Technology has a greasy side

This event is not for the faint hearted. A hackathon which tests all your traits as an engineer. Speed, Wit, Idea, you need them all to emerge as the best 'HackSquad'

The event format is as follows.

Stage 1: Are you worth it?
This stage consists of a technical questionnaire which tests the skill set of the contestant.
A bucketful of questions. 1 hour. Prove your worth and the best 8 teams advance into the next stage.

Stage 2: Gear up.
How good an engineer are you? This stage tests your limits as an 'Engineer'. Different tasks from various fields of your engineering will be presented to the contestants. The quickest 5 teams advance to the next stage.

Stage 3: Showdown.
A problem statement will be provided to you on completion of Stage 2. 8 hours to complete the task at hand and become the top 'HackSquad'.

1. Contestants are to participate in teams of minimum 3 and maximum of 5 members from same college.
2. All the event material except the laptop and basic toolkit will be provided by the organisers. Use of any other components will lead to disqualification.
3. Each team must have their identification tags and Drishti'18 id's with them for the duration of the event.
4. The participants are responsible for the safe usage and keeping of the tools and hardware supplied to them for the event.
5. A LAN connection will be provided by the organisers for Stage 1. Connection to any other network and use of other electronic devices will not be entertained.
6. The decisions of the event conveners will be final and binding throughout the event.

Rohit Damodar-8547572024
Anoop Krishnan-9447445494

Prize ₹ 40000

PATW (Present Around the World)

Present Around the World

The drum rolls. The limelight. The judges. The head rush. And you, with your ideas, wits and the art of exposition.

Use your intellectual arms to disarm the judges and travel to London for free. IET proudly introduces the Present Around The World (PATW) competition.

Aimed at students and young professionals between 18 to 30 years, the event brings together winners from across 36 countries to the Savoy Palace, London, for the finale.

The world's your stage. Illuminate. Present.


1. Individuals aged between 18 to 30 can participate.

2. 10 minute presentation on any subject linked to engineering and technology.

3. Extra 5 minutes for Q&A.

4. A synopsis/outline of the idea should be submitted in 100-200 words. To be mailed to

5. Winner and runner-up qualify for next level.

6. The same presentation will have to be used for further stages as well, but feedback from previous stages can be incorporated.

7. Laptop, mike system and projector will be provided. Additional aids should be brought by the contestant.

8. Contestants must ensure that their presentation does not contain content that are commercially sensitive/copyright-protected or subject to security clearances (classified information).


- The winners will be based on presentation skills and technical content.

Aaron Xavier 8129336762
Parvathy 8281961682

Prize ₹ 15000