App-Droid

"Whether it be lollipop or kitkat, icecream sandwitch or jellybean u can always have fun with it."

Ojass 2015 unviels a new event App-Droid. This event comprises the check on the ability of the student to think, inovate and generate an application for android platform on the spot.

  • Participants can form team with at most three members per team.
  • The event will be held in two rounds. Only the best six teams from the preliminary round will move to the final round.
  • The first round would consist of MCQ related to UI design and core java.
  • The final round will consist of onsite development of an android app based on the Problem Statement given.
  • Depending upon the performance in Prelims, teams will be selected for Mains.
  • Each team can have maximum of three members.
  • The decision of the judges and the organizing team will be final and binding.
  • The marks would be given on the basis of innovation, user friendliness of UI, uniqueness.
  • All softwares are provided to the contestant during the event.
  • A team will be disqualified if it uses wrong means.
  • First Prize - Rs 3000
  • Second Prize - Rs 2000
  • Third Prize - Rs 1000

Total prize worth Rs 6000

Arpit Khanna

Ph: +91-8987691897

Rahul Kumar Mishra

Ph: +91-8935980599

Codathon

"An algorithm must be seen to be believed." -Donald Knuth


Ojass'15 is back again with the most versatile contest where you have to think conceptually in order to solve various data structures and algorithm based problems and puzzles, both objective as well as subjective. This contest would dive deep into your programming skills and understanding of logic and efficiency.
It is a new, different and most advanced programming contest where contestants will be required to write the best possible codes in the mains (using pen and paper). Contestants will be expected to have an efficient approach in order to solve the problems. Codathon is being launched for the fourth successive time in our college and is a great opportunity for students to showcase their talents.
So hurry up and register yourselves for CODATHON!!!!!

Round 1 : Prelims

  • Written test: Test will have 57 objective questions and 3 subjective questions. Both objective as well as subjective questions are important in order to qualify Prelims.
  • Objective questions will be based on basic C programming skills, Data Structures and Algorithms.
  • Subjective questions will be based on Data Structures and algorithms.

Round 2 : Mains

  • This will be a test where the final teams will be provided 10 subjective questions. Question will be from Data structures and Algorithms. The answers will be awarded marks based on their correctness as well as efficiency. Highest marks will be awarded to the most efficient and correct code.
  • You have to write codes using pen and paper.

  • Depending upon the performance in Prelims, teams will be selected for Mains.
  • Each team can have maximum of two members.
  • The decision of the judges and the organizing team will be final and binding.
  • Constraints: No pendrive or laptop is allowed in round 2.
  • All the equipments are provided to the contestant during the event.
  • A team will be disqualified if it uses wrong means.
  1. First Prize - Rs 4000
  2. Second Prize - Rs 2500
  3. Third Prize - Rs 1500

Total prize worth Rs 8000

Shahbaaz Akhtar

Ph: +91-9771569346

Codemania

Are you a coding addict? Do you start your day with a cup of coffee wondering on how to solve a problem? Do you dream in codes? Does the green tick bring the world of happiness for you? Then this event is for you.

So ignite the gray matter in you, bring in your algorithmic quotient, novel data structures your problem solving abilities and the debugging skills, all at one place to solve some real world, exciting and fun oriented computing problems.

  • This is a team contest. Each team can consist of at most 2 members. No participant can be a part of more than one team. Both members must be from the same institute.
  • CodeMania is a 2-tier contest. The preliminary round will be held on codechef.com on 18th March.
  • It will be a 3-hour contest.
  • The top 15 Indian teams from the prelims will make it to the final round. After selecting the top 15 teams, we will also be selecting home teams, i.e. NIT Jamshedpur top teams to boost local participation based on the prelims according the the following chart : (i) 4 best teams from B.Tech 2nd year (ii) 4 best teams from B.Tech 3rd year (iii) 4 best teams from MCA 2nd year
  • There will be a separate contest (due to technical reasons) for B.Tech 1st year and MCA 1st year of NIT Jamshedpur in the campus itself (dates to be announced soon). 6 best teams will make it to the finals.
  • All the selected teams will be informed via mail before 12PM on 19th March. Teams need to confirm their participation and presence in the final round by 12PM on 21st March. Teams who do not confirm their participation will lose their seats in the final round.
  • The final round will be held in the campus on our local judge during Ojass.
  • Out station teams have to manage their transportation. However, we will be providing with accommodation facilities in the campus during the finals.
  • Languages allowed are C, C++ and Java.

  • This is a team event and every team should have at most 2 team members.
  1. First Prize - Rs 15000
  2. Second Prize - Rs 10000
  3. Third Prize - Rs 7000
  4. Goodies worth Rs 8000

Total prize worth Rs 32000

Ujjwal Prakash

Ph: +91-8051106898

Code Your Bot

The ground-breaking chess battle between Garry Kasparov and computer Deep Blue in 1997 was a pivotal moment in the relationship between man and technology.


Ojass 2015 unveils a brand new event Code Your Bot. As the name suggests, the event asks you to give brains to the computer so that it can think the way you think. So be prepared to crack your logical and coding skills and whack your opponents with your own artificial intelligent system.

  • Participants can form team with at most two members per team.
  • The event will be held in two rounds. Only the best four teams from the preliminary round will move to the final round.
  • In both the rounds, teams will be given a scenario (specifically a game – to be announced on spot). They will be asked to code the nextMove(parameters) function whose return value decides the move their bot chooses on his turn.
  • Teams have to write their nextMove(parameters) function using the given framework. Languages allowed are C++ and Java.
  • In the preliminary round, the teams will compete against the universal CPU bots. Top four teams will qualify for the finals.
  • In the final round, the teams will be asked to code another game and will compete against each other all together.(for eg. the game of Hearts)
  • Depending upon the performance in Prelims, teams will be selected for Mains.
  • Each team can have maximum of two members.
  • The decision of the judges and the organizing team will be final and binding.
  • Constraints: no pendrive or laptop is allowed in round 2.
  • All equipment are provided to the contestant during the event.
  • A team will be disqualified if it uses wrong means.
  • First Prize - Rs 3200
  • Second Prize - Rs 2400
  • Third Prize - Rs 1600

Total prize worth Rs 7200

Kshitij Gupta

Ph: +91-8987604569

Utsav Deep

Ph: +91-7549044125

Decode

"This Ojass, unleash your Hacking spirit and mount yourself at the pinnacle of the community of hackers and creative buddies. Don't dare to miss the opportunity of showcasing your expertise and knowledge in computer science."


Decode is a hacking contest which checks participants' problem solving and troubleshooting capabilities. Participants are tested for basic knowledge and understanding of computer science, mathematics, puzzles etc.

The event will be held in two stages.

Stage 1 : Prelims

Participants have to solve simple questions which will be from different areas of computer science.

Stage 2 : Final

Second stage is system-based. You will be provided computer to tackle the given challenges.
Note: The decision of the judges would be final, static, non-volatile and binding.

  1. Each team can consist of at most 2 members.
  2. Participants should have basic knowledge of all fields of Computer Science and current developments in Computer Science related/influenced areas (only).
  3. The participants have to be physically(and mentally) present on the day of the event.
  4. The use of any prohibited material (e.g mobile phones, cheat sheet, computer virus, rootkits, etc ) will lead the participant to the verge of immediate disqualification.
  5. Any person who is/was directly or indirectly related to NSA, will not be allowed to participate in this event. (sorry, but we can't afford to lose the privacy of questions).
  • First Prize - Rs 3000
  • Second Prize - Rs 2000
  • Third Prize - Rs 1500

Total prize worth Rs 6500

Rohit Mishra

Ph: +91-8987691671

Ankit Agarwal

Ph: +91-9471312375

Ashutosh Kumar

Ph: +91-8809137497

Soft Genius

If coding is in your blood and Tech-Geniuses inspire you then this event is for you. The event is all about designing innovative software.


Software is the soul to the lifeless body of the hardware. Programming today is a race between software engineers stirring to build bigger and better idiot-proof programs, and the universe trying to produce bigger and better idiots. So far, the universe is winning. Software is like entropy. It is difficult to grasp, weighs nothing, and obeys the second law of thermodynamics; i.e. it always increases.

  • Team Size : 2
  • Format For Registration: Send an email to softgenius@ojass.in, the following details -
    • Name & Branch of Participants
    • Name of the Institute:
    • E-mail ID :

The Event will take place in two stages.

Stage 1 : Prelims

  • It is online round.
  • The participants have to send to softgenius@ojass.in, a single zipped folder which will contain the following things -
    • A pdf file containing the objectives of the software. ( Word limit : 400 )
    • A single text file containing all the details of the software.
    • End-users of software.
    • Languages and tools used to develop the software.
  • The last date of submission of required documents for the event "Soft Genius" is 31st March, 2015.
  • Note :The name of zipped folder must be the respective Team Name.

Stage 2 : Final

  • It is on-site round.
  • The participants selected for final round have to submit their final code prior to the event.
  • This code will be final and can't be modified.
  • All the participants shall be provided with computers to explain their software in front of the judges.
  • The participants can also report to us bugs present in the codes of other participants.
  • The computers will be working on Windows XP or Red Hat Linux 9.0 platform with the required standard software installed.
  • The decision of the Judges shall be final and no appeals will be entertained.
  1. The last date of submission will be 02-03-2015.
  2. All participants will have to give an undertaking that the software submitted is their original creation.
  3. There are no rules for platforms and type of machines, you are free to express your idea on any platform, however you have to specify the dependencies, tools and libraries that are required/meet to run your application.
  4. Participants are allowed to provide multiple versions of their software to suit different operating system.
  1. First Prize - Rs 3000
  2. Second Prize - Rs 2000
  3. Third Prize - Rs 1000

Total prize worth Rs 6000

Vaibhav Kumar

Ph: +91-8987691900

Shubham Baldeva

Ph: +91-9403613633

Tux

Did you know that Linux is one of the most popular operating systems (Kernel) being deployed on 94 per cent supercomputers and other high-end computers in science centers for research.Apart from this, even the Android OS is based on the Linux kernel. This means that all our smartphones running on Android run of Linux. So what's your take on linux? Where does your Linux-quotient stand amidst all this? Is the linux terminal your battle ground where you fight your problems with your lethal shell scripts?

This time....Ojass 2015 brings you the fight for the fiercest TUX Warrior. So boot up with your battle gears to fight your way to the title of the best Linux Geek.

Tux is a Linux-based contest. It aims at checking the knowledge and skills in the field of Linux. Participants are tested for basic knowledge and advanced concepts of Linux.

  1. It is a team contest. A team can be formed from atmost 2 members.
  2. The competition consists of 2 rounds.
  3. The first round is a multiple choice question round wherein there would be around 50 basic linux questions to be answered in 60 minutes.
  4. Then around 10-15 number of teams is shortlisted for the second round(actual number would be decided on the spot).
To be updated soon...
  1. First Prize - Rs 4000
  2. Second Prize - Rs 2500
  3. Third Prize - Rs 1500

Total prize worth Rs 8000

Rohit Mishra

Ph: +91-8987691671

Kshitij Gupta

Ph: +91-8987604569

Web Vogue

Ojass'15 is back with our renewed refreshed and most creative event the Web Vogue. Wait, wait, wait!! It's not that easy. We have lots of surprises! Be prepared with your new ideas and creative mind because this is the place where you can show your creativity and technicality in a combo offer.

Get ready to surprise us with some new interactive designs.

The event Web Vogue is divided into two phases.

  1. Objective round:

    It will consist of objective questions from HTML, CSS, JavaScript, SQL and Web Technologies.
  2. Website Round:

    Selected teams from the first round would be required to design full web site with database connectivity. Credits of the round will depend upon the interactivity and functionality of the website.

Objective Round:

  1. Number of Applicants: No limit.
  2. Number of questions: 45 questions.
  3. Time: 30 mins
  4. Questions based on: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, SQL and Web Technologies.
  5. Selection criteria: On a particular cut off, participants would be selected for the second round.
  6. No of team members: Maximum 3

Final Round:

  1. Number of teams: 8
  2. Problem statements will be provided to all the teams on the spot.
    Hint: Teams may be given a task either to build a web app or Optimize the given website.
  3. If required, pen drive or laptops would be provided by the organizers.
  4. The teams will be judged according to the overall effort ie. front-end & backend.
  5. Languages: HTML ,CSS ,Javascript ,php ,Python ,Ruby on Rails or any other familiar language.
  1. First Prize - Rs 4000
  2. Second Prize - Rs 3000
  3. Third Prize - Rs 2000

Total prize worth Rs 9000

Kumar Debashish

Ph: +91-7782027096

Apurwa Rani

Ph: +91-8797545603

Nidhi Singh

Ph: +91-8797104308

COUNTER STRIKE 1.6

With more than 3 million unique players per month, Counter-Strike 1.6 is one of the most popular games around. The online-tactical first-person shooter recently celebrated its fifteenth anniversary and doesn't look to be going anywhere soon.Its rich tradition is going to rule the world of FPS for years to come.“It’s not just a game, its life for many”.


Being a part of this esteem league, show your skills to deter and defeat your enemy.Take your team-spirit skills to the next level. Let your team show no mercy and spare nobody. Play against pros and noobs and prove your skills. Brave enough to take the challenge?

To be updated soon ...
To be updated soon ...
  1. First Prize - Rs 8000
  2. Second Prize - Rs 6000
  3. Third Prize - Rs 5000

Total prize worth Rs 19000

Jayendra Bhaskar

Ph: +91-8674849507

Tarun kumar

Ph: +91-8987710959

AGE OF EMPIRES 2

“Let history become reality and the battlefield be filled with dead bodies of your enemies”.


Age of Empires is one of the best strategy game series. Before Supreme Commander, before Sins of a Solar Empire, before even StarCraft, there was Age of Empires. With more than 100 thousand unique players, it’s among the top real time strategy games of the decade. 15 years has passed since the launch of this game, and nothing has changed except planning and execution. As a fan of planning and scheming, the series has been a staple to PC gaming diet.

To be updated soon...
To be updated soon...
  1. First Prize - Rs 5000
  2. Second Prize - Rs 3000
  3. Third Prize - Rs 2000

Total prize worth Rs 10000

Priyatosh Mitra

Ph: +91-9470984046

Manikanta Ginni

Ph: +91-8409002460

FIFA '11

“Let the game begin”.


A smooth, reactive game, FIFA is the best option for footballers who cannot play on the field. FIFA 11 takes the uncertainty from real football and appropriates it, giving you the ability to deal with emergent scenarios creatively.Slam off the forehead of a striker, sticking the ball to Messi's boot and finding the ball in the net.

To be updated soon...
To be updated soon...
  1. First Prize - Rs 2500
  2. Second Prize - Rs 1500
  3. Third Prize - Rs 1000

Total prize worth Rs 5000

Prateek Kandula

Ph: +91-9546882565

Ajay Kumar Mahto

Ph: +91-8987510264

NEED FOR SPEED

There's a moment an hour or two after you start Need For Speed: Most Wanted when everything seems to click into place. Before this happens, you'll be constantly slamming into walls and oncoming traffic, wondering how you'll ever manage to escape cops that drive tricked-out Corvettes, and unsure if the cars you're racing against consist of anything other than tail lights, objective evidence to the contrary not being easy to come across. But then, you find a car you like, you nab a few hard-earned upgrades, and you finally manage to get the hang of the game's sensitive drifting mechanism. If you can manage not to destroy your controller before you reach this meeting point of skill and experience, you'll be able to take in Most Wanted for what it is: a very engaging, if not ground-breaking, open-world racer.


“Need for Speed Most Wanted offers players an expansive open world packed with exhilarating action where they can choose their own path to become the Most Wanted”.

To be updated soon...
To be updated soon...
  1. First Prize - Rs 3000
  2. Second Prize - Rs 2000
  3. Third Prize - Rs 1000

Total prize worth Rs 6000

Vivek Jaiswal

Ph: +91-8294992308

ANGRY BIRDS

The survival of the Angry Birds is at stake.Dish out revenge on the greedy pigs who stole their eggs. The Angry Birds have superpowers of their own and need your help to catapult them towards their targets.


Use the unique powers of each bird to destroy the pigs’ defenses. Will you help them achieve revenge and redemption or will it be someone else. Help them well enough and you stand a good chance to make some cash.

To be updated soon...
To be updated soon...
  1. First Prize - Rs 1500
  2. Second Prize - Rs 1200
  3. Third Prize - Rs 800

Total prize worth Rs 3500

Jayendu Bhaskar

Ph: +91-8298040039

MATLOGIX

MATLAB (MATrix LABoratory) is a numerical computing environment and fourth-generation programming language. MATLAB allows matrix manipulations, plotting of functions and data, implementation of algorithms, creation of user interfaces and interfacing with programs written in other languages.

Over one million people around the world speak MATLAB. Engineers and scientists use it to express their ideas in every field from aerospace and semiconductors to biotech, finance and earth sciences. Do you speak MATLAB?

Details

  1. The Qualifying round will be based on MATLAB basics and coding based on MATLAB. After the qualifying round, certain teams will be shortlisted for the Quizzing round.
  2. The Final round or the Quizzing round will check your simulation knowledge and have to be solved by using MATLAB at the venue. The simulation must run completely after your submission. The Judgment will be based on logic and simplicity of the algorithm used.
  3. The complete procedure will be notified before the event.
  4. Note: Participants will have to come with a laptop with MATLAB installed for the final round.

