Team Rescue, Trakit & Deadlock Win India Innovation Series – Kochi Hackathon

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IncubateIND’s India innovation series aims to create India’s largest Innovative Hackathon Series wherein the Young Technology Enthusiasts will solve the major problems that curbs the Indian growth story. India Innovation Series travels to 20+ cities across India and ignite the passion amongst students to build a better world around us.

India Innovation Series creates a platform between corporates, technology enthusiasts & citizens at large to create solutions which could impact the way we live.

Recently, the Hackathon series was held at Kochi in partnership with Inq Innovation and Kerala Startup Mission, on the challenges – E-Healthcare, Emergency Response, Women Security Solution, Smart Meter and Sustainable Growth Awareness.

The judges were:

Debasis Chakraborty, Program Director, INQ innovation

Vijetha Shastry, NASSCOM- Lead (open innovation)

Swapna Menon, Bioformatics Consultant

Bijoy Jose, Asst. Professor, CUSAT, Principal Technology consultant, (Pumex Infotech & Aret systems)

Abhijit Parkhi, Sr. Lead Engineer, Accelere Software /  Embold Technologies.

With their constant support and efforts, the event was a great success.


With lot of enthusiasm and hard work, there were three teams who did exceptionally well and were able to mark their position in the race. The teams were as follows:

Hackathon Winners! Won a cash prize of Rs. 15000/-

Team Name – RESCUE

Team members – Karthik Sankar K, Shivani Rai and Jithin

First Runner Up! Won a cash prize of 10000/-

Team Name – TRAKIT

Team members – Megha Joshi, Rohan Antonay Viji and Sriram

Second Runner Up! Won a cash prize of Rs. 7500/-

Team Name – DEADLOCK

Team members– Drishya Ramesh, Swathi Kasikali, Harshith Pabbati and Ashwin Shenoy

India Innovation Series will be travelling to several more cities to ignite the passion among the students and build a better world around us. Stay tuned for more updates. For more details and to know about the next cities in the list, you can visit the website – India Innovation Series.

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