Utkrisht 2017 2017-03-30T17:15:04+00:00

Utkrisht’17, a Mega Event, organized to provide a common platform to students hailing from a variety of backgrounds in Engineering & Management to showcase their talent & technical know-how.
With a plethora of Workshops and its Finale event, Utkrisht’17 also promises to provide new challenges to students with many other events scheduled on 25th February 2017 to bring out the creativity & team spirit among them.

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Workshops

Name of workshop Details Date Hours
Scientific calculator usage workshop
Scientific Calculators is introduced in the Indian education system in class 11 for science background students. This has further application in B.Tech in all possible courses. There is ample amount of possibilities to calculate certain results pertaining to different mathematical operators used in various courses. In this the students will be taught how to use calculators to find the result of Matrices, Integration, Differentiation etc. using scientific calculators. The student will be given knowledge to calculate the values using the calculator in different operating modes. 20-21 Feb 6 hours per day

English Learning Workshop

As some of the students are weak in English conversation and writing, a workshop can be organized to instill in them confidence to speak and write. This will enable the students to write and speak, so that they can convey their thoughts and explain them in a possible way. 20-21 Feb 6 hours/day

Electronic Kit Usage Workshop

In our everyday life we come across certain problems like voltage fluctuations or failure of an electronic or electric device, for that purpose we call upon an external operator who charges according to his will, so in this workshop we will teach students to find or detect faults or how to use devices which will help them to address to the mechanism of finding fault. The students will be taught the functions of Multimeter, CRO, Function Generator, etc. to enable them to understand the fault in the electrical and electronic devices. 22-23 Feb 6 Hours/day

Faculty coordinator – Dr.Tarun Kumar (+91-9457774414)

Student coordinator – Ravi Kr. Sah (+91-9897759256)

Name of workshop Details Date Hours
Workshop on Building Plan & Elevation using AutoCAD

This workshop on AutoCAD covers following topics:

1). Basics commands of AutoCAD to enable students prepare 2BHK plan and front elevation of building at the end of the work shop during activity.

2). Basic symbols used in AutoCAD drawings.

3). Workshop should also cover dimensioning of plan/elevation and proper text display.

20-21 Feb 4 hours per day

Cost and Estimation Workshop

Cost & Estimation is one of the important aspects of any civil engineering project. The workshop covers following topics:

1). Introduction to Estimation and Costing,

2). Estimation of Building Works,

3). Estimation of Brick Masonry & Concrete works

4). Analysis of Rates for Civil Engineering Works,

5). Preparation of Approximate Construction Estimates.

22-23 Feb 4 hours per day
Total Station Workshop

Surveying or land surveying is the science of making all essential measurements to determine the relative position of points or physical and cultural details. A Total Station is an electronic-optical instrument used in modern surveying and construction. The workshop aims to provide adequate working knowledge on total stations which are widely in use across civil engineering and other industries. 20-21 Feb 4 hours per day
Civil 3D Workshop

Civil 3D is the most popular, and powerful, infrastructure design tool. This single workshop will give students exposure & solid understanding of the principals of working in Civil 3D.

Topic covered :-

1) Designing the road cross-section using an assembly

2) Creating sections views of your design

3) Establishing the road centerline using an alignment

4) Capturing and defining road elevations with profiles

20-21 Feb 4 hours per day
Workshop on GIS

The workshop on GIS is to introduce open source & industry standard GIS Software and use of same to generate GIS maps, attach attribute and simple queries. Also make students familiar with point, line & polygon feature. 17-18 Feb 4 hours per day

Faculty coordinator – Mr.Govind Bhakuni (+91-9458945491)

Student coordinator –Abdul Samad (+91-7895059805)

Name of workshop Details Date Hours
Internet of things

This Workshop is an introduction to IOT, with an emphasis on the smart moving machines of the next generation, i.e., robots, cars, trucks, machine tools, airplanes, satellites, combine harvesters, etc. The objective is to introduce the students to the roles and responsibilities of innovation project engineers in companies that design and develop such embedded Systems. Design automation: what standards and tools exist to support the design in large-scale projects, in which no single person can keep the overview and control of the whole design process. 22-23 Feb 5 hours per day
Python

This Workshop is an Introduction to a new general purpose programming language. This Python training course leads the students from the basics of writing and running Python scripts to more advanced features such as file operations, regular expressions, working with binary data, and using the extensive functionality of Python modules. Extra emphasis is placed on features unique to Python, such as tuples, array slices, and output formatting. 20-21 Feb 5 hours per day
Android

