Competition flow

  1. Originality and plagiarism: All submissions must be original work of the participating teams. Plagiarism of any form is strictly prohibited and would result in disqualification.
  2. Application deadline: Late submissions will not be considered.
  3. Submission format: All submissions should adhere to the specified format and guidelines provided by the competition organisers. This includes document structure, page limits and file formats.
  4. Language proficiency: Proficiency in the competition's designated language (typically English) is required for effective communication of solutions.
  5. Ethical conduct: All participants are expected to show respectful behaviour towards fellow participants, judges and organisers.
  6. Judging criteria: Criteria include innovation, feasibility, impact and presentation quality. Ensure that your submissions meet these criteria effectively.
  7. All materials submitted, prepared and produced by you or otherwise created during the championship are and will be the sole and complete property of Grant Thornton Bharat at all times and for all purposes.
  8. Teams can submit only one solution.
  9. Submissions are final; no modifications are allowed post-submission.
  10. Teams can use all available resources for research and development. Only publicly available data can be used; private datasets are prohibited.