Problem solving is an art we perform everyday; be it standing in a queue, managing a bookshelf or finding shortest path to a destination. This is an art most people are familiar with if not all. The new thing is just to code it in a language. So fold your sleeves and Grab this opportunity to the fullest of taking part in one of the most exciting coding event, iRelay. A handful of questions and 3 participants, and prizes; where else would you get a chance like this? It doesn't matter whether you are a skilled coder or a newbie. Just give it a try, you may learn something new; who knows!

The event as explained is a team event. Team will be of 3 members where each member will be given a chance to code for a specific amount of time and his next teammate will have to continue the work, just like it happens in relay races.

The event as explained is a team event. Team will be of 3 members where each member will be given a chance to code for a specific amount of time and his next teammate will have to continue the work, just like it happens in relay races.

  • Contest is open for all the participants of i.Fest 2018.
  • This is a team event. Team will comprise of exactly 3 members.
  • There will be two coding rounds on two days, qualification round and final round. Qualification round will also be held in two parts - one for first year students and second for the rest of participants.
  • Teams on top 15 of leaderboards will qualify for the final round (number of qualifications can be changed according to the number of registrations).
  • Final round will be common for both, First year teams and rest of the teams, although leaderboard for both will be prepared separately.
  • There will be 3 problems in qualification round and 4 questions in final round. Please note that problems will be in increasing order of difficulty.
  • For qualification round, each team member will be allowed to code only for 20 minutes, while in final round, 30 minutes will be allowed. After allotted time is over, next teammate replaces current one and continues the chain.
  • Each solution will be tested based on test cases provided by us.
  • Top 3 of final leaderboard will be eligible for the prizes. Top 2 First year teams will also be eligible for prizes.

Prizes worth 8k

Venue : Lab Building
Time : 01:30 P.M.
Date : 12th October 2019

The coolest cyber strife is here. In order to "Capture the (winning)flag", attack opponents system and defend your system simultaneously. There are plethora of bugs to deal with.

To be announced

Prizes worth 6k

Venue : Lab 102
Time : 01:00 P.M.
Date : 12th October 2019

Hey Peeps! If you are one of those Android-lovers who possess a unique idea and has the capability to transform that idea into an app, then i-App is the one for you. i-App Competition is a challenge for engineering students to design an original and innovative app based on your idea inspired by a theme you choose. So here is the opportunity for you to showcase your skills and passion.

i.App is a competition where you will need to develop android apps, based on the themes which will be provided to the registered teams 10 days prior to the main event.

The competition will be of different phases:

  • Registration : You need to register through this google form in order to participate in the event. Link:
  • Screening for final participants
  • App Submission
  • Screening for finalists
  • Final Presentation
Rules :
  • There can be maximum 3 participants in a team
  • Any plagiarized or forked project will not be accepted
  • The app must be new and should not already be on Play Store
  • In case of any disparity, the decision of the i.Fest’18 organisers and event coordinators will be final.

Prizes worth 5k

Venue : CEP Conference room
Time : 10:00 A.M.
Date : 13th October 2019

Everybody has a creative potential and from the moment you can express this creative potential, you can start changing the world. - Paulo Coelho

i.Web invites those who have innovative ideas, passion for designing and building, and a wish to make these ideas into a reality. We present to you an opportunity to collaborate with fellow coders, developers, innovators, designers, creators and budding entrepreneurs who share your enthusiasm for tech. This is your chance to make a team, collaborate and turn your craziest ideas into a real product. We encourage all kinds of ideas related to themes, whether it is a blueprint, looks like/works like prototype, or a complete product, a step away from being launched.

The competition consists of the following three stages :

  • Registration
  • Online Submission
  • Presentations

Rules :

  • Team will be eligible for prizes if and only if all team members have their respective i.Fest registration ids or college fever ticket number.
  • Registration within the given deadline is mandatory.
  • To participate, you must be part of a team with a minimum 2 members and a maximum of 5 members.
  • Themes will be announced on 30th September at 11:55pm.
  • Presentations would start from 6th October 10:30 pm.

It's an online hackathon, you can participate from anywhere.

Once the hackathon starts, you will get an option to submit your hack, you can submit as many times as you want, the last hack will be considered as the final submission.

