Indian Army Conducts First Ever Hackathon at Military College of Telecommunication Engineering, Mhow
In a bid to advance capability and ability in the utilization of arising innovations, and exhibit the mechanical side of the Indian Army, a first-of-its-sort Hackathon was directed at the Military College of Telecommunication Engineering (MCTE), Mhow under the general direction of the Shimla based Army Training Command (ARTRAC).
The occasion, “Sainya Ranakshetram”, was led from 01 Oct 2021 to 31 Dec 2021 as a team with the Rashtriya Raksha University, wherein more than 15000 members partook. The occasion was led essentially over the Internet and contained various difficulties in view of Secure Coding, Software Defined Radio double-dealing and Cyber Offensive abilities.
The features of the occasion included members contending with one another in the internet against recreated dangers. The occasion likewise facilitated various instructional meetings and master talks for the members. Digital fans from the nation over partook in the occasion, with significant reaction from country and far off regions.
Head of the Army Staff General MM Naravane congratulated the champs of the Hackathon during a web-based function held today. While recognizing that digital dangers from a large group of entertainers were perhaps the most basic test looked by the Nation today, the COAS said the Indian Army was alive to the danger and had found a way various ways to merge its capacities in the digital area.
He commended the endeavors made by the coordinators and the members for their inspiration, enthusiasm and soul towards every movement during the Hackathon. He likewise hoped everything would work out for them for their future undertakings, adding that this lady exertion would develop and advance over the long run to empower development and inventiveness in youthful personalities.