IGNITE-2023

  • Date & Time:
    • March 23 - 25, 2023
    • 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
  • Venue:
    • IILM University, Greater Noida Campus

IGNITE-2023

23 – 25 March, 2023

 

Robo Race (Sr. Level)

About the Event:

CHALLENGE:
“More speed, More power with minimum time”

Design a manually controlled ROBOT that has capacity to cover maximum distance in shortest possible time, challenging the hurdles and be one of the best opponents. Think your robot can overcome any obstacle-big or small in the least of time. If so get it on the track and let the game begin. And bear in mind that maximizing RPM does.
The way you enter, the way you proceed, the way you reveal your speed to others beings here at the enthralling event of “Robo-Race”. It provides you a track for the open your enthusiasm for the rush to win with your robots. The fast speeds, tight turns, and exciting collisions in our hot wheels on track take place.
It is the event where you to get to test the efficiency and power, skills of your droid/robot.
Race your bots till the finish line and earn accolades.

Cash Prizes:
1st Prize – Rs. 6,000/-
2nd Prize – Rs. 3,000/-
3rd Prize – Rs. 1,000/-

Rules:

1) This is racing event so fastest and most balanced robot will win.
2) Robot should be as per the given specifications.
3) Each team can have maximum five members. Students from different institutes can form a team.
4) Each member of the team must contain the identity card of his/her respected institute.
5) The robot should not damage the arena.
6) The robot must not leave behind any of its parts during the run; else it will result in disqualification
7) Unethical behaviour could lead to disqualification. Faculty-coordinators have all the rights to take final decision for any matter during the event.
8) Only AC supply will be provided (no other variables would be provided by Organisation).
9) Judge’s decision will be considered final.
10) Certificates will be given to all the participants.
*Rules may subject to change.

Round Description:

● Round 1:- Elimination round (Time based).
● Round 2:- Qualifier (Minimum number of human intervention and time based).
● Final Round:- Track will be revealed on spot (completion and time based).

Phases in the event:

1) The competition is based on time trail system. There will be an elimination round for each team.
2) The top team from Qualifier round makes it to the final round on basis of time trials and based on minimum number of human contact with robot.
3) In qualifier round hand touches are allowed with penalty of 10 seconds. For each hand touch, penalty time will be added further to overall time required by robot for completion of specified round.
4) If any of the robots starts off before start up call, the counter would be restated and the machines will get a second chance. If repeated again then team will be disqualified.
5) If robot goes off course of the track, penalty of 5 seconds will be added each time to the overall time attained by robot for round completion.
6) Machine must not contain any readymade kits, pneumatic & hydraulic systems or IC engines.
7) Decision about your robot will be taken by the organizers.
8) All about final round will be notified on the final day.

Bonus points:
You will be given several opportunities while racing to gain bonus point and it will declare on the time of event.

Robot Specifications:
1) The maximum dimension of the robot can be 30 x 30 cm (l x b).
2) The robot may be wired or wireless.
3) The length of the wire (for wired bots) should be long enough to cover the whole track and wire should remain slack during the complete run.
4) Max weight should be limited by 5 kg.
5) Readymade toys car are not allowed.

Participation fee: Rs. 500/- per team

Event Date and time:

Student Coordinators:
Mohammad Hamza Malik (Mechatronics) – 9311838139
Ishan Singh (IT) – 9984920000
Ansh Pratap Singh (CSE) – 9999645010
Aagrim Routela (CSE) – 9310209221
Dhuruv Kedia (Mechatronics) – 8800407488
Samrjeet Singh (CSE) – 7006507621
Gopy Sahu (CSE) – 8826761889
Laksh Gupta (CSE) – 7006399090
Anushka Nair (CSE)

Faculty Coordinator:
Dr. Naseem Ahamad – 9412431787

Robo Race (Jr. Level)

ROBO RACE (JR. LEVEL)
MOTTO:
“A race is a work of art that people can look at and be affected in as many ways they’re capable of understanding.”
– Steve Prefontaine, American long-distance runner

About the Event:
The challenge is to build your own robot within the specified dimensions in order to achieve the maximum speed to beat other robots on the given track and reach the finishing line in minimum time. The robot must be able to run on the given racetrack with proper speed and balance. Your robot must be manually/autonomously controlled, and it should be capable of traversing over different terrain and hurdles without going outside the track. Separate points shall be awarded for overcoming the hurdles. The bot with the maximum cumulative points will win the race.

Rules:
1) This is racing event so fastest and most balanced robot will win.
2) Robot should be as per the given specifications.
3) Each team can have maximum three (3) members.
4) Each member of the team must contain the identity card of his/her respected institute.
5) The robot should not damage the arena.
6) Only 1 test practice will be allowed on the arena.
7) The robot must not experience any “breakage” or leave behind any of its parts during the run; else, it will result in disqualification
8) Unethical behaviour could lead to disqualification. Faculty co-ordinators have all the rights to take final decision for any matter during the event.
9) Judge’s decision will be considered final.
10) The competition is based on time trail system. There will a qualifying round for each team.
11) The top team from qualifying round makes it to the final round on basis of time trials.

ROBOT SPECIFICATIONS:
1) The maximum dimension of the robot can be 25 cm x 20cm x15 cm (l x b x h).
2) The robot may be wired or wireless.
3) The length of the wire (for wired bots) should be long enough to cover the whole track and wire should remain slack during the complete run.
4) Maximum weight must not exceed 3 kg.
5) Participants are encouraged to refrain from using ready-made kits for their robots.
6) The machine must be powered electrically only. Use of IC engine is prohibited.
7) Batteries must be sealed, immobilized electrolyte type (gel cell, lithium, NiCad, or dry cells).
8) The electric voltage anywhere in the machine should not be more than 12V DC at any point in time for each robot.
9) The Bot must not emit infrared light. However, optical sensors (e.g. infrared-distance-sensors) may be used if they do not affect other Bots.
10) The robot can be autonomous or manually controlled using a Remote-control system.
11) Robots must be constructed and programmed in a way that their movement is not limited to only one dimension and must move in all directions.
*Rules are subject to changing according to the situation.

Racing Track:
The Racing track has a track of a total length of 80-90ft (approximately) with a dimension of 30X20 SqF. The track will be 40 cm wide and will be having certain checkpoints before the hurdles. The surface and course line may have un-evenness as well as different hurdles will be there on the race track trying to slow down the Bot. Predefined Obstacles for the competition will include Switch Bridge, speed breakers, marble pit, slippery path, rotating ting disc, curve ramp down, seesaw, etc.

Race Round Description:
● 1 Test Run, where players get a chance to test their robots on the track terrain and check their robots for any errors or discrepancies
● Round 1 will be a time-based round, where each team must complete a given number of laps around the track in the minimum amount of time possible with their robots.
● Round 2 will have an obstacle-course track race, where the robots must race and avoid obstacles laid on their path, like – marbles, rocks, speed breakers, etc.
● Final Round will be a combination of Round 1 and Round 2. Bonus points shall be provided based on each team’s performance in the race.

Prizes:
● Certificate of Participation for all participants/teams.
● Cash Prizes as given below:
► 1st Prize – Rs. 5000/-
► 2nd Prize – Rs. 2000/-
► 3rd Prize – Rs. 1000/-

FAQ

Q – Participation Fees – Free of cost.
Q – Who can participate in the race?
► School students will participate in this racing category.
Q – How many students are allowed in a team?
► Minimum number of students – 1
► Maximum number of students – 3
Q – What will be the judging criteria for this event?
● Working of Robot
● Robot Structure Criteria (as given above)
● Robot’s Speed
● Time taken to finish the race
● Obstacle-dodging, etc.

Event Date and Time

Student Coordinator –

Rohit Kumar (7903285316) B.Tech. I yr., CSE, Sec-A
Kushagra Sharma (9389137643) B.Tech. I yr., CSE Sec-B
Jai Bhagwan Roy (9958673362) B.Tech. I yr., CSE Sec-C
Shankar Shah (8178922913) B.Tech. I yr., CSE Sec-C
Aryan Arya (9650126997) B.Tech. I yr., CSE Sec-C

Faculty Coordinator – Dr. Priyanka Bhatnagar (9911768777)

Dronothon

ABOUT THE EVENT:

Under the Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan, the Indian government is on a quest to transform the nation into an unmanned aircraft system and drone hub by 2030. To do so, the industry is growing more quickly than expected. Within the next five years, the Indian UAS industry may reach INR 500 billion. Unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) use aerial photography and thermal imaging in a wide range of fields, such as defense, infrastructure, mining, telecom, geospatial mapping, agriculture and farming, media and entertainment, law enforcement, and oil and gas, for surveillance, security, safety, disaster management, land surveying, progress and condition monitoring, and more. As technology improves and costs go down, consumer market applications will soon be used in a wider range of ways.

