October 21, 2016
Intel & DST- Innovate for Digital India Challenge 2.0 aims to encourage local innovation and creation of easy knowledge that can be easy to use and scalable solutions IoT and/or Datacenter and/or Cloud and/or Connectivity Platform and/or Big Data and/or Open Data and/or Analytics. All Citizen of India is eligible to participate in Intel & DST- Innovate for Digital India Challenge 2.0 competition. The last date of entry submission is October 21, 2016.
In Intel & DST- Innovate for Digital India Challenge 2.0 all the solution should address all problem faced by Indian Citizen in following fields;
This challenge competition will benefit from the continued support of MyGov. Participants should try to give the best solutions in this challenge which can help providing digitally transformative experiences to build a digital India.
|Class/ Age||Minimum 18 year old on September 1, 2016|
Selected Top 10 Teams
Upto Rs 3,00000
Application form for Intel & DST- Innovate for Digital India Challenge 2.0 are available, the completed application has to be submitted before 6 pm Friday, October 21, 2016. The Application Form is available in Hindi language.
The candidates who wish to apply for the competition must follow the link given above. On clicking the link, the participants will be taken to a landing page featuring the application form with various fields, wherein, the candidate have to fill the following information:
Personal information - this section seeks information about the applicant and their contact details. personal details of the applicant (except name and city) would be kept confidential.
Startup & Team Information, Product or Service Information and Additional Information on your Solution - this section is for the evaluating panel. this information will be treated in complete confidence and seen by the evaluating panel only. all rights of your business idea will vest with you.
Funding Information: This information is needed to help the evaluating panel understand the stage of the startup.
Basic Information - While giving information in this segment, the participants must note that this information is for public consumption, hence, the participants are advised not to provide any confidential data in these fields.
The participant will have to fill out the application form and click 'Submit on the official website.
The application form can be submitted online only. On successful submission, the participant will receive a confirmation email from the server.
PHASE 1: Application Submission: the candidates will have to apply for the contest before the due date. Up to 20 teams will be shortlisted based on predefined criteria.
PHASE 2: Screening : T-hub will shortlist and select top 20 teams and invite them Hyderabad for presenting their Conceptual Initial Stage, Concepts, Business plan in front of Panel of experts for Evaluation process.
PHASE 3: Nano accelerator program: The Accelerator phase will include a residential boot camp at Hyderabad, virtual team management and mentoring by a panel of experts from across Government, Intel, T- Hub and Industry.
PHASE 4: Go to Market Program: The three teams shortlisted for this phase will receive development grants of up to Rs. 500,000 per team along with market access support.
PHASE 5: Grand Finale ; Top teams will be announced. Up to top three teams will be invited to Delhi for a grand finale to showcase their GTM solutions based on Intel® Architecture to a panel of expert.
3rd Floor, Room no-3015,
Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology,
Lodhi Road, New Delhi - 110003,India
T-hub and Intel, My Gov