Central India's Largest Technical Festival








Andromaster

Phase 1
1.Phase 1 consist of android quiz competition.

2.Those who will qualify will be selected for next round and others are disqualified.
Phase 2
1.Called as the tasker round, different tasks are given to perform on android simulators,which will be installed on pc.
2.Those who complete the task within time limit,will be allowed for the next round.
Phase 3
1. This round will be Make-your-own.
2. Participants will be provided with stock ADT and a certain time limit.High speed internet will be provided.
3. Participant are free to do anything with their ADT like, install, remove and delete apps ,change gui etc
4. The best android user will be picked and be given title ”Anrdromaster”
EVENT REGISTRATION FEES : Rs.50/-(per member)

convener: Shivangi Gupta(4th CS)


co-convener:Tarshal Nimawat(2nd CS)
Rutuja Gawande(2nd IT)

Andromaster

Angry Birds

We will arrange a setup for the angry birds where you have to just smash the boxes with the birds.
Six chances.
Distance- 30 feet. Winner will be promoted to next level.
Every level will have different target setup.
There will be three levels.
Number of levels may change according to the number of entries.
EVENT REGISTRATION FEES : 50/- per group of 2 members

convener: Rajdatta Kohale(4th Mech)


co-convener:Sarang Mankar(2nd CS)
Piyush Kulmethe((2nd EnTC)

Angry Birds

Box Cricket

Criteria: 1) Each match will be knock-out match. 2) Certificates will be given for each participant team. EVENT REGISTRATION FEES : Team consist of six [6] members. Rs.300 Per team [Rs.50/-Per Member]

convener: Sarang Vaidya (4th EnTC)


co-convener:Kshitij Dasarwar(3rd Civil)
Munish Singh(3rd Civil)
Adesh Dhemre(3rd Civil)

Box Cricket

Cad Strife

The most eminent position in design world can be achieved through the integration of various CAD software. Engineers are most welcomed to sustain the designed era of THE CAD COMBAT CADSTRIFE. Information: Team consists of max 2 members and min 1 member. Criteria: •First round is elimination round in which 50 participants will be selected on basis of plan and timerequired. •Second round top 20 participants will beselected. •Third round top 2 participants will beselected. EVENT REGISTRATION FEES : Rs. 50 per member.

convener: Prajwal Pokale(4th Civil)


co-convener:Sachin Pardhi(3rd Civil)
Rushikesh Misalkar(3rd Civil)

Cad Strife

Chanakya

Criteria: 1) Each match will be played with teamof 2 members(10 teams). 2) Certificates will be given for each participant team. EVENT REGISTRATION FEES : Team consist of 2 [two] members. Rs.100 Per team [Rs.50/-Per Member]

  • Event structure:
  • Questions will be based on current topics in politics, sports, entertainment, technology, science ,etc.
  • Round 1: 30 multiple choice questions for 30 minutes.
  • Round 2: Double trouble Round
    A) Rapid fire
    B) Audio recognition and quiz


convener: Pankaja Tayade(4th EnTC)


co-convener:Tejal Parde(4th EnTC)

Chanakya

Circuit Mania

Information: •Participants – Each team with 2 members. •Group A – for diploma, 1st and 2nd year Engineering students. •Group B – for 3rd and final year Engineering students. •Expected Entries –250 Event Details: •There are 4 rounds for each group separately. •Difficulty level is more for engineering students (Group B) than diploma students (Group A). •It’s a two day event. Day1: •ROUND 1: Technical Aptitude Test.(30 min) 1.It consists of 30 questions for 30 Marks. 2.The questions will be based on technical knowledge of electronics. 3.Both groups will have different aptitude tests. 4.The cut off marks will be decided according to the average marks scored by the participants. Day2: •ROUND 2: Component and Circuit Identification.(30 min) 1.The events/images of different components and circuit will be given to teams they will have guessed the component and circuit correctly. •ROUND 3: Quicker.(60 min) 1.The circuit diagram of same electronic circuits will be given to the teams. 2.Teams should be mount and run that circuit on breadboard in the minimum time will be shortlisted for next round. •ROUND 4: Circuit Designing and Building.(60 min) 1.The shortlisted teams will get a circuit name. 2.They should ask for the circuit components according to the circuit requirement. 3.They should build the circuit on the breadboard. 4.The team which shows the correct circuit in the minimum time will be declared as the winner. EVENT REGISTRATION FEES : Rs.120/-(max 2 members)

convener: Dolly Dalwal(4th EnTC)


co-convener:Shubhankar Markandeya (2nd EnTC)
Saurabh Girpunje(2nd EnTC)

