AppTeam NITH

Open Source Android Society of NIT Hamirpur

App Team is a team of NITH which designs official android applications for both Cultural and Technical Annual fest of NITH to represent college. Through app we inform all our users about the ongoing and upcoming events of these Fests and conduct various online events like quiz, newsfeed etc through app itself.


The reasons why you should join our community

  • To learn app development from scratch
  • To being a part of official android society/team of college
  • To become full stack developer
  • To learn object oriented programming
  • To challenge yourself
  • To experience team work and collaboration
  • To learn, practice and experience important of open source software development

What we do?

  • We develop various android applications for the technical and cultural fest of our college.
  • We conduct workshops throughout the year on various topics like git, android, open source contribution,etc.
  • We conduct a hackathon every year.
  • We organize various technical talks also.

Honor and Awards to AppTeam NITH

  • Best Promotional Team Award during Nimbus’17
  • Best Creative Team Award during Nimbus’16

Members and Alumni

Will be updated soon….

code of conduct


These are the values to which people in the community should aspire.

  • Be friendly and welcoming
  • Be patient
    • Remember that people have varying communication styles and that not everyone is using their native language. (Meaning and tone can be lost in translation.)
  • Be thoughtful
    • Productive communication requires effort. Think about how your words will be interpreted.
    • Remember that sometimes it is best to refrain entirely from commenting.
  • Be respectful
    • In particular, respect differences of opinion.
  • Be charitable
    • Interpret the arguments of others in good faith, do not seek to disagree.
    • When we do disagree, try to understand why.
  • Avoid destructive behavior:
    • Derailing: stay on topic; if you want to talk about something else, start a new conversation.
    • Unconstructive criticism: don’t merely decry the current state of affairs; offer—or at least solicit—suggestions as to how things may be improved.
    • Snarking (pithy, unproductive, sniping comments)
    • Discussing potentially offensive or sensitive issues; this all too often leads to unnecessary conflict.
    • Microaggressions: brief and commonplace verbal, behavioral and environmental indignities that communicate hostile, derogatory or negative slights and insults to a person or group.

People are complicated. You should expect to be misunderstood and to misunderstand others; when this inevitably occurs, resist the urge to be defensive or assign blame. Try not to take offense where no offense was intended. Give people the benefit of the doubt. Even if the intent was to provoke, do not rise to it. It is the responsibility of all parties to de-escalate conflict when it arises.

Be mindful of your language. Any of the following behavior is unacceptable:

  • Offensive comments related to gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, language, neuro-type, size, ability, class, religion, culture, subculture, political opinion, age, skill level, occupation, or background
  • Threats of violence
  • Deliberate intimidation.
  • Sexually explicit or violent material
  • Unwelcome sexual attention
  • Stalking or following
  • Or any other kinds of harassment