RULES:

GENERAL PILOT RULES
• A total of three attempts will be provided. After successful completion of Flight mission 1 team will be eligible for Flight mission 2.
• All pilots have to attend a general safety briefing and sign the appropriate waivers.
• All pilots must demonstrate effective Fail-Safe procedures, “power down, no pulse” method.
• All pilots must have an “ARMING” position switch or sequence on their radio.
• All pilots must demonstrate basic piloting skills (including Line of Sight).
• Pilots must use FPV to pilot aircraft. This can be goggles or ground station LCD.
• Pilots must contain all equipment, airframes within the pilot pit area.

FIELD/COURSE OPERATIONS
• All flights are grounded while there are personnel actively on the field.
• Drone recovery may not occur until all aircraft have landed.
• Flight paths should have a safety buffer zone with a minimum of 4 yards (12 Feet) from any spectator or building.

COURSE RULES OF ENGAGEMENT
• Pilots must stay within all prescribed flight paths.
• Pilots must keep all aircraft in the disarmed state until they have been given the “ARM” signal.
• When the aircraft has been placed on the starting deck and all field staff has left the area.
• Pilots must adhere to the prescribed launch sequence. No movement before the starting signal. False starts will incur penalty.
• Pilots must maintain control of their aircraft at all times and only fly within their skill
level. Any pilot who exhibits unsafe flying procedures may be disqualified.
• Once pilots have successfully completed all laps, they must return to the start/finish pad, land and DISARM.
• Pilots that have crashed at any point during their race, are unable to resume racing
must DISARM their aircraft and wait until all aircraft have landed to retrieve their
aircraft.
• Pilots must successfully fly through all gates, flags, and other obstacles on the course.
• If an obstacle is missed, the pilot must safely turn around and attempt the obstacle again.
• If pilots lose control of their aircraft, they must attempt a safe landing, cut throttle in a safe area, or execute a fail-safe procedure in a safe area.
• If a pilot loses video, they must immediately execute a fail-safe procedure and or attempt to land the aircraft via Line of Sight.

JUDGING AND FIELD MARSHALING
• All races will be governed by our judging committee.
• Each race will be monitored by judges and field marshals to maintain fair and accurate competition.
• Any practice or behavior that is deemed unsafe will result in an immediate disqualification.

EVENT DATE AND TIME:

PARTICIPATION FEE:
Rs. 500/- per team

CASH PRIZES:
1st Prize: Rs. 6000
2nd Prize: Rs. 3000
3rd Prize: Rs. 1000

FACULTY COORDINATOR:
Dr. Ankita Awasthi:+91-9999106747

STUDENT COORDINATOR:
Puja Kumari +91-8651053572
Vrittika Sharma +91-9310832845
Aman Maurya +91-9918027563
Ritesh Verma +91-9260943685
Tanuja Vishwakarma +91-7897811806

Exhibition (Sr. Level)

ABOUT THE EVENT:

A Working Model Exhibition is a competition where contestants present their working projects/models that they have created. It allows students to compete in today’s challenging technologies. Its motive is to implement their theoretical knowledge into practical by conducting a range of experiments. In order that the questions or tasks spark a true interest in the student they should be able to have an interesting, eye catching project. It also provides a mechanism for students with intense interest in projects to be paired with students/mentors from nearby colleges and universities.

RULES:
1. Team members: 3-5
2. There will be two rounds (Proposal submission and final)
3. Proposal submission Round – Submit your proposal
4. Final Round – Working model presentation round
5. Only working models are eligible for the exhibition
6. Winners will be declared by Judges of this event.

EVALUATION/JUDGING CRITERIA:
1. Innovation
2. Creativity.
3. Workability
4. Presentation

EVENT DATE AND TIME:
23rd March to 25th March 2023.

PARTICIPATION FEE:
Rs. 500/- per team

CASH PRIZES:
1st Prize: Rs. 6000
2nd Prize: Rs. 3000
3rd Prize: Rs. 1000

FACULTY COORDINATOR:
Arpit Varshnry +91-9310549354

STUDENT COORDINATOR:
Nitish Gour +91-7394965203
Abhigyan Dwivedi +91-8303464665

Exhibition (Jr. Level)

ABOUT THE EVENT:

A Working Model Exhibition is a competition where contestants present their working projects/models that they have created. It allows students to compete in today’s challenging technologies. Its motive is to implement their theoretical knowledge into practical by conducting a range of experiments. In order that the questions or tasks spark a true interest in the student they should be able to have an interesting, eye catching project. It also provides a mechanism for students with intense interest in projects to be paired with students/mentors from nearby colleges and universities.

RULES:
1. Team members: 3-5
2. There will be two rounds (Proposal submission and final)
3. Proposal submission Round – Submit your proposal
4. Final Round – Working model presentation round
5. Only working models are eligible for the exhibition
6. Winners will be declared by Judges of this event.

EVALUATION/JUDGING CRITERIA:
1. Innovation
2. Creativity.
3. Workability
4. Presentation

EVENT DATE AND TIME:
23rd March – 25th March 2023

PARTICIPATION FEE:
Nil

CASH PRIZES:
1st Prize: Rs. 5000
2nd Prize: Rs. 2000
3rd Prize: Rs. 1000

FACULTY COORDINATOR:
Dr. Pratima Pandey +91-9458233284

STUDENT COORDINATOR:
Ms Isha Sharon Ravi +91-7701952493
Ms Kushi Chatterjee- +91-7827990086

Line Follower (Sr. Level)

ABOUT THE EVENT:
After being started, the robot has to run over the course and follow black line. The ranking is determined by the time the robot needed to go from the start to the finish line. The time is measured from the referee’s signal to the moment the foremost part of the robot crosses the finish line. The robot must be fully behind the start lane before the race starts. If the robot loses the line, it must return to the line so that it does not shorten its way thanks to the line loss. If the race time exceeds 3 minutes or if the robot leaves the playing field, the referee terminates the race. If a robot or a participant violates the rules, the referee may disqualify them from the race. He may also disqualify the participant or the robot for further races. No objections against the decisions of the referee or the organizers are allowed. The organizers may change the rules without prior notice, e.g. based on number of participants, local conditions etc. The participants are responsible for their robots and their safety and will be liable for all damages caused by them, their robots or their equipment. The organizers will not be under any circumstances held liable or responsible for any accidents of the participants or any damages caused by the participants, their robots or their equipment.

RULES:
1. Team Size Each team can have maximum 4 members. Students from different institutes can form a team. Each member of the team must contain the identity card of his/her respected institute.
2. Size and Weight Limits Dimensional and weight limits for robots shall be strictly enforced. Robots must have passed inspection prior to competing.
3. Course Time Time is measured from the time the robot crosses the starting line until the time it crosses the finish line. A robot is deemed to have crossed the line when the forward most wheel, track, or leg of the robot contacts or crosses over the line.
4. Time Limit A maximum of 3 minutes is allowed for a robot to complete the course. A robot that cannot complete the course in the allotted time shall be disqualified.
5. Timekeeping Time shall be measured by an electronic gate system or by a judge with a stopwatch, based on the availability of equipment. In either case the recorded time shall be final.
6. Autonomous Control Once a robot has crossed the starting line it must remain fully
autonomous, or it will be disqualified.

EVALUATION/JUDGING CRITERIA:
1. This is racing event so fastest and most balanced robot will win.
2. Every line follower robot must pass course at least 1 time and at most 3 times. Referee must choose best result.
3. A robot that wanders off of the arena surface will lose one attempt.
4. A robot shall be deemed to have left the arena when any wheel, leg, or track has moved completely off the arena surface.
5. Any robot that loses the line course (but not wanders off of the arena surface) must reacquire the line at the point where it was lost, or at any earlier (e.g., already traversed) point (autonomous). Otherwise, robot will lose one attempt

EVENT DATE AND TIME:
23rd March to 25th March 2023

PARTICIPATION FEE:
Rs 500 per team

CASH PRIZES:
1st Prize: Rs. 6000
2nd Prize: Rs. 3000
3rd Prize: Rs. 1000

FACULTY COORDINATOR:
Kshama Pandey +91-9911084685

STUDENT COORDINATOR:
Anshul Modi +91-7302826276
Rohan Rawat +91-8178048148

Line Follower (Jr. Level)

About the Event:
Line Follower Robot Competition – The robot must follow the black and white line specified by organizers & will go through different obstacles. During competition on the track like different joints, zig-zag lines, and curve lines. intersecting lines, and even interruptions. Only the robot that overcomes all the obstacles in less time will win the competition. This competition has its own standards, whether the robot is built using available material or only using a specifically selected construction kit, depends on competition rules
In this competition you have to design and build one automatic robot in other words, an Autonomous robot. with specified size/dimensions. Using high-speed motors and fast ability to compete with other Robotics teams on the Track. On the other hand, you have to reach the finish point in less time. While competing your Line follower robot must complete all the given tasks mentioned by the organizers.

Prizes:
1st Prize- Rs 5000/-
2nd Prize- Rs 2000/-
3rd Prize- Rs 1000/-

Note: No Registration fee is required.

Rules:

1. The robot must be autonomous/automatic.
2. In competition ready-made robots are not allowed, the teams can-not participate if they use any ready-made robots, for example – Lego kits.
3. The robot should not damage the track.
4. The participants must arrange their batteries
5. Power supply must be on board.
6. The robot must be in the given dimensions specified by organizers.

