About the event
Pick up a working code from the internet – use your creativity – transform the code to give a different output – get recognized for your work - embark on a career in Software Development.
Transformers aims to create a level playing field for all engineers from all streams to come and participate in a coding competition which will test your creativity irrespective of your programming experience.
Students from B.Tech/B.E. (third and final year) and M.Tech (both years) from all the branches
A winner will be chosen by ShortHills Tech (SHT) out of all the submissions across all campuses. Prize money to be announced soon!
Rs. 5000* cash prize + PPI/internship opportunity + SHT goodies!
Campus Second Runners-up
Rs. 2000* cash prize + PPI/Internship opportunity + SHT goodies!
All valid submissions will receive participation certificates
Campus First Runners-up
Rs. 3000* cash prize + PPI/internship opportunity + SHT goodies!
Live Project/PPI Opportunity
PPI Opportunity for exceptional submissions + SHT goodies!
Early Bird Offer
First 10 registrations from each college will receive a surprise gift!
*These are the minimum prizes we have kept for now. If we see overwhelming participation from the student community, (we expect that to happen) prize money can shoot up!
Rules and Regulations
This is not a team competition. Students need to register themselves individually.
One student cannot participate through multiple IDs. Though one can make multiple submissions.
Only full-time B.Tech/BE/M.Tech candidates can participate
There is no restriction on the number of students that can participate in a college
You will be evaluated on the output of the transformed code which focuses on:
The timeline of the competition will vary in the month of April to June for all the colleges.
Once the registration process ends on campus, it will take a fortnight to conclude the competition.
Want to join us and promote the competition in your college?
Become a Campus Coordinator!
SHT reserves the right to cancel the candidature of anyone found using malign practices.
If at a later stage, a candidate is found to have used any unfair practices during the competition, their internship/PPI will be canceled.
SHT reserves the right to publish your codes on its Github channel. The moral rights (Right of attribution) of the author will be protected.
Students submitting their codes for this competition shall not submit the same code for other competitions and vice versa.
While posting your codes on social media handles, students have to give credits to the organizers of the event in their posts.
Any decision of the competition judge, including interpretation, is final and there will be no re-evaluation of the same.
SHT reserves the right to modify, add any component/rule of the competition at any later stage in order to bring in more clarity and transparency. Students are requested to visit the competition page in order to keep themselves updated regarding any change.
By registering for this competition, you are accepting all the Terms and Conditions.