You are expected to come up with new and innovative ideas, any idea that has been copied from somewhere will be disqualified.

Your hack must be developed entirely during the Hackathon duration. You may use open source libraries and other freely available systems/services such as Google Maps, Facebook Connect, Twitter feeds etc.

Prizes worth 5k

Venue : CEP Conference Room
Time : 06:00 P.M.
Date : 13th October 2019

Confident enough about your coding skills to be able to write them down blindfolded? (Well, not literally. But you’ll be screen blind!) Show us how you’ll do it.

"Blind C" comprises of 2 different sections (i.e. beginner and intermediate).

  • Only the first yearites can participate in the beginner section while all the other college students are eligible for the intermediate section.
  • The duration of the event will be around 2-2.5 hrs.
  • Each section will have 2 rounds in increasing order of difficulty and each round will have a single question.
  • The format of the event is simple. Each participant will be told a question which he needs to code with the monitor switched off.
  • There will be penalties for incorrect solutions.
  • The contest will be hosted on hackerrank/hackerearth and an individual can code only in C language.
  • In case of any discrepancy the decision of the coordinators will be final.

Prizes worth 6k

Venue : Lab 002, Lab 004 and Lab 005
Time : 02:30 P.M.
Date : 13th October 2019

The world of data is constantly changing and evolving every second and hence databases are everywhere. Here’s your chance to model real life situations and re-envision database design and win exciting prizes. Design your way through the given scenarios and show your design skill in the questions posed throughout the event.

Structure :

  • The event comprises of two rounds: Prelims and Finals.
  • Prelims Round will be a pen-and-paper round based on Database and Query questions.
  • Finals round will be a practical round where one has to design a Database according to the given problem statement.
  • In any case of discrepancy, the decision of the Judges and the co-ordinators stands final.

Prizes worth 4.5k

Venue : CEP 106
Time : 03:00 P.M.
Date : 12th October 2019

Unravel the truth beneath

The event will test your problem solving capability and will check your critical thinking as well as speed and accuracy. So if you want to face brainstorming questions, this event is for you!!

Rules :

  • The event will be offline (Pen-paper based) and only individual participants will be allowed.
  • It will consist of two rounds: qualifying round and final round.
  • The event will be approximately 115 minutes long.
  • Qualifying round will be 60 minutes long. Top 40 % will be selected for next round.
  • The final round will be 45 minutes long.
  • Top 3 participants will be declared winners.
  • There will be a Rapid-fire round for all participants to win exciting goodies.
  • The questions in each round may have fill in the blanks, one word/sentence answers, objective type Questions.
  • Cheating is strictly prohibited. Use of any digital device or any unfair means will lead to serious penalty.
  • In case of any discrepancy, decision of coordinators will be considered final.

Prizes worth 4k

Venue : CEP 110 and CEP 108
Time : 05:00 P.M.
Date : 13th October 2019


Beware machines gonna kill "not you chill", machine gonna fight, machine gonna win, and rule the ring. May your machine be the king.

Roboclash is a war between robots where the sole purpose is to win by immobilizing your opponent’s robot. Use all your engineering skills to design a robot which can defend it from opponents and more importantly destroy your worthy opponent by immobilizing them. Cage of death is waiting for the destruction.

Participants will pit their robots against each other in an arena and the fight will continue until one robot overtakes or overthrows another from the ring. Their may be some surprize fun events and more surprising stuffs waiting for your bot in the cage. Where the condition will be of do or die. Be king or slave. So get excited and come up to show what you and your talent can do, in front of thousands of people cheering and warming the breath.

Team Specification : A team may consist of a maximum of 4 participants, all from the same different institute.

General Rules : The competition will be played consisting of 2 players at a time , The maximum duration of each round will be 5 minutes.

  • The robot would be checked for its safety before the competition and would be discarded if found unsafe for other participants and spectators.
  • Judges' decision shall be treated as final and binding on all.
  • The organizers reserve the rights to change any or all of the above rules as they deem fit. Change in rules, if any will be highlighted on the website and notified to the registered teams.
  • Violation of any the above rules will lead to disqualification.

Criteria for Triumph :

  • A robot is declared victorious if its opponent is immobilized or out of the arena.
  • A robot will be declared immobile if it cannot display linear motion of at least one inch in a timed period of 30 seconds. A bot with one side of its drivetrain disabled will not be counted out if it can demonstrate some degree of controlled movement.
  • If both robots survive the five minutes at that point, the robot with the higher hit points wins.

