Biomimicry

Inspired by the very common saying, “Spending time in nature is healing energy”, Kshitij aims to increase awareness in the field of Biomimetics. Biomimicry is an approach to innovation that seeks sustainable solutions to human challenges by emulating nature’s time-tested patterns and strategies. The challenge posed to the participating teams will precisely test their understanding of nature and the application of the same.

About

Inspired by the very common saying, “Spending time in nature is healing energy”, Kshitij aims to increase awareness in the field of Biomimetics. Biomimicry is an approach to innovation that seeks sustainable solutions to human challenges by emulating nature’s time-tested patterns and strategies. The challenge posed to the participating teams will precisely test their understanding of nature and the application of the same.

Rules & Regulations

Problem Statement-Biomimicry

Reference: Biomimicry

  • Maximum Team Size-4
  • Deadline for Paper Submission: 5th Jan 2018
  • Submission to be mailed at: submissions@ktj.in
  • The final round will be the presentation of your Paper during Kshitij.
  • Maximum Presentation duration will be 12 minutes.
  • The organizers reserve the right to change the rules as they deem fit. Change in rules, if any, will be highlighted on the website and notified to the registered participants.
  • The decision of the organizers shall be final and binding.

Prizes

First Prize-INR 12,000 Second Prize- INR 8,000 Third Prize- INR 5,000

Register

To Register Click Here

Contacts

Rahul Kumar - +919609754081

Results

To be updated later.

Snappit

In association with

As Kshitij sets the IIT campus abuzz with activity, this event provides an interesting way to capture those myriad expressions of jubilation, despondence, panic, frustration, and anticipation, which is the essence of Kshitij. A fun event, Snappit receives hundreds of submissions with wannabe photographers eager to display their skills to one and all.

 

TechQuila

Amidst the gruelling grind of the main competitions, this becomes the space to unwind and jive to foot tapping numbers. Along with music, a plethora of small fun games and bountiful freebies rejuvenate the participants' minds. 

About

In association with

As Kshitij sets the IIT campus abuzz with activity, this event provides an interesting way to capture those myriad expressions of jubilation, despondence, panic, frustration, and anticipation, which is the essence of Kshitij. A fun event, Snappit receives hundreds of submissions with wannabe photographers eager to display their skills to one and all.

 

Rules & Regulations

  • The theme of the Snappit is "Convergence".
  • Last Date of submission is 31st January 2018.
  • You have to click the photos related to that theme. Maximum allowed photo from a team is 10.
  • Make a zip file of the photos and mail to submission@ktj.in There will be no further rounds.
  • Edited, photoshopped or photo from any internet source will not be allowed. If caught violating this rule, your participation will be canceled.
  • Team size: 1
  • Submission will include your name and username along with photos.  
  • The organizers reserve the right to change the rules as they deem fit. Change in rules, if any, will be highlighted on the website and notified to the registered participants.

Prizes

First Prize: INR 5,000 Second Prize: INR 3,000 Third Prize: INR 2,000

Register

To Register Click Here

Contacts

Rahul Kumar - +919609754081

Results

To be updated later.

Supply Matrix

Tata Projects

Start playing at scm.ktj.in

We are all faced with a series of great opportunities brilliantly disguised as impossible situations. One will not find it difficult to prove that battles, campaigns and even wars have been won or lost primarily because of logistics. String together the entire process, synchronize and integrate these flows while being frugal in each step.

Kshitij is intrigued to witness the intellects of managing the supply chain to conquer the market. It has never been the organisations that are competing, it is the supply chains which are turning the tables. The amateurs discuss tactics, the professionals discuss the logistics.  

Relic Hunter

Solve Mystery here.

Relic Hunter is the highly anticipated online treasure hunt which challenges the students, as they click from one page to another as they try to unravel hidden cryptic clues on the website of Kshitij and its sponsors. Solving the clues sequentially leads to the final treasure.  

