[India-discuss] Regarding Hackathon Sponsoring

Sunveer Singh singhsunveer54 at gmail.com
Thu Sep 6 00:26:49 PDT 2018


We come to know that, students will be having exams in December and also
there is the new years eve, so we decided to shift the dates to April 13-14
2019, as this date is after the event and this is the second weekend, so we
can expect people to come. Is it okay?

And by-the-way we require sponsors that can help us with funds!

Thank You

On Thu, Sep 6, 2018 at 7:42 AM Rajat Shinde <rajatshinde2303 at gmail.com>

> Hi Sunveer!
> Greetings.
> Thanks for the information. I feel that it is a great idea. Please let me
> know if I can be of any help in this regard.
> With best wishes
> Rajat Shinde
> Prime Minister's Research Fellow 2018
> OSGeo-India Charter
> On 04-Sep-2018 10:59 PM, "Sunveer Singh" <singhsunveer54 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello, Hope you guys are going good!
> I am Sunveer, high school student from India, I am also Google Code-in
> 2017 Grand Prize winner with OSGeo.
> I am Planning, to host a high school hackathon in India. As there are very
> less hackathons in India and especially very very less for high school
> students, so I thought of hosting a hackathon for high school students.
> And I contacted Jeff McKenna, he suggested to post this message in India's
> mailing list,  so I am here, Thanks to Jeff!
> And also I will be giving lectures on Open Source and Especially OSGeo and
> its umbrella organisations if this event got enough sponsors so that this
> event can be hosted.
> And the name of hackathon is
> Hack High: hackhigh.github.io
> Thank You
> --
> Thank You
> Sunveer
> https://sunveersingh.github.io/
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