  1. The team can consist of a maximum of 2 members.
  2. A participant can belong to a single team only.
  3. The problem statement for all the rounds will be given on the spot
  4. The decision of the judges will be final and binding.
  5. After submission of solutions no corrections will be entertained thereafter.
  1. First Prize - Rs 3000
  2. Second Prize - Rs 2400
  3. Third Prize - Rs 1600

Total prize worth Rs 7000

Naval Kishore

Ph: +91-9852160534

Shubham sourav

Ph: +91-9097679789

ELIXIR OF ELECTRICITY

Problem Statement:

As fuel resources are on the verge of depletion and their prices soar higher, the world starts exploring for alternative sources of energy to harness…and so should YOU. So, here is your chance to bring forth your innovation and creativity to show your technical acumen.

The participating teams are required to present their innovative ideas with regard to alternative sources of energy and their implementation to generate electricity through a power point presentation.

A mock model of the idea would fetch bonus points (optional).

Rounds

  • The submission of an abstract (word file) not exceeding 4 pages to elixir@ojass.in before 1st April 2015.
  • The teams selected based on their abstract will have to give a power point presentation of their idea in the Final round.
  • This event is exclusively for 1st and 2nd year students only.
  • Team Size: A maximum of two members
  • Each team will be given a maximum time of 10 minutes for presentation of their idea along with their supporting (optional) model.

Judgement criteria:

  • Presentation
  • Innovation and originality.
  • Feasibility and Efficiency
  • Mock model demonstration: Bonus points

  1. First Prize - Rs 3000
  2. Second Prize - Rs 2000
  3. Third Prize - Rs 1000

Total prize worth Rs 6000

K Harish

Ph: +91-8271182463

Kalpana Shukla

Ph: +91-9471588889

ELECTRO-Q

“Our ancestors pondered over the strange phenomenon of lightning. A flash with an ear shattering crack makes even the hardened of us cower. So, began the legends describing and linking this phenomenon to acts of GODS and lightning as their wrath.

Now we understand this phenomenon under electricity, but despite the science we are still awestruck when it happens.”

We have unravelled the multitude of these phenomena, discovering them as juggle of electromagnetic waves. Ojass’14 beckons all of you awestricken with a chance to quiz your way to glory in an all electrical and electronics based quiz at Electro-Q.

So charge up and unload your potential as we flow right into dizzying realm of electricity.

Round 1

  1. This round will consist of a written objective test.
  2. Questions shall be from the fundamentals of Electrical and Electronics.
  3. 4 points will be awarded for each correct response and 1 point shall be deducted for each incorrect response.
  4. The Top 6 teams will qualify for the finals.

Round 2

  • The top 6 teams qualifying for the final quizzing event will be tested for their knowledge on both theoretical and practical aspects of Electrical as well as Electronics.
    1. Team Size: Maximum 2 members.
    2. Papers shall be distributed at the event. Teams are not allowed to carry any rough papers or calculators with them.
    3. Use of unfair means shall lead to immediate disqualification.
    4. The decisions of judges are final and binding.
    5. Rules of the quiz will be disclosed just before the final round.
    1. First Prize - Rs 3000
    2. Second Prize - Rs 2000
    3. Third Prize - Rs 1000

    Total prize worth Rs 6000

    Nitesh Kumar

    Ph: +91-7209722775

    Rakesh Ranjan

    Ph: +91-7352321530

    NEXUS

    To start by emphasizing the importance of surfaces, it is at a surface where many of our most interesting and useful phenomena occur. We live for example on the surface of a planet. It is at a surface where the catalysis of a chemical reaction occurs. It is essentially at a surface of a plant that sunlight is converted to sugar.

    In electronics, most if not all active circuit elements involve non-equilibrium phenomena occurring at surfaces. Much of biology is concerned with reactions at a surface. Nexus provides you the surface to implement your circuit designing skills on the eventful breadboard.

    Nexus is a circuit designing event in which the participants are expected to design a circuit according to the problem statement provided. The participants will have to accomplish the given task with the components provided. They have to design the circuit on the breadboard in the time allotted.

    Prelims:

    • The Prelims will be a pen and paper based objective test which will mainly focus on basics of Electrical as well as Electronics.
    • The test duration will be of 45 minutes.
    • There will be 25 questions each of 4 marks .There will be a penalty of 1 mark for each incorrect answer.
    • Shortlisted teams will qualify for the final round.

    Finals:

    • Each shortlisted team will be provided with a problem statement on the spot.
    • Teams are required to design the circuit according to the problem statement.
    • Components will be provided to each team for implementing the circuit on the breadboard.
    • This round will be of duration of maximum 2 hours.
    • The maximum team size will be of 2 members.
    • This is an "on spot event" that will take place during Ojass-2015 at NIT Jamshedpur.
    • Teams can NOT bring any components of their own to the event
    • Use of unfair means will lead to disqualification.
    • In case of any conflict, the decision of the Ojass team will be treated as final and binding on all.
    • The competition will be held in two stages.
    • The members of the team may consist of participants from different institutes.
    • Nexus is restricted to students currently pursuing their education in any recognized educational institute.
    1. First Prize - Rs 4000
    2. Second Prize - Rs 2500
    3. Third Prize - Rs 1500

    Total prize worth Rs 8000

    Neeraj Kumar

    Ph: +91-9097677738

    Sujeet Kumar Ranjan

    Ph: +91-9708169987

    PRO-LO-CO

    Isn't there any way to get rid of complex and fuzzy circuitry, complicated relays and confusing wiry clutters??

    Yes, a smart logical approach combined with programming helps you in controlling huge electrical machines in a well-organized manner. Let’s realize it with the most novel domain of electrical technology..... The PLC, the vital device that rules today's automated world. Work out your grey cells to implement simple and intuitive logical ladder diagrams to solve real life based problems.

    Prelims:

    • Participants are required to form a team comprising a maximum of two members.
    • Every team will have to solve an objective question paper in the allotted time
    • The question will be based on basics of Electrical Engineering and PLCs.
    • Equal number of teams will qualify from each of the year.

    Mains:

    • Qualifying teams shall be given a problem statement whose ladder diagrams need to be implemented by them in the given allotted time.
    • Soft copy of simulated models using any PLC software is to be submitted for final evaluation.
    • There will be a winner from each of the year
    • Use of unfair means shall lead to immediate disqualification.
    • The decision of judges shall be final and binding.
    • Team size:2(maximum).
    • There will be a 45 minute written test to shortlist teams for the main event.
    • Questions will be asked from basics of PLCs and electrical engineering.
    • Finals will be an on the spot programming and simulation round. Teams will be given a problem statement whose ladder diagrams need to be implemented by them in the given allotted time. Sample problem statement will be made available to participants at appropriate time.
    • Soft copy of simulated models using a PLC software is to be submitted for final evaluation.
    • The entries will be evaluated for their result, clarity, number of resources used etc.
    • There will be step marking for partially correct programs.
    • Teams observed using unfair means will be immediately debarred.
    • Equal number of teams will qualify from each of the year.
    • There will be a winner from each of the year.
    1. First Prize - Rs 4000
    2. Second Prize - Rs 2500
    3. Third Prize - Rs 1500

    Total prize worth Rs 8000

    Manoranjan Das

    Ph: +91-8235128689

    Amitosh Mishra

    Ph: +91-8987709296

    Sombhatla Gopichand

    Ph: +91-8986672459

    HIGH VOLTAGE CONCEPT

    "Generate Your Electricity"

    Everyone has Potential to succeed, in electrical domain it is measured in volts.
    Check your volts in High Voltage Concepts.

    Be it the millions of kilowatt hours of electricity consumed by the RASHTRAPATI BHAVAN or the 40 watts you use for every hour on Facebook; electricity today is a basic necessity.

    With new challenges faced everyday by electrical engineers today, they have to show innovations.

    Keeping this in mind Ojass brings to you High Voltage Concepts. Spark your potential to come up with solution to problems which are an electrical engineer’s Achilles heel.

    The competition comprises of four rounds:

    Round 1:

    Round 1 will be written based, on the basic concepts of electrical engineering and its practical applications. Questions shall differ for students of different years so that selection can be fair.

    Round 2:

    On the basis of performance in round 1, top students will be taken on a field trip to Esteemed company where they will be shown how a power plant functions and what steps are taken to ensure smooth running. Based on the field trip, the participants will have to go through a subjective test based on their experience of industrial visit.

    Round 3:

    Selected students from round 2 will have to face a Group Discussion.

    Round 4:

    15 students who qualify round 3 will face an interview by the recruiters of Esteemed company.

    The final result will be decided on a cumulative basis from the scores of Rounds 2, 3 and 4 by the respective judges.

    • Team Size: 1.
    • Participant must come in formals for GD and INTERVIEW rounds.
    • The decision of Judges shall be final and binding.
    • First year:

      1. First Prize - Rs 3000
      2. Second Prize - Rs 1500
      3. Total prize worth Rs 4500

    • Second year:

      1. First Prize - Rs 3000
      2. Second Prize - Rs 1500
      3. Total prize worth Rs 4500

    • Third year:

      1. First Prize - Rs 3000
      2. Second Prize - Rs 1500
      3. Total prize worth Rs 4500

    Md.Aamir

    Ph: +91-9122568018

    Nitish Raj

    Ph: +91-9852639746

    Ankur Anand

    Ph: +91-8292643721

    YANTRA ANUKARAN

    Fed up with solving circuits on paper?

    Yantra-Anukaran as a part of OJASS‘14 brings you a exciting opportunity to implement your circuit solving skills on "YantraAnukaran" which tests your grey matter in making circuits come alive.

    "Come, Participate, and Test Your Dexterity".

    Machine when commanded by man leads to marvellous experiences....
    Electricity is the life blood of machines which set them in motion

    YantraAnukaran (Yantra=Machine; Anukaran=Simulation), as the name suggests, is a competition where you have to design machines with predefined characteristics. The machine has to be designed and tested on a software platform (Simulink). This is an event meant to test your mettle in the field of electrical machines and control system.

    So, for all of those who consider Control System as a doddle, Yantra-Anukaran is awaiting your virtuoso performance.

    • Participants are required to form a group comprising a maximum of two members each.
    • The first round comprises a written test containing MCQ questions.
    • Groups qualifying after the first stage shall be provided with problem statements to be solved within the given time period.
    • Simulated models using "Simulink" are to be submitted for final evaluation.
    1. First Prize - Rs 3000
    2. Second Prize - Rs 2400
    3. Third Prize - Rs 1600

    Total prize worth Rs 7000

    Shubham Sinha

    Ph: +91-8294722331

    Suraj Sharma

    Ph: +91-8051116642

    Shikha Gupta

    Ph: +91-8603678639

    THE GREAT OJASS RACE

    THE GREAT OJASS RACE has been the most seek after event since its conception in OJASS’14. Tally of teams participating in the prelims cruised from 180(in 2013) to 250(actually we had to close) last year.

    • This is a team contest. Each team can consist of at most 2 members. No participant can be a part of more than one team.
    • The Great Ojass Race is a 2-tier contest.
    • Round1(on ojass day1):

      Participants will have to make a team of two and take a preliminary test (consisting of aptitude, puzzles, guesstimates, basic math and reasoning).
    • Round2(on ojass day2):

      We select 6-8 teams based on the evaluation of the test and make them play carefully designed race. The team that makes the maximum points en route all the checkpoints, wins.
    • How to Race:

      Racers, in teams of two, will be given a clue leading to a checkpoint amidst the fest. Run, walk or take public transit to get to the checkpoint, perform the given task (physical or logical) there and earn points and the next clue. Decipher as many clues as possible and get to the exit point to the earliest. The one who reaches first wins the Great Ojass Race.
    • Types of Clues:

      • Route Info - lets team know where they're headed next, which may be in the form of a riddle, be it mathematical, cipher, photo, symbol etc.
      • Detour - teams will have to decide between two different tasks.
      • Yield - allows one team to force another to stop racing for a pre- determined amount of time.
      • Roadblock - a task that only one team member may perform.
    • All participants must pre-register.
    • Teams must have two members.
    • During the event, participants must remain with their partners at all the times.
    • Participants won’t be able to proceed through the checkpoints until both team members have reached the checkpoint.
    • During the race, participants must follow instructions on clue cards exactly, or risk being disqualified.
    • Participants would be given certain amount of point on solving the logical task and performing the physical task given.
    • Participants can get hints for their puzzles or riddles by selling their points to checkpoint attendant.
    • Failure to comply with any of these rules will render them liable for immediate disqualification.
    1. First Prize - Rs 4500
    2. Second Prize - Rs 3000
    3. Third Prize - Rs 2000

    Total prize worth Rs 9500

    Martund Shekhar

    Ph: +91-8987685153

    Abhihek Anand

    Ph: +91-9430996530

    DARE 2 TRADE

    To get an exponential increment in the number of digits of your bank balance and width of your wallet, the most easy and fascinating way is TRADING. So common guys and girls take some risks and become the wolves of this lucrative world.

    Dare 2 trade is a game in which your natural instinct and ability to take decision will be the deciding factor, if you have it we are here to give you that opportunity.

    1. The event will be of two rounds.
    2. In the 1st round we will have an aptitude test in which your accuracy and speed will be checked.
    3. In 2nd round an interesting trading game will be played in random teams of 4-5 members decided by the event authority.
    4. Rules of game will be disclosed at the time of game.
    1. Be punctual at the starting of each round as it’s the time which will be decide your fate.
    2. You should have your registration id and college id throughout the event.
    3. No accessories will be allowed except stationaries.
    4. Rest rules will be disclosed in the time of game.

    Total prize worth Rs 9000

    Martund Shekhar

    Ph: +91-8987685153

    Adarsh Giri

    Ph: +91-9608364909

    SCI-FI

    "Science Fiction is the improbable made possible" - Rod Serling.


    Do you imagine yourself in futuristic settings with robots as your best friends?

    Do you crave to travel at a faster-than-light speed to a parallel universe to visit a much more evolved species than you?

    Then pick up your magic wands and grab the opportunity to web magic with your creativity by writing a genuine science fiction story and take away exciting prizes.

    The event will be held in two rounds.

    • Round 1:

      To write a short story on any topic of your own, bearing in mind an upper word-limit of 3000 words, restricting genres to Science Fiction only. The intention is to look for an apt work of art, pioneering original ideas of your own.

    • Round 2:

      The problem statement of the final round will be disclosed after the first round/

    • Submission:

      Entries must be submitted in PDF or MS Word format and must be mailed as an attachment to pyrate113@gmail.com. . Please mention your names, name of your college, contact number, title of your story clearly in the mail. This email-id will be used for any further communication. The subject of the email should be "SCI-FI_Story".

    • Event Format:

      • Registration: Online registration is necessary.
      • Participation: A team of maximum two members (can be from different colleges).
      • Last date for 1st round submission is 30th march.
    1. This is an online event and the contest is open to all.
    2. All genres of science fiction will be accepted.
    3. The entry submitted must be your own original work. Plagiarism, which includes poetry, song lyrics or characters, will result in disqualification. Submitted works should not have been previously published in any professional media.
    4. The competition will be held in two rounds.
    5. The authors qualifying the first round will be notified the rules of the final round via e-mail.
    6. No entry fee is required, and all rights of the story will remain the property of the author
    7. The decision of the event judges will be considered final
    1. First Prize - Rs 2500
    2. Second Prize - Rs 1500
    3. Third Prize - Rs 1000

    Total prize worth Rs 5000

    Satya Sinha

    Ph: +91-9771577074

    Kishan Kumar Oranw

    Ph: +91-7631490235

    MAD-AD

    Dissemination of information concerning an idea, product or service to induce action in accordance with the intent of the advertiser. To explore your proficiency and dexterity and to present you an extensive platform, Ojass'15 is featuring an ad-making competition. In this competition, you need to design, script and create an advertisement based on the problem statement that will be shared with all the teams well before the event date.

    Accent Housing is an Indian e-commerce start up, which provides accommodation solution to people moving to a new city. This sector is still in its nascent phase, with very few players in the market. Accent housing’s current business model is a marketplace model; it serves the need of people, looking for a rented accommodation or PG.

    Accent housing operates via its website Accent Housing and a mobile app. Company is struggling to come up with a viable marketing strategy, and is currently relying on word of mouth publicity.

    Last date of submission of abstract to madad@ojass.in is 30th March

    The event will comprise of two rounds.

    Preliminary Round

    • The teams need to send their marketing model in .pdf or .doc format to madad@ojass.in.
    • The model should contain:
      • An original logo for the ad campaign.
      • A relevant tagline for the company.
      • A marketing strategy that distinguishes Accent Housing from its competitors.
      • A Newspaper Ad, a Magazine Ad and a YOUTUBE Banner Ad.

    Final Round

    The shortlisted teams from the first round will move on to the second round.

