Introduction to Event

The quiz will be based on Hollywood, Bollywood and Pollywood Movies/TV Shows & Serials.
Level of Event/Rounds: 3
Team Size: Maximum 2 Participants
Prize: 1st Prize: 5100/-, 2nd Prize: 3100/-
Registration Fee: 300/- Per Team
Eligibility: Students studying in 10+2, UG & PG Course (any stream) can participate.


Details of Rounds
A. Round– 1 (HoBoPo)
  • 30 MCQ Questions
  • Extra Tie Breaker Questions - 5
  • Questions Breakdown:
    • 10 Hollywood questions
    • 10 Pollywood questions
    • 10 Bollywood Questions
  • Time Limit - 40 minutes
  • Top 30 teams will qualify to the next round.
Rules of Round - 1
  • Bring your own pen.
  • Mobile phones must be switched off and kept on table.
  • Tick the option properly.
  • Two ticks or ticking between two options will lead to no reward for that question
  • No negative marking
  • Decision of the organising committee will be final and binding.
B. Round – 2 (Super 30)
  • Field of choice
  • Participants will have to choose their own field of interest among Hollywood, Bollywood and Pollywood.
  • Questions related to movies & TV Shows will be based on the chosen field.
  • Basis of questions:
    • Movie Song/Dialogue identification
    • Complete the song/dialogue
    • Actors featured in song/dialogue
  • Team to raise hand first will be given a chance to answer.
  • Total 20 questions will be asked.
  • Extra questions will be asked in case of a tie.
  • Only audio will be provided.
  • Time Limit – 30 Seconds.
  • Top 10 Teams will qualify to the next round.
Rules of Round – 2
  • Negative marking in case of no/wrong answer.
  • Question can be passed to another team for half points.
  • Hands should be raised only after the completion of question, not before that. Otherwise it may lead to disqualification.
  • Indiscipline will directly lead to disqualification.
  • Decision of the Judges will be final and binding.
  • C. Round – 3 ( DusKa Dum)
  • It is divided into 3 phases.
  • Questions related to :
    • Hollywood, Bollywood and Pollywood Movies
    • TV Serials, Reality Shows, Netflix Series/Shows
  • Questions can be asked from any field.
  • Questions can be related to personal & professional life of actors, movie related events etc.
  • Phase – I (Buzzer Round)
  • Total 15 questions will be asked.
  • Team to press the buzzer first will be given chance to answer first.
  • Question can be passed to another team for half points.
  • Time Limit – 30 seconds.
  • Negative marking in case of no/wrong answer.
  • Top 5 teams will qualify to Phase – II.
  • Phase – II (Rapid Fire Round)
  • Each team will be given 1 minute to answer as many questions they can.
  • In case they don’t know the answer they can say the word ‘Next’ to jump to next question.
  • No negative marking.
  • Top 3 teams will qualify to Phase – III.
  • Phase – III (Movie-o-Pedia)
  • Each team will be asked 5 questions.
  • Negative marking in case of no/wrong answer.
  • In case the team is unable to answer question can be passed to another team for half points.
  • Each team can use any two of the following life lines for any 2 questions:
    • Flip the question
    • >Give me 4 options
    • Expert advice
  • Life line once used can’t be used again.
  • Top 2 teams with maximum points will be given rewards.
  • Time Limit – 30 seconds.
  • Rules of Round – 3
  • Buzzer should be pressed only after the whole question is asked otherwise it will lead to disqualification.
  • Indiscipline will directly lead to disqualification.
  • Decision of the Judges will be final and binding.
    Convener: Mrs. Pavneet Kaur (95011-15655)

    Introduction to Event

    Level of Event/Rounds: 1
    Team Size: Maximum 4 Participants
    Prize: 1st Prize: 5100/-, 2nd Prize: 5100/- (Boys and Girls)
    Registration Fee: 500/- Per Team

    Eligibility: Students studying in 10+2, UG & PG course (any stream) can participate.


    Rules/Specifications
    • It will be a knockout tournament.

    Important Instructions for Participants
    • Participants must bring their College/School Id Card with themselves and an authority letter from the concerned Principal of the College/School.
    • BFGI would not be responsible for any clash in timing of events.
    • Registration fee once deposited would not be refunded under any circumstances.
    • In any team event, Mixed Teams from different Colleges/Courses are allowed
    • Decision of Judges would be final. Any query after result will not be entertained.
    • In some critical conditions, the organizer can add/change any rule on the spot.
    • No TA/DA will be given.

    Convener: Mr. Parminder Singh(95011-15673)
    Introduction to Event

    A College roadie is a collection of Physical/mental management games to test your acumen, skills and knowledge.
    Level of Event/Rounds: 3
    Team Size: Maximum 2 Participants
    Prize: 1st Prize: 11000/-, 2nd Prize: 5100/-
    Registration Fee: 400/- Per Team

    Eligibility: Students studying in 10+2, UG & PG course (any stream) can participate.


    Rules/Specifications
    Rules of level – I & II (two tasks)
    • This level will be based on physical/mental tasks, where each team will be given strength based tasks and accomplishing all those will help them step to next level. The events will be disclosed on the spot. These physical tasks will be performed by team members individually; one member will participate in first task and other in second if they complete/win the first.
    Rules of level – III (one task)
    • The shortlisted teams will take part in “on the spot activities” this could be game, puzzle, or a mix of these two, where they will perform as per the instructions to win the Tag of - “College Roadies”

    Note
    • Teams exceeding the Time Limits or Falling short of minimum Time would be disqualified. Judges Decision will be final and binding.

    Important Instructions for Participants
    • Participants must bring their College/School Id Card with themselves and an authority letter from the concerned Principal of the College/School.
    • BFGI would not be responsible for any clash in timing of events.
    • Registration fee once deposited would not be refunded under any circumstances.
    • In any team event, Mixed Teams from different Colleges/Courses are allowed
    • Decision of Judges would be final. Any query after result will not be entertained.
    • In some critical conditions, the organizer can add/change any rule on the spot.
    • No TA/DA will be given.

    Convener: Dr. Harjeet Kour (95011-15657) and Ms. Niti Sharma (95011-15613)
    Introduction to Event

    Represent any Culture or Theme
    Level of Event/Rounds: 2
    Team Size: 1 Participant
    Prize: Rs. 5100/- each to Mr. and Ms. Magnet
    Registration Fee: 200/- per Participant

    Eligibility: Students studying in 10+2, UG & PG course (any stream) can participate.


    Rules/Specifications
    Round 1
    • First round will be a ramp walk. Participants will be evaluated on the basis of walk, confidence and attire as per the theme.
    • Participants will bring their own costumes/attire.
    • Decent costumes/attire must be carried.
    • Participant is allowed to carry related prop during the walk.
    Round 2
    • Second round would be a Talent and Questions & Answers Round

    Note
    • Event is meant to emphasize the importance of Culture of any region. It may include representing Corporate/ Western/ Punjabi/ Southern Culture etc.

    Important Instructions for Participants
    • Participants must bring their College/School Id Card with themselves and an authority letter from the concerned Principal of the College/School.
    • BFGI would not be responsible for any clash in timing of events.
    • Registration fee once deposited would not be refunded under any circumstances.
    • Decision of Judges would be final. Any query after result will not be entertained.
    • In some critical conditions, the organizer can add/change any rule on the spot.
    • No TA/DA will be given.

    Convener: Ms. Bhawana Khanna (95011-15623) and Mr. Parmpal Singh (95011-15649)
    Introduction to Event

    Clicking a Photograph based on a given theme.
    Level of Event/Rounds: 1
    Team Size: 1 Participant
    Time Limit: 1:30 hour
    Prize: 1st Prize: 3100/-, 2nd Prize: 2100/-
    Registration Fee: 200/- per Participant

    Eligibility: Any student of 10+2, UG and PG can Participate.


