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1 PAPER PRESENTATION Guidelines  Full paper should be submitted strictly by January 30, 2017. 
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PAPER PRESENTATION
Guidelines
Full paper should be submitted strictly by January 30, 2017.
Each team will be provided 10-12 minutes for presentation and 3 minutes
for question answer round with judges as well as audience.
We expect authors to credit all sources used in their writings and avoid
plagiarism by using appropriate citation.
All the members of a team should necessarily be present during the
presentation.
Data in the abstract/paper should be technically correct.
The presentation should contain adequate number of illustrations,
methodology, figures and graphs so as to make the idea clear.
Team members can use self-made PowerPoint presentation or animation
for explanation of any process or Tool.
Each team should bring a soft copy (pdf format only) and 3 hard copies of
their paper at the time of presentation.
Additional script will be restricted.
Event committee will provide-
Laptop
Projector
Microphone
Sketch-marker& Board
Full paper Submission E-mail Id: abstracts.urjotsav@rgipt.ac.in
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Paper Format
Page & margins
A4size paper
Single line space
margins: 1 in. from both sides
No headers & footers
Word count: 3000(or more)
Text
Heading-
Sub-headings-
Content -
Times New Roman -Bold-14
Times New Roman -Bold-12
Times New Roman -12
Full Paper Content
The paper should consist of the following headings-
Abstract
Introduction
Research/ Advancement
Methodology/ Procedure/Mechanism/ Design
Experiment/ Case study
 Applications/ performance
 Conclusion/Summary/Results
References
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POSTER PRESENTATION
Guidelines
 Poster presentation would include presentation time and an open question
answer session.
The poster can be a research or review work, however any sort of plagiarism
would result in immediate disqualification.
Candidates will have to bring their own posters along with them.
 Posters should have maximum dimensions of 24 inches wide (2 feet) × 36
inches high (3 feet). Please verify poster dimensions before printing your
poster. Oversize posters may not fit.
All applicable references and conclusion should be mentioned.
 The presentation should contain adequate number of illustrations,
methodology, figures and graphs so as to make the idea clear.
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4 B-PLAN Rules and Guidelines “IF OPPORTUNITY DOESN’T KNOCK BUILD A DOOR” "URJOTSAV", RGIPT's annual technical
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B-PLAN
Rules and Guidelines
“IF OPPORTUNITY DOESN’T KNOCK BUILD A DOOR”
"URJOTSAV", RGIPT's annual technical and entrepreneurial fiesta bringing to
you one of the biggest B-PLAN event of India, where we provide a platform to
young minds to showcase their passion towards the most valuable thing a
person can possess i.e. “an idea”. As they say, for today's youngsters START-
UP is the New GUITAR.
B-Plan provides an extraordinary opportunity to present yourself and your
product in front of some investors who not only will invest in your start-up, but
they will be also offering mentorship, giving solid advices, and providing access
to their network of contacts.
Start-up’s under oil and energy domain have a great chance to receive
direct funding from PSU's under the new promotion scheme oil energy
start-up’s (from the 100 crore start-up fund).
The outline of the 3 round event is as follows:
Round #1- SYNOPSIS
First round being the selection round, where participants are required to submit
by given deadline; a synopsis of their Start-up covering Executive Summary,
Financial Projection and Company Overview. In maximum 300 words. Submit
your synopsis at abstracts.urjotsav@rgipt.ac.in with subject being
“Synopsis_<Team-Leader-Name>_<College-Name>”. Last date Synopsis
submission is 25 th January.
Round #2- PITCHOUT
Second round being the most interesting and one of the most professional event
of the 3 day fiesta will be an amazing platform to learn. In this round every
start-up group will be given 3 Minutes to talk to the sponsors "our judges". Each
team should nominate one speaker who will represent the team.
Round #3- B-PLAN PRESENTATION
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As you have given the taste what you are all about in round 2. Now in round 3
let them have the full picture. You will be having 15 minutes to present your
plan to judges. Make sure to submit your b-plan to judges and don’t you worry
about the accessories. Boards and projectors will be provided to you by us.
Guidelines:
A Team can have any number of members.
