QI was a breath of fresh air for those chosen few with an aptitude for deductive reasoning beyond technical ability.
Robowars 3.0 was an action packed event that lived up to its title. Fighting bots and the near-cutthroat competition among the participating teams as well as efficient organisation of the event made it a huge success.
Cryptoss sees a staggering footfall every year-requiring two or three rounds to make sure only the best make it to the top. With a lineup of extremely unique competitions, like the much-awaited CyberHawk, a participation of over two thousand students is witnessed almost every year.
CosmicCon might just take your breathe away- if you’re not in a spacesuit. With events that were out of this world, this category re-assured participants that they didn’t worry about their place in the dirt.
Fuel RC was an event for all those whose gears are set in motion by the smell of nitrous fuel and the sound of a roaring engine. TechTatva’16’s featured event lived up to its hype and the organizers managed to pull off four well-organised rounds, despite a few speed-bumps. With four events spread across two days Fuel RC in its fifth edition looked better than ever.
This category provided an opportunity for participants to learn and apply the concepts of civil engineering. The events and workshops were designed such that students could take part in varied activities like planning, surveying, and building stronger concrete structures.
Robotrek saw inspirational work in robotics over the course of TechTatva ’16. This year, Robotrek had three interesting events that put the participants’ bot-making skills to the test, and the contestants certainly did not disappoint.
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.