Circuit Mania

Encipher

ENCIPHER means to convert plain text into coded format. ENCIPHER is a programming event in which programmer gets an opportunity to show their coding skills. This event consists of objective test on c programming followed by coding on computer. Instructions: Each team will consists of maximum 2 members. Anyone found in unethical practice would be disqualified.

convener: Zoheb Sheikh(4th CS)


co-convener:Ajay Rathi(2nd CS)

Encipher

Googler

Each team will consists of maximum 2 members. Information This event is distributed in two rounds.Top 20 teams are selected for Round 2. Rules Round 1: This round is consists of 10 questions which are to be searched on google search engine within given time Round 2: Surprise Round

convener: Saurabh Talhar(3rd Civil)
Sumedh Wavhal(3rd IT)


co-convener:Dhanashree Mankar(3rd CS)
Sneha Pinjani(3rd CS)

Googler

Lan Gaming

• EVENTS- o Need for Speed(Most Wanted) o Counter Strike 1.6 o WWE SmackDown(PS2) o PUBG Mobile(Tournament) RULES- a. Need For Speed(Most Wanted) i. Entry Fees-60 Rs. ii. Solo Entry iii. Each Match will be knockout match. iv. Round 1-Four Players will compete against each other.Winner will be selected for next round. v. This will take place until we get 4 players. vi. 4 players will be placed in two 1vs1 matches.These matches will be of best of 3. vii. Final will take place between winners of previous round.This final will be of best of 5 viii. No changes will be allowed in the game control settings. Default settings will be used. ix. Players will get same car. x. Joystick will not be allowed. Only keyboard setup will be used. xi. Decision by the organisers will be final o Counter Strike 1.6  Entry Fees-240 Rs. per Team.  Team will consist of 4 members.  Each match will be knockout match  Final will be held between best two teams.  Each match will be of 8 rounds. Four from Counter Terrorist and Four from Terrorist side.  Side selection will be made by knife round. Team which wins this round gets to select the side.  All the matches will be demolition match.  No changes in the game settings will be allowed.  No cheats will be allowed.  Decision by the organisers will be final o WWE SmackDown  Entry Fees-60 Rs  Solo Entry.  Match will be played on PS2.  Each Match will be knockout match.  Each match will takes place between four players. Winner will qualify for next round.  This will takes place until we get best 4 players.  4 players will be placed in two 1vs1 matches. These matches will be of best of 3.  Final will take place between winners of previous round. This final will be of best of 5. o PUBG Mobile(Tournament 1) 1. This tournament will start 7 days before the PRAJWALAN’19 begins. 2. Entry Fees-80 Rs. per squad and 40 per duo 3. Match will be played in squad and duo. 4. The leader of the squad will have to pay whole amount of squad through online payment method only. 5. Matches will be played from home. 6. Each day a different match with different prize money will be played and the winner will be awarded the same day. 7. This will continue for the first 7 days 8. All the details will be inform through messages,mails and WhatsAppgoups. 9. Match will be TPP and will be played on Erangel map. 10. Only one emulator per team will be allowed. 11. Any unfair means will result in disqualification. o PUBG Mobile(Grand Match) 1. This match will be played on the days of PRAJWALAN’19 i.e. 1st and 2nd of March. 2. Entry Fees-200 per squad. 3. Only offline entries will be taken and match will be played from home. 4. Match will be TPP and will be played on Erangel map. 5. Only one emulator per team will be allowed. 6. Any unfair means will result in disqualification.

convener: Swapnil Dudhe(4th Mech)


co-convener:Niket Lekariya(2nd CS)
Rahul Hindocha(2nd CS)
Pranay Patle(2nd CS)

Lan Gaming

Mastermind

The concept is like a treasure hunt. Finding objects hidden by others. Originally an outdoor activity for children to find objects hidden by others. Innovation- this time it is indoor and that of specially in PC. PC-based (at most two players game). Finding some hidden treasure among fake treasure with given cluesRound 1:DECRYPT THE PASSWORD The PC will be locked with some password, the participants will be given the clues of password and they have to unlock the PC. Round 2:FIND THE HIDDEN TREASURE Some files or folders will be hidden at some particular location in the PC .Participants will be provided with the clues of the location where they are hidden and they have to search them (Treasure). Round 3:OBSERVE, THINK AND SEARCH Participants will be given some events/images (may be of any person or monuments or structures etc) on the PC. Firstly, they have to recognize the image and then they have to search the same image with the same dimensions on the internet. In case, if there is a TIE between any of the participants then there will be a surprise round conducted for them.1st Prize: 2000/-(cash) EVENT REGISTRATION FEES : Rs.100/-per team of 2 members.