Synopsis Word Limit: 300 words
Last date Synopsis submission is 25 th January.
For round 2, only one member of the team will be allowed to present.
Use of projectors is not allowed in round 2
Projectors and boards will be provided in round
 Evaluation will be based on quality of presentation, novelty of idea, time
period and responses to the judges.
The decision of the judges and the organizing committee shall be final and
binding to all.
 Other required guidelines will be provided at the time of event.
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6 CHEM-E-CAR Rules & Guidelines Deadline of Abstract/Poster submission: 30 th January2017 Stages of competition: 1)
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CHEM-E-CAR
Rules & Guidelines
Deadline of Abstract/Poster submission: 30 th January2017
Stages of competition:
1)
2)
3)
Abstract/Poster Submission: Details (weightage 10%)
Performing Round (Event day): (weightage 70%)
Viva/Presentation Round (Event day): (weightage 20%)
Objectives:
To design a chemical energy powered car that can carry a given amount of load and
move specified distance.
General Rules:
1.
Each team may have a maximum of four members. Multiple teams from same institution
are allowed, considering their abstract and model is not the same.
2.
Final date of abstract submission is 30 th January 2017.
3.
Cost of chemical used must be mentioned in abstract.
4.
Final date of submission of flight/train/bus tickets is 11 th February 2017. (Train tickets are
just for confirmation of your arrival on event day. These are not included for grading)
5.
Decision made by committee and judges will be final.
A) Abstract
Submission
Round:
(Weightage
10
%)
Mandatory
for
further selection
1.
Abstract must contain :
a.
Introduction of team members
b.
Schematic of vehicle
c.
Cost of chemicals required
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d.
Car feature and setup
e.
Chemical reaction used and its detail
f.
Creativity in car design
g.
Environmental and safety features
2.
Send your abstracts in ‘.pdf’ or ‘.ppt’ format to urjotsav@rgipt.ac.in. Subject of mail
should be “Chem-E-Car_Abstract_<Team-Name>” and file name must be <Team-
Name>.pdf or <Team-Name>.ppt
3.
Selection to further rounds will depend on last abstract submitted till 20 th January 2017.
4.
The result of selected abstracts will be put up on the website&Facebook page of Urjotsav
and will also be mailed to you by 25 th January 2017
5.
Feel free to contact our competition managers for any queries.
6.
Penalty will be imposed if the model deviates from abstract submitted.
B) Performing Round :( Weightage – 70%)
A trial run will be given to each team. In this car would be checked for emission of harmful
chemicals, if found so team would be eliminated. Team will be disqualified if judge deems
the car unsafe for run on the given venue. Only one opportunity will be given to run the car in
all important run.
1.
Starting car
Only two minutes will be given to setup the model. Once the car crosses the starting line,
team cannot touch their car i.e. no chemicals can be added else after. Any type of contact
with car thereafter will lead to disqualification. Any type of mechanical device or push for
starting the car will result in penalty. If car is initiated and not moving (i.e. till it has not
crossed starting line), you can retouch the car if you are within your time limit of two
minutes.
2.
Strength test
Car is expected to carry a specified payload of 0-500 grams. Car should have a proper
room to keep the load. One of the organiser from team Urjotsav will measure the payload
and it would be given to you to pour it in your car. Required payload will be informed 2
hours prior to start of competition.
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3.
Track Details:
Car should traverse a distance of 8-15 metres in a rectangular area of width 1.5-2 metres.
Required distance to be traversed will be given to each team two hours prior to start of
performing round. Track includes 3 rammers/speed breakers equally spaced and rough
patch of 1-1.5 metres as shown in figure.
Top View:
Rammers/ Speed Breakers
8 -15 Metres
1.5-
2
M
etr
es
5 - 6 Metres
Rough Patch
1- 1.5 Metres
Height of rammers = 0.5-0.7 cm.
4.
Course Layout
The foremost point of car’s initial and final position will be noted down to calculate the
distance traversed by the car. Distance of middle-foremost point from middle line will be
measured to calculate the deviation of car. Finish distance will be measured from the
finish line. The distance will always be measured from the finish line to the front point on
the car. A vehicle that goes outside the course will have its distance measured to where it
went out of bounds and accordingly penalty in the form of point of deduction will be
