Take the COVID-19 Solution Challenge and Help End the Lockdown

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The Government of India has taken necessary steps to ensure that the Chinese COVID-19 Pandemic Coronavirus does not spread in India. The blanket lockdown of over a billion people has indeed found praise from many parts of the world and India has, to a great extent, been able to control the spread thus far.

The Government of India is of the strong opinion that the most important factor in preventing the spread of Coronavirus is to empower citizens with the right information. Citizens at their end must take precautions as per the advisories being issued by Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India.

The Government of India is now inviting inputs from individuals and companies who can develop technologies and innovative solutions, datasets and Apps, etc. for diagnosis that can be leveraged for strengthening the fight against Coronavirus. What’s more? All the solutions will be evaluated for adoption and those selected will be suitable rewarded. And the prize money, for saving India and the world, indeed looks good:

  • 1st Prize: Rs. 1,00,000
  • 2nd Prize: Rs. 50,000
  • 3rd Prize: Rs. 25,000

What everyone wins: Survival!

Applicants must complete and submit the solution either as a PDF (max 3 A4 size pages with Font Arial, font size 12px) or a Youtube link (maximum 3 minutes duration).


Public Datasets for Research & Innovation on Coronavirus:


Last Date for Submitting Entries is 15 April, 2020.

Click here and Login to MyGov.in Website to Submit Your Solution.

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