convener:Parikshit Deshmukh(3rd Elpo)


co-convener:Shraddha Gandole(3rd Elpo)
Bhagyashri Mohod(3rd IT)

Mastermind

Mod Expo Group(A,B,C,D)

There will be four groups in the event- 1) Group A (Electronics, Electrical and Instrumentation) 2) Group B (Computer and IT) 3) Group C (Civil) 4) Group D (Mechanical) Participants: Each participating team comprises of minimum of 3 and maximum of 8 team members. Teams have to bring their models belonging to any of the above groups. Judging Criteria: There will be 2 judges for each group (one external and one from the college itself). Judging criteria will be discussed with the judges EVENT REGISTRATION FEES : Rs.100/- per member

convener: Sohail Sheikh(3rd Mech)
Mohd. Ahfaz Lateef (3rd Instru)


co-convener:Divyani Mozare (3rd Mech)
Shravika Ingole(2nd Instru)
Sakshi Kokate(2nd Instru)

Mod Expo Group(A,B,C,D)

Mystery Hunt

Event Details:
Round 1: It consists of quiz which includes general and technical questionnaires. Identify the photos of famous inventor, logo etc. Some participants will be eliminated on the basis of result. Round 2: Team have to perform a particular task. Final 5 teams will be shortlisted in this round for final round. Round 3: Team have to find the clue and ultimately find the treasure. All team have the same final clue and the team which is going to get reward first is going to be the winner.
REGISTRATION FEE:
Rs. 160/- per Group ( 3-4 members)

convener: Gauri Kawishwar(3rd Instru)


co-convener:Aditya Deshmukh(3rd Instru)

Mystery Hunt

PPT A

Event Structure:
Round 1: Abstract submission before 26th February. Round 2: Presentation of the paper in IEEE format. Participants: Each team can have a maximum of two members. Rules: • The theme of the paper must be based on the mentioned topics. • The paper must not exceed 12 pages. • The paper must be in IEEE format. (The paper should be essentially in a two column format; font style: Times New Roman; Font size: 12; Headings: Bold; Heading font size: 14 ) • Only purely technical papers with valid reference would be considered for short-listing. • The event will consist of two rounds; firstly, the participants will have to submit their abstracts. The registration fee for this round will be Rs 50/- per team. • Based on their abstracts, team will be shortlisted for the final round. The shortlisted teams will have to register for the final round by paying Rs 250/- per team. • Teams will get 8+2 minutes for presentation followed by question answer session . • Any violation of rules may result in rejection of the paper. • Under any unusual circumstances, the final decision of the organisers and judges will be binding to all. • Rules for the final round will be sent to the selected candidates. Topics: • Nanotechnology • Applications of machine learning in electrical, electronics and instrumentation. • MEMS technology. • Recent trends of technology in defence. • Smart grid. • Wireless power transfer. • Cost efficient power generation. • Applications of artificial intelligence in health sector. • Li-Fi technology. Registration Fees: Rs 50/- for abstract per team. Top 25 teams selected for final presentation: Rs 250/-

convener:Asheena Tanvi(3rd Elpo)


co-convener:Prajwal Nistane(2nd Elpo)

PPT A

PPT B

Event Structure: Round 1: Abstract submission before 26th February. Round 2: Presentation of the paper in IEEE format. Rules- • Teams will get 8+2 minutes for presentation followed by question answer session . • Any violation of rules will result in rejection of the paper. • Under any unusual circumstances, the final decision of the organisers and judges will be binding to all. • Rules for the final round will be sent to the selected candidates. Topics: Blockchain Technology Autonomic Computing Internet of Things Augmented Reality vs Virtual Reality E-paper Black hole Holographic Principle Honeypot Entry Fees: For abstract - 50 rs After selection of abstract - 250 rs

convener: Rohini Tembre(4th CS)


co-convener:Aditi Nimbalkar(3rd CS)

