Epsilon brought us a perfect amalgamation of engineering and medical science. The category presented four riveting events to bring out the ‘Gregory House’ in every budding engineer.
Electrific channeled one’s inner Tesla and challenged their ability to make the right connections.
From constructing engines to learning about CAD, Mechanize was where you simulated what you visualized. It covered all the bases of Mechanical Engineering, from building and designing to problem-solving and analysis.
From organising treasure hunts using antennae and transmitters to making metal detectors, Alacrity showed us that electronics can be amusing.
TechTatva’s latest edition of ‘Cheminova’ brilliantly succeeded in sparking one’s curiosity in chemistry, harnessing the versatility of chemicals to highlight what chemical engineering is capable of.
This TechTatva saw the birth of Chrysalis – a category that solely focused on the field of Biotechnology and its many applications.
For all the budding engineers waiting to solve the next Enigma Code, Turing was the category to watch out for as it catered to every coder’s delight.
With events involving concepts from multiple branches of engineering, ranging from instrumentation to control theory, Mechatron was the category that made one glad that they were taught subjects from every branch in the first year.
‘Energia’ put the spotlight on electronic circuits while simultaneously building intrigue for green technology, and sustainable, responsible engineering.
Airborne the category of TechTatva’16 for all the aviation geeks on campus. The events ranged from building a rocket launcher to sailplane-like gliders and flapping wing ornithopters.