Our Android Training workshop with Java Basics covers Android application development using the Java programming language and Eclipse development environment. The course is designed for people with no experience in Java. The course starts with teaching students about creating basic java applications and reviewing java object oriented concepts and then moves on to teaching on creating Android applications.. 22-23 Feb 5 hours per day
Dotnet Application development

The objective of the workshop is to enable the participants to develop WEB applications on their own and to train them to use Visual Studio 2010 as IDE and to promote students technical career towards the new technological developments that happens in the industry. 20-21 Feb 5 hours per day
PHP

 

PHP is a powerful language for writing server-side Web applications. Students will gain Gain the PHP programming skills needed to successfully build interactive, data-driven sites,Use the MVC pattern to organize code,Test and debug a PHP application, Work with form data, Use cookies and sessions, and Work with regular expressions. 17-18 Feb 5 hours per day
MS Office

The students will learn how to use various applications in Microsoft Office and to use its tools effectively. The students will be familiarized with the concepts of ethical and legal use of online resources and will also be introduced to different resources to access open source educational technologies 17-18 Feb 5 hours per day
Name of workshop Details Date Hours
Quardcopter workshop
(Aerowynk)
Quad copter (from Quad “four” and Copter“helicopter”) is an aerial robot combining a simple propeller mechanism with powerful electronics for limitless real-world applications. It is an embedded system comprising of microcontrollers, sensors, flight gear and other integrated components. This workshop helps participants to develop a Quad copter project from scratch while understanding the various engineering concepts in making a working Unmanned Aerial Vehicle. Developing a Quad copter provides the right kind of hands-on application that an Engineering student needs! 22-23 Feb 5 hours per day
Robotics workshop (Robowar)

RoboWars is a robot competition. The competition is carried out in a tournament format: competitors bring their robots ready to battle and are pitted against their competitors’ robots in one-on-one matches where the aim is to push the opponent’s robot off the arena simultaneously tackling the hurdles. The robots can be Manual or autonomous: Human influence allowed during the battle.

20-21 Feb 5 hours per day
PLC Programming and scada animations workshop A programmable logic controller, PLC, or programmable controller is a digital computer used for automation of typically industrial electromechanical processes, such as control of machinery on factory assembly lines, amusement rides, or light fixtures. PLCs are used in many machines, in many industries. PLCs are designed for multiple arrangements of digital and analog inputs and outputs, extended temperature ranges, immunity to electrical noise, and resistance to vibration and impact. Supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) is a control system architecture that uses computers, networked data communications and graphical user interfaces for high-level process supervisory management 22-23 Feb 6 hours per day

Faculty Coordinator – Mrs.Megha Gupta (+91-9897437437)

Student Coordinator – Madhav (+91-9410105694)

Name of workshop Details Date Hours
Ansys- Workbench
Workshop
Workbench Workshop This will we focused on enhancing software knowledge of students in following context:

  • Gaining 2-D & 3-D Modeling approach.
  • Assembly of Parts and stabilizing relation between them.
  • Simulation of real life problem.
  • Obtaining results in the form contours , graphs and numerical values

Relating the obtained result to the established results

22-23 Feb 6 hours per day
CNC Workshop

It is completely focused on enhancing practical knowledge of students and computerized machining processes. It will be focused on following objectives:

  • To make student able of understanding CNC codes.
  • Simulate the code on NX-CAM to visualize the operation and results.
  • Writing CNC programming using CNC codes for different machining operations.
  • Running Codes on CNC Machine and obtaining particular dimension in work piece.
20-21 Feb 6 hours per day
Refrigeration & Air
Conditioning Workshop
This workshop will have following objective.

  • To provide practical knowledge on how Refrigeration and Air Conditioning System works.
  • Design and Cooling load Estimation for particular building or space. On hand experience of assembly and disassembly of Refrigerator and Air Conditioning components
22-23 Feb 6 hours per day
Casting Workshop

It is focused on generating practical knowledge of casting among the students. The objectives of this workshop are:

  • To make students aware of different kind of casting and their importance.
  • To caste machine parts using casting process and studying the gating system designs.
  • Practically visualizing casting defects and its reasons.
22-23 Feb 4 hours per day
Machine Shop Workshop

The objective of this workshop are following:

  • Discussion on all parts of lathe machine, and their usage.
  • To provide hand-on experience for working on lathe machine and doing several machining operation.
  • Providing Hand-on Experience on Drill Machine.
20-21 Feb 4 hours per day

Faculty coordinator – Mr.Alok Kumar (+91-9471260655)