    • The qualifying teams will have to prepare a Slide Presentation of 10 minutes for the ad concept incorporating:
      • Company Introduction.
      • Explanation of your ad’s concept and design.
    • Participants can also come up with a 90 sec Video Ad or a Radio Jingle (optional)
    • The maximum number of participants in a team is 3.
    • Sent document in preliminary round should not exceed 3 pages. Text Size- 14. Font- Times New Roman.
    • Advertisement should exceed 90 sec time limit.
    • Caution should be taken to refrain from displaying obscenity, violence, prejudice, defamation, etc. in the ad video.
    • Judging criteria: Creativity, Customer Appeal and Stage Presence. Bonus work for technical innovations like animation/stop motion etc.
    • Use of any pre-designed templates or use of professional equipment for ads will not result in any extra marks. The main focus would be on the ad concept and execution.
    • Please avoid photo slideshows, remixes, spoofs and advertisements. Plagiarism is strictly prohibited. Sound track can be borrowed, but with due credit.
    • The decision of the judges will be final and binding.
    1. First Prize - Rs 6500
    2. Second Prize - Rs 4500
    3. Third Prize - Rs 3000

    Total prize worth Rs 14000

    Swati Kumari

    Ph: +91-9771307416

    Priyojit Kar

    Ph: +91-8271732794

    LENS VIEW

    Are you excited about orientation? Do you like taking pictures? Have you ever taken a photograph that needs to be shared with the world? Then this is your chance to have your image exhibited in front of a large audience and gain recognition! A picture may be worth a thousand words. Lens View provides a place for students to grapple with the photographs that deliver a strong image.

    The event has been split into two segments:

    Prelims:

    Every team participating will have to prepare a presentation consisting of not more than 12 slides. Every slide should contain a photograph and an apt caption (if any). The last slide should display the theme of the compilation along with the team name. The presentations will be judged on the basis of the relevancy of the photographs with the theme and the sequence in which the photographs are arranged so as to decipher the theme without any ambiguity.

    Finals:

    The teams selected for the finals will be given a specific topic on which photography should be done. A presentation will have to be prepared consisting of the photographs arranged in a proper sequence so that the relevancy of the theme is clearly established. The entries will be judged at the event date of Ojass’15 and the result will be announced thereby.

    Themes for Prelims:

    • Catching People Unaware
    • Expressions
    • Culture
    • Shadows
    • Beginnings

    Theme for the Final Round:

    HOPE

    Submit the presentations to lensview@ojass.in.

    Last date of submission for Finals is 4th April by 2:00PM.

    Modified Rules:

    • All photographs in the entries should be self-clicked. No photographs should be copied or downloaded from the web or from any other sources.
    • Professional photography is discouraged and scores will be deducted or will be given last preference in case of situations arising.
    • No external elements should be added into the photography.
    • Minor adjustments in terms of brightness, contrast, etc. are allowed.
    • The photographs should be of standard resolution and should be within max. 2MB each.
    • For the Finals, the maximum limit of photographs is 12.
    • The photographs should be submitted in the form of a PPT which should have a maximum of 14 slides.
    • Last slide of the PPT must contain your team details (team members name, contact number, email id, college name).
    • There will be a Pre-Elimination Round before finals.
    • The decision of the coordinator and the judges during the course of the event will be final.
    • Late entries will not be accepted.

    Note:Candidates qualified Prelims must register themselves in Ojass.

    If anyone is found submitting photos downloaded from web will be rejected immediately.

    Failure to comply with any of the above mentioned rules will render them liable for immediate disqualification.

    The PPT is to be sent to lensview@ojass.in before 2PM of 4th April.

    1. First Prize - Rs 3000
    2. Second Prize - Rs 2000
    3. Third Prize - Rs 1500

    Total prize worth Rs 6500

    Sriram Somanchi

    Ph: +91-8987709297

    Kumari Payal

    Ph: +91-7761823611

    DIRECTOR’S CUT

    Get ready to become director!
    You are about to enter one of the coolest competitions that the Ojass’15 has subsumed.

    Welcome to our world, where film is the currency of intellectual debate. And when short films are at their best, they are the exact opposite of ‘a long, boring story with no point to it.’ The fest gives the platform for the budding film makers to showcase their creation and avail the chance of winning an award for their excellent work.

    Last date of submission of trailer is 29th March.

    Round 1:

    • A trailer with a maximum running time not exceeding 2 minutes should be submitted.
    • A synopsis of not more than 150 words should also be submitted along with the trailer.
    • Trailer can be sent to the following email ID - directorscut@ojass.in

    Round 2:

    • If the trailer gets selected, the team is required to submit a short movie with the total running time of not more than 12 minutes.

    Last date of submission of movie is 1st April

    • Each student or film group of any Educational Center will have the opportunity to participate in this contest by making an audiovisual short.
    • Every group will send no more than 2 works.
    • The total running time must not be longer than 12 minutes, film credits included. Films exceeding this time limit are liable to be rejected.
    • Trailer of the movie should not exceed 2 minutes and supposed to be submitted along with write-up, not more than 150 words.
    • Short films already screened till last Ojass will not be accepted.
    • Films ought not to have any obscene shots. It also cannot imply ragging,smoking, boozing and suicide directly.
    • The Committee decisions will be final while short-listing the trailers and then movies. No dispute with regards to the same shall be entertained at any time whatsoever.
    • All films must be submitted with subtitles in English or Hindi if in a different language other than English and Hindi.
    • You may use any video camera you deem suitable for shooting the movie. However, we strongly discourage low-resolution cameras.
    1. First Prize - Rs 10000
    2. Second Prize - Rs 7500
    3. Third Prize - Rs 5000
    4. Best Actor - 1500
    5. Best Actress - 1500

    Total prize worth Rs 22500

    Anant Kumar Singh

    Ph: +91-8083308413

    Swapnam Subi

    Ph: +91-9122382528

    PRAYAS

    "An effort to try & make a difference"

    The Indian society is going through a very turbulent time. Despite many advancements and glories in the country we are at a shameful 135th position at Human Development Index even below srilanka and bengladesh. Let’s admit it, we too are responsible for the atrocities being carried out. Unwittingly, we have imbibed the social injustice and became a silent contributor to it.If you feel strongly about this alarming situation and want to unleash the anger in right direction, PRAYAS is for you . This Ojass is providing you a platform to make a difference through your sincere contribution and suggestions. Always remember- “If you are not a part of the solution, you are a part of the problem.”

    Prayas consists of various events as follows-

      Pratibimb:

      Ojass’15 will give you an opportunity to contribute towards a change in the Indian Society. Given below are some of the most rampant/outrageous social and cultural problems plaguing modern India. Select any one topic from the given list and tell us how would you like to spread the message of change: through posters, PowerPoint presentation, videos or poems.

      The problems of the present hour that need to be addressed are :-

      • Women Empowerment:
        • Suggested topics: Dowry, Sexual Harassment, Rape, Domestic Violence, Child Marriage, Trafficking, Female Foeticide, Inequality at Workplace etc.
      • Making children writers of India’s growth story
        • Suggested topics: Malnutrition, Child Labour, Illiteracy, Infant Mortality Rate etc.
      • Behavior of youth towards old age group, clean india etc.

        For updates visit our facebook page

      Jagriti

      This event is all about dealing with the reality. We all are completely aware of the problems which our Indian society is currently facing but hardly anyone of us has ever tried to go into its deeper aspects . ‘Prayas’ will create that atmosphere for you in which you can actually observe and understand the situation of different communities within the society.

      With a hope of building social conscience within us we are introducing something new and much more interesting this time.

      Samvedna

      The best thing about being a human being is that you can share your feelings quite easily. The memories and experiences always play a vital role in moulding you into a mature person. Our mind is another enigmatic resource which we have borrowed from our ancestors but what about experiences ?

      Certainly , it belongs to you and no one can ever take that from you. It’s always our privilege when we get to know the experiences of others. We can learn , we can improve , we can make things around us much better with its help. This is a much more straight way of bringing the revolution. The impact of Amir’s SATYAMEV JAYATE on us is unequivocally enormous and it’s an unhidden fact. We stand for this way of reaching to the minds of people which is simple and at the same time pragmatic.

      SAMVEDNA is all about being generous to your society , being bold and being determined for the change we all want to witness.

    PRATIBIMB

    The event will be held in two rounds. An extra round may be included according to the no of entries.

    Round 1:

    Send an abstract (brief) including your topic-name before 20th February. Along with the abstract, you can also attach poster, pamphlets, videos or poems through email to explain your topic better i.e. reasons behind that problem, what is the social impact and what are the feasible solutions. There will be extra points for posters, pamphlets, videos and poems. Your abstract must contain the names of team members, email ids (contacts), name of college, batch and team. Apart from the given points you can also send some suggestions for "Prayas" along with abstract. Try to choose topics from your personal experiences. The results will be displayed on 28th February. On selection of abstract you will need to give your presentation at Ojass 14.

    Round 2:

    A PowerPoint presentation of not more than 12 minutes must be delivered by the team members during the final round. Teams presenting a video depicting their theme should include it within the 12 minutes presentation period. The video should be no longer than 3 minutes. The video clip of 2-3 minutes must be either shot by you or enacted by you or an animation designed by you.

    Submission:

    Entries must be submitted in PDF or MS Word format and must be mailed as an attachment to prayas@ojass.in. Please mention your names, name of your college, contact number, title of your abstract clearly in the mail. This email-id will be used for any further communication.

    The subject of the email should be "Prayas".

    JAGRITI

    The event will be held in two rounds. 1st round will be an elimination round and based on the performance, participants will be shortlisted for 2nd and final round. The maximum number of participants forming the group can be four.

    Round 1

    Send the abstract of the skit you are going to perform in round 2. The skit should be based on relevant social issues preferably women empowerment.The abstract should encapsulate the theme, the motivation behind it and its relevance in present circumstances. It must contain the names of team members, email ids (contacts), name of college, batch and team. It should not be more than 2 pages.

    Round 2

    You have to perform a skit. Number of performers should vary from four to eight. The duration of the play must be within 12 minutes and marks would be deducted for exceeding the time limit.
    Performance will be judged on the basis of the following parameters
    a. Relevance in present circumstances
    b. Clarity of message
    c. Humour and wit
    d. Approach

    SAMVEDNA

    The event will be held in two rounds. 1st round will be an elimination round and based on the performance participants will be shortlisted for 2nd and final round. The maximum number of participants forming the group can be two.

    Round 1

    A small scale survey on a particular target group (for example widows, BPL families, school goers etc.) relating to their problems. You must stick to a social topic and there should be convergence in your approach. The format of the survey should consist of questionnaire regarding age group, gender, economic condition etc. Selection to 2nd round will be based on your creativity in asking questions and collecting relevant data; thus making a conclusion. A sample target group may contain 15-25 people and the questionnaire may consist of about 20 questions.

    Round 2

    Send in written or recorded format, an elaborate description of any incident relating to social injustice happened either to you or witnessed by you. Examples includegender biasing at your home, eve teasing or discrimination on the basis of caste, creed or religion. If you wish your participation will be kept anonymous. The story should consist of the social and economic background of the place where it happened. Also mention the impact created by it on you. You are required to make suggestions to tackle the problem.

    To be updated soon...

    Pratibimb

    1. First Prize - Rs 4000
    2. Second Prize - Rs 3000
    3. Third Prize - Rs 2000

    Total prize Rs 9000

    Jagriti

    1. First Prize - Rs 3000
    2. Second Prize - Rs 2000
    3. Third Prize - Rs 1000

    Total prize Rs 6000

    Samvedna

    1. First Prize - Rs 1800
    2. Second Prize - Rs 1200 + pendrive

    Total prize Rs 3000

    Total prize Rs 18000

    Nishant Kumar

    Ph: +91-9470265558

    Tapan Kumar

    Ph: +91-9473071750

    Shubham Saran

    Ph: +91-9471323174

    Tukwila

    "Bring out the innovation on chip"

    Turn your passion in the Chip into your good fortune. And the way to get to the performance is to get the fastest microprocessors. If the world of INTEL intrigues you then brainstorm your mind for the coding the heart of all electronic devices (µp). You decide what to code, how to interface and take down your competitiors with your competence. Let’s go to the Chip show..Wow….!!!

    • Turn your passion in the Chip into your good fortune. And the way to get to the performance is to get the fastest microprocessors. If the world of INTEL intrigues you then brainstorm your mind for the coding the heart of all electronic devices (µp). You decide what to code, how to interface and take down your competitiors with your competence. Let’s go to the Chip show..Wow….!!!
    • It comprises of two rounds:

    Round 1:

    1st Round is the preliminary round where you will be given 20 objective questions carrying 1 marks each and 10 questions carrying 2 marks each (with 1:4 negative marking), with a total time duration of 40 minutes.

  • Round 2:

    2nd Round is the programming in Assembly language and simulation on 8085 simulator software where you will have 4 questions carrying 15 marks each with a total time duration of 1.5 hours.

    1. Event can have a maximum number of 2 participants (as a group) or one can participate individually.
    2. The 1st round covers the basics of microprocessor (8085) & assembly code snippets. Whereas 2nd round comprises of only assembly programming
    3. Participants will have to bring their own laptops preloaded with any microprocessor coding software (version does not matter).
    4. In the 2nd round, there will be step marking.
    5. Decision of the judges will be final and binding.
    1. First Prize - Rs 3000
    2. Second Prize - Rs 2400
    3. Third Prize - Rs 1600

    (Total prize worth Rs 7000)

    Naveen

    Ph: +91-8987621587

    Gaurav Gupta

    Ph: +91-7352885173

    Ankikriti

    ‘Brush up your DigiSkills’

    Apart from the knowledge, you need your skills to bow down your competitors – love to learn and strain yourself….. This is the era of Digital Electronics – Binary Numbers to Complex Sequential Circuits are at stake… Be resilient; be nimble because it is a matter of time and knowledge…. This ain’t gonna be easy… Day is coming !!!

    Note: - For regular updates and details kindly visit SiliconValley_Ojass_NIT_Jsr facebook page

    The various areas tested here are all based on digital electronics.

    Round 1:

    • An objective test with some short answer questions to be solved in 40 mins comprising of 60 questions.
    • Questions shall be based on Digital Electronics only.
    • +3 for correct answer, -1 for incorrect and 0 for unattempted.
    • Round 2:

      • Shortlisted candidates from round 1 shall enter this round.
      • This will be subjective test of 60 mins. Followed by 20 mins of simulation task (based on multisim, candidates have to bring their own laptops for simulation purpose).
    • Students can participate individually or in groups of 2.
    • No restriction on year, college or gender except that 4th year students cannot participate in this competition.
    • Groups qualifying 1st round have to bring their own laptops for ‘MultiSim’ task in 2nd round.
    • Decision of the judges will be final and binding.
    • Marks shall not be disclosed in any condition whatsoever.
    1. First Prize - Rs 3000
    2. Second Prize - Rs 2400
    3. Third Prize - Rs 1600

    (Total prize worth Rs 7000)

    Mayank jain

    Ph: +91-8298046754

    Uttam K Gulshan

    Ph: +91-8252655454

    CIRCUITRUCTURE

    "Play with the bits and realize your logic"

    Today's era can be duly regarded as the era of digital devices. These Devices are capable of doing any task just by manipulating the bits. If playing with bits is your passion and digital electronics drives your emotion then Circuitructure awaits you and beckons you to realize and digitize your design with the breadboard and the digital circuits.

    Note:- For regular updates and details kindly visit SiliconValley_Ojass_NIT_Jsr facebook page

    Round 1:

    1. This round will be Objective Based.
    2. Students will be provided with 30 objective based questions to be completed within 35 minutes.
    3. Questions will be based on the fundamentals of digital and analog electronics.
    4. Separate cut off will be there for each year.
    5. Selected teams will proceed to the next round.

    Round 2:

    1. This will be second round in which teams will be given with hardware components and a task.
    2. The teams are required to realize the design on the Breadboard.
    3. Task will require basic understanding of the electronic circuits, logic design and workshop practice.
    4. Points will be divided on time as well as efficiency of the design.
    5. The top six teams will move to the final round.

    Final Round:

    • This round measures your expertise in Electronics. Unleash your speed of work on Breadboard.
    • Only one question will be there to be implemented on the Breadboard.
    • Each team will be provided with 15 minutes for brainstorming and 45 minutes for circuit designing on breadboard.
    • Partial completion of the task will also be considered for judging.
    1. The entire event is an on spot event and all rounds are to be held under OJASS'15 at NIT Jamshedpur.
    2. A team can consists of maximum of two students of same or different colleges.
    3. The event is open to all year students.
    4. All design must be realize only with the components provided during the event.
    5. Any form of unfair means will lead to the disqualification of the team.
    6. All the decisions taken by event coordinators will be final and binding to all.
    1. First Prize - Rs 3000
    2. Second Prize - Rs 2400
    3. Third Prize - Rs 1600

    (Total prize worth Rs 7000)

    Rahul Sharma

    Ph: +91-9708186327

    Sweety Kushwaha

    Ph: +91-8544262641

    Codeyantra

    The last few decades has been dominated by silicon and its enormous applications. Microprocessors and microcontrollers are the major fruits of these silicon devices. From small applications like automatic door open, TV remote to giant applications like satellite launching, autonomous robots we use microcontrollers. Most of these applications have become an integral part of our life, without which it is difficult to imagine ourselves. Microcontrollers are everywhere in our daily electronic services. Cdeyantra is an event designed to test your spirit in the field of embedded electronics. So the legends of embedded electronics are invited to prove themselves.

    Note:- For regular updates and details kindly visit SiliconValley_Ojass_NIT_Jsr facebook page->

    It is a microcontroller (8051) related programming and simulation event to test your knowledge on microcontroller.

