The event is open to all branches. Registration details and college ID must be presented. Maximum two members in a team. Paper should be in IEEE format. Participant's name, department and college should be mentioned clearly in the paper. Topic is “Recent trends in Electrical and Electronics technology”. The paper should be sent by mail to any one of the coordinators in IEEE format before 20 - 02 - 2017. The participants need to send their paper to any one of the following Email-ID’s : firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com Selected teams will be notified via Email. Once the paper is selected you will be required to prepare the presentation containing maximum of 15 slides. Time limit : 6 minutes(Presentation) + 2 minutes (QA session) The paper should be relevant to the topic given above. The judge's decision is final. The two teams with the highest marks will be awarded. Prize is awarded for the team as a whole and not for each individual. There is NO registration fee.
The event is open for all branches. Registration details and college ID must be presented. A team may consist of up to 3 members. The quiz will consist of 2 rounds. Prelims: 1.This is a written round. 2.Duration: 20 to 40 minutes. Finals: 1. This is a standard oral quiz. 2. Duration: 1.5 to 2.5 hours. Quiz master's decision is final. Prize is awarded for the team as a whole and not for each individual. Registration fee: Rs 50/-
Event is open to all branches. Registration details and college ID must be presented. Each team can have a maximum of three individuals. The team must have at least one Smartphone. The event comprises of three rounds as follows: 1.THE PICK i. All the teams will start with a clue which will comprise of some puzzle/task to their next clue. ii. The first 15 teams to complete all the tasks will qualify to the next round. 2. THE MIX i. Each team will be given jumbled blocks of various engineering processes. (all engineering streams) ii. Teams are required to create a path using these blocks and complete the process. iii. The first 5 teams to establish the right path will be qualified to the final round. 3. THE FIX i. A common set of scraps will be provided to each team. ii. Teams must bring out their creativity and engineering skills to convert the scraps into relevant models. iii. Working models will be given higher preference. There will be a runner up and a winner. Prizes will be given to a team and not individual. Judges decision is final. Registration fee: Rs 50/-
Event is open to all branches. Registration details and college ID must be presented. Two participants in a team. The event comprises of three levels. 1. Level 1: 60 seconds of team task, Difficulty level - Amateur Qualifying teams: 20 2. Level 2: Time based team task, Difficulty level - Intermediate Qualifying teams: 4 3. Level 3 : Time based team task, Difficulty level - Expert Winning Team - Team that survives till the end. Judgement in each level is based on measure of completion of tasks. In case of a tie, tie breaker will decide the winner. Judges decision is final. Registration fee : Rs 50/-
The students must carry valid student ID cards of their college which they will be required to produce at the time of registration. Contestants can register online. On spot registrations can also be done. Entry Fee Rs 100/- A team may comprise a maximum of FIVE participants. Readymade kits are NOT allowed. Judges’ decision in this regard will be final and binding. The team is NOT permitted to compete with more than one bot. Teams will NOT be allowed to modify their bots during their trial. EVENT FORMAT · Each match consists of two halves. · The fixture/schedule of matches will be decided on spot. · The matches will be held between two participating teams. · The aim of the bot would be to hit the ball(solid) into the goal of their respective opponent. · Time duration given for the one entire match will be 6 (3+3) mins. · If by the end of the given time duration, the number of points earned by both teams is the same, then the match will proceed to GOLDEN GOAL. JUDGING CRITERIA & SCORING · For each goal scored by a team, 2 points will be awarded. · If bot enters the other half of the arena or restricted area, then 1 point will be deducted. · If bot damages the arena or the ball in any way, 2 points will be deducted. · 1 point will be deducted for the bot which is responsible for hitting the ball out of the arena. SPECIFICATIONS: BOT SPECIFICATIONS · The bot dimensions should not exceed 30 x 30 x 30 cm3. · The weight of the bot should not exceed 5 kg with 10% allowance. · The bot can be wireless or otherwise. · Readymade wireless remote control units may be used. · In case wired control is used, the wire(s) must remain slack throughout the event. If the wires are visibly taut, the team will be disqualified. · Single phase external 230V AC power will be supplied. Maximum voltage between any two points on the bot must not exceed 24 V DC or 24 V AC. · The bot is not allowed to lift or hold the ball. BALL DIMENSION · Diameter of the ball = 3 - 5 cm. · Weight of the ball = Less than 200 gm. ARENA SPECIFICATIONS · The arena will be rectangular, with its dimensions as 10*5ft. · The arena will be enclosed by wooden planks of height ranging from 10 – 15 cm. · The arena will have obstacles to redirect the motion of the ball. · The width of the goal will be 2.5ft.
