INDIAN ARMY’s ANNUAL CYBER SECURITY HACKATHON

SAINYA RANAKSHETRAM

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HACKATHON

16th October - 30th December 2021​

ABOUT THE

Sainya Ranakshetram is the Indian Army’s Annual Cyber Security Hackathon, organized by the Military College of Telecommunication Engineering, Rashtriya Raksha University, and ISAC.

Three Challenge Tracks

Compete in three different tracks and stand a chance to earn rewards

Prizes Upto 15 Lakhs

Get First, Second, or Third Prize when you win at each of the three tracks

Three Difficulty Levels

Each track has three levels - qualify at each stage to enter the final level

Internship Opportunites

The best performers stand a chance to win Internships with the Indian Army

Free Tech Workshops

Get free hands-on workshops to upskill yourself and your team for competing

National Recognition

Get National Recognition - the final winners will receive their prizes during Army Day!

TRACKS

Secure Coding

Secure coding is a set of practices that applies security considerations to how software will be coded and encrypted to best defend against cyber-attack or vulnerabilities.

Level 1 - 16th November, 2021

Level 2 - 23rd - 25th November, 2021

Level 3 - 6th to 30th December, 2021

Software Defined Radio

Software-defined radio is a radio communication system where components that have been traditionally implemented in hardware are instead implemented by means of software on a personal computer or embedded system.

Level 1 - 17th November, 2021

Level 2 - 23rd - 25th November, 2021

Level 3 - 6th to 30th December, 2021

Capture the Flag

A capture the flag (CTF) contest is a special kind of cybersecurity competition designed to challenge its participants to solve computer security problems and/or capture and defend computer systems

Level 1 - 18th November, 2021

Level 2 - 23rd - 25th November, 2021

Level 3 - 16th to 17th December, 2021

ABOUT MCTE

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The Military College of Telecommunication Engineering is the engineering training establishment for the Corps of Signals, established 1911, of the Indian Army. It is located near Indore, in the town formerly known as Mhow, now called Dr Ambedkar Nagar, in Madhya Pradesh.

Registration has ended for this Hackathon.

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