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									         “DETAILS OF ALL DEPARTMENT’s EVENTS”

A) COMPUTER/IT/MCA

                                           Crysis

               "F.E. & S.E. level C / C++ Programming Competition"

Description:

           Crysis is C / C++ Programming Competition held by Computer Engg. department
for F.E and S.E level students.

Rules & Rounds :

   •    On the spot entries are accepted.
   •    Teams should report half an hour before the event.
   •    Teams will be competing for top three spots.

Round I : Elimination Round

   1. Elimination Round will consist of MCQs to be solved within 20 minutes.
   2. Questions will be based on the C language.
   3. No negative marking.

Round II : Intermediate Round

   1. Two simple C problem statements will be given.
   2. Each team will have to solve at least one problem to be eligible for the final round.
   3. A maximum of 45 minutes will be provided to the participants to solve these
      problems.

Round III: Final Round

   1.   Three C problem statements will be given.
   2.   The teams solving the maximum number of problems win.
   3.   A maximum of two hours will be provided to the participants.
   4.   In case of a tie, a tie breaker will be decided on the spot.

Eligibility:

   •    Computer Engg./IT Students belonging to first and second year only.Other than
        Comp/IT i.e Diploma students and other branches also belongs to this level with valid
        institute ID cards.
Event Dates:

   •      17th & 18th March 2011

No. of group members:

   •      Maximum 2 members.

Entry Fees :-

   •      Rs. 50/- per team.(2 students per team) .

Student Co-Ordinator:

   •      Mr.Ganesh Borkar.              09762332134   E-mail ID :-
           gettoganesh@gmail.com
   •      Mr.Sumeet Kate.                09011902155   E-mail ID :-
           katesumeet@gmail.com

Staff Co-ordinator:

   •      Mr. Sunil D. Kale.             09921932670   E-mail ID :-
           kalesunild@gmail.com

Venue:

INNOVISION (A Building)
JSPM’s Rajarshi Shahu College of Engineering,
Sr. No. 80, Pune-Mumbai Bypass Highway,
Tathawade, PUNE – 411033 (MAHARASHTRA)




Note :-

   •      RULES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND WILL BE INFORMED TO ALL
          PARTICIPANTS WELL BEFORE TIME
   •      For any further queries please contact the event coordinators.
   •      Participation certificates will be presented to all participants.
                                              Crysis

                  "T.E. & B.E. level C / C++ Programming Competition"


Description / Problem Statement :

          Crysis is C / C++ Programming Competition held by Information Technology.
department for T.E and B.E level students.

Rule & Rounds:

Round 1: Elimination Round

   •   There are total 30 questions.
   •   All questions are of multiple choices on C and C++. In this round those participants
       who pass the first round are eligible for second round.

Round 2: Final Round

   •   In this round the participants have to execute 3 programs in C or C++ language.
   •   Out of 3 programs at least 2 programs must give the desired output without any
       warnings.

Eligibility:

   •   Computer Engg./IT Students belonging to third and last year(i.e BE) only. Other than
       Comp/IT i.e MCA or any post graduation student belonging to Computer/IT field also
       belongs to this level with valid institute ID cards.

Event Dates:

   •   17th & 18th March 2011

No. of group members:

   •   Individual entry

Entry Fees :-

   •   Rs. 50/-

Student Co-Ordinator:

   •   Onkar Getam            9970512670
   •   Poonam kasabe          8087910390
Staff Co-ordinator:

   •      Mrs.G.S.Mate           9822333970



Venue:

INNOVISION (A building 1st floor Network lab and Multimedia Lab)
JSPM’s Rajarshi Shahu College of Engineering,
Sr. No. 80, Pune-Mumbai Bypass Highway,
Tathawade, PUNE – 411033 (MAHARASHTRA)



Note :-

   •      RULES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND WILL BE INFORMED TO ALL
          PARTICIPANTS WELL BEFORE TIME
   •      For any further queries please contact the event coordinators.
   •      Participation certificates will be presented to all participants.




                                         Brainovision

                 "Paper Presentation for Computer Engg.,IT,MCA "


Description :

Brainovision is a Paper Presentation event held by Computer Engg. department.

Rules and Regulations:

   •      The paper format must be as per IEEE format.

General Rules :


   •      Last date for submission of papers is 10-03-2011.
   •      No travelling allowance, daily allowance will be provided.
   •      Accommodation for outsiders will be provided by our institute.
   •      Selected papers must be presented in front of Judges with Microsoft Power Point in
          2007 or 2003 and their decision will be final.
   •      The presentation should be carried either on CD or Pen drive.
   •      Two hard copies of paper should be submitted on 14/03/2011.
   •   12+3 minutes will be provided for each team to present their paper.
   •   Teams should report half an hour before the event.

  *** Paper should be sent through e- mail to brainovision11@gmail.com



Presentation Topics for BRAINOVISION

   •   Green IT concepts and challenges.
   •   Open Source Technology.
   •   Mobile Computing
   •   Genetic and Evolutionary Algorithm.
   •   Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining
   •   Artificial Intelligence and Neural Networks.

Eligibility:

   •   Open to all students with valid I-cards.

Important Dates:

   •   Last date for registration:                              05/03/2011
   •   Last Date for Paper submission:                          10/03/2011
   •   Date of intimation of selected candidate by email/SMS. :     14/03/2011

No. of group member

   •   Maximum 3 members.

Entry Fee Structure:

   •   Registration fees = Rs 50
   •   After selection of paper= Rs 150 (per team)

Total Fees := Rs 200/-

Student Co-ordinator:

   •   Mr. Nitish Natu        09860058195 E-mail Id :-               natunitish@gmail.com
   •   Mr. Prathamesh Patil    08087606185 E-mail Id :-
            prathamesh228@gmail.com

Staff Co-ordinator:

   •   Mrs. K.P.Moholkar       09960092262            E-mail Id :-
            kavita_moholkar@yahoo.com
Venue:

INNOVISION (A Building)

JSPM’s Rajarshi Shahu College of Engineering,
Sr. No. 80, Pune-Mumbai Bypass Highway,
Tathawade, PUNE – 411033 (MAHARASHTRA)



Note :-

   •      RULES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND WILL BE INFORMED TO ALL
          PARTICIPANTS WELL BEFORE TIME
   •      For any further queries please contact the event coordinators.
   •      Participation certificates will be presented to all participants.



                                    RekhAnvikshak

                 LINE FOLLOWER ROBOT COMPETITION

Description:

           Line follower is robotics event held by Computer Engg. department where each
competitor's robot should follow the line on given arena.



General Rules & Regulations :

   1. Team should report with their bots before 10.00 AM.
   2. Robots may not leave any trail, markings or damage the track surface in any way
      otherwise team will be disqualified.
   3. Organizer or organizing institute will not be responsible for damage to the
      participant’s bot (if any).
   4. Judges reserve all the rights to change the rules at any moment of competition.
   5. Judges reserve all the rights to disqualify the team for their misbehaviour.
   6. Changes will be notified to the participant.
   7. The decision of judge will be final. No arguments will be entertained especially
      about lighting.
Round 1: Elimination Round (Day 1)

           1. The total time given for each bot to complete the track is maximum 5
              minutes.
           2. 2 minutes will be given for calibration and testing on actual arena before the
              round.
           3. Only 1 attempt will be given for the round.
           4. There will be 2 laps for the round.
           5. The qualification is based on time taken by bot to complete two laps of the
              track.
           6. Bot has to complete the track without skipping any part of the track otherwise
              it will be placed at previous checkpoint.
           7. On each hand touch, bot should start from previous checkpoint.
           8. Any numbers of hand touches are allowed.
           9. No penalty for hand touch.

Round 2: Final Round (Day 2)

           1. The total time given for each bot to complete the track is maximum
              5minutes.
           2. 2 minutes will be given for calibration and testing on actual arena before the
              round.
           3. Only 1 attempt will be given for the round.
           4. There will be 2 laps for the round.
           5. The qualification is based on time taken by bot to complete two laps of the
              track.
           6. Bot has to complete the track without skipping any part of the track otherwise
              it will be placed at previous checkpoint.
           7. On each hand touch, bot should start from previous checkpoint.
           8. Only 5 hand touches are allowed. If further more hand touch is needed,
              then team will be disqualified.
           9. There will be 5 seconds penalty for each hand touch.

Winning Criteria:

   •    Winning criteria for each round will be time based.
   •    Depending upon the qualifying criteria top teams from the 1st round will advance to
        the 2nd round.
   •    The qualifying criteria will depend upon the performance of the other teams.



Robot Specifications:

   1. The robot should be fit into 25cm * 25cm square.
   2. The robot cannot expand beyond these dimensions at any time during the event.
   3. There is no weight restriction.
   4. A robot may not alter its physical dimensions during a run, unless such alteration does
      not affect it eligibility for this contest.
   5. It may not split into multiple robots during a run or leave behind markers of any kind.
   6. Bot should contain on board batteries.
   7. The bot should be fully autonomous. There should not be any external interference.
   8. Voltage applied to the bot should not exceed 15 V. in between two points.

If any of above rule is not satisfied by the bot, the team will be disqualified.

Arena Image :-

   •   Click Here to View Arena




***There may be changes in given arena. Final arena will be displayed one week before the
event.

Arena Specification:

   1. The arena will contain white lines with black surface.
   2. Surface of the arena will be painted with black matte paint (colour may vary in
      shades).
   3. The thickness of the white line will be 3 cm. (Tolerance may be of 2 mm.)
   4. Track will consist of smooth curves and obtuse angles for elimination round.
   5. Track will be different for final round which will consist of right angles and acute
      angles (>70 degree) along with smooth curves and obtuse angles.
   6. There will be 5 checkpoints for both elimination and final round.
   7. A test track will be provided with same lighting conditions.



Eligibility:

   •   Open to all students with valid I-cards.

Event Dates:

   •   17th & 18th March 2011
Team Specification:

   1.     There should be maximum 4 members per team.
   2.     One team allowed participating with only one bot.
   3.     No two teams should have common bot.
   4.     Team members can be from different Engineering Institutes.
   5.     Team members should come with their Identity Cards.

