CEL Kids Hackathon 2020

The registrations for CEL Kids Hackathon 2020 has started. Click here to read more about CEL Kids Hackathon. Grab early bird discount of 25% till 30 November 2019.

Prize Money for Winners

Top 6 winners will get,
1) INR 5000 for 1st Prize
2) INR 2500 for 2nd Prize
3) INR 2000 for 3rd Prize
4) INR 1500 for 4th Prize
5) INR 1000 for 5th Prize and
6) INR 500 for 6th Prize
All participants will receive certificates with feedback and goodies to encourage them to code more to make this world a better place.

Expert Panel of CEL Kids Hackathon 2020

Neha Soneji
Neha currently works as the Head - Education Programmes at Tech Mahindra Foundation, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) wing of Tech Mahindra Ltd. Neha works with the location teams on improvising Education strategy for the foundation, building meaningful relations with the government and non-government bodies and ensuring efficient execution of low cost high impact models.  A software engineer by profession, Neha's career switch to the development sector with the Teach For India Fellowship. She is passionate about working with children and is designing a career guidance program with her students.
Nazim Momin
Nazim Momin, Master in Electrical Engineering with specialization in VLSI (chip designing) graduated from Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, USA. He is currently working as a design engineer for Apple Inc. He is also Founder of Student Professional Network, which guides students in their academic and professional careers.

Timelines

Partners and Supporters

We are extremely grateful to our partners below for making a concerted effort to encourage children in India to learn coding and showcase their coding talent to make this world a better place,

School Partner

Maa Anandmayee Memorial School

Teaching Partner

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