Technical Events

PAPER PRESENTATION

Teams are supposed to send their abstracts(100 to 150 words) explaining their ideas.Based on the abstracts received teams will be shortlisted to present the paper on the day of the event.

 

On the day of the event it would comprise of just one round where each team will be given an opportunity to present their paper and speak about their idea. At the end of each presentation the judges would ask the presenting team questions related to their idea.

 

RULES FOR PAPER PRESENTATION:

 

  • Team can have maximum of 3 students.

 

  • Maximum duration for presenting the paper is 10 minutes .

  • The paper should be in IEEE format.

  • Hard copy of the paper should be submitted on the day of the event.

  • Soft copy of the paper should be brought by the team in a pendrive.

  • Maximum 10 slides can be used for the presentation.

POSTER PRESENTATION

The teams are supossed to send their abstracts and out of which 15 best ones would be selected and the selected teams will recieve confirmation to present their poster on the day of the event.

 

On the day of the event it would comprise of just one round where each team will be given an opportunity to present their poster. A team would be given a maximum of 6 minutes to present and speak about their idea. At the end of each presentation the judges would ask the presenting team questions related to their idea.

 

 

 

RULES FOR POSTER PRESENTATION:

 

  • Team can have maximum of 3 students.

 

  • All posters should be in portrait format and size: A0 (1189 mm high and 841 mm wide).

  • A timer would be set to 6 minutes for each team to give their presentation.

  • Based on the poster presented top 3 teams will be selected and awarded with prizes.

ROBO RACING

The challenge is to build a robot competent enough to face all the hindrance on its way. The bot will be tested on factors such as compatibility, stability and speed. It also tests the controlling and decision making skills of the one controlling the robot. The basic target of the competition is to cover the maximum distance in shortest possible time, challenging the hurdles, and be one of the best opponents. It provides the contestant an open track full of enthusiasm for the rush to win with the robot. The fast speeds, tight turns, and exciting collisions awaits you.

 

The overall event will comprise of three rounds:

1st round (“Dry Run”)- The robots will be judged on the stability and performance with respect to a basic track.

 

2nd round (“Time Trail”)- The selected teams will compete in ‘Time Trail’ i.e the qualifier round where they have to undergo a level 2 track with an increased difficulty level.

 

3rd round (“Toughs and Crests”)- Further selected teams will compete in the final round i.e ‘Toughs and

Crests’ where they will be tested on their ability to maneuver steep slopes, sharp turns and hindrances in addition to the clock tickling fast.

Rules and Descriptions:

  • Each team can have maximum 3 members. Students from different institutes can form a team.

  • The robot should not damage the arena.

  • The robot must not leave behind any of its parts during the run; else it will result in disqualification

  • Only DC powered robots are allowed, no other variables would be permitted.

  • All types of batteries and motors are allowed.

  • Machine must not contain any readymade kits and IC engines.

  • Judge’s decision will be considered final.

  • Track will be revealed on spot.

  • The competition is based on time trail system. There will be an elimination round for each team.

  • The top team from Qualifier round makes it to the final round on basis of time trials and based on minimum number of human contact with robot.

  • In qualifier round hand touches are allowed with penalty of 10 seconds. For each hand touch, penalty time will be added further to overall time required by robot for completion of specified round.

  • If robot goes off course of the track, penalty of 5 seconds will be added each time to the overall time attained by robot for round completion.

  • Robot Specifications:

  • The maximum dimension of the robot can be 30 x 30 cm (l x b).

  • The robot may be wired or wireless.

  • The length of the wire (for wired bots) should be long enough to cover the whole track and wire should remain slack during the complete run.

  • Max weight should be limited by 5kg.

  • Readymade toys car are not allowed.

MINOR PROJECT

On the day of the event, the participants will have to explain the construction and the working of the project.Projects will be judged on the basis of the understanding of the concepts,innoovation and autheticity of the projects and the presentation skills of the participants.

 

RULES FOR MINOR PROJECT:

 

  • A team can have a maximum of 3.

  • Project should be self made.

  • Readymade projects are not allowed.

  • The working model of the project is to be brought on the day of the event.

CIRCUIT DEBUGGING

This event is completely based on analysis of circuit and finding the bugs in it. This will create a kean interest in student from electronic background .

 

Event will be conducted in three rounds

 

ROUND 1: Circuit analysis over paper and designing the circuit on piece of paper .

 

ROUND 2:A kit and the components will be provided to build the circuit without any programming.

 

ROUND 3: This will be a programming round in which the student will be provided with a developing board using which they have to solve the circuit debugging problem .

 

 

 

RULES FOR CIRCUIT DEBUGGING:

 

  • Team can consist a maximum of 3.

  • The participants qualified in the first round only will be allowed to participate in the second round and the participants qualified in the second round only will be participated in the second round.

  • The participants who come up with the effective output will be declared winners.

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