    Rules/Specifications
    • Only Smartphone has to be used to capture the photograph.
    • Digital Camera is not allowed.
    • Editing in the photograph is allowed.
    • The photograph should be captured during the time frame allowed for the competition.
    • Only one photograph will be submitted to the judges.
    • Submission will be done through OTG cable only.
    • Theme for the photograph will be given on the spot.
    • Judgment will be based on impact, focus, composition, technical supremacy, creativity and suitability with the theme.

    Note
    • Participants exceeding the Time Limits would be disqualified or else Judges' Decision will be final and binding.

    Important Instructions for Participants
    • Participants must bring their College/School Id Card with themselves and an authority letter from the concerned Principal of the College/School.
    • BFGI would not be responsible for any clash in timing of events.
    • Registration fee once deposited would not be refunded under any circumstances.
    • In any team event, participants must belong to the same College/School.
    • Decision of Judges would be final. Any query after result will not be entertained.
    • In some critical conditions, the organizer can add/change any rule on the spot.
    • No TA/DA will be given.

    Convener: Mr. Surinder Singh (95011-15644)
    Introduction to Event

    Level of Event/Rounds: 1
    Team Size: 1-5 Participant
    Prize: 1st Prize: 3100/-, 2nd Prize: 2100/-
    Registration Fee: 200/- per Team

    Eligibility: Students studying in 10+2, UG and PG course (any stream) can participate.


    Rules/Specifications
    • Maximum time limit will be 10 minutes.
    • Judgement will be done on the same day.
    • Views and ideas presented by the participants should not harm anyone on the basis of caste/gender/creed/religion in any way.

    Note
    • Participants exceeding the time limit would be disqualified or else Judges’ decision will be final and binding.

    Important Instructions for Participants
    • Participants must bring their College/School Id Card with themselves and an authority letter from the concerned Principal of the College/School.
    • BFGI would not be responsible for any clash in timing of events.
    • Registration fee once deposited would not be refunded under any circumstances.
    • Mixed teams from different colleges/courses are allowed
    • Decision of judges would be final. Any query after result will not be entertained.
    • In some critical conditions, the organizer can add/change any rule on the spot.
    • No TA/DA will be given.

    Convener: Dr. Amandeep Kaur (95011-16236)
    Introduction to Event

    Painting of the face of a team mate highlighting any particular theme.
    Level of Event/Rounds: 1
    Team Size: Maximum 2 Participants
    Team Limit: 1 hour
    Prize: 1st Prize: 3100/-, 2nd Prize: 2100/-
    Registration Fee: 200/- Per Team

    Eligibility: Open to All


    Rules/Specifications
    • The students have to bring their own material (sketch pens, paint colours, etc).
    • USAGE OF MOBILE PHONE WILL LEAD TO DISQUALIFICATION OF PARTICIPANT.
    • The judges will evaluate the students and will select the winners. After the inspection, the participants can wash off their face after permission from the coordinators.

    Note
    • Teams exceeding the Time Limits would be disqualified else Judges Decision will be final and binding.

    Important Instructions for Participants
    • Participants must bring their College/School Id Card with themselves and an authority letter from the concerned Principal of the College/School.
    • BFGI would not be responsible for any clash in timing of events.
    • Registration fee once deposited would not be refunded under any circumstances.
    • In any team event, Mixed Teams from different Colleges/Courses are allowed.
    • Decision of Judges would be final. Any query after result will not be entertained.
    • In some critical conditions, the organizer can add/change any rule on the spot.
    • No TA/DA will be given.

    Convener: Ms. Kulbir Kaur Sandhu (95011-15609)
    Introduction to Event

    Painting of the T-Shirt of a team mate highlighting any particular theme based on a message.
    Level of Event/Rounds: 1
    Team Size: Maximum 2 Participants
    Team Limit: 1 hour
    Prize: 1st Prize: 3100/-, 2nd Prize: 2100/-
    Registration Fee: 200/- Per Team

    Eligibility: Open to All


    Rules/Specifications
    • The students have to bring in their own material (White T-Shirt, sketch pens, paint colours, etc).
    • USAGE OF MOBILE PHONE WILL LEAD TO DISQUALIFICATION OF PARTICIPANT.
    • The team mate whose shirt is to be painted must be wearing white colour T-Shirt while painting. The judges will evaluate the students and will select the winners.

    Note
    • Teams exceeding the Time Limits would be disqualified else Judges Decision will be final and binding.

    Important Instructions for Participants
    • Participants must bring their College/School Id Card with themselves and an authority letter from the concerned Principal of the College/School.
    • BFGI would not be responsible for any clash in timing of events.
    • Registration fee once deposited would not be refunded under any circumstances.
    • In any team event, Mixed Teams from different Colleges/Courses are allowed
    • Decision of Judges would be final. Any query after result will not be entertained.
    • In some critical conditions, the organizer can add/change any rule on the spot.
    • No TA/DA will be given.

    Convener: Ms. Kulbir Kaur Sandhu (95011-15609)
    Introduction to Event

    Water Rocket is a mechanical event that involves the fabrication of a rocket whose fuel/thrust for flight is obtained by the use of water that is expelled at a large air pressure. It is an example of Newton's third law of motion. The pre requisites for such an event would be a basic knowledge of fabrication, materials and physical calculations involving thrust, air pressure, etc. The event tests a couple of aspects of the Rocket’s flight. These include range, time of flight and accuracy of the launching mechanism.
    Team Size: Maximum 3 Participants
    Prize: 1st Prize: 2100/-, 2nd Prize: 1100/-
    Registration Fee: 200/- Per Team

    Eligibility: B. Tech., Polytechnic and +2 NM students are eligible.


    Rules
    • Max 3 participants. These Participants can be from different colleges too.
    • The rocket and its components must be handmade. No readymade rocket is allowed.
    • The rocket body should be made only with plastic bottles of aerated soft drinks of maximum capacity 2.5L and should be free of any fabrication failures or dents caused by heat exposure. More than one bottle can be used but the total volume must be less than 2.5L.
    • Each team MUST have their own launch pads.
    • The water rocket must use only compressed atmospheric air as its source of energy. Pressure compressors (foot pump) shall be provided at the venue. The pressure inside the container (rocket body) before launch should NOT exceed 60 psi for the first two rounds.
    • Water to be filled in the rockets will be provided by the organizers. Calculations regarding amount of water to be used is left to the choice of the team.
    • Two trials will be given to each team and best of two will be taken into consideration.
    • The rocket must be launched from a stationary position using a fixed launch pad. Slingshots, trebuchets, catapults, cannons, and all other devices that may assist launching are strictly prohibited. In other words, the internal pressure of the rocket must be the only source of energy for the rocket.
    • Water rockets can have multiple stages. Parachute, gliding mechanisms are permitted.
    • Use of electronic components and chemical explosives are banned.
    • The point where the rocket hits the ground first will be taken as the point of landing and measurements will be taken considering this point.
    • Teams are advised to get more than one water rocket, in case of any damage to one. But the water rockets must be identical.
    • The participants are allowed to use variations of their water rockets in different rounds. However, only one design must be maintained throughout a single round.
    • The team will be disqualified/given another chance to remodel if the model is found to be dangerous in anyway. Decision of the organizers is final and binding.

    Format

    The event consists of three rounds. First one is eliminatory, second is qualifying round and third is the final round.


    First Round: Range Test

    Here the maximum range is tested. The distance between the launch pad and the point of landing is measured and taken to be the points in that round. From this, 15-20 people will be shortlisted for the next round.