Entry Fee Structure:

   •      Registration fees = Rs 200(per group)

Student Co-Ordinator:

   •      Mr.Sohan Pathak.          09096048825       E-mail ID :- pathaksohan@gmail.com
   •      Mr.Dhiraj gophane.        09021066710       E-mail ID :- dhiraj8556@gmail.com

Staff Co-ordinator:

   •      Prof. M. B. Salunke       09763722206       E-mail ID :- msalunke@gmail.com
   •      Prof. S.B Thakare         09763722178       E-mail ID :- mail2sbt@gmail.com



Venue:

INNOVISION (B Building)

JSPM’s Rajarshi Shahu College of Engineering,
Sr. No. 80, Pune-Mumbai Bypass Highway,
Tathawade, PUNE – 411033 (MAHARASHTRA)




Note :-

   •      RULES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND WILL BE INFORMED TO ALL
          PARTICIPANTS WELL BEFORE TIME
   •      For any further queries please contact the event coordinators.
   •      Participation certificates will be presented to all participants.
                             NETWORK TREASURE HUNT

Description:

            Apply all the knowledge you have and win this fun network-based game.Initially,
you will be given an access to a computer. You will have to solve a puzzle or answer a
question so as to get the machine number and password of another machine. For each wrong
answer, you will be penalized by some amount of time. The team that solves maximum
questions in minimum time is the winner.



Rules & Rounds:

   •   Each team can comprise of maximum 2 participants.
   •   There will be 2 rounds. First is elimination round and second round will be final round.
       Depending on the entries, number of candidate will be selected for the final round.
   •   To reach to the destination computer, each team will have to solve a puzzle, answer a
       question or complete some task.
   •   The time limit of the game will be announced on the spot.
   •   On the spot registration is allowed.


Eligibility:

   •   Open to all students with valid I-cards.

Event Dates:

   •   17th & 18th March 2011

Team Specification:

   •   Maximum 2 members.

Entry Fee Structure:

   •   Registration fees = Rs 60(per group)

Student Co-Ordinator:

   •   Mr.Keshav Gavali          09049639069         E-mail ID :- gettokeshav@gmail.com
   •   Mr.Pradip Khutwad.        09850303441         E-mail ID :- pradipkhutwad07@gmail.com

Staff Co-ordinator:

   •   Ms. Seema Shabadi-         09970321345         E-mail ID :- shabadiseema@yahoo.com
Venue:

INNOVISION (A Building)

JSPM’s Rajarshi Shahu College of Engineering,
Sr. No. 80, Pune-Mumbai Bypass Highway,
Tathawade, PUNE – 411033 (MAHARASHTRA)



Note :-

   •      RULES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND WILL BE INFORMED TO ALL
          PARTICIPANTS WELL BEFORE TIME
   •      For any further queries please contact the event coordinators.
   •      Participation certificates will be presented to all participants.




                            Black Out (Blind Coding)
            "C / C++ Programming Competition with screen switched off”

Description :

          Black out or blind coding is a C/C++ programming competition held under
Computer Engg. department where competitors need to do the program by switching off
monitors.

Rules & Rounds :

   •      On the spot entries are accepted.
   •      Teams should report half an hour before the event.
   •      Teams will be competing for the top 2/3 spots depending on entries.




Round I : Elimination Round

   1.     A simple c- code will be provided with some syntax errors.
   2.     Participants have to correct the errors and write the code in Turbo-C
   3.     Time of 10 minutes will be given.
   4.     After 10 minutes screens will be switched on One minute check the errors after finishing.
   5.     Two Teams from each batch with lowest time and minimum errors will be selected for next
          rounds.
Round II : Intermediate Round

   1.   A c- code will be provided with some syntax errors.
   2.   Participants have to correct the errors and write the code in Turbo-C.
   3.   Time of 30 minutes will be given.
   4.   No code will be provided to check the errors.
   5.   Teams with lowest time and lowest errors will be selected for next rounds.

Round III: Final Round

   1.   Only problem statement will be provided.
   2.   Participants write the code in Turbo-C.
   3.   Time of 1 hour will be given to each team.
   4.   1 minute will be provided to check the errors after finishing.
   5.   Teams will be selected on lowest time and minimum errors

***In case of TIE in 2nd and 3rd round :

   •    A simple code will be given for the teams and team solving the problem in minimum time
        will be qualified.

Eligibility:

   •    Open to all students with valid I-cards.

Event Dates:

   •    17th & 18th March 2011

No. of group members:

   •    Maximum 2 members.

Entry Fee Structure:

   •    Registration fees = Rs 50(per group)

Student Co-Ordinator:

   •    Mr.Hrushikesh R. Kalburgi   09021720066           E-mail ID :-
         hrushikesh.kalburgi@gmail.com
   •    Mr.Kaustubh Deshmukh        09021483939           E-mail ID :-
         kaustubh.deshmukh27@gmail.com

Staff Co-ordinator:

   •    Mrs V.S.Kulkarni            09850959162        E-mail ID :- vjoshi79@yahoo.co.in
Venue:

INNOVISION (A Building)
JSPM’s Rajarshi Shahu College of Engineering,
Sr. No. 80, Pune-Mumbai Bypass Highway,
Tathawade, PUNE – 411033 (MAHARASHTRA)



Note :-

   •      RULES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND WILL BE INFORMED TO ALL
          PARTICIPANTS WELL BEFORE TIME
   •      For any further queries please contact the event coordinators.
   •      Participation certificates will be presented to all participants.




                                      APTITUDE CRACKER

Description / Problem Statement:

             Mock placement drive consisting of aptitude test,group discussion,personal
interview.

Rule & Rounds:

   •      Problem sheets will be distributed to the participants containing 50 questions.
   •      Time limit 60 min.
   •      Participants will be provided with pens, rough sheets.
   •      Participants are not allowed to carry any calculators and requested to switch off their cell
          phones.
   •      Regular Time update.
   •      Results will be declared after 30 min of each session.
   •      Every participant is requested to report at the venue 15 min prior to their allotted time slot.
   •      Short listed participants should report for the further rounds.

Rounds:

   •      Round 1: Aptitude test
   •      Round 2: Group discussion
   •      Round 3: Personal Interview

Eligibility:

   •      Open to all students with valid I-cards.
Event Dates:

   •      17th & 18th March 2011

No. of group members:

   •      Individual entry

Entry Fees :-

   •      Rs. 50/-

Student Co-Ordinator:

   •      Neha Hotgi               9970098053
   •      R. Bhavana Laxmi          9325216975

Staff Co-ordinator:

   •      Mrs.M.P.Deshmukh            9764002434




Venue:

INNOVISION (‘C’ Building Auditorium )
JSPM’s Rajarshi Shahu College of Engineering,
Sr. No. 80, Pune-Mumbai Bypass Highway,
Tathawade, PUNE – 411033 (MAHARASHTRA)



Note :-

   •      RULES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND WILL BE INFORMED TO ALL
          PARTICIPANTS WELL BEFORE TIME
   •      For any further queries please contact the event coordinators.
   •      Participation certificates will be presented to all participants.
                                        SUDOKU


Description:

         Sudoku is a logical game held by IT. department.



Rule & Rounds:

   •   Problem sheets will be distributed to the participants.
   •   Time limit 30 min.
   •   Participants will be provided with Pencils, erasers etc.
   •   Answers of the problems will be displayed outside the hall.
   •   All participants are requested to be present outside the hall 15 mins before their time
       slot.

Eligibility:

   •   Open to all students with valid I-cards.

Event Dates:

   •   17th & 18th March 2011

No. of group members:

   •   Individual entry

Entry Fees :-

   •   Rs. 30/-(PER PLAYER)

Student Co-Ordinator:

   •   Meghna Hulsure                9545867403.
   •   Trushal Bhopatrao             9970957712.

Staff Co-ordinator:

   •   Mrs. A.R.Zade                 9763728089
Venue:

INNOVISION (‘A’ Building (A-215))
JSPM’s Rajarshi Shahu College of Engineering,
Sr. No. 80, Pune-Mumbai Bypass Highway,
Tathawade, PUNE – 411033 (MAHARASHTRA)



Note :-

   •      RULES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND WILL BE INFORMED TO ALL
          PARTICIPANTS WELL BEFORE TIME
   •      For any further queries please contact the event coordinators.
   •      Participation certificates will be presented to all participants.




                                            BOX CRICKET

Description:

            Box cricket is a game held by IT. department.



Rule & Rounds:

   •      Each team consists 5 players.
   •      Number of overs will be 5 including 1 powerplay over.
   •      Umpire’s decision will be the final decision.
   •      All other rules regarding the ground conditions will be explained on the spot.
   •      One player can play from only one team.
   •      The matches will be knockout matches.
   •      The no. of rounds will be decided according to no. of teams.

Eligibility:

   •      Open to all students with valid I-cards.

Event Dates:

   •      17th & 18th March 2011

No. of group members:

   •      5 players Per team.
Entry Fees :-

   •      Rs.200/- per team

Student Co-Ordinator:

   •      Sushant Pokale        9689116017
   •      Saurabh Gundecha       9420027874

Staff Co-ordinator:

   •      Mr.A.R.Banubakode        9890590333



Venue:

INNOVISION (A1 building.)
JSPM’s Rajarshi Shahu College of Engineering,
Sr. No. 80, Pune-Mumbai Bypass Highway,
Tathawade, PUNE – 411033 (MAHARASHTRA)



Note :-

   •      RULES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND WILL BE INFORMED TO ALL
          PARTICIPANTS WELL BEFORE TIME
   •      For any further queries please contact the event coordinators.




                                              NFS



Description:

            NFS is a gaming event held by IT department



Rule & Rounds:

   •      4 individual players play at a time.
   •      Knockout round matches will be there.
   •      The final consists of 3 rounds.
   •      Report 15mins prior to the match.
Eligibility:

   •      Open to all students with valid I-cards.

Event Dates:

   •      17th & 18th March 2011

No. of group members:

   •      Individual entry

Entry Fees :-

   •      Rs.50/- Per player

Student Co-Ordinator:

   •      Sandesh Salunke:               9960898775
   •      Prashant Ubale:                9764958245

Staff Co-ordinator:

   •      Mrs.D.T.Salunkhe              9970639419



Venue:

INNOVISION (Linux lab A Building 1st floor)
JSPM’s Rajarshi Shahu College of Engineering,
Sr. No. 80, Pune-Mumbai Bypass Highway,
Tathawade, PUNE – 411033 (MAHARASHTRA)




Note :-

   •      RULES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND WILL BE INFORMED TO ALL
          PARTICIPANTS WELL BEFORE TIME
   •      For any further queries please contact the event coordinators.
                                            FIFA

Description:

          FIFA is a game event held by IT. department.

Rule & Rounds:

   •   Individual Entry.
   •   Default 6 min a half.
   •   No ‘RE-MATCH’ will be allowed
   •   Knockout matches.
   •   Report 15mins prior to the match.

Eligibility:

   •   Open to all students with valid I-cards.

Event Dates:

   •   17th & 18th March 2011

No. of group members:

   •   Individual Entry .