The event is open for all branches. Registration details and college ID must be presented. Each team comprises of maximum 3 members. Only one person on the team will be allowed on the floor. Only one person shall be holding the remote control throughout the event. All participants should surrender their remote controls 30 minutes prior to the event. Change in name of the team members must be informed prior to the event. No practice time will be given. Dimension of the car should be within 30cm * 25cm and the height should not be more than 20cm. Maximum weight of car is 2kgs. The participant is made to start from the starting point. He will have to drive along the track and finish it as soon as possible. The track will contain obstacles like a blind spot or a hairpin bend. The track will also have a bonus point; these can be obtained by crossing of certain obstacles which would slow down the car. By obtaining a bonus point certain amount of time will be reduced from your lap time. The team which reaches the finish line with the minimum time will be declared the winner. For self designed cars the best designed cars with genuine effort will be declared the best designed car. Decision of the judges is final. Registration fee - Rs 100/-
Staff Coordinator Mr. Santhosh PH-No 9686245873 Email-id firstname.lastname@example.org Student Coordinator Puneeth sanil PH-No 8369409205 Email id Psanil96@gmail.com Type of Event: Team Event :3 Open to: All Departments. Maximum number of Participants/ Teams allowed: Maximum of four members make a team/25 Entry Fees: Rs 50. Venue:SJEC football ground. Event Details and Rules and Regulations: General Rules The cannons should be designed by participants only. Maximum of 4 members make a team. Only PET bottles are allowed. Only compressed air and water can be used. Only hand/foot pumps are allowed. The participants are supposed to get their own pumps and launchers. PVC fittings can be used for design. Winning Criteria The winner will be decided based on farthest distance travelled by the projectile. Team Specifications A team can have at most 4 members. Event format Round 1 Each team will be given two attempts. At the end of the first round, the top 10 teams with the maximum distance will qualify to the second round. Round 2 In this round each team will be given only a single attempt. Teams covering the maximum distance will be declared as winners. Note: Event coordinators decision will be held final and has the rights to change any of the rules on the day of the events.
Staff Coordinator Mr. Jaganesh GC ph no-9164585263 Email id email@example.com Student Coordinator Lester Ph no:9900540184 Nileema pereira Ph no: 9731932116 Email id:Neelimapereira14@gmail.com Type of Event: Team of two. Open to: All Departments. Maximum number of Participants/ Teams allowed: 50 teams (participants of SJEC) + 30 other college participants. Entry Fees: Rs 50/- Venue: AB3 7th floor (day 1) + In front of Civil Engineering Block( day 2 ) Event Details and Rules and Regulations: Objective: To construct a model of a single span truss bridge with the help of Ice-cream sticks satisfying the rules below, MAXIMUM STUDENTS PER TEAM: 2 students/team. TIME FOR BUILDING UP OF THE MODEL; 2 HOURS MATERIAL SUPPLIED TO EVERY TEAM FOR BUILDING THE MODEL: 150 numbers of sticks. 1 Bottle of glue ( 50 g) 1 spool of thread (Twine) Please Note: No extra materials should be brought and no extra materials will be supplied or provided to any teams. Teams can bring their own scissors, long measuring Scale ( steel or plasyic) for marking , A -4 Paper for drawing and paper clips for the bridge construction. STRUCTURE (MODEL) SIZE Length = 45 cm ( minimum length required) Breadth = 12 cm (minimum breadth required) Height = 8 cm (minimum height required) The members of the bridge can be built by grouping a maximum of 4 ice cream sticks ( if found with more than 4 sticks it may tend to disqualification). Only Truss structure should be constructed along with the side and top girders or struts. There should be a proper clearance for 20 cm X 8 cm X 2cm box to pass through the spam of the bridge. TESTING PROCEDURE There will be only one round. The supports will be placed at a distance of 19cm equally from the center of the structure. A steel plate will be kept on the top of the truss and loading will be done at the center of the model. The maximum load, at which the truss bridge collapses, will be considered as the final load. The decision of the judges will be final. THE STRUCTURE WHICH WILL HOLD ON OR WITHSTAND THE MAXIMUM LOAD WILL BE DECLARED AS THE WINNER OF THE EVENT.