imposed.
5.
Dimensions of Car
Car must
fit
in
a
box
of
50
x
35
x
35
cm 3 . Car may be disassembled to
meet
the
requirement. If the judges are uncertain whether the car will fit inside the box when
dissembled, they may request that the team demonstrate that they can do this.
6.
Provision of Chemicals
Teams are responsible for bringing their chemical supplies. Disposal of the waste in the
disposal site is team’s responsibility.
7.
Working of Car
The competition is designed to check your understanding of chemical reactions and your
ability to control the product of reaction. Chemical energy is the only form of energy
available for car.
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(Chemical Reactions include use of pressurized air-creating oxygen through chemical
reaction and allowing it to build up the pressure or application of electro-chemical
reaction- using electricity generated by dissolution of metals/non-metals in acids/bases).
The vehicle must be powered by a chemical reaction and must be stopped by a
quantifiable change, and direct control, of the concentration of a chemical species. This
chemical reactant species must be a solid, liquid, or vapour.
Use of commercial batteries or commercial engines is strictly prohibited in your car’s
system. (Your car shall be eliminated in abstract screening itself).
8.
Duration of Run
The maximum time limit for a run is 4 minutes. If the car is still moving at the end of 4
minutes, the position it has at the end of 4 minutes will be considered as its final position
and time of travel as 4 minutes. If the car is not moving after initiation of car for a time of
one minute, your team will be eliminated OR position will be noted down and time of run
will be calculated as 4 minutes.
9.
Trial Runs and Resets
An hour timing will
competition starts.
be reserved for all teams to take trial runs before the actual
One reset is permissible if car goes out of bounds/track layout and does not pass through
rough patch. Again if car goes out of track then best of two measurements will be taken
for calculation of points.
10.
Economics
Abstract must include the amount and cost of all chemicals required for the construction
of your car. The cost of chemicals should be taken from http://www.sigmaaldrich.com at
the time of abstract submissions.
C) Presentation/Viva Round: (Weightage – 20%)
1.
This will be a face-to-face round with judge, you will be graded purely on the viva taken
by judges.
2.
This will be more of a technical interview taken by our Judges.
Safety Measures
Each team must use appropriate safety procedures and equipment in the chemical preparation
area to ensure against chemical exposures, spills and miss-identification of chemicals. The
following rules apply:
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 Everything must be labelled properly, in English, with team identity and identification
of item. This includes containers holding reactants, intermediates, products or mixtures.
 Proper protective measures must be taken by the team against all chemicals and other
hazards.For this they are asked to bring personal equipment. These equipment may include
lab coats, safety glasses,gloves, face shields, and hearing protection.
If the judge deems the car as unsafe, the team will be disqualified. Hence, every team
should try to follow the given characteristics:
i.
ii.
Open or improperly secured container:All containers on the car containing
chemicals must be securely attached to the car to prevent the container from tipping
over during the competition. The lid to this container must also be securely attached
to the container and must be capable to preventing escape of the chemical during any
phase of the competition, including an accident involving tipping over of the car.
Pressure related restriction:Pressurized vessels and car components represent a
significant explosion hazard due to the substantial energy contained in the pressure.
Student teams must demonstrate through appropriate pressure measurements that the
pressures during normal operations do not exceed equipment specifications. The
following restrictions apply to cars operating under pressure:
Maximum operating pressure - This is the highest pressure within the vessel during
normal operation. For initial design purposes the maximum operating pressure can be
estimated from the stoichiometry — but the actual pressure must still be measured
once the car is operational.
Pressure requirement - If the pressure of your car is greater than 1 psig, then your
car should have the following: pressure gauge, emergency relief device (must be in
proper location), pressure certification, proper management system to prevent over or
mischarging.
iii.
iv.
Chemical containment hazard: This applies to any solvent, diluents, reactants,
