A competitive contest to Design and Create websites!

We heard you want to be a web developer. 

Well now seems to be a great time to get started doesn’t it? We at DSC PESU EC are thrilled to present to you the very first iteration of a Web Development Hackathon- Webathon ’20 on 16th to 17th November, 2020.

So spark up your imagination and creativity and dazzle us with your unique webpage creations! With no restriction on themes, you and your team have a plethora of ideas to work with and design. 

Some beginners may find web development to be a daunting challenge, but don’t fret! We have a special keynote session by mentor Tanay Pratap just to guide you!!

Click on the link to hear Tanay talk about 3 mistakes of his engineering life!!!

We hope to introduce you to the exciting world of HTML, CSS, & Java through implementation. After all practice makes perfect, right? Furthermore this competition provides you with a hands on opportunity to delve into the vast world of Front-end , Back-end and Full stack. With prizes for the best submissions added to the mix there are a number of perks and skills to be gained. So what’re you waiting for? Register now with a team of 1 to 4 members! 

For any queries or doubts don’t hesitate to direct message us on our Instagram or contact us at - 

Email - dscpesu.ec@gmail.com



Scroll down to check the criterias

BEST IDEA - 1, 2, 6


BEST OVERALL - 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

View full rules

Hackathon Sponsors


6,000 in prizes

Best Idea

Best Implementation

Best Overall

Devpost Achievements

Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:


  • Country : India
  • Teams of sizes 1 - 4 people
  • All participants must be undergraduate students


Make sure you are registered for the hackathon with your team members on the Official registration form, else your submission will not be considered.

  1. short video (2-3 mins) l uploaded on youtube demonstrating your website - Voiceover is a must to help the judges understand your website better
  2. A few screenshots of the design process and final website - To show transperancy and originality of your work
  3. The link to your GitHub repository - make sure your repository is PUBLIC


Simran Chaudhary

Simran Chaudhary
Software engineer, Walmart

Pratik Gadhiya

Pratik Gadhiya
Frontend Engineer, smallcase

Judging Criteria

  • 1. Uniqueness(Ingenuity)
    While your idea need not be revolutionary, we will be looking for a certain element of uniqueness in the project. For example: cloning Twitter is okay, as long as you modify it in a way that solves someone's pain-point.
  • 2. Practical usecase(Impact)
    The project can create impact if it solves someone's pain point. There are many problems that we all face in daily life. You just need to observe, and you will have plenty of issues you can address.
  • 3. User Experience(Working MVP)
    It's always better to build 2 features than 5 half-baked features. In the end, at least you will have something you can show end-to-end. So make sure, that you start small, integrate independent parts, and then think of adding more features.
  • 4. Code quality & scalability
    Writing code is easy. Writing code that you can read after 6 months is hard. Aim for the latter, and you will be good to go. We don't expect you to write length documentation in the webathon, but we certainly expect that the code is readable to others.
  • 5. User Interface
    This criteria will test developer's skill to translate designs into effective UI. You don't need to create wireframes in designing tools, but think about how your website should behave on different screen resolutions, how consistent are the UI elements.
  • 6. Presentation
    Any product/service is good only if someone buys it. And for that to happen, creator should be able to present their creations. There's no loss while selling. You can only gain.
  • Brownie Points :)
    If your tech stack allows you to host your project on the internet, we will give you brownie points if you do that.