Staff Coordinator - Mr. Chiranth BP Ph no9742477716 Email id:firstname.lastname@example.org Student Coordinator Khalid Ph No:9449821620 Email id:Zulqur95@gmail.com Pavan kumar B Ph No:8050475556 Email id:Pa8050475556@gmail.com Type of Event: Team Event. Maximum of four members make a team. Open to: All Departments. Maximum number of Participants Teams allowed: 10 teams (SJEC) + 5 other colleges/15 Entry Fees: Rs 50. Venue: workshop Event Details and Rules and Regulations: Description and Rules:3 Rounds. 1st ROUND: METAL HUNT Metal hunt is similar to treasure hunt. You will be given hints and your team will have to find the hidden metal objects. (Layout of the whole workshop will be given) Time Duration: 60mins 5 Teams will be qualifying for the next round on the basis of minimum time taken to complete the task. 2nd ROUND: ASSEMBLY A picture of assembled equipment will be shown and the dismantled part of the same equipment will be given. The team which assembles the equipment first will be selected for the final round. 3rd ROUND: STACK OF NUTS Winning team members from the previous round will compete against each other to become the ultimate winner of the event and will be declared as MR.MACHINIST In this round the participants will have to make a tower of nuts by merely using a rod to pick them up and stack them up one above the other. Participants stacking up maximum number of nuts within the given time will be the winner
Staff Coordinator Mr. Rahul Kumar Ph no:9663948809 Email id:email@example.com Student Coordinator Manjunath Naik Ph no:8867324510 EmailId: Manjunathnaikpavagada@gmail.com Suraj pai Ph No:8892567634 Type of Event: Team of 2 Open to: All Departments. Maximum number of Participants/ Teams allowed: 40 teams (participants of SJEC) + 20 other college participants. Entry Fees: Rs 50/- Venue: Event Details and Rules and Regulations: General rules Round 1 - Technical and General awareness There will be a total of 40 questions, in which 25 are technical( covering all branches) and 15 are general awareness and current issue Time limit for this round is 40 min. It has both MCQ and non MCQ questions 25 teams with least scores will be eliminated. Round 2 - cross word and puzzle There will be total of 25 questions Time limit for this round is 25 min. 10 teams with least scores will be eliminated Round 3 - Recent trends in engineering There will be total of 15 questions questions related to latest inventions and developments in engineering will be asked Time limit for this round is 15 min. 5 Teams with least scores will be eliminated Note: You don't need to do extraordinary things to get extraordinary results. Simple innovations have also given desired results.