Safety Rules :

  • Compliance with all event rules is mandatory. It is expected that competitors stay within the rules and procedures of their own accord and do not require constant policing.
  • If you have a robot or weapon design that does not fit within the categories set forth in these rules or is in some way ambiguous or borderline, please contact the event organizers.
  • All weapons must have a safety cover on any sharp edges.

Problem statement : Design and construct a remote or wired controlled robot capable of fighting a one on one tournament.

Dimensions and Fabrications :

  • The bot should fit in a box of dimension 1.7ft * 1.7ft * 1.7ft (l x b x h) with all mechanisms fully executing motions. Length and width is measured to the extremities of the Robot, i.e. includes any overhanging bodywork, weaponry or protrusions. The external device used to control the bot is not included in the size constraint.

Mobility : All bots must have easily visible and controlled mobility in order to compete. Methods of mobility include :

  • Rolling (wheels, tracks or the whole robot).
  • Jumping and hopping is allowed to an extent of 1/2ft.
  • Flying (using airfoil, helium balloons, ornithopters, etc.) is not allowed.

Robot Control Requirements :

  • If the bot is wired then the wire should remain slack under all circumstances during the competition. All the wires coming out of the bot should be stacked as a single unit. The wires should be properly insulated. Teams are suggested to use only rated wires such as ISI marked. Loose connections or improper wiring may lead to direct disqualification even before the event.
  • If the bot is controlled wirelessly, the bot must at least have a four frequency remote control circuit or two dual control circuits which may be interchanged before the start of the race to avoid frequency interference with other teams. The case of any interference in the wireless systems will not be considered for rematch or results.
  • Remote control systems from toys might be used. Remote control systems available in the market may also be used.

Battery and Power :

  • The machine can be powered electrically only. Batteries must be sealed, immobilized electrolyte types (such as Li-ion, NiCd, NiMH or dry cells).
  • Working voltages must not exceed 24V DC (mean voltage) at any point of time.
  • All power connections must be of an adequate grade and adequately insulated. Cables must be routed to minimize the chances of being cut.
  • All efforts must be made to protect battery terminals from a direct short and causing a battery fire, failure to do so will cause direct disqualification.
  • Battery Eliminators are allowed and power source would be available at the venue for the eliminators. Motors: The robot should move as fast as possible around the arena with the help of motors.
  • DC motors and stepper motors (12V-24V) can be used as per the design of bots.

Prizes worth 20k

Venue : Outside Cafeteria
Time : 09:00 P.M.
Date : 12th October 2019

Design a manually controlled or wireless robot that has the capacity to cover maximum distance in shortest time, facing the hurdles. The path may consist of unevenness, bridges, tunnel and a lot challenging obstacles. Remember, just maximising the RPM will not help. You got to be a little smarter. And, get ready for an electrifying game at the end. So, you think your bot can be victorious? Then set in on track!


  • Bot can be wired or wireless.
  • Maximum size of bot can be 25cm x 25cm x 25cm
  • Battery should be present on board
  • Maximum 24 volt battery and 500 rpm driving motors
  • Sufficient wire length (for wired bots) so that it remains slack during the entire run


  • Teams have to bring their bots in fully working condition
  • Maximum team size can be 5. People from different colleges can be in a team. Each member needs to carry his/her college identity card
  • Readymade toy cars are not allowed
  • No modifications can be made once the bot is put on track
  • Only one member can control the bot on track
  • Scoring is based purely on time. In case of disputes, decision lies in the hands of coordinators


The event is divided in two phases :

Phase 1 : Robo Race - Your target is to cover the entire track in the least possible time. Let your bot go on an adventurous ride on our exciting track.

  • Track width will be 35cms.
  • The track surface may have unevenness and turns.
  • Maximum 3 hand touches will be allowed, with 5 seconds penalty for each hand touch
  • 10 seconds penalty will be added for robot leaving the track
  • If a bot cannot overcome some obstacles, the team can skip it with penalty added depending on the obstacle.
  • If bot stops midway without any obstacle, the team can start all over again with added penalty.