About

Tata Projects

Start playing at scm.ktj.in

We are all faced with a series of great opportunities brilliantly disguised as impossible situations. One will not find it difficult to prove that battles, campaigns and even wars have been won or lost primarily because of logistics. String together the entire process, synchronize and integrate these flows while being frugal in each step.

Kshitij is intrigued to witness the intellects of managing the supply chain to conquer the market. It has never been the organisations that are competing, it is the supply chains which are turning the tables. The amateurs discuss tactics, the professionals discuss the logistics.  

Rules & Regulations

  • Team Size:- 1
  • Rules & regulations and tutorial- Click Here
  • The organizers reserve the right to change the rules as they deem fit. Change in rules, if any, will be highlighted on the website and notified to the registered participants.
  • The decision of the organizers shall be final and binding.

Prizes

First Prize- INR 9,000 Second Prize- INR 7,000 Third Prize- INR 4,000

Register

To Register Click Here

Contacts

Rahul Kumar - +919609754081

Results

To be updated later.

Biz Quiz

Kshitij presents the Biz Quiz of IIT Kharagpur, an event to test the managerial acumen of participants. This event has been attracting business enthusiasts and probable managers alike, and the competition has seen a steady rise in the degree of participation over the years.  

Tech Quiz

A Quiz meant to rattle the grey cells of the best technocrats from across the country.  

Math Olympiad

 

The ultimate aim of Math challenge is to single out the one most schooled at the game of numbers. Kshitij '18 challenges you online with a pride of fellow-fighters spilled around the globe.

About

Kshitij presents the Biz Quiz of IIT Kharagpur, an event to test the managerial acumen of participants. This event has been attracting business enthusiasts and probable managers alike, and the competition has seen a steady rise in the degree of participation over the years.  

Rules & Regulations

  • Maximum team size:- 5
  • The event will be conducted during Kshitij.
  • The first round will be written quiz test.
  • The second round will have rapid-fire questions.
  • The organizers reserve the right to change the rules as they deem fit. Change in rules, if any, will be highlighted on the website and notified to the registered participants.
  • The decision of the organizers shall be final and binding.

Prizes

First Prize- INR 7,000 Second Prize- INR 5,000 Third Prize- INR 3,000

Register

To Register Click Here

Contacts

Rahul Kumar - +919609754081

Results

To be updated later.

B Plan


One of the flagship events, Business Plan competition is a platform for the creative geniuses and has been planned to see that ideas attain their deserved mentor-ship, patronization from established industry names. With participation from major Management and Engineering Colleges, it is ideal for proliferous branding among the thinkers of tomorrow.

Eureka

Certified By

The event Eureka provides a base on which one can show the world what scientific advances he has achieved. The top ideas, presented in Kshitij from each department will be published in IJSRTM by GIAP journalists at no cost to participants.

Anadigix

The heaven for budding Electronics Engineers and circuit enthusiasts, Anadigix calls for extensive circuit knowledge. The finals after three rounds of competition witnesses the hardware implementations of the circuits. The event attracts huge participations with students vying for the title of "Best Circuit Designer". 

Xilinx Innovation Challenge

 

Xilinx Innovation Challenge is a platform to showcase your technical skills by using Xilinx FPGAs and tools. Use your innovative mind to design a product using Xilinx FPGAs and tools which has a greater impact on the society, considering the technical complexity and feasibility.

About


One of the flagship events, Business Plan competition is a platform for the creative geniuses and has been planned to see that ideas attain their deserved mentor-ship, patronization from established industry names. With participation from major Management and Engineering Colleges, it is ideal for proliferous branding among the thinkers of tomorrow.

Rules & Regulations

RULES OF THE EVENT

1.Each entry should be labelled with your name, contact number, college name /company name and your e-mail address.

2.Abstract to be mailed at: bplan@ktj.in

3.Proposals can be based on any topic or stream, supported by an innovative idea/technology or an alternative solution

4.A team can consist of maximum 5 members.