intermediate reaction species or product that is present on your car during operation.
Proper measures must be taken during chemical handling in the car preparation area
to prevent human exposure to these chemicals.
Electrical hazard: All wiring and exposed electrical components must be electrically
insulated or covered to prevent the possibility of electrical shock or ignition of any
component of a car.
Certification Policy
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All finalists will be awarded with certification of participation.
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Top two winners will be awarded with prizes and certificates of merit.
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11 Rakesh Khichad +91 8303059566 eche14001@rgipt.ac.in PETROWIZARD Rules and Guidelines Oil industry economy is continuously declining
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PETROWIZARD
Rules and Guidelines
Oil industry economy is continuously declining with the increasing demand of
supply and in comparison to other industries it requires a lot of safety measures.
Thus it requires a hand of an expert. Now, oil industry is like a patient in
distress. Do you have the skill required to stabilize it. If you are a sober
petroleum engineer then UROJOTSAV announces its one of the most
innovative event of the three day national level intercollegiate annual technical
and entrepreneurial festival of Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Petroleum Technology
(RGIPT) - “PETROWIZARDS”.
The event would consist of three rounds i.e.
1.
Knowledge of a Driller: In this first round participants have to identify the
given instrument provided in the drilling lab along with this he/she have to write
its function and application in oil industry.
2.
Knack of Petrophysicst: A log sheet of combined logs will be provided in
this round and participants have to identify the different formations present in
the subsurface.
3.
Aptitude of Reservoir Engineer: This is the final round where participant’s
aptitude will be checked by asking basic but pragmatic questions of reservoir.
Any equation required for solving this problem will be provided.
So it’s a great chance to prove you are a pragmatic petroleum engineer because
we are the creator of our destiny!
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12 Praveen K Prabhakar +91 7860511041 epe14032@rgipt.ac.in MODEL UNITED NATIONS (MUN) Proceedings: 1. Roll Call –
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MODEL UNITED NATIONS (MUN)
Proceedings:
1.
Roll Call – The chairperson will announce each country’s name. After a
delegate hears their country, they should answer “present” or “present and
voting”.
2.
Setting the agenda - The motion in order at this time will be in the form of
“The nation of [country name] moves that [topic area x] be placed first on
the agenda”. The motion requires a second and is debatable. A provisional
speakers list shall be established with two people speaking for and two
people speaking against the motion; after the provisional speakers list is
exhausted, the committee shall move into an immediate vote. A simple
majority is required for the motion to pass.
Note: A motion to proceed to the second topic area is in order only after the
committee has voted on a resolution regarding the first topic area or tabled the
topic.
DEBATE:
1.
FORMAL
The Chairperson will ask all of those delegates who would like to make a
speech and to be on the speakers list to raise their placards. The Chairperson
will then choose delegates to be placed on the speakers list. After a country
has spoken, they may be added on the speakers list again by sending a note
to the Chairperson saying: “the delegation of (country name) would like to
be added to the speakers list”.
Speaking time is set through a motion from a delegate. If no motions are
made, the default time is 90 seconds. When the committee is in formal
debate all rules of procedure are enforced.
End of List: Once the speakers list has been exhausted, the committee will
automatically move to immediate voting procedures.
OR
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2.
CAUCUS (whether to keep a formal debate or a caucus depends upon the
institution)
Moderated Caucus: A moderated caucus is a mixture of both formal and
informal debate. When a motion for a moderated caucus is passed, the Chair
calls upon delegates as they raise their placards to address the committee for
a specific amount of time.
Unmoderated Caucus: An un-moderated caucus is a temporary recess.
Rules of procedure are suspended during caucusing. During this time
delegates can meet informally with each other and the committee staff to
discuss draft resolutions and other issues.