Student coordinator – Shekhar Tiwari (+91-8171184178)

Name of workshop Details Date Hours
The Logic of Logistics and Supply Chain
Management
The workshop is aimed at making the students understand the nitty gritties of the complex yet stimulating and essential world of logistics and supply chain management. The students would be made to learn the process and the essential steps that are considered before actually executing the entire process in the real world management scenario. 18.2.2017 4 hrs
Emotional Quotient & Anger
Management
The students would be given the insight into the importance, need and techniques of managing emotions at workplace and also in regard to the inter-personal relations. The focus would be on how to learn the techniques of managing anger so that it can turn into a positive tool for self-development 21.2.2017 2.5 hrs
Cracking Interview & Group Discussion
Rounds
The students would be shown the techniques and nuances that are needed for giving a winning performance at group discussion and interview that are a compulsory process for placements. 21.2.2017 2.5 hrs
Cracking the Marketing Plan The students would be taught how to design a marketing plan for the launch of any product and also the various factors that are to be considered for the same. 23.1.2017 4 hrs

Faculty coordinator – Mr.Ankur Kukreti (+91-9997628066)

Student coordinator – Raja Chaurasiya (+91-7860117184)

Events

In this event, participants are expected to build a model of any Concept/system (Can be more than a one system but they should have Connection and form single system).

Rules and Regulations

1. Event is open to all.
2. Teams must consist of a minimum of 2 and maximum of 5 members.
3. Each team must consist of at least one member from the department of civil engineering.
4. The model should be handmade with household and stationary items.
5. Readymade or factory model will not be accepted.
6. Teams have to present the detailed idea behind all features of the model within 10 minutes and there will be query session of 5 minutes at the end of the presentation.
7. The decision of judges shall be final and binding.

Judging Criteria

Contribution in making the city self-sustaining*:
: 30% Innovation
: 20% Economic feasibility
: 20% Detailing
: 15% Presentation

Venue and Timing

Timing – 1.5 Hour Event, Judgment at Ground @ (12:30 – 14:00)

Prize

1 trophy for the winner with certificate.
Participation certificate will be given to all participants.

Faculty coordinator

Rohin Sharma (7060872077) & Puneet Singh (8869894809)

Student coordinator

Suhail Rafiq (7536867720)

In this event students will be given same amount of material and students have to construct different types of brick bonds in limited time period.

Rules and Regulations

Teams:
1. Each team can consist of maximum of 3 members.
2. Members of a team may belong to the different institutions.
3. Students may not be members of more than one team.
4. Each team may build the one bond in limited time in a given time frame.
Rule violations:
1. Teams that do not adhere to these rules will be disqualified from the competition
General:
1. All conflicts will be resolved by the Head Judge
2. The Head Judge’s decisions are final.

Specifications

Bond Materials:
All bond elements must be made of standard-sized

Bond Dimensions

The entire bond must fit within area of 1 Sq Meter.

Judging Criteria

1. Structural accuracy: Awarded based on the maximum accuracy of bond.
2. Economic Efficiency: The economic efficiency will be calculated based upon the fact that the cost of a brick used in construction of bond and the time taken to complete that bond

Venue and Timing

Timing – 3 Hour Event, Judgement at Ground @ (10:00 -13:00)

Prize

1 trophy for the winner with certificate.
Participation certificate will be given to all participants

Faculty coordinator

Sagar Arora (8791513021) & Abhijit Debnath (9089779290)

Student coordinator

Saumya (7500922796) & Tausif (7060728755)

Bridge is to be constructed by help of pop sticks, adhesive and thread. Judgment Based on load bearing capacity & deflection in bridge.

Rules and Regulations

Teams:
1. Each team can consist of maximum 4 members.
2. Members of a team may belong to the different institutions.
3. Students may not be members of more than one team.
4. Each team may only submit one bridge for competition.
Rule violations:
1. Teams that do not adhere to these rules will be disqualified from the competition
General:
1. Bridges, reports found in violation of any of the aforementioned rules will be assigned a penalty as described in the rules above. If there are egregious violations of the rules, the judges reserve the right to disqualify a team, or award zero points in any category.
2. All conflicts will be resolved by the Head Judge
3. The Head Judge’s decisions are final.

Specifications

1. Bridge Materials:
2. All bridge elements must be made of standard-sized pop sticks.
3. Only white all-purpose glue may be used to hold together all bridge elements.