5.All entries must be original work of the entrant and must not infringe on the rights of any other participant.

6.Final results will be judge’s prerogative.

7.Time for presentation will be 12 minutes.

THE EVENT WILL BE HELD IN TWO PHASES:
Round 1: Participants are required to email the detailed business plan by Dec 31st, 2017.The result
would be announced in the mail.

Round 2: Top 20 teams shortlisted from Round 1 will be invited to make a
presentation.

Prizes

First Prize-INR 40,000 Second Prize- INR 20,000 Third Prize- INR 15,000

Register

To Register Click Here

Contacts

1) Bhavya Jain - +91 9002857888 - bhavya.jain@ktj.in 2) D. Umar Chand - +91 9474414639 - umar.chand@ktj.in

Results

Top 20 teams of first round: 1. Abhishek Sharma and Team 2.Shiv Sankar Sahu And team 3.Vikas Raman and team 4.Sourabh Meena and team 5.Avishek Nayak and team 6.Abinash Panigrahi and team 7.Prashant Gaur and team 8.Himanshu Kumar and team 9.Azhar Khurshid and team 10.Partha Dubey and team 11.Jaya Prakash and team 12.Saumo Pal and team 13.Shaon Dutta And team 14.Kanwaljeet Mohanty and team 15.Aditya Jha and team 16.Gigyashu Jain and Team 17.Naman Goyal and Team 18.Projat Banerjee and team 19.Akash Bhatia and team 20.Vivek Jindal and team

Overnite

Kshitij brings to you a night-long Hacking Competition: "Overnite". With preliminary rounds to be held across the country and finals to be held during Kshitij 2018 at IIT Kharagpur. The enthusiasm amongst the students towards programming is everlasting, hence Kshitij undertakes the pleasure to host one of the largest hackathon for students.

Source Code

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Technology has continued to bring the world closer together and increased the horizons of each individual as never before. This event is based on the concept of Reverse Coding. The Teams will be provided with an executable file and they have to develop its source code. It is to convert compiled code back to source code/design specification. The process might be automated by a program although it's usually done manually. With a lot of scope for innovative and logical thinking, this event is getting tremendous popularity among students community.

UNIX HackPro

C++ is an object-oriented programing language which is popularly used for writing compilers and operating systems. UNIX is an open source operating system where we can add our own code to the operating system. This event is designed to test the participant’s knowledge of UNIX and its basics by hacking into an Ubuntu operating system and debugging errors to ensure the smooth running of the code. This event is designed to extract the best out of the participants and ensure that their concepts in UNIX are thoroughly tested.

 

 

Code-O-Soccer

Code-O-Soccer is a strategy-based coding competition conducted by Kharagpur RoboSoccer Students' Group (KRSSG) from IIT Kharagpur. This is a first of its kind competition in India where soccer strategies brewing within one's mind are implemented on robots.

The aim of the event is to introduce the concept of autonomous soccer playing robots to students and motivate them to create a challenging strategy using our API for a THREE vs THREE robot match.

About

Kshitij brings to you a night-long Hacking Competition: "Overnite". With preliminary rounds to be held across the country and finals to be held during Kshitij 2018 at IIT Kharagpur. The enthusiasm amongst the students towards programming is everlasting, hence Kshitij undertakes the pleasure to host one of the largest hackathon for students.

Rules & Regulations

  • Allowed languages for programming: C, C++, Java, and Python
  • Maximum Team Size: 3
  • All the registered participant must have to register at ACM ICPC website to complete registration: Here 
  • The event will be conducted during Kshitij. 
  • You have to do night long programming and come up with a solution of a given problem statement.
  • Problem statement will be released before the event. 
  • Participants must reach the venue at least 30 minutes earlier.
  • The organizers reserve the right to change the rules as they deem fit. Change in rules, if any, will be highlighted on the website and notified to the registered participants.
  • The decision of the organizers shall be final and binding.

