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The competition for students in India is back and is called - SAP University Alliances App Rumble India 2013!!

Read on to know how to take part. Check out this website - Contest Website

Contest Overview
Are you an undergraduate or graduate student at a University in India?
Do you have a great idea for a mobile application? 
If so, then SAP wants to hear from you!
SAP University Alliances and Labs India are inviting all tertiary students in Universities, Business Schools and engineering colleges in India to participate in this competition. Students are asked to take a Design Thinking approach leveraging the breakthrough database technology SAP HANA.
Ideas can fall under any SAP Industry, and can be business or consumer focused.  For more information on these topics, please refer to the Useful Links.   For the Official Contest Rules, click here.
To enter the Contest, students must first register their team on this website.Each team should consist of 2 members and a school can register any number of teams. Participating teams will submit their original app idea by sending a 4 minutes video presentation (incorporating and explaining the Design thinking approach and SAP HANA) upon confirmation of their registration. Students are required to explain their app idea using the steps of design thinking:
  1. Empathize - Understand the problem at hand
  2. Define - Research the problem and the topic
  3. Ideate - Come up with ideas that leverage mobile technology and real time data to solve the problem
  4. Prototype - Come up with the design and functionality of the solution, using any medium (paper, PowerPoint, white boards, etc.)
  5. Test - Survey the idea among users and gather feedback. Be sure to take advantage of this platform's functionality when performing this step.  You must do this step before you complete your entry.
Each team can submit only one entry. The sooner you submit your idea, the more feedback you are likely to receive. The final date to submit an idea is August 4th.
Students submissions will be judged using these criteria: Desirability, Feasibility, Viability, Creativity. Top ten teams will have the opportunity to work with SAP developers to build out their app idea. Based on the prototype submission, the top five finalist teams will be shortlisted who get to compete and present their prototype of app idea in the DemoJam at SAP Techniversity, Bangalore on 28th September 2013! The prizes for the winners of the competition are:
WinnerTotal Cash Prize in INR
(Gift voucher)
ChampionINR 100000
1st Runner upINR 30000
2nd Runner upINR 20000
4th and 5th teams will get cash vouchers of INR 10000 each. All team members of the 5 finalist teams will get a certificate of participation.
Prizes are non-transferable and no substitution is allowed except by SAP who reserves the right to award a prize of equal value if the advertised prize is unavailable.
Details of the Grand Finals will be provided to the 5 finalist teams at a later date.
So what are you waiting for? Put on that thinking hat and let the ideas roll!