Metropolis 2014

The Results of Final Round of Hackathon at XI Metropolis Congress 2014  - The following six teams have been selected in the final round:

Team No.Team NameCategoryTeam members
269CybercitizensGrievance ManagementAtul Mantri
Mohammed Saher hasan
293HydParkParking ManagementKranthi Kumar Kukkala
335TechmarvelsTech for Senior citizenA Sai Kiran
Rakesh Bachu
Vishal Pallerla
245AvighnMaking City SafeSiddharth das
Barendra Sekhar
277ConceptwavesMaking City SafeRaghu Kanchustambham
Srikant Panda
Karthik Majeti
419NanoHealthMaking City SafeManish Ranjan
Aditi Vaish
Ashish Bondia
Pranav Maranganty
Ramanathan Lakshmanan
Teams selected for the final round are requested to report at HICC, Hyderabad on  6th, October 2014 at 8:30AM sharp for the finale of Hyderabad Urban Youth Hackathon event at XI Metropolis Congress. This list of the selected teams (Pre-Hackathon results) can be found below.
Please note the following instructions:
  1. Get your laptop
  2. Bring valid Identity proof - Drivers licence, PAN card etc.
  3. Registration for the finale will be at the Hackathon reception in ground floor of HICC.
  4. Get Wifi information and setup it up on the laptop and proceed to the venue.
VenueHyderabad International Convention Centre, Hitex Rd, Izzat Nagar, Kothaguda, Hyderabad, Telangana 500084, India
  • 8.30 am: Registration for Hackathon
  • 9.30 am to 1 pm: Teams work on their apps (a few of the international delegates might also join in) 
  • 1 pm to 3 pm : Jury members go to each table and assess and select 10 teams to make final presentation 
  • 3 pm to 5-30 pm: Presentation by 10 teams (15 min each)
  • 5.30 pm to 6 pm: Jury discussions and selecting the 5 winners
 Note that Lunch will be provided from 12:30 PM.

Pre-Hackathon Results : Following are the short-listed candidates/teams for the final Hyderabad Urban Youth Hackathon event at XI Metropolis Congress to be held on  6th, October 2014 at HICC, Hyderabad. Teams are requested to report at HICC, Hyderabad on  6th, October 2014 at 8:30AM sharp. A separate email is being sent to selected teams with details.

1Black bullets176Traffic ManagementN. Rohith Raj
2DigiPark202Parking ManagementMukesh Mittal
3Social Evangelist231Disaster ManagementKavir Kaycee
4Avighn245Making City SafeSiddharth  Goutam  Das
5Tech hackers257Traffic ManagementR  SAIRAM
6TIPS258Disaster ManagementMrudula Duggi
7GetAdrs267House NumberingKartik Thum
8Cybercitizens269Grievance ManagementAtul Mantri
9Housetrackers255House NumberingSai Sharan Amaravadhi
10Conceptwaves277Making City SafeRaghu Kanchustambham  
11HydPark293Parking ManagementKranthi Kumar Kukkala
12OneEye318Making City SafeHemanth K Satyanarayana
13Techmarvels335Tech for Senior citizenA.Sai Kiran
14Hacker's day out342Local authority GovernanceRaghuram Doraiswamy
15BlueRangers366Traffic ManagementCh Sai Krishna 
16Hackweiser367Making City SafeAnubhav Agarwal
17Juggernaut416House NumberingRamanand Murthy
18NanoHealth419Making City SafeManish Ranjan
19Parkeasy203 & 360Parking ManagementSreya V S
20Minions294 & 370People's ParticipationSanjay Dasari


The idea of Hackathon is to create an atmosphere of friendly competition and collaboration across various institutions and verticals. It can also be useful in generating practical solutions to very challenging problems. However, prototypes developed at Hackathon are nascent and thus need further nurturing and incubation. In view of this, the Government of Telangana is encouraging incubation of successful ideas at Hackathon into a full fledged venture.

This also provides a platform for policy makers, programmers and management students to work together for innovation and creation of value towards solving social and urban problems.


Metropolis, World Association of the Major Metropolises, is the leading international organisation that gathers cities and metropolitan regions with more than a million inhabitants.

Created in 1985, the Metropolis Association is represented by more than 130 members from across the world and operates as an international forum for exploring issues and concerns common to all big cities and metropolitan regions. Metropolis also manages the Metropolitan Section of United Cities and Local Governments (UCLG).

The City of Hyderabad, host city of the 11th World Congress of METROPOLIS, presents the virtues of a democratic city – A City for All. It’s rich culture, tradition, social equity, economic prosperity and demographic dividend makes it a reference among the future cities.

The vast experience, learning and challenges of the host city and urban India provides an excellent opportunity for the 11th World Congress of METROPOLIS to gather, engage, debate and share the global dialogue on urbanisation with stakeholders of the cities around the world.