Bridge Dimensions

1. The entire bridge must fit within a box 36” long, 10” high, and 5” wide.
2. The bridge may only rest on or brace against the green surfaces of the testing jig. If the bridge only uses the support of the highest step at support B, it will be awarded an additional 5 points in efficiency. If at any point, any part of the bridge touches a surface of the testing jig not marked in green, the load test will stop and the load will be recorded as 25 lbs. lower than the highest load reached.
3. Bridge structure must be able to rest securely on the testing jig on its own, without any load being applied.
4. Bridge must include a roadway that spans a minimum of 30” and a maximum of 36”. A roadway is defined as a flat surface upon which traffic can travel unimpeded.
5. The roadway must be continuous, flat, and level. There should be no gaps between roadway sticks nor any obstructions along the roadway.
6. Roadway must have a minimum 4” width and a 3” height clearance at all points to accommodate traffic.

Bridge Loading

The location of the load application will be determined on the day of the event, and shall be the same for all bridges. The load will be applied somewhere between 5” and 11” from the face of support A. A six-sided die roll will determine the actual distance at which the load will be applied.

Material Constraints

Popsicle sticks, wooden toothpicks and adhesives can only be used to build the structure. Bridges constructed out of any materials not listed above will not be considered.

Testing & Judging Criteria

1. Teams will be awarded points based on their bridge’s performance in four different categories of the bridge competition (Structural Efficiency, Economic Efficiency, Aesthetics and Technical Report). At the end of the competition, all points will be tallied and compared to the scores of all the competing teams. There is a maximum of 100 points in this competition.
2. Structural Efficiency: Awarded based on the maximum load supported by the bridge divided by its weight prior to failure. If the bridge uses only the highest step at support B, it will be awarded an additional 5 points. Therefore, the bridge that supports the greatest load-to-weight ratio prior to failure, using only the top step at support B will be awarded 45 points. All other bridges will be awarded points based on the percentage of this maximum load-to-weight ratio that they achieve.
3. Economic Efficiency: The economic efficiency will be calculated based upon the fact that the cost of a cable is 2.5 times the cost of a Popsicle stick of the same length. 30 points will be awarded to the team with the highest score in this category, and all others will be awarded points based on their structural efficiency as a fraction of the highest score.
4. Aesthetics: Awarded based on the level of craftsmanship, cleanliness, and artistry of the bridge’s design and construction. 15 points will be awarded to the team with highest score in this category, and all other teams will be awarded points based on their subsequent rankings in this category.
5. Technical Report: Awarded based on the quality of the written report describing the design and construction phases of the bridge. This section carries points equal to 15 with the same rules applicable as above.

Venue and Timing

Timing – 2 Hour Event, Judgment at Ground @ (13:30 – 15:30)

Prize

1 trophy for the winner with certificate.
Participation certificate will be given to all participants.

Faculty coordinator

Sunny Saini (8923333533) & Pratima Khattri (8449172122)

Student coordinator

Wasiya (9634031678) & Sayed Nadeem Abass (9720142136)

It is an algorithm making competition.

Rules and Regulations

1. Maximum 2 members per team.
2. Participants will be given some task or problem to solve and they have to design an algorithm for the same.
3. Participants are also required to explain how their algorithm performs the desired task.
4. The participant with most feasible, well-designed and well-presented algorithm will be the winner.

Venue and Timing

Classroom – Timing- 1.5 hours

Prize

1 trophy for the winner with certificate.
Participation certificate will be given to all participants.

Faculty coordinator

Shuchi Jain (+91-9412177146)

Student coordinator

Kamal Bankoti (+91-7351984123)

It is a event to check the Typing speed on Computer blindfolded.

Rules and Regulations

1. Single member entry.
2. The participants are expected to type a particular passage on a computer with his/her eyes closed.
3. At Random audio Message will be played with a minimal speed.
4. Participant has to listen and type that message in a word document on computer.
5. The winner will be the first one who will type the message with least amount of spelling mistakes.

Venue and Timing

Computer Lab – Timing- 2 Hours Event

Prize

1 trophies (1st) & 1 trophies (2nd) with certificates.
Participation certificate will be given to all participants

Faculty coordinator

Sunita Bisht (+91-9058931674)

Student coordinator

Mukesh Kr. chejara (+91-9088012913)

It is a LAN Gaming Competition. It will take place full day..

Rules and Regulations

1. The event consists of three games – Counterstrike, NFS (Most Wanted) and angry bird.
2. A team of 5 members is must for Counterstrike. There is single entry for NFS & Angry bird.
3. The event will take place at Computer centre at 10:00 am.
4. The decisions of the committee will be final.