    Second Round: Accuracy Test

    At a distance of 70m from the launch pad, a target is placed. Target contains concentric circles of radii 2m, 4m and 6m. If the rocket lands at the center, team gets 100 points, second ring 75 points, and outer ring 50 points. If otherwise, no points are awarded. Three teams will qualify for the final round. In the case of any tie, the time of flight will be noted and the team with the least time gets into the next round.


    Third Round: Battle of Rockets

    Three teams to get selected (say A, B, C) are assured of prizes, but the battle will be against each other for their position in top three. The targets will be paper castles and will be aligned in an arc. The teams will try to destroy their opponents’ castles. The time taken to destroy an opponent’s castle will be the indicator for positions. For example, the team that manages to destroy the opponent’s castle first/with the least number of attempts will win the first prize.

    Judging Criteria
    • The judgment is completely based on the marking scheme mentioned in the event format.
    • The organizers decide to permit the launching of the rocket after inspection of both the rocket and launch pad considering factors such as safety and permissible mechanisms mentioned in the rules. In such cases, the organizers’ decision is final and binding.

    Introduction: A National Level Working Technical Projects The main objective of this project competition is to promote innovative ventures undertaken by students in the field of engineering. It aims to provide them with a platform to showcase their ideas to a larger part of the society including industry professionals. This event will also help them interact with other innovative minds and learn new things and also enhance their confidence with respect to project development.


    No. of Levels: NA
    Team Size: Maximum 3 Participants
    Prize:- Category- Engineering: 1st Prize: 5100/-, 2nd Prize: 2100/-
    Registration Fee: 200/- Per Team

    Eligibility: B.Tech. & Polytechnic students are eligible.


    Rules/Specifications
    • Project Competition is open for Engineering/Polytechnic students. Projects must be the original design and creation of the entrant(s).
    • Projects should be working Models.
    • Students may work individually or in teams.
    • Participants should get a synopsis (small report max of two pages) for their projects.
    • If you enter the Competition individually or as part of a Team (each, an “Entrant” or “You”), you must first register for the Competition (including designating a Team Leader and providing information for all Team Members.
    • Candidates should bring their laptop if required.
    • All participants are required to present a valid student ID Card.
    • Decision of judge’s panel will be final.
    • Separate stall will be provided for each team.

    Note
    • If teams are less than 5 then event will be cancelled.
    Introduction to Event

    In this event, each robot of the particular team or an individual is placed on stage or a ring where it has to push or throw out his opponent out of the ring and the robot remaining in the ring would be declared as winner of that particular match. There will be various stages of the tournament depending upon number of participants.
    No. of Levels: NA
    Team Size: Maximum 3 Participants
    Prize: 1st Prize: 5100/-, 2nd Prize: 2100/-
    Registration Fee: 200/- Per Team

    Eligibility: B.Tech., Polytechnic and +2NM students are eligible.


    Specification, Description and Rules
    • Students from different colleges can form a team.
    • The robots participating in every match of the round will be placed on the arena or stage which is one feet above the ground.
    • The robot has to push the opponent out of the arena or stage. If any robot stops working during clash, it would be considered as disqualified.
    • The robot which will win the finale would be declared as winner of the event.
    • The robot should fit inside a box of (35cm X 35cm X 35cm). Extension in robot structure after leaving box is not permitted.
    • The maximum time for the clash will be 3 minutes.
    • The battery of the robot should not exceed 12 volts.
    • The weight of the robot should not exceed 10kg.
    • Participants will not be allowed to change the battery once the robot is placed on the arena.
    • If the robot is wireless, the frequency of the remote should be such so as to avoid interruption.
    • Maximum 3 members are allowed per team.
    • Decision of the judges would be final.
    • Every participant must carry their valid college id-card.

    Don’ts in the Design of Robot
    • Do not disturb the opponent’s radio-control by putting a jamming device in the robot.
    • Robots shall not damage the arena deliberately.
    • Robots shall not throw liquid or powder or other substances at the opponent.
    • Robots shall not employ any flammable devices as a weapon.
    • Robots should not secure itself on the ring surface by using, suction cups, diaphragms, sticky treads, glue or other such devices.
    • Projectile weapons or saw-blades are prohibited.

    Note
    • If teams are less than 5 then event will be cancelled.
    Introduction to Event

    The objective is to design a manual robot and which can compete on arena specially designed for the robotic soccer match. The event mainly consist of ROUNDS 1, 2 and 3.
    No. of Levels: NA
    Team Size: Maximum 4 Participants
    Prize: 1st Prize: 3100/-, 2nd Prize: 2100/-
    Registration Fee: 200/- Per Team

    Eligibility: All students from B.Tech and polytechnic with a valid student identity card of their respective educational institutes are eligible to participate.


    Rules and Regulations
    • Team can have maximum number of 4 members.
    • No player can be exchanged in the middle of the match.
    • There is one defender and one attacker robot.(Match is 2 vs 2 robots)
    • Human interference not allowed. (Until robots get locked)
    • Decision of the judges or Event organizers treated as final. The event coordinator is the match referee. He takes all the decisions and participants have to abide by it.
    • No more AC/DC supply is provided near the arena.
    • Coordinators have the reserve rights to change the rules of game depending upon situation.
    • If physical damage occurs to the robot the team doing this will be disqualified on the spot.
    • Arena should not be damaged.

    Specification
    • The robot should not exceed 30cm*30cm*10cm.
    • Weight of the robot is up to 3kg.
    • The robot can be wired, wireless and autonomous.
    • Operating power supply should not exceed 12V DC. (Onboard and off board both are acceptable).
    • Only one member control the one robot.

    Introduction to Event

    The Robots will compete to complete the course in the shortest period of time while accurately tracking the course line from start to finish.
    No. of Levels: NA
    Team Size: Maximum 3 Participants
    Prize: 1st Prize: 3100/-, 2nd Prize: 2100/-
    Registration Fee: 200/- Per Team

    Eligibility: B.Tech., Polytechnic and +2NM students are eligible.


    Rules/Specifications
    • Students from different colleges can form a team.
    • Maximum 3 members are allowed per team.
    • The robot should fit inside a box of (30cm X 30cm X 30cm). Extension in robot structure after leaving box is not permitted.
    • Time is measured from crossing the start line until the robot crosses the finish line. A robot is deemed to have crossed the line when the forward most part of the robot contacts or crosses over the line.
    • A maximum of 3 minutes is allowed for a robot to complete the course. A robot that cannot complete the course in the allotted time shall be disqualified.
    • Once a robot has crossed the starting line it must remain fully autonomous, or it will be disqualified.
    • Any robot that loses the line course must reacquire the line at the point where it was lost, or at any earlier point.
    • The decisions of all officials regarding these rules and the conduct of the event shall be final.
    • No objections shall be declared against the judges' decisions.
    • Every participant must carry their valid college id-card.

    Note
    • If teams are less than 5 then event will be cancelled.

    Team Size: Maximum 3 Participants
    Prize: 1st Prize: 3100/-, 2nd Prize: 2100/-
    Registration Fee: 200/- Per Team

    Eligibility: B.Tech., Polytechnic and +2NM students are eligible.