2. Robot Specifications:
1. Dimensions of line follower robot 25cm- 25cm-25cm (Length ›width Hight)
2. Max weight of line follower robot 950 grams.
3. Use sealed batteries, immobilized electrolyte type (gel cell, lithium-ion batteries. Nickel-cadmium battery, or Dry cell)
4. Electrical voltage of the robot should not excite 12 Volt (DC) at any time during competition.
5. In construction all building materials are allowed until the robot satisfies all the above conditions.

3. Start and Restart
1. Team leader Only allowed to handle the robot during the gameplay.
2. Place your robot on the starting point with the permission of the event organizers.
3. It is not allowed to reprogram your robot. removing parts and Add parts is not allowed during competition rounds.
4. If the robot stops During the match then Organizers only allow three restarts In a single round.
5. In a few competitions Your time will increase after calculating all the penalties

4. A robot restart –
1. If the robot moves out of the arena.
2. Restart your robot, If the robot stops at any point on the track.

Student Coordinators:
Anushka Singh` +91-7505433606
Nitya Mishra +91-9136972769

Faculty Coordinators:
Ms. Shraddha Sharma +91-8860506530

Code Fest

ABOUT EVENT:

Setting apart all the creativities, imaginations or logistics; coders are the ones who can storm off their brains and come up with a new solution to each problem that exists. So, join us to be the warrior of codes and unleash your skills in the battlefield.

RULES:
1. Maximum participation 2 person per team.
2. First round (screening round) pen/paper based, time 30 minutes.
3. Final round 90 minutes in Computer Lab
4. Platform independent
5. Problems will be disclosed at the time of the event.
6. Problem can be solved in any programming Language

JUDGING CRITERIA:
1. All the problems have the same points allotted to them.
2. There will be a limitation on the running time of the codes submitted by the participants.
3. The decision of the organizers in declaring the results will be final. No queries in this regard will be entertained.
4. Any participant found to be indulging in any form of malpractice will be immediately disqualified.

EVENT DATE AND TIME:
23rd March to 25th March 2023

PARTICIPATION FEE:
Rs. 500/- per team

CASH PRIZES:
1st Prize: Rs. 3000
2nd Prize: Rs. 2000
3rd Prize: Rs. 1000

FACULTY COORDINATOR:
Dr Priyanka Saini: +91 9760199501

STUDENT COORDINATOR:
Kanishka Sharma +918448956720 (CSE, 2nd Yr)
Shivam Kumar Rai +919818622783 (CSE, 2nd Yr)

Hackathon

ABOUT THE EVENT:
Hackathon is a technical event in which aspiring software developers come together to solve a problem or explore new ideas. It is a globally recognized event in which software experts work together to develop and showcase their ideas in an extreme manner in a very short amount of time. Developers, innovators, and designers work in groups to create an inventive model to tackle a set of problems. The hackathon is the best forum for emerging engineers to showcase their abilities.

RULES:
1. It is a three round event.
a. Round 1- Idea Presentation
b. Round 2- Design Decipher
c. Round 3- Final Round
2. Each team can consist of a maximum of 4 members.
3. Elimination to be done after the presentation round.
4. The participants shall not cause any harm to the college property and are expected to maintain the code of conduct during the competition as well as their stay in the college campus. Students should bring their own laptops.

The problem is based on Social Good.
1. The participants should present their ideas on the problem provided.
2. Maximum time allotted to each team: 24 hours
3. Participants can use Android Studio for mobile application development.
4. At the end, 10 minutes for presentation and 05 minutes for question answer will be given to each team.

EVALUATION CRITERIA:
The evaluation will be done on the bases of design, innovation, presentation and ability to answer the questions.

EVENT DATE AND TIME:
23rd & 24th March 2023

PARTICIPATION FEE:
Rs. 500/- per team.

CASH PRIZE:
1st Prize: Rs.6000/-
2nd Prize: Rs.3000/-
3rd Prize: Rs.1000/-

FACULTY COORDINATOR:
Prof. Rajat Garg: +91 7696558554

STUDENT COORDINATORS:
Ravi Kumar – 9315567013
Vaibhaw Kumar – 9546013985

Strategic Technology (IoT)

ABOUT EVENT
It’s an event where students can showcase their talent and coding skills along with their gratitude towards society by developing an IOT based application/project, which could turn out to be helpful for society.

THEME
Teams have to come up with some ideas which could be helpful in sustainable development of the society or related to any social cause.

RULES
● It is a single round event.
● Each Team should consist of maximum of 4 members
● The Team should show a working product/prototype based on their ideas.
● Maximum time allotted to each team to assemble and showcase their product is 2 hours
● Participants are allowed to use any open library or pre-existing code which falls in line with their idea.
● Partial or full development can be done off-campus/before the event.

PRE-SELECTION PROCESS:
Before starting working on the project the teams can write their idea and submit it. Selection team will evaluate the idea and send a mail to ideas qualified for the execution process. After that the teams can start working on their ideas/prototypes.

EVALUATION PROCESS:
A Presentation of 15 minutes, which consists of 5 minutes for Ideas, 05 minutes for Explaining components, then 05 minutes for implementation and its challenges.

EVALUATION CRITERIA:
The evaluation will be done on the basis of following criteria:

S.No. Criteria Weightage %
1 Design 20%
2 Complexity 20%
3 Execution 40%
4 Idea behind Selecting the Project/Topic 20%

EVENT DATE AND TIME:

FACULTY COORDINATOR:
Mr. Vaibhav Sharma Contact No.: +91 7500448888

STUDENT COORDINATOR
1. Suman Kumar : +919142558578
2. Prachi Chaubey : +917985265061

Think with AI

ABOUT THE EVENT:
The world changes and innovations are shaping it. Artificial Intelligence is one of these innovations that might significantly transform our world and society. Take part in the revolution. Combine your concepts with AI-technologies to make the difference and shape the future. This event gives a platform to students, developers, practitioners as well as researchers from diverse fields to use their knowledge and make some prototype related to Artificial Intelligence.

RULES:
● It is a single round event.
● The team can comprise maximum 2 participants.
● The team should Implement a Novel working model based on Artificial Intelligence Techniques.
● Each team will be given maximum 20 minutes to present and demonstrate the working of the model and to handle the questions from the audience.
● The model as a whole should not be purchased/downloaded from the internet.

EVALUATION CRITERIA:
The evaluation will be done on the basis of innovative ideas used for the theme, Communication skills and the ability to answer audience questions.

EVENT DATE AND TIME:

PARTICIPATION FEE:
Rs. 500/- per team

CASH PRIZES:
1st Price 3000
2nd Price 2000
3rd Price 1000

FACULTY COORDINATOR:
Ms. ANJUM: +918588871190

STUDENT VOLUNTEERS:
1. Mr. Gautam Kumar Choudhary – 7632814805
2. Mr. Amir – 9149750853

Battle with Bytes

ABOUT EVENT:

To test the basic concepts, programming and bug finding skills of participants using C and C++ language.

RULES:
● Only individual participation is allowed.
● Round 1: In this round there will be 30 MCQ questions based on basic concept and output finding in C , C++ language. Students passing the first round will be promoted to the second round. Passing cut-off marks will be decided on the spot. Time-limit for this round will be 20 mins.
● Round 2: Participants qualifying in the first round will now go for the second round for Debugging. Debugging will be of 20 mins consisting of 15 questions.
JUDGING CRITERIA:
● Judgment in each round will be based upon the calculation of marks of correctly answered questions.
● Any participant using the internet, mobile phone or involved in any form of indecent activity will be immediately disqualified.
● The decisions of organizers will be final and binding.

EVENT DATE AND TIME:

PARTICIPATION FEE:
Rs. 500/- per person.

CASH PRIZES:
1st Prize: Rs. 3000
2nd Prize: Rs. 2000
3rd Prize: Rs. 1000

FACULTY COORDINATOR:
Ms. Vishakha Agarwal +91-8887691553

STUDENT COORDINATORS:
1. Avinash Kashyap Ojha – CSE 3rd Year – 8227922457
2. Gautam Chaudhary – CSE 3rd Year – 9341124078
3. Palak Rehan – CSE 2nd Year – 6006621197
4. Anchal Kumari – CSE 2nd Year – 7061216295

Lane Gaming

ABOUT THE EVENT:

True computer geek loves one thing the most – Games. So, Register yourself and compete with all the game lovers in COUNTER STRIKE 1.6 and NFS MOST WANTED to show others the power of your fingers, unleash your skills in the battle field and beat them with your speed.

GENERAL RULES:
These rules apply to everyone attending. They can be changed without notice.
1. You are responsible for your actions and equipment. We are not liable for anything that happens to you and your equipment.
2. Do not attempt to steal items from the event or anyone else, legal consequences will be there.
3. Cheating is an offence. Doing so may lead to disqualification.
4. Do not bring any type of hacks/viruses/etc. to the event.
5. Listen to those in charge.
6. We reserve the right to remove anyone from premises for any reason we deemed fit.