Specifications

1. Bridge Materials:
2. All bridge elements must be made of standard-sized pop sticks.
3. Only white all-purpose glue may be used to hold together all bridge elements.

Rules for Counterstrike

1. Competition Method: 5 vs. 5 (5 players per team).
2. Round Time: 1 min 45 sec.
3. The first match is a Knifing round. Both teams drop their guns at base and move towards the centre of the map. The team who wins the knifing round gets to choose which map they want to start off with.
4. In the case of Tie after the regulations, 6 extra rounds will be played. (3 rounds as a terrorist and 3 rounds as a Counter Terrorist per Team).
5. The first team to win 16 rounds in regulations or the team that wins the overtime period.
6. Starting money for an official match must be 800$.
7. D3/AU-1 (G3) for the terrorist and Krieg 550 Commando for counter terrorist are not allowed.
8. Scout and Bull pup guns are not allowed.
9. Shields are strictly forbidden from being used for both teams.
10. Don’t use consoles commands during the matches.
11. Few official maps: de_ dust 2, de_inferno, de_nuke, de_train.
12. Don’t use scroll Duck during the matches.
13. Only crosshair, Dynamic Crosshair, Speed, Centreid, fast switch, commands can be used.

Rules for NFS (Need For Speed)

1. Game settings: MAPS: -Diamond, Dunwich Bay, Heritage Heights, Bay Bridge, East Park.
2. RACE MODE OPTION – CIRCUIT AND SPIRINT
3. Track Detection Forward
4. N 20 : ON
5. Collision Detection : OFF
6. Performance Matching : OFF
7. Game moment Camera : OFF
8. Car Damage : OFF
9. ELIMINATION ROUND: 4 players will play sprint mode and the winner will be qualified to the next round.
10. Semi Final 1 – Qualifiers will play knockout round in circuit mode to reach semi-final 2.
11. Semi Final 2 – Qualifiers will play 2 Lap circuit modes to reach final.
12. FINAL ROUND: Final round will be played on 3 maps.
13. RESTRICTIONS: Use of R-key is against the rules and the players will disqualify. In final round players should choose their own cars and customize them.

Rules for Pocket tank

1. There will be an elimination round to short list the no of participants.
2. Participants qualifying the elimination round will proceed to the finals
3. The Finalist of this round will be considered for the next stage.

Venue and Timing

Computer Centre, Timings – 10:00 am till 05:00 pm

Prize

NFS – Cash Prize of Rs.1000
Counterstrike – Cash prize of Rs.3000
Pocket tank – Cash Prize of Rs.500
Participation certificate will be given to all participants.

Faculty coordinator

Sachin Kumar (+91-9927953123)

It is a Innovative Technical PowerPoint Presentation Competition.

Rules & Regulations

  • Maximum 2 members per team.
  • Participants can choose any idea of his/her choice.
  • Team Members can be from other department also.
  • All assumptions relating to new technology must be clearly laid down.
  • Minimum 8 and max 15 PPT slides should be there in one presentation.
  • Time limit for presentation is 10 mins.,
  • Query time- 3 minutes.
  • All teams have to bring their presentations (softcopy) with them.
  • PPT limit: Max 15.

Venue and Timing

Conference Room, 2-3 hours

Prize

1 trophy for the winner with certificates.
Participation certificate will be given to all participants.

Faculty coordinator: Vibhor Sharma (+91-8126625142)
Student coordinator: Vijay (+91-9412971059), Vishal Kumar (+91-9720416553)

It is a Technical Paper Presentation Competition.

Rules & Regulations

  • Maximum 2 members per team.
  • Create a PowerPoint presentation on any recent development in technology or new technology.
  • (Group 1 (CS/IT/MCA), Group 2 (ECE/EEE) & Group 3 (ME/Civil) )
  • Total time allotted for presentation: minimum- 7 minutes, maximum- 9 minutes,
  • Query time- 3 minutes.
  • Participants can choose latest research areas on their respective fields.
  • Abstracts should be mailed attulasutkrisht2k17@gmail.com, 6 days before event and selected participants will be intimated through e-mail 4 days before the event. Abstract should contain Title, Authors Name, Branch, Year, College Name and Group for which abstract is submitted.
  • Subject of the mail should be word “ABSTRACT”.
  • Selected teams will have to bring their presentations (softcopy) with them.
  • Abstract limit: 150-200 words.

Venue and Timing

Conference Room, 2 hours

Prize

1 trophy for the winner with certificates.
Participation certificate will be given to all participants.

Faculty coordinator: Madhu Kirola (+91-9897833556)
Student coordinator: Lovepreet singh (+91-7088881179)

It is a Technical Quiz Competition.

