Imagine Cup Bangladesh 2015: How to Submit Your Project Online


Because this is the first time we are hosting the Imagine Cup Bangladesh 2015 competition online due to unavoidable circumstances. This blog post gives you a short tour of the submission process for your project.

If you have followed the instruction at https://aka.ms/icreg and registered your team, you now have to follow the instruction below to submit your project by April 15, 2015 at 23.59. Beyond that time period you will not be able to submit anything for the competition. We kept project submission an extremely simple process.

Step 1: Go to Dashboard. For this example, I already have created a team called Team Bangladesh and a list of competition available to me as a contestant from Bangladesh – register for the competition as I have done so for Innovation category as below:

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Step 2: Now click on submit which will reveal the project artifacts for you to submit as part of your entry to the competition. Remember the deadline for submission is April 15, 2015 at 23:59. Make sure that you try to submit way before the deadline so that your internet won’t trouble you in the process.

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The requirements of the submission are fully described in detail as seen above. Remember failure to send any of these, least but not limited to full source code of the solution zipped, instruction on setting up machine, list of freely available software/tools that need to be installed prior to running the program and how to run the program itself, 10-minute video of your presentation in wmv/mp4 format, project proposal in doc, docx, pdf, ppt, pptx no longer than 10-pages/20-slides. Before you submit please read all of this post.

Grab this opportunity to stomp new horizon of possibility, passion, expertise, recognition and acquaintance. Gear up to flaunt your skills in the local as well as international arena of next-gen games and apps, and battle it out with the brightest students around the world. And who knows - with the technical support, mentorship and grants from Microsoft, your brainchild could become the next best business to an afflicting social issue and earn you the bragging rights, cash & prizes, and access to prestigious IT events around the world.

Comments (2)

  1. Prantik Biswas says:

    Two of our team members are from Rajshahi. Under the present circumstances it is quite impossible for us to make a live presentation video where all of  our team members are present in a single video. Will it be a problem if only two of our team members are present in live video of 10 minutes?

  2. Tanzim Saqib says:

    Ask them to shoot a video by their side as well, and then combine two clips.

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