    Rules/Specifications
    Game Rules:
    • Maximum 5 Minutes will be given to each team.
    • Winner would be the team who will put the ball in the hole with minimum shots in limited time.
    • If there were a tie with the number of shots, then the team having minimum time would be the winner.
    • The ball must not be in contact with the bot for more than 3 seconds.
    • In case of bot remains in contact with ball for more than 3 seconds then there will be a penalty of +2 shots for every extra seconds.
    • In case of bot remains in contact with ball for more than 3 seconds then bot must be removed from the ball by event organizers.
    • In case of tie in shots and time as well then there will be rematch between the teams.
    Game Restrictions:
    • Only 3 members of the team are allowed to handle the bot.
    • No team member will be allowed inside the arena (in any case).
    • Participants are not allowed to keep anything inside the arena other than the bot.
    • The time measured by the organizers will be final and will be used for scoring the teams.
    • Time measured by any contestant by any other means is not acceptable for scoring.
    • In case of any disputes/discrepancies, the organizers, decision will be the final and binding.
    • The organizers reserve the rights to change or all of the above rules as they deem fit. Change in rules, if any will be highlighted on the website and notified to the registered teams.
    Bot Specifications:
    • The robot may be wired or wireless. In case of wired robot, the wires must remain slack at all times during the game.
    • Wire length must be more than 2 meters.
    • If the robot causes any kind of damage to the arena it will be immediately disqualified.
    • The organizers have the privilege to change any of the rules as they deem fit.
    • Dimension and weights: Bot must not exceed 300mm x 300mm x 300mm as l x b x h in dimensions at all times. The weight of the robot must not exceed 3kg.
    Batteries and Power:
    • Each team must have their own batteries to power their bot.
    • Voltage must not exceed 12 volts between any two points. External power supply will not be provided.
    Team Specification:
    • A team may consist of maximum of 3 members.
    • All students with a valid identity card of their respective educational institutes are eligible to participate in the event.

    Note
    • Ball specification: Standard Golf Ball. If teams are less than 5 then event will be cancelled.
    Introduction to Event

    Cyclo Mania is a time-based event, Individuals or team of 3 members from various colleges can participate in this event. Each team has to assemble a bicycle and one of them will complete a lap of 100 meters.
    Team Size: Maximum 3 Participants
    Prize: 1st Prize: 2100/-, 2nd Prize: 1100/-
    Registration Fee: 200/- Per Team

    Eligibility: +1, +2, All Pursuing Graduate Students & Polytechnic students are eligible.


    Rules/Specifications
    • Total Time will be 30 minutes.
    • Each team will consist of 3 members there will 1 rider and 2 assemblers. Rider cannot help/talk to assemblers while event is going on.
    • Each Team has to assemble Tyres and Air pressure, Seat, Peddles, all breaks and carrier.
    • 30 seconds will be deducted from total time for incomplete assembly of each part. 05 seconds will be deducted from total time for touch down while riding the bicycle.
    • Any damage/tempering to tools and equipment will lead to disqualification of team.
    • Judge’s decision will be final; no objection can be raised.
    • Assembler must fill 100% air pressure.
    • All rights regarding modification or withdrawn of event are reserved to event organizers.

    Note
    • If teams are less than 5 then event will be cancelled.
    Introduction to Event

    Teams have to build an autonomous robot which can follow Black lines and keep track of directions while going through the maze. The bot has to analyze the path in the dry run and has to go through the maze from the starting point to the ending point in shortest path in actual run.


    Team Size: Maximum 3 Participants
    Prize: 1st Prize: 2100/-, 2nd Prize: 1100/-
    Registration Fee: 200/- Per Team

    Eligibility: All students From B.Tech with a valid Student identity card of their respective educational institutes are eligible to participate.


    Bot Specifications
    • The robot must fit into the box of dimension 30cm X 30cm X 30 cm (LxBxH).
    • Bot must be started individually by only one switch. However, a team may have an onboard switch for restart. This switch has to be shown to the organizer before the run.
    • During the run, the autonomous bot must not damage the arena in any way. It is not allowed to leave anything behind or make any marks while traversing the arena. Any bot found damaging the arena will be immediately disqualified. The final decision is at the discretion of the organizers.
    • When using the electric power supply, the potential difference between any two points must not exceed 12v at any point of time during the game.
    • The autonomous bot should not separate or split into two or more units. All bots/units which are touching each other or are in the starting point will be considered as one bot.
    • Bot cannot be constructed using readymade ‘Lego kits’ or any readymade mechanism. But they can make use of readymade gear assemblies.

    NOTE: Violating this clause will lead to disqualification of the team.


    Rules
    • Teams will be given 1 minute for calibration. If any team is found to alter its code after depositing its bots, then it will be immediately disqualified from the competition. They are however allowed to make any other hardware changes.
    • Only one autonomous bot per team is allowed.
    • When the autonomous bot starts, no team member is allowed to touch the bot or enter the arena.
    • At the start of the task, the bot will be placed at the starting point. Only 1 team member is allowed to be near the game field while starting the bot.
    • Run will start only when organizers give the signal.
    • The starting procedure of the bot should be simple and should not involve giving bot, any manual force or impulse in any direction.
    • A total of 5 minutes and 30 seconds will be given. The bot has to finish the main run in that.
    • A team may consist of a maximum of 3 participants. Students from different educational institutes can form a team.
    Introduction to Event

    The construction and testing of model bridges promotes the study and application of fundamental principles of physics and also helps students develop "hands on" skills & explore your “creative skills & logical thinking” through this perfect platform. By partaking in the Bridge-O-Mania competition students get a flavor of what it is to be an Engineer, designing structures to a set of specifications and then seeing them perform their function. They are also provided with an academically-oriented extracurricular activity which is recognized Globally.
    It is an event in which you have to design a bridge using only Popsicle (ice creams) sticks and Adhesive (glue) to hold the bridge architecture. The architecture should be such that it should have capacity to bear maximum weight (load) without any collapse. Think your design can overcome any Obstacle. If yes, it is time to fold your sleeves to initiate such design.
    Team Size: Maximum 3 Participants
    Prize: 1st Prize: 2100/-, 2nd Prize: 1100/-
    Registration Fee: 200/- Per Team

    Eligibility: +1, +2, All Pursuing Graduate & Polytechnic students.


    Rules/Specifications
    General Rules:
    • Each and every member must have the identity card of their respective institute with them.
    • Team whose structure will not be completed in the specified time will be disqualified.
    • The maximum time allotted 180 Minutes only.
    • In any case the decision of the Faculty coordinator &judges will be final and binding to all.
    • Participants should not bring their own scale, pencil and cutter which they require at the time of the event.
    • If teams are less than 5 then event will be cancelled.
    Logistics to be provided:
    • Adhesives and sticks will be provided on the spot. Adhesive can only be used to join Popsicle sticks together. However, adhesive cannot be applied on free surface of member made of pop sticks to increase its strength.It is not compulsory to use all the Popsicle sticks.
    • Participants should not bring their own scale, pencil and cutter which they require at the time of the event.

    Note
    • Use of material other than given is not permitted.

    Problem Statement

    You have to design and contrast a statically determinate and stable bridge truss using limited number of popsicle sticks and other limited material such that your bridge fulfills followings dimensional criteria –

    • Span(length) of the bridge= 60cm
    • Clear width of the bridge= 10cm
    • Height of the bridge = 10-20 cm (so that a vehicle having a height 10 cm may pass from one end to another end of the deck without any obstacle)
    Note:

    Position of the members in the deck should be such that there should be no difficulty in placing pan/bucket arrangement at the middle of the depth (during final testing of the bridge)


    Technical Norms:
    • The dimensions of the structure (as above cited) would be checked first before putting any load and any structure not satisfying the criteria would be disqualified.
    • Once the structure is weighed, you are not allowed to modify your structure in any way.
    • There should not be any variations in the dimensions of the bridge, Limiting to an error of 1 cm in width and 2 cm in length.