Prizes

First Prize- INR 22,000 Second Prize- 17,000 Third Prize- INR 11,000

Register

To Register Click Here

Contacts

Rahul Kumar - +919609754081

Results

To be updated later. 

Robowars

The path to glory passes through the alley of destruction, lethal combats, violent bots, and flying blades! Young builders construct combat robots from metal, power tools and remote control toy parts to build the ultimate fighting machine. With robots from across the country coming to Kshitij to battle it out to for the first time, Robowars serves as a humongous branding avenue in itself.

Embetronix

Airbus

A hardcore electronics event, goes down deep into the embedded world. The event exploring core electronics aspects including communication, analog and digital circuit designing and interfacing calls for all circuit enthusiasts to conceive the best possible and optimized electronic circuit for the given problem statement. This event has attracted all budding innovators to make them compete in intense struggle to be the ultimate designer among the best brains of the country. Immense technical output and huge participation domain of the event ensures maximum visibility and branding to its sponsors

Droid Blitz

Human fascination with oceans and rivers, and their attempts to conquer them has been in continuous progress since time immemorial. Starting from wooden rafts woven together with bamboo fibre, these attempts have led to the development of state of the art water transport machines such as air-conditioned ships and submarines. In an attempt to continue this ancient endeavour, Kshitij 2018 is conducting its event, Droid Blitz. Participants are required to design an amphibious bot which would be required to do certain tasks given in the problem statement.

Poles Apart

For more details visit-here

The engineers are trying to design a vehicle that is capable of adapting itself to the rough terrain it is sent into. You are asked to design the prototype of such a bot that is capable of changing the distance between its wheels so as to cover a ground that cannot be done otherwise. There are multiple valleys that converge, diverge or are in an arc form and are to be crossed. Your challenge is to design a bot robust enough to adapt itself according to the valleys it faces. There are also certain parts of the path that you need to complete before you can cover the further ground. Use a mechanical gripper to complete this problem statement.

Stax

For more details visit-here

 

Consider the situation of a factory where heavy machine parts are kept in a random manner and need to be kept correctly for assembling. An autonomous robot will not only make the job easy but also optimize the number of movements.

Fortress

For more details visit-here

A nuclear war just affected our planet. And the robots are now trying to save the remaining humans in a habitable environment by building an impenetrable fortress. In order to do this they have to collect all the suitable blocks in proper order in a given time before they lose any more lives.

About

The path to glory passes through the alley of destruction, lethal combats, violent bots, and flying blades! Young builders construct combat robots from metal, power tools and remote control toy parts to build the ultimate fighting machine. With robots from across the country coming to Kshitij to battle it out to for the first time, Robowars serves as a humongous branding avenue in itself.

Rules & Regulations

Click here for the problem statement

Click here to download the security letter

Team Size-6

Abstract to be mailed at submissions@ktj.in

Deadline for Abstract Submission: 8th Jan 2018

 

Prizes

First Prize-INR 50,000 Second Prize- INR 37,500 Third Prize- INR 25,000 Fourth Prize- INR 12,500

Register

To Register Click Here

Contacts

1) D.Umar Chand - +91 9474414639 - umar.chand@ktj.in , 2) Bhavya Jain - +919002857888 - bhavya.jain@ktj.in

Results

To be updated later. 

Laws of Motion

An aeromodelling contest sponsored by Boeing where Participants have to devise an RC aircraft which can perform some pre-defined tasks.

Night Shift

Kshitij brings to you, its most loved event, Night Shift, where you have to solve a design and construction problem, in the dead of the night. You have to fight low-energy levels and availability of materials to solve it. You will be provided with all required materials, but it's your choice and bidding power that counts at the end. The ten-hour shift during the night lends the event its name. Yeah it's nocturnal, with people having their night times as their days definitely gaining the upper hand over others. Spin your time clock upside down and get ready to win the legendary junkyard wars.