GAME 1: Counter Strike 1.6

Counter-Strike is an objective-based, multiplayer tactical first-person shooter. Two opposing teams-the Terrorists and the Counter Terrorists-compete in game modes to complete objectives, such as securing a location to plant or defuse a bomb and rescuing or guarding hostages. At the end of each round, players are rewarded based on their individual performance with in-game currency to spend on more powerful weapons in subsequent rounds.

DEFINITIONS:

Offense: Terrorist Side
Defence: Counter-Terrorist Side
Round: One 1 minute 45 second cycle on a map
Half: 6 rounds of play on a defending or offensive side
Half time: The period between halves in which teams swap sides
Match: First team to win 7 total rounds, or the single overtime round
Overtime: In the case of a 6-6 score at the end of regulation play, 3 overtime rounds will be played. The start money for each team will be set at $10,000 per player for overtime.

GAME FORMAT:

Competition Method: 5 vs. 5
Players: 10 total (5 on each team)
Rounds: 12 rounds for regulation play
Max Rounds Format: 6 rounds as Offense and 6 rounds as Defence per team until the victory condition is met
Victory Condition: The first team to win 6rounds in regulation or the team that wins the overtime period.
Buy Time: 15 seconds
Start Money: $800 for regulation play, $10,000 for overtime periods
Freeze Time: 15 seconds
C4 Timer: 35 seconds
Spectate: Spectate is OFF, fade to block is ON.
Friendly Fire: OFF

MAP POOL:
1. de_dust2
2. de_inferno
3. de_nuke
4. de_train
*The map pool may be changed prior to the tournament. Players will be informed of any such changes as soon as possible

RULES:

1. 1st round will be knife round. The winner of the knife round picks the side they want to play first (CT or T).
2. Automatic snipers (D3/Au-1, Krieg-550), tactical shield, SG- 552, SG-550, Scout, G3SG/1 are strictly not allowed.
3. Team messages are allowed.
4. If disconnection occurs during a match then scores till the last round will continue and starting money will be decided by the organizers.
5. Playing with fewer than 5 players in any match is permitted with captain’s agreement.
6. Under no circumstances are silent or unreachable bomb plants allowed; whether accidentally or intentionally.
7. Non-standard game settings or third party applications that affect game play are not permitted. Players found using either will be penalized at the administrators´ discretion.
8. Crouch hopping will not be allowed.
9. Flashbang exploits – No flashbang exploits will be allowed.
10. Use of any unapproved textures or models – Only default CS 1.6 models will be allowed

RULE CHANGES:

The Administrators reserve the right to modify the rules as needed. This includes changes due to software updates or releases, event organizer decisions and all other changes deemed necessary to run a successful tournament. Teams are responsible to check the rules on a regular basis and prior to the event to ensure they are in complete compliance. Teams must understand that rules listed are guidelines to ensure fair and competitive play and are subject to interpretation by the administrators based on the spirit of the game.

EVENT DATE AND TIME:
* March 2023 (Full Day)

PARTICIPATION FEE:
Rs. 500/- per Team

CASH PRIZES:
1st Prize: Rs. 3000

FACULTY COORDINATOR:
Abhishek Chandra +91-7004176975
STUDENT COORDINATOR:
Anubhav Singh 8429627901
Aniket Kumar 7488721957

Game 2: Need for Speed Most Wanted (2005)

Need for Speed: Most Wanted is an open world racing game developed by Criterion Games and published by Electronic Arts. In the game, players take part in illegal street races across Most Wanted setting, utilizing a variety of licensed real-world cars (available at the time of the game’s development and release) that can be upgraded and customized with new parts while contending with the involvement of the police in their efforts to impede the player.

RULES:

Game Version: NFS Most Wanted 1.3
Competition Method: 1 vs. 1
Game Type: Circuit

Host, client will be announced before the match or decided by coin toss. (Only for LAN Tournament)
At the end of each match, players must maintain the final screens and receive confirmation from a referee.
Winning a race: The winner of a race is the first player to complete 5 laps of the circuit course and cross the finish line.
Graphic settings such as motion blur¡± can be set using external utilities.
The use of Porsche GT and BMW M3 are NOT allowed.

Car Settings:

Visual Upgrade allowed.
Part, Performance (Pro, Super Pro, Ultimate) allowed, Junkman not allowed
Personal save files are NOT allowed.
Cars may be tuned before racing each course.

Game Settings:

Courses: Diamond, Dunwich Bay, Heritage Heights, Bay Bridge, East Park
The Course selection may be changed prior to the tournament. Players will be informed of any such changes before the tournament.
Race Mode Options: Circuit
Track Direction: Forward
LAPS: 2
N20: OFF
Collision Detection: Off
Performance Matching: Off
Min Num. Players: 2

Player Options:

Game Moment Camera: Off
Car Damage: Off
Rearview Mirror: Player’s own discretion
Units: Player’s own discretion

Disconnect:

Disconnection: Any disconnection of the connection between match players due to System, Network, PC, and/or Power problems/issues
Intentional Disconnection: Upon judgment by the referee, any offending player will be charged with a loss by forfeit
When any disconnection occurs:
If the disconnection is deemed to be unintentional by the referee, the match will be restarted. If any player does not agree to a match restart, that player will lose by default.

Penalty for Unfair Play:

Unfair play
Use of any cheat program
Intentional disconnection
Use of any settings exceeding standard and permitted settings
If the match is disrupted due to unnecessary chatting, the player may be given a warning or lose by default at the referee’s sole discretion.
Upon discovery of any player committing any violations regarded as unfair play, that player will be disqualified from the tournament.
During the course of any match, the operations staff and/or referee may determine other actions to be unfair play at any time.
Two warnings constitute being disqualified from the tournament.

RULE CHANGES:

The Administrators reserve the right to modify the rules as needed. This includes changes due to software updates or releases, event organizer decisions and all other changes deemed necessary to run a successful tournament. Teams are responsible to check the rules on a regular basis and prior to the event to ensure they are in complete compliance. Teams must understand that rules listed are guidelines to ensure fair and competitive play and are subject to interpretation by the administrators based on the spirit of the game.

EVENT DATE AND TIME:
* March 2023 (Full Day)

PARTICIPATION FEE:
Rs. 500/- per participant

CASH PRIZES:
1st Prize: Rs. 3000

FACULTY COORDINATOR:
Abhishek Chandra – 7004176975

STUDENT COORDINATOR:
Anubhav Singh – 8429627901
Aniket Kumar – 7488721957

Meta Mania

ABOUT THE EVENT:
To test the basic concepts of finance management, virtual trading, money investment using simulator NeoStox.

RULES:
Only individual participation is allowed.
Round 1: In this round there will be initial virtual money of 100000 rs in the player account and the duration is 3 days . Players will have to invest their money in different companies and stocks. At the end of the 3rd day profit or loss will be calculated .
You can take help from search engines to find which company/ stock you should invest in.

JUDGING CRITERIA:
Winners will be decided by profit earned by the player.
The decisions of organizers will be final and binding.

EVENT DATE AND TIME:

PARTICIPATION FEE:
Rs. 500/- per person.

CASH PRIZES:
1st Prize: Rs. 3000
2nd Prize: Rs. 2000
3rd Prize: Rs. 1000

FACULTY COORDINATOR:
Ms. Surabhi Purwar +91-8318762903

STUDENT COORDINATORS:
1. Abhishek kayal – CSE 3rd Year – 9310708784
2. Ravi Sharma – CSE 3rd Year – 9315567013
3. Julkar Nain – CSE 2nd Year – 8082882315
4. Khushi – CSE 2nd Year – 9315501479

Tech Toons

ABOUT THE EVENT:

The competition is focused on the technical theme, which covers the role, influence, benefits, and concerns about advancements in technologies in various fields.
The main idea behind organizing the competition is to develop creativity and improve the artistic skills of students. Nowadays, the concept of learning from scitoons has been greatly embraced. The competition is to create the best cartoon depiction of recent advancements, impacts, and utilization of technologies globally.

RULES:
1. The competition is open to individuals (No team participation).
2. Single-round competition of 120 minutes (On the spot).
3. Cartoons can be drawn manually black and white or coloured.
4. The cartoon must be on a technical theme and can use words or phrases for the presentation.
5. The Copyright Act should not be violated, and plagiarized cartoons should be disqualified.

EVALUATION/JUDGING CRITERIA:
Uniqueness and originality of the cartoon.
Creativity and theme orientation.
Clarity, neatness, presentation, and the overall impression of the art piece.

INFORMATION FOR PARTICIPANTS
Participants should carry their own drawing sheet, color, and all the necessary stationery items.
The size of the sheet must be A3.