    It comprises of two rounds:

    Round 1:

    • This would be an objective test of 30 minutes duration.
    • The questions would be based upon basic fundamentals of digital electronics, analog electronics and 8051 microcontroller.
    • Each correct answer would fetch you 3 marks whereas there would be a negative marking of -1 per wrong answer.
    • Round 2:

      • The shortlisted groups from 1st round will proceed to this round.
      • This round consists of two sections.
      • Section I consists of some subjective questions relating to design of some digital/analog circuits which have to be designed theoretically in limited time interval
      • Section II consists of a question for which you have to write the code in C language in Keil software and the code has to be dumped on virtual 8051 microcontroller which is available in the simulation software Proteus and simulation should be done in Proteus according to the question.
      • The final marks would be evaluated depending upon the subjective solution, code, the circuit design and simulation.
      • Note: It is not mandatory to use 8051 microcontroller, Keil and Proteus softwares only. You can use any microcontroller and simulation softwares. But finally you should show the code and simulation.
    • The team will consist of at most 2 members.
    • The two members can belong to two different or same college and year.
    • Participants have to bring their own laptops with pre-installed Keil and Proteus softwares for the 2nd round of the event.
    • In the 2nd round, there will be step marking.
    • In case of any dispute, the decision of judges will be final.
    1. First Prize - Rs 3500
    2. Second Prize - Rs 2500
    3. Third Prize - Rs 2000

    (Total prize worth Rs 8000)

    Ramnath. Kalakota

    Ph: +91-8987709313

    Syed Md. Usman Gani

    Ph: +91-9470509809

    Jigyasa

    "Do u consider yourself as a part of technologically-backward population?"


    Where do you stand?... Time to find out... @ ojass'15 when we bring you a technical quiz contest at NIT JSR, where the participants will clash and compete to prove their dominance by leveraging their knowledge of everyday technology and its related events and affairs. It would encompass questions from multiple domains like mobile technology, computer technology, latest inventions, tech-news, gadgets, gizmos etc. It will be an exciting event where there are no-prerequisites i.e. everybody stands an equal chance of winning...

    Note: For regular updates and details kindly visit SiliconValley_Ojass_NIT_Jsr facebook page

    All you have to know is the answer of 2 prime questions...

    1. What you know?
    2. What you dont know?

    Be a part of this extravaganza... It's a promise that u will definitely take some knowledge home...

    It consists of two rounds:

    Round 1:

    All the interested participants will have to go through a written test comprising of MCQs on latest trending technology, gadgets, gizmos, etc

    Round 2:

    Those who qualify round 1 will then proceed to the main quiz round where they have to answer questions related to the same domain.

    Facebook Round:

    There will be regular questions on the facebook page “SiliconValley_Ojass_NIT_Jsr”, the first & highest correct answered individual will get a surprise gift.

    • Students may participate individually or in groups of maximum 2 members of either same or different colleges.
    • At any stage in case of conflict the decision of the judges will be final.
    • In the facebook round first comment as answer will be considered. Also a cumulative of first correct answer of the individual will be taken to decide the top 2 winners.
    • The decision of the “Team SiliconValley” will be final in case of any clashes & confusions in the Facebook round.
    1. First Prize - Rs 3000
    2. Second Prize - Rs 2000
    3. Third Prize - Rs 1000

    (Total prize worth Rs 6000)

    Bhoopendra Kr Meena

    Ph: +91-8092352161

    Ankit Bhusan

    Ph: +91-8092449443

    NetKraft

    “A way to free summer training”

    Do you love Internet?? Yeah you do love it !!! But what if it goes down…Ohh No…it’s miserable!!! Can you do anything for that, tech-guy??

    This event challenges you to keep your network always up.!!! Let’s see if the network troubleshooting break you down or you beat down the network problem. Take this challenge and let’s see who wins!!!

    Netkraft is for them who are interested in the backend process of the Internet. If you have any clue what routing is, how switches work, how a packet travels in the world of internet, etc , etc then this is the right platform for you. Netkraft provides a platform for Network enthusiasts to accomplish their interest. Cease this opportunity and mesmerize the world with your Networking skills!!! And you get a free Summer training!!!

    Note:- For regular updates and details kindly visit SiliconValley_Ojass_NIT_Jsr facebook page

    This event will test your understanding of elements of networking… IPs, ports, Packet Switching and Routing and other protocols, that make any network work the way it does. You cease the opportunity you For details and updates regarding this event please visit

    Note: Top two teams in the final round of this event will get an opportunity to attend a free summer training on Networking.

    It comprises of three rounds:

    Round 1:

    • It is the preliminary round where you will be given objective questions carrying 3 marks for each correct answer. 1 mark will be deducted for every wrong answer.
    • Total time allotted will be 90 minutes.

    Round 2: The Hardware Round

    • In this round, you’ll be tested for your grasp on IP address blocks and Layer2 protocols know-how. Your ability to use your commandprompt in your PC matters in this round. Note: Scenarios maybe given and you’ll need to figure out what’s wrong and then fix it.

    Round 3: Simulation Round

    • In this round a few network scenarios will be given and teams will have to simulate it using Cisco packet tracer or GNS3, as per the directions specified for the particular question.
    • Total time allotted will be 90 minutes.
    • The teams will consist of at most 2 members each.
    • For the third round, participants will have to bring their own laptop with pre-installed Cisco Packet Tracer and GNS3.
    • In case of tie, the winner will be decided on the basis of time taken. Also, the markings may be done on how close a team reaches to the solution.
    • Decision of the judges will be final and binding.
    1. First Prize - Rs 5500
    2. Second Prize - Rs 4000
    3. Third Prize - Rs 2500

    (Total prize worth Rs 12000)

    Rajiv Kr. Kushwaha

    Ph: +91-8540909963

    Sandeep Ram Sahu

    Ph: +91-9931505378

    The Pixel Game

    "An image is worth a thousand words."

    If you have the curiosity to play with pixel details of images and have even a little creativity then ths place is for you. How is it to watch Tony stark in Ironman playing with image projections in his room by making gestures in air, hitting 3D projections all around him?? He just walks over the 3D replica makes a move and his work is done. You are about to reach there and have the same fun. But to reach there you have to take your first step towards it. Have courage to take this first step and you will earn the walk to that 3D room. Yes you are about to begin your journey to the world of 3D projections. Make your first move to “The Pixel Game”, play the PIXELS and you will get the KEY to this NEW World. A World where a mere gesture will do whatever you want!!!

    Note:- For regular updates and details kindly visit SiliconValley_Ojass_NIT_Jsr facebook page

    Round 1:

    • 45 MCQs. 30 minutes
    • All the questions would be based on basic image processing using MATLAB.
    • Different cut-offs for different years, thus making it a level play.
    • Selected teams proceed to the next round.

    Round 2:

    • Teams qualifying for this round will need to simulate the task using MATLAB.
    • The task requires basic understanding of the image processing using MATLAB and very basic coding skills.
    • Partial work will also be considered for evaluation.
    • 5 teams qualifying this round move to the next round.

    Round 3:

    • This is a 70 minute round.
    • The faster, the better.
    • Here again you need to simulate the task given using MATLAB.
    • Step marking will be done.
    • The team will consist of at most 2 members.
    • For the second round, participants will have to bring their own laptop with pre-installed MATLAB (any version).
    • In case of tie, the winner will be decided on the basis of time taken. Also, the markings may be done on how close a team reaches to the solution.
    • Decision of the judges will be final and binding.
    • The event is open to all year students.
    • The event comprises of three rounds:
      • Elimination Round
      • Pre-final Round
      • Final Round
    1. First Prize - Rs 3000
    2. Second Prize - Rs 2400
    3. Third Prize - Rs 1600

    (Total prize worth Rs 7000)

    Ashish Kumar Jain

    Ph: +91-7209763250

    Meenu Chowdary

    Ph: +91-9572312380

    MICAV

    The Mission

    Terrorists have overrun a laboratory, where confidential experiments are underway. The terrorists* have taken senior personnel as hostages** whose imminent contributions are of strategic importance. The laboratory houses sophisticated, critical equipment+ that have taken years to build. Terrorists have threatened to blow up the laboratory with all that it contains with bomb++.

    The commander# of the area is to take defensive and offensive action. Before planning a raid on the laboratory he wants to take stock of the situation outside & inside the laboratory and is looking to the teams to provide him with critical information.

    The “situation identification” mission for the teams is to launch RC-UAV from an area at a safe distance (500m approx) from the laboratory. There is no line of visual sight from launch area to the laboratory. Team must assess the situation outside and inside the laboratory without being slighted by the terrorist and report to the commander in real time. Crucial information required for the commander to carry out the rescue operation includes:

    • Safe approach route to the laboratory (marked as arch)
    • Monitoring and avoiding the terrorist while entering the laboratory
    • Internal details in the laboratory
      • Number of terrorist, hostages inside
      • Explosive threats & weapons
      • Critical equipments

    After getting the information the MICAVs may return to the launch area.

    The Infrastructure

    Laboratory

    The laboratory would be a temporary structure 18.3 m (60 ft) square with a height of 6.9 m (20 ft). There shall be 2.4 m x 3.1 m (8 ft x 10 ft) opening on two sides through which an MAV can enter/exit. Entry is from the South and exit from the North (as in Fig 3) Walls.


    The MICAVs are to enter & exit the laboratory only through the entry & exit doors provided (refer Figure 3 & Figure 4). They are not allowed to enter from top. Also the visuals are to be obtained from inside the laboratory enclosure. Information obtained from height greater than the laboratory height will not be considered for evaluation

    Launch Area

    The launch site is about 0.5 km away from the laboratory. There is no line of sight from the launch site to the laboratory.

    Teams need to design an RC-UAV that best suits for this mission. It can be anything a plane, a helicopter, a quadcopter or else. You have to send just the design of the UAV showing every details how your UAV is fulfilling the problem statement.

    Rules on Team structure

    • Maximum of 4 members in a team
    • Members of a team may be from same college or different (UG or PG)
    • Any number of teams can participate from one college
    • Professionals are not allowed

    General Information

    • Teams need to design an RC-UAV that best suits for this mission. It can be anything a plane, a helicopter, a quadcopter or else.
    • You have to send the design of the UAV at prashantkartikeya93@gmail.com, showing every details how your UAV is fulfilling the problem statement.
    • One team can send only one design statement.
    • Don’t forget to mention you Team name, name of each members, your roll no. and college name.

    Winner- Rs. 3,500
    1st Runner-Up- Rs. 2,000
    2ndRunner-Up-Rs.1,500

    Prashant Kartikeya

    Ph: +91-7870525170

    Abhishek Kumar

    Ph: +91-9631765996

    RC PLANE

    Problem Statement

    Rules on Team structure

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    • Maximum of 6 members in a team
    • Members of a team may be from same college or different (UG or PG)
    • Any number of teams can participate from one college
    • Professionals are not allowed

    Design Constraints


    • The RC plane should measure a maximum of 1.0 m along any direction
    • The use of IC engines is prohibited. Only electrical motors are allowed
    • The maximum voltage between any two points on the plane should be 12V at any point of time
    • Use of gyroscopes (gyros) is prohibited
    • One of the team members should fly the aircraft and another should call the stunts as they are performed (just before)

    Format of the Competition

    The competition requires the participants to design a RC plane (no Readymade Planes are allowed) and perform a set of manoeuvres. The participants will be needed to bring their aircraft and all necessary equipment to the venue. The arena will be an open ground. There will be two rounds of the competition.

    Qualifier Round

    The best measure of the design of an aircraft can be done by climb and gliding time. To examine this, participants have to climb for 30 seconds. After this, they need to perform a dead stick flight (throttle=0 or Gliding). The plane however can be manoeuvred while its gliding.

    The teams will be graded based on

    • Smooth Climb (35%)
    • Glide Time (65%)

    Top 8 teams from the qualifier round will qualify to Manoeuvre Round. Along with qualification to next round, qualifying teams will get a reimbursement of INR 3000 per team towards material costs for their models.

    Manoeuvre Round

    The participants get the scoring as below

    a	A horizontal loop							30 points per loop	
    b	A vertical loop								40 points per loop	
    c	A horizontal eight loop							50 points per loop	
    d	A vertical eight loop							65 points per loop	
    e	Safe landing before completion of 3 mins in the				15 points	
    	landing zone(no points for landing before the landing zone							
    	or a crash landing anywhere in the field)
    				
    A maximum time of 4 minutes will be given to take off, complete the maneuver-set and land. Taking as many laps are allowed within 4 minutes but, the option has to be called before performance. Any further instructions would be given before the competition, on the spot. As soon as the timer crosses given time, only the points gathered by the aircraft till that moment are considered.
    If there is a tie, winner will be decided based on a separate round in which time taken to complete one eight loop will be considered. Judges’ decisions would be considered final in all cases.

    Rules

    • Each team would be given 2 chances for each of the rounds and the best score is considered as per the scoring procedure mentioned above for each round
    • The timer will start from the moment the aircraft is in the air for both the rounds.

    General Information

    • The use of 2.4 GHz radio is required for all aircraft competing in the competition. If the participants want to use any other frequency, they will have to inform the organizers in advance.
    • A limited number of 2.4 GHz radios will be available with the organizers for use by the teams. Teams who do not have access to radios can inform the organizers in advance to request use of these radios.
    • Metal propellers are not allowed.
    • The models can have powered take-off with a landing gear or can be launched manually by a person standing at ground level.
    • Plane should be built from scratch and not purchased models.
    • A team member can’t be a part of more than one team in the competition.
    • Bring your college/student I-Card at the time of competition.
    • Any of the above mentioned rules, if found violated, teams would not be allowed to participate in the competition.

    Winner - Rs. 20,000
    1st Runner Up - Rs. 15,000
    2ndRunner Up - Rs.10,000

    1. Top Six teams will be awarded a sum of Rs. 3,000.
    2. Winners will get certificate indicating their positions at different levels of the competition

    Prashant Kartikeya

    Ph: +91-7870525170

    Abhishek Kumar

    Ph: +91-9631765996

    Artifact

    Artifact, 'knowledge' is one of the most delightful and interesting event of PIE THRONES, which makes you aware of the various events occurring in the field of manufacturing and also helps in keeping aid of the most recent activities occurring in industries which makes this event unique in itself.

    This event will be held in three stages.

    Round 1: Aptitude Test

    • This is an objective round.
    • All the questions will be from General aptitude (testing language and analytical skills) including some general awareness and general studiesquestions too.
    • The time set for this round will be 40 min comprising 60 questions. Each correct answer will be rewarded with 2 marks while each incorrect response will be dealt with the penalty of 1 mark
    • It will be held offline.
    • Calculators, mobile phones or any kind of electronic devices will not be allowed for this round.

    Sample questions:

    1. If 13 = 13w/(1-w) ,then (2w)2=
    A.1/4
    B.1/2
    C.1
    D.2
    Ans: C

    2. Pipe A can fill in 20 minutes and Pipe B in 30 mins and Pipe C can empty the same in 40 mins.If all of them work together, find the time taken to fill the tank
    A. 17 1/7 mins
    B. 20 mins
    C. 8 mins
    D. none of these
    Ans. A

    3. What is the missing number in this series? 8, 2, 14, 6, 11, ?, 14, 6, 18, 12
    Ans. 9


    Round 2: Technical Test

    • This is an objective round.
    • All the questions will be from Technical side covering our branch which would cover the questions from Manufacturing (Various Manufacturing processes and Industrial Management)and Mechanical ( Basic Thermodynamics, Strength of Materials, a little bit of Fluid mechanics and Theory of machine) side.
    • The time set for this round will be 1 hr comprising 60 questions.
    • It will be held offline.
    • Only calculators are allowed but mobile phones or any kind of electronic devices will not be allowed for this round.

    Sample questions:

    1. A Carnot cycle is having an efficiency of 0.75. If the temperature of the high temperature reservoir is 727° C/ what is the temperature of low temperature reservoir?
    A. 23°C
    B. -23°C
    C. 0°C
    D. 250°C
    Ans.B

    2. A steel bar of 40 mm × 40 mm square cross-section is subjected to an axial compressive load of 200 kN. If the length of the bar is 2 m and E = 200 GPa, the elongation of the bar will be:
    A. 1.25 mm
    B. 2.70 mm
    C. 4.05 mm
    D. 5.40 mm
    Ans. A

    3. In casting process, there is a shrinkage of solidified molten metal in the mould. For this there is a source of supply of this shrinkage in the whole casting design. What is this source called?
    A. Pouring Basin
    B. Sprue
    C. Blind Riser
    D. Runner

    Round 3: How it’s made

    It is an interactive round in which the groups selected from the previous two rounds would be eligible for this round. Several items will be displayed to each group and they will be asked some questions regarding manufacturing of that item (i.e. material used, processes involved etc.)

    Sample Items:




    There is no restriction regarding participation. (i.e. participants could be from any branch or any year)


    It is a group event and a group of 2 candidates is mandatory for this event.

    Note: In case of any discrepancy or any disputes during the course of any round, the decisions by coordinators will be deemed as final.

    1. First Prize - Rs 3500
    2. Second Prize - Rs 2500
    3. Third Prize - Rs 1500

    Total prize worth Rs 7500

    Sanatan Kumar Bouri

    Ph: +91-8809759080

    Vatsal Gupta

    Ph: +91-8092063115

    Drona Gyaan

    "Mass production is only profitable if its rhythm can be maintained ie; if it can continue to sell its product in steady or increasing quantity. The result is that while, under the handicraft or small-unit system, demand created the supply, today supply must actively seek to create its corresponding demand." - Edward Barany’s

    "DRONA GYAN" promises to be one of the most intriguing events of this OJASS’15. A little background knowledge of the topic is mandatory, but selective instinctive actions during the event would decide the outcome . Hence, snappy decision making coupled with a meticulous approach would surely provide you an enthralling experience.