Phase 2 : Pool - So, after crossing all the hurdles, is your robot ready to play? Welcome to pool! Your goal is to push the ball into the hole and score maximum. Get, set, Go!

  • Every hole has a score related to it. Harder the hole to reach, more the score it carries
  • Bots of 3 teams will play at a time for 2 minutes and scores will be noted
  • A time t=score/100 will be removed from your previous time, so the overall result depends on your performance in both phases

Prizes worth 7k

Venue : Cafeteria
Time : 09:00 A.M.
Date : 12th October 2019

IoT Auction is a new event introduced this year. Students will engage themselves in a real-life auction where they will bid on a plethora of equipment. The task would be to build an electronic circuit from the same. The main aim of the event is to motivate and appreciate those students who have a distinct innovative skill as well as have a thorough knowledge of electronics.

Rules :

  • Team Size Allowed: 3 to 5
  • Each team will be given a certain fixed amount of fake currency which will be used to bid for various components.
  • The circuits will be judged on various criteria like innovation, implementation and working.

Prizes worth 6k

Venue : CEP 106
Time : 10:00 A.M.
Date : 13th October 2019


“The instant they say something you don't expect or already know, you should drop into detective mode.” - Emmett Shear

Do you consider yourself as Hercule Poirot or Inspector Clouseau? Then awake the Sherlock within you by Hunting through the jungles of Google leading to the treasure but remember that the world is full of obvious things which nobody by any chance ever observes.

Rules :

  • Reach the venue 15 minutes prior to the start of the event. Latecomers would lose their time in the game.
  • For on spot registration reach the venue at least 30 minutes prior to the event.
  • There will be 15 questions and 45 minutes of playtime.
  • Each question has one answer, and the correct answer would lead you to the next question.
  • Answer should be written at the end of the URL as <question_no.>/<your_answer>. Answer is case insensitive and answer with more than one word should be jointly written.
    Eg:- suppose your answer to question no. 3 is harry potter.
    Then you should use to go to next question.
  • If you are stuck in a particular question then you may use penalties and bypass that question but remember that no. of questions will increase by 1 for each penalties. That is you can at max attempt 15 questions correctly.
    Eg:- using one penalties will increase total no. of questions to 16, using two penalties leads 17 questions like that..
  • You can use at most 3 penalties. Use the penalties wisely because at the end of the game penalties would be used to break tie.
  • There would be three rankings first, second and third positions.
  • If a team completes the game in less than 45 minutes that team would straight away win and if it is a tie then team with less time is given priority. If time exceeds 45 minutes then the team attempting the maximum no. of questions would win the game. If two teams have attempted same no. of questions then the team which has used less no. of penalties would win.
  • Any team found discussing with other teams would be straight away disqualified.
  • You can use Google only on the pc allotted, any teams found googling on smartphones would be disqualified.

Prizes worth 6k

Venue : Lab 004, Lab 005 and Lab 007
Time : 07:00 P.M.
Date : 12th September 2019

Solving regular crossword puzzles doesn't excite you anymore? Do you want to relate your team with Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson?


Decode the Visual Puzzle in minimum time and you are done. Experience the Adrenaline rush and nerve twisting Puzzles.

i.Decipher is the event that will test your Visual skills and also how fast and accurate can you Google.

Brain it on!

Rules :

  • Team size should be of 2.
  • Any one from the team has to provide his/her e-mail id, as we will contact you through that e-mail.
  • The team with least time and maximum points will be declared as winner.
  • This is an Online Event but the team participating from the campus will only be given prizes and not the teams participating away from campus.
  • Internet access is allowed.
  • Other rules shall be announced during the Event.

To Participate Use The Following Links :

Prizes worth 6k

Venue : Lab Building
Time : 07:00 P.M.
Date : 9th October 2019

If opportunity doesn’t knock build a door, here is that door!

i.Biz is a platform for business enthusiasts where you can use your creative minds and innovative ideas and come up with a plan to make it big. Also, you could pitch in your ideas to get investors.

The complete event would take place in following 2 stages :

Stage-1 Qualifier Round

  • Teams would have to submit their business idea along with small presentation with proper description and contact details of each team member on this form

Stage-2 Main Event

  • Top 10 teams have to give an elaborate presentation of their business idea in front of the judges. Each team will have 20 minutes to present their plan.
  • Please see : The judges will declare the results based on the feasibility and innovation your plans. And in case of any discrepancy, the decision made by the judges would be the final one.