Entry Fees :-

   •   Rs.50/- Per player

Student Co-Ordinator:

   •   Shriraj Vitkar                 9970842396
   •   Sushrut Karmudi                9922112728

Staff Co-ordinator:

   •   Mrs.A.J.Jadhav                 9922220086

Venue:

INNOVISION (‘A’ Building Linux Lab (A-211) )
JSPM’s Rajarshi Shahu College of Engineering,
Sr. No. 80, Pune-Mumbai Bypass Highway,
Tathawade, PUNE – 411033 (MAHARASHTRA)
Note :-

   •      RULES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND WILL BE INFORMED TO ALL
          PARTICIPANTS WELL BEFORE TIME
   •      For any further queries please contact the event coordinators.




                                         Counter STRIKE

Description:

            Counter strike is a game event held by IT. department.

Rule & Rounds:

   •      1 team should consist of 4 players each.
   •      If team of 4 is incomplete, participants will be clubbed with other players.
   •      Participants can bring their own accessories.
             (E.g. keyboard, headsets, mouse)
   •      All maps and freeze time etc. will be decided by the co-ordinators on spot.
   •      Abusing / Any sort of violent behavior will not be tolerated, the team will be disqualified.
   •      Participants should report 15 min before their round.
   •      Co-ordinators decision will be final and liable for all.

Eligibility:

   •      Open to all students with valid I-cards.

Event Dates:

   •      17th & 18th March 2011

No. of group members:

   •      4 Players per team.

Entry Fees :-

   •      Rs.200/- per clan (max 4)

Student Co-Ordinator:

   •      Ashish Dhandar                9975401029
   •      Shoeb Dhalait                 9970338889

Staff Co-ordinator:

   •      Mr.V.V.Dakhode                     9552592976
Venue:

INNOVISION (A building Software lab 1st floor)
JSPM’s Rajarshi Shahu College of Engineering,
Sr. No. 80, Pune-Mumbai Bypass Highway,
Tathawade, PUNE – 411033 (MAHARASHTRA)



Note :-

   •      RULES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND WILL BE INFORMED TO ALL
          PARTICIPANTS WELL BEFORE TIME
   •      For any further queries please contact the event coordinators.



                     BIOSCOPE -Movie Making COMPETITION

Description:

            BIOSCOPE is a movie making event held by MCA department



Themes for Bioscope -

   •      Youth Power: Say no to corruption

Rules & Regulations:

   •      Candidate have to prepare movie of max 10 min. using the windows movie maker at
          event venue on themes below
   •      Candidates have to come up with their own soft material for movie such as images,
          pictures, flash frames, audio and video clips and data.
   •       Internet facility is provided

Eligibility:

   •      Open to all students with valid I-cards.

Event Dates:

   •      17th & 18th March 2011
No. of group members:

   •      Maximum 4 members.

Entry Fee Structure:

   •      Registration fees = Rs 200/-

Dates of Events:

   •      Last date for registration:    17/03/2011
   •      Movie preparation:             17/03/2011
   •      Movie Presentation :           18/03/2011

Student Co-Ordinator:

             Mr. Dinesh Badgujar (8600115455)              Mr. Tejas Bhor .
             Ms. Madhavi Katore.                           Mr. Sagar Kodgire .
             Ms. Akansha Bavre.                            Ms. Hemangi Prabhu .

Staff Co-ordinator:

   •      Prof. Ravi P. Patki              (9766316241)
   •      Prof. Deepak Kadve                (9763224106)


Venue:

INNOVISION ( MCA Lab )
JSPM’s Rajarshi Shahu College of Engineering,
Sr. No. 80, Pune-Mumbai Bypass Highway,
Tathawade, PUNE – 411033 (MAHARASHTRA)



Note :-

   •      RULES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND WILL BE INFORMED TO ALL
          PARTICIPANTS WELL BEFORE TIME
   •      For any further queries please contact the event coordinators.
   •      Participation certificates will be presented to all participants.
                             WEB DESIGNING COMPETITION

Description:

          Web Designing is a website development competition held by MCA department

Themes for Web designing -

   •    Youth Power: Say no to corruption

Rules & Regulations:

   •    Use of template is not allowed
   •    Participants will not be allowed to use their own laptops and pendrives.
   •    Internet connection is provided only for image downloads.
   •    Participants bring their college I-card.
   •    Participants bring the registration receipt.
   •    If the participant break any of the rule they will be disqualified.
   •    Decision of the judges will be final.
   •    The organizer reserves the right to update add or remove any rule.

Eligibility:

   •    Open to all students with valid I-cards.

Event Dates:

   •    Last date for registration:    17/03/2011
   •    Website preparation:          17/03/2011
   •    Website Presentation :        18/03/2011

No. of group members:

       Maximum 2 members.

Entry Fee Structure:

   •    Registration fees = Rs.150 per group.


Student Co-ordinator:

           Mr. Abhinav Wase (9890264049)                           Mr. Kewal Sarode .
           Mr. Youraj Jadhav                                       Ms. Vidya Ghate .
           Mr. Nitish Nanavare .                                   Ms. Madhvi Gayakwad .

Staff Co-ordinator:

   Prof. Abhijeet Kulkarni (9604787197)
   Prof. Priyanka Karegaonkar (9890777793)
Venue:

INNOVISION ( MCA Lab )

JSPM’s Rajarshi Shahu College of Engineering,
Sr. No. 80, Pune-Mumbai Bypass Highway,
Tathawade, PUNE – 411033 (MAHARASHTRA)



Note :-

   •      RULES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND WILL BE INFORMED TO ALL
          PARTICIPANTS WELL BEFORE TIME
   •      For any further queries please contact the event coordinators.
   •      Participation certificates will be presented to all participants.
B)MECH/PROD.

                                           SECTOR 7

                                            Robotics

Problem statement:

               Teams need to build a manually controlled robot which will race, perform the
given task and face a battle against the opponent in final round.

Rules & Regulations:

   •   Teams will be competing for the top three spots.
   •   Reporting time will be 9:00AM.
   •   Spot entries will be allowed with the special entry fee of Rs.250 /- one hour before
       beginning of the first round.
   •   Vehicle dimensions at the start must be maximum 30cm x 30cm x 30cm.
   •   Maximum weight : 3 kg (in case of WAR)
   •   No reporting as well as entries will be permitted after the first round.
   •   The vehicle must remain intact throughout the competition.
   •   Only one machine will be allowed per team throughout the competition.
   •   No change in team (participants, machine name etc.) will be permitted.
   •   Only wired vehicles with DC Power Supply are allowed.
   •   DC Power Supply of a maximum 24V-2A (variable) will be provided.
   •   A team may have their own DC Power Supply.
   •   Use of dangerous chemicals, sharp, inflammable materials etc. is strictly prohibited.

Arena specifications:

   •   Track width: 35cm
   •   An obstacle with tilted portion with inclination of 15 degrees.
   •   All the slopes will not exceed 20 degrees.
   •   Tunnel with a slot for wire at centre of track.
   •   Rotating pipe of 10 rpm.
   •   Bot washer with slit of 5cm at center.
   •   Ball dimension:8cm diameter
   •   Hole dimension:10cm diameter

Track Rules :

   •   Three hand touches are allowed between any of the two checkpoints. The bot will be placed
       to the previous checkpoint attained, in case of hand touch.
   •   The participant is allowed to skip a maximum of one obstacle only in second round. In such a
       case, a time penalty of +5 seconds will be added to the final time.
   •   Damage to the arena or the track will result in immediate disqualification of the
       participant(s).
   •   The decision(s) of the organizers will be final and binding.
   •   Organizers’ reserve rights to disqualify any team for their misbehaviour.
   •   Multiple entries and re-entries will be decided by organizers.
   •   The organizing committee reserves rights to change the rules at any time and changes will
       be notified to the participants at that time.




ROUND 1 : Elimination Round

   •   Each team will get 2 minutes for practice.
   •   Teams will race their bots to record fastest time by completing their track run from start to
       finish to qualify for the next round.
   •   The winner will be one who completes the whole track with best time i.e. minimum possible
       time.
   •   Top 32 teams will qualify for next round.

ROUND 2: Intermediate Round

   •   Teams will perform the given task of potting the ball inside the hole.
   •   Teams with fastest timing will proceed to next round.

ROUND 3: Final Round

   •   Teams will battle their opponent’s bot and try pushing it outside the arena.
   •   Final round will have 3 rounds of 3 min each.
   •   Winner will be decided on the basis of points.

Images:

   •   Click Here to View Top View
   •   Click Here to View Side View




   •   Click Here to View 3D View




Eligibility:

   •   Open to all students with valid I-cards.

Event Dates:

   •   17th & 18th March 2011
Team Specification:

   •      Maximum 4 members per team. (May be from different disciplines & institutes).

Entry Fees :-

   •      Event Registration fee: Rs 200/-
   •      Spot Registration fee: Rs 250/-

Student Co-Ordinator:

   •      Rohit Singh          9021099115                  Email
          id: rohitsingh_212000@yahoo.co.in
   •      Akshay Malekar         9890460848
   •      Aashish Jain          8087453984                 Email id:   ashishrj239@gmail.com




Staff Co-ordinator:

   •      Prof. A.M. Malge.

Venue:

INNOVISION (Blossoms School Ground)
JSPM’s Rajarshi Shahu College of Engineering,
Sr. No. 80, Pune-Mumbai Bypass Highway,
Tathawade, PUNE – 411033 (MAHARASHTRA)




Note :-

   •      RULES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND WILL BE INFORMED TO ALL
          PARTICIPANTS WELL BEFORE TIME
   •      For any further queries please contact the event coordinators.
   •      Participation certificates will be presented to all participants.
                               Burnout –IC Engine Racing

Description:

          Burnout is a robo racing event held by Mechanical department.

Problem statement:

          Make a wireless remote controlled machine, powered by only an IC engine, which
can race with other opponents on an off-road dirt track with many obstacles.

Rules & Regulations :



General Rules:

   •   The teams may obtain a time slot for practice before first round of the game. The number of
       practice slots will be limited and the slots will be given on a first come first served basis. The
       teams will get to use the track only during the time of their practice slot. Any requests for
       using the track at any other time will not be entertained.
   •   Any team that is not ready at the time specified will be eliminated from the competition
       automatically.
   •   The teams must adhere to the spirit of healthy competition. The teams must not damage the
       opponent's machine in any way. Judges reserve the right to disqualify any team indulged in
       misbehavior.
   •   The name of your machine should be prominently displayed on the machine.
   •   Judges decision shall be treated as final and binding on all.
   •   The organizers reserve the rights to change any or all of the above rules as they deem fit.
       Change in rules, if any will be highlighted on the website and notified to the registered
       participants.