    For Problem Statement, Click here

    SAMPLE PARAMETER VALUES FOR DRILLING OPERATION

                Material          Hardness     Speed m/min    Feed mm/rev
                Cast iron          200           25-35         0.13-0.30
                Cast steel        280-300        12-15         0.06-0.19
                AISI1020          110-160         35           0.20-0.50
                AISI1040          170-200         25           0.13-0.30
                Manganese steel   185-215         5            0.06-0.19
                Nickel steel      200-240         18           0.06-0.19
                Stainless steel    150            15           0.13-0.30
                Spring steel       400             6           0.06-0.19
                Tool steel         150            23           0.20-0.50
                Tool steel         200            18           0.13-0.30
                Tool steel         215            15           0.13-0.30
                Tool steel         300            12           0.06-0.19
                Malleable iron   110-130          26           0.20-0.50
                Glass                             4.5          0.06-0.19
                Copper            80-85           21           0.06-0.19
                Brass            190-200          70           0.20-0.50
                Bronze           180-200          54           0.20-0.50
                Zinc alloys      110-125          70           0.20-0.50
              

    Rules and Point System:

    Round 1

    • The parameters have to be chosen in the specified order ( i.e M,F,D,S) through the required tasks.
    • There is an OVERALL TIME LIMIT for the completion of whole task.
    • Two attempts would be allowed to choose the required Material through the throw of loop. No more attempts are allowed.
    • ONLY ONE attempt is allowed to select the desired Feed value. However for each extra attempt, the participants have to complete a penalty task( further explanation on this would be given on the spot).
    • TWO KICKS would be allowed to choose the desired depth of cut.
    • TWO SHOTS would be allowed to pick the feasible speed limit.
    • IF time left, ONLY then participants COMPLUSARILY will have to face some RAPID FIRE questions based on machining operations and machine tools (which obviously would fetch you bonus points). But once you opt for a RAPID FIRE, you have to answer all the questions. Wrong answers or unanswered questions would lead to negative points.

    Round 2

    • There is an OVERALL TIME LIMIT to complete the moulding task.
    • Points would be given on the basis of accuracy of the mould.
    • Presence of irregularities or cracks would lead to loss of points.
    • Each team has to make use of ONLY the available resources to the best of their abilities.
    • After completion of moulding, there would be RAPID FIRE questions related to moulding and casting process.

    Judgement

    • Judging Criterion – In the qualification round on the basis of individual best time for completing tasks and points scored for parameters given, top 20% teams will be selected for final round. In the final rounds these teams will try to triumph over the others. Points earned will be based on the stability of their mould designs.
    • Team Specification- A team should strictly consist of 2 members. Students from different educational institutions can form a team.
    • Eligibility – All students who have registered for OJASS 2015 are eligible to participate.
    • Time- participants have to complete the task in given time. Points will be deducted during the extension time. After final bell candidates have to stop their work.
    1. First Prize - Rs 3000
    2. Second Prize - Rs 2000
    3. Third Prize - Rs 1000

    (Total prize worth Rs 6000)

    Anshuman Kumar

    Ph: +91-8877182233

    Vishwesh Kumar Jha

    Ph: +91-7549126605

    Industrial Tycoon

    "Make In India Campaign – ARE ENGINEERS READY?"

    The world is looking forward to India’s manufacturing sector. Long conserved markets are now opening up for the globalisation. Manufacturing is considered the backbone of a country’s economy, creating jobs and improving the living standards of citizens. Engineers are the wheels driving this sector. But the game plan has changed. From an importer of world class products INDIA is vouching to become the manufacturing hub of world.

    The new motto is – MAKE IN INDIA. Are engineers ready to take up the challenge?

    Problem Statement:

    You are hired by a Multi-national corporation looking for investment in INDIA’s manufacturing sector. The company wants to set up a bicycle manufacturing plant in India. Your job is to analyse the market and plan all the critical decisions to set up the industry. Profit is the sole motive. But wait! You also have to ensure consumer satisfaction, marketing and quality of the product. Prepare a sustainable and profitable model for it and present it to the Board of Directors. You are provided a sum of 250 million OJASS coins for the same.

    Download the PDF given below to for the complete Problem Statement

    For questionnaire click here

    The abstract and questionnaire are to be sent to indtyc@ojass.in before 3rd April by 2:00PM.

    For complete details and queries download the Event Guide

    Rules and Regulations:

    The team must not contain more than 3 members. The decision of judging panel is final and abiding.

    The event will be held in 2 rounds.

    Round 1:

    In the 1st round participants have to submit a business abstract of the company. It must contain :

    • Brand name
    • Tagline
    • Sales prediction
    • Marketing mix
    • Break even analysis

    A questionnaire consisting of the product’s price range and sales prediction, plant location, marketing mix and inspection planning is to answered and submitted along with the abstract.

    Round 2:

    Prepare a PPT of your industrial model highlighting all the decisions you have taken including

    • All details of your abstract
    • All decisions taken in the questionnaire.

    Further updates will be uploaded soon.

    1. First Prize - Rs 3500
    2. Second Prize - Rs 2500
    3. Third Prize - Rs 1500

    (Total prize worth Rs 7500)

    Korada Rohit Kumar

    Ph: +91-8987692897

    Gala Vijal Premchand

    Ph: +91-9570084595

    Utpreaks

    "Imagination (Utpreaks) should be used, not to escape reality, but to create it."

    CAD software started with the mathematician Euclid of Alexandria, who, in his 350 B.C. treatise on mathematics "The Elements" expounded many of the postulates and axioms that are the foundations of the Euclidian geometry upon which today's CAD software systems are built.

    This event provides you the opportunity to Know and learn the CAD software CATIA V5, Be ready to show your designing skills this time.

    Details

    The event will be held in three stages. Participants can participate individually or in a group of 2.

    Round 1

    • This is an objective round.
    • All the questions will be from CATIA V5 software.
    • Questions asked will be related to Part design, Assembly design and some basic questions from CATIA V5.
    • Total number of questions will be 30 and 30 minutes will be given to solve.
    • It will be held offline.

    Round 2

    • This round you will be given sketcher design or simple part design.
    • For example- Simple padding or sketch.
    • Time limit will be given for designing.
    • Design will be given on spot to all the participants.

    Sample Questions:

    1. What is the colour of “over-constraint” in sketcher?
    (i)White (ii) Green (iii) Red (iv) Purple
    2. In the Part design by using “Slot” the material is
    (i)Added (ii) removed (iii) a & b (iv) none

    Design Sample




    Round 3

    • This round you will be given a Part design or Assembly design.
    • Time limit will be given for designing.
    • Design will be given on spot to all the participants.

    Round 1:

    • Each question will be of 2 marks and -1/2 for each incorrect answer.
    • No electronics devices are allowed.
    • Cut off mark will be decided on the basis of performance of participants.
    • Use blue/black ball point pen only.

    Round 2 and 3:

    • All have to design on CATIA V5 software.
    • Each team will be provided with the Laptops with CATIA v5 installed on it.
    • No outside material will be allowed, such as pen drive, mobile, etc.
    • More efficient design will be preferred.

      For example-

      • One should avoid using commands like Chamfer and Corner while drawing a sketch, because that makes the sketch complicated. Instead of that, use Chamfer and Edge fillet commands from Part Design workbench.
      • The sketch should be as simple as possible. This enables us to reedit the model easily.
    • Use appropriate tools for designing. 5 points for using appropriate tools.
    • 30 minutes for round 2 and 45 minutes for round 3.
    • There will be negative points for designs without Constraints and Dimensions. Negative points will be decided according to numbers of constraints and dimensions are used.
    • For each minute of time remaining will add 2 bonus points.
    1. First Prize - Rs 4000
    2. Second Prize - Rs 2500
    3. Third Prize - Rs 1500

    Total prize worth Rs 8000

    Sumit Kumar

    Ph: +91-8603855494

    Shubham Vishwakarma

    Ph: +91-7897671111

    Suman Kumar Paswan

    Ph: +91-9572907843

    Bizzathlon 2.0

    ""An investment in knowledge pays the best dividends."Benjamin Franklin

    Do you find events taking place in the biz world to your interest? Do you find yourself quoting mergers & hostile takeovers on the dinner table? Do company logos and mottos automatically register in your mind? If yes, Ojass is the right time to visit NIT Jamshedpur’s picturesque campus.

    Barry O'Brien is one of the country's leading quizmasters, conducting quizzes across the country for schools, colleges and the corporate sector for the last 27 years. He has conducted over 2500 live quizzes in India, the Middle East, Nepal and Pakistan. He has enthralled quizzing crowds from Pilani to Patna and Powai, Kathmandu to Kharagpur and Karachi, Dubai to Delhi, Guwahati to Goa, and down South. He has conducted several quiz shows on television and radio.

    Ojass 2015 presents BIZZATHLON 2.0, with Quizmaster Barry o’ Brien.

    “Bizzathalon2.O ” will be hosted by very famous Quizmaster Barry O’Brien.

    Barry O'Brien is one of the country's leading quizmasters, conducting quizzes across the country for schools, colleges and the corporate sector for the last 27 years. He has conducted over 2500 live quizzes in India, the Middle East, Nepal and Pakistan. His father, Neil O’Brien is considered the pioneer of quizzing in India. His elder brother, the legendary Derek O’Brien needs no introduction. Barry has conducted quizzes for IIM Bangalore, XLRI Jamshedpur, IIT Bombay, ITC, Coca Cola and The Reserve Bank of India to name a few. He is the brains behind TTIS (The Telegraph in Schools), a weekly newspaper that twice (2004 & 2013) won the prestigious World Young Readers prize awarded by the World Association of Newspapers (WAN) based in Paris.

    A skilled motivational speaker, he conducts workshops and inter-active sessions for principals, teachers, corporate managers and executives, and students in Business Schools, colleges and professional institutes. He regularly conducts several courses and workshops, developed and designed by him, on Public Speaking, Personality Development and Effective Communication in English at the Calcutta Media Institute - his students range from the ages of 16 to 65!

    Barry is one of India’s most sought after Master of Ceremonies. He is as comfortable sharing the stage with Shah Rukh Khan, Amitabh Bachchan and N R Narayana Murthy, as he is with fun-loving teenagers and special-needs children fighting the odds.

    • Each team should consist of TWO members.
    • The Quiz will be conducted in two rounds: Prelims and Finals.
    • The prelims will be a pen and paper round followed by the Finals which will be a main stage event.
    • The prelims will be conducted on 4th April,2015.
    • Top 6 teams from the Prelims will qualify for the Finals
    • Detailed rules will be decided by the Quizmaster and shall be disclosed on the spot.
    • The decision of the Quizmaster shall be final and binding on all participants
    • First Prize - Rs 20000
    • Second Prize - Rs 15000
    • Third Prize - Rs 10000

    The total prize money of this event is Rs. 70,000/- + Rs. 25000/- Goodies

    Ravi Shankar

    Ph: +91-8292978478

    Arti Singh

    Ph: +91-8235672683

    Corporate Roadies

    Cut-throat competition in the corporate world has made survival and relevance nothing short of a showdown among the best strategists vying for plum positions in the industry.An arena for Knights in Corporate Armour, this event pits you against the best from across the nation.

    Round 1

    1. Short Case study (Case let) is the 1st round of the Corporate Roadies.
    2. Participants need to register on .
    3. Here are 2 problems for Case study. Participants need to submit the solution for ANY ONE.

    There is a technical institute WIMWI. The batch size is 200. All have been placed in campus interviews. Mostly MNCs recruit from the institute and average salary is Rs. 40 lakh in MNCs and 6 lakh in Indian companies. Ibrahim is the head of Media Council and has to prepare a press release.

    The ministry of MaPower(MMP) is of the opinion that the institute is catering to MNCs and not to its mandate of providing Quality Professionals to Indian Industry. The institute is subsidized by government. Ministry wants inquiry. If Ibrahim quotes the exact salaries and the fact that major recruiters are MNCs the ministry will raise hue and cry. If he does not then recruitment may suffer next year.

    What should Ibrahim do?

    Or

    Rajnikanth was an IIT student who joins a helmet manufacturing company. For a year, he has been working in the technical department. The helmet manufacturing company has been in existence for nearly 25 years and is registered losses for the past 2-3 years. Its product which is ISI certified is losing market share to local companies that produce cheap helmets without an ISI mark. Recently, The government makes the wearing of helmets compulsory and the company finds it a great opportunity to make profits. Meanwhile Rajnikanth is shifted to Testing department. Once Rajnikanth decides to test the helmets himself and finds that 4 out of 10 helmets were substandard. He reports his findings to his superior who assures him of taking necessary action. However nothing happens for the 2-3 days and on checking the records, he finds all the products are cleared. He approaches the MD of the company, Anand, and explains to him his findings. Anand tells Rajnikanth not to be concerned and look after his work.

    1. The minimum word limit for case solution is 250 and maximum is 500. So, the explanation of solution is highly entertained.
    2. The first page of solution should contain Participant’s Name, College Name, Semester and Branch etc.
    3. The teams are requiredto submit their case solutions in specified format(pdf/.doc/.docx) before 24thMarch 2015 on .
    4. Teams that make it through the first round will be notified through email.
    5. The selected candidates will have to go through Round 2 (details are provided below).

    Round 2

    The selected candidates will be given a common set of questions through email. The questions may be from different fields like business, economics, politics, current affairs etc.

    1. Submission to be sent before - 30/03/2015.
    2. Submission format - .pdf/.doc/.docx.
    3. Details to be included - Name, contact no, email id, college name
    4. All Submission should be made on- .
    5. The selected candidates will have to go through the campus rounds.

    CAMPUS ROUNDS

    Round 3

    Selected candidates will be mailed a problem statement. Participants need to look into certain specified aspects of the problem statement.

    1. Participants would present their solutions to the problem statement in front of the judges.
    2. The presentation should not exceed 8mins.

    Round 4

    Round 4 is a Group Discussion on the same problem statement

    1. This is an individual participation event
    2. This event consists of 4 rounds
    3. Round 3 and Round 4 of the event are not the eliminating one
    4. The decision of the panel of judges will be considered final. No further objections regarding their decision will be entertained
    1. First Prize - Rs 6000
    2. Second Prize - Rs 4000
    3. Third Prize - Rs 3000
    The total cash prize money for this event is Rs. 13,000..

    Sunny Sankit

    Ph: +91-9852073952


    Krishna Kishore

    Ph: +91-7870056083

    LETS START UP

    “I’m convinced that about half of what separates the successful entrepreneurs from the non-successful ones is pure PERSEVERENCE” –Steve Jobs.

    Why be one among hordes of job-seekers, when you can be a job-creator? Why settle for just filling the tummies of 4-5 of your dependents, when you can help fill the tummies of hundreds of people you associate with. But, at the crux of it all, is ONE SIMPLE IDEA, a game-changing, life-altering idea that can spell good times for you, and the people you associate with.

    Can you turn that ONE IDEA into a gold mine waiting to be prospected? This Ojass, participate in Let’s Start Up, an event that tests your skills across the entire spectrum ranging from innovation to implementation, through decision making.

    This Ojass, we give you the opportunity to let your imagination run wild!! We challenge all young entrepreneurs out there to piece together a Plan that will shake the business world from its roots – a plan that is practical yet revolutionary. The challenge becomes more difficult with the world economy taking a plunge… but, as they say “When the going gets tough, the tough gets going”. So, put on your thinking caps, push your own boundaries to the limit and have the valour to “Dream. Dare. Achieve!!”

    Round 1

    The event will be held in two rounds. The first round will require participants to submit an extensive summary of their B-Plan. Guidelines for summary submissions are as follows:

    1. Font: Calibri and Font Size: 12
    2. Summary should be a maximum of 4 pages.
    3. First page should contain the name of the team, the name of the business along with the business tagline, name of the participants along with their email ids and mobile numbers and name of their institute.
    4. Following points are to be kept in mind while writing the summary: (a) The underlying idea behind the business regarding what product is being sold or what service is being provided. (b)The general company description and the mission of the business. (c)Marketing strategy to fulfill market needs. (d)The target customer-base and how one intends to attract them. (e)The intended business location and its advantages. (f)The USP of the business model, i.e., how one aims to defeat competitors. (g)Break-even analysis, Financial Projections, Initial Investment and Returns. (h)How one plans to put together the initial investment required. (i)SWOT (Strength, Weakness, Opportunity and Threat) Analysis.
    5. Apart from these, the teams may include any other details which they deem necessary for clearly explaining their business model.
    6. Teams must submit their abstract by 20th march, 2015.
    7. Teams that make it through the first round will be notified through email. Therefore, it is the responsibility of the teams to ensure the validity of the email ids provided.

    Round 2

    The teams selected on the basis of the first round will have to make a PowerPoint presentation in front of the judges. The teams will be also required to make a maximum 1.5 minutes “Elevator Pitch” of their business model. Each team will get 12 minutes for the presentation (including time to present the elevator pitch), followed by questions from the judges and the audience. Exceeding the given time limit will be heavily penalized. Participants must also bring a hard copy of the detailed business plan covering the following areas:

  • The underlying idea behind the business regarding what product is being sold or what service is being provided.
  • The general company description and the mission of the business.
  • Marketing strategy to fulfill market needs.
  • The target customer-base and how one intends to attract them.
  • The intended business location and its advantages.
  • The USP of the business model, i.e., how one aims to defeat competitors.
  • Break-even analysis,Financial Projections, Initial Investment and Returns.
  • How one plans to put together the initial investment required.
  • SWOT (Strength, Weakness, Opportunity and Threat) Analysis.
  • Exit Strategy
  • Note:Submit your abstracts at anupam@ojass.in.

