Srishti Competitions A. Electrical Sciences:

1. Robo Race

Robot Specifications:
    •  Contestants must design a robot, either wired or wireless, within specified dimensions.
    • Power supply will not be provided at the venue.
    • For wired bots, the length of the wire should be sufficient to cover the entire track, and the wire must remain slack throughout the run.
    • Maximum weight must not exceed 5 kg, and the size of the robot must be less than 30 x 30 x 30 cm, with a track width of 35 cm.
    • The robot must be powered electrically only. Use of IC engines is not allowed.
    • Batteries must be sealed, immobilized electrolyte type (gel cell, lithium, NiCad, or dry cells), and the electric voltage anywhere in the machine should not exceed 12 V DC at any point.

 General Rules:

    • Each team count consists of 4 members only, and students from same institutes can form a team.
    • Unethical behavior may lead to disqualification, and faculty coordinators have the final authority in any matter during the event.
    • The decision of the judges will be final and binding, and any argument with judges will result in disqualification.
    • Robots must adhere to given specifications and should not damage the arena.
    • Each team member must carry their identity card.
    • No test practice will be allowed in the arena.
    • Robots must not leave behind any parts during the run, or it will result in disqualification.
    • Certificates of Participation will be given to all teams, except those disqualified for disobeying competition rules.

Track Specification:

    • The track surface and course line may have unevenness.
    • Obstacles will be placed on the race track to challenge the robots and potentially slow them down.
Note: These rules and regulations are subject to change at the discretion of the event organizers.

 2. Maze Solver

 2.1 Maze Description:

    • Predefined circuit with varying difficulty levels.
    • Includes dead-ends, loops, twists, turns, and decision points.

2.2 Robot Design:

    • Autonomous robot design with electrical sensors for navigation.
    • Maximum dimensions and weight limits specified.

 2.3 Competition Procedure:

    • Robot starts from a designated point, navigates maze autonomously.
    • Can run manually or automatically.

 2.4. Scoring and Evaluation:

    •  Based on completion time.
    •  Penalties for touching maze walls or rule violations.

 2.5. Rules and Regulations:

    • Adherence to size, weight, and sensor requirements.
    • No damage to the maze allowed.
    • Judges’ decisions are final.

2.6. Safety Considerations:

    •  Ensure robot safety during operation.

 Note: Event organizers may adjust rules as needed.

Srishti Competitions B. Information Sciences track:

1. Codenza

  • Each team count should include 2 members and HackerRank accounts are mandatory.
  • Duration- 1:00 Hr
  • The programming language used for event will be C, C++ or Java

2. Multi-language Debugging

  • Team must consist of two members
  • Competition consists of 10 challenges altogether.
  • Challenge 1-5: are in debugging format. Participants may be given a code snippet with several errors. Debug and rewrite the entire code to obtain desired output.
  • Participants must answer at least 3 challenges to be eligible for scoring.
  • Challenge 6-10: are optional programming challenges. Participants may or may not attempt to answer these challenges.

3. Tech Quiz

  • Team must consist of 2 members
  • There will be two rounds: Prelims & Final Round
  • The decision of the quiz master will be final and will not be subjected to any change.
  • The contest will test the knowledge of teams in the field of Emerging Technologies in India.

Srishti Competitions C. Mechanical Sciences Track:

1. Engine assembly

a. Eligibility:
    • Only students are eligible to participate.
    • Teams must consist of two members.
    • Interdisciplinary teams are allowed from same institute.
b. Theme:
    • Participants will receive a printout of the 3D design with dimensions on-site.
c. Design Constraints:
    • Participants can use any CAD software of their choice (e.g., SolidWorks, Fusion 360, and AutoCAD).
    • The model’s dimensions must adhere to specified limits (length, width, and height).

  d. Submission Requirements:

    • Each team must submit their CAD model.
    • Participants must bring their own laptops with the necessary CAD software installed.
    • Only one design submission per team is allowed.

These rules ensure fair competition and provide clear guidelines for participation in the Engine Assembly CAD Design Competition.

2. CAD Man

a. Competition Format:

    • Submission-based competition.
    • Problem statement provided at the event start.
    • Transform given site dimensions or 2D line diagram into a 3D model with walkthrough.

 b. Drawing Specifications:

    • Draw specified views of the problem.
    • Include dimensioning on “A3” size sheets.

c. Software Usage:

    • Use any CAD software (e.g., Solidworks, Autodesk) of choice.

d. Submission Process:

    • Submission link provided during the event.

e. Time Limit:

    • Design must be completed within given time.

 f. Judging Criteria:

    • Judged on completeness, accuracy, line quality, dimensioning, neatness.

g. Task Complexity:

    • Solve various tasks with given drawings (e.g., floor plans, elevations).

 h. Provided Details:

    • Necessary task details given before the event starts.

i. Plagiarism Policy:

    • Any plagiarism leads to disqualification.

These rules ensure fairness and uphold standards in CAD modeling competition. 

3. BridgeIT

BridgeIT is a bridge construction competition in which participants have to exhibit their construction skills by designing a bridge that can withstand maximum load applied. This year participants have to build a Truss Bridge structure made of Popsicle sticks, and Fevicol that can withstand the maximum weight. 

Eligibility Criteria: UG or PG student of recognized college or school irrespective of specialization.

Rules of BridgeIT:

  • This competition is a bring-from-home competition. 
  • Team has to build the Bridge according to the specification given in Problem Statement.
  • Participate in teams of a maximum of 4 members, with at least one member should be majoring in Civil Engineering.
  • Individual participation is also allowed.
  • Organizers reserve the right to change any or all of the above rules as they deem fit.
  • Change in rules, if any, will be highlighted on the website and notified to the registered participants.

Important Dates:

Registration Start Date 15-April-2024
Registration end Date 16-May-2024
Date of intimation 15-May-2024
Event Date
24th May to 26th May2024
Fee for Registration: ₹300
  • ₹10,000 for Winner
  • ₹8,000 for 1st Runner up
  • ₹6,000 for 2nd Runner up

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