Working Papers and Draft Resolutions: Delegations work together to create
resolutions. In addition, delegates may present amendments to these documents,
which are changes to draft resolutions.
Closure of Debate: Once a delegate feels that they have made their country’s
position clear and that there are enough draft resolutions on the floor, he or she
may make a motion to proceed into voting procedure by moving for the closure
of debate.
Voting Procedures (Remain the same for both formal debate and a caucus):
Once a motion to close debate has been approved, the committee moves into
voting procedures. Amendments are voted upon first, then resolutions. Once all
of the resolutions are voted upon, the committee can move to the next topic.
Important:
1.
The participants will have to first sign up for MUN-RGIPT.
2.
Once a team has registered for a conference, it receives a country to
represent. Each student on that team will represent that country in a
different committee with different topics. There are many committees and
this solely depends upon the institution to decide which committees they will
keep and their respective agendas.
GUIDELINES FOR PARTICIPANTS
There are typically three items you need to prepare to walk into the conference.
1.
Position Paper( a Policy Statement)
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2.
Opening speech
3.
Research binder
Position Paper: It is a one or two page document that is essentially a summary
of your knowledge of the topic and the position your country plans to take when
it enters committee. It will contain four sections:
1.
Background of topic
2.
Past international actions
3.
Country policy
4.
Possible solutions
Opening speech: It typically lasts about 1 minute and 30 seconds and is the
first speech you give to the committee. It is the best opportunity for you to
explain your country policy and the key sub issues you would like the
committee to focus on.
Research binder
Research binders are optional but recommended, especially if the conference do
not allow the use of technology in the committee.
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MUD MASH
Rules and Guidelines
Drilling mud, the blood of drilling operation, ensures safe and effective drilling. This
event scrutinizes your knowledge and practical implications of drilling mud (drilling
fluids) and its physical properties.
Rules:
Each team comprises of minimum 2 and maximum 3 members
The competition will be in 3 stages:
Preliminary
Mains
In the Preliminary round would test your knowledge (question answer round). This
round will stress on very basic questions related to:
Drilling Fluid Types
Drilling Fluid Selection
Drilling Fluid Additives
Drilling Mud Properties
Drilling Fluid Function
The qualifiers will be a participating in the Mains round. The Mains round will be
conducted as:
Problem-statement, numerical, related to would be given to the teams. The
team is supposed to submit the final solution of the numerical within given
time restriction. The team fails to do so will be disqualified.
After that, the teams would be provided with properties of mud (pH, gel
strength, filtrate volume, rheology, etc.) and keeping that in mind they have to
prepare sample mud approximately matching mentioned properties or vice-
versa.
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16 Prince Kumar +91 9465039431 Pulkit Sachan +91 7275477820 epe14029@rgipt.ac.in epe14024@rgipt.ac.in PETRO-MODELO Rules and Guidelines “Visualization
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PETRO-MODELO
Rules and Guidelines
“Visualization is the key to understanding.”
Creativity amalgamated with understanding can solve any problem. Fuel up
your minds and ignite your imaginations as Urjotsav’17 brings to you a mind-
blowing event Petro-Modelo. You possess creativity; you possess imagination!
Why hide it! Come out and accept the challenge to show your inventiveness.
Petro-Modelo is an excellent stage to fire your creativity and at the same time
test your knowledge of the contours and various geologic features. It gives you
an opportunity to show your brilliance in building a ‘3-D Clay Model’
representing a specific geological surface which is given to you in form of
contour points. So, boost up your acumens and mould your visual powers in the
form of 3-D models!
The outline of the event is as follows:
Round #1
This is an elimination round for contour sketching and 3D modelling. There will
be a short brain storming Quiz based on petroleum geographic features and
contours. The quiz will select the resourceful and innovative minds for the next
round.
Round #2
Each team will be provided a problem contour lines/points sheet which would
require mind's eye & knowledge of contours. Following the instructions and
