Circuit Saviour

Event Id : 354

Event Name : Circuit Saviour

Event Brief :

This is a group event in which students can participate with 2 or 3 members. The event is exploring the knowledge of electrical and electronics circuits and its components.

Event Coordinator :

1. Prof. Vatsalkumar Patel -
2. Dr. Atul Kunapara -
3. Dr. Anil kumar -
4. Prof. Ronak Doshi -

Student Coordinator :

2. KAMLESH KUMAR  YADAV - 9693265964

Event Date and Time :

13-03-24, 13-03-24, 14-03-24 11.30 AM to 1.30 PM, 2.30 PM to 4.30 PM, 10 AM to 12 PM

Location :

MB 112 (A)

Rules / Guidelines / Judging Criteria For Circuit Saviour

- Judging Criteria :

In round-1, students will be evaluated based on score of quiz
In round-2, evaluation will be done based on time taken to complete the circuit, output of circuit and points spend in auction of circuits
In round-3, participate will be evaluated based on time taken to finish the task of circuit treasure hunt

- Entry Rules & Guidelines :

Stage: - 1

First stage contains 10 to 15 slides of electrical apparatus, semiconductor components, characteristics, graphs, protection devices etc. Each slide appears for 5 to 7 seconds only. MCQ test will be conducted at the end of slideshow.

Stage: - 2

Stage two consist of a list of circuits which we’ll provide to the teams. Later there will be an auction in which particular circuits will have a price. Each circuit will have different base price depending on the amount of difficulty level in which complicated circuits will have low base price and vice versa. They can bid on the circuits by the virtual points provided to them. There will be total 12000 points in which 6000 points will be for circuit biding and rest 6000 will be on time base in which per minute will have the value of 50 points.

Stage: - 3

Find components hidden at different location of the campus. Circuit diagram and a detail MAP will be provided. Use clues and hints available at different location to identify and to collect the components. An evaluation criterion includes circuit identification and time spent in collecting components.


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