***On the spot entries are accepted.

***No limitation for remote.

Game Rules

   •   The track will have check points at regular intervals. If a machine tumbles, or halts, or goes
       off the arena at any point on the track, one of the team members is allowed to lift it up and
       place it at the nearest checkpoint behind that point. The time shall still be running in the
       meantime.
   •   If any of the machines starts off before the flag is waved, the counter would be restarted
       and the machines will get a second chance. However, if any machine starts off before the
       waving of flag (or countdown) for a second time, it will be disqualified. No re-match will be
       held for the second time.
   •   Team members are not permitted to touch either their machines or those of their
       opponents once the race begins (unless there is need to lift the machine as stated in fifth
       point). The penalty for doing so is disqualification.
   •   In the qualification round there will be maximum two team members allowed from a team
       in the racing arena while in the final round only one of the team member will be in the
       racing arena except the controller on the stand.
   •   The machines are not allowed to leave any loose parts on any part of the arena. Any
       machine disintegrating during the race will be disqualified.
   •   Teams are not allowed to purposefully damage the machine of the opponent's team. If
       found doing so on track (while racing), the concerned team will be disqualified. Execution of
       last three rules will be subjective and relies completely on judges' discretion.




Round I : Elimination Round

   •   There will be a qualifying session with each team getting 2 laps out of which the faster lap
       will be considered. Note that these laps will have to be taken successively.
   •   The top teams from the qualifying rounds will make it to the second round.

Round II : Intermediate Round

   •   After the qualifying round there will be races with multiple cars racing at a time. So the
       participants must use remote with frequency of band spectrum 2.4 GHz.
   •   Teams will be paired up against each other in knock-out matches on a random basis.

Round III: Final Round

   •   In the Semi-finals two teams will race alongside each other for a place in the finals.
   •   In the finals the finalists will race for the 1st place with the rules remaining the same.




Machine Specifications

   •   Machine should fit in a box of dimensions 800 mm x 600 mm x 600 mm at any moment of
       time during the race. The external device which is used to control the machine is not
       included in the size constraint.
   •   The machine should be controlled by a wireless remote control mechanism throughout the
       race.
   •   The machine must not be made from Lego parts, or any ready-made assembly kits other
       than the parts mentioned below. Readily available chassis layouts are not allowed. Any
       machine found having a readymade chassis will be disqualified.
   •   The machine may be roughly classified into structural and functional parts:
       Functional parts - Gears, differential gear, engine, springs, shock absorbers, servo motors
       (non-propulsion purposes only), batteries, wheels, wheel hub are allowed to be used as
       available in the market.
       Structural parts - Chassis, steering mechanism have to be built by the participants
       themselves.
       Judging for the same will be strict and the participant will be immediately disqualified if any
       of the above structural components are found to be ready made.
   •   The tires used must have a minimum diameter of 3 inch. You are advised to use tyres of
       good width for better performance on dirt tracks.
   •   Brake Mechanism: It is compulsory to incorporate braking mechanism in the car. Participants
       have to fabricate the brake pad as a part of the braking mechanism. Any other part used in
       braking mechanism (including the brake disk) can be readymade.
   •   Wheel Hub: Any part rigidly attached to the wheel hub will be considered as a part of it and
       hence can be ready-made.
       Steering Mechanism: Any part which is connected to steering rod rigidly i.e. has no degrees
       of freedom with respect to steering rod (example: heim joint
       http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heim_joint) will be considered as part of steering rod and thus
       has to be fabricated by participants.
       Suspension mechanism: Any part rigidly connected to suspension arms or one with no
       degrees of freedom with respect to suspension arm will be considered as its part and has to
       be fabricated by the participants, except the upper suspension arm. For example both the
       heim joint (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rod_end_bearing-see this for more information)
       for the upper suspension arm and the stud rigidly connected to the wheel hub can be
       bought from the market.
   •   If there are parts used in the concerned joint which are neither rigidly connected with
       suspension or the hub, steering system or hub; they can be used readymade from the
       market.
   •   The above pictures are just sample pictures for you to understand the rules easily.




Propulsion & Steering

   •   The machine must use only mechanical power generated by an internal combustion (IC)
       engine for propulsion. Only one IC engine should be used in the machine. Use of any other
       sources such as chemicals, compressed gas, rockets etc. is not allowed.
   •   Any machine which uses DC Motors for propulsion will be disqualified. However DC motors
       and servos can be used for steering mechanisms or any other control mechanisms apart
       from propulsion.
   •   The machine must have an on-board power supply to run any mechanism requiring electric
       power.
   •   The maximum allowed capacity of IC engine to be used is 3.6 cc (i.e. Participants can also use
       2.5 cc, 3 cc, 3.5 cc or any other IC engine lower in capacity).
   •   The electric voltage anywhere in the machine should not exceed 12V at any point of time.
   •   There shall be a countdown preceding the start of the race. No participant is allowed to
       touch the machine during the countdown period.
   •   Providing a clutch mechanism between the engine and the wheel would prove useful, as it
       would prevent the engine from dying out at any stage of the race.
   •   Participants are advised to use a proper cooling mechanism to prevent overheating of the
       engine.
   •   Participants are advised to use sway bars for better control and stability.
   •   The participants are advised to use proper air filters as dirt might cause serious problems to
       the engine.
   •   Readymade wheels are allowed.
   •   The machine will be inspected and if found to be dangerous, the team will be disqualified.
       This decision rests solely with the judges and the organizers.
Arena Images:

   •   Click Here to View Figure.




Eligibility:

   •   All students with a valid identity card of their respective educational institutes are
       eligible to participate in INNOVISION.

Event Dates:

   •   17th & 18th March 2011

Team Specification:

   •   A team may consist of (a maximum of) 5 participants. Students from different educational
       institutes can form a team.

Entry Fees :-

   •   Event Registration fee: Rs 250/-

Student Co-Ordinator:

   •   Yash Mehta                         9422319170               Email
       id: mehta27yash@gmail.com
   •      Saptarshi Bhattacharya           9822844595                  Email
          id: saptarshi7.b@gmail.com

Staff Co-ordinator:

   •      Prof. P.A.Deshmukh




Venue:

INNOVISION (Blossoms School Ground)
JSPM’s Rajarshi Shahu College of Engineering,
Sr. No. 80, Pune-Mumbai Bypass Highway,
Tathawade, PUNE – 411033 (MAHARASHTRA)



Note :-

   •      RULES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND WILL BE INFORMED TO ALL
          PARTICIPANTS WELL BEFORE TIME
   •      For any further queries please contact the event coordinators.
   •      Certificates will be presented to successful participants.




                                            Bigblow

                                        Model Making

Description/Problem Statement:

               Big blow is a model making event held by Mechanical department. Participant
team has to make a toy car powered by a balloon. The car has to cover a certain distance
using only the air pressure inside the blown balloon.

Rules & Regulations:

   •      Teams will be competing for the top three spots
   •      The participant team has to make a simple model with a balloon.
   •      The model should strictly work on the thrust of the air in the balloon.
   •      The model must maintain the contact with the track throughout the rounds.
   •      Any elastic material other than simple balloon will not be allowed.
   •      The maximum model size should not exceed 20 x 20.

***On the spot entries are accepted.

Round I : Elimination Round
   •   In this round the team has to clear the given distance and to collect the maximum points.

Round II : Intermediate Round

   •   The simple path / track will be given with some hurdles.
   •   The model has to clear maximum hurdles within the given time.
   •   The hurdles may consist of inclination up to 15 degrees

Round III: Final Round

   •   The teams qualified to the final round will be competing two at a time.
   •   The team which will remain unbeaten will be the winner
   •   In case of a tie, a tie breaker will be decided on the spot.

Eligibility:

   •   Open to all students with valid I-cards.

Event Dates:

   •   17th March 2011

Team Specification:

   •   Maximum 2 members per team.

Entry Fees :-

   •   Event Registration fee: Rs 30/-
   •   Spot registration fee: Rs 50/-

Student Co-Ordinator:

   •   Sumit Dumbare                     9860744498                Email
       id:   sdyuvi54@gmail.com
   •   Mangesh Chormale                  9766917388

Staff Co-ordinator:

   •   Prof. Kanthale. (9822890216)




Venue:

INNOVISION(In front of C1 Building)
JSPM’s Rajarshi Shahu College of Engineering,
Sr. No. 80, Pune-Mumbai Bypass Highway,
Tathawade, PUNE – 411033 (MAHARASHTRA)
Note :-

   •   RULES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND WILL BE INFORMED TO ALL
       PARTICIPANTS WELL BEFORE TIME
   •   For any further queries please contact the event coordinators.
   •   Participation certificates will be presented to all participants.




                                     Tech Presentoni

Description:

       Tech Presentoni is a Paper Presentation event held by Mechanical Engg. department.

Rules & Regulations:

   •   Font size for chapter names 16, subtitles 14, remaining 12.
   •   Font used should be ‘Arial’.
   •   Paper size A4 with 1.25” margin on left, 1” margin on other sides.
   •   Text should be presented with 1.5 line spacing.
   •   Maximum 15 pages including title page, abstract, index, tables and diagrams are permitted.
   •   Title page must include Names of the authors with institute names, correspondence
       addresses, email IDs and contact numbers.
   •   The soft copy of paper should be a document file compatible to MS Word-2003.
   •   The presentations in programs other than MS power Point should be submitted along with
       required software at the time of final registrations.
   •   Mention clearly the discipline and topic at the right hand corner of the envelope.
   •   Two hard copies & a soft copy on CD must be submitted.

General Rules :

   •   Open to all engineering students with valid I-cards.
   •   On the spot registration can be done.
   •   The presentation should be carried either on CD or Pen drive.
   •   Entry fee should be sent along with two hard copies & CD, in a form of DD drawn in favor of
       “Convener, INNOVISION” payable at Pune on following address(Venue).
   •   Selected papers must be presented in front of Judges with Microsoft Power Point
       Presentation.
   •   Teams should report half an hour before the event.

Presentation Topics:

              Participants are requested to submit their papers on the topics mentioned.
Papers will be shortlisted by the judges based on various criteria and selected for the final
presentation.

• Energy Conservation & Renewable Energy Resources
• CAD-CAM & Robotics
• IC Engine & allied systems
• Nano Technology
• Carbon credits
• Aviation & Mechatronics

*** Paper should be send through e- mail to

   •   sid_onsevice@yahoo.com
   •   hudekar.pravin@gmail.com

Eligibility:

   •   Open to all students with valid I-cards.

Event Dates:

   •   17th & 18th March 2011

Important Dates:

   •   Last date for paper registration:                 10/03/2011

***Participants whose papers will be selected will be informed via E-mail.

Team Specification:

   •   Maximum 2 members per team.(May be from different disciplines and institutes).