joining the dots would result in the topography of a geological space in 2D.
Then this topography will be represented in 3D model with appropriate scale
and material.
Guidelines:
A Team can have maximum 3 members.
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All required materials for construction of model will be provided by the
organizers.
Structure should be built to scale in the confined.
Use of any type tool is prohibited.
Electronic gadgets will not be allowed.
Time limit: 90 minutes.
Evaluation of Model will be based on accuracy of scale, creativity skills,
time period, team coordination, and quality and answer responses to the
judges.
The decision of the judges and the organizing committee shall be final
and binding to all.
Other required guidelines will be provided at the time of event.
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18 epe14018@rgipt.ac.in +91 9214451065 epe14014@rgipt.ac.in Sharad Mehta CHEM-E-HAWK Rules and Guidelines “No thief, however skillful, can
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CHEM-E-HAWK
Rules and Guidelines
“No thief, however skillful, can rob one of knowledge, and that is why
knowledge is the best and safest treasure to acquire.” - L. Frank Baum
There are many molecules around us, in the air we breathe, in the things we see and
also in the things we ignore. This February come discover the various interesting
molecules around you which you may or may not have noticed before. URJOTSAV
brings to you its headliner event Chem-E-Hawk, the treasure hunt of chemical
engineering.
It is an event to test participant's basic chemistry/chemical engineering knowledge,
deductive and analytical skills to discover ingeniously crafted clues to help them solve
various riddles/puzzles through the event. An elaborate grand connect will top it all
off. The event promises a lot of fun to everyone and also a chance of winning hefty
prize money.
Event would consists of two rounds in which the first round will be an elimination
round.
EVENT RULES
It is a team event which requires you to participate in a group of two.
Inter college teams are also allowed.
Registration will be open till a day before the event and can be done on
website.
Use of any electronic gadgets in round 1 is strictly prohibited.
During round 2 on successfully completing a riddle next clue will be given
through WhatsApp thereby group member are requested to ensure proper net.
Tempering any clue or misplacing any object will lead to sudden termination of
the team.
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ROCK-HAWK
“Focus your vision, Light up your memory,
Derive my attitude and Reveal my identity.” – Mineral
It’s is time to focus our eyes & unleash the knowledge. Urjotsav’17 brings a
platform to show your identification skills and recall the memory.Rock-Hawk is
mineral & rock identification event which requires pristine gauge, thorough
knowledge and hawk mind. It’s a challenging exercise to recognize the mineral
and rock just by observation. It needs a proper & systematic anatomy of
minerals and detailed physical properties. So put your thinking caps on because
Urjotsav’17 provides a chance to present your skills. Get ready for it!
Outline of the event:
Round-1
It is the elimination round. In this round, there will be a short quiz consisting of
puzzles and MCQs on minerals, rocks and petroleum systems. Only one who
having superior skills will be able to sail through.
Round-2
The final round is pure mineralogy based which requires the detailed knowledge
of Crystallography, Optical mineralogy and other physical properties of
minerals.
Each team will be provided with a set of unknown mineral & rock sample and
appropriate identification tools to derive physical and chemical properties of the
sample for identification. There will also be a viva round related to provided
mineral and mineralogy with the judge(s).
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Guidelines:
Each team can comprise of 3 members at max.
All the required tools for identification of minerals will be provided by
organizers.
Electronic gadgets would not be allowed.
All the guidelines and rules required for final round will be announced on
the spot.
Evaluation of the event will be based on knowledge of mineralogy and
identification skills.
The decision of the judges and the organizing committee shall be final
and binding to all.
Contact Us:
Dilip Patidar
+91 9828630813
Gaurav Gupta
9628378515
epe14018@rgipt.ac.in
epe14005@rgipt.ac.in
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DYUTKRIDA
Problem Statement
REGISTRATION STARTS: 10 th January 2017
Stages of Competition:
Round 1: Online Round
Round 2: Elimination Round
Round 3: Final Round
General Rules:
1.
Each team may have a maximum of two members. Multiple teams from
