TERMS & CONDITIONS
The final decisions of the judges are to be based on the following parameters:
- Feasibility – Business & Technology
At the end of Challenge, teams should be prepared with a presentation of their solution (as per
guidelines/template that will be specified), as their final submission.
The jury will assign a score, which will then determine the ranking of each participating team. In the
event of a tie, subsequent voting will be held until the winning teams have been selected. Format is
subject to change.
The top 50 shortlisted startups will be invited for the final pitch in front of Jury, on 8th May ‘20 &
winners will accordingly be declared, on the same day. Jury decision is not open to be revisited or
Code of Conduct :
- Must not impersonate or misrepresent your affiliation with any person or entity.
- Must not victimize, harass, degrade, or intimidate an individual or group of individuals on the
basis of religion, gender, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, age, or disability
- Adhere to rules and guidelines shared by the organising team.
- If information provided during online registration is found to be incomplete and/or inaccurate,
even if related to just one team member, the entire Team concerned will be excluded from the
- Teams may not be changed once the competition has begun
- It is mandatory that submissions/ideas/solutions/finale presentation deck are your original work
and you have secured all rights necessary from third parties, to submit the Entry for the
- Please note that after the Event you and/or your Entry may be publicized in advertisements
related to the Event. These advertisements may be distributed online and posted on our site, our
affiliates’ sites or third-party websites.
- While we reserve the rights set forth above, we are not obligated to use your Entry for any
purpose, even if it has been selected as a winning Entry.
- By confirming your participation, you are agreeing to the terms mentioned above.
- If you are a student, you are required to carry original & photocopy of consent letter
from college that you are representing, clearly stating the following 1) you are a student
of the current batch in the college with course details 2) no objection from college for
your participation In the NIPP Mobility Challenge 3) confirmation that the college has
communicated to and has the consent of the parent/s/guardian of the student, for
participating in the challenge
- The rights to any existing IP will remain with participants (startups, students, corporate). The
respective use case sponsors (corporates) will have the prerogative to initiate discussions
regarding transfer of IP rights after the Challenge. NASSCOM will not be party to the
discussions on IP between Corporate and Startup/ Student team.