Prizes worth 15k

Venue : CEP Conference Room
Time : 01:00 PM
Date : 13th October 2019

This event will be loaded with maths puzzles, tricks and of course, fun. This event consists of three rounds. In this event you will have to participate in pairs.

Each round is described below.

1) Treasure Hunt (Qualificaton round)
“In this Hunt you have to find a key to FACE OFF”
Time Duration 50 minutes
There will be 25-30 questions - easy or moderate type. Top 32 teams will move to the next round.

2) Face Off (Elimination round)
“Beat your opponent and get a chance to bid”
In this round, there will be two Face off competitions winners of the first Face off will move to the next Face off and defeated teams will be eliminated. Winners of second Face off will move to the final round and defeated teams in this Face Off will be eliminated.
Time Duration for First Face off 20 minutes
Time Duration for Second Face off 25 minutes
8 teams will move to final.

3) Auction round :
“You have to be a smart bidder and a math geek to win this event”
Each team will have default virtual money to bid for questions. There will be 8 questions.
Each question will be displayed for 2 minutes on the screen. Team with the highest bid gets a chance to answer the question. If they are unable to answer, the team with second highest bid gets a chance to answer. If they are also unable to answer, then the question is dropped.

General rules and regulation :

  • Each participant has to take part in pairs.
  • Plagiarism is strictly prohibited.
  • Final Decision, under any circumstances, will lie in hand of co-ordinators.

Round - 1 :

  • Top 32 teams will move to the next round.
  • In case of tie, Number of Asterisked Questions solved will be taken into consideration.

Round 2-A (First Face off) :

  • Competing teams from the selected ones will be pre-decided.
  • In case of tie,
    • Number of asterisked questions solved
    • Score of round-1

Round 2-B (Second Face off) :

  • Rules for this round are same as round 2-A.

Prizes worth 8k

Phase 1 -
Venue : LT 2
Time : 09:00 P.M.
Date : 11th October 2019

Phase 2 and 3 -
Venue : CEP 108
Time : 09:00 A.M.
Date : 12th October 2019

i.Quiz is back again to tickle those grey cells in your head. It will be a delicacy to see how creatively you patch your facts as you tackle the diverse question set presented to you. A Sci-Tech quiz, such as this one, would typically involve questions not limited to fields of science and technology but also to closely related fields such as Sci-Fi. Any and every quizzing enthusiast is welcome to flaunt their knowledge and put their thinking skills to test while working their way through the quiz. Attend for a dose of intense quizzing and lots of fun.

Needless to say, there are prizes at stake!

To Be Announced

Prizes worth 6k

Venue : CEP 110
Time : 11:30 A.M.
Date : 13th October 2019

Out Of The Box

i.Fest '18 presents you i.Capture 2.0, the same old event in a new avatar. What's new you ask? Online prefest challenges, themed main event, storytelling through a series of moments captured through your lenses and many more we say.

The actual contest will be a theme based. We will release the themes well prior to the main event. The photo(s) will have to tell a story on the theme. A person can at max send an entry of 3 photos telling a story related to the theme. Tell us a story through your photo(s).

The online photohunt will show us how much the social biz likes your perspective from a lens view.

There are big prizes at stake. Trust us when we say the prizes are worth our words. Registrations are beginning soon.

"What's a picture which does not tell a story?"

For the actual event :-

  • Mail us your photo(s) along with a caption for your photo-story.
  • You can submit a maximum of 3 photos for your story and they will be considered as one single entry.
  • Voting both online and on the grounds for the event will decide the winner.
  • There will be three winners for the event and will recieve their prize through Paytm on the phone number provided after verification.

We'll give you a timeline for each of the chapters of the online photohunt series. The necessities for the participation will be :-

  • Register for the online event by paying ₹10 through Paytm if you have not registered for i.fest and if you have done so, it is free.
  • Follow our official page.
  • Send us your picture through mail and post it on your social media account tagging us. 'We will post them tagging your social media account on our official page.
  • Tag a minimum of 5 friends on our post in the comments section.
  • There will be 2 winners based on the number of likes.
  • One photo entry per person.

