JIIT. He has won and been a part of several Hackathons.


Rajat Jain

Rajat is a Full Stack developer and career mentor with a growth mindset. He has work experience in the top companies of the world which are Microsoft and Amazon. He has secured certifications in cloud computing and had given many webinars on different topics in IT industry. Rajat has helped many people in getting there dream jobs by his guidance. He is always willing to learn new things to solve big problems.


Raj Pratap Singh

Raj Pratap Singh has completed his B.Tech in Electronics and Communication Engineering in 2014 from JIIT, Noida Sector-62. He has worked in corporate for 3 years and found himself allured in the field of IoT, to develop products and services for different segments of society. With more than 7 years of experience product customisation and software services, he believes in delivering the best quality of work on time.

Raj Pratap