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The building of balsa-wood bridges is very often used as an educational technology. It may be accompanied by a larger project involving varying areas of study. Typically classes which would include a balsa wood bridge cover the subject areas of physics, engineering, static equilibrium, or building trades, although it may be done independently of any of these subjects. Building a balsa wood bridge can be done after completing a section or unit covering a related topic or the process of design and building can be used to guide students to a better understanding of the desired subject area.

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This instruction set will teach you how to design and construct your own bridge made out of balsa wood. This is a fun, intriguing project that will entertain an individual/ Team for hours. Many high school and college science and engineering classes will have projects similar to this one.

The supplies required to complete this project include the following:-

  • 10 sticks of 30 cm long and 0.5 cm x 0.2cm balsa wood* will be provide.
  • 4 FeviQuick for each team.
  • Only 2 candidate can participate in each team.
  • One 30 cm ruler
  • One pen or pencil, sharper and eraser to mark measurements.
  • Sand paper will be provide.
  • Load will be apply on deck slab.
  • The event Incharge will be the final authority regarding the event and they have the rights to take required decision in case of any issue.
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  • The efficiency of the bridge is calculated as the ratio of the load taken to the self-weight of the bridge, team whose design has the highest efficiency will be the winner.
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Mayank Saraf 9896424744
Arpit Walia 9467860016
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In paper cable contest the participants will be fabricating their own rope by using A4 size paper without any adhesive

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  • Two Students per team
  • Fabrication Time : 2 hrs
  • Only One kit will be provided to one team
  • Kit includes 30 pages (A4), cutter, thread and glue
  • Length of paper cable 3 feet (Minimum)
  • The event in charge will be the final authority regarding the event and they have the rights to take required decision in case of any issue
  • Lap joint should not be more than 3 inches.
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  • The efficiency of the cable is calculated as the ratio of the load taken by the rope to the self-weight of the rope, team whose design has the highest efficiency will be the winner.
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Monish Poria 8168925002
Animesh Verma 9896426566
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Code Crunchers is on-the-spot programming event to test the programming ability of the participants. Here, the code cruncher has to discover missing code fragments as well as insert new code. It allows accessing their rich editing experience with syntax coloring, squiggle, search and keyboard shortcuts. Code Crunchers provides fun for the most skilled coders.

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  • This is an individual event i.e. single participant.
  • Participant cross the hurdle through a brain-teasing session where he /she will be required to solve the given problem on-d-spot in C++ / Java / Python language.
  • 60 minutes will be given to each participant to solve the problem.
  • Exceeding time limit may lead to negative marking.
  • Prelims may be conducted depending upon the number of entries.
  • Participants are required to report at least 15 minutes before each event on respective venue with their college ID cards.
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Performance of the participant will be judged on the basis of the following parameters:
  • Time Complexity
  • Memory Space Complexity
  • Output Appearance
  • Work Justification
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Aditya Anand 8409422218
Shubham 7015588605
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Dexter’s Lab is an event to test the debugging ability of the participants. Here, participants are required to find out the bugs/errors and solve with appropriate solution. The event comprises of two rounds:

Round-I is an elimination round where each participant will be given M.C.Qs. Fixed no. of participant with the best scores would advance to the Round-II.

Round-II is purely practical-based round, where each participant will be given a program consisting bugs / errors and is required to find out as well as fixed them in a stipulated time.

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  • This is an individual event i.e. single participant.
  • The problems will be given in C++ / Java / Python language and HTML.
  • Participant cross the hurdle through a brain-teasing session where he /she will be required to find out the bugs / errors and solve with appropriate solution.
  • 30 minutes will be given to each participant for Round-I (Written).
  • This is a Knock-out event. Qualified participants of Round-I (written) will appear in Round-II (Practical).
  • 60 minutes will be given to qualified participants for Round-II (Practical) in Computer Labs.
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Round-I:
  • Performance of the participant will be judged on the basis of their score (60%) in Round-I.
  • Qualified participants of Round-I (written) will appear in Round-II (Practical).
Round-II:
  • Performance of the participant will be judged on the basis of the following parameters:
  • Ability to find out number of bug / errors.
  • Time Complexity.
  • Appropriate output.
  • In case of any dispute, the decision of Judges will be considered final and binding.
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Aditya Anand 8409422218
Shubham 7015588605
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"Da vinci code" is a coding competition where teams will have to solve problems in a language which will be given on the spot. The teams will be provided with a time duration of 45 minutes so they can understand the relevant details about the language.Teams will be given with the content of that language containing the basic details and syntax of the given language. And after that the teams will have to solve the given problems in that given language.There will be around 15 coding questions including error solving questions, pattern-printing questions etc..