EVENT DATE AND TIME:

PARTICIPATION FEE:
● Rs. 500/- per team

CASH PRIZES:
● 1st Prize: Rs. 3000
● 2nd Prize: Rs. 2000
● 3rd Prize: Rs. 1000

FACULTY COORDINATOR:
● Mr. Mayank Saxena +91-9557023015

STUDENT COORDINATOR:
● Mansi Singh (BT 3rdyear) +91-9315407951
● Vishal Verma (CSE 3rd year) +91-9354088442
● Chhavi Pathania (BT 2nd year) +91-7383057729
● Devanshu Gond (BT 2nd year) +91-8318861911
● Sejal Mishra (BT 2nd year) +91-9355150695

Best Out of Waste

ABOUT THE EVENT:

“Best out of waste” is an event under the IGNITE 23. Technical Festival organized by the IILM UNIVERSITY Greater Noida to highlighting the importance of 3R’s i.e. REDUCE, RECYCLE and REUSE for a better future.

RULES:
1. First 20 entries will be considered. However, the committee reserves the right of any increment in number if desired.
2. A team should consist of a minimum 2 members and a maximum of 3 members.
3. A total time of 2 hours will be provided. The participants have to make the working model in the said duration only.
4. ONLY waste material should be used. However, stationary items like Fevicol, Scissors, Stapler, Tape etc. are allowed.
5. Some of the required waste material can be provided to the team. Though, the participants need to bring their own Waste Material. But use of partial, whole or readymade models and any other unfair means will directly lead to disqualification.
6. Each member of the team must contain the identity card of his/her respected institute.
7. Faculty-coordinators have all the rights to take final decisions for any matter during the event.
8. Reporting Time is 9:00 AM.

EVALUATION/JUDGING CRITERIA:
1. Eco-friendly: Minimum harm in atmosphere
2. Theme/Design: Ability to develop and present in the form of an object.
3. No. of waste material used: Optimum use of waste material.
4. Presentation: Detail of the materials used and proper functional explanation of the design.
5. Utility: For a sustainable coexisting ecosystem.

EVENT DATE AND TIME:
● 23rd March to 25th March 2023

PARTICIPATION FEE:
● Rs. 500/- per team

CASH PRIZES:
● 1st Prize: Rs. 6000
● 2nd Prize: Rs. 3000
● 3rd Prize: Rs. 1000

FACULTY COORDINATOR:
● Priyanka Yadav +91-9015463790

STUDENT COORDINATOR:
● Saurabh +91 97617 81717 (BT 3rd Yr)
● Pragya Upadhyay +91 91197 24727 (BT 3rd Yr)
● Lashika +91 83868 43761 (BT 2nd Yr)
● Paras +91 93291 83197 (BT 2nd Yr)
● Zoya (BT 2nd Yr)

Kodachrome

ABOUT THE EVENT:

‘Photography’ is a powerful means of expression that showcases the current scenario as well as the ability to positively impact society about a subject. This photo competition seeks dynamic, creative and progressive captures that convey the beauty and importance of “Technology for Good” and humankind’s relation to it. So, join us to showcase your photography skills and win exciting prizes.

RULES:
1. Only Individual participants are allowed.
2. The photographs must be related to the theme, i.e., Technology for Good
3. The photographs must be submitted to the organiser in print format (A4 or 12”X18”)
4. Photos must be accompanied by caption
5. By participating in the competition, the participants agree to allow the organizer to use their photographs in fest.

EVALUATION/JUDGING CRITERIA:
1. The winners and images for the competition will be selected based upon creativity and the caption of capture.
2. The decision of the organizers in declaring the results shall be final and binding. No queries in this regard will be entertained.
3. Plagiarism is strictly prohibited, in case anyone found indulged in plagiarism will be disqualified immediately.

EVENT DATE AND TIME:
● 23rd March to 25th March 2023

PARTICIPATION FEE:
● Rs. 500/- per team

CASH PRIZES:
● 1st Prize: Rs. 3000
● 2nd Prize: Rs. 2000
● 3rd Prize: Rs. 1000

FACULTY COORDINATOR:
● Dr. Saumya Pandey +91-9509459195; +91-8319808426

STUDENT COORDINATOR:
● Tushar Saxena (BT-2nd Year) +91-6350042092
● Harsh Tiwari (BT-2nd Year) +91-7071823610

Creative Expression

ABOUT THE EVENT:

As a species, we are all naturally creative and crave personal expression. Creative expression is the ability to use our minds and imaginations to create something that represents ourselves. People of all ages, backgrounds, and walks of life benefit from the creative process. Creativity helps us relate to each other, address obstacles and challenges in our lives, and even remember how to play! It can be difficult to authentically express who we are, but creative expression helps us open to new possibilities. Creative expression is, “the language that lives in the heart and the spirit.”

RULES:

The event has 2 categories:

Decorative Product Category
● Handmade products/Handicrafts-Photo frame, bags, pen holder/stand, jewellery, glass craft, woodcraft
● Product from waste material like newspaper, ice cream sticks, plastic bottles, cans, and other leftover material
● Decorated pottery item
● Candles/Diya’s

Food Product Category
● Fast food items/Ready to eat
● Baked items-cakes/pastries
● Mocktails and drinks

1. Every team should have 2-5 members.
2. One team can participate only in one single category of product.
3. One stall will be provided to each team.
4. Only one member is allowed to participate from a single team i.e., multiple participation from a team is not allowed.
5. Each member should have different responsibility for marketing, selling, product designing/describing etc.
6. Every team should have at least one member for selling, one for advertisement to attract customers.
7. The team which sells most of the items and earns more revenue will be declared as the winner.
8. First come first serve rule is applied to those who are registering in the similar category.
9. The authenticity of the product, its services and price will be first judged by the head coordinators.
10. Every team should have one representative who will manage his/her team.

PRICING RULE
The maximum cost of the product can be its 40% selling price.
Only products up to Rs 250 are allowed for selling.
The final decision related to price is reserved in case of any discrepancy.

CONSTRAINTS
No fireworks or stove is allowed in the competition
Only electrical equipment like induction, microwave is allowed.
Wastage of product will not be acceptable under any circumstances.
Only recycled wrapping is allowed. Use of poly bags is prohibited.
Cleanliness around the stall is necessary.
Participants involved in the Food product category should wear gloves and head cap while handling food items.
We reserve the right to remove any participating team if they do not comply with our rules and regulations.

EVENT DATE AND TIME:
24th March 2023 (11:00-1:00 p.m.)

PARTICIPATION FEE:
Rs. 500/- per team

CASH PRIZES:
1st Prize: Rs. 3000
2nd Prize: Rs. 2000
3rd Prize: Rs. 1000

FACULTY COORDINATOR:
Ms. Priyanka Singh +91-9643646216

STUDENT COORDINATOR:
Anushka Verma +91-9971705889 BT-3rd year
Yashi Dwivedi +91-9351276833 BT-3rd year
Thota Sravani +91-8510067076 BT-2nd year
Shreya Sneh +91-8294064638 BT-2nd year
Yash +91-9302777641 BT-2nd year

Model Presentation (Sr. Level)

ABOUT EVENT:

A Model presentation (for non-working models only) is an effective way of representing and describing an innovative idea. Now a day’s lots of different technologies are available for implementing an innovative ideas. Every student has a different thinking capacity and area of interest. This is an opportunity to exercise their technical mind. Model presentation is a unique competition where students are encouraged to convert their ideas into models (non-working) & also understand the difficulties which arrive during its practical implementation. Also, by interacting with students of different institutes they will understand many different prospective. This is a chance to apply all the theoretical engineering knowledge that has been taught in the classrooms. So, we are providing a platform to demonstrate a model-making talent for students. This competition is useful for UG/PG students of various streams.

RULES*:
1) A model along with a SELF-EXPLANATORY POSTER should be presented at the event.
2) The model should be related to ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY.
3) There should be a maximum of THREE members in a group.
4) The core idea should be NOVEL and INNOVATIVE.
5) Focus should be on giving a simple and inexpensive solution to a problem. However, it is not a necessary condition for participation.
6) The teams have to register themselves to participate in the event.
7) Entries shall include a submitted “Model Presentation Completion” Faculty Approval Form in their Registration Packet completed by a faculty member stating that he/she has approved the Model presentation and concurs with its submission.
8) The shortlisted candidates will be required to present the working principle along with a demonstration of the model and then it will be followed by a questions-answers session.
9) Best two groups will be rewarded with certificates and prize money.
10) The participant can be from any department.
11) Certificates will be given to all the participants.
12) Each member of the team must contain the identity card of his/her respective institute.
*Rules may be subject to change.

LIST OF TOPICS:
Some of the topics are listed below for reference; however, a team can make a model on
any engineering-related topic:

1) Nanotechnology
2) Bio-Diversity
3) Environmental Pollution
4) Conceptual Designing
5) Customized product
6) Traffic System
7) Fog Diffuser
8) Quad Copter/ Drone
9) Firewalls
10) Library system
11) Detection of Earthquake
12) Forest fire detection.

JUDGING CRITERIA:
1. Participants will be judged on the basis of the novelty of the idea, its benefit to society, and the presentation of the concept.
2. The decision of the organizers in declaring the results will be final. No queries in this regard will be entertained.
3. Unethical behavior could lead to disqualification. Faculty coordinators have all the rights to take final decisions for any matter during the event.