    1. A maximum of three members are allowed per team.
    2. Teams may span over different institutes, branches and batches.
    3. The event comprises of two rounds
    4. Plagiarism is heavily discouraged and will lead to immediate disqualification.
    5. Organizers reserve the right to disqualify any team that is found not abiding by any of the rules.
    6. Teams must strictly abide by the 4-page limit for the summary.
    7. Participants will be judged on the basis of innovativeness, practicality, quality of presentation, communication skills, knowledge of the market and customer-base.
    8. All the team members must participate in the presentation.
    9. Exceeding the time limit for the presentation, and Elevator Pitching, will be penalized heavily.
    10. Teams selected for the final round will have to bring a detailed hard copy of their business model. Failure to do so may result in their disqualification.
    11. The decision of the judges on all matters shall be final and binding.
    12. Submit your abstracts at anupam@ojass.in
    1. First Prize - Rs 6000
    2. Second Prize - Rs 4500
    3. Third Prize - Rs 3500
    The total cash prize money of this event is Rs. 14,000/-

    AnupamParlikar

    Ph: +91-893593600

    Mayank Sinha

    Ph: +91-8252580724

    Neetishastra

    “It is always said that careful observations are the hallmarks of great discoveries” – Sir Isaac Newton."

    Decisions can make or break an organization. Success of an organization or an individual is a directly related function of the decisions taken in the past. Managers are nothing more than structured decision makers. We give you an opportunity to step into the case, dig deeper into the recesses of your mind, and come up with an optimal solution for the same considering various constraints. A multi stage strategy event, testing not only the ability to make the best recommendations, but also the courage to stand and respond to a changing environment.

    Event Structure

    Prelims

    • This will be a qualifier and selected teams will make to the finals.
    • Problem statement would be uploaded on the website.
    • The teams are expected to submit their case solutions in specified format to manish.ece2k11@gmail.com before 24th March 2015.

    Finals

    • Selected teams would present their solutions from the qualifying rounds in front of the judges.
    • The presentation by the team should not exceed 10 mins. The presentation would be followed by Q&A by judges and fellow teams.

    Problem Statement

    The development of a country is mainly dependent on the net worth of the business done in the country. We are mainly dependent on FDI {Foreign Direct Investment} for the increasing economic activity in our country. Youth are primarily looking for opportunities instead of creating them. So, we are dependent on others for our own growth.

    So, there is a definite need to promote entrepreneurship in the country. This is one way of shaping our economy. Things should start early. This traits need to be incorporated in the Youth as early as in college.

    The MHRD is going to conduct a survey of all the IITs/IIMs/ NITs/ Other Reputed Colleges at the year end and rate them on percentage of students opting out of placements for establishing their own start-ups on a 0-100 scale.The MHRD has decided to give extra funding to the institutes with higher percentages of students opting out of placements

    They have the following function for giving funds: Total Funding {TF} = Fixed+ (Score on 0-100)/100* Variable. Fixed: 100 crore for IITs, 50 crore for NITs and 150 crore for IIMs. Variable: 500 crore for IIMs/IITs/NITs.

    This new move has created a desperate need to promote entrepreneurship in the college because the Institutes want to have maximum amount of fund for doing various developmental activities and enhancing their overall rank and thereby, making their presence felt as a better institute in India

    Consider the situation of any NIT/IIT/IIM. Step into the shoes of its director. Dig deeper into this case.

    Discuss the various steps that need to be implemented to stimulate entrepreneurship in your institute.

    Constraints:

    1. 12 month’s time for the next survey.
    2. A higher percentage of students studying on education loans which compel them to go for placements so that they can repay.
    3. Conservative parents who want to see their children get settled by getting jobs
    4. Increased fee structure of NIT/IIT/IIM.

    Essentials:

    1. Sequential and logical approach with projected output divided into multiple stages.
    2. Mathematical explanation for the projected output.
    3. Approach chosen.
    4. Approach Ignored

    Eligibility Criteria

    • Neetishastra is open for participation for students pursuing any undergraduate degree, or university course, students outside a regular college programme pursuing chartered courses, involving distance learning or internship training
    • Teams of a maximum of three are allowed. Individual participation is allowed though participation in teams is encouraged.

    Rules for Event

    • • Complete solutions must adhere to the following restrictions: o Page Limit: 5 o Page Size: A4 o Font Size: Calibri Body(Font Size 12)
    • The solutions should be mailed as doc and pdf files named same as your team name to
    • First page should contain the name of the team, name of participants along with their email ids, mobile numbers and name of the college
    • The decision of the panel of judges will be considered final. No further objections regarding their decision will be entertained
    • Entry must be the original work of entrants i.e. team members competing must be the principle owners of the solution.
    • The judges and organizers will take utmost care in handling the entries and guarantee utmost confidentiality.
    • The presentation in final round should be based on the same solution as that from the qualifying round. Difference in the two and its consequences would be a matter left to judge’s decision alone.
    • The presentation in final rounds compulsorily needs to be a multi-media presentation, though participants may take aid of a board.
    • Contestants must agree to accept that their registration forms and other entries will not be returned to them and personal data will be available for statistical purposes.
    • Every contestant must agree with the rules of the contest and must agree to accept the declaration of confidentiality.
    1. First Prize - Rs 6000
    2. Second Prize - Rs 4500
    3. Third Prize - Rs 3500
    The total cash prize money for this event is Rs. 14,000.

    Manish Kumar Singh

    Ph: +91-9006972356

    Dhananjay Sharma

    Ph: +91-9470502392

    Wolf of Dalal Street

    "Ruleno.1: Neverlosemoney"

    Rule no. 2: never forget rule no. 1."--------------------Warren Buffet.

  • This is an individual event, i.e, only one member team is allowed
  • The participants need to register at .
  • After registration for ojass 15, participants have to register at .
  • A virtual money of 10lacs INR will be given in the beginning. The highest portfolio holder will be the winner.
  • The trading time is between 9.00am to 4.00pm IST.
  • In case of any disputes, coordinators decision shall prevail.
  • The dates will be updated soon.
  • For rules go to the link given below. click here
    1. First Prize - Rs 3000
    2. Second Prize - Rs 2000
    3. Third Prize - Rs 1500
    The total cash prize money of this event is Rs.6,500/-.

    Ravi Burnwal

    Ph: +91-8409175809

    Deependra Kumar

    Ph: +91-8804337377

    ABC - A Business Challenge

    A business challenge for beginners, which intends to give them insights, exposure into the dynamics of the corporate world. ABC also aims to prepare them for bigger corporate challenges lined up for them in their subsequent professional careers.

    This is an on-spot event and will be completely organised during three days of Ojass-2015.

    Round-1

    • Group-Discussion preferably in the group of six , on the topic that will be provided there on the spot.
    • This is an elimination round.

    Round-2

    • Shortlisted candidates will be asked to sell a specific product.
    • They will be evaluated on their presence of mind and persuasive skills.
    • This is also an elimination round.

    Final Round

    The candidates shortlisted after round-2 will have to go through a personal interview before the panel of judges.

    • This is an individual participation event.
    • This event consists of 3 rounds.
    • Every round is an eliminating one.
    • The decision of the panel of judges will be considered final. No further objections regarding their decision will be entertained.
    1. First Prize - Rs 3000
    2. Second Prize - Rs 2000
    3. Third Prize - Rs 1000

    The total cash prize money for this event is Rs.6,000/-

    Arti Singh

    Ph: +91-8235672683

    Ravi Burnwal

    Ph: +91-8409175809

    INDUS-SOLVA

    This event is designed with the aim to devise industrial problem solving attitude among the students and also to tackle future industrial problems.

    Problem Statements

    1. A maximum of 2 members are allowed in a team.
    2. There will be 3 metallurgical industrial problems seperately for each years(I, II, III).
    3. You need to solve the problem and upload an abstract which contains the outline of the methods you will apply to solve the problem.
    4. The selected candidates will have to prepare a presentation describing their solution.
    5. Best team from each problem will be the winner.

  • 2500 for each problem
  • (Total prize worth Rs 7500)

    Vikram Jha

    Ph: +91-7209667664

    Subodh Rana

    Ph: +91-7870993388

    DHATU PRASHNAMANCH

    A basic Metallurgical and Material Engineering quiz, where only metallurgy students can participate. Whet your curiosity, enhance your knowledge, come play with us and show the metal in you
    This event would comprise of 2 rounds.

    Prelims: The teams would be asked to answer a questionnaire in the stipulated time. Selected teams will go to final round

    1. Each team shall comprise of a maximum of 2 members (entries from students of other branches is not allowed).
    2. The final decision rests with the quiz master. No objection should be made to it. In any case, the team may be disqualified.
    3. The team which scores the maximum points in the final round event will be the winner of Dhatu prashnamanch'15
    4. The marking scheme for various stages will be informed on the spot.

    1. First Prize - Rs 3000
    2. Second Prize - Rs 2000
    3. Third Prize - Rs 1000

    (Total prize worth Rs 6000)

    Kumar Kamla Kant Kashyap

    Ph: +91-8539080486

    Md. Salim

    Ph: +91-9504866838

    Agnikund

    A thrilling new competitive event with a motive to guide the students of Metallurgical & Materials Engineering towards campus placements and selecting the best out of the lot(1 each from 1st, 2nd & 3rd years).

    This event would comprise of 6 rounds.

    Round 1 (Elimination Round) :

    1. This is a written round consisting of Aptitude, Logical Reasoning and Basic Technical questions
    2. There will be 60 questions with time duration of 45 minutes

    Round 2 (Group Task Round) :

    1. In this round, a unique group task would be alloted to each group
    2. No elimination in this round

    Round 3 (Individual Task Round) :

    1. In this round, individual tasks would be allotted to the students
    2. Now comes the elimination round

    Round 4 (GD Round) :

    1. This round tests the group-discussion skills and will be followed by final interview
    2. No elimination round

    Round 5 (Debate & Discussion Round) :

    1. In this round, students will be judged according to their debating skills, their way of expression etc. Topics of metallurgical importance will be a special attraction.

    Round 6 (Final Round) :

    1. This round consists of both Technical as well as HR questions being asked by the judging panel
    2. Finally selected students (1 from each 1st, 2nd & 3rd years) will be the grand winner of this event and will be awarded with the prize money


    FREE FEEDBACK & SUGGESTIONS :

    Not to be disheartened, for those who couldn’t make it up to the final round, we provide free feedback & suggestion setup for discussing with them about their areas of improvement and helping them out so as to make them well-prepared beforehand for their upcoming placements.
    There are no specific rules, except as detailed already.
    Prizes for first three - Rs 4000 each

    (Total prize worth Rs 12000)

    Ketan Anand

    Ph: +91-9431963001

    Nikhil Kumar Singh

    Ph: +91-9471589230

    Poster Presentation '15

    Event which provide a common platform to the students of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering where they can share their creativity, knowledge, engineering ideas and other fruitful things amongst them.
    This event would comprise of 3 stages.

    STAGE 1:
    It requires submission of abstract which should be uploaded on the website before the deadline.

    STAGE 2:

    It requires full paper submission for the groups whose abstract are to be selected for poster presentation.

    STAGE 3:
    Final stage being the event during the symposium when selected students are required to bring the poster for display.

    Last date for submission of abstracts to posterpresentation@ojass.in is 31st March

    The specifications for Poster Presentation are as follows:

    • Each team shall comprise of a maximum of 2 members.
    • Poster boards are landscape in orientation.
    • The abstract should confine to the word limit of 150 words and should concisely define the theme of the paper.
    • Board Dimensions: Length 120cm (max.), Height 90cm (max.).
    • We suggest you design your poster using the following sections:
      • Title, author, and address (at upper portion, across the width of the whole poster)
      • Abstract
      • Statement of research question
      • Methodology
      • Results
      • Illustrations
      • Analysis and Interpretation of results
      • Impact of Findings
      • Acknowledgement
    1. First Prize - Rs 2000
    2. Second Prize - Rs 1000
    3. Third Prize - Rs 500

    Total prize worth Rs 3500

    Bipul kumar

    Ph: +91-8986714930

    Vivek Ranjan

    Ph: +91-9852510186

    Game of Troves – The Hunt Begins

    A box without hinges, key, or lid, yet golden treasure inside is hid.

    J. R. R. Tolkien

    Is solving puzzles your forte...? Do you love to burn the midnight oil in search for clue for hidden “treasure”…? Then brace yourself ‘coz we are bringing you the kind of the treasure hunt that will even make the Google Search ‘cry’!! Get ready to solve the clues in the form of pictures, texts, audio, etc. which will lead you to many exciting prizes

    • The Game is played @Game of Troves
    • The Hunt will start from 26th march at 12:00 AM and end on 1st April at 11:59 PM.
    • There will be no teams.
    • Google is your best friend. Don't be shy to use lots of search engines
    • Do have a look at the source code. Especially look out for the term 'hint' in the page
    • The name of the images can be a big hint sometimes
    • Hints will be given in the FACEBOOK page of Neo Drishti. Be decent on FACEBOOK page. Try to use them only when in desperate need.
    • Submit answer in textbox or do whatsoever you can do to go to the next level.
    • Questions can be in any form pictorial, video, text or anything.
    • For interaction between participants there would be admin managed forum.
    • Any mail asking for answers or hints shall not be entertained.
    • Clue of answer can be anywhere on the page (Image, Video, Text, Forum, Source code, URL, Current Page).
    • Answers may relate to the clue in any complex form.
    • Only alphabets and numbers are allowed. No special characters like @ _ , . are allowed, however you can use whitespace between two words but answer without whitespace is also acceptable (for eg. Hello world is same as helloworld , HeLloWorlD , HELLO WORLD).
    • Any attempt of hacking will lead to automatic disqualification.
    • Anyone can give hints to others but leaking of complete answer through forum will lead to disqualification.
    • If admin realizes that any participant has used any kind of unfair means to clear any level then the admin is liable to block the user without any prior notice to anyone and admin will be unquestionable.
    • First 3 player to clear a level will be awarded 3 points. Next 10 players to clear a level will be awarded 2 points each and rest of the players will be awarded with 1 point each.
    • A Total of 3 prizes will be awarded: 1st prize will go to the first player completing all the levels and 2nd and 3rd prize will go to the player with the maximum points. If the first player completing all the levels has the maximum points as well, the player with the second maximum points will be awarded the 2nd prize irrespective of the player’s position on the leader board and so on. If none of the players were able to complete the quiz, prizes will be distributed on the basis of maximum points.
    1. First Prize - Rs 4000
    2. Second Prize - Rs 3000
    3. Third Prize - Rs 2000

    Total prize Rs 9000

    Manish Pathak

    Ph: +91-9934674769

    Aman Joshi

    Ph: +91-9973748993

    SCRATCH EASY

    “Let’s teach kids to code.” -Mitchel Resnick

    Ever played LEGO as a kid…? How about a programming language that provides you with the flavor of LEGO..? With SCRATCH you don’t require a prior programming knowledge. All you need to do is drag and drop the code snippets and create something AWESOME So, GET… SET…. N… SCRAAAATTTCCHHH……

    • Participants can form team with at most two members per team.
    • The event will be held in two rounds. Only the best five teams from the preliminary round will move to the final round.
    • In both the rounds, teams will be given a scenario (specifically a game – to be announced on spot).
    • Teams have to develop that in Scratch.
    • Depending upon the performance in Prelims, teams will be selected for Mains.
    • Each team can have maximum of two members.
    • The decision of the judges and the organizing team will be final and binding.
    • Constraints: no pen drive or laptop is allowed in round 2.
    • All the equipment are provided to the contestant during the event.
    • A team will be disqualified if it uses wrong means.
    1. First Prize - Rs 3000
    2. Second Prize - Rs 2000
    3. Third Prize - Rs 1000

    Total prize Rs 6000

    Gopal Jha

    Ph: +91-8797201226

    Subhadip Layek

    Ph: +91-8235442043

    CODIGO

    “If debugging is the process of removing software bugs, then programming must be the process of putting them in.” - Edsger Dijkstra

    Bored with the traditional process of programming events…? How about an event that combines programming with other activities? Welcome to CODIGO where the programming problems will be jumbled and auctioned to spice up the things. To increase your chances of winning you need to solve problems as fast as possible.

    There will be 2 rounds of CodiGo


    Round 1

    • Participants will have limited time.(1 hour)
    • Maximum of two players are allowed in team.
    • This round will be based on jumble coding and MCQ questions.

    Round 2


    This round will be based on two Problem.


    1. Simon says: -


    • Time will be limited. (1hour)
    • To do a code exactly as Simon’s asked you to, not john, not mike.
    • Points will be created upon accuracy.