PPT B

PPT C

Event Structure: Round 1: Abstract submission before 26th February. Round 2: Presentation of the paper in IEEE format. Participants: Each team can have a maximum of two members. Rules: • The theme of the paper must be based on the mentioned topics. • The paper must not exceed 12 pages. • The paper must be in IEEE format. (The paper should be essentially in a two column format; font style: Times New Roman; Font size: 12; Headings: Bold; Heading font size: 14 ) • Only purely technical papers with valid reference would be considered for short-listing. • The event will consist of two rounds; firstly, the participants will have to submit their abstracts. The registration fee for this round will be Rs 50/- per team. • Based on their abstracts, team will be shortlisted for the final round. The shortlisted teams will have to register for the final round by paying Rs 250/- per team. • Teams will get 8+2 minutes for presentation followed by question answer session . • Any violation of rules may result in rejection of the paper. • Under any unusual circumstances, the final decision of the organisers and judges will be binding to all. • Rules for the final round will be sent to the selected candidates. Topics: • Advances in civil engineering • New construction practices • New construction materials or equipments • Modern methods of maintenance of buildings • Ground improvement techniques • Intelligent transport system • New softwares related to civil engineering (BIM,etc.) • Any other innovative topic related to civil engineering Registration Fees: Rs 50/- for abstract per team. Top 25 teams selected for final presentation: Rs 250/-

convener: Smruti Darwhekar(4th Civil)


co-convener:Prasanna Katte(3rd Civil)

PPT C

PPT D

INFORMATION :- Pen down your research work and present it effectively. Cover all the aspects of your topic and you can be one of the shortlisted finalists based on your abstracts The paper will be judged on the content its originality flow of the presentation.communication skills and coordination among the team members. PARTICIPANT :-Each team can have a maximum of two members RULES :- Level: 1) Abstract should be submitted before 26 February. 2)Top 25 abstracts will be selected to present their paper 3)Top 2 Groups will be declared as winners. Criteria: • The theme of the paper must be based on the mentioned topics. • The paper should not exceed 12 pages • The paper must be in the IEEE format.(The paper should be essentially in a two column format,Font style :Times New Roman, Font size:12,Headings:Bold,Heading font size:14) • Only purely technical papers with valid reference would be considered for short-listing • The event will consists of two rounds: Firstly the participants will have to submit their abstracts on the mentioned topics The abstract should be send to both the even emails along with abstract you have to attach photocopy or scanned copy of your registration receipt. The registration fees for this round will be Rs 50/- per team • Based on their abstracts, teams will be shortlisted for the final round and shortlisting will be done by the staff incharge of that event. The shortlisted teams will have to register for the final round by payings 250/- per team • Teams will get 8+2 minutes for presentation followed by question answer session. • Any violation of the rules may result in rejection of the paper. • Under any unusual circumstances, the final decision of the organizers and judges will be binding to all • Research work should be written and presented effectively by covering all the engineering aspects of the topic chosen • Certificate of participation will be provided to all participants who have presented the paper. • Rules for final round will be sent to the selected candidates. Topics :- 1.Computational fluid dynamics 2.Advances in thermal engineering 3.Alternative fuel technology 4.IC engine and development in relative auxiliary 5.Material science including nano science 6.3-D printing 7.Aerodynamics 8.Recent trends in mechatronics 9.Production and rapid manufacturing 10.Solar related projects

convener: Vidhina Bisen(3rd Mech)


co-convener:Deepak Patil(2nd Mech)
Rushikesh Pawsekar (2nd Mech)