EVENT DATE AND TIME:

REGISTRATION FEE:
Rs. 500/- per team

CASH PRIZES:
1st Prize: Rs. 6000
2nd Prize: Rs. 3000
3rd Prize:1000

FACULTY COORDINATOR:
Dr. Rashmi Prabha Singh: +91 7011395997

STUDENT COORDINATORS:
Md Shadman :+91 88588 02703
Abhishek Dubey: +91 73027 27383

Team Members:
Yash Tripathi – 7905096739
Astha chaturvedi – 8287324258
Pranjay Gupta – 8726257719

Model Presentation (Jr. Level)

ABOUT EVENT

A Model presentation is an effective way of representing and describing an innovative idea. Nowadays lots of different technologies are available for implementing an innovative idea. Every student has a different thinking capacity and area of interest. This is an opportunity to exercise their technical mind.
Model presentation is a unique competition where students are encouraged to convert their ideas into models & also understand the difficulties which arrive during its practical implementation. Also, by interacting with students of different institutes they will understand many different perspectives. This is a chance to apply all the theoretical engineering knowledge that has been taught in the classrooms. So, we are providing a platform to demonstrate model making talent for students. This competition is useful for UG/PG students of various streams.

RULES
1. A model along with a SELF EXPLANATORY POSTER should be presented at the event.
2. The model should be related to Science.
3. There should be a maximum THREE members in a group.
4. The core idea should be NOVEL and INNOVATIVE.
5. Focus should be on giving a simple and inexpensive solution to a problem. However,
6. it is not a necessary condition for participation.
7. The teams have to register themselves to participate in the event.
8. The shortlisted candidates will be required to present working principle along with
9. demonstration of the model and then it will be followed by a questions-answers session.
10. Best three groups will be rewarded with the certificates and prize money.
11. The participant can be of any department.
12. Certificates will be given to all the participants.
13. Each member of the team must contain the identity card of his/her respected institute.

LIST OF TOPICS:
Some of the topics are listed below for the reference; however, a team can make a model on
any engineering related topic:
1. Nanotechnology
2. Biodiversity
3. Environmental Pollution
4. Conceptual Designing
5. Customized product
6. Traffic System
7. Fog Diffuser
8. QuadCopter/ Drone
9. Firewalls
10. Library system
11. Detection of Earthquake
12. Forest fire detection.

JUDGING CRITERIA:
1. Participants will be judged on the basis of novelty of idea, benefit to society and presentation of concept.
2. The decision of the organizers in declaring the results will be final. No queries in this regard will be entertained.
3. Unethical behaviour could lead to disqualification. Faculty-coordinators have all the
rights to take final decisions for any matter during the event.

EVENT DATE AND TIME:

PARTICIPATION FEE:
NIL

CASH PRIZES:
● 1st Prize: Rs. 5000
● 2nd Prize: Rs. 2000
● 3rd Prize: Rs. 1000

FACULTY COORDINATOR:
● Dr. Garima Gupta: 8447359822

STUDENT COORDINATORS:
● Tushar: 7425829646
● Vaishalee: 7689980236

Psyche-Shot

Psyche-ShotThe World through my Lens
ABOUT THE EVENT:

Greetings from the Department of Psychology, IILM University, Greater Noida!
We are happy to invite you to our Annual Fest Ignite to be held on the 23rd to 25th of March 2023 at the IILM University, Greater Noida.
When words fail to communicate, a simple photograph illuminates the way. So, come, share your dream, emotions, feelings, and understanding about the world around you in a form that has no barrier and set the stage ablaze with passion.
Psyche-Snap is a photography competition followed by a short monologue about the image. We would really love to have your presence and are looking forward to your active participation. Participate and get innovative at the moment. All photography enthusiasts are invited to register and be a part of this event!

RULES:
● Individual/Group Event (Maximum 3 members)
► Photos must be original and should not be edited using any software.
► The photograph should not be from google or any website source.
► Color/ black and white photos are allowed
► The event consists of two rounds
• Participants have to submit the photograph in a given time period.
• Allowed to explore the campus and click the image
• They will have the entire 1st day to click pictures and submit it by 4:00 pm.in a given link.
● The files must be submitted in a JPEG Format only
● One participant can submit two photographs. Only one image per photographer will be considered for final judgment. Caption should be given for the photograph in a separate word file (not in photograph)
● Can use any gadget to capture the image (camera/mobile)
● Each digital photo file should contain the photographer’s name, the name of the school and also date & time.
● Entries will be judged by the experts and all decisions are final.
● Shortlisted participants will present their image in 2nd round with poem/monologues/story
● The photographs may be used by the University for display or publication purposes, but when used so, credits to the photographer shall be given

EVALUATION/JUDGING CRITERIA:
1. Image appearance
2. Thought behind the image (Caption)
3. Content of your scrip
4. *The decision of the organizers in declaring the results will be final. No queries in this regard will be entertained.

EVENT DATE AND TIME:
23 & 24th March 2023 (at the end of Talent Show)

PARTICIPATION FEE:
Rs. 500/- per team

CASH PRIZES:
1st Prize: Rs. 3000
2nd Prize: Rs.1500
3rd Prize: Rs. 1000

FACULTY COORDINATOR:
Dr. Dipti Pandey: +91-9560036808
Ms Aditi Gupta: +919971728837

STUDENT COORDINATOR:
Mr. Shrikanth MKS : +917827452210
Ms. Priya Dwivedi: +917217683848

AD-MAD Show

ABOUT THE EVENT:
Group of students will be asked to create a marketing plan including creating a full-fledged creative campaign. Students have to present a conceptual ad of either a product or a service. Students will act out a TV/radio script and present ideas relevant on creating social awareness, etc.

RULES:
1. Maximum participation 4-5 person per team.
2. First round (screening round) pen/paper submission of the idea to the organising Team.
3. Requirement of the logistics should be given to the Organising team in prior. (Kindly note common logistics can only be provided.)
4. AD- MAD show will be organised in Auditorium.
5. There should be no exposure to biasness against any caste or community or religion through your performance.
6. Use of vulgar expression and language will lead to disqualification of the team
7. The topics for the Ad Mad Show will be given on the spot
8. Each team will have 15 minutes for the preparation
9. Participants will have a maximum 10 minutes to present/perform the idea.

EVALUATION/JUDGING CRITERIA:
1. Content-information, Awareness and Humour
2. Spontaneity/ expressions /Acting/ fluency
3. Appeal of the Advertisement
4. Overall Script and Play
5. Logo, jingle, product name/ company name and Punch line

EVENT DATE AND TIME:
23rd to 25th March 2023

PARTICIPATION FEE:
Rs. 500/- per team

CASH PRIZES:
1st Prize: Rs. 3000
2nd Prize: Rs. 2000
3rd Prize: Rs. 1000

FACULTY COORDINATOR:
Prof. Sadhna Gaur +91-9315359697
Prof. Anshika Rajvanshi +91-9312584768

STUDENT COORDINATOR:

Innovation Challenge

The Idea – Round One
Individuals or teams will complete the online application. The application must include a cover page, one-page executive summary (one page), the business model canvas (one page), and up to five pages of additional materials explaining the different areas of the business model canvas (see below) or other related supporting information. Application should be sent @ sandeep.kumar@iilm.edu . The description of your idea should include the following:

General description of the good or service
● Apparent need for the product
● The potential value gained by all potential customers and/or society
● Uniqueness and features of the product or service
● The projected addressable market size
● Plausibility of the financial case

The business model canvas should address the following areas:
● Customer Segments
● Value Proposition(s)
● Communication, Distribution, and Sales Channels
● Customer Relationships
● Revenue Streams
● Key Resources
● Key Activities
● Key Partnerships
● Cost Structure

Judges will evaluate all submissions and select finalists that qualify for advancement. Only finalists will be allowed to participate in the presentation round.

The Presentation – Round Two
The finalists will make a two-minute presentation to a panel of judges. This will be followed by a three-minute question and answer period. The presentation should be a synopsis of the enterprise with the goal to persuade the panel to invest time, energy, or resources toward the contestant’s idea. In other words, the presentation should clearly demonstrate why your idea provides value to its potential customers and/or society, could become a viable business and should be the winner of the division.