    Criteria for Judgment

    • The Bridge will be kept on a platform which having 60cm clear span.
    • A bucket/pan will be tied to the centre of the bridge using a rope and sand or water will be filled slowly in to the bucket/Pan. The weight at which the bridge breaks will be calculated using an electronic balance.
    • Tie Breaker - In the case of tie light weight bridge will be the winner

    Introduction to Event

    The faster you run the sooner you’re done. Racing is great mania which one must sacrifice everything, without reticence, without hesitation. A smooth race never made a skilful racer and to take care of that we bring you the dirt Arena because A Little Dirt Never Hurt! So come with your robots to the dirt track and race it like you stole it!
    Team Size: Maximum 3 Participants
    Prize: 1st Prize: 3100/-, 2nd Prize: 2100/-
    Registration Fee: 200/- Per Team

    Eligibility: B.Tech, Polytechnic students are eligible.


    Rules/Specifications
    • The goal of the contest is to design a manual or wireless ROBOT which can complete the track, Full of hurdles.
    • Dimension: - 30*30*30
    • Weight:- max. 3kg
    • Power Supply:- Maximum 12v Battery, DC motor.
    • * IC engine not allowed.
    • Playing rules to be decided on the spot.
    • Playing field parameters: Track will be of around 450mm width (max.), the length may be smaller at some points.

    Note
    • All decisions of a referee and judges are final.
    • All the criteria will be checked before the match. If any ROBOT fails to match the criteria shall be disqualified.
    Introduction to Event

    Fight between two bots which have to win a fight against each other by pulling the other robot towards itself to cross a centre line.
    Team Size: Maximum 3 Participants
    Prize: 1st Prize: 3100/-, 2nd Prize: 2100/-
    Registration Fee: 200/- Per Team

    Eligibility: B.Tech, Polytechnic students are eligible.


    Bot Specifications
    • The robot must fit inside the box of 30cm x 30cm x 30cm (length x breadth x height).
    • The robot must not weigh more than 3 kg.
    • No readymade base or lego kits will be allowed (Readymade motors and some parts are allowed).
    • Battery can be on board or off board but it should not be more than 12v.
    • The machine may have its own mechanisms attached to the tow which can help it to attach tow bar and give support to the robot while pulling the other bot. But all the mechanisms must be under the dimensions allowed.
    • There are no limitations on the number of motors and on rpm of the motors.
    Rules
    • The towing mechanism of the robot must be at its centre and must be safely fixed and if any part comes off of the machine then it will lose that round.
    • The bot must win 2 out of 3 trials to win a round.
    • If after 90 seconds in each trial; no robot has crossed the line then it will be considered as draw.
    • Own a attachment to tie the rope
    Judging Criteria’s
    • Each round will be monitored by a judge.
    • Delays: If a robot requires repairs or adjustments between rounds or matches, competitors must make those repairs as quickly as possible. Judges will not wait more than 2 minutes.
    • All decisions taken by the organizing team will be deemed as final, and no more changes will be encouraged, thus holding the full authority to change any of the above rules as per circumstances.

    Note
    • Students from different institutions are allowed to participate.
    • No participant is allowed to be in two teams.
    • Participants are required to bring the college ID.
    Introduction to Event

    Teams have to build a manual controlled robot which has to cross certain obstacles such as bridges, gravels, sand, slippery path and a water hurdle. which is full of twists. It should be completed in the given time.
    Team Size: Maximum 3 Participants
    Prize: 1st Prize: 3100/-, 2nd Prize: 2100/-
    Registration Fee: 200/- Per Team

    Bot Specifications
    • The robot must fit into the box of dimension 30cm X 30cm X 30cm (LxBxH).
    • The weight of robot must not exceed 3kg.
    • When using the electric power supply, the potential difference between any two points must not exceed 12 V.
    • The robot cannot be constructed using readymade ‘Lego kits’ or any readymade mechanism. But they can make use of readymade gear assemblies.
    • The robot must not damage the arena in any way damaging the arena leads to disqualification of the robot.

    Rules
    • The robot will be placed at start line.
    • The robot should remain on track, otherwise it has to start from last checkpoint crossed though timer will not be stopped.
    • There are penalties for each obstacle skipped i.e. when a team clear hurdles, then they will be rewarded with 5points of each hurdle and if they skips any hurdle then 3 points will be deducted from their actual points. Penalties will be added to the total time.
    • Timer will stop as soon as robot crosses finish line.
    • The robot must float into the water hurdle.
    • Scoring and penalties rules will be announced on the day of event.
    • One team member is elected as the robot handler. Only that team member is permitted to control the robot during the game. All other team members must remain outside the game zone.
    • Participants who misbehave may be asked to leave the competition area and risks being disqualified from the contest.
    • Robots or participants that cause deliberate interference with other robots or damage to the arena will be disqualified.
    • All decisions about scoring, game play, and timing, participation made by the Organizing Committee are final. Teams should completely respect their vote and decisions.
    • The organizers reserve the rights to change any or all of the above rules as they deem fit. Change in rules, if any will be highlighted on the website and notified to the registered teams.
    • Violation of any the above rules will lead to disqualification.
    • The approximate time will be given to complete it is 10 Minutes.
    • When the robot will cross the water hurdle then it have to be clear within 3minutes otherwise 15seconds of penalty will be added to their time.
    • A team may consist of a maximum of 3 participants. Students from different educational institutes can form a team.

    Participant Criteria: Only 10th to Post Graduate Students
    Prize: 21000/-
    Registration Fee: 200/- Per Participant

    Rules/Specifications

    • Participant will be free to present any dance style.
    • Use of props is permitted.
    • Dangerous stunts are strictly prohibited.
    • Time limit will be 3 to 4 minutes per participant.
    • The participants will bring their own CD/Pen Drive.

    General Instructions
    • Participant must be a student and should have his/her ID card.
    • Participant shall have to report to the incharge/organizers at least one hour before the commencement of the event.
    • Students are requested to bring their own material, if required.

    • Only the participant will be allowed inside the designated venue.
    • Decision of Judges will be final and binding in all cases.
    • Organizers are not responsible for any delays or non-receipt of applications on any account & for any reasons whatsoever.
    • No TA/DA shall be paid to the participant & incharges.
    • Organizers reserve the right to change schedule of events and qualification rounds.
    • Incorrect information will result in disqualification, whether discovered prior to, during or after participation.
    Auditions Venue
    • 6 Jan., 2020

      MUKTSAR

      Sant Baba Gurmukh Singh International School - Time: 10: 00 AM

    • 7 Jan., 2020

      DABWALI

      Arya Vidya Mandir Sen. Sec. School - Time: 10: 00 AM

    • 8 Jan., 2020

      MANSA

      Dashmesh Public Sen. Sec. School - Time: 10: 00 AM

    • 11 Jan., 2020

      ABOHAR

      Swami Keshwanand Sen. Sec. School - Time: 10: 00 AM

    • 15 Jan., 2020

      TALWANDI SABO

      Khalsa Girls Sen. Sec. School - Time: 10: 00 AM

    • 16 Jan., 2020

      BATHINDA

      Baba Farid Sen. Sec. School - Time: 10: 00 AM

    • 17 Jan., 2020

      BFGI Campus

      Deon, Bathinda - Time: 10: 00 AM

    Contact detail: Ms. Tanminderpal Kaur 95011-15141

    Documents Required: Identity Proof
    Prize: 21000/- + Gift Hampers
    Registration Fee: 200/- Per Participant

    Eligibility (if any): 10th to Post Graduate Students.


    Rules/Specifications
    • Time limit will be of 5 minutes per participant.
    • Participant will be free to present any geners.
    • Participant must be a student with ID Proof.
    • Vulgarity of any kind would lead to disqualification.
    • Only the applicant will be allowed inside the designated venue.
    • Participant shall have to report to the incharge/organizers at least one hour before the commencement of the event.
    • Any act of indiscipline on the part of the participant shall result in disqualification.
    • No TA/DA shall be paid to the participant & incharges.
    • Incorrect Information will result in disqualification, whether discovered prior to, during or after participation.
    • Organizers are not responsible for any delays or non – receipt of applications on any account & for any reason whatsoever.
    • Decision of the Judges will be Final & binding in all cases.
    • Organizers reserve the right to change schedule of events & qualification rounds.