Sand Rover

Everything gets better and better with time, and robots are no exception. Robots have always fascinated us since its first prototype. Kshitij is calling the budding geeks to build a first of its kind- the SandRover. Be prepared to stumble before succeeding because this event will test your mettle more than your robot's. The objective is to make a rugged robot that can devour rough terrains without spilling sands out of it. The recent years have been quite encouraging for the motorsport fraternity in India with more and more students pursuing a career in car design modelling.

Arm of Achelous

Airbus

Kshitij provides a perfect platform to test the well-known Laws of Hydraulics and design a syringe-actuated arm, which has the potential to move the given objects in a specified way through a new event called Arm of Achelous. The event comprises of four rounds: 1 online submission round and 3 on spot elimination rounds. This event will test both the locomotion and hydraulic movement of the arm. Affiliation of your organization with Kshitij will not only connect your corporation to a large number of students but will also fulfil your Corporate Social Responsibility.

Goldberg Challenge

A Rube Goldberg machine is a deliberately over-engineered machine that performs a very simple task in a very complex fashion, usually including a chain reaction. The machine is named after American cartoonist and inventor Rube Goldberg.

About

An aeromodelling contest sponsored by Boeing where Participants have to devise an RC aircraft which can perform some pre-defined tasks.

Rules & Regulations

Click here for the problem statement.

Team structure:

  1. Maximum of 4 members of a team.
  2. Members of a team may be from same college/school or different (K-12/UG/PG).
  3. Any number of teams can participate from one college/school
  4. Professionals are not allowed. Only students can participate.
  5. Participants are required to get a bona fide certificate signed by the respective HoD/Dean/Principal in addition to their school/college ID Card.

General Guidelines for the Competition

  1. The use of 2.4 GHz radio is required for all aircraft competing in the competition. If the participants want to use any other frequency, they will have to inform the organizers in advance.
  2. A limited number of 2.4 GHz radios will be available with the organizers for use by the teams. Teams who do not have access to radios can inform the organizers in advance to request use of these radios.
  3. Receivers installed in the aircraft have to be in 'receiver mode only'.
  4. All the systems (Servos, motor, etc.) will be checked by organizers for functionality before the competition. If found not working, teams will be dismissed from the competition.
  5. Pilot can position himself at any point in the arena to fly the aircraft during the rounds.
  6. Metal propellers are not allowed.
  7. The models can have powered take-off with a landing gear or can be launched manually by a person standing at ground level.
  8. Plane should be built from scratch and not purchased models.
  9. A team member can’t be a part of more than one team.
  10. Teams can participate in more than one zonal event if they are not qualified for the finals already.
  11. Teams that claimed reimbursement in one zonal event cannot claim in any other zonal event in case they are participating in more than one zonal event.
  12. New members cannot be added to the teams who have been selected at Zonals to reach the Final Round.
  13. Bring your college/student I-Card at the time of competition.
  14. Any of the above-mentioned rules, if found violated, teams would not be allowed to participate in the competition.

Abstract Submission

  1. All the participants need to submit an abstract on their aircraft to submissions@ktj.in, which should be no longer than 15 pages (A4 size 1.5 line spacing) with standard formatting. The Abstract must document the basic design of the aircraft (dimensions, wing areas, velocity, etc.) and should also explain how their design is suitable for given problem.
  2. Along with the abstract, Participants also have to send a zip file containing at least 5 and no more than 10 photographs of the aircraft while it is being built.
  3. The Abstract has to be submitted before 13th of January.
  4. The abstract should contain the team ID, details of all the team members, main content and zip file. It should be mailed to submissions@ktj.in.

Prizes

First Prize-INR 45,000 Second Prize- INR 30,000 Third Prize- INR 15,000 INR 5,000 to 30 participants

Register

To Register Click Here

Contacts

Bhavya Jain - +91 9002857888

Results

Will be updated later

Indian Case Challenge

Please register yourself at http://bclub.co.in/icc2018/

The Indian Case Challenge (ICC) is a national level case study competition - one of India’s largest in terms of both the participation it sees and the prize at stake. The competition is organised by Business Club, IIT Kharagpur. It challenges the crème de la crème of students from all across the nation to compete against each other and prove their business and entrepreneurial mettle in a real-life scenario.

