Google Cloud introduced the launch of the ‘Fixing for India Hackathon’ collection throughout 100 engineering faculties of India. The hackathon goals to supply college students with publicity to enterprise challenges, give entry to applied sciences from Google Cloud and AMD powered situations and provide a platform to showcase their coding expertise and creativity.
As a part of the collection, Google Cloud in collaboration with GeeksforGeeks will plan, execute and host digital and in-person Hackathons on their on-line platform. Each GeeksforGeeks and Google Builders will leverage their scholar neighborhood and campus ambassadors for max variety of registration and participation. The collection in 100 faculties began January 2023, adopted by internet hosting 4 regional undertaking showcase occasions and a finale at a nationwide degree symposium in June.
The flagoff occasion for the Fixing for India Hackathon Collection was held in Gurgaon on January 31 with a particular keynote by Dr Buddha of All India Council for Technical Training [AICTE] and Arvind Gupta of Digital India Basis. Additionally in attendance have been the winners of the 2022 Google Cloud Subsequent Massive Factor Hackathon, Staff Zacharias from Persistent Techniques.
Bikram Singh Bedi, Managing Director, Google Cloud India mentioned, ‘Fixing for India’ speaks to our need to advance college students’ coding expertise and encourage them to creatively interact with Google Cloud. The hackathon will play a task in nurturing future change-makers who’re industry-ready and geared up with the technical expertise wanted to hit the bottom operating, revolutionary mindset, nurtured by mentors who will encourage them about what’s potential.”
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