Illuminati 2024

Illuminati 2024


Are you ready to redefine possibilities? Illuminate the future with us at the Illuminati hackathon

Team Dynamics

Teams: Atmost 5 members in a team



1st – 20,000
2nd– 8,000
Registration Fees: Rs.200

Rules and Regulations:

– Teams should be made up exclusively of accepted hackers who are not organizers, volunteers, mentors, judges, sponsors, or any other privileged position at the event.
– Teams can gain advice and support from organizers, volunteers, sponsors, and others.
– All work on a project must be done at the hackathon.
– Teams can use an idea they had before the event.
– If teams want to work on a common idea they will be allowed to do so and will be judged on the quality of their hack.(These days it’s hard to find something that’s fully original and teams might not know an idea has been done before anyway.)-Teams can work on an idea that they have worked on before (as long as they do not re-use code).
– Teams can use libraries and/ or frameworks in their projects. Working on a project before the event and open-sourcing it for the sole purpose of using the code during the event is against the spirit of the rules and is not allowed resulting in disqualification effective immediately from the hackathon.
– Teams must stop hacking once the time is up. However, if during demoing your hack you find a bug that breaks your application and the fix is only a few lines of code, it’s okay to fix that. Making large changes or adding new features is not allowed.
– Any form of religious commentary or political stances that are deemed objectionable by the review committee may result in immediate disqualification of the team.
– Teams can be disqualified from the competition at the organizers’ discretion. Reasons might include but are not limited to breaking the Competition Rules, breaking the Code of Conduct, or other unsporting behaviour.
– Teams are required to have at least one member of the team present in the hackathon venue at all times for the duration of the entire event

Code of Conduct:

1. Inclusivity and Respect:

-Treat everyone with respect and kindness.
-Embrace diversity and inclusivity; respect differences in opinions, backgrounds, and experiences.


2. Collaboration:

-Encourage a collaborative and supportive atmosphere.
-Share knowledge and be open to learning from others.


3. No Harassment:

-Harassment or discrimination of any form, including but not limited to, verbal, physical, or visual harassment, is not tolerated.


4. Safe Environment:

-Ensure the hackathon venue and online platforms are safe spaces for all participants.
-Report any unsafe conditions or incidents to the organizers.


5. Intellectual Property:

-Respect the intellectual property of others.
-Do not use or incorporate proprietary code without permission.


6. Professionalism:

-Maintain a professional and constructive demeanor.
-Avoid disruptive behavior that may hinder others’ progress.


7. Adherence to Rules:

-Follow the rules and guidelines set by the organizers.
-Failure to comply may result in disqualification from the hackathon.


8. Code Review and Sharing:

-Share code responsibly, ensuring it adheres to ethical standards.
-Respect licenses and permissions when sharing code.


9. Reporting Violations:

-Report any violations of this code of conduct to the organizers promptly.

-Violations of this code of conduct may result in warnings, removal from the event,
or other appropriate actions as determined by the organizers.

Faculty Co-ordinators :


Prof. Kapil Chotaliya,

+91 9979226189 ,


Prof. Raju Nakum,

+91 8690436807,

Student Coordinators :


Tanush Pradhan,

+91 9773480384,


Surabh Chaudhari,

+91 7043859080,

1. Scan QR Code and pay registration fees using any payment app.
2. Take a screen shot of payment receipt.
3. Scan QR Code for registration form, fill it and upload payment receipt.

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