Google Cloud Kick-off Hackathon Series across 100 engineering colleges of India – Times of India

Google Cloud announced the launch of the ‘Solving for India Hackathon’ series across 100 engineering colleges of India. The hackathon aims to provide students with exposure to business challenges, give access to technologies from Google Cloud and AMD powered instances and offer a platform to showcase their coding skills and creativity.
As part of the series, Google Cloud in collaboration with GeeksforGeeks will plan, execute and host virtual and in-person Hackathons on their online platform. Both GeeksforGeeks and Google Developers will leverage their student community and campus ambassadors for maximum number of registration and participation. The series in 100 colleges started January 2023, followed by hosting four regional project showcase events and a finale at a national level symposium in June.
The flagoff event for the Solving for India Hackathon Series was held in Gurgaon on January 31 with a special keynote by Dr Buddha of All India Council for Technical Education [AICTE] and Arvind Gupta of Digital India Foundation. Also in attendance were the winners of the 2022 Google Cloud Next Big Thing Hackathon, Team Zacharias from Persistent Systems.
Bikram Singh Bedi, Managing Director, Google Cloud India said, ‘Solving for India’ speaks to our desire to advance students’ coding skills and inspire them to creatively engage with Google Cloud. The hackathon will play a role in nurturing future change-makers who are industry-ready and equipped with the technical skills needed to hit the ground running, innovative mindset, nurtured by mentors who will inspire them about what’s possible.”

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