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Registration for Ed-Tech Hackathon
Register here for the Ed-Tech Hackathon, a one of its kind early education hackathon, organized by READ Alliance, Center for Knowledge Societies (CKS), and United States Agency for International Development (USAID) to create, develop and implement socially adept education technology solutions for various challenges related to early grade reading in India.

Please Note: Three winning apps/solutions will be chosen and awards will be given out based on their ranking.

• Free $100 Amazon Web Services credit for Hackathon participants
• The top three entries shall get $1000 Amazon Web Services credit
• The final winners will stand a chance to be part of a funded acceleration program supported by READ Alliance, USAID and other key partners

Developers may apply either as individuals or in teams with a maximum of 5 members in a team. The eligibility criteria is detailed out in the terms and conditions document.

For details about the Hackathon themes, challenges, and mentors, please visit

Information required from Applicants
Please fill in the following fields briefly but accurately.
Full Name *
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Mobile Phone Number *
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Primary e-mail Address *
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What is your background? *
Do you have a team for the Hackathon *
How many people are there in your team?
List the names and email addresses of all team members (comma separated)
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Will you be attending the App Developer Challenge in Bangalore or Delhi/NCR? *
Venue TBD
Apps Developed by the Team in the Past (provide names and links below) *
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Relevant Credential and/or Experience of the Team *
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Have you done any development work in the education space? If there's a link you can share, please paste below
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Do you have education experts within your team? If so, please share their LinkedIn Profile(s), CVs or other profiles below
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If you have won any Hackthons in the past, list the hackathons and winning apps
Give a brief description of the apps
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