same institution are allowed. Each team should register separately.
2.
Final date of Submission of Answers of online Round is 12 th February
2017.
3.
Decision of committee will be final and abiding
A. Online Round
There will be a series of online questions, which are to be submitted before
12 th February. Team submitting Answers prior to others will be given Extra
points. List of Teams Proceeding to next round will be shown on 14th
February.
1. Send your Answers in ‘.pdf’ or ‘.ppt’ format to urjotsav@rgipt.ac.in.
Subject of mail should be “Dyutkrida_<Team-Name>_<Question-
No.>” and file name must be <Team-Name>.pdf or <Team-
Name>.ppt
2. Selection to further rounds will depend on the accumulated points of
all Questions till 12 th February 2017.
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3.
The result of selected Teams will be put up on website, Facebook page
(Urjotsav, RGIPT) and will be mailed to you by 14 th February 2017.
4.
Feel free to contact our competition managers for any queries.
B.
Round 2: Elimination Round
It will be a 15 minutes’ quiz aiming mainly at analytics and logical reasoning
& 25 min Mystery Case Study. Each team will be given a choice (based on
category) of case study.
C.
Round 3: Final Round
Each Team reaching final event will be given 100 points.
Questions (based on general knowledge, Science &Eng. industry) will be
shown on the projected screen. Each team will gamble some points to
their answer.
 After some questions, each team will be given the power to Speak and
gamble some points on opponent's answer.
 Winner will be decided on the basis of final points.
RULES:
1.
Points can be used in the multiple of 5.
2.
Minimum 5 points and Maximum 35 points can be used.
3.
Teams will be given 35 sec to write the answer and points to it.
4.
There will be a penalty of 3 points, in case of violation of 3rd rule.
5.
After the special power is given, team wishing to put points on opponents
answer can speak 2 lines, if they wish.
6.
There should be no rewriting & points should be written in FAIR WORDS.
Contact Us:
Samaksh Chaturvedi
+91 7052942499
epe14037@rgipt.ac.in
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Navroop Singh
+91 7084646635
eche15035@rgipt.ac.in
GREEN CITY DESIGN CHALLENGE
“The future of India lies in its Villages” – Mahatma Gandhi
Problem Statement
Design a village (having 500 households) from scratch that can generate and
maintain the resources necessary to improve its level of wellbeing, happiness,
and is energy sufficient without depleting economic, social, environmental
values and can sustain in future.
Introductory Presentation [25%]
Introduce your own hypothetical green village to the world. Mention the
following points in your village’s introductory presentation.
 Geography and history of your village. Its name, location (anywhere
within India), population, connectivity, infrastructure, physical features,
resources, specialty etc.
Talk about the economics of your village. How your village plans to
harness food, income & energy? You must have a renewable energy
model.
How do you plan to make your village sustainable in all aspects (not just
energy)?
How will you use technology as aid to develop your village?
Ideas for community involvement and increasing connectivity in general.
Energy consumption of the village should not depend on just a single
form of renewable energy. (It should include multiple energy forms)
This presentation is about your attention to details. So the more details you add,
more points you get.
Village Map [25%]
Before any construction can begin you must have a blueprint. Draw the most
creative and unique map for your village that will suffice all the ideas you have
thought so far for your village. Focus on energy distribution system,
connectivity, environment, transport and sanitation.
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Use Adobe Photoshop or any similar software to draw. Map must mark all
important things clearly. Apply your planning skills to draft a map that’s not
only sustainable for today but for years to come.
We might be interested in your project files too. Please bring them.(.PSD
files for Photoshop)
Energy System [40%]
Design the renewable energy model that your village will incorporate. This
model should also depict the ways you are planning to distribute the energy.
Choose any one of the following:
You can make a working model under a small budget.
You can make fully-detailed 3D CAD Design.
We might be interested in your project files too. Please bring them.(.dwg
files for AutoCAD)
Conclusion [10%]
How will you fit everything together? Explain how have you solved the
problem statement? Also tell about what challenges do you see ahead? How will
you figure them out?
