INNERVE at IGDTUW
1st and 2nd April 2016
INNERVE, the Technical Fest of Indira Gandhi Delhi Technical University for Women (IGDTUW), New Delhi was organised on 1st and 2nd April 2016. A total of fourteen students from Electronics and Computer Engineering Department of Dronacharya College of Engineering, Gurgaon participated in the 2 - day fest .
The fest provided a platform for students to participate in a number of technical, non-technical and online events.
Events on 1st April 2016
JAVA Jousting:- It was an event about Java Technology and had three rounds comprising
1. 10 MCQs on Java,
2. Spin the Wheel Round (where participants needed to spin the wheel and wherever spin stops, they got questions based on that topic).
3. Creating Graphical User Interface using Swing, AWT etc.
Akansha Marwah (16762) and Deepanshu Bansal (16766) from VI Semester ECS made it to the final round of the event.
Cyclomania:- Shweta Saini (16773), Amit Saini (16763) and Deepanshu Bansal (16766) from VI Semester ECS bagged the 3rd position in the event.
Food Fiesta (A Non-Technical Event):- The positions bagged by Dronacharyans were as under.
1. Shubham Rauthan (17777) from IV Semester ECS stood 1st and received goodies.
2. Akansha Marwah (16762) and Amit Saini (16763) from VI Semester ECS stood 2nd and received goodies.
3. Rashi (17774) and Dona Paul (17766) from IV Semester ECS made it to the second round and won goodies.
Hub Hopper:- Rashi (17774) and Prince (17772) from IV Semester and Shweta Saini (16773) from VI Semester received goodies in the event.
Events on 2nd April 2016
Technical Paper Presentation:- In this event, the participants had to present their research paper and give a presentation to the judges.
1. Shweta Saini (16773) and Monica Godara (16768) from VI Semester ECS presented their research paper on “Smart Farming System”.
Chain Reaction:- This technical event required the participants to over-engineer a machine or apparatus deliberately to perform a very simple task in a very complicated fashion. Here, they needed to prove their mettle by unlocking their imagination and building the most complex structures on the foundation of elementary engineering principles to perform a task. The participants had to bring their own material to build the mechanism and the judgment was based on various factors like the number of steps in contraption, number and types of energy conversions, originality of ideas, innovation and the complexity of overall contraption.
1. A team of 5 students : Shweta Saini (16773), Akansha Marwah (16762), Amit Saini (16763), Deepanshu Bansal (16766) and Monica Godara (16768) from VI Semester ECS bagged 1st position in the event and was awarded cash prize of Rs. 4000.
The technical fest was a good learning experience for the participants. The students got a platform to work on their technical skills by participating in the various competitions.