    Contact Detail
    Mr. Mohit Kumar (95011-15353) & Mr. Narinder Single (95011-15209) Entry Form
    Auditions Venue
    • 6 Jan., 2020

      MUKTSAR

      Sant Baba Gurmukh Singh International School - Time: 10: 00 AM

    • 7 Jan., 2020

      DABWALI

      Arya Vidya Mandir Sen. Sec. School - Time: 10: 00 AM

    • 8 Jan., 2020

      MANSA

      Dashmesh Public Sen. Sec. School - Time: 10: 00 AM

    • 11 Jan., 2020

      ABOHAR

      Swami Keshwanand Sen. Sec. School - Time: 10: 00 AM

    • 15 Jan., 2020

      TALWANDI SABO

      Khalsa Girls Sen. Sec. School - Time: 10: 00 AM

    • 16 Jan., 2020

      BATHINDA

      Baba Farid Sen. Sec. School - Time: 10: 00 AM

    • 17 Jan., 2020

      BFGI Campus

      Deon, Bathinda - Time: 10: 00 AM

    Team Size: Maximum 2 Participants
    Prize: 1st Prize: 5100/-, 2nd Prize: 3100/-
    Registration Fee: 200/- Per Team

    Eligibility (if any): Only 10th to Graduate students

    Theme: Science & Technology for sustainable development
    Sub Themes:
    • Sustainable agricultural practices
    • Cleanliness & Health
    • Resource management
    • Future transport & communication
    • Digital and Technological solution
    • Educational games & mathematical modeling
    Rules/Specifications
    • Prepared Models should be in working condition.
    • A team should consist of maximum two students.
    • Synopsis of models is also required.
    • Students can also prepare presentation for their model.

    General Instructions
    • Participant must be a student and should have his/her ID card.
    • Participant shall have to report to the incharge/organizers at least one hour before the commencement of the event.
    • Students are requested to bring their own material, if required.
    • Only the participant will be allowed inside the designated venue
    • Decision of Judges will be final and binding in all cases.
    • Organizers are not responsible for any delays or non-receipt of applications on any account & for any reasons whatsoever.
    • No TA/DA shall be paid to the participant & incharges.
    • Organizers reserve the right to change schedule of events and qualification rounds.
    • Incorrect information will result in disqualification, whether discovered prior to, during or after participation.

    Convener: Ms. Manisha Sharma(95011-15160)
    Team Size: 1 Participant
    Prize: 1st Prize: 2100/-, 2nd Prize: 1100/-
    Registration Fee: 200/- Per Participant
    Eligibility (if any): Only 10th to Graduate students

    Rules/Specifications
    • There should be only one participant in one team.
    • Time limit will be 2 hours per participant.
    • Topics will be given on the spot.
    • Size of the chart paper should be 14x11 (in inch).
    • Any type of colour medium can be used.
    • Participants will bring their own board for supporting chart paper.

    General Instructions
    • Participant must be a student and should bring his/her ID proof along with him/her.
    • Participant shall have to report to the incharge/organizers at least one hour before the commencement of the event.
    • Students are requested to bring their own material, if required.
    • Only the participant will be allowed inside the designated venue.
    • Decision of Judges will be final and binding in all cases.
    • Organizers are not responsible for any delays or non-receipt of applications on any account & for any reasons whatsoever.
    • No TA/DA shall be paid to the participant & incharges.
    • Organizers reserve the right to change schedule of events and qualification rounds.
    • Incorrect information will result in disqualification, whether discovered prior to, during or after participation.

    Contact Detail
    Mr. Ram Samujh: 95011-15982
    Introduction to Event

    A Game in which the players attempt to find hidden articles, locations or places by means of series of clues.
    Level of Event/Rounds: 3
    Team Size: Minimum 2 and Maximum 2 Participants
    Prize: 1st Prize: 2100/-, 2nd Prize: 1100/-
    Registration Fee: 200/- Per Team
    Eligibility (if any): Participant should be 14 years onward.


    Rules/Specifications
    • Round 1st - BEG/BORROW/STEAL list items in 30 minutes.
    • Round 2nd - There would be a Digital Test based on General Mental Ability.
    • Round 3rd - Max. Top 6 teams will be selected for the final round. The final round includes task performances by finalists in minimum time.
    General Rules & Regulations
    • Team wise Entry in each round.
    • Participant must be a student with ID Proof/Authority letter.
    • For age proof Participant should have Aadhar card/Birth Certificate/Voter Card.
    • Indiscipline of any kind would lead to disqualification.
    • Only the applicant team will be allowed inside the designated venue.
    • Participants shall have to report to the incharge/organizers at least one hour before the commencement of the event.
    • No TA/DA shall be paid to the participant & incharges.
    • Organizers are not responsible for any loss or Physical injury that occurs to the applicant during their Performance in the event.
    • Incorrect Information will result in disqualification, whether discovered prior to, during or after participation.
    • Organizers are not responsible for any delays or non – receipt of applications on any account & for any reason whatsoever.
    • Decision of the organizers will be Final & binding in all cases.
    • Organizers reserve the right to change schedule of events & qualification rounds.

    Contact Detail
    9501115394 (Co-ordinator), 9501115585(Event Head)
    Team Size: 2 Participant
    Prize: 1st Prize: 2100/-, 2nd Prize: 1100/-
    Registration Fee: 200/- Per Team
    Eligibility (if any): Only 10th to Graduate students

    Rules/Specifications
    • Food should be prepared without using fire.
    • Each team should consist of 2 participants.
    • Participants should prepare their item within 1 hour.
    • Any type of chopping or other preparations related to item should not be done before time or at home. If such preparation is found then that team along with their items will be disqualified.
    • Use of boiled food is prohibited.
    • Each team should prepare two items i.e. a dish and a beverage.
    • White chef cap and apron is compulsory for participants

    General Instructions
    • Participant must be a student and should have his/her ID card.
    • Students must bring their Birth Proof like Adhar Card/ DMC of 10th standard.
    • Participant shall have to report to the incharge/organizers at least one hour before the commencement of the event.
    • Students are requested to bring their own material, if required.
    • Only the participant will be allowed inside the designated venue
    • Decision of Judges will be final and binding in all cases.
    • Organizers are not responsible for any delays or non-receipt of applications on any account & for any reasons whatsoever.
    • No TA/DA shall be paid to the participant & incharges.
    • Organizers reserve the right to change schedule of events and qualification rounds.
    • Incorrect information will result in disqualification, whether discovered prior to, during or after participation.

    Contact Detail
    Ms. Mandeep Kaur: 95011-15170

    Documents Required: Identity Proof
    Team Size: 1 Participant
    Prize: 1st Prize: 2100/-, 2nd Prize: 1100/-
    Registration Fee: 200/- Per Participant

    Eligibility (if any): 10th to Post Graduate Students.


    Rules/Specifications
    • There should be only one participant in one team.
    • The participant has to get their own material (Turban, Mirror, Pins etc).
    • Participant must be a student with ID Proof.
    • The participants are requested to reach the venue at 9:00 am in first day of Vibgyor (1, Feb,20).
    • Each participant will have to tie a turban around his own head in 15 minutes.
    • All the pre-tying set up shall be done before the starting time.
    • Participants should have the basic knowledge of importance of the Turban.
    • Only the applicant will be allowed inside the designated venue.
    • Participant shall have to report to the incharge /organizers at least one hour before the commencementof the event.
    • Any act of indiscipline on the part of the participant shall result in disqualification.
    • No TA/DA shall be paid to the participant & incharges.
    • Incorrect Information will result in disqualification, whether discovered prior to, during or after participation.
    • Organizers are not responsible for any delays or non –receipt of applications on any account & for any reason whatsoever.
    • Decision of the Judges will be Final & binding in all cases.

