Vel Tech Science Fest 2020

28th Feb 2020

Vel Tech Science Fest 20202020-02-22T16:11:42+00:00

About Vel Tech Science Fest

School of Science and Humanities organizes an intercollegiate event “Vel Tech Science Fest” on the occasion of National Science day on 28th Feb 2020.The aim of the event is to promote true scientific spirit and to propagate the importance of science and its applications. Hands-on scientific investigation is the main focus of our fest.



Important Dates

  • Date of the Vel Tech Science Fest: 28 /02/2020
  • Last date for online Registration: 24/02/2020
  • Registration Fee per Male participant: Rs.100
  • Registration Fee per Female participant: Rs.50
  • Spot Registration Available

Project Presentation with working model:  Maximum Four persons per team

Event Topics

Smart Farming – Water resource management – Internet of Things- Mobile Applications – Robotics –Intelligent Transportation- Renewable Energy- Scientific working models – Any other innovative project ideas with proof of concept.

Abstracts can be sent to Email:

A student may only enter one project into the competition, whether they are entering as an individual or as part of a group.

Venue: Vel Murugan Auditorium

In Charge:

  1. R Gowri Shankar Rao / Physiscs
  2. N. Gomathi / CSE
  3. Rajkumar / CSE

Number of students per team: 3

Preliminary Round:

Screening test for all the teams will be conducted. Duration of the test is one hour with 50 questions. Only, six team will be selected for participation on stage.

Name of the Rounds:

  • General Knowledge
  • Identifying the person
  • Matching
  • Rapid fire
  • Connections
  • Jumbled Words

Areas to be covered:

  • Basic sciences
  • Current affairs
  • Computer Science
  • Scientists and their inventions
  • Aptitude questions and reasoning

Rules and Regulations:

  • Each team will have two questions in each round .(Except Rapid fire)
  • In Rapid fire, each team will face ten questions at a stretch.
  • Team’s Unanswered Question will be passed to other team.
  • If a team answered their question full mark will be awarded, for each pass question half mark will be awarded.
  • There is no pass question in Rapid fire.
  • Unanswered questions will be passed over to the audience.
  • Answered audience will be awarded by small gifts at the end of the session.
  • Three winners will be selected in the order 3rd 2nd and 1st.
  • Any tie between the team’s special questions will be asked for the selection.

Venue: Mahatma Gandhi Auditorium

In Charge:

  1. Viswanath /Maths
  2. Ramesh Kumar / Maths
  3. Manickam /Maths

Number of students per team: 1


  1. Can education solve issues of inequality between the genders?
  2. Gender discrimination in Science.
  3. Why are so few women in STEM?
  4. Contribution of women in the development of the world economy.
  5. Women in Science.

Guidelines for Elocution:

  • Content should be self-composed.
  • The language of Elocution is English.
  • Quotes and references from any poems written by others are allowed.
  • Decisions criteria will be the following:
    • Expression
    • Articulation
    • Diction
    • Delivery and Style

Venue:Thanigaivelavan Auditorium

In Charge:

  1. Prakash /English
  2. Lavanya / English
  3. P.Saranya / English

Number of students: 2

Paper must include the following

  • Title
  • Names of author(s) and affiliated organization(s)
  • Abstract (brief summary of objectives, methods, results, and conclusions)
  • Background Information
  • Project Objectives
  • Materials and Methods
  • Results (tables, graphs, charts)
  • Conclusions
  • Discussion of possible future directions or why project is complete

Venue: C.V.Raman Hive

In Charge:

  1. N. Ravi Sankar/Chemistry
  2. Josephraj/ Chemistry
  3. Udayaprakash / Mechanical
Individual Event (one member per team)


Number of students per team: 1

Terms and Conditions

  • The competition is open to all first year
  • The member should perform the talk based on topic, maximum of 10 minutes.
  • The talk should not deviate from the topic.
  • The member should present the topic combined with Power point and animations.

Judging Criteria

The Expert panel will judge all the Technical Talk on the basis of how well they meet the following criteria:

  • Presentation (25)
  • PPT and Animations (25)
  • Level of Expertise (25)
  • Technical Content (25)


  1. Data Security
  2. Man Vs Machine
  3. Stem cell – In Future
  4. Block chain – Safe or not
  5. IoT
  6. Electric Car implementation in India
  7. Wireless Electricity
  8. Women in Science and Technology
  9. Automated Vehicles
  10. Robotic Surgery

Venue: Edison Hive

In Charge:

  1. Priscilla/ EEE
  2. R. Chitra/ ECE
  3. D. Dharini / ECE

Number of students per team: 2

Areas to be covered:

  • Magic Squares
  • Crossword Puzzles
  • Logical Reasoning
  • Identification of Patterns
  • Visual Skills
  • Arithmetic puzzles

Venue:Mathematics Laboratory (8201 and 8202)

In Charge:

  1. R. Narmada Devi/Maths
  2. A. Meenakshi/Maths

Number of students per team:  one (or) two

Areas to be covered:

Riddles and Puzzles based on Physics Phenomenon.

Venue: Physics Laboratory (7301)

In Charge:

  1. J.Paul Praveen/ Physics
  2. G. Murugesan/Physics

Number of students per team:  3

Areas to be covered:

  • Identification of Metals by different methods
  • Estimation of Chlorine
  • Corrosion Rate Measurements

Venue: Chemistry Laboratory (8001 and 8002)

In Charge:

  1. S. Archana/Chemistry
  2. S.P. Vinodhini/Chemistry

Number of students per team:  Three to Five members

Areas to be covered:

  • Scientific Devices and Inventions
  • Women in Sciences

Venue: English Laboratory (9102)

In Charge:

  1. Aruna/English
  2. Vimochana/English

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