Entry Fee Structure:

   •   Registration fees = Rs 50
   •   After selection of paper= Rs 150 (per team)

Total Fees := Rs 200/-

Staff Co-ordinator:

   •   Prof. M.J. SABLE

Student Co-Ordinator:

   •   Siddanth Parmar                     8087437929            Email id :
       sid_onservice@yahoo.com
   •   Pravin Hudekar                      09766127093           Email id :
       hudekar.pravin@gmail.com
Venue:

INNOVISION (C1 Building, Drawing Hall)
JSPM’s Rajarshi Shahu College of Engineering,
Sr. No. 80, Pune-Mumbai Bypass Highway,
Tathawade, PUNE – 411033 (MAHARASHTRA)




Note :-

   •      RULES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND WILL BE INFORMED TO ALL
          PARTICIPANTS WELL BEFORE TIME
   •      For any further queries please contact the event coordinators.
   •      Participation certificates will be presented to all participants.


                                              Pro-Dicted

Description:

         The competition consists of two rounds. The 1st round will consist of at least 25
MCQs . The 2nd round will be of assembly drawing in Pro-E.

Rules & Regulations:

   •      On the spot entries are accepted.
   •      Teams should report half an hour before the event.
   •      Teams will be competing for the top two spots.

Round I : Elimination Round

   •      Elimination Round will consist of MCQs’ to be solved within 30 minutes.
   •      Questions will be based on the basic pro-e.
   •      No negative marking.

Round II : Final Round

   •      The final round will consist of the assembly drawing.
   •      The drawing should be completed within 2 hrs. with dimensions.

Eligibility:

   •      Open to all students with valid I-cards.

Event Dates:

   •      17th & 18th March 2011
Team Specification:

   •      Individual Entry.

Entry Fees :-

   •      Registration Fees :- Rs 80/-

Staff Co-ordinator:

   •      Prof.Badadhe          9850557177   E-mail ID:-   ambadadhe@rscoemech.com

Student Co-Ordinator:

   •      Onkar jadhav.         9921972482   E-mail ID:-   onkar.jadhav91@gmail.com
   •      Milind Talele         9850387721   E-mail-ID:-   milind.t123@gmail.com




Venue:

INNOVISION (CAD/CAM Lab)
JSPM’s Rajarshi Shahu College of Engineering,
Sr. No. 80, Pune-Mumbai Bypass Highway,
Tathawade, PUNE – 411033 (MAHARASHTRA)



Note :-

   •      RULES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND WILL BE INFORMED TO ALL
          PARTICIPANTS WELL BEFORE TIME
   •      For any further queries please contact the event coordinators.
   •      Participation certificates will be presented to all participants.
                                       CAD-O-MANIA
Description:

        The competition consists of two rounds. The 1st round will consist of at least 25
MCQs. The 2nd round will be drawing of 2-D view from given isometric view in AutoCAD.

Rules & Regulations:

   •   On the spot entries are accepted.
   •   Teams should report half an hour before the event.
   •   Teams will be competing for the top two spots.

Round I : Elimination Round

   •   Elimination Round will consist of MCQs’ to be solved within 30 minutes.
   •   Questions will be based on the basic autocad.
   •   No negative marking.

Round II : Final Round

   •   The final round will consist of drawing 2-D view from given isometric view.
   •   The drawing should be completed within 1.5 hrs with dimensions.

Eligibility:

   •   Open to all students with valid I-cards.

Event Dates:

   •   17th & 18th March 2011

Team Specification:

   •   Individual Entry

Entry Fees :-

   •   Registration Fees :- Rs 60/-

Staff Co-ordinator:

   •   Prof.Badadhe          9850557177             E-mail ID       ambadadhe@rscoemech.com

Student Co-Ordinator:

   •   Onkar jadhav        9921972482             E-mail ID        onkar.jadhav91@gmail.com
   •   Milind Talele       9850387721             E-mail-ID        milind.t123@gmail.com
Venue:

INNOVISION (CAD/CAM Lab)
JSPM’s Rajarshi Shahu College of Engineering,
Sr. No. 80, Pune-Mumbai Bypass Highway,
Tathawade, PUNE – 411033 (MAHARASHTRA)



Note :-

   •      RULES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND WILL BE INFORMED TO ALL
          PARTICIPANTS WELL BEFORE TIME
   •      For any further queries please contact the event coordinators.
   •      Participation certificates will be presented to all participants.




                                         Lathe Wars

Description:

           Participants are required to perform a set of operations on the job using the lathe
machine in a specified time span. Emphasis will be laid on dimensional accuracy and surface
finish. Questions might be asked pertaining to the operations performed.



Rules & Regulations:

First Round:

          First round consist of aptitude test with 25 questions each consist 2 points, no
negative markings. The questions will be based on information about lathe and operations
performed on it.

Intermediate Round:

            This is an operator testing round (job test). Participant qualifying in first round
will be tested on his/her machine handling, job accuracy, etc. The final job will be tested,
analysed under the points distributed for quality surface finish, dimensions accuracy,
precisions made, etc.

Rules for Lathe Wars are:

The duration for battle is one hour exact. This round has 100 points.
   1. Removal of sharp corners is mandatory.
   2. Allowable tolerance must not exceed ±0.25.
   3. Arguments for failure of job after operation been started will not be appreciated i.e. the
      participant is himself responsible for his/her job after the operation is started.
   4. Participant is allowed to use the grinding machine for any tool failure but no any volunteer
      will help you in it. This is not significant because it will consume the participants time, so it is
      responsibility of participant to handle the instruments with care.
   5. Our volunteer will observe each participant during the competition, any irresponsible or
      misbehaving will not been tolerated.
   6. The candidate will get points for high accuracy, good machine handling, machine cleaning
      and cleanliness during manufacturing.
   7. The things provided by the workshop must be returned as it is; mishandling may cause
      severe concerns and disqualification.
   8. No extra materials should be brought by participant in the competition, in case found will
      cause disqualification of respective participant.
   9. Two candidates from the battle will be selected for last and final round.




Final round:

          The final round will be the investigative round. The finalist will be put on with
some questions by our examiner. The round consists of 50 points. The highest point getter in
round 2&3 will be the winner while he’ll get prize money and will be known as LATHE
WARS SUBJUGATOR. The runner-up will also get prize money.

Eligibility:

   •   Open to all students with valid I-cards.

Event Dates:

   •   17th & 18th March 2011

Team Specification:

   •   Individual Entry

Entry Fees :-

   •   Event Registration fee: Rs 50/-

Staff Co-ordinator:

   •   Prof.S.J. Jagtap        9763458632

Student Co-Ordinator:

   •   Krushant Patil           9860029120
   •   Yogesh Kale             9623004794               Email id:          Krushant Patil (9860029120)
Venue:

INNOVISION (Workshop)
JSPM’s Rajarshi Shahu College of Engineering,
Sr. No. 80, Pune-Mumbai Bypass Highway,
Tathawade, PUNE – 411033 (MAHARASHTRA)



Note :-

   •      RULES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND WILL BE INFORMED TO ALL
          PARTICIPANTS WELL BEFORE TIME
   •      For any further queries please contact the event coordinators.
   •      Participation certificates will be presented to all participants.




C)E&TC


                                       Androtron

Description:

           Androtron is a autonomus robotics event held by E&TC. department.

Rules & Regulations:

   1. Maximum of two runs will be given to a team (Best score from the 2 runs will be
      considered as the team's score). A maximum of two restarts will be allowed per run.
   2. At the start of the task the machine will be placed in the starting zone. Only 1 member
      from the team is allowed to be near the game field while starting the machine.
   3. The machine must be started by only 1 switch. The starting procedure of the machine
      should be simple and should not involve giving machine any manual force or impulse
      in any direction.
   4. The organizers will start measuring time as soon as the front edge of the machine
      crosses the starting line.
   5. During restarts, a contestant may not feed information about the grid to the machine.
      However, contestants are allowed to: adjust sensors (gain, position etc.), change speed
      settings and make repairs. However, a contestant may not alter a machine in a manner
      that alters its weight (e.g. removal of a bulky sensor array or switching to lighter
      batteries to get better speed). The judges shall arbitrate.
   6. The team will be given a chance to calibrate their machine once before the run.
   7. The machine has to carry the Block to the ending zone.
   8. During a restart, the machine will have to be restarted by putting it back on the
      starting zone square. For a restart, the machine will have to be in Power Off mode.
       And turned on again at the start square on the signal of the judges. In a restart, the
       timer will not be set back to zero.
   9. For a restart, any block that the machine may be carrying will be taken back and put
       back to any other random grid point.
   10. Each team is allowed a maximum of 2 restarts. All restarts require the approval of
       the presiding Judges before the machine can be removed from the arena. The team
       will be disqualified if the robots were handled within the arena without approval.
   11. The machine is not allowed to leave anything behind while traversing the grid. It
       should not make any marks on the floor of the arena. Any machine found damaging
       the arena will be immediately disqualified.
   12. Team members will not be allowed to handle the boxes. Only officials are allowed to
       handle the boxes in any situation.
   13. Only one pair of machine handlers per entry is allowed. The machine handlers from a
       previous entry are not allowed to handle another team's machine.
   14. Participants are not allowed to keep anything inside the arena other than the machine.
   15. Laptops/personal computers are not allowed near the arena. Other Wi-Fi, Bluetooth,
       etc devices must be switched off. The organizers hold the right to check for these
       devices and their usage.
   16. The contest judges may stop any robot at any time if they feel that it is performing, or
       is about to perform, any action that is dangerous or hazardous to people or equipment.
       No robot is allowed to use any flammable, combustible, explosive or potentially
       dangerous processes.
   17. The time measured by the organizers will be final and will be used for scoring the
       teams. Time measured by any contestant by any other means is not acceptable for
       scoring.
   18. In case of any disputes / discrepancies, the organizers' decision will be final and
       binding.
   19. The organizers reserve the rights to change any or all of the above rules as they deem
       fit. Change in rules, if any will be highlighted on the website and notified to the
       registered teams.