Judging Criteria:

The Idea of Evaluation Criteria
● General description of the good or service
● Apparent need for the product
● The potential value gained by the potential customers and/or society
● Uniqueness and features of the product
● The projected addressable market size
● Plausibility of the financial case

Business Model Evaluation Criteria
● Detailed description of the good or service
● Clarified need for the product
● The quantifiable value gained by all stakeholders
● The competitive advantage that can be gained by the enterprise
● The total addressable market size and evident market opportunity
● Ability to protect one’s intellectual property
● Realism of the financial case including profit potential and funding requirements
● Viability of the management team

Presentation Evaluation Criteria
● Quality and persuasiveness of the oral presentation
● Level of professionalism
● Quality of responses during the questions and answer portion of the presentation

EVENT DATE AND TIME:
23rd to 25th March 2023

PARTICIPATION FEE:
Rs. 500/- per team

CASH PRIZES:
1st Prize: Rs. 6000
2nd Prize: Rs. 3000
3rd Prize: Rs. 1000

FACULTY COORDINATOR:
Dr. Sandeep Kumar +91-9669498076

STUDENT COORDINATORS:
Gaurav Jaiswal +91-7985377055
Bhavesh Ramteke +91-8962416585

Mock Parliament

ABOUT THE EVENT:
MOCK PARLIAMENT “Battle with Words”
Mock Parliament is a simulation of the parliamentary proceedings of the legislature based upon the Indian Parliamentary system. It has been established to promote the activities of community service programs and to advocate social or political change.
The aim is to promote India Amongst Indian. It is the place where legislators structure policies, frame laws, and discuss and debate issues that affect the lives of trillions. It seeks to enhance and strengthen the socio-political fabric of our country.
Over the years the event has witnessed a host of luminaries from all walks of life, It supports the concept of assembling, arguing, and assessing.
It further strengthens Democracy along with the Growth & sustenance of Democratic institutions through deliberation and simulations. It is a rewarding, memorable, enjoyable, and informative experience for everyone, the one who participates, as well as every spectator

RULES:
● Students enrolled for either 3 years or 5 years Law courses and Other Degree Students (including B.Tech, BBA, MBA, BCA, B.A(Hons.) shall be eligible to participate.
● Registrations are limited. It will be considered a first come first serve basis.
● There is no limitation for the number of participants from a single institution/College/University.
● English/Hindi are allowed in the proceedings of the parliament.
● The participants shall report to the venue hall at least 1 hour prior to the event.
● It is imperative that all team members must possess a valid college ID which must be presented at the time of registration.
● Compliance with Formal Dressing is mandatory. However, the Participants are also free to dress up as any leading political leader as well.
● The roles to each participant would be allotted by the Event Coordinators. Preference will be given according to the previous experience and competence of each participant.
● Participants should seek confirmation of their registration prior to the event.
● Participants creating any kind of interdisciplinary activities shall be disqualified at the discretion of the judges/Speaker.
● The participants should show utmost respect to the chair, Maintain the decorum and dignity of the house.
● They should abide by the decision of the chair and should have faith in his impartiality and judgment.
● The participants are encouraged to tap the desk in agreement.

EVALUATION/JUDGING CRITERIA:
● Participants shall be evaluated on the basis of their Arguments, Confidence, Attire, Presentation Skills etc.
● Points will be deducted for using any unparliamentary words while the house is in session.
● The decision of the Judges in declaring the results will be final. No queries in this regard will be entertained.
● Any participant found to be indulging in any form of malpractice will be immediately disqualified.

EVENT DATE AND TIME:
23rd March 2023

PARTICIPATION FEE:
Rs. 500/- per participant

CASH PRIZES:
1st Prize: Rs. 5000
2nd Prize: Rs. 3000
3rd Prize: Rs. 2000

FACULTY COORDINATOR:
Mr. Paras Yadav +91-8287736946
Mr. Rachit Sharma +91-8860471300

STUDENT COORDINATORS:
Anshra Zafar +91-8439844670 (Convener)
Madhuresh Sharma +91-9368441049 (Co-Convener)
Utkarsh Kumar Satyam +91-9304558823 (Secretary)
Lavanya +91-8178061486 (Vice Secretary)

Poster Presentation

ABOUT THE EVENT:
The objective behind the organisation of poster presentation is to bring out the creative expression of students and to gauge their knowledge and awareness of various trends in Commerce & Management. The aim of the Poster Presentation Competition is not just to judge the students based on their creative aspects but also to trigger thought processes among the students towards recent trends in the field of Commerce & Management.

THEME:
Sustainability

RULES:
1. Maximum participation 1-2 person per team.
2. Each Team can post only one Poster.
3. Students will bring all the material by themselves
4. Student should explain their posters in English Language only
5. Poster should not contain any personal details like Name, Class etc.
6. The poster must be made on the A3 size (11.7 * 16.5 inches) sheet with margins (0.5 inches) drawn with black pen/marker.
7. Poster can be made using pencil, crayon, watercolour, oil paint, etc. Photographs, wires, other
8. 3D objects, print-outs won’t be acceptable.
9. It should be original and handmade.
10. The Topic of the poster and theme should be clearly mentioned at the Top Margin of the Poster.

VENUE:
Vivekanand Hall H Block

EVALUATION/JUDGING CRITERIA:
1. Relevance to the theme.
2. Originality.
3. Artistic composition.
4. Creativity.
5. Message conveyed by the poster.
6. Effectiveness in communicating the intended message.

EVENT DATE AND TIME:
23rd to 25th March 2023

PARTICIPATION FEE:
Rs. 500/- per team

CASH PRIZES:
1stPrize: Rs. 3000
2ndPrize: Rs. 2000
3rdPrize: Rs. 1000

FACULTY COORDINATOR:
Prof Sadhna Gaur +91-9315359697
Dr. Anshika Rajvanshi +91-9312584768

STUDENT COORDINATOR:

Brand Whiz

ABOUT THE EVENT:
The objective behind the organisation of poster presentation is to bring out the creative expression of students and to gauge their knowledge and awareness of various trends in Commerce & Management. The aim of the Poster Presentation Competition is not just to judge the students based on their creative aspects but also to trigger thought processes among the students towards recent trends in the field of Commerce & Management.

THEME:
Sustainability

RULES:
1. Maximum participation 1-2 person per team.
2. Each Team can post only one Poster.
3. Students will bring all the material by themselves
4. Student should explain their posters in English Language only
5. Poster should not contain any personal details like Name, Class etc.
6. The poster must be made on the A3 size (11.7 * 16.5 inches) sheet with margins (0.5 inches) drawn with black pen/marker.
7. Poster can be made using pencil, crayon, watercolour, oil paint, etc. Photographs, wires, other
8. 3D objects, print-outs won’t be acceptable.
9. It should be original and handmade.
10. The Topic of the poster and theme should be clearly mentioned at the Top Margin of the Poster.

VENUE:
Vivekanand Hall H Block

EVALUATION/JUDGING CRITERIA:
1. Relevance to the theme.
2. Originality.
3. Artistic composition.
4. Creativity.
5. Message conveyed by the poster.
6. Effectiveness in communicating the intended message.

EVENT DATE AND TIME:
23rd to 25th March 2023

PARTICIPATION FEE:
Rs. 500/- per team

CASH PRIZES:
1stPrize: Rs. 3000
2ndPrize: Rs. 2000
3rdPrize: Rs. 1000

FACULTY COORDINATOR:
Prof Sadhna Gaur +91-9315359697
Dr. Anshika Rajvanshi +91-9312584768

STUDENT COORDINATOR:

Debate

ABOUT THE EVENT:
A topic will be given to participants for a discussion or structured contest about an issue or a resolution. It is a formal debate will involve two sides: one supporting a resolution and one opposing it. A debate is bound by rules previously agreed upon. Debates will be judged in order to declare a winning side.

RULES:
1. Topic for the debate would be disclosed on the spot and not before.
2. Number of participants: Two participants per Team.
3. Time limit for Presentation 5+1 minute(s).
4. The team supporting the motion must not shift its point of view.
5. If a speaker makes a statement, they must be able to provide evidence or reasons to support the statement.
6. Facts presented in a debate must be accurate.
7. Speakers may not bring up new points in a rebuttal speech.

EVALUATION/JUDGING CRITERIA:
Content, presentation, language and argument

EVENT DATE AND TIME:
23rd to 25th March 2023

PARTICIPATION FEE:
Rs. 500/- per team

CASH PRIZES:
1st Prize: Rs. 3000
2ndPrize: Rs. 2000
3rdPrize: Rs. 1000

FACULTY COORDINATOR:
Dr. Gautam Srivastava +91-9910167341
Dr. Rajkishan Nair +91-9990057444

STUDENT COORDINATOR:

Selfi Contest

ABOUT EVENT:
A selfie is a self-portrait photograph. Photographic self-portraiture flourished in the 1970s. It was more prevalent with Space workers and gradually took the form of a way of expression on social media.

RULES:
Be sure to share photos on social media sites and stand a chance to win and getting featured on social media and website.

Here’s how to enter:
• Share your photos on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter using hashtag #IILMIGNITE23 and tag @iilmgreaternoidaofficial
• For bonus points, post your photos on the IGNITE web Page
• Contest will start at 9 am and close at 2 pm (23rd, 24th & 25th March 23).
• A winner will be selected based on the post likes of the entrants

Anybody can participate
No limits on the no. of participation and number of upload photographs
The winning picture will be decided by the number of likes on that picture.
The selfie has to be clicked during IGNITE in IILM University campus.