Team Size:
Each team consists of 2 members.

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  • The duration of event is 4 hours continuously.
  • Participants must have basic knowledge of programming.
  • Participants are required to report at least 15 minutes before the event on respective venue.
  • Any kind of indiscipline on the venue will lead to a point deduction or even team disqualification.
  • The decision of organizing authority will be final in case of any issue.
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5,000/-
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Performance of the participants will be judged on the basis of the following parameters:
  • Total number of questions solved correctly.
  • In case of tie, total time taken will be the tie breaker.
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Simran Kapoor 8368822543
Mandeep Kumar 7015284056
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The basic idea of “Web Unlock” is to show the player a web page that has some kind of a picture or symbol or a hint and ask the player to formulate it and find the link for next page. The web page being “hunted” is shown in the background. Each web page can be considered as a question. The player views the page, and types in a word (or a phrase) as the current query Q. This match is successful if the URL U is in the top N results for a given query Q.

Team Size:
Maximum: 2 participants
Minimum: 1 participants

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  • The duration of event is 3 hours continuously.
  • The team consists of either two or one member(s).
  • All team members should be from same college. No inter-college teams are allowed. However, members from different branches of the same college/institute can form a team.
  • Participants are required to report at least 15 minutes before the event on respective venue.
  • Any kind of indiscipline on the venue will lead to a point deduction or even team disqualification.
  • The decision of organising authority will be final in case of any issue.
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3,000/-
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Performance of the participants will be judged on the basis of the following parameters:
  • Total number of questions solved correctly.
  • Overall time taken.
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Simran Kapoor 8368822543
Mandeep Kumar 7015284056
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XQuiz IT, as the name suggests is a Quiz Competition. This competition is amazing for Tech-Savvy students.

Are you a gadget freak? Even if you aren’t, it’s difficult to escape technology these days. This is a simple and fun quiz to see how well you know the constantly evolving field of technology.

The questions will be related to the history and also new and upcoming technologies in the world.

Event Type: Group

Team Size: 02

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There will be 3 rounds:
  • Time Based Round:
    • Each team will be given 1 minute 30 seconds to answer the question.
    • There will be no negative marking for wrong answer.
    • Each team will get different questions and the number of questions for every team will be same.
  • Pass It On Round:
    • Each team will have to answer within a minute or pass the question to next team.
    • If the team doesn’t answer the question within the minute, it will be automatically passed to the next team.
    • There will be negative marking for wrong answers.
  • Buzzer Round:
    • In this round, when the question is given, the first team to press the buzzer will be allowed to answer the question.
    • Wrong answer will lead to deduction in marks.
    • Each team will get different questions and the number of questions for every team will be same.
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At the discretion of the Quiz Master
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Simran Kapoor 8368822543
Mandeep Kumar 7015284056
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Technology has taken unparalleled pace today. Ideas travel from brain goes through researches and experiments and transform current technology in no time. Our aim of this event is to pull those ideas out of the brains of those, who are capable of revolutionize the world of technology in other dimension.

Problem Statement:
You have to come up with an idea, be it an invention or use of pre-existing technology differently that can be useful to develop means for future. The idea should be feasible in present times. Your idea can be a help to the society. We are interested if your idea is related to field of simplifying lifestyle, or any other field that can benefit the society. The idea should be novel and unique. Be it large or small, any new idea is acceptable because even a small effort can make a difference.
Team Size: Minimum -01 & Maximum-02

