This campaign is over.

idea phase
opens at:
10 Dec 2017, 12:00 AM IST
closes on:
28 Dec 2017, 11:59 PM IST
opens at:
Jan 06, 2018 10:00 AM IST
closes on:
Jan 07, 2018 09:55 AM IST


Problem-solving, inventing, hacking and coding is more of an adrenaline rush of endorphins rather than a feeling.

As said by Walter O'Brien, Hackathon is one of the events which increases your adrenaline rush to work out more problems.Time to roll up your sleeves to play a Geek!athon with XCEED. The Hackathon involves two phases namely idea phase and offline hackathon. A brief about us...

College of Engineering Guindy (CEG), Chennai, one of the premier institutions for higher education in India, has been a renowned center for academic and overall excellence since its inception in 1794.

Kurukshetra, incarnated in 2007, is the First Ever Student Organised Fest to be bestowed with the UNESCO patronage and ISO 9001:2015 certification. Kurukshetra caters to a target audience of over 15,000+ students from all over the country and attracts the best and brightest of its engineers.

XCEED, the Nationwide Robotics, Management, Coding and Quizzing championship, is a precursor to Kurukshetra started in 2008. It is a miniature version of Kurukshetra conducted in various Colleges around India.Bringing together the technically extravagant minds of the country and exploring their talents has been one of the prime intentions of Kurukshetra over the years. Upholding this intent is the motive of the Nation-wide hackathon.

When solving problems, dig at the roots instead of just hacking at the leaves.



We aim to improve healthcare delivery and/or the way people manage their own health care by testing and developing innovative ideas and approaches and putting them into practice. Example: An automated Intensive Care Unit


Human beings learn by doing. There are countless ways that learning facts are crucial to becoming an expert at everything.


We are welcoming the ideas to reduce our traffic rate. Example: Modified Parking System

Women Safety

Even though women had adorned in high offices in modern India, they have to face social challenges and are often victims of abuse and violent crimes. The ideas to overcome their fear are welcomed.

Disaster Mitigation

We can’t predict any of the disasters, but we can prevent them by mitigation and management techniques. Example: Automatic earthquake detection.


Agriculture has always been the backbone of India.Agriculture research needs young brainpower.Climate change and a growing demand for nutritious food are for fresh ideas and renewed knowledge to explore innovate in the sector to power future growth. Example: Software that helps improve farmer productivity, automated irrigation system.

Prizes INR 100000 in prizes

Main Prizes
1st Prize
INR 50000

First Prize

2nd Prize

4+ Exciting Internships

Special Prize
INR 10000
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