ICC gives its participants a platform for professional networking by bringing future leaders of the business world together. The organisational team puts in great efforts to combine this competitive event with an atmosphere of knowledge exchange and friendship. Each successful edition has witnessed participants battling it out to present remarkably innovative solutions and displaying their business acumen. Over the years, ICC has gained a massive reputation for its unique cases that require a lot of deliberation, pushing one’s strategic thinking and analytical skills to greater heights.

Experian Data Challenge

Click here to for the problem statement.

With the progress of our society, data analytics has become a vital aspect while constructing a prototype of a given problem. Kshitij presents an exclusive data analytics event which will be conducted online on the Kshitij website. The event will instigate Data Analytics aficionados to demonstrate their knowledge in the field. The problem set will be based on real-world problems or a business situation of a particular company or enterprise. The training and test sets will both be provided to the participants during the event.

HIRED!

Intregating the employees' interests with that of the company's performance may be a tactical job.But HR plays it well.S/he plays an important role in the recruitment process of the company. HR creates the culture of the workplace & organizes employee benefit programmes. In a way, HR binds the whole company. Hire checks out whether you have what it takes to be an effective HR professional !

About

Please register yourself at http://bclub.co.in/icc2018/

The Indian Case Challenge (ICC) is a national level case study competition - one of India’s largest in terms of both the participation it sees and the prize at stake. The competition is organised by Business Club, IIT Kharagpur. It challenges the crème de la crème of students from all across the nation to compete against each other and prove their business and entrepreneurial mettle in a real-life scenario.

ICC gives its participants a platform for professional networking by bringing future leaders of the business world together. The organisational team puts in great efforts to combine this competitive event with an atmosphere of knowledge exchange and friendship. Each successful edition has witnessed participants battling it out to present remarkably innovative solutions and displaying their business acumen. Over the years, ICC has gained a massive reputation for its unique cases that require a lot of deliberation, pushing one’s strategic thinking and analytical skills to greater heights.

Rules & Regulations

Please register yourself at: http://bclub.co.in/icc2018/

General Rules:

  • Online registration is mandatory for participation.
  • Each team must have at least 3 and at most 5 members.
  • Students from different colleges can be in the same team.
  • Both undergraduate and postgraduate students are allowed to participate.
  • Teams must mention the names of the members, their respective colleges and contact details on the first page of the report.
  • Plagiarism will not be tolerated
  • All decisions made by the judges and Business Club, IIT Kharagpur will be final and binding.

Stage 1: Prelims

  • The preliminary problem statement will be sent to the participating teams once they register on the portal.
  • Registrations will be open till 27th December 2017, 11:59 pm IST.
  • The final deadline for the preliminary case submissions is 28th December 2017 11:59 pm IST, and all participants must abide by it.

The list of qualifying teams will be released through our Facebook page after which we shall move to Stage 2.

Stage 2: Finals

  • All the shortlisted teams shall receive the final case by email.
  • The finalists would be physically presenting their solution to the final case during Kshitij (19th -21st January), 2018.
  • Under no circumstances will a modification of team members be permitted, once the preliminary solution is submitted.
  • Participants shall have to arrange for their own travel and Business Club shall not be responsible for reimbursements of any kind.

Prizes

INR 70,000

Register

To Register Click Here

Contacts

Puneet Pansari: +91-97836 11967, Nikita Kishore: +91-8971243701-

Results

To be updated later.

IBM Blockchain Hackathon

Eligibility:  All students with a valid identity card of their respective educational institutions are eligible to participate.

Team Specifications: One team can have a maximum of 2 members. Students from different institutes can be on the same team.

