The fourth edition of DiGi Challenge for Change has been launched to gather ground-breaking ideas on solving our community”s most pressing issues by the youths. This year, the programme will focus on challenging Malaysian to create and develop ground-breaking ideas for mobile application that focuses on bringing Malaysians together for a positive change and for the first time, DiGi also introduces its Prime Minister ‘s Innovation Award.
Further development of the app will be supported by DiGi through various customers touch point and also through the partnership with Microsoft Malaysia and Google Malaysia, through MDeC’s ICONApps platform, and though the support of PEMANDU and selected platforms under the Economic Transformation Programme.
Ideation challenge (28 November 2012 to 27 January 2013)
In this challenge, Malaysians are encouraged to summit their innovative ideas for a mobile application that is able to “bring Malaysians together and make life better for local communities”. Ideas will be divided into the following categories:
Help enhance, foster, and encourage learning using Mobile Apps.
Finding and sharing information of オンライン カジノ Malaysia for example, Places to visit, popular eateries, unique events, etc.
Create ideas for mobile apps that drive Malaysians to work together as well as better productivity.
Apps that help Malaysians live a better lifestyle by sharing community tips and activities.
Ideas that can help Malaysian create a healthier way of living.
All ideas will be open for the public to vote. Only the top 20 most popular from the public and top 10 best ideas selected by DiGi will qualify to compete in the final judging. The top 5 winning ideas will a awarded with RM5000 each. The top 5 will also be in the running for a chance to win and receive the Prime Minister’s Innovation Award and also an additional RM25, 000.
App development challenge (25 February to 22 May 2013)
Malaysian developers will compete to build the best mobile app base on the top 5 ideas from the Ideation challenge. The finish app will then be made available for the public to download and review. The most popular app for the 5 ideas, with the judges’ final decision will win the challenge and be rewarded with RM25, 000.
Both challenge for The DiGi Challenge for Change is open to all Malaysians 12 years old and above
For more information, please visit http://www.dgcfc.my
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