Staff Coordinator Mr. Sushanth G Ph no:9481391950 Email Id:firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Manjunath B A Ph no:9480040034 Emailid:email@example.com Student Coordinator Dinaraj p Ph no:9591837347 Email id:firstname.lastname@example.org Rajath Rao Ph No:7204306700 Type of Event: Minimum of 3 maximum of 5. Open to: All Departments. Maximum number of Participants Teams allowed: 10 teams (participants of SJEC) +10 other college participants. Entry Fees: Rs 500/team Venue: New civil Lab Event Details and Rules and Regulations: General Rules The competition will be played on a knock-out basis. The bot will be inspected for safety before the event begins. If found to be unsafe for the participants/spectators, it will be discarded. The organizers reserve the right to change any or all of the rules as they deem fit. Changes in rules, if any, will be highlighted on the website. Violation of any of the rules will result in immediate disqualification. The maximum time limit for the clash of combatants inside the arena is 3 minutess. A bot will be declared immobile (out) if it cannot exhibit linear motion of at least one inch within 10 seconds. A bot with one side of its drive train disabled will not be counted out if it can demonstrate some degree of controlled movement. Teams that are not ready when called for battle will be considered to have declared a walkover, and will receive no points. The bot cannot be split into two sub-units. Two distinct parts connected by a flexible cable will be considered separate units. Damaging the arena will lead to immediate disqualification. Lego kits, readymade kits, car bases and development boards are not permitted. Readymade gear boxes are permitted. In all cases, the judges' decision will be final and binding. Winning Criteria A bot wins if its opponent is immobilized. In case both the robots remain mobile at the end of the round, the winner will be decided under the rules as discussed in the scoring pattern. Team Specifications A team can have at most 5 members. Robot Specifications Size The size of the bot can be 600mm X 600mm X 600mm (l X b X h). Any external control devices or tanks are not included in the size constraint. Weight Classes Weight of the robot should not exceed 35kg. Weight of external power source (batteries and adaptors) will not be counted. Weight of wireless wheeled robots will be counted as 0.75 times the actual weight. Mobility All robots must have easily visible and controlled mobility in order to compete. Robot Controller Requirements Bots may be wired or wireless. Autonomous bots not allowed. Tele-operated robots must be radio controlled by standard Hobby Radio Control equipment, or use an approved custom system as described below. Tethered control is not allowed. Pre 1991 non-narrow band radio systems are not allowed. This event recommends, but does not require a separate power switch for the radio. It is recommended to use 3 to 4 frequencies for your robot. For wired bots, care should be taken so that wires do not get entangled. The power supply should be 24 volt. Rotational Weapons or Full Body Spinning Robots Spinning weapons must come to a full stop within 60 seconds of power disconnection using a self-contained braking system. Robots can have any kind of cutters, flippers, saws, lifting devices, spinners, hammers etc. as weapons with following exceptions and limitations: Liquid projectile. Any kind of inflammable liquid. Flame-based weapons. Any kind of explosive or intentionally ignited solid or potentially ignitable solid. Nets, tape, glue, or any other entanglement devices are not permitted. High power magnets or electromagnets. Radio jamming, tazers, tesla coils, or any other high-voltage device. Tethered or un-tethered projectiles. Spinning weapons which do not come in contact with the arena at no point of time are allowed. In no case should the arena be damaged. Scoring Pushing a bot into a hole will fetch 30 points. Lifting a bot for 10sec (consists of front two tyres) will fetch 40 points. Any part (minimum 3cm size) flying out of the bot due to the damage caused by the other bot will be carrying 50 points Pinning a bot to the walls of the arena for 5 seconds will carry 20 points. Impact hit 40 points. Topple 60 points. ‘War does not determine who is right. Only who is left'
1. 2 members make a team 2. Duration of event: Maximum 50 minutes 3. There will be an elimination round, top 6 teams will be selected for final round. 4. First Round:Physics Crosswords- 15 Minutes (35 Points) 5. Second Round: Puzzles-10 Minutes (30 Points) 6. Third Round: Experimental-15 Minutes (20 Points) 7. Fourth Round: One Minute game -10 Minutes (15 Points 8. Judgement will be based on accuracy and time taken. 9. Judges decision will be final. 10.Registration fee 50/-