PPT D

Robotics

Event structure : 2 day event. Total number of events = 4 1. Sumo wrestling 2. Death race 3. Maze solver 4. Kukabot 1.Death Race: Simple Manual robots has to complete the race by overcoming the obstacles in minimum time. Obstacles contain elevations, slopes, section containing water/mud/marbles/stones, zig-zag paths, s-type etc. Path include some bonus zones or danger zones which either improve your performance or make it worst. Rules:- • Each team may consist of maximum 4 members with entry fee of 350 Rs. • A team may consist of students from different colleges or branch and each member should bring their college ID card. • 32 V variable power supply will be provided by organizers. • Robots should have minimum 20 ft. wire for smooth working. • Robots may be wire or wireless controlled. • The size of robots should be less than 30*30*30 cm and weight should be less than 5 kg. • Any sort of weaponry in robots is prohibited, it is purely based on controlling skills of robots. • Organizers may change the rules as per situation. • Organizers decision will be the final decision. • Any violation to the above mentioned rules will result in disqualification of the team. 2. SUMO Wrestling Information:- Like sumo wrestling the manual robots has to push the opponent’s robots out of the circular arena to win the match. Various point schemes are there to decide the winner of the match. Rules:- • Each team may consist of maximum 2 members with entry fee of 250 Rs. • A team may consist of students from different colleges or branch and each member should bring their college ID card. • Robots should be less than 5 kg. • Robots may be wire or wireless controlled. • The wrestling between the robots is in the circle of radius 4 ft. • The wrestling is within two robots for 5 min. • There are various point schemes to decide the winner for match. • 32 V variable power supply will be provided by organizers. • Any sort of weaponry in the robot is prohibited. It is purely based on power and controlling skills of sumo and the robot is not supposed to damage the arena. • Organizers may change the rules as per situation. • Organizers decision will be the final decision. 3)KUKABOT, GCOEA TASK: ● Teams has to build a manually controlled bot which can do simple task of gripping blocks and putting them in target zones so that it can complete the route by overcoming the Hurdles in its path. ● The bot can be wired or wireless. In case the participants use wireless mechanism, they must use dual frequency remote. ● TEAM WILL BE PROVIED BOT IF THEY ARE UNABLE TO PRESENT BOT ON DAY OF EVENT ARENA: ● The outer dimensions of arena are 3000 mm X 2250 mm (lxb) It consists of the following: ● Four MDF sheet blocks with each of dimensions 150 mm X 150 mm X 100 mm (lxbxh) ● 4 Semi-Circular Pipes of dimension 400mm length & 20mm Radius, One Semi-circular Pipes of dimension 400mm length & 15mm Radius. ● Three rectangular hurdles of dimensions 100mm x50mm (lxb). ● “Deposit Zone 1” (Trench) of dimensions 170mmx400mmx100mm (lxbxh) which is shown in fig. 1 ● “Deposit Zone 2” and “Deposit Zone 3” of dimensions 200mmx200mm (lxb) shown Yellow in colour ● Ramp assembly with inclination 20 degrees and declination 30 degrees. ● Half Ramp Assembly with Inclination 15 degrees. ● Sand Box of Dimensions 450mm X 400mm X 20mm (lxbxh) ● “Checkpoints” A, B, C of Dimensions 400mm X 50mm are shown in Light Blue Colour. ● “START” and “END” of dimensions 500mm x100mm are shown in Green Colour . BOT SPECIFICATIONS: ● The dimensions of the bot should be less than or equal to 300 mm X 200 mm X 300 mm at the start of the game failing which the team will be disqualified from the competition. However the bot can extend its dimension once the run starts. An error of (+5% /5%) is Permitted. ● The bot must be controlled manually. ● Teams can use both wired as well as wireless control mechanisms. In case of wired bots, the length of wire should be minimum 2 meters so that the wire remains slack at any instant of time. If the participants use wireless mechanism then it is mandatory to use a dual frequency remote. ● The dimensions of the remote are not included in the size constraint of the bot. ● Bot must have an on-board power supply in any case. ● Participants are not supposed to use any readymade Lego components or readymade gripping mechanism. However the participants are allowed to use readymade gear assemblies. Violating this clause will lead to immediate disqualification of the team. ● Irrespective of the mechanism used, only one person will be allowed to control the bot. ● Failing to meet the above specifications will lead to immediate disqualification. ELIGIBILITY: ● All students with a valid identity card of their respective educational institutes are eligible to participate. TEAM SPECIFICATIONS: ● A team may consist of a maximum of 4 members. ● Students from different educational institutes can form a team. ● Each team may consist of maximum 4 members with entry fee of 300 Rs.

convener: Shreyash Dhajekar(3rd Mech)


co-convener:Shubhankar Bhagwat (2nd EnTC)
Purvi Lohana(2nd EnTC)

Robotics

Rubic's Cube

• “Ever thought of solving a cube in less than 15 seconds? Ever dared to attempt that one handed or blind-folded? We here offer that to you to learn and to perfect your skills” • Very rare and unique opportunity for your child to participate in Rubik's cube workshop. • Rubik's Cube is only gaming activity that directly helps your child to develop *6 intelligence * (Visual, Fine motor skills, logic, Recollection Memory, 3D Visualization & Space Management) • We have created a special opportunity of Rubik's Cube Workshop for EVERYONE. Some contents of Workshop are:- • 1. Introduction to various cubes and similar puzzles. • 2. Learn how to solve a 3*3*3 cube. • 3. Demo of solving various puzzles. • 4. Tips and Tricks for getting faster at solving cubes.