    Contact Detail
    Dr. Jaswinder Pal (95011-16237) & Mr. Samridh Dutt (95011-15388) Entry Form
    Introduction to Event

    Arc welding is a process that is used to join metal to metal by using electricity to create enough heat to melt metal, and the melted metals when cool result in a binding of the metals. It is a type of welding that uses a welding power supply to create an electric arc between an electrode and the base material to melt the metals at the welding point. They can use either direct(DC) or alternating (AC) current, and consumable or non-consumable electrodes. The welding region is usually protected by some type of shielding gas, vapor, or slag. Arc welding processes may be manual, semi-automatic, or fully automated. First developed in the late part of the 19th century, arc welding became commercially important in shipbuilding during the Second World War. Today it remains an important process for the fabrication of steel structures and vehicles.


    Brief Overview of the Competition

    In this competition, the competitor will have to show their welding skills using Arc Welding Process and they have to shows their welding skills by showing the following parameters. Welding Layer formations Joints – various types of welding joints. Stud Joints – This Includes Cutting, Drilling, Welding and Filling.


    Who Can Participate

    • Participants must have the Basic Knowledge of Workshop Technology.
    • Candidate must have the knowledge of Welding joints.
    • Candidate can appear from Mechanical Engineering Background or anyone having the knowledge of workshop Technology ITI, DIPLOMA and B-Tech Candidate may also apply for this competition. Age of Participants is 23 years or less.
    • Candidate must have proper College or Institutional Valid ID Card.

    Team Size: 1 Participant
    Prize: 1st Prize: 2100/-, 2nd Prize: 1100/-
    Registration Fee: 200/- Per Participant

    Eligibility:

    • Candidate should have the knowledge of basic welding processes
    • Candidate Can appear from all branches.
    • Candidate age of participation is 23 years or less.
    • Candidate must have their Original College / Institutions Valid ID card.


    Rules
    • Project will be Single Student's work
    • There would be two rounds in the competition:
      • Round 1: Welding layer Formation : 15 min
      • Round 2: Make Joints : 30 Mins
      • Round 3: Stud joints : 1 hour
    • Student need to be present at the time of competitions. Results will be declared on the same day of competitions.
    • Candidates eliminated from the 1st round would stand disqualified and would not be eligible to sit in 2ndround.
    • The Decisions of the judges will be final and is not-subjected to be changed by any circumstances.

    For more details: 95011-15412
    Introduction to Event

    An electronic circuit is composed of individual electronic components, such as resistors, transistors, capacitors, inductors and diodes, connected by conductive wires or traces through which electric current can flow. The combination of components and wires allows various simple and complex operations to be performed: signals can be amplified, computations can be performed, and data can be moved from one place to another.

    The process of circuits design can cover systems ranging from complex electronic systems all the way down to the individual transistors within an integrated circuit. For simple circuits the design process can often be done by one person without needing a planned or structured design process, but for more complex designs, teams of designers follow a systematic approach with intelligently guided computer simulation are becoming increasingly common.


    Brief overview of the Competition

    In this competition of circuit Designing, Groups of Participants need to design and complete a circuit chosen from the given challenges; Participants used Circuit Building and Assembly of the circuits within specific time and with Specific Given Components. All the required components and equipment for the competition will be provided by Institute.

    Team Size: Maximum 3 Participant
    Prize: 1st Prize: 2100/-, 2nd Prize: 1100/-
    Registration Fee: 200/- Per Team

    Challenges for the Circuit Designing Competition
    • Design Digital Gate Logic by using Transistor.
    • Design a power supply for the Voltage Range Given.
    • Design clap switch using 555 timer IC
    • DC Motor Control using SCR and IC-Cmos.
    • LDR Based Street Light Control.

    Rules/Specifications
    • Not More than 3 participants can be there in group.
    • Students from different colleges can also make single team.
    • Each team will be given minimum of 2 challenges mentioned above, on the spot.
    • Each team will be given 90 minutes for the designing and execution of the circuits.(Timing will be dependent upon the no. Of challenges assigned to the team).
    • Use of mobile phone is strictly prohibited.
    • No team member can use internet for their references.
    • Each team should have valid id proof from college.
    • Only students from polytechnic and engineering will be allowed.
    • No pre- designed circuits/images stored on laptop are allowed.
    • All the electronics/electrical equipment related to competition will be provided by the institutions itself.
    • For challenge no. 1 and 2, the task will be given on the spot.
    • Decision of judges will be final and will not be questionable under any circumstances.

    For more details: 95011-15412
    Introduction to Event

    A mobile robot is a machine that is capable of locomotion. A spying robot is an example of a mobile robot capable of movement in a given environment. Mobile robots have the capability to move around in their environment and are not fixed to one physical location. Mobile robots can be "autonomous" (AMR - autonomous mobile robot) which means they are capable of navigating an uncontrolled environment without the need for physical or electro-mechanical guidance devices. Alternatively, mobile robots can rely on guidance devices that allow them to travel a pre-defined navigation route in relatively controlled space (AGV - autonomous guided vehicle). Mobile robots have become more commonplace in commercial and industrial settings. Hospitals have been using autonomous mobile robots to move materials for many years. Warehouses have installed mobile robotic systems to efficiently move materials from stocking shelves to order fulfilment zones. Mobile robots are also a major focus of current research and almost every major university has one or more labs that focus on mobile robot research.


    Brief overview of the Competition

    Mobile robots are also found in industrial, military and security settings. Domestic robots are consumer products, including entertainment robots and those that perform certain household tasks such as vacuuming or gardening. The components of a mobile robot are a controller, control software, sensors and actuators. The controller is generally a microprocessor, embedded microcontroller or a personal computer (PC). Mobile control software can be either assembly level language or high-level languages such as C, C++, Pascal, Fortran or special real-time software. The sensors used are dependent upon the requirements of the robot. The requirements could be dead reckoning, tactile and proximity sensing, triangulation ranging, collision avoidance, position location and other specific applications. In this competition of Mobile Robotics, Groups of Participant need to Assemble the Robot by given Components, Participant used Circuit Building and Assembly of the Robot within Specific Time and with Specific Given Components.

    Software Required: ARDUINO IDE
    Team Size: Maximum 3 Participants
    Prize: 1st Prize: 2100/-, 2nd Prize: 1100/-
    Registration Fee: 200/- Per Team

    Who can Participate
    • Students from different colleges can also make single team.
    • Maximum participants in a team can be three (3).
    • Use of mobile phone is strictly prohibited.
    • No team member can use internet for their references.
    • Data sheets of the components can be provided by the organizing committee.
    • Teams should use only those components which are provided by the organizing committee. Use of any extra component may lead to disqualification.
    • Decision of judges will be final and will not be questionable under any circumstances.
    • Maximum duration of competition is 2 hours.

    For more details: 95011-15412
    Introduction to Event

    Web Design encompasses many different skills and disciplines in the production and maintenance of websites. In this competition various aspects would be covered and tested like website design, website layout, client and server side. The main purpose of this Skill Competition is to recognize internationally those students who have knowledge and expertise in web designing. Through these competitions BFGI aims at creating awareness of WORLD SKILL STANDARDS SPECIFICATONS(WSSS) so that students can perform and upgrade their skills as per World Skill Standard Specifications and can prepare, participate and win the final World Skills Competitions which are held after series of State, Regional and National Level competitions organized by National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) and World Skills India. In BFGI Skill Competition, the assessment of knowledge and understanding will take place through the assessment of performance. Specified task will be provided with Specified time related to the problem scenario.


