“Sometimes the hardest pieces of a puzzle to assemble, are the ones missing from the box”
Put on your thinking caps as Rasayans ’20 brings to you its flagship puzzling event. Get ready to experience mind boggling brain teasers, trivia and logical puzzles as this event tests your wits and unlocks new levels of thinking. Connect the dots, crack the clues and emerge victorious in this fun-filled extravaganza.
Team size : 1 - 2
Years participating :
- II year
- III year
Open to all branches. No branch or year restriction in team formation (except final year)
- Yogen Sood
- Manas Sharma
- Jigesha Yadav
Puzzles, Brain teasers (Elimination)
Surprise Round (Finals)
“Why fit in, when you can stand out?”
Feeling the placement woe? Does the campus placement season give you sleepless nights? Team Rasayans presents ‘Chemethlon’, an exciting brew of aptitude test, communication skills for group discussion and knowledge for personal interviews. It will not only help you perfect your techniques but will also allow you to get valuable feedback and coaching on your performance. An added bonus of preparing and practicing is the self-confidence, which you will gain. So put your skills to test and advance with a new excitement in the next level.
Team size : Individual
Years participating :
- II year
- III year
- Aadisha Singh
- Vijay Kumar Shukla
- Nishanth Pandey
Aptitude + technical test
'Just a minute' - Speak on the allotted topic for a minute.
Interviews- Technical (core/consultancy+software) and HR.
“Excel it efficiently”
Suggest some theoretical point to increase the efficiency and calculate the efficiency on the basis of provided data
A team consists of two people with at least one chemical engineering student
- Shubham Mishra
- Krishna Raj Singh Hazari
- Parikshit Pandey
No elimination round.
⦁ First second and third place-winner will be decided on the basis of the outcome of their project.
RasayansINDUSTRIAL DESIGN PROBLEM
"Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works."
Industries are an indispensable part of our society. Almost everything we use in our daily lives is manufactured by industries. But what we are unaware of is the number of challenges these industries face on a daily basis. The Industrial Design Problem competition requires you to put on your thinking caps and come up with an innovative detailed solution to the problem specified below by presenting your solution in the form of a presentation .
2nd and 3rd year B-tech Students from Chemical Engineering
- Anshika Srivastava
- Tushar Mittal
- 90689 57631
Team size: Two members (at max.)
2nd Round: Final
Format: Presentation Based Event.
'Questions are the engines of the intellect , the cerebral machines which convert energy into motion and
CURIOSITY TO CONTROLLED INQUIRY' ----David H. Fishcher
Hello Chemical Engineers!
Here's an event to find your 'Chemical Quotient' which tests your General Knowledge and conceptual knowledge regarding Chemical Engineering. So, fasten your belts and get your brains working to the solution ... but quick.
Team of TWO. Atleast one participant should be from Chemical Engineering branch.
- Saumya Somra
- Shivam Sharma
This is a quiz type event.
Elimination , all teams can participate. Format - Question answer type (most probably MCQs and One word Answers and recognise the image type) Platforms - Google forms or Hacker earth type
Final , Winners will be decided in this round. Only teams who qualified round 1 can participate. Format - Ques-Ans type but via ppt. Platform - MS Teams or Similiar with viva type round.
*one special round may be conducted.
"Think Twice. Code Once"
The event will test logical and sequential planning (the basis of all simulations). It also challenges you to think logically and find optimized solution of real world problems on MATLAB. The platform of the event is MATLAB (offline users) or GNU OCTAVE (online users without MATLAB software, all commands same as MATLAB). The classes for event will help you understand and build your own simulation and execute it in MATLAB and GNU OCTAVE. Focus is on coding not on code.
Team size : 2 for third year 3 for second year (Open to all branches)
- Alok Jaiswal
- Shivam Garg
Teams can use only MATLAB OR GNU OCTAVE (if MATLAB can not be used / downloaded /installed) based on your preference but not both. Team members can use any platform for practise but will have to go with anyone in rounds. The rounds are as follows:-
Elimination- Judged by performance in test (puzzles) based on combination of Mathematics, programming and MATLAB commands.
Final - Final round based on solving real world problem.