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Introduction

Research is to see what everybody else has seen, and to think what nobody else has thought.

– Albert Szent-Gyorgyi

It’s not a competition; it is a platform to present your uniqueness in form of a full-length paper. The event mainly revolves around survey, quality of literature, future scope of research and ultimately your presentation skills. Your innovation, technical and presentation skills will be evaluated by the best researchers in their fields. Take this event as a challenge to evolve yourselves and bring a revolution in the field of research.

Format

Two Categories for the event: 

1) UNDERGRADUATE CATEGORY– A review of scientific literature and research work to be presented.

 2) OPEN CATAGORY– Open for all (UG, PG and Research Scholars) – (i) Original research work

Topics for the event to be released.

 

ROUND 1

  • Receiving entries of abstract for review papers and research papers.
  • Paper will be accepted only with registration receipt.
  • Selected participants will be sent a selection mail.

ROUND 2

  • Selected participants from round 1 will submit complete review and research paper.
  • Checking plagiarism and taking the depth of the paper into consideration participants will be selected for round 2.
  • Selected participants will be sent a confirmatory mail of selection along with rules for final round and timing enclosed in a pdf.

ROUND 3

  • The final round will be held in 4 classrooms out of which one room will have participants of open category.
  • Three rooms will be occupied by students giving review paper presentation which will be divided subject wise.
  • Every classroom will have two judges, one coordinator and two volunteers.
Rules
  1. A team can consist of up to 3 people, not necessarily from the same college.
  2. No participant can be a part of more than 1 team.
  3. There is no restriction on the number of teams from the same college.
  4. False identity will lead to disqualification on the final day.

Rules for Abstract Submission

  1. The abstract should be written in English in your own words which specifically represent the innovation and work.
  2. The file must be prepared using “Times New Roman” font, “12 point” font size, and justified text with 1.5 line spacing. The title/heading should be centred with bold font.
  3. The abstract should be no more than 300 words and mention 3-5 keywords after abstract. Do not mention citations or references in the abstract.
  4. Explain the abbreviation at their first occurrence. Example: (Quantum Dots referred to as QDs), Carbon Nanotubes (hereafter referred to as CNT).
  5. Abstract file should be named as YOURNAME_LEVEL_TOPIC.pdf   (e.g. SS_UG_TOPICNAME.pdf).
    LEVEL = UG (OR) OPEN.
  6. Figures used in the paper should be referred in text e.g. (see fig.2.3) or fig.2.3. shows that:
  7. Page numbers of the manuscript should start from page 1 at the right-hand corner.
  8. References to be done as per Chemical engineering science journal.
    (http://www.elsevier.com/journals/chemical-engineering-journal/1385-8947/guide-for-authors)

NOTE: The judging panel reserves the rights to disqualify the participant team if any of the rules given above are breached by any participant. It is the responsibility of the participants to keep themselves updated. The organizers reserve the right to change the rules of the event at any time and will do their best to update the contestants of the same.

Contact
  • Sakshi Raut – 8379003205
  • Nilesh Jadhav – 9503364991