    Task

    The participant must know and understand World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) standards for HTML and CSS. In this competition, we will be giving a task to candidate to make the website using HTML, CSS, JavaScript.

    Team Size: 1 Participant
    Prize: 1st Prize: 2100/-, 2nd Prize: 1100/-
    Registration Fee: 200/- Per Participant

    Eligibility:

    • Candidate should have the knowledge of HTML, CSS and JawaScript.
    • Candidate from any Branch/Course (preferably from CS and IT field) who have the knowledge of HTML, CSS and Java Script can participate in this competition.
    • Candidate age for participation is 23 years or less.
    • Candidate must have their Original College/Institutional Valid ID card.


    Rules/Specifications
    • Task will be Single Student’s work.
    • Each student will be assigned with a computer and task to be designed (Website Layout or Design Description).
    • There would be only one round during the competition.

    For more details: 95011-15412

    Team Size: 1 Participant
    Prize: 1st Prize: 2100/-, 2nd Prize: 1100/-
    Registration Fee: 200/- Per Participant

    Rules & Specifications
    • Individual Event
    • The compiler provided will be TURBO C
    • Consists of two rounds
    • The Judges decision is final.

    Round 1:
    • A simple code with syntax error will be given on paper.
    • Participants have to correct the errors on paper and type the code with MONITOR SWITCHED OFF.
    • Ten minutes will be given to type and correct the code.
    • Based on the results of first round the participants will be selected for second round.
    Round 2:
    • Only problem statement will be provided.
    • Participants need to type the code in TURBO C with MONITORS SWITCHED OFF.
    • Twenty minutes will be given to each participant.
    • Winners will be announced based on the results of compilation and execution.
    In case of TIE:
    • TIE breaking problem statement will be given and time will be monitored.

    For more details: 95011-15412
    Introduction to Event

    Computer-Aided Design (CAD)is the use of Computer systems to aid in the creation, modification, analysis, or optimization of a design. CAD software is used to increase the productivity of the designer, improve the quality of design, improve communications through documentation, and to create a database for CIVIL Engineering Design. As in the manual drafting of technical and engineering drawing, the output of CAD must convey information, such as materials, processes, dimensions, and tolerances, according to application-specific conventions. CAD may be used to design curves and figures in (2D) space; or curves, surfaces, and solids in (3D) space.

    Through these competitions BFGI aim is to create awareness of WORLD SKILL STANDARDS SPECIFICATONS(WSSS) so that students can perform and upgrade their skills as per World Skill Standard Specifications and can prepare, participate and win the final World Skills Competitions which are held after series of State, Regional and National Level competitions organized by National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) and World Skills India.


    Brief overview of the Competition

    In this competition, the competitor will have to demonstrate the knowledge and Skill necessary to create 3D feature based Part Modeling, Assembly Drawing and 2D Detail Drawings by using CAD software. The competitor should also be able to read, interpret, Draw Civil Engineering Drawings and various Technical Problems Related to Design.

    Who can Participate
    • Candidate Must have knowledge of Civil CAD software.
    • Participants May Also Bring his/her own laptop for Competition.
    • I.T.I, DIPLOMA and B-Tech Candidate also apply for this competition.
    • Age for participation is 23 years or less.
    • Candidate must have their Valid College or Institutions ID card.

    Team Size: 1 Participant
    Prize: 1st Prize: 5100/-, 2nd Prize: 2100/-
    Registration Fee: 200/- Per Participant

    Rules/Specifications
    • Limited to One Entry Per Student.
    • Project must be Single Student’s work.
    • PC will be assigned by organizing committee to the participant and participant can check and verify the software and all specification before the commencement of competition.
    • Participant will not be allowed to change PC, after commencement of the competition.
    • Design Project Test will be given by the organizing committee at the time of competition.
    • Decision of judges will be final and will not be questionable under any circumstances.

    For more details: 95011-15412
    Introduction to Event

    A bricklayer works on commercial and residential projects. The main responsibility of a bricklayer is to construct masonry components accurately and neatly according to the plan which often contains technical details. The bricklayer will interpret drawings, set out and measure, construct and finish to a high standard. Successful bricklayer requires endurance, concentration, an eye for details with continuing responsibility to work professionally in order to meet the requirements of the customer. Each team will have provided with drawing of task with full specifications and they have to construct it with in given time. The team who complete task within time and with maximum on accuracy in dimensions, levels, and appearance will be declared as winner.


    Team Size: Maximum 3 Participant
    Prize: 1st Prize: 5100/-, 2nd Prize: 2100/-
    Registration Fee: 200/- Per Team

    Eligibility: +1, +2, A diploma holder/perusing (Any Stream), B.Tech (Any Stream), Candidate must have valid student ID card.


    Rules/Specifications
    • A team will consist of two candidates.
    • Total time will be 4 hours.
    • All equipment and material required for competition will be provided on the spot.
    • Drawing for the model will be provided 30 min before start of competition.
    • Judgement will be based on accuracy in dimensions, levels, and appearance (without backside) of the model.
    • Candidates are not allowed to use their own equipment.
    • Candidates can put their doubts about drawing before start of competition but once competition is started then candidates are not allowed to ask any question about the same.
    • Judge’s decision will be final;no objection can be raised.
    • All rights regarding modification or withdrawn of event are reserved to event organizers.

    Note: All participants must follow health and safety measures, suggested to wear gloves, gogles and safety shoes.
    For more details: 95011-15412

    Documents Required: Identity Proof/ Authority letter
    Eligibility: 10th to Post Graduate Students
    Registration Fee: 500/- Per Participant

    Prize: 31,000/- (Individually Each) & Gift Hampers
    Contact detail: 95011-15209

    Rounds

    Round 1 - Introduction/Dressing/Modeling
    Round 2 - Talent Round
    Round 3 - Question Round

    Titles
    Male Female
    Mr. Vibgyor Ms. Vibgyor
    1st Runner Up 1st Runner Up
    Mr. Handsome Ms. Charming
    Mr. Talent Ms. Talent
    Rules & Regulations

    • One Person one Entry in each round.
    • Participant must be a student with ID Proof.
    • Vulgarity of any kind would lead to disqualification.
    • Only the applicant will be allowed inside the designated venue.
    • No Make-up Artist will be provided.
    • Participant shall have to report to the incharge /organizers at least one hour before the commencement of the event.
    • The Participant shall bring their own material /instrument/music required for the performance.
    • Any act of indiscipline on the part of the participant shall result in disqualification.
    • No TA/DA shall be paid to the participant & incharges.
    • Incorrect Information will result in disqualification, whether discovered prior to, during or after participation.
    • Organizers are not responsible for any delays or non –receipt of applications on any account & for any reason whatsoever.
    • Decision of the Judges will be Final & binding in all cases.
    • Organizers reserve the right to change schedule of events & qualification rounds.

    Entry Form

    Auditions Venue
    • 6 Jan., 2020

      MUKTSAR

      Sant Baba Gurmukh Singh International School - Time: 10: 00 AM

    • 7 Jan., 2020

      DABWALI

      Arya Vidya Mandir Sen. Sec. School - Time: 10: 00 AM

    • 8 Jan., 2020

      MANSA

      Dashmesh Public Sen. Sec. School - Time: 10: 00 AM

    • 11 Jan., 2020

      ABOHAR

      Swami Keshwanand Sen. Sec. School - Time: 10: 00 AM

    • 15 Jan., 2020

      TALWANDI SABO

      Khalsa Girls Sen. Sec. School - Time: 10: 00 AM

    • 16 Jan., 2020

      BATHINDA

      Baba Farid Sen. Sec. School - Time: 10: 00 AM

    • 17 Jan., 2020

      BFGI Campus

      Deon, Bathinda - Time: 10: 00 AM