Other rules :-

  • Contrast/brightness editing is accepted.
  • No Photoshop is allowed.
  • You have to send the edited and the original picture in the mail during submission.

Note : If you use any means of plagiarism then you shall be disqualified. It is an offence to the original photographer.

Prizes worth 3k

Venue : Cafe
Time : 10:00 A.M.
Date : 12th October(Phase 1) and 13th October(Phase 2)

We all want to go on a world tour someday, don't we? Until this is possible in real life, here's a chance to fulfill your wish. Come explore the traveller inside you by participating in one of the biggest events of i.Fest '18: The Treasure Hunt. Conquer the places one by one, roam around the beautiful campus, share your travel diaries, complete a series of tasks(surprise!) and go on winning the clues. This will lead to the final location which in turn will mark the world as your territory and you can finally be Alexander the great.

  • Forbidden places: both HoRs, faculty residence, terraces, faculty block, club house, basketball court, SAC-1, resource center, outside the campus.
  • Any harm done to the property of college will lead to disqualification and strict actions.
  • The entire team should be present at each spot for collecting the next clue.
  • Use of any type of transport except walking will lead to disqualification.
  • Any material provided to the teams should be maintained throughout the game.
  • Registrations will be on the spot.

Prizes worth 6k

Venue : OAT
Time : 04:30 P.M.
Date : 12th October 2019

Undisputedly one of the flagship events of i.Fest, i.Clash is for those who dwell in, as well as own the gaming world and are at solace only with its consequent adrenaline rush! i.Clash comes packed with attractive prizes worth INR 12,000, along with several goodies! Have the time of your life at i.Clash, by competing against hundreds of players!

If you feel your racing skills are off the charts and even Dominic Toretto would be scared, we got NFS – Most Wanted for you!

If you are into action and have a team of great players, get ready to battle the best players from all-over in Cs-GO. Want to prove that you are the best ‘schemer’, and stand apart in the latest trending game, PUBG? i.Clash is for you!

Get your wits together and plan, if you want to have any chance at Clash Royale and DOTA. And well, if you are into real sports, let’s see if your gaming skills are on par with the best footballers’ real skills. Get the ultimate immersion experience through FIFA.


  • Hostel
    • One match is of 12 minutes. 6 minutes half.
    • Total of 5 will be selected from the hostel rounds.
    • All the players will be given choice to either use keyboard or a controller, whichever they prefer.
    • Two laptops will be used. Both of these belong to the team members.
  • Lab
  • The time limit remains the same.
  • In case the number of players is asymmetrical and some players don’t get evenly matched, then the difference in points will be used as a tie- breaker.
  • Rest everything is same.

2) DOTA-2

  • Only lab rounds.
  • One team is of 5 players.
  • All the players must try to bring their own steam accounts. If they don’t bring it with themselves, i.Clash team will arrange for it.
  • There is no time limit on the game.

3) Clash Royale (CR)

  • The matches would be separate for those with more than 2500 trophies and those with less than 2500 trophies.
  • Only the highest trophies (and not the current trophies) will be considered.
  • Note that the limit of 2500 points is only for 1 vs. 1 matches. There is no such restriction for 2 vs. 2 matches.
  • For both the categories, the matches would be best of 3.

4) PUBG (Mobile)

  • Lab rounds (rather CEP rounds)
    • Every match would be conducted in separate rooms.
    • The division into rooms will be on first come-first serve basis, i.e., the first 100 to come will be placed in same room, next 100 in another and so on. No other requests will be entertained about this.
    • The above rule is same for squads as well. The first come first serve basis is applied for 25 squads at a time.
    • Highest solo kills and squad kills qualify for higher rounds, even if they don’t win.
    • No emulators are allowed. (No laptops!)
    • The number of squads and solo to be selected in these rounds, depend on the total participation.
  • Hostel round
    • All rules same as above, except the selection criteria. The first 15 solo and first 10 squads will qualify for the CEP rounds.

5) Counter Strike – Global Offensive

  • The team size is 5. (5 vs. 5 matches)
  • The participants must try to bring their own steam accounts. If some of them can’t, the i.Clash team will provide for it.
  • All the rounds are Competitive only.
  • All of the players who need their own equipment (headphones, gaming mouse, etc) are allowed to do so. However, speakers are not allowed.

