Upcoming events

Weekly meetups at Google

 The Code for India hackathon, Bangalore 2014

The Code for India Hackathons are aimed at bringing like-minded individuals together as a team to build technological solutions for non-profits that’ll help solve real challenges in India at scale.

Join us at the Code for India hackathon in Bangalore and Mountain View this May!


Code for India volunteers – weekly meetups

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All Saturdays - 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m.
369 N. Whisman Road, Mountain View
(Google Building QD7) -


We are actively recruiting for project leads, developers, designers and volunteers, so go ahead and register to make an impact!

Past events

 The India Hackathon at Stanford, 2013

With 144 attendees, 20 challenges and 15 teams, the India Hackathon at the Stanford University on October 5, 2013 successfully brought like-minded people together to work on solutions to real problems on the field through cross-disciplinary collaboration.

With a opening statement from Karl Mehta, founder of Code for India and a keynote address from Ram Shriram, board member at Google, the event kick-started with a resonating call towards action that stuck with the teams for the rest of the day.

We were fortunate to have amazing support from The Center for South Asia at Stanford and the Stanford India Association, as well as our technical partners – Google, Amazon and Intel Capital. Our challenge partners – Akshaya Patra, World Bank, Swaniti, Ubuntu at Work, Archive of Indian Music, Parishudh, She++, Healing Fields Foundation, and CDDRL at Stanford – gave us crucial insights to their work on the field, lending us direction in our approach towards tangible solutions.

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