    2. The Great Auction:-


    • Candidates will be asked to bid for their timing. (Max Time will be 2 hours)
    • Candidate have to complete the problem in that time.
    • Lowest bidder will get points on their timing basis.
    • Extra time will be debited from their points.
    • Depending upon the performance in Round 1, teams will be selected for Round 2.
    • Each team can have maximum of two members.
    • The decision of the judges and the organizing team will be final and binding.
    • Constraints: no pen drive or laptop is allowed in round 2.
    • Internet access is not allowed.
    • All the equipment are provided to the contestant during the event.
    • A team will be disqualified if it uses wrong means.
    1. First Prize - Rs 3000
    2. Second Prize - Rs 2000
    3. Third Prize - Rs 1000

    Total prize Rs 6000

    Swaroop Dhar

    Ph: +91-8013649373

    Gaurav Singh

    Ph: +91-9473366548

    SANRACHNA

    "Your imagination is a WEAPON of mass Construction, USE IT." -Trusses, beams,columns and many other theories.

    then this one is definitely for you. It is an on-the-spot event for designing and building a structure by providing on-site raw materials. The event basically calls for teamwork, spontaneity and judicial use of raw materials provided. No vast knowledge of Civil Engineering is required. Everyone can enjoy and have fun.

    PROBLEM STATEMENT :-

    It is an on-spot event. Problem statement of the event will be released on the spot.

    MATERIALS PROVIDED :-

    Wood, Thread, pins, adhesive, hammer, scale, pen and saw (Hexa blade)

    PROCEDURE :-

    On the basis of problem statement, one has to construct the structure. The construction should be completed within the stipulated time. The structure will then be tested against concentrated transverse load.

    • Students from any branch can participate in the event.
    • A team may comprise a maximum of 4 members. Students from different educational institutes. can also form a team.
    • No materials or tools apart from those provided can be used.
    • Decisions of the event judges will be final.
    1. First Prize - Rs 3000
    2. Second Prize - Rs 2400
    3. Third Prize - Rs 1600

    Total prize worth Rs 7000

    Raushan Kumar

    Ph: +91-9546279514

    Bhaskar Tiwari

    Ph: +91-8677049061

    ACUMEN

    "Wisdom isn't a product of schooling but of the lifelong product of acquiring it."- Albert Einstein


    Acumen continues.... the fever is rising again. Civil quiz ready for the second punch.

    A basic civil engineering quiz, where anyone can participate. Whet your curiosity, enhance your knowledge, come play with us and feed your Acumen.

    This event would comprise of 2 rounds.

    Prelims:-


    The teams would be asked to answer a questionnaire in the stipulated time. Selected teams would have to undergo another screening process (another questionnaire round) to qualify for the stage round.

    Final:-


    The top few teams will make it to the stage event, details of which would be announced before the event starts.

    • Each team shall comprise of a maximum of 2 members (entries from students of other branches is also allowed).
    • The final decision rests with the quiz master. No objection should be made to it. In any case, the team may be disqualified.
    • The team which scores the maximum points in the stage event will be the winner of Acumen'15.
    • The marking scheme for various stages will be informed on the spot.

    1. First Prize - Rs 3000
    2. Second Prize - Rs 2000
    3. Third Prize - Rs 1000

    Total prize worth Rs 6000

    Amish kumar

    Harshwardhan

    Ph: +91-8603130351

    METROPOLIS

    The new millennium has witnessed expansion of cities and industries in enormous proportions and town planning has assumed great importance. This event requires basics of planning and your engineering skills.


    The event will be held in two stages.

    Round 1

    1. The problem statement will be given on spot to all the participants.
    2. Problem statement will be based on drawing the plan and 3d model of a civil structure within a stipulated time period.
    3. Software to be used: Autocad 2010 and later versions.

    Round 2

    1. Top 10 teams from the 1st stage will qualify for the next round.
    2. All the finalists have to prepare a powerpoint presentation based on their autocad drawings and present it before our elite panel of judges.

    Maximum team size is 2 and team members must be from the same college.Every team must bring their own laptops.

    Judging criteria

    • Proper Utilization of space provided.
    • Clarity & distinction among the things present in the plan.
    • Specification and Dimensioning.
    • Feasibility.
    • Innovation.
    • PowerPoint presentation.
    1. First Prize - Rs 4000
    2. Second Prize - Rs 2500
    3. Third Prize - Rs 1500

    Total prize Rs 8000

    Saurabh Raj

    Ph: +91-7209530804

    Prashant Kumar

    Ph: +91-8809208124

    ARCHMADEEASE

    “A scientist can discover a new star but he cannot make one. He would have to ask an engineer to do it for him.- ”Gordon Lindsay Glegg



    OJASS'15 provides you a platform to showcase the engineer inside you. Ideas can come to anyone, but it is the prerogative of engineers to translate them into concrete reality. This event is designed to test your practical construction skills. If you want to accept the challenge of a site engineer, here is the event and it comes with the opportunity to win great prizes.

    Problem Statement

    This is an on-the-spot event. You are required to build a semi-circular arch. This must be done only with the materials and tools provided.

    Procedure

    You will be given a semi-circular iron frame. The arch has to be constructed on this frame using bricks and stone-chips (10 mm down) only. The construction should be completed within the stipulated time. The Arch will then be tested against concentrated transverse load.

    Judging Criteria

    • Time taken to build the arch.
    • Load sustained by the arch.

    Score of each team will be calculated by the relation P/t, where P is the maximum load borne by the structure and t is the time taken to complete the construction. Score will not be calculated if the construction is not completed within 30 minutes or the arch fails during the construction

    Rules

    • Students from any branch can participate in the event.
    • A team may comprise a maximum of four members. Students from different educational institutes can also form a team.
    • No material or tool apart from those provided can be used.
    • Decision of the event judges will be final.

    1. First Prize - Rs 3000
    2. Second Prize - Rs 2000
    3. Third Prize - Rs 1500

    Total prize worth Rs 6500

    Shubham Agrawal

    Ph: +91-8987761385

    Aman Verma

    Ph: +91-9507023343

    Nupur

    Ph: +91-8051111747

    EXEMPLER

    “A model may be big or small but ideas behind them are always Great.”



    Innovation is what engineering demands. This event provides you the opportunity to shape your innovative ideas in the form of a model and thereby showcasing your creativity and manifestation of your engineering skills and think of something innovative, something new then build a model as it is the best way to explain your ideas.

    Each team has to design an innovative model counteracting effectively different problems faced by civil engineers or any new idea to revolutionize the way we perceive structures.

    Procedure

    • Each team will have to mail the theme about their model (in about 200 words) and their team name with the names of all the members (including roll nos.) before 27th MARCH, 2015.
    • Teams will get a confirmation mail about their theme selection.
    • Selected teams will be required to be present with their model at the time of the Event.
    • Each group should be ready with a small power-point presentation about their models and they will have to give this presentation at the time of the event.

    • The entries are restricted to students currently pursuing education in a recognized institute.
    • Students from different colleges can form a single team.
    • Each team can contain a maximum of four members.
    • The marks will be provided on both the model and the presentation.
    • The decisions of judges will be final and binding on all.

    All the model themes should be sent at
    exemplar.ojass15@gmail.com.

    1. First Prize - Rs 6000
    2. Second Prize - Rs 4500
    3. Third Prize - Rs 3500

    Total prize worth Rs 14000

    Ravi Kumar

    Ph: +91-9934624964

    Pinky Kumari

    Ph: +91-9263212616

    Acceledrome

    To be updated soon..

    AIM:

    To build a structure basically from scraps and leftovers with the dimensions not above 1x1x1.2 m3 It is supposed to be a path for a ping pong ball(no other balls allowed).

    Points:

    • For every second the ball stays in motion 1.5 point is awarded.
    • For every element used in the track formation 5 point is awarded.
    • For every vertical loop used 8 points are awarded.
    • At the exit point, for every cm of horizontal distance covered by the ball before the first touch 0.5 point is allowed.
    • Every time the ball stops during its stay in the path/track 3 points will be deducted.
    • There should not be any mechanical or electrical equipments installed that work on their own.
    • The paths may or may not be smooth, but the ball once dropped in the path must not stop in between.
    • The ball should be released from a certain height imparting it zero initial horizontal velocity.
    • Each team must not have more than four members.
    • Each team will be allowed to try the run 3 times, out of which the best will be taken as final.
    • The team members are advised to bring their own ping-pong ball as per the convenience of their tracks but the size of the ball must abide by the dimensions of a commonly available ping-pong ball.
    • The winning team is awarded a cash prize of Rs. 4500
    • The runner up team is awarded a cash prize of Rs. 3500
    • The team scoring third is awarded a cash prize of Rs. 2000
    • The remaning teams are given a certificate of appreciation.

    (Total prize worth Rs 10000)

    Dilip Kumar

    Ph: +91-9470148290

    Raushan Parashar

    Ph: +91-9973253549

    Auto-Quiz

    The “Auto-Quiz” event forms the quizzing section of “Rise of Machines”.

    This event will consist of a preliminary written round in which certain number of MCQ’s will be given to the participants. Based on their performance in the written round TOP 5 teams will be promoted to the “Quiz round”.

    The ”Quiz round” will consist of various sub-rounds like rapid fire, Buzzer round, Infinite bounce etc. The exact format and the marking scheme of the Quiz round will be unveiled at the event.

    The questions will be related to happenings in the Automobile world.

    The questions will be of generic nature and will not be strictly technical.

    • The verdict of the Quiz master will be final and he/she will not be answerable to anyone.
    1. First Prize - Rs 3000
    2. Second Prize - Rs 2000
    3. Third Prize - Rs 1000

    (Total prize worth Rs 6000)

    To be updated soon..

    Moto Virtuale

    Bike racing fascinates everyone, but ever tried to race your bikes on paper. Ojass’15 brings to you a new and innovative way of bike racing,” MOTO VIRTUALE”. Inspired by long route bike racing we created an event to bring out the real engineer quotient in you by testing your technical as well managerial skills.

    Participants are required to craft a proper strategy so as to travel maximum distance on bike within 10 weeks by minimizing breakdown with appropriate preventive maintenance carried out using Rs. 50,000.

    The event will be of 2 days:-

    • On the first day interested team will have to report to the event co-ordinator and get themselves register. After registration they will be provided with a participant hand-out containing all the relative information and diary notes which are a key to solve the problem.
    • On the second day every team has to come filled with their maintenance activity log and real time simulation will be performed on the digital game board based on the activity log prepared.
    • The Digital game board is a real time Simulative environment created by the organising team which simulates the practical conditions of the bike as it runs its course during each of the 10 weeks.

    Note: Only the organising team would have access to the game board.

    • Each team should have a maximum of 3 members.
    • Each team will be provided with same virtual bike.
    • Maximum time period of game is 10 weeks-virtual time for which the bike would run.
    • In each week, bike can run for maximum 50 hours.
    • Every team will be given virtual Rs. 50,000 as total budget for Preventive Maintenance/ Conditional monitoring/ spares ordering/ breakdown repair. No extra money will be provided or could be borrowed from other team
    • Game will be over if team runs out of money or full 10 weeks get exhausted. No week can be idle.
    • Major breakdowns will happen only in some critical parts.
    • Major breakdown will be triggered if the required preventive maintenance/ spares replacement activities are not carried out on schedule.
    • For every major breakdown, full component has to replace with a new spare.
    • All the maintenance activities need to be carried out in the beginning of the week after which bike can be run for rest of the time.
    • Each team will be given 3 chances to run their bikes (virtually) and best of 3 will be counted as the final run.
    • Decision taken by the judges will be final and binding.

    Tip: Use the notes provided by instructor to craft a good strategy, instead of using intuition.

    1. First Prize - Rs 3000
    2. Second Prize - Rs 2400
    3. Third Prize - Rs 1600

    (Total prize worth Rs 7000)

    Abhishek Kumar

    Ph: +91-8987483765

    Hassan Ashraf

    Ph: +91-9470374671

    Prakshepan

    Rockets....The name itself is thrilling enough to send a chill down one's spine. OJASS 15 gives you an exclusive chance to experience the adventure of rocket launching. Put all your grey cells to work to design a water rocket that remains air borne for maximum duration of time. The challenge does not ends here, your rocket should have a cargo bay capable of carrying and bringing a secret and delicate cargo safely down. Participate in the most exciting, brain draining event this OJASS.

    The main objective is to design a water rocket that remains air borne for the maximum duration of time with an ability to land safely by means of parachute deployment. Additionally the rocket must have a cargo bay for storage of a given delicate payload of specified dimensions.

    The Event will be held in two rounds:

    • Round 1: The Launch

      The water rockets are to be launched from a Launchpad vertically .rockets would be tested for their time of flight and parachute deployment. Teams would be given two chances to launch their rockets with the help of a given standard launcher (designed for standard 2 L cold drink bottle) or they can use their own launcher.

    • Round 2: Touchdown

      Teams who will make it to the 2nd round will be tested for the above criteria as well as they have to bring down safely a precious and delicate cargo of a dimensions 5.7cm x 4.2cm x 4.2cm , to be supplied by us.

    • A team can comprise of a maximum of 3 members.
    • The fuel tank capacity should not be more than 2L.
    • Only compressed air – water mixture can be used for propelling the rocket.
    • Maximum air pressure of 70 psi can be used.
    • The team members will have to launch the water rockets themselves under the supervision of the event coordinators.
    • The rocket must contain a cargo bay which can carry a payload of dimension - 5.7cm x 4.2cm x 4.2cm.
    • Own launcher is allowed, given that the launcher must have a pressure gauge attached to it.
    • The decision of the coordinators would be final regarding judgment.

    Marking Scheme:

    • Round 1

      • Total marks = Parachute Deployment(PD) + Time of Flight(TOF).
      • Successful Parachute Deployment: 50 points.
      • Time of flight(TOF) : 20 * (TOF after PD) + 10 * (TOF before PD) points.
    • Round 2

      • Total marks = Parachute Deployment(PD) + Time of Flight(TOF) + safe cargo landing
      • Successful Parachute Deployment: 50 points
      • Time of flight(TOF) : 20 * (TOF after PD) + 10 * (TOF before PD) points
      • Safe cargo landing : 200 points
    1. First Prize - Rs 3000
    2. Second Prize - Rs 2000
    3. Third Prize - Rs 1000

    (Total prize worth Rs 6000)

    Rajendra Kumar

    Ph: +91-7209399136

    Vinay Kumar Barnwal

    Ph: +91-9905748279

    Samveg

    To be updated soon..

    Problem Statement

    Design a mechanically-powered, self-propelling vehicle, that uses any of the non-conventional power sources such as compressed air or water, potential energy of a weight, elasticity of a rubber band, string or torsional springs etc. to provide the driving force for propulsion. The use of any conventional propelling elements like battery, motor or any other commercially available power source is prohibited. Your main focus should be on speed as well as stability, but at the same time it should be able to cover a certain minimum distance.

    Vehicle Specification

    • Vehicle weight should not exceed 1.5 kg.
    • The maximum volume of water allowed is 1 L.(in addition to vehicle weight)
    • Maximum balloon size can be 9 cm (without air).
    • Electric motors & batteries are strictly prohibited; the vehicle should be mechanically powered.
    • Maximum dimension of vehicle should be 40cm*40cm*70cm.

    Event Structure

    This event consists of three rounds:-

    • Round 1(Distance Test):

      • The track for this round will be a simple straight track.
      • The teams will have to run their vehicle on the track.
      • The distance covered by each vehicle on the track will be measured.
      • Each team will have maximum two runs, of which the best will be considered.
      • The top 10 teams will be selected for 2nd round.
    • Round 2(Time test):

      • All teams which will qualify for the second round will have to run their vehicles on a track with specified distance, without hurdles.
      • The time taken to cover a specified track length, by each vehicle on the track will be measured.
      • Each team will have maximum two runs, of which the best will be considered.
      • Top 6 teams, with least time, will qualify for Final Round.
    • Round 3(Final race):

      • Six teams will race against each other.
      • Track for the race will be a straight track with hurdles such as sand, pebbles, etc.
      • Vehicles that move out of the specified tracks will be disqualified.
      • Winners of this round will be the winner of the event.
    • Maximum 3(three) members can be in a team.
    • Decisions of the organising team would be final and abiding on the participants.
    1. First Prize - Rs 4000
    2. Second Prize - Rs 3000
    3. Third Prize - Rs 2000

    (Total prize worth Rs 9000)

    Punit Kumar Sharma

    BATTLESHIP

    "Reach the limits of virtue, before you cross the border of death."

    It’s a battle on the sea between Indian merchant ship and enemy forces. It’s time to attack the Headquarters and destroy them by firing artilleries on them.

    PROBLEM STATEMENT:


    The participating teams will have to design a bot with suitable mechanisms which should be able to complete the different tasks in the respective rounds.

    PRELIMINARY ROUND:


    This round is for the selection of bots which can undergo the combat operation in next round. In this round when the clock starts ticking, you have to burst the balloons and pick the floating balls and fire them in the enemy territory which is in circle shape. Before you start to fire balls you must burst at least one balloon. All the balls are of same sizes (about 3.5 cm dia.).The more number of balls you fire the more you crush your enemies and the more points you get. The maximum time allotted for a match is 4 minutes. In case of a tie, extra time of 2 minutes will be given. The bot can carry only one ball at a time.


    POINTS SYSTEM FOR THE PRELIMINARY ROUND:


    Points will be awarded depending upon the no. of the balls present in enemy territory and the no. of balloons you burst and also on the color of balls and balloons. The team with more points among two will proceed to the next round.


    TOP VIEW OF ARENA:




    ARENA DESCRIPTION FOR PRELIMINARY ROUND:


    1. The balls and balloons will be placed randomly outside the enemy territory.
    2. The ball dropping zone is of radius and located in the center.
    3. The height of the boundaries of dropping zone is 10cm from the water level.