convener: Samprati Gawande(4th EnTC)


co-convener:Bhavesh Gaikwad(2nd CS)
Janhavi Masodkar(2nd CS)

Rubic's Cube

Sci-Lab

Participants:Teams consisting of Maximum 2 Members. Level 1: Elimination Round * Aptitude Test Based On MATLAB. * 50 general quiz questions on MATLAB. * Time: 30 mins. * Top 20 Teams will qualify for level 2. Level 2: Final Round * Programming test consisting of two tasks. * Top 2 groups will be declared as winners. EVENT REGISTRATION FEES : Rs.100/- per team of 2 members

convener: Gitanjali Mulkevar(3rd Elpo)


co-convener:Saurabh Walkhe(3rd Elpo)
Aditi Deshmukh(3rd Elpo)

Sci-Lab

Bridge Building

Event details 1.TASK Participants have to prepare a bridge using given materials in given duration of 1 hour, with suitable mentioned dimensions in the problem. Participants should tie sticks together by using cello tape only. 2. RULES a) Maximum participants per team = 3 b) Fess per team = Rs 210/- c) Time duration = 1 hour d) Bridge tower should be hollow from inside e) No extra fevicol or sticks will be provided. f) Participants should bring their bridge in time for loading test 3.TESTING AND JUDGING The bridge tower will be tested for a) Dimesions b) Load bearing Prepared bridge tower will be tested with axial load up to failure using an appropriate loading arrangement. The bridge tower within the given dimension and carrying the maximum load will be declared winner of the event. 4.ROUNDS Their will be only one round. The event will start at 10:30 am till 6:00 pm. Participants can come at any hour of time to participate.

convener: Surbhi Askar(4th Civil)


co-convener:Anjali Pawar(3rd Civil)

Bridge Building

Virtual Placement

Virtual Placement is an event which is same as actual placement stages. DAY 1 Round 1: Psychometric Test Time: 20 to 30 min / Candidate (i) Computer based MCQs on Aptitude and Basic Computer Knowledge (ii) Personality Questionnaire A printed report will be given to each participating candidate consisting of Aptitude Scores and Big Five Personality Traits (Radar Graph). DAY 2 Round 2: PPDT Time: 10 to 15 min / Group A candidate need to write a story on the picture shown, narrate it and then discuss among group members (5 to 10) to make a common story. Round 3: Personal Interview Time: Decided by Interviewer. Candidates will be required to carry the Printed Report (1st Round) along with their Resume. EVENT REGISTRATION FEES : Rs. 100/- per head

convener: Poonam Chandak(4th CS)


co-convener:Gaurav Sakharkar(3rd CS)
Anuj Hanmante(3rd CS)

Virtual Placement

Webeinstein

Rules:- 1. Participating team can consist of one or two members. Event Structure:- Round 1 : MCQ’s based on web designing (HTML, CSS, Java Script). Round 2 : Designing a web page within one hour .( topic will be given on-spot) Round 3: Surprise Round Registration Fee 1. 100/- per team 2. 50/- for one person.

convener:Tanmay Kakde(4th CS)


co-convener:Mayuri Kitukale(3rd CS)
Himanshu Digrase(2 nd CS)

Webeinstein

Smart City Planning

Introduction: The basic concept of this event is layout planning. It is purely technical event for civil engineering students. Your knowledge of survey, drawing, planning will be put to test. We are introducing this event in Prajwalan for second time. Participants: Each team can have maximum 3 members. Registration fees:Rs 200 per team. Task: To plan the Town with given details. Problem statement will be given to the members and they will have to draw the layout showing respective details within given time. Problem statement will consist of plot size and area distribution under certain heads like roads, residential, commercial, etc.

convener:Pritam Nandre(3rd Civil)


co-convener:Hrushikesh Waghmare (3rd Civil)
Sujit Bante(3rd Civil)

Smart City Planning

Lets Talk

Rules:- 1. No topic barrier. Event Structure:- Participant will be given 4 minutes to talk about his/her topic and 1 minute to conclude. Entry Fees: Registration Fee for one person is 100/- only.

convener: Yamin Lakadkutta(4th IT)


co-convener:Suraj Bhute (3rd Elpo)
Jayesh Shelke(2nd Elpo)

Lets Talk