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    Non-Medical solution Online-Hackathon


    Do you have a Non-Medial solution to contain the spread of CoViD-19? If you have, this is the right platform for you.

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    The IDEA behind


    An open platform for all Non-Medical students and professionals to come up with a solution while you isolate at homes

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    You need to think of all the problem caused by CoViD-19 that you would like to solve. You can work together or submit solo


The students of Non-Medical Background, Under Graduates, Engineering and Post-Graduates are eligible to participate in the Hackathon. The students must be studying in the colleges of Nellore district. The passed out students from the Nellore district are also eligible to participate.


From 29-03-2020, the students/professionals can register their details in the website and the registration link will be active till 17-05-2020. It is an individual online-hackathon, only one person is allowed.

Prize Details

Every participant are eligible for a participation certificate upon submiting a project. For outstanding participant, we have...

You don't have to be a Coder to be a part of it CoViD-19 Online-Hackathon!

Working with your Idea or your project and it's understanding is just as important as making sure that the wheelbase of your car is ok, before driving it. This is why we are sure of online-hackathon, such as the CoViD-19, provides awesome practice for all of these skills!

In 2020 AP’s Biggest Online-Hackathon on CoViD-19…

…And with the all your inovative ideas, India fights CoViD-19.

Organised by District Administration SPSR Nellore District


All the brave under-grads, grads and post-grads


Any Non-Medical professionals from the field of IT or Non-IT

   Online-Hackathon Disciplines


Great Idea leads the way for developing an inovative model..


Any working model or prototype could be a help to the society...


From VR technologies to all kinds of other hardware gadgets could be used to demostrate the possible solution...


Solve a problem with IOT...


…And with the participation you have the oppurtunity not only to help the nation and the society but also win some handsome amount.

1st Prize

Rs 50,000

  For 1 participant

2nd Prize

Rs 25,000 

  For 2 Participants

3rd Prize

Rs 5,000

  For 5 Participants


Rs 1,000 

  For 10 Participants

…And all participants are eligible for certificate from the district administration.

 Online-Hackathon Organiser

…And with this SPS Nellore, AP government organises its first ever biggest online-Hackathon on CoViD 19

District Administration SPS Nellore District

The name of Nellore district has been changed as Sri Potti Sriramulu Nellore District on 4th June, 2008. SPSR Nellore District is one of the nine Coastal districts of Andhra Pradesh and it is the Southern most one. It lies between 13o 25’ and 15o 55’ N of the Northern Latitude and 79o 9’ and 80o 14’ of the Eastern Longitude. It spreads over an area of 13,076 Sq.Kms and these accounts for 4.75% of total area of the State.

The geographical, topographic and demographic features besides other socio economic aspects of S.P.S.Nellore District are delineated hereunder.

BOUNDARIES OF THE DISTRICT : The district is bounded by the following places and features on all the four sides.

East : Bay of Bengal
West : Veligonda Hills which separately it from Kadapa district
North : Prakasam District
South : Chittoor District and Tamilnadu


There are 5 Revenue Divisions with headquarters at Kavali, Nellore,Gudur, Atmakur and Naidupet. 46 Revenue Mandals with equal number of Mandal Parishads are also existing in the District. A total of 940 Gram Panchayats are in position comprising all notified Gram Panchayats.

There is 1 Municipal Corporation at Nellore, 5 Municipalities at Kavali,Gudur, Venkatagiri, Atmakur and Sullurpet and One Nagar Panchayat at Naidupet.


The total area of the district is 13,076 Sq.Kms. The total population of the district as per 2011 population census is 29.64 lakhs. Out of this, the rural and urban populations are 21.06 lakhs and 8.58 lakhs respectively forming 71.06 % and 28.94% of total population. The density of population is 227 per Sq.km. The population of females per 1000 males is 985. The population covered under Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribe communities is 6.66 Lakhs and 2.86 Lakhs respectively. The decennial growth rate is registered at 11.05% whereas the density of population per Sq.Km has been increased from 204 to 227 in the period 2001-2011.

As regards the working population of the district, there are as many as 10.76 lakhs main workers out of the total population of 29.64 Lakhs. The balance being the non-workers to an extent of 16.49 lakhs. The main workers and marginal workers form 80.2% and 19.8% respectively out of the total work force.


The total geographical area of the district is 13.07 lakh hectares. Out of this, 20.80% of the area is covered by forests. The rest is distributed among Barren and Uncultivable land and Land Put to Non-Agricultural Uses which constitute 6.30% and 23.50% of the geographical area respectively. The Netarea sown forms 25.50% of the total geographical area while the cultivable waste, fallow lands, permanent pastures and miscellaneous tree

crops constitute 23.90%.



The Principal Rivers are Pennar and Swarnamukhi. The other streams are Kandaleru and Boggeru which are occasionally torrential in Character during rainy season. The rivers and rivulets remain dry for major part of the year and carry floods during rainy season. Pennar river is the most important one and flows for about 112 Kms in the district which serve as a boon to the eastern half of the taluks of Nellore and Kovur. Two anicuts are situated one at Sangam and the other at Nellore.


The soils of the district are classified as black, red and sandy. The red soil is predominant with 40% of the area in the district whereas a belt of sand runs along the sea coast. The black cotton soil and sandy loams occupy 23% and 34% of the area respectively.


As much as 20.80% of the total area of the district is occupied by forest. But all the forests are not productive. Class I forests which are being under scientific management for a long time past registered good growth. The Plain forests are devoid of wild life worth the name. Hill forests harbour wild life and occasionally tigers cross over this district from the forests of Kadapa district. The Pulicat Lake in the district harbour migratory birds since it is the host of water birds. Fish and other marine organisms also thrive in the lake.

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