    SECOND ROUND:


    In this round there are two zones one of them at 5cm height (zone A) and other at 10cm height (zone B) from water level. These zones are located in the corners of arena. As in the preliminary round you have to fire artilleries (balls) on these zones. Before you start to fire balls (artilleries) you must burst at least one balloon. The maximum time allotted for a match is 4 minutes. The bot can carry any number of balls at a time


    POINTS SYSTEM FOR SECOND ROUND:
    Points will be awarded depending upon no. of balls in the enemy zone.
    Zone A=10*x points
    Zone B=20*y points
    x-no. of balls in zone A
    y-no. of balls in zone B

    TOP VIEW OF ARENA:





    FINAL ROUND:


    There are three zones at different heights. These zones are enemy forces’ headquarters. The highest zone is managerial and administrative center and other two zones are premises of military commander enemy army forces. The aim of Indian army merchant ships is to destroy enemy forces by launching missiles at the zones A, B and C. Highest points will be awarded if damage to managerial and administrative center is caused.

    1. Several balls and balloons will be placed randomly on water.
    2. The bot should collect the balls (size 3.5 cm dia.) and fire them to different zones.
    3. The maximum time allotted per team is 5 minutes.
    4. A bot can carry any number of balls in this round.

    POINTS SYSTEM FOR THE FINAL ROUND:

    Points will be awarded depending upon the no. and type of balls collected and dropped in their specified spots. Here Y is no. of penalties received.

    A zone = 10 points
    B zone = 20 points
    C zone = 30 points

    ARENA DESCRIPTION FOR FINAL ROUND:

    1. Zone A will be placed at a height of 5cm above water level and length 20cm.
    2. Zone B will be placed at a height of 10cm above water level and length 20cm.
    3. Zone C will be placed at a height of 15cm above water level and length 20cm.
    4. The minimum width of the zones will be 15cm.

    TOP VIEW OF ARENA:



    NOTE: The path for the final round shown in above figures is only indicative. The actual pathway varies from that shown above.

    Rules


    1. The team will comprise of maximum 4 members and members can be from different institutes.
    2. The maximum dimension of the bot must not exceed 20 cm x 25 cm x 30 cm.
    3. The bot may be wired or wireless as per convenience. Wired bots must have enough wire length for easy operation and to avoid entanglement with opponent's wires during the course of match. Wires should remain slack during the whole match. Wireless bots must be capable of working on at least two frequencies of operations to avoid interference.
    4. The potential difference between any two points should not exceed 12V at any point of time during the match.
    5. An A.C power source of 220 V, 50Hz will be provided at the site of event. Participating teams are expected to bring their own eliminators and extension cords as per requirements.
    6. A bot will be declared disqualified, if there is no movement for 30 seconds during the course of the match.
    7. No negative points shall be awarded for a throw of ball to the outside of the arena. Ball recovered will be added to the team's side which threw it outside.
    8. Organizers will not be responsible for any loss due to power fluctuations.
    9. The coordinators will have the final say and the participants will have to abide by the decisions taken by them.
    1. First Prize - Rs 7000
    2. Second Prize - Rs 5000
    3. Third Prize - Rs 3000

    (Total prize worth Rs 15000)

    Anit Diwakar

    Ph: +91-9031741117

    Ankit Gupta

    Ph: +91-9798688374

    Robo Soccer

    "You are born, you die, and in between you play soccer."

    Football is unconditional LOVE. Some people think it is matter of life and death but I can assure you it is much more than that. There’s only two times of year for a football fanatic: Football season, and waiting for Football season. So, plan the course of your path, and move forward to the goal of your life.

    Come, play, and let your BOT do the talking in the saga of ROBOSOCCER.

    PROBLEM STATEMENT


    Design a manually controlled mechanical bot, which can push or kick a medium sized ball. The prime motive of this game is to push or kick the ball in opponent’s goalpost and avoid the ball from going into yours. The bot with more goals will win the game.



    Bot Specification


    • The bot shall to be manually controlled and can be wired or wireless.
    • The potential difference between any two points should not exceed 12V.
    • Maximum size of the bot (at the starting) should not exceed 30cm X 30cm X 30cm.
    • Expansion of the bot during the match is not allowed (size of the bot must remain same during the match).
    • The bot should not have any mechanism which may harm the Arena, e.g. Fire, Harmful Chemicals, etc.
    • The bot should not have any picking mechanism.


    Arena





    Arena Specification


    • Ball diameter: 6-7 cm.
    • The ball may be of plastic or rubber.
    • Arena will be of 350cm X 250cm(outer) in size with chamfering done at 45® from 30cm from corners and arena will be completely surrounded by walls of 10 cm height.
    • There will be 2 goal posts, 1 on each side.
    • Dimension of each goal post will be 40cm width and 20cm height.
    • Arena will consist of two Ds in each half whose longer sides will be along the goal line (250cm).
    • There will be common D’s (inner and outer) on each side surrounding goal posts.
    • Outer D will be 120cm x 50cm
    • Inner D will be 60cm X 25cm.
    • Inner D consists of a penalty arc (outside it) with diameter of 15 cm.


    SCORING RULES:


    ROUND 1 (NORMAL ROUND):
    There will be 1 goal post on each side.
    Goals scored form outside of the outer D, outside the inner D and from the center half will be considered more valuable.

    ROUND 2- (JUMBO ROUND):
    There will be some bonus points on each goal.
    1. Each match will be of 4 min (Normal round) in two halves of 2 min each.
    2. There will be a gap of 60 seconds in between the two halves, in which teams can repair their bots in case of any damage.
    3. There will be a ‘JUMBO ROUND ‘of 1 min after a normal round.
    4. First kick of the match will be decided by a toss, the other team will automatically get the first kick in the second half.
    5. Picking and Holding of the ball is not allowed.
    6. The bot should not be in continuous contact with the ball for more than 3 sec, violation shall result as a foul.
    7. In case of an intentional push or attack to the opponent bot, the opponent would be awarded with a free kick. Further if it takes place inside the outer D it will result as a penalty kick.
    8. The bots cannot enter the Inner D, violation shall result is penalty kick to the opposition.
    9. If the ball stops inside the inner D the bot which has kicked it last, will get a free kick from the midpoint of the longer side of the outer D.
    10. In case of a free kick the other bot has to keep a minimum distance from the bot who is taking the free kick, distance will depend on the position from where free kick is taken.
    11. Free kick will take place at the point of foul.
    12. Penalty kick will take place from the penalty point which is located inside the penalty arc. Its distance from the goal post will be approximately 35cm.
    13. Any case of any unmentioned dispute the coordinator’s word shall be taken as final decision.
    1. First Prize - Rs 7000
    2. Second Prize - Rs 5000
    3. Third Prize - Rs 3000

    (Total prize worth Rs 15000)

    Saket Kumar Jha

    Ph: +91-9835241079

    Sanjay Kumar

    Ph: +91-8797441520

    Rohit Bindal

    Ph: +91-7209762458

    Shape Shifter

    DESIGN A MANUALLY CONTROLLED BOT THAT CAN CROSS DIFFERENT HURDLES AND CAN PERFORM CERTAIN TASKS.

    Problem Statement

    DESIGN A MANUALLY CONTROLLED BOT THAT CAN CROSS DIFFERENT HURDLES AND CAN PERFORM CERTAIN TASKS.

    Arena Specification


    1. There are 4 diversions and 4 U-turns in the entire arena and hurdle present in each.
    2. There is a wooden cube in first track, Bot has to pick the cube and move forward.
    3. In 2nd U turn there are some small hurdles and in 3rd U tern there is some space between crossings you have to fill it with cubes after which you can move further.
    4. There is a suspension bridge in the 3rd U-turn it will check your controlling capability.
    5. After crossing 4th U-turns bot has to use its mechanism of shapeshifting to drive the slider to complete the unfinished overpass and at last Bot has to perform a final task.
    6. As you know speed and controlling are two important factors in shapeshifter. So here you will get a small benefit of your controlling ability. In 2nd track there is a laser beam with its switch, the first team that will cross the beam can turn on the switch that will create an extra hurdle for the opponent. And he has to switch off the beam before crossing the beam.

    Hurdles



    1. Start point – Bot will start from here.



    2. Inclination of 30 degree will be there on both side..




    3. Pit: - Bot has to fill the pit with blocks provided & cross the hurdle. The inclination of this hurdle will be 25 degree.



    4. Inclination of this hurdle will be 10-15 degree. .Bot has to cross this hurdle.



    5. There is a laser beam with its switch, the first team that will cross the beam can turn on the switch that will create an extra hurdle for the opponent. And he has to switch off the beam before crossing the beam.



    6. Bot has to slide the bridge in order to complete bridge. Overall length of the slider will be 2.5 times of the bot size i.e. 75 cm. There will be two strips on which bot has to move further and cross the bridge the gap between the slider will be 22 cm, and the width of the string will be 4 cm each.



    7. In final task, the Bot has to play bowling game as described above.


    The above rules and specifications are only for the first round. They may Change in the next rounds but the problem statement will remain the same.


    Arena Views






    Power Supply

    1. An A.C. power supply of 230 V and 50 Hz will be provided. Participants can bring their power sources. Organisers are not responsible for any power malfunction.
    2. The power supply should not be more than 12V to Bot at any point during the match.

    Points

    1. The points of all hurdles and tasks will be revealed at the day of competition.

    Bot Specification

    1. The maximum Bot dimensions is 30x30x30 cm.
    2. The Bot should have specific mechanism to perform the task.
    1. Total prize worth Rs 19000
    2. First Prize - Rs 9000
    3. Second Prize - Rs 6000
    4. Third Prize - Rs 4000

    Ankit Shrivastava

    Ph: +91-9472706227

    Priyesh Mehta

    Ph: +91-9204682555

    Vivek

    Ph: +91-9472705977

    Sanjeev

    Ph: +91-7061 036 082

    Kurukshetra

    War doesn’t always tell who was right or who was wrong…
    It always gives the victor and the vanquished…
    It tells which fighter had the resolution to stay and hold on till the very end...
    It tells who best understood the battle field and used it to fullest advantage…
    It tells who is the fittest….
    ….. So let the fight begin…..

    Problem Statement


    The participating teams will have to design a bot with suitable mechanism which could fight and win the match. A bot will have following task to win the match:

    1. Make the opponent’s bot non-functional (A bot will be supposed to be non-functional when it will not show any movement for 30 seconds or unable to move due to any breakdown).

    2. Push the opponent’s bot out of the arena.


    ARENA:


    Top View:




    Isometric View:






    All dimensions are in mm.
    All slope are inclined at 45 degree to horizontal.


    Rules:-
    1. Fairness: The event should be driven by fairness. You are ‘Gracious Professionals’ .You are competing hard against PROBLEMS, while treating people with respect and kindness people from your own team, as well people from other teams. You build onto other people’s ideas instead of resisting or defeating them.
    2. There will be maximum 4 members in one team.
    3. Initially bots will be placed on their starting positions (safe houses).
    4. For the first 2 minutes and 30 seconds, both the bots will have to fight on the battle field of the arena.
    5. You will get 5 points if you make the opponent’s bot non-functional or if you push it out of the arena.
    6. Otherwise if you fight for 2 and half minutes than both the team will get 2 points only.
    7. After that, both the teams will have to cross the sand pit and push down the black block of respective zone for that bot will get 1 point.
    8. Then finally you have to push green block in the opponent’s zone.
    9. Team pushes green block in opponent’s zone will win and get 2 more points.
    10. These are the rules for league matches.
    11. In semi-final, top two teams get two chances to play final.
    12. Rules for finals are disclosed at last day or before semi-final.
    13. The block will be cubicle in shape & Maximum weight of the block will be 500 gram.
    14. At the start of the game if any part of the bot touches the ground, the bot will lose the game.
    15. A bot should not cut the main supply wire of the opponent’s bot.
    16. Any direct mechanical method will not be allowed to control the movements of the bot.
    17. An A.C power outlet of 230 volts, 50 Hz will be provided. Organizers are not responsible for any power fluctuations.
    18. Teams will be divided into various pools. Certain number of teams will go to the next round from each pool.
    19. Each team within a pool will fight against every other team in its pool.
    20. If two teams are on the same position in the point table (in their respective pools) .Then there will be a head fight as decided by the organizers.
    21. The coordinators will have the final say and the participants will have to abide by the decisions taken by them.


    Robot specifications:-
    1. Maximum weight of bot should not exceed 6 kg.
    2. Maximum dimension of the bot at the start of game will be 30cm x30cm x 30cm.
    3. You need to have a mechanism in your bot to fulfil the Rule-12.
    4. The potential difference between any two points should not exceed 18v at any point of time during the match.
    5. The bot can be wired or wireless. Wireless bots should have at least two models of frequency to avoid any frequency interference.
    6. The controlling wires should be bound into a single strip and should be long enough, it should not entangle with the opponent’s wires. The wires always remain slack throughout the competition.
    7. The participating teams are allowed to use any sort of weapons. The team ensure that the weapons are safe for the spectators and the arena. Any sort of chemicals or liquids should not be used. (Weapons involving fire or any kind that may damage the arena are not allowed). The coordinators have the right to disqualify the team with unsafe weapons.
    8. When a bot is placed on a horizontal surface then no part of the bot other than the wheels should touch the arena, at the start of the match.
    1. First Prize - Rs 10000
    2. Second Prize - Rs 7000
    3. Third Prize - Rs 5000

    (Total prize worth Rs 22000)

    Deepak Kumar

    Ph: +91-9431786028

    Ravi Kumar

    Ph: +91-8235394662

    Sonu

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    Autonomous

    "GET READY WITH YOUR AUTOBOTS !!"

    An autonomous robot performs tasks with high degree of autonomy. A fully autonomous robot can:


    • Gain information about the path.
    • Work for an extended period without human intervention.
    • Reach the DESTINATION from the SOURCE within stipulated period of time.
    • Avoid the longer paths and prefer shorter ones.

    The autobot has to complete the specified trajectory.

    PROBLEM STATEMENT:


    Design a bot capable of traversing through the given arena by detecting and following the given line.


    ROUND 1 : (PRELIMS)

    The autobot has to traverse the specified trajectory assigned to it.
    It consists of vertical, horizontal and curved lines.
    The autobot has to follow a white/black line.
    Based on the points secured top teams will qualify for the next round.

    ROUND 2 :(FINAL)

    Traverse the arena by following the line and taking the path.
    Arena consists of horizontal, vertical and curved lines.
    The bot has to follow the path different from the prelims round.
    The autobot has to follow a white/black line.
    Team with maximum points will be declared as the winner.

    SCORING:

    The basis of the judgement of this event is the points obtained while reaching the end point of the path. Team with maximum points will be declared winner.
    There will be total 3 checkpoints in the arena in the 2 nd round, each worth 50 points.
    Each hand touch will be penalized by 20 points.
    On completing the whole arena, points of 50 bonus point plus time bonus equal to 420 minus total bot run-time(in seconds) shall be awarded.

    ROUND 1:

    TOTAL SCORE: { time saving bonus:(240-time taken)*2}+bonus 50 points on reaching the destination}-20*number of hand-touch taken.

    ROUND 2:
    TOTAL SCORE: (number of checkpoints * 50) + (420 - time taken to Complete whole arena)*2 + bonus 50 points on reaching The destination}-20*number of hand-touch taken.

    Arena


    Round 1 (Sample)


    Round 2 (Sample)

    GENERAL RULES:


    1. Only one team will be allowed to enter the arena at a time.
    2. Only One autonomous bot per team is allowed.
    3. A Sample arena will be provided for testing the robot on the day of the event, on which the code and calibration can be done.
    4. After an allotted time on the sample arena, the robot will have to be submitted to the organizers, following which the final rounds will be held.
    5. No modifications to the robot will be allowed after submission of the robot.
    6. The final arena will be disclosed according to the below timeline, after which no submissions will be allowed.
    7. In case of any conflict or confusion, the judges’ decision will be final. Judges reserve the right to disqualify the teams using any unfair means during the competition.
    8. Any damage to the arena by the robot will lead to a disqualification.
    9. Rules may undergo some minor changes on the basis of decisions of the organizing committee. Please visit the site regularly in order to get the latest updates.
    10. A team will comprise of maximum 4 members which may or may not be of the same institute.

    GAME RULES:

    1. The robot has to start from the starting zone. The robot must operate by following the line only.
    2. In round_2, some alternate paths shall be made in between the straight path from start to end.
    3. Bot is needed to follow the path as efficiently as possible.
    4. There will be checkpoints along the arena, through which points will be awarded to the robot.
    5. If Hand-touch is required then the robot has to start from the previous checkpoint.
    6. Maximum 3 hand touches are allowed, after which the maximum score obtained till the third touch will be considered.
    7. Time shall be stopped when run is halted for a hand-touch.
    8. Maximum time limit given is 4 minutes for the first round and 7 minutes for the second round. Scores according to time is described in score section.
    9. The width of the path would be around 4-5cm.

    AUTOBOT SPECIFICATIONS:

    1. Maximum size of the bot should not exceed 20cm X 20cm X 20cm.
    2. There is no restriction on the microcontroller family. You can use any microcontroller like (AVR, PIC etc.).
    3. The controller can be of 8 or 16 bit only.
    4. The maximum power supply is +5v DC.
    5. The teams can use any kind of sensor for line following.
    1. First Prize - Rs 12000
    2. Second Prize - Rs 8000
    3. Third Prize - Rs 5000

    (Total prize worth Rs 25000)

    Saket Satyarthi

    Ph: +91-8507083580

    Rohit Kumar

    Ph: +91-8797937057

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