EVENT DATE AND TIME:
Both 23rd and 25th March 2023 (till 2pm of 25th March)

PARTICIPATION FEE:
Rs. 100/-

CASH PRIZE:
1st Prize- Rs 1,500/-
2nd Prize- Rs 1,000/-
3rd Prize- Rs 500/-

FACULTY COORDINATOR:
Ms. Priyanka Aggrawal +91-9999763649
Ms. Suparna Kapur +91-9469213049

STUDENT COORDINATOR:
Utsav +91-9142188383
Krishna +91-9336747959

Talent Show

Talent Show (Singing – Solo and Group, Dancing – Solo and Group, Comedy)

ABOUT THE EVENT:
A talent show is an event in which participants perform the arts of singing (Group and Solo), dancing (Group and Solo), comedy or other activities to showcase skills. Many talent shows are performances rather than contests, but some are actual contests.

RULES for Solo Singing:
1. The participants should bring their own musical instruments if required in the performance.
2. Choice of the song is open to the participants but the song should not have any slang or derogatory language

EVALUATION/JUDGING CRITERIA:
1. Song selection
2. Voice quality
3. Rhythm
4. Their appeal to the audience.

EVENT DATE AND TIME:
23rd to 25th March 2023

PARTICIPATION FEE:
Rs. 500/- per participant

CASH PRIZES:
1st Prize: Rs. 2500
2nd Prize: Rs. 1500
3rd Prize: Rs. 1000

RULES for Group Singing:
1. Group may have maximum 4 participants
2. Choice of the song is open to the participants but the song should not have any slang or derogatory language

EVALUATION/JUDGING CRITERIA:
1. song selection
2. voice quality
3. rhythm
4. Their appeal to the audience.

EVENT DATE AND TIME:
23rd to 25th March 2023

PARTICIPATION FEE:
Rs. 500/- per group

CASH PRIZES:
1st Prize: Rs. 2500
2nd Prize: Rs. 1500
3rd Prize: Rs. 1000

RULES for Solo Dancing:
1. Time limit is 2-3 minutes.
2. The participants are requested to bring two copy of their music to avoid technical disturbance. Out of which, they are also requested to submit one copy to the coordinator of the event.
3. Participants should get their own props. All props must be specified to the event coordinator.
4. Any obscene/offensive music/song is not allowed.
5. Choice of song is open to the participants.

EVALUATION/JUDGING CRITERIA:
1. Costumes
2. visual presentation
3. Dance form

EVENT DATE AND TIME:
23rd to 25th March 2023

PARTICIPATION FEE:
Rs. 500/- per participant

CASH PRIZES:
1st Prize: Rs. 2500
2nd Prize: Rs. 1500
3rd Prize: Rs. 1000

RULES for Group Dancing:
1. Time limit is 6-8 minutes for each performance.
2. Each team may have 4-8 members, including coordinators.
3. The participants are requested to bring two copy of their music to avoid technical disturbance. Out of which, they are also requested to submit one copy to the coordinator of the event.
4. Participants should get their own props. All props must be specified to the event coordinator.
5. Any obscene/offensive music/song is not allowed.
6. Choice of song is open to the participants.

EVALUATION/JUDGING CRITERIA:
1. Rhythm
2. Formation
3. Synchronization
4. Expressions
5. Costumes
6. Makeup
7. setup
8. Overall effects

EVENT DATE AND TIME:
23rd to 25th March 2023

PARTICIPATION FEE:
Rs. 500/- per group

CASH PRIZES:
1st Prize: Rs. 2500
2nd Prize: Rs. 1500
3rd Prize: Rs. 1000

RULES for Comedy:
1. Imitation of existing ideas, inappropriate & offensive content, and dirty jokes will lead to disqualification.
2. Participants will be judged based on content, fluency, presentation & sense of humor.
3. Time limit should not exceed more than 6 minutes.
3. Decision of the jury will be final.
4. The event is based on an individual’s creative thinking and skill judgment.
5. Shortlisted candidates for the final round will be required to perform live. in front of the jury panel and audience.
6. Shortlisted candidates should remember their jokes and should not stumble.
7. The event is based on an individual’s creative thinking and skill judgment.

EVALUATION/JUDGEMENT CRITERIA:
1. Time
2. Stage persona
3. Creative Material
4. Crowd Reaction
5. Memorization of Lines
6. Professionalism
7. Topic Choice

FACULTY COORDINATOR:
Dr. Rakhi Trivedi +91-9503067167
Dr. Diksha Panwar +919917895007

STUDENT COORDINATOR:
Zulkar Nain +91-8082882315
Kashish Agarwal +91-7248831739
Himanshu Sharma +91-8979445717
Shreya Pathak +91-8112445711

 

Fashion Show

The Fashion Show – Mosaic

ABOUT THE EVENT:
“Fashion is the armour to survive the reality of everyday life”. So here we are, presenting you a platform to express the language of fashion with style, swag, and originality. Prepare yourself to strut down the most awaited show of THE FASHION SHOW- MOSAIC, “IGNITE 2k23” which is in Style this season!

RULES:
● Minimum 6 and maximum 12 members in each team.
● Multiple entry per college is allowed.
● Theme based fashion show will be organized as

Theme Round
1. Team leader will first introduce the Theme.
2. Ramp Walk
3. Time Limit: 10-15 minutes performance which includes 2 minutes of setup time
4. Appropriateness of the outfit as per the group theme
5. Overall stylistic concept
6. Design concept and quality
7. Pattern construction
8. Vision of Creativity, Fashion Factor, Sound track and Craftsmanship
9. Group Theme

● The team leader is required to register on behalf of the entire team. There can only be one leader.
● The time restriction should be according to the Theme Round. Negative marking for exceeding time limit. One person per team must be there to manage the soundtrack and one for the lights.
● Teams must report at least 2-hour prior to the start of the event.
● Teams will be judged on the basis of theme, walking stance, costumes and attitude.
● No props and costumes will be provided by the Host University.Teams using any props / costume / dressing must bring all their requirements.
● Use of materials like candles, matches, cigarettes, alcohol, Water, Fire and animals or and hazardous materials in any form will not be allowed on the stage or on the ramp. Teams are required to contact organizers before using such stuff.
● One copy of the soundtrack to be submitted in advance in MP3 format and should be stored in Pen-Drive. The File name should be: – “<College Name><Event Name><Team Leader Name>IGNITE2023.
● Vulgarity of any kind would lead to disqualification of the team from the event. Hence, if the team feels that any act of costume design can be deemed as vulgar, it is strongly advised to consult organizers then perform it directly on stage.
● It is imperative that all team members must possess a valid college ID which must be presented at the time of registration.
● A green room would be provided for changing purposes.
● The organizers hold the right to change/modify rules on the day of the event.
● Decision of the judges will be final.
● It is the sole responsibility of the teams to regularly visit the website to take note of any changes.

EVALUATION/JUDGING CRITERIA:
Design – Theme Originality, Depiction of Theme, Designing, Attention towards details of Props and Accessories used
Models – Ramp walk, Poise, Overall Appearance, Personality & Attitude
Team – Choreography, Music and Narration, Coordination, Relevance to the theme, Overall Performance

EVENT DATE AND TIME:
25th March 2023 ; Timing: 12:30 PM to 2:00 PM

PARTICIPATION FEE:
Rs. 500/- per team

CASH PRIZES:
1st Prize: Rs. 6000
2nd Prize: Rs. 3000
3rd Prize: Rs. 1000

FACULTY COORDINATOR:
Dr. Rupinder Kaur +91-9462037845
Ms. Apoorva Jain +91-9829684912
Ms. Ekta Saraswat +91-8826887414

STUDENT COORDINATOR:
Ms. Kanishka Sharma +91-7065889202
Ms. Palak Rehan +91-6006621197
Mr. Gautam Choudhary +91-7632814805
Mr. Shivam Agarwal +91-7905714585

Battle of Bands

About The Event:
“Music expresses that which cannot be said and on which it is impossible to be silent.” So, to render you all with this wonderful opportunity of expressing your trues selves through music IILM UNIVERSITY is bringing forth an exceptional competition and we invite you all to be a part of  “BATTLE OF BANDS- MOSAIC, IGNITE 2023” and get ready to set the stage on fire.

Rules:
● Performance timing- 5-7 minutes.
● Instruments played – Guitar(max2), Drums/Clap box/Drum pad/Beatboxing, Keyboard.
● Songs should be non-abusive/non-controversial.
● Maximum participants in one team- 5-6 people.

Judging Criteria:
● Per extra 30 seconds, points will be deducted.
● Audience interaction – Make sure audience should enjoy your performance.
● Proper notes – Scale should match with the instrument.
● Proper tempo – Follow the rhythm and do not get divert from the beat.
● Song choice – Your songs should align with the aura of the concert.
● Presentation- Be confident while performing and well-dressed that should represent your music.

Event Date:
25/3/23, Time: – 6pm

Participation Fees:
Rs. 500

Cash prize:
1st Price – Rs. 6000
2nd Price – Rs. 3000
3rd Price – Rs. 1000

Maximum teams:
15

Faculty Coordinator:
Dr. Shivi Mittal – 8860135500
Dr. Nivedita Srivastava – 7860091101

Student coordinator:
Somil Kansal – 9412848676 (BBA 1st year)
Vanshika – 7566566238 (MBA 1st year)

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