6) Need for Speed – Most Wanted

  • Hostel Round
    • Best of 3 game times. (3 races for each round).
    • Total of 5 to be selected for lab rounds.
    • Keyboards will be provided.
    • Contestants will be allowed to choose any car they desire.
    • The races will not have any traffic and crash detection will be off!
  • Lab round
    • Everything same as above, except: keyboards will not be provided (most probably).

Prizes Worth 13k

Venue : Lab 002 and Lab 007
Phase 1 -
Time : 09:00 P.M.
Date : 11th October 2019

Phase 2 -
Time : 09:00 A.M.
Date : 12th October 2019

Phase 3 -
Time : 09:00 A.M.
Date : 13th October 2019

This is for cubing enthusiasts, those into solving the world’s favourite challenge, the Rubik’s cube. Show us how your fingers move mechanically when you get a cube.

The 6 events inside i.Cube event are:

  • 2x2
  • 3x3
  • Sq-1
  • 3x3 One Handed
  • Skewb
  • Pyraminx

To Be Announced

Prizes worth 10k

Venue : LT3
Time : 10:00 A.M.
Date : 12th October 2019

“The art of simplicity is a puzzle of complexity.” – Douglas Horton

i.Maze provides an arena to train your brain. Check how fit your brain is by attempting logical questions, puzzles, word teasers and the sort. The event consists of 2 levels. Shortlisted participants based on their scores will advance to second round. The duration of the first level will be 1:15 hours and the second level will be 1 hour.

Round 1 :

  • The time duration will be around 75 mins.
  • The paper will comprise of 40 questions.
  • The participants will have to choose whether they want to opt for negative marking with bonus points (+6 for correct & -2 for incorrect answer) or normal marking without negative marking (+4 for correct & 0 for incorrect answer).
Round 2 :
  • The time duration will be around 60 mins.
  • The second round will comprise of a maze-like questionnaire where the next question to be solved will be determined by the answer of the previous question.
  • The points will sum up according to how many questions the participants solve in accordance with the maze.
Rules & Regulation :
  • Use of any kind of electronic devices like calculators/mobile phones etc. during the event is NOT allowed.
  • Any malpractice will result in termination from the event.
  • In any scenario, decision of the event coordinators will be final.

Prizes worth 5k

Phase 1 -
Venue : CEP 110
Time : 12:00 P.M.
Date : 12th October 2019

Phase 2 and 3 -
Venue : CEP 110
Time : 09:00 A.M.
Date : 13th October 2019

When you can do a common thing in an uncommon way; you will command the attention of the world.

If your soul is hungry then it's time to rethink your Creativity. If you think you are created to create then this is the chance to think instead of thinking outside the box, get rid of the box. Then i.Fest is giving you a great chance to create something out of nothing. An on the spot event that tests your innovative skills and thirst for creation. Creativity isn't the way you think, it's the way you like to live. So, guys, you all are most welcome to unleash your thought into creativity.


  • Open to 30 teams on first come first basis.
  • Each team can have a maximum of 5 members.
  • Each team will be given all the required materials and they will have to make a useful product according to given topic.
  • Your product will be judged on the basis of design, creativity and topic relevance.
  • The rules can be changed by the coordinators at any time without any prior notice.

Prizes worth 5k

Venue : OAT
Time : 04:00 P.M.
Date : 13th October 2019

We all know to ride a bicycle fast, but the real challenge lies in riding it slow.

There will be three rounds in total.

  • Round 1 :- This round will be normal as we are expecting high participations, there will be competition between six participants and slowest three will go to further rounds.
  • Round 2 :-This is also normal round but one restriction is added that breaks are not allowed.
  • Round 3 :-This round has two tasks for the riders. The riders will be provided with sheet of some written words in A4 size paper. They have to remember as many words as they can during their ride. After finishing, we will provide them some time to write down as many correct words as they remember, and provide them some bonus according to number of correct words written.

Rules :

  • No touching the floor. Once you have both feet on the pedals you must not take them off
  • Bikes must travel forward only.
  • No leaving your lane.
  • No touching other riders
  • Decisions made by coordinators are final

Prizes worth 3k

Venue : Near Cafeteria
Time : 04:30 P.M.
Date : 13th October 2019