Hackademia: A Premier 3-Day Residential Hackathon at King’s College Nepal is All Set to Go!

Hackademia: A Premier 3-Day Residential Hackathon at King’s College Nepal is All Set to Go!

In a pioneering initiative, King’s College Nepal is set to host “Hackademia,” a three-day residential hackathon from November 30th to December 2nd, 2023. This event is strategically designed to harness the transformative potential of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Data Science in elevating teaching methodologies, with a particular focus on fostering a supportive ecosystem for educational professionals.

The primary objective of Hackademia is to provide a dynamic platform where participants, including students, technology enthusiasts, and EdTech startups, can converge to innovate, broaden their networks, and contribute meaningfully to the advancement of education through the incorporation of cutting-edge technologies.

Participants are invited to engage in this collaborative journey towards educational improvement at King’s College on the aforementioned dates. This event promises not only inspiration and learning opportunities but also the chance to receive due recognition for valuable contributions.

Event Details:

Date: November 30th to December 2nd, 2023
Venue: King’s College Nepal

Registration Information:

Registration Fee: NPR 2500/- per Team (Fees to be paid after selection)


  • Winning Prize: NPR 50,000
  • Best Presentation: NPR 20,000
  • Best Solution Proposed: NPR 20,000
  • Best Team Dynamics: NPR 10,000

Interested participants are encouraged to register promptly for Hackademia, as this exceptional event offers not only a chance to contribute to positive changes in education but also the opportunity to receive certificates of appreciation. Additionally, participants stand a chance to join exclusive bootcamps and webinars hosted by the organizing companies.

For Registration and Inquiries:

Contact Person: Anupama Rai
Contact Number: +977 9803383320

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to be at the forefront of driving positive change in education. Your participation in Hackademia could be the catalyst for transforming the landscape of teaching practices and educational technology.

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