Rounds:

   1.   Elimination Round:

                       Only one white block will be placed. The robot has to pick the white
block and has to carry it to the end point of the grid

   2.     Final Round:

                       i) Two blocks will be placed, one white and one black. The robot has
to identify only the white block and has to carry it to the end point of the grid.
                       ii)The team with the best timings wins.
Arena:

   1. The arena will consist of a 3x3 square grids of white lines on a black surface. The
      lines will be equally spaced. Each cell of the grid will be a square with inner
      dimensions 220 mm x 220 mm. (See Fig. 1). The thickness of each white line is 30
      mm.
   2. At the start of each run, the machine must be placed at the top of a ramp within a
      horizontal square of 200 mm x 200 mm. This ramp will have no height.
   3. A "Block" is a 100 mm x 100 mm x 100 mm. There will be 2 types of such blocks.
      Block A - The colour of the block will be white. Only one such block will be placed
      randomly in the grid. (See Fig.2)
   4. Block B – the block is black colored. All The block are made of non-magnetic
      material and has a maximum weight of 60 gms. The pictures of the blocks are given
      below. (See Fig.3)
   5. The dimensions of the arena would be accurate to within 5% or 20 mm, whichever is
      less. Assembly joints on the arena floor will not involve steps greater than 0.5 mm

Images:

   •     Figure 1           Arena Image




   •     Figure 2           Block A
   •   Figure 3                Block B




Specifications of the robot:

   1. The machine must fit within a square of dimensions 200mm x 200mm (l x b).
   2. The machine must be stable and must stand on its own at the beginning of the race
      when put in the start zone. Machines not fulfilling this criterion will be disqualified.
   3. During the run, the machine can expand itself provided it does not damage the arena
      in anyway. However, it is not allowed to leave anything behind or make any marks
      while traversing the grid. All machines found damaging the arena will be immediately
      disqualified. The final decision is at the discretion of the judges.
   4. The machine should not separate or split into two or more units. All machines/units
      which are touching each other or are in the start zone will be considered as one
      machine.
   5. The methods of collection and delivery of the blocks are at the discretion of the
      builder. The use of ready-made mechanical kits is allowed.
   6. The teams are allowed to use ready-made micro-controller boards/ready-made
      sensor kits.



Power Supply and Propulsion:

   1. The machines have to use an on-board power supply. No external power supply will
      be allowed.
   2. Each team shall prepare its own power supply for all its machines.
   3. The potential difference between any two points on any of the machines must not
      exceed 24 V DC.



Controls:

   1. The machine must be completely autonomous.
   2. It should not receive any input from outside the arena.



Judging Criterion:

   •   The team's score will be equal to:
       Score = 360 - T
                   Where, T is the total time taken to complete the task in seconds or T equals
       360 if the team is unable to complete the entire task in 6 minutes.
   •   The winners will be decided by the better of these scores for the total run.
   •   In case of a tie, a rerun will be given to the respective teams.



Eligibility:

   •   Students with a valid identity card of their respective educational institutes are eligible
       to participate in Androtron.

Event Dates:

   •   17th & 18th March 2011
Team Specification:

   •      A team may consist of (a maximum of) 4 participants. Students from different
          educational institutes can form a team.

Entry Fees:

   •      Registration fees = Rs 180 (per team).



Student Co-Ordinator:

   •      Pratik Shetty :                  07276823945
   •      Aashar amin :                    09579037658

Staff Co-ordinator:

   •      Vandana Kadam                     9763543349

Venue:

INNOVISION (Blossom School Ground)
JSPM’s Rajarshi Shahu College of Engineering,
Sr. No. 80, Pune-Mumbai Bypass Highway,
Tathawade, PUNE – 411033 (MAHARASHTRA)




Note :-

   •      RULES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND WILL BE INFORMED TO ALL
          PARTICIPANTS WELL BEFORE TIME
   •      For any further queries please contact the event coordinators.
   •      Participation certificates will be presented to all participants.
                                            Paperroni

Description:

Paperroni is a Paper Presentation event held by E & TC . department.

Rules & Regulations:

   •    An abstract should be submitted, hardcopy as well as softcopy.
   •    Paper should be submitted at least a week before the competition, till 09/03/2011
   •    The results for the selected abstracts will be informed to you latest by 14/03/2011

*No. of rounds will depend on the no of entries.

Rules For Full Length Paper

   •    Font size-

                     For titles and subtitles=14
                     For paper=12

   •    Font= Times New Roman
   •    Front page of paper should contain:
                         Title of the page
                         Names of groups members with their college names
                         Contact number & e-mail id of participant


       Paper Should Contain :

   •    Introduction
   •    Abstract
   •    Description of paper with diagram and images
   •    References



Presentation Topics for Paperonni

   •    Advances in Communication
   •    Nano Technology&Mechatronics
   •    VLSI & Embedded System Design
   •    Signal, Image & Speech Processing
   •    Agriculture Instrumentation
   •    Fuzzy & Neural Network

  *** Paper should be send through e- mail to vismaya57@gmail.com
Eligibility:

   •   Students with a valid identity card of their respective educational institutes are eligible
       to participate in paper presentation.

Event Dates:

   •   17th & 18th March 2011

Important Dates:

   •   Last date for registration:                          09/03/2011
   •   Last Date for Paper submission:                      09/03/2011
   •   Date of intimation of selected candidate by email. :    14/03/2011

No. of group members:

   •   Maximum 3 members.

Entry Fee Structure:

   •   Registration fees = Rs 50
   •   After selection of paper= Rs 150 (per team)

Total Fees := Rs 200/-


Student Co-ordinator:

   •   Vismaya Chhabada :                  09028842385
   •   Anup Kulkarni :                    08087449959

Staff Co-ordinator:

   •   Prof. Hundiwale.                            9420366428

Venue:

INNOVISION ( 'A' Building , 4th Floor, Project Lab)

JSPM’s Rajarshi Shahu College of Engineering,
Sr. No. 80, Pune-Mumbai Bypass Highway,
Tathawade, PUNE – 411033 (MAHARASHTRA)
Note :-

   •      RULES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND WILL BE INFORMED TO ALL
          PARTICIPANTS WELL BEFORE TIME
   •      For any further queries please contact the event coordinators.
   •      Participation certificates will be presented to all participants.




                                           DREAG RACE

Description:

      It is a competition among autonomous robots made to run on a straight track. It was a
successful event of last year’s INNOVISION’10 and had got a huge response. Speed and line
accuracy of a robot is put to test here.



Rules & Regulations:


 ***No. of rounds will depend on the no of entries.

About the rounds-

   •      The first round is the preliminary round which is based on the timing factor.First 16 teams
          would be shortlisted for the next level on the basis of time. This would be the elimination
          round.
   •      The next rounds will have the teams in the powers of two which would be the knock out
          round. In this round two robots would be competing against each other and we will proceed
          in the same manner hence forth.

About the track -

   •      It will be a straight line path of length 12metres painted black and white surrounded by
          bricks.
   •      There will be two check points that will be placed at 3m and 7m respectively.

About the Bot-

   •      Maximum allowable bot dimensions are
   •      Length = 25 cm
   •      Width = 25cm
   •      Height = 25 cm
About the race -

   1. One of the team members will be at the starting position initially, who can follow the robot
      along the path.
   2. After every hand touch the team has to start the robot from the earlier check point and the
      time will not be restarted.
   3. On any dispute the judge’s decision will be final.
   4. Only One team member is allowed in the arena for the hand touch.
   5. Maximum allowed voltage of power supply is 15 volts.
   6. Participation certificate will be provided to the all participating teams.

Eligibility:

   •   Open to all students with valid I-cards.

Event Dates:

   •   17th & 18th March 2011

Students per team :

   •   Maximum=3
   •   Minimum=2

Entry Fees :-

   •   Rs. 150/- per team.




Student Co-Ordinator:

   •   Gaurav S. Gade      - 8087804470
   •   Amit V Pachore      - 9028891553
   •   Ajinkya M. Khanzode - 9665846148
   •   Abhijit A. Gadekar   - 9637846088


Staff Co-ordinator:

   •   B.D.Jadhav              - 9326167505

Venue:

INNOVISION (Near Pharmacy Building)
JSPM’s Rajarshi Shahu College of Engineering,
Sr. No. 80, Pune-Mumbai Bypass Highway,
Tathawade, PUNE – 411033 (MAHARASHTRA)
Note :-

   •      RULES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND WILL BE INFORMED TO ALL
          PARTICIPANTS WELL BEFORE TIME
   •      For any further queries please contact the event coordinators.
   •      Participation certificates will be presented to all participants.




                                           DISTRICT 13



Problem Statement:
          To complete the robot task using wireless manual robot.



Description:

            DISTRICT 13 is a robotics event held by E&TC department.



Rules & Regulations :

   1.     Each group should not consist of not more than 4 members.
   2.     The robot should fit in a box of 30x30x30cm else it will be disqualified.
   3.     Robot should consist of an on board power supply.
   4.     The power supply should not exceed 15V.
   5.     The robot should not damage the track otherwise it will lead to disqualification.
   6.     The decision given by the coordinator shall be final.




Arena specification:

   1. Area of arena is 450cm×400cm×40cm
   2. Arena starts from location A1 which is circle of radius 40cm.
   3. There are 2 ways to reach gate G either you take way to A or C.
   4. Area A is of radius 50cm which consist of square pit of 16×16×16 cm.
   5. Area C is a dip of depth of 8 cm .
   6. Area B is a dip of depth of 10 cm, which has a alternate bridge B1 of breadth 35cm and
      length of 60 cm and width of 2 cm.
   7. There is a area B2 which has 2 blocks of 10 ×10×10cm
   8. Area H is a D shaped area of radius 8 cm which consist of a pit 16×16×16cm.
   9. The bridge joining gate G and H has a pit of 10cm×80cm×40cm. The gate has a height of
       30cm
   10. The area D has a glass surface, area E has tilt of 5 Degree, area F consist of gravels or sand.
   11. Area I has a slope of 26 degree. Area J has height of 15cm.
   12. Area K has a gradient of 20 degree. Area L is square of 60cm×60cm×33cm.




Image Of Arena:

   •     Figure 1           Arena Image




Rounds

    1. Getting started:

                 The robot will have to traverse the path from A1 to G in minimum possible
time. In this round the participants have to perform no task.

       2. Road to finals:

              i) The qualified teams from elimination round will enter the 1st round.
              ii) Their will be a block kept on sector H which has to be placed on sector J.
              iii)The team doing the above mentioned task in the minimum time and
minimum hand touches(in short having the maximum points) will qualify for the last round.

       3.The Hell round:
                   i)The first four qualified teams will be entering into the journey of hell.
                   ii)A block will be kept in the sector L and has to be brought back to the
starting points.

Eligibility:

    •     Open to all students with valid I-cards.

Event Dates:

    •     17th & 18th March 2011

Students per team :

    •     Maximum 4 Students per Team.

Entry Fees:

    •     Registration fees = Rs 180.


Student Co-Ordinator:

    •     Piyush A.Prasad. :                     09820955077
    •     Anand D. :                            9028320908

Staff Co-ordinator:

    •     Mrs.N.J.Borkar                        9673332670

Venue:

INNOVISION(Ground)
JSPM’s Rajarshi Shahu College of Engineering,
Sr. No. 80, Pune-Mumbai Bypass Highway,
Tathawade, PUNE – 411033 (MAHARASHTRA)




Note :-

    •     RULES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND WILL BE INFORMED TO ALL
          PARTICIPANTS WELL BEFORE TIME
    •     For any further queries please contact the event coordinators.
    •     Participation certificates will be presented to all participants.
                                      ELECTRONICA



Description:

          ELECTRONICA is an electronics components analyzing and circuit designing
event held by E&TC department.



