Elle Hacks 2019

216 Registered Allowed team size: 4 - 5

This campaign is over.

starts on:
Feb 01, 2019, 10:00 PM
ends on:
Feb 03, 2019, 10:00 AM


  • Do I need to pay any money to register for Elle Hacks? No. You do not have to pay anything to anyone to register for Elle Hacks.

  • Do I need to have any specific qualifications to be a participant for Elle Hacks? No, Elle Hacks is a all female event and we are looking for passionate and ambitious girls who are able to think critically about the problem.

  • How do I submit my project I made for Elle Hacks? You have to develop the application/prototype on your local system and submit it on HackerEarth in tar/zip file format along with instructions to run the application and source code.

  • Do we need to have the entire idea fully working? The entire idea need not be fully implemented however, we are not looking for final prototypes, but more on how viable and critical your solution is.

  • Does one have to be online and available for the entire duration of the Hackathon? No, one does not need to be logged in on HackerEarth or be online for the entire duration. You can develop the application on your local system based on the given themes and then submit it on HackerEarth, on the specific challenge page.

  • Do I need to give a demo for the product that I have built? If you want you can submit a small presentation or video that demos your submission, however it's not mandatory, and only good to have. In case you are one of the winners, you might be invited to demo your application at a physical event, details of which will be shared with sufficient advance notice.

  • If it is a team submission, does that mean all team members will have access to work at the same time? Yes, all team members can login from their account and do application submission on HackerEarth.

  • Who will own the IP(Intellectual Property) Rights to the product that I have built? The developer/developers of the web/mobile application will have all rights and own the IP of the product. However, all code needs to be in public domain (open source) so that it can be evaluated by the judges.

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