RULES & REGULATIONS:
“Innovators’ Challenge 2019” competition is a program that jointly organized by ImbueDesk Educational Networking Solutions Pvt Ltd, Quesite services (OPC) Pvt Ltd, Literacy Helping Hands (NGO), Harsh Designs, Verlin Solutions, Fly Wheels & in supporting partner with “Telangana State Innovation Cell (TSIC)” and Balaji Institute Of Technology and Science - BITS Warangal.
2.1 To improve students’ practical skills and encourage creativity and innovation among students.
2.2 As a platform for students to contribute ideas and innovations to demonstrate their ability to create and discover something new.
2.3 To uncover the talent of students in research and development, invention and innovation
2.4 Gearing up to promote interest in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Education among young minds.
2.5 Develop and enhance students’ intellectual capacity with respect to rational, critical and creative thinking.
2.6 CAUSE: literacy Helping Hands as part of their fundraising activities, Percentage of funds generated in this event will be donated towards 14 Girl Children Education and Rural Literacy Development in Telangana.
3.1 Themes for the Event
3.2 Your project is to invent products/ tools to make our daily lives activities easier.
4.0 Conditions of Participation
4.1 This competition is open to students from age 13 to 23 in the year 2019.
4.2 A team should comprise 1 to 5 teammates.
4.3 Team members can be from the same college or different colleges too.
5.0 Competition Rules & Regulations
5.1 Project must be in accordance with the theme of the competition.
5.2 The Idea of the project must be original and not plagiarism.
5.3 Materials used for the project must be mentioned in the Article written. (Read Submission Format for more clarity).
5.4 Adaptation of improving existing products can be accepted as long as the improvement is totally new.
5.5 The idea of the project must be original and never commercialized, displayed or forwarded to the manufacturing sector.
5.6 Team must submit an article and video (maximum 2 minutes) demonstrating the project, further details clearly mentioned in “Submission Format.”
6.0 Judging Process.
6.1 First stage: Filter by Organizer
I. All proposals and videos will be verified/ inspect by the organizer to ensure that the registration meets the conditions of participation and the procedure of registration.
6.2 Second stage: Judging based on proposal and video.
I. All proposals and videos received will be evaluated by the judges’ panel. The judges panel will evaluate and select the project that meets the evaluation elements to compete in finals.
II. Assessment will be made based on the following criteria:
a. Level of originality, creativity, and innovative projects. – 10 points each
b. Level of usability and application projects in practical life. – 10 points
c. Level of Teamwork. – 10 points
d. Presentation – 10 points
e. Cost Factor – 0 to 5 points.
0 – if INR10,000/- & more is invested in building the project
1 – if INR 8,000/- – INR 9,999/- is invested in building the project
2 – If INR 6,000/- - INR 7,999/- is invested in building the project
3 - If INR 4,000/- - INR 5,999/- is invested in building the project
4 - If INR 2,000/- - INR 3,999/- is invested in building the project
5 - If INR 1/- - INR 1,999/- is invested in building the project
NO POINTS – for Computer-based (Software) Theme Projects in this category. (Software projects are judged by remaining criteria’s)
III. Successful entries to the finals will be announced through email, contact number given in the online form.
6.3 Final Stage: Evaluation based on presentation and demonstration
I. All finalists will make an exhibition and demonstration of their project on the competition day.
II. There will be a judging session. Projects will be evaluated by the judges’ panel based on presentation and demonstration on their projects.
III. During the presentation and demonstration of the project:
a. Participants will be provided with a table and chairs to exhibit and demonstrate their project.
b. Participants are given a time of 5 minutes to present and demonstrate their projects to the judges’ panel.
IV. Evaluation will be made based on the following criteria:
a. Level of originality, creativity and innovative projects.
b. Level of usability and application projects.
c. Level of engineering concept.
7.0 Steps to Register:
Registration must have complied with the following procedures:
8.0 Registration Fee:
INR 500/- per team. Each team can have 1-5 members.
9.0 Resources to Get Help:
Try your own resources to search and build a project. Make sure to get the project done as per the guidelines we have mentioned. All the very best for search
10.0 Submission Format:
Submission format is sent to all the registered teams to their respective emails clearly explaining the step-by-step simple process.
Winners will receive recognition as follows:
* - T&C apply as per the Government Rules and Organizing Team Regulations and 0052esources.
2. Theme Trophy- Top 3 from that particular theme + Trophy, medals & certificates
12.0 EVENT DATES & VENUE.
Venue: PGRRCDE, OU Campus, Hyderabad, TS - 500007.
13.0 CONTACT US for MORE INFORMATION.
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