Rules and Regulations Main Theme: Science(Chemistry) and Society Rules for Participation: 1. A team may be represented by a maximum of three students exhibiting only one Model 2. The exhibit/project displayed and selected will be based on theme. 3. The participating team will have to bear all the expenses related to participation in the event. 4. All semester students are eligible for participation 5. The exhibits/models will be assessed by the experts as per the following criteria: a. Students’ own creativity and imagination b. Originality and innovativeness in design of the exhibit/model c. Scientific thought/principle d. Technical skill/workmanship/craftsmanship e. Utility/educational value /Ecofriendly f. Economic aspect, portability, durability g. Presentation -Explanation and demonstration 6. Registration fee 50/-
1 Collage Making time – 1 hour 2 News paper, Magazines, Glue, Sketch pens, Pen colors etc. to be brought by participants. 3 Chart paper of size A2 will be provided. 4 Use of Scissor is not allowed. 5 Theme for the collage – " Mathematics with pictures" 6 The team should consist of maximum 3 members. 7 Extra point for neatness. 8 Proper explanation of the collage related to theme will also carry points. 9 Disqualification- On exceeding time or deviating from the theme or unsatisfactory explanation to judges. 10 Registration fee 50/-
Individual Participation Duration: 5 +2 minutes. (5 minutes presentation and 2 minutes discussion.) Topic: “Current Trends in Science” Power point presentation or models can be used for the presentation. In case of power point presentation, Soft copy of Power point, presentation should be submitted to the event coordinator one hour prior to the event. Judges decision will be final. Judgment is based on Relevance, Knowledge, and Presentation Skills No Registration fee
The event is open to all. It’s a group event consisting of maximum two members. Participants are required to report 15 min prior to the scheduled time. 6 Teams are selected through an eliminatio round. For selected teams there will be 6 rounds- i) Physics ii) Chemistry iii) Maths iv) General Science v) Current affairs vi) Engineering field.. Registration fee 50/-
Staff Coordinators:1 Ms. Prathima.S-9845265881 2 Ms.Olivia Sequeira-9886414624
Student Coordinators:1 Mr.Akash Lobo-9986149388 2 Mr.Vignesh Hegde-9902452207
Department Coordinators Mr. Rakshith Bhandary Ms. K.Manjula Two participants make a team. Registration fee—Rs.50 per team. All rounds will be announced on the spot. Open to all departments
Two participants make a team Registration fee—Rs.50 per team Caution should be taken to refrain from displaying obscenity, violence, prejudice, defamation etc All rounds will be announced on the spot Open to all departments
Two participants make a team Registration fee—Rs.50 per team All rounds will be announced on the spot Open to all departments
Staff Coordinator Ms Sadhana Kumble Email: email@example.com Phone: +91 8105983070 Event Head Mr Akash G Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone:+91 77605 84321 You need to be good at Photoshop CS6 Judges decision will be final The Department/Staff has the right to take action in case of misconduct Details of the rounds will be given on the spot
Staff Coordinators Mr Hareesh B & Ms Kavitha Mahesh Email: email@example.com Phone: +91 9448152161 Event Head Ms Sowjanya Naik Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: +91 97404 27091 You need to have a good Logical and Analytical skills Judges decision will be final The Department/Staff has the right to take action in case of misconduct Details of the rounds will be given on the spot
Staff Coordinator Mr Sathyendra Bhat J Email: email@example.com Phone: +91 9844821865 Event Head Ms Sudha Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: +91 8861981792 You must possess good communication skills Judges decision will be final The Department/Staff has the right to take action in case of misconduct Details of the rounds will be given on the spot
Staff Coordinator Ms Sumangala N Email: email@example.com Phone: +91 8971036810 Event Head Ms Jasmine Frieda Monteiro Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: +91 7338090793 You need to be good with words and time management Judges decision will be final The Department/Staff has the right to take action in case of misconduct Details of the rounds will be given on the spot
Staff Coordinator Ms Anushree Raj Email: email@example.com Phone: +91 9591871812 Event Head Mr Abhilash Mathew Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: +91 7760227031 Event Details: Android Application using Eclipse studio You need to have the basic knowledge of android using eclipse studio Judges decision will be final The Department/Staff has the right to take action in case of misconduct Details of the rounds will be given on the spot