There are two levels of competition and 3 rounds in each level
        1. First level-FE & SE
        2. Second level- TE & BE



1. FIRST LEVEL:

         A] MCQ ROUND:
              -There will be 30 technical questions, each with 4 options.
              -Time allotted for this round is 30 mins.

         B] COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION & NETWORK PROBLEM:
               -In this round the participant have to identify a component & has to solve
the problem.

          C] CIRCUIT DESIGNING:( BASICS )
                - In this round, problem will be provided with 3 limits & time limit. In given
time participant has to solve problem & implement it on board.



2] SECOND LEVEL:


         A] MCQ ROUND:
              -There will be 30 technical questions, each with 4 options.
              -Time allotted for this round is 30 mins.

         B] ANALOG CIRCUIT DESIGNING:
                -Problem statement or circuit name will be given, from that circuit is to be
implemented on bread board.
                -Components, bread board, wires etc required for given task will be
provided.

          C] MICROCONTROLLER (SIMULATION) OR C PROGRAMMING
(ONLY)
Rules & Regulations:

   •   If there is tie in any round, time taken and answer efficiency (program Efficiency)
       will be considered for results.
   •   For round 2 & round 3 marking system will be declared at the time of event.
   •   Damage to any equipment or instrument may lead to disqualification.
   •   The decision of judges will be final.
   •   Organizers hold all rights to change the rules without prior information if required.

Eligibility:

   •   Students with a valid identity card of their respective educational institutes are eligible
       to participate in electronica.

Event Dates:

   •   17th & 18th March 2011

Students per team :

   •   Maximum 2 Students per Team.

Entry Fee Structure:

   •   Registration fees = Rs 50(per group)


Student Co-ordinator:

   •   Ashish Padwal-                       8796120193
   •   Dipali Jagtap-                       9922202576

Staff Co-ordinator:

   •   P.M.Ghate                            9890720393

Venue:

INNOVISION ('A' Building, 3rd Floor, Electronics Lab)

JSPM’s Rajarshi Shahu College of Engineering,
Sr. No. 80, Pune-Mumbai Bypass Highway,
Tathawade, PUNE – 411033 (MAHARASHTRA)
Note :-

   •      RULES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND WILL BE INFORMED TO ALL
          PARTICIPANTS WELL BEFORE TIME
   •      For any further queries please contact the event coordinators.
   •      Participation certificates will be presented to all participants.




D)CIVIL



                                          AMAZING RACE

               WANNA PLAY WITH MY BRAINS OR AGAINST….

                                         YOU CHOOSE?

Description:

            Amazing race is a quiz event held by E&TC. department.



Rules & Regulations:

Start Point: Screening (only 2 students)

   •      There will be 20 questions on general IQ. Every correct answer will pass on to next question.
          2 lifelines will be provided.
   •      20 solved answers will give an address to location were 10 envelope will be kept.
   •      Team who possess envelope will get to next level. (10 teams will proceed)




LAP 2 : Challenges

   •      2 students who have participated in screening will not participate in this round.
   •      The top 3 teams from screening will have time advantage.
   •      5 challenges will be given which will be explained to you.
   •      First 4 teams will proceed to final treasure hunt.




Dead END : Treasure Hunt
   •      The number of clues will be given which will lead you to the final treasure.

Eligibility:

   •      Open to all students with valid I-cards.

Event Dates:

   •      18th March 2011

Team Specification:

   •      Maximum 4 members per team.

Entry Fees :-

   •      Rs. 160/- (per team)

Student Co-Ordinator:

   •      Nitesh Jogdand :                           +918888633356
   •      Sabyasachi Dassharma :                      +919850093848
   •      Baharul Islam :                            +918806308058




Staff Co-ordinator:

   •      Prof Mandar M. Mahajan.                      +919657860305




Venue:

INNOVISION (A Building)
JSPM’s Rajarshi Shahu College of Engineering,
Sr. No. 80, Pune-Mumbai Bypass Highway,
Tathawade, PUNE – 411033 (MAHARASHTRA)



Note :-

   •      RULES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND WILL BE INFORMED TO ALL
          PARTICIPANTS WELL BEFORE TIME
   •      For any further queries please contact the event coordinators.
   •      Participation certificates will be presented only those who will clear first round .
                                Concrete CUBE TESTING

Description:

                Concrete Cube Testing event held by Civil department. The testing of cubes
shall be carried out at Rajarshi Shahu Of Engineering and the participants are welcome to
witness the testing. The testing shall be done as per IS 516 in direct compression and the
average of three cubes shall be considered.



Winning Criteria:

   •   Deviation from target strength..
   •   Uniformity of results.
   •   Ratio of strength to cement content.

Rules and Regulations:

   •   7 day strength of concrete cubes should be 30 MPa.
   •   The cube shall not be cast before 10th of March 2010.
   •   Average strength of 3 concrete cubes will be considered.
   •   Average strength closest to 30 MPa having least deviation will be considered.
   •   Size of each cube should be 150 X 150 X 150 mm.
   •   Use of admixtures and type and grade of cement satisfying requisite IS codes is permitted.
   •   Use of any reinforcement, fiber, epoxy, polymer is not permitted and the team would be
       disqualified, if it is found to be so.
   •   A brief report with details of following should be submitted at the time of testing:
   •   Maximum size of aggregate should be 20 mm.
   •   Details of mix design trials carried out.
   •   Gradation of Coarse Aggregate& Fine Aggregate used.
   •   Type, grade of cement used.
   •   W/C ratio
   •   Details of admixtures used.
   •   More than one team from same Organization / Institution can take part in the competition.
   •   Authentication certificate of Head of Department or Project Engineer. Fulfilling above rules
       and regulations is to be submitted at the time of testing.
   •   Decision of judges will be final, binding and conclusive.

Eligibility:

   •   Open to all students with valid I-cards.

Event Dates:

   •   17th March 2011

Team Specification:

   •   A team of competitors shall consist of maximum 3 participants.
Fees:

   •      Entry Fees: Rs. 100/-

Student Co-ordinator:

   •      Sagar Naikade :           9975493156
   •      Ashish Birajdar:          8888308930

Staff Co-ordinator:

   •      Prof. N.P. Jajoo:         9403310133
   •      Prof. G.R. Patil:         9881434674




Venue:

INNOVISION (Concrete lab)
JSPM’s Rajarshi Shahu College of Engineering,
Sr. No. 80, Pune-Mumbai Bypass Highway,
Tathawade, PUNE – 411033 (MAHARASHTRA)

Note :-

   •      RULES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND WILL BE INFORMED TO ALL
          PARTICIPANTS WELL BEFORE TIME
   •      For any further queries please contact the event coordinators.
   •      Participation certificates will be presented to all participants.




                                   Lords OF THE PAPYRUS
                                    (Paper Presentation)



Description:

Lords of the Papyrus is a Paper Presentation event.

Rules and Regulations:

   •      Paper should contain abstract of 100-150 words.
   •      Font size for chapter names 16, subtitles 14, text 12.
   •      Font used should be “Times New Roman”.
   •      Paper size A4 with 1” margin on left, 1” margin on right.
   •      Text should be presented with 1.5 line spacing.
   •    Maximum 15 pages should be there including title page, abstract, index, tables and
        diagrams.
   •    Title page must include Names of the participant(s) with institute names, correspondence
        addresses, email id and contact numbers.
   •    The soft copy of paper should be a document file compatible to MS Word-2007 or 2003.
   •    The presentations in programs other than MS Power Point should be submitted along with
        required software at the time of final registration.
   •    Two hard copies & a soft copy on CD or a pendrive must be submitted.




General Rules :


   •    Last date for submission of papers is 14-03-2011.
   •    No travelling allowance, daily allowance will be provided.
   •    On the spot entry will be considered. Extra charges will be taken.
   •    Accommodation for outsiders will be provided by our institute.
   •    Selected papers must be presented in front of Judges.

Presentation Topics for LORDS Of PAPYRUS

   •    Structural Engineering
   •    Environmental Engineering
   •    Hydraulics & water resource Engg
   •    Application of Remote sensing Civil Engg
   •    Geotechnical Engineering
   •    Advance Concrete Technology

       Not limited to above***

Eligibility:

   •    Open to all students with valid I-cards.

Important Dates:

   •    Last date for registration:                    17/03/2011 ***ON SPOT
        REGISTRATIONS ARE ALLOWED
   •    Last Date for Paper submission:                 14/03/2011
   •    Date of intimation of selected candidate by email. : 14/03/2011

Papers to be submitted on following E-mail addresses before 14/03/2011

            lordsofthepapyrus@rediffmail.com

Team Specification:

   •    Maximum 2 authors per paper (May be from different disciplines and institutes).

Entry Fee Structure:
   •      Registration fees = Rs 120/-




Student Co-ordinator:

   •      Atul J.Gaikwad :           +919764154627.
   •      Vivek S. Goyal:           +919325851358.

Staff Co-ordinator:

   •      Dr. Rinku Walia -              +919325829848.
   •      Prof. Monica Lulla -            +919922685193.




Venue:

INNOVISION (Technical Paper Presentation Competition:- A Building [T.E. Class
Room A 102] )

JSPM’s Rajarshi Shahu College of Engineering,
Sr. No. 80, Pune-Mumbai Bypass Highway,
Tathawade, PUNE – 411033 (MAHARASHTRA)



Note :-

   •      RULES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND WILL BE INFORMED TO ALL
          PARTICIPANTS WELL BEFORE TIME
   •      For any further queries please contact the event coordinators.
   •      Participation certificates will be presented to all participants.


                                          MODEL MAKING



Description:

            MODEL MAKING event held by Civil department



Rules and Regulations:

   •      All Materials Will Be Provided By Department on the Venue.
   •      No Traveling allowance, daily allowance will be provided.
   •      Judges Decision Will be Final Decision.
Eligibility:

   •      Open to all students with valid I-cards.

Event Dates:

   •      17th March 2011

Team Specification:

   •      Maximum 3 members (May be from different disciplines and institutes).

Fees:

   •      Entry Fees: Rs. 160/-
   •      On spot registation allow : Rs. 200/-




Student Co-ordinator:

   •      Nikhil Bhalerao:         +919021331664.
   •      Murtuza Merchant:         +919028510953.

Staff Co-ordinator:


   •      Prof. Hemant J. Joshi.   +919822855522




Venue:

INNOVISION (Model Making Competition A1 (New) Building )
JSPM’s Rajarshi Shahu College of Engineering,
Sr. No. 80, Pune-Mumbai Bypass Highway,
Tathawade, PUNE – 411033 (MAHARASHTRA)



Note :-

   •      RULES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND WILL BE INFORMED TO ALL
          PARTICIPANTS WELL BEFORE TIME
   •      For any further queries please contact the event coordinators.
   •      Participation certificates will be presented to all participants.
E)MBA

                                               MAD ADS

Description:

   •      Showing their creativity.
   •      Show how advertisement is necessary.