Time Breakup
Round
Introductory Presentation
Village Map
Energy System
Time
15 minutes
5
minutes
5
minutes
Conclusion
Interview Session
5
minutes
5
minutes
General Rules
Each team may have up-to 4 members. Multiple entries from same
college are allowed.
Any instance of plagiarism may lead to disqualification.
Decision made by core committee and judges would be final.
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Judging Points
Planning Skills
Attention to Details
Creativity
Problem Solving
Presentation Skills
Teamwork
Idea Feasibility
Believability of Village
Contact Us:
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Samaksh Chaturvedi
+91 7052942499
Richi Bansal
+91 9465401933
epe14037@rgipt.ac.in
eche14010@rgipt.ac.in
TINKERONICS
Creativity possesses solutions to all problems of mankind. Are you creative
enough to tinker around with a prototyping board like Arduino Uno and make
something revolutionary out of it? Remember what Steve Jobs said, those who
are crazy enough to think that they can change the world, are the ones who do.
Problem Statement: Design and Development of a mechatronic prototype,
preferably with Arduino Uno or any similar prototyping board, to improve
human life in a revolutionary way. Brownie points if your prototype helps
saving energy.
Your prototype should be an electronic/mechanical device that helps solving
problem statement.
Stage Alpha: Design & Abstract Submission
Participants have to submit the CAD design (or design in any graphical form) of
their prototype and an abstract vividly explaining the following points:
 Idea: What will you build and how does that solves the problem
statement?
 Materials: Make a budget of your prototype with all the components and
their price.
 Build: Explain the building process precisely.
Conclusion: Account for the merits and demerits (loopholes) of your
prototype and plans for expansion.
Note: Try to use more of graphical cues and less of bulky text, both of us hate
that.
Send your design & abstract in form of a ppt or pdf file to urjotsav@rgipt.ac.in
with subject
“Tinkeronics_Stage-Alpha_<Team-Name>”
File should be named as “<Team-Name>.ppt” or “<Team-Name>.pdf”
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Clearly mention the names and contact numbers of all team members in your
abstract, choose the abstract format that suits you most.
Stage Beta: Prototype Exhibition
Selected teams would have to exhibit their prototype to the audience. This will
be a short presentation explaining what they have done to solve problem
statement. Following that there will be an open house session wherein anyone
one can come to you and inquire about your prototype. The identity of judges
would remain completely anonymous to you. So the guy asking you a bunch of
technical questions can be your judge! After open house session an inspection
team will approach you and do the final proceedings of the event. They may
even ask you to dissemble your prototype.
Time breakup:
Event
Time Allotted
Exhibition
10
minutes
Open House
60
minutes
Inspection
10
minutes
General Rules
1.
Each team may have a maximum of four members. Multiple entries from
same college are allowed given that their prototypes are different.
2.
Prototype should be made only with help of team members. Any external
help may lead to disqualification.
3.
Any instance of plagiarism may also lead to disqualification. Therefore it
is advised that your prototype should be creative and unique.
4.
Decision made by committee and judges would be final.
Judging Criteria
Following factors would be considered while judging your prototype:
1.
Ingenuity of the idea. How creatively does it solve the problem
statement?
2.
Design. Flawlessness, Integration &Aesthetics of the design.
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3.
Execution. How is the overall final device/prototype?
4.
Economics. Based on capital invested. Prototypes with lower capitals
(cheap ones) surely fetch few brownie points.
5.
Presentation. How well do you sell the idea?
6.
Technical Soundness. Do you know the science behind your prototype?
7.
Entrepreneurial Angle. Is it possible to convert your prototype into a
product? Will it sell?
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Top two winners will be awarded with prizes and certificate of merit.
2.
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Important Dates

Contact Us:

Sharad Mehta

+91 9628378515

Gaurav Gupta

1. All teams presenting at Stage Beta of Tinkeronics will be awarded with certificate of participation.

Certificate Policy

*Confirm by sending us an image of your travel ticket by 11 th February 2017.

Event

Date

Abstract Submission

25 th January 2017

Acceptance Notification

28 th January 2017

Conformation*

30 th January 2017