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  • Any undergraduate student of any discipline is eligible to participate in this event.
  • Each team may have maximum of two members
  • Participants are needed to send the abstract of the original by the day before the event on [email protected]
  • Selection to the final presentation will be based on the abstract submitted
  • Final Presentation should be in “.ppt” format and should be timed for 12 mins (10 min for presentation & 2 min for Q&A)
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Originality/Novelty/Creativity:
  • Uniqueness of Idea
  • Topic
  • must include flavor of Engineering, Science & Technology
Organization of Content:
  • Idea is clearly presented
  • Layout of PPT
  • Body of PPT
  • Overall quality of PPT (including multimedia content)
Presentation Skills (Oral presentation & delivery)
  • Communication: Language English, fluency, Confidence, Delivery, Grammer etc..
  • Exhibits good body posture, maintains good eye contact with audience etc..
Knowledge of material (familiarity with subject matter)
  • Exhibits Knowledge of subject matter & Answer question with confidence
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Abhishek Tiwari 9795282219
Sumit Maurya 7015322821
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Brain Game is the perfect competition to test the technical skills of electronics. This competition includes circuit designing with the help of available electronic components.

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Round 1: Rapid Fire Quiz (Time limit: 2 min)
1. Maximum 2 minutes will be provided to each team.
2. Questions will be asked from each team.
3. The team that answers maximum questions will get more points.
4. There will be no negative marking for wrong answer.

Remarks: Topics for Rapid Fire Quiz will be based on basic electronics and IoT.

Round 2: TechnoSort (Time limit: Max 10 min)
1. Each team will be provided a bunch of components and a questionnaire.
2. Team members have to sort the components (mentioned in questionnaire) from the pool of components and solve the questionnaire.
3. Negative marking after exceeding the time limit.

Round 3: TechAssembler (Time limit: Max 30 min)
1. Each team will be provided maximum of 30 minutes time to design and compile the given project.
2. The team that finishes the task in minimum time will score maximum points.

Remarks:
1. Winners will be declared after the cumulative score of each round.
2. Any team involved in misconduct of the competition will be disqualified.
3. The decision of organizing authority will be final in case of any dispute.
4. IoT programming based projects like LED, Buzzer, Servo Motor Interfacing etc will be performed in Round 3.

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Ankur Dhiman 8708150265
Trayambkeshwar 8295366493
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CAD (Computer Aided Design) is the use of computer software to create, modify, analyse, optimize and documenting a product design to achieve it effectively and efficiently. Different geometric models are used for it like wire frame model, surface model and solid model. Essentially, it gives detailed description about any component in a graphical form. This class enables each understudy to show their absolute best-specialized illustrations. To create any design, you must have a knowledge of different modelling and analysis software like AutoCAD, CREO, Ansys etc.

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  • Restricted to one entry per group.
  • Least Qualified Marks: 60% to qualify for Next Level
  • A Total Design is Required
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An ideal score will be 100 points. Judges will utilize scoring rubrics in the assessment procedure. Judges will survey all ventures in plain view. The judges will grant focuses dependent on the Drawing Skills, Neatness and Completeness and Time Span.

Level 1: - Beginners Knowledge (20 Marks), Max Time - 30 Minutes Objective Type CAD Quiz based upon 20 questions related to Computer Graphics, Engineering Drawing, AutoCAD Commands
Level 2: - Intermediate Skills (30 Marks), Max Time - 45 Minutes Development of 3D Models
Level 3: - Professional Skills (50 Marks), Max Time - 1 Hour Perform Assembly and Animation of Mechanical Components
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Bijay 8295293289
Shrawan 8569979790
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"Explore your machining skills and let in to the groove of screeching rhythms of turning, facing, tapering, grooving and all you can do in a lathe machine"

Does performing operations on Lathe Machine fascinate you?? This is it, an event which will let you explore your potential in workshop practices. Participants are required to perform set of operations on the job using lathe machine problem statement for which will be declared on the spot.

Type of event: Group
Team Size: 1-2

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  • Time limit will be decided according to nature of the job
  • Maximum of 2 Participants are allowed per team
  • Any damage to tool, lathe machine, surrounding etc. or any malpractices including negligence during machining will lead to disqualification
  • Fine will be taken if any major damages to tool, lathe machine or surroundings occur during operation
  • No extra work piece will be provided and carrying any extra material is also not allowed
  • Marks will be decided on the basis of dimensional accuracy and finishing of the part produced
  • Participant is responsible for their own safety
  • After the completion of the task all the accessories must be returned
  • The winner will be decided on the basis of accuracy & surface finish
  • Extra Points will be awarded to team which submits job before time
  • Judges decision will be final, binding to all and irrevocable
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Bijay 8295293289
Shrawan 8569979790
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