Rules & Regulations

  • 2 members per team.
  • It will consist of 2 Rounds

Round 1: Elimination Round

  1. Total time allotted: 1 hr
  2. It consists of a written test based on General Knowledge, Engineering, Aptitude & Current affairs.
  3. The test comprises of 50 questions with the mark ratio of +3, -1 for wrong answer.
  4. Top 5 scoring teams will be selected for the final round.

Round 2: Final Round

  1. Total time allotted: 1 hrs.
  2. It will consist of the following:
    1. Audio/Visual Round: 1 Audio & 1 video question for each team. Hint Type round with varying marking. No negative marking.
    2. Rapid fire: 10 questions will be asked from each team in duration of 2 minutes. The team gets +10 for every right answer and -5 for every wrong answer. 0 marks for no answer.
    3. Academic quiz: One question will be asked to each team which should be answered within 1 minute. If not answered, the question passes to the next team. 20 marks are allotted for the right answer given by the first team, 10 marks are allotted for a passed question.

Venue and Timing

Round 1 – Class Rooms
Round 2 – Auditorium
Timing : 3 hours

Participation

Prelims: Max. 20 teams
Mains: 5 teams will be selected from prelims.

Winners

Top 1 team

Prize

Trophies for winning team members with certificates.
Participation certificate will be given to all participants.

Faculty coordinator: Garima Joshi (+91-7351624712)
Student coordinator: Sudeep (+91-8724094143)

It is a Coding Competition

  • Coding in C Language
  • Coding in Java Language
  • Coding in Dot Net

Rules & Regulations

  1. 2 members per team and a team can participate in one language only.
  2. It will consist of three different segments i.e. C, Java, .Net.
  3. It will consist of 1 Rounds which will be based on Programming skills.
  4. Total time allotted: 2 hrs.
  5. Programming Based problem will be given in stages.
  6. Each stage has some error and as error will be removed then resultant output will give the hint of next stage error.
  7. In the final stage treasure will be found and final output will be shown on screen.

Venue and Timing

Computer Lab (2 hours)

Participation

Maximum 10 teams in each category

Prize

Prize-1 trophy with certificate for winner instead of  trophies (1st) & 1 trophies (2nd) with certificates.

Faculty coordinator: Anita Joshi (+91-9639434846)
Student coordinator: Keshav mishra (+91-9451140116)

It is a event to test the understanding & analysis of the electronics & electrical circuits.

Rules & Regulations

  • Single member entry.
  • The participants will be provided some electronic & electrical circuits in working conditions in which they have to identify the working of that circuit.
  • They have to properly explain the power flow or process happening within the circuit.
  • Random questions related to circuit components will be asked during the event.
  • The winner will be chosen on the basis of correct explanation with answering all the queries.

Venue and Timing

Electronics Lab, Timing – 1 Hour Event

Prize

1 trophy for the winner with certificate.
Participation certificate will be given to all participants.

Faculty coordinator

Ms. Deepti Thapaliyal

Role play is any speaking activity when you either put yourself into somebody else’s shoes or when you stay in your own shoes but put yourself into an
imaginary situation Role play provides a safe environment to encounter different scenarios for the first time, which builds confidence in team members that can help them in their day to day roles

Rules & Regulations

  • There must be minimum 2 and maximum 4 people for the role play.
  • Maximum Teams to participate 5-8 on first come first register basis.
  • Only 10 minute will be given to each group after giving the situation.
  • The role play should not exceed more than 10 minutes.
  • One person can only perform one role in a play.
  • Make sure role play is unique.
  • Do not copy the play of another.

Venue and Timing

Lecture Hall, 2 hours

Prize

Trophy for the winner with certificate.
Participation certificate will be given to all participants.

Faculty coordinator: Anupam Nautiyal (+918650275084), Mamta Goswami (+918923920393)
Student coordinator: Shubham Chaudhary (+919634455291), Pankaj Chand (+917536882351)

It is an event to test the participant teams by throwing a volley of questions from management arena on different dimensions like HR finance Marketing etc. along with current affairs in management .

Rules & Regulations

1. A team shall consist of three people per team.
2. The decision of the quiz-master will be final and will not be subjected to any change.
3. The participants shall not be allowed to use mobile or other electronic instruments.
4. The questions shall be in the form of multiple choice, True / False statement, Specific-answer question etc.
5. Audience shall not give any hints or clues to the competitors.
6. Replacement of any participant of a team is not allowed after registration
7. Teams selected for the final rounds will be allowed to give themselves an appropriate name related to the competition by which they may want to be known
8. 10 Marks for correct answer and negative 5 marks for wrong answer.
9. If a team cannot answer the question, they can pass the question and then the question would be foreword to the next team.
10. Answering time is only 1 min.
11. Team discussion is allowed.
12. Surprise round in case of tie in the final round.

