CCTNS Hackathon & Cyber Challenge 2021

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CCTNS HACKATHON & CYBER CHALLENGE – INTRODUCTION

NCRB and CyberPeace Foundation has joined hands to organize second CCTNS Hackathon & Cyber Challenge with an aim to enhance skills and deepen understanding of the police personnel at ground level. It also an endeavor of NCRB to evolve new ideas and solution for solving day-to-day problems faced by police.

 

For registrations visit: https://www.cyberchallenge.in

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CCTNS Scheme had been conceptualized as a comprehensive and integrated system for enhancing the efficiency and effective policing at all levels and especially at the Police Station level in order to achieve the following key objectives:

Creating Centralized Databases

Creating State and Central levels databases on crime and criminals starting from FIRs.

Sharing Real-time Information

Enable easy sharing of real-time information/ intelligence across police stations, districts and States.

Prevention

Improved investigation and crime prevention.

Citizen Portals

Improved service delivery to the public/ stakeholders through Citizen Portals.

COMPETITION DETAILS

Cyber Challenge India Opens

Evaluation Process

First Round : All entries received will be shortlisted in the first round by screening committee, mutually identified by NCRB & CyberPeace Foundation.

Second Round: The shortlisted entries from the first round, will be further evaluated in the final round by the Jury members comprising of experts in the field. The participants will be required to give a presentation (10 minutes) followed by Q&A (5mins). During this time, they will also be given opportunity to share applications, investigative aids, videos, tools and proof of concept. The Jury will select best 3 entries as winners of each Tracks.

Track-1 – Ideas to improve NCRB IT Applications (available on digitalpolice.gov.in)

NCRB has launched several innovative IT applications for Indian Police which are available on https://digitalpolice.gov.in

  • CriMAC
  • Unify
  • CyTrain
  • Central Citizen Services
  • Report a Cybercrime

An opportunity for police personnel to share ideas to improve these IT applications. Entries will be accepted on individual basis and not in groups.

Participants: Police personnel from States/UTs or CPOs.

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Track 2 - eRaksha Awards for Innovative Solutions

Inviting coders, thinkers, innovators & problem solvers across all segments – civilians (students, professionals, entrepreneurs) and the police personnel (all files & ranks) to participate in this track and provide solutions to the below mentioned problem statements. Entries will be accepted on an individual basis and not in groups.

  1. Geo-Fencing Methodology for Police Stations
  2. Innovative Technologies & Approaches to solving Cyber Crimes
  3. Crime Data Analytics for PCR Van deployment
  4. Effective & Sustainable Policy Ideas for ensuring Safe & Peaceful Cyber Space
  5. Network/Link Analysis of criminals based on CCTNS Data
  6. Offline Speech to Text Convertor in English and Hindi
  7. Blockchain implementation for CCTNS/NCTC Documents

Participants : Civilians (students, professionals, entrepreneurs) and the Police Personnel (all files & ranks)

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Evaluation Process

First Round : All entries received will be shortlisted in the first round by screening committee, mutually identified by NCRB & CyberPeace Foundation.

Second Round: The shortlisted entries from the first round, will be further evaluated in the final round by the Jury members comprising of experts in the field. The participants will be required to give a presentation (10 minutes) followed by Q&A (5mins). During this time, they will also be given opportunity to share applications, investigative aids, videos, tools and proof of concept. The Jury will select best 3 entries as winners of each Tracks.

Evaluation Process

First Round : All entries received will be shortlisted in the first round by screening committee, mutually identified by NCRB & CyberPeace Foundation.

Second Round: The shortlisted entries from the first round, will be further evaluated in the final round by the Jury members comprising of experts in the field. The participants will be required to give a presentation (10 minutes) followed by Q&A (5mins). During this time, they will also be given opportunity to share applications, investigative aids, videos, tools and proof of concept. The Jury will select best 3 entries as winners of each Tracks.

Track-3 – Identification of New IT Applications for Policing for Pan-India Rollout

An opportunity for police personnel to identify new IT applications for Police which can be developed for Police and rolled out across the country. Entries will be accepted on individual basis and not in groups.

Participant: Police Officers of ranks –Inspectors and below

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Awards & Schedule

CCTNS Hackathon & Cyber Challenge offer unique opportunity to the participants to advance their skill, knowledge and build networks for future growth. A total of 9 awards will be given across 3 tracks (3 awards in each track). The winners will receive trophies, certificates and industry sponsored kits. The winners will also get an opportunity to network with senior officers, administrators, industry experts and policy makers in the field.

03 Feb 2021

Launch of the contest & opening of registrations

21 Feb 2021

Closure of Registrations

16 Feb 2021 - 2 March 2021

Evaluations

5 Mar 2021

Declaration of winners

11 Mar 2021

Award Ceremony

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Schedule

03rd February 2021: Launch of the contest & opening of registrations
21st February 2021: Closure of Registrations
16th February – 02nd March 2021: Evaluations
5th March 2021: Declaration of winners
11th March 2021: Award Ceremony

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