CertificatePolicy: Certificate of Excellence will be awarded to the qualifying teams. Certificates of Participation will be given to all the teams who register for the Hackathon.

 

FORUMFORQUERIES: https://www.facebook.com/IBMUR/

About

Eligibility:  All students with a valid identity card of their respective educational institutions are eligible to participate.

Team Specifications: One team can have a maximum of 2 members. Students from different institutes can be on the same team.

CertificatePolicy: Certificate of Excellence will be awarded to the qualifying teams. Certificates of Participation will be given to all the teams who register for the Hackathon.

 

FORUMFORQUERIES: https://www.facebook.com/IBMUR/

Rules & Regulations

Click here for the problem statement

Rules and Regulations

  • 1.Every team has to register online on our website for the competition. If anybody wishes to change the team, they must register afresh.
  • 2. A team can register at any point of time before 20th December 2017 and can submit final abstract before that date only.
  • 3.No responsibility will be held by Kshitij, IIT Kharagpur for any late, lost or misdirected entries.
  • 4. The idea presented by the teams should be original (not protected by means of patent/copyright/technical publication by anyone).
  • 5.The decision of the organizers or judges shall be treated as final and binding on all. Kshitij has all the rights to verify the identity and accuracy of the details provided by the participants.
  • 6.Note that at any point of time, the latest information will be that which is on the website.

    However, registered participants will be informed through mail about any changes.

Prizes

First Prize- INR 45,000 Second Prize- INR 30,000 Third Prize- INR 15,000

Register

To Register Click Here

Contacts

Bhavya Jain - +919002857888

Results

Selected teams of first round: 1. Nilay Pochhi and team 2. Subhasish Nath 3. Shivam Agarwal 4. Chelsi Raheja and team 5. Harsh Bajaj and team 6. Karan shah and team 7. Rahul Kumar and team 8. Anmol Jande 9. Sidhharth Jindal 10. Gigyasu jain and team 11. Saurabh Kumar and team 12. Ajit sharma and team 13. Amulya Reddy Konda 14. Samvid Dharanikota and team 15. Vrinda Gupta 16. Sree Theerdha and team 17. Rahul Kumarasen and team 18. Sarmishta Velury and team 19. Souvik Sarkar and team 20. Spandan kumar sahu and team 21. Pranit Bauva and team 22. Piyush Jena and team 23. Avishek Nayak and team 24. Rounak Basu and team 25. Sanjit Roy and team 26. Sushant Kumar 27. Bhupesh Prajapati 28. Manish Agrawal and team 29. Nishant Nikhil and team 30. Tanishq Jasoria and team

Kharagpur Winter of Code

The true value of Open Source is People. People, like the ones who care to solve problems not just for their own good but for the community. People, like the ones who share the passion to learn indefinitely. Let's get together and listen to the ideas of the very same people, about Open Source. And also, Software!

About

The true value of Open Source is People. People, like the ones who care to solve problems not just for their own good but for the community. People, like the ones who share the passion to learn indefinitely. Let's get together and listen to the ideas of the very same people, about Open Source. And also, Software!

Rules & Regulations

Day 1: Hands-on workshops on Open Source Technologies by Experts

 

Multiple parallel tracks on Open Source Technologies like Python, Git/GitHub, Javascript etc. will be conducted. Each track will be divided into two sessions. The first session will be focused on the basics for complete beginners and the second session will be advanced and the focus will be on using the technologies to create real-world applications.

 

Day 2: Talks

 

The event speakers are mentors who dedicate a great deal of their time to help beginners into open source and share a common passion for the community. Our Keynote address is a Guest Speaker who can often be seen with a wise notebook of "values" and experiences in following Open Source for a long time. There will also be smaller on-spot registration Lightning Talks by the participants and Panel Discussions on requested topics.

Prizes

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Register

To Register Click Here

Contacts

Pranit Bauva (+91) 9932433282

Results

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