Rounds

1. Round 1: Prelims (Eliminatation).
2. Round 2: Semi- finals.
3. Round 3: Finals.

ELIMINATION ROUND

  • Each team would be given a set of question paper containing 25 multiple choice objective type questions
  • Only 5 Teams would be selected for Final rounds.
  • In case of tie between 2 or more teams, further 3 questions would be asked for final selection
  • The selected teams shall have to appear for the final round

Final Round (stages)

  • Question answer Round
  • Personality Round
  • Logo Round
  • Advertisement Round
  • Management Jargon Round
  • Identify the Book Round
  • Rapid fire Round
  • Tagline Round
  • Business News Round
  • Audio-visual round

Venue and Timing

Conference Hall, 1.5 hrs

Prize

Trophy for the winner with certificate.
Participation certificate will be given to all participants

Faculty coordinator: Soniya Jain (+919634288837), Preeti Chaudhary (+918477945855)
Student coordinator: Samarpita Das (+917060463265), Prerna Sinha (+918958622575)

The activity is based to test the creativity and spontaneous attribute of the participant through creativity.

Rules & Regulations

  • Individual event.
  • The basic theme of the event is to imagine as if the student is a brand ambassador, and the brand has to be endorsed.
  • Participants need to post a selfie with the product which is allotted to them and have to come up with a new tagline for the product.
  • The event will be judged on the creativity and how much impact the product has created.

Venue and Timing

Lecture Hall, Timing – 1.5 Hour Event

Prize

Trophy for the winner with certificate.
Participation certificate will be given to all participants.

Faculty coordinator: Sandeep kumar (+918171276114), Mani Shekhar (+917579213964)
Student coordinator: Bharat (+919568355351), Naveen Yadav (+917895826500)

Students give presentation about their ideas about how they think the current issues in economy, finance, and business should be handled for larger
benefit.

Rules & Regulations

  • Individual event (maximum number of participants allowed 30)
  • Participants to bring their own topics with prior preparation.
  • Power-point presentation may be given but not compulsory.
  • The student has to speak from the stage about his or her viewpoints
  • Maximum time given is 7 minutes. The time may be changed on the basis of the participation.
  • The judgment will be based on the critical analysis and impactful delivery.

Venue and Timing

Lecture Hall, 3 hours

Prize

Trophy for the winner with certificate.
Participation certificate will be given to all participants.

Faculty coordinator: Preeti Chaudhary (+918477945855), Priyanka Gupta (+917669615789)
Student coordinator: Namita Tyagi (+9190840701237), Aditi Sharma (+918126856066)

Teams will analyse a business case study provided to them at the time of completion and teams are needed to offer a solution after 3 hours preparing both a written executive summary and power point slides for the oral presentation to be given on the day of the competition. Teams will compete by delivering oral presentation to a panel of judges. Cash prize and certificates will be awarded to the winner of the competition. Certificates would be provided to all the participants.

Rules & Regulations

1. It is a team event and each team can have 3-5 members.
2. Each group will be provided time frame of 3 hours to solve the case and make presentation.
3. The solution provided by the group should be fissible and implementable.
4. Each group would be provided 15 minutes time to present the solution to the case.
5. All presentation must be saved in Microsoft power point 2003/2007/2016 format.
6. All presentations must be saved to a USB drive.
7. Sound effects are not allowed in the presentation.

Venue and Timing

Lecture Hall, Timing – 3 Hour Event

Prize

Trophy for the winner with certificate.
Participation certificate will be given to all participants.

Faculty coordinator: Ankur Kukreti 9997628066, Aparna Chaudhary 9456103479
Student coordinator: Pankaj Singh Bankoti 8958149561, Suraj Kumar Sah 8937963074

It is a event to test the Knowledge of students about the automobiles.

Rules & Regulations

  • A team will be made of two members.
  • There will be three rounds.
  • In the first round, three questions will be asked to each team which contains four options. And team members have to answer each question within 10 seconds. From that, top eight teams will be selected for next round. In case of tie, another round of question will be held for particular teams.
  • In second round, a single member of a team has two give a five minutes description on a topic of automobile which will be provided that instant. This round will be judge by faculty coordinators.
  • Top 5 teams will be selected for the next round
  • Last round will be the buzzer round. 20 question will be asked randomly.