Eligibility:

   •      Open to all students with valid I-cards.

Event Dates:

   •      18th March 2011

Team Specification:

   •      Maximum 4 to 6 members per team.

Entry Fees :-

   •      Rs. 20/- (per participant)

Student Co-Ordinator:

   •      VINIT GEORGE 9552884886                    vinit_2007@yahoo.co.in




Venue:

INNOVISION (AUDITORIUM.)
JSPM’s Rajarshi Shahu College of Engineering,
Sr. No. 80, Pune-Mumbai Bypass Highway,
Tathawade, PUNE – 411033 (MAHARASHTRA)



Note :-

   •      RULES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND WILL BE INFORMED TO ALL
          PARTICIPANTS WELL BEFORE TIME
   •      For any further queries please contact the event coordinators.
   •      Participation certificates will be presented to all participants.
                                       MANAGEMENT GAME



Description:

            MANAGEMENT GAME is a management event held by MBA department

Objective:

   •      To improve your management skills.
   •      To test the ability of students how will they work as a team.

Eligibility:

   •      Open to all students with valid I-cards.

Event Dates:

   •      18th March 2011

Team Specification:

   •      Maximum 2 members per team.

Entry Fees:

   •      Rs. 20/- (per participant)

Student Co-Ordinator:

   •      POONAM DHADVE         9552644069                 E-mail ID:-
              poonamdhadve13@gmail.com




Venue:

INNOVISION ( Auditorium)
JSPM’s Rajarshi Shahu College of Engineering,
Sr. No. 80, Pune-Mumbai Bypass Highway,
Tathawade, PUNE – 411033 (MAHARASHTRA)

Note :-

   •      RULES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND WILL BE INFORMED TO ALL
          PARTICIPANTS WELL BEFORE TIME
   •      For any further queries please contact the event coordinators.
   •      Participation certificates will be presented to all participants.
                                            STREET PLAY

Description:

   •      Street play is for showing acting talent or skills.
   •      It spreads awareness about social issues and gives the messages.

Eligibility:

   •      Open to all students with valid I-cards.

Event Dates:

   •      17th March 2011

Team Specification:

   •      Maximum 6 to 10 members per team.

Entry Fees:

   •      Rs. 20/- (per participant)

Student Co-Ordinator:

   •      TUSHAR METHA                 9822812260      E-mail ID:-     tusharmetha123@gmail.com




Venue:

INNOVISION (Near A1 BUILDING.(car parking))
JSPM’s Rajarshi Shahu College of Engineering,
Sr. No. 80, Pune-Mumbai Bypass Highway,
Tathawade, PUNE – 411033 (MAHARASHTRA)



Note :-

   •      RULES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND WILL BE INFORMED TO ALL
          PARTICIPANTS WELL BEFORE TIME
   •      For any further queries please contact the event coordinators.
   •      Participation certificates will be presented to all participants.
                                          TRESURE HUNT



Description:

         To find treasures from different places. It is like hunting for your treasure
destination.

Eligibility:

   •      Open to all students with valid I-cards.

Event Dates:

   •      17th March 2011

Team Specification:

   •      Maximum 4 to 6 members per team.

Entry Fees:

   •      Rs. 20/- (per participant)

Student Co-Ordinator:

   •      AMEYA MUDGAL                  9422057739   E-mail ID:-   ameya09@in.com




Venue:

INNOVISION ( ‘A’ to ‘C ‘BUILDING)
JSPM’s Rajarshi Shahu College of Engineering,
Sr. No. 80, Pune-Mumbai Bypass Highway,
Tathawade, PUNE – 411033 (MAHARASHTRA)



Note :-

   •      RULES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND WILL BE INFORMED TO ALL
          PARTICIPANTS WELL BEFORE TIME
   •      For any further queries please contact the event coordinators.
   •      Participation certificates will be presented to all participants.
F)Engg.Science

                                 PAPER PRESENTATION



Description:

Paper Presentation event held by Engg.Science department.

Rules & Regulations & Rounds:

   •   Maximum two authors per paper.
   •   Paper should contain abstract of 100-150 words.
   •   Font size for chapter names 16, subtitles 14, remaining 12.
   •   Font used should be ‘Arial’.
   •   Paper size A4 with 1.25” margin on left, 1” margin on other sides.
   •   Text should be presented with 1.5 line spacing.
   •   Maximum 15 pages including title page, abstract, index, tables and diagrams are permitted.
   •   Title page must include, Names of the authors with institute names,correspondence
       addresses, email IDs and contact numbers.
   •   The soft copy of paper should be a document file compatible to MS Word- 2003.
   •   The presentations in programs other than MS power Point should be submitted along with
       required software at the time of final registrations.
   •   Mention clearly the discipline and topic at the right hand corner of the envelope.
   •   Two hard copies & a soft copy on CD must be submitted.
   •   Please specify category for your participation.
   •   Maximum ten minutes will be provided for each presentation. This may vary depending on
       number of entries.

Papers to be submitted on following E-mail addresses before 12/03/2011

   •   balasahebgadekar@gmail.com
   •   iyerkartik04@gmail.com
   •   a.sanya@ymail.com

Paper Presentation Topics:

          o    Engineering Mathematics
                      Modeling of mass spring system and its solution.
                      Application of first order and first degree differential equations.
                      Use of Fourier and Z-transform in Engineering.
          o    Applied Physics
                      Modern Trends in Laser Technology.
                      Super conductivity in Modern Engineering.
          o    Applied Chemistry
                      Application of Nano-Technology in Modern Engineering.
                      Ecological balance--Carbon Credit / Carbon foot print.
Eligibility

   •   Open to all students with valid I-cards.

Important Dates:

   •   Last date for registration:                    10/03/2011
   •   Last Date for Paper submission:                 12/03/2011
   •   Date of intimation of selected candidate by email. : 12/03/2011

Team Specification:

   •   Maximum 2 members.

Entry Fee Structure:

   •   Registration fees = Rs.100/-

Staff Co-Ordinator:

   •   Engg. Mathematics
          o Prof.S.M.Badhade                       (9822750983)
          o Prof.Rajesh Talekar                    (9921917663)
   •   Applied Physics
          o Prof.M.C.Hingonekar                    (9822089037)
          o Prof.Amol V. Patil                    (9673971723)
   •   Applied Chemistry
          o Prof.A.A.Joshi                        (9763722703)
          o Prof.Dr.P.A.Tomar                      (9921281069)

Student Co-Ordinator:

   •   Engg. Mathematics
          o Kaiwalya Patil                    (9623568983)

   •   Applied Physics
          o Ashish Merari                     (9860228603)

   •   Applied Chemistry
          o Pushkar Deshpande                     (9604503850)




Venue:

INNOVISION (B Building)
JSPM’s Rajarshi Shahu College of Engineering,
Sr. No. 80, Pune-Mumbai Bypass Highway,
Tathawade, PUNE – 411033 (MAHARASHTRA)
Note :-

   •   RULES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND WILL BE INFORMED TO ALL
       PARTICIPANTS WELL BEFORE TIME
   •   For any further queries please contact the event coordinators.
   •   Participation certificates will be presented to all participants.




                                          MOCK TEST



Description:

Mock placement drive consisting of aptitude test,group discussion,personal interview.

Rules & Regulations & Rounds:

   •   The event consists of three rounds.
   •   ROUNDS:
                st
           o 1 ROUND- 50 aptitude based questions. 32 Students will be shortlisted for the next
               round based on their performance in the aptitude cracker.
                nd
           o 2 ROUND- Group discussion- The topic for group discussion would be given by the
               panel of experts. Depending on the performance the judges will shortlist 10 students
               for personal interview.
                rd
           o 3 ROUND- 3 out of the ten students will be declared winners on the basis of their
               personal interviews.
   •   Judges decision will be final in the second and third rounds.
   •   Participants should carry their college ID.
   •   Participants should report 30 minutes before the scheduled time.

***On the spot registration is allowed.

Eligibility:

   •   Open to all students with valid I-cards.

Event Dates:

   •   17th & 18th March 2011

Team Specification:

   •   Individual Entry.

Entry Fees :-
   •      Event Registration fee: Rs 50/-
   •      Spot Registration fee: Rs 60/-

Staff Co-Ordinator:

   •      Prof.S.G.Gajbhiv                        9970253562
   •      Prof.P.S. Patil                        9049300947
   •      Prof S.M.Jadhav                         9422182931
   •      Prof. H.R.Raut                          9764947070




Student Co-Ordinator:

   •      Janhavi Patil             9921108333
   •      Sagar Rathi               9762042410




Venue:

INNOVISION (B 202)
JSPM’s Rajarshi Shahu College of Engineering,
Sr. No. 80, Pune-Mumbai Bypass Highway,
Tathawade, PUNE – 411033 (MAHARASHTRA)

Note :-

   •      RULES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND WILL BE INFORMED TO ALL
          PARTICIPANTS WELL BEFORE TIME
   •      For any further queries please contact the event coordinators.
   •      Participation certificates will be presented to all participants.


                                            JUST A Minute

Description :

        A mini version of the teleshow "A Minute to Win It..." held by Engg.Science
department.

Rules & Regulations & Rounds:

   •      2 participants per team.
   •      Rules regarding the game will be declared on spot.
   •      Entries should reach before 15th of March 2011.
   •      Participants should carry their college ID.
   •      Teams should report 30 minutes before the scheduled time.
   •      Judges decision will be the final decision.
***On the spot registration is allowed.

Eligibility:

   •      Open to all students with valid I-cards.

Event Dates:

   •      17th & 18th March 2011

Team Specification:

   •      Maximum 2 members per team.

Entry Fees :-

   •      Event Registration fee: Rs 30/-
   •      Spot Registration fee: Rs 40/-

Staff Co-Ordinator:

   •      Prof. Rinku Dilloo                9423559779
   •      Prof. V.J.Jagtap                  9371755906
   •      Prof Rashmi Gaikwad                8149923656


Student Co-Ordinator:

   •      Raj Jawalekar                      9595553100
   •      Aman Chadha                        902799963




Venue:

INNOVISION (B-308 (Drawing Hall) )
JSPM’s Rajarshi Shahu College of Engineering,
Sr. No. 80, Pune-Mumbai Bypass Highway,
Tathawade, PUNE – 411033 (MAHARASHTRA)



Note :-

   •      RULES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND WILL BE INFORMED TO ALL
          PARTICIPANTS WELL BEFORE TIME
   •      For any further queries please contact the event coordinators.
   •      Participation certificates will be presented to all participants.

								
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