Venue and Timing

Conference hall, Timing – 2 Hour Event

Prize

1 trophy for the winner with certificate.
Participation certificate will be given to all participants.

Faculty coordinator: Mr. Abhishek Gautam (+91-9760203868), Mr. Rajesh Pandit (+91-9690602184)

It is a event to test the Knowledge of students Ansys

Rules & Regulations

  • A team will be made of one members.
  • There will be two rounds
  • In the first round, Multiple choice questions will be asked which contains four options. And team members have to answer each question within 10 Minuts. From that, top 10 will qualify for final round.
  • Particular modeling and simulation task will be given.
  • Fastest will win.
  • Maximum time 45 minuts

Venue and Timing

Comp LAb, Timing – 2 Hour Event

Prize

Cash prize for the winner with certificate.
Participation certificate will be given to all participants.

Faculty coordinator: Mr. Abhishek Gautam (+91-9760203868), Mr. Lokesh Joshi (+91-7534057805)

Motive of event is to check the technical skills of students about CNC programming through machining operations.

Rules & Regulations

  • Single member entry.
  • The participants will be provided a desktop with CNC software installed.
  • The participants have to write and execute the program for simulation on a given task.
  • The winner will be chosen on the basis of execution and sequence of operation performed during simulation of program.

Venue and Timing

CAD/CAM Lab, Timing – 1 Hour Event

Prize

Cash Award with certificate to the winner
Participation certificate will be given to all participants.

Faculty coordinator: Kalpit Joshi (+91-9761490219), Rashpal Singh (+91-8006337441)

It is a event to Assemble and Dissemble RAC/Engine Components.

Rules & Regulations

  • Single member entry.
  • Participant has Assemble/Dissemble given component in particular time.
  • There will be 2 Rounds.
  • First round will be of multiple choice questions.
  • Top 10 will be selected for final round.

Venue and Timing

Cricket Ground / ME Dept. Lab

Prize

Cash Prize & Certificate to winner
Participation certificate will be given to all participants.

Faculty coordinator: Gaurav Pandey (+91-9568805532), Rajesh Pandit. (+91-9690602184)

It is a event to test the balancing of cycle & to complete the race with maximum time.

Rules & Regulations

  • Single member entry.
  • The participants will be provided cycle.
  • There are three stages.
  • In First stage the track is plain and straight.
  • In Second stage the track is filled with obstacles.
  • In final stage the track is filled with obstacles and sand

Venue and Timing

Cricket Ground, Timing – 4 Hr

Prize

1 trophy for the winner with certificate.
Participation certificate will be given to all participants.

Faculty coordinator: Lokesh Joshi (+91-7534057805), Gaurav Pandey (+91-9568805532)

It is a event to project Missile working on the basis of liquid pressure.

Rules & Regulations

  • Single member entry.
  • Participant has to bring their own rocket.
  • There will be 5 rounds
  • Farthest distance will win.

Venue and Timing

Cricket Ground

Prize

Trophy & Certificate to winner
Participation certificate will be given to all participants

Faculty coordinator: Hina Akthar (+91-8476089725), Rahul kumar (+91-96215528372)

The event aims at polishing the creative and productive ideas of students as to how to use the waste products prolifically.

Rules and Regulations

  1. Group entry (four participants in a group).
  2. Waste material will be provided to the participants.
  3. All the participants are required to be prepared to answer questions based on the model.
  4. Winning team will be chosen on the basis of the model

Venue and Timing

Physics Lab, Timing – 4 Hour Event

Prize

A trophy for the winner with certificate. Certificate for participation will be given to all the participants.

Faculty coordinator

Ms.Priya Chauhan (9456520882) & Mr.jitendra Kumar (7906547036)

Student coordinator

Rakshan Agarwal(9450239430) & Sahil Kumar Sah (8986177643)

It is a event to Assemble and Dissemble pipe assemble.

Rules and Regulations

  • Single member entry.
  • Participant has Assemble/Dissemble given component in particular time.
  • There will be 2 Rounds.
  • First Round will be based on use of measuring instruments .
  • Top 10 will be selected for final round.

Venue and Timing

Cricket Ground / ME Dept. Lab, Timing – 4 Hour Event

Prize

A trophy for the winner with certificate

Participation certificate will be given to all participants

Faculty coordinator

Mr. Sushil Sati (9720720101) & Mr.jitendra Kumar (7906547036)

Student coordinator

Shivam Kumar (9472172231) & Om Goyal (9927413775)

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