Friday, 9 December 2016

National Level Technical Symposium - TYCLAVE'16 - 23-12-2016

School of Commerce and Computer Science organizing the National Level Technical Symposium - Tyclave'16 on December 23rd 2016.

To develop the competitive nature of the student and build the confidence of the students the events in technical and culture will be organized and the events are as follows

  • Idea presentation
  • Multimedia
  • Technical Quiz
  • Web Designing
  • App Development
  • Paper Presentation
  • Just a Minute
  • Debugging
  • ADZAP
  • Group Dance


To download : Poster   Rules   Registration form

Rules & Regulations:
General Rules
  • *        Registration fee per participant is Rs.100/- (Participation Certificate will be provided to all the registered participants).
  • *        Each member can participate in Three events [Participants has to selected events and avoid clashes between events - Organizer is not responsible for clash].
  • *        Kindly register and confirm yourself / your team through E-mail well in advance
  • *        Participants are requested to report at the registration counter by 9.30 a.m., on the day of the event.
  • *        Spot registration will be closed at 10.00 a.m.
  • *        Participants must bring their college ID card and authorization certificate from Head of the institution / Department.
  • *        Replacement of any participant of a team is not allowed after registration.
  • *        Winners are awarded with attractive cash prizes.
  • *        Participants’ certificate will be provided for all the participants at the valedictory.
  • *        Judges decision will be final for all events.
  • *        Teams found violating the rules or misbehaving will be disqualified.
  • *        The participants will be responsible for the safety of their belongings. TYCLAVE ’16 team will not be responsible for any loss of property.
  • *        Participants should follow proper dress code.
  • *        Lunch will be provided to all the registered participants.
  • *        Mobile phones / Electronic gadgets are strictly prohibited inside the competition area.

 For more details please contact:

Mr. V. Veerakumaran, Assistant Professor / CS – 9677945723
Mr. S. Harikaran, Assistant Professor / Commerce – 9677961614, 9994364846

Send your registration form to : cscarcas@gmail.com or tyclave16@gmail.com



PAPER PRESENTATION:
RULES:
1.      One team per college, 2 members per team.
2.      Presentation should focus on a specific topic related to Computer Science / Commerce.
3.      Abstract should not exceed 1 page and Paper should not exceed 15 pages. Both should be sent to the email id tyclave16@gmail.com or cscarcas@gmail.com     
4.      Please bring your PowerPoint presentation on a CD / pen-drive.
5.      Soft-copies of the paper should in .docx format  and PowerPoint presentations in .pptx format
6.      10 minutes for presentation and 5 minutes for queries.

TECHNICAL QUIZ: 
RULES:
1.      One team per college, 2 members per team.
2.      The participants will not be allowed to use mobile or other electronic gadgets during the quiz.
3.      Prelims will conducted in the area of C/C++/Java.
4.      Only five teams will be selected for Finals.

MULTIMEDIA:
RULES
1.      The team must comprise of 2 members 
2.      The presentation must have original content and should not be a presentation downloaded  from the net. Such presentations will be disqualified.
3.      There will be a panel of three judges for selecting the best presentation.
4.      The multimedia presentation with a time duration of 10 Minutes with theme of GREEN Marketing, GST, Demonetization, Digital India, Make in India, India 2050.
5.      Participant has to submit their presentation at the time of registration.
6.      There is no restriction on using tools for the preparation of presentation.

DEBUGGING:
RULES:
1.      Two members per team, one team per college.
2.      Prelims will be conducted on C/C++ / Java / SQL
3.      Five teams will be selected for the finals.
4.      In finals - 5 programs will be given on C/ C++ / HTML.
5.      Time duration to find and correct the bug - 30 minutes.

APP DEVELOPMENT:
RULES:
1.      Two members per team, one team per college.
2.      Prelims will be conducted in Java.
3.      App should be developed with the theme given on spot within the duration of 30 minutes.
4.      If the app code is downloaded from net or any other material means that team will be disqualified.
5.      Student should bring their own laptop with the required software.


WEB DESIGNING:
RULES:
1.      Two members per team, one team per college.
2.      Prelims will be conducted. Only 10 teams will be selected for finals.
3.      Participants need to design a 5+ pages website based on the topic announced on spot.
4.      First page must be your Homepage (Containing LOGO/picture depicting the topic and the Website name).
5.      Three pages must be dedicated to your choice suitable for the website.The last page must be Information Hub that provides details about you.
6.      Use of USB drive is strictly prohibited.

ADZAP:
RULES:
1.      One team per college, two members per team.
2.      Topic will be provided on the spot.
3.      The time duration allocated for preparation and performance will be 5 minutes respectively.
4.      The participating team should advertise their product.
5.      Vulgarity will not be entertained.
6.      Different forms of expression like a slogan, banners or any innovative forms is acceptable.
7.      Humor and creativity will be much appreciated.

GROUP DANCE:
RULES:
1.      One entry per college.
2.      Time limit is 6-8 minutes for each performance. Negative marking for exceeding the time limit.
3.      Each team may have 6-8 members, including coordinators.
4.      Choice of songs is open to the participants.
5.      The participants are requested to bring two CDs to avoid technical disturbance. Out of which, they are also requested to submit one CD with the coordinator of the event.
6.      No props will be provided by the coordinators. Participants can carry their own props.
7.      Dance performance should not convey any indecent gestures.
8.      Green room would be given for changing purpose.
9.      The participants will be judged on the basis of their rhythm, formation, synchronization, expressions, and costumes, makeup, setup and overall effects.



JUST A MINUTE:
RULES:
Just-A-Minute (or JAM) is an all round-fun event that is all about the control of the mind over the mouth. Can you make it through sixty seconds of non-stop talking without hesitation, repetition, or deviation? Or will the sheer pressure make you crumble and have your competitors pounce on you in an instant?
*                 The JAM master is god. No questions or arguments once the final decision has been made.
*                 To object, slam the table and say “JAM”. The JAM master decides when you are allowed to put forth your objection
*                 You get a penalty if the competition objects on any of the following counts:
                                                          i.          you object out of turn
                                                        ii.          You stutter, stammer, and generally indulge in “time-wasting tactics”. These include efforts to buy time like interspersing your talk with “uhh”, “aah” etc...
                                                      iii.          Early start and late start
                                                      iv.          Speaking too fast or too slow
                                                        v.          Grammatical errors
                                                      vi.           Undue stress on words, undue emphasis in the sentences
                                                    vii.          Repetition of a previously used idea
                                                  viii.          Not following the “random rules” as set by the JAM master.


IDEA PRESENTATION:
RULES:
The Main motivation of this event is to increase student’s entrepreneurship.
1.        Maximum number of participants in a Team is 2.
2.        One entry per college.
3.        Have a very clear introduction, to motivate what you do and to present the problem you want to solve.
4.        Use only one idea per slide.
5.        Use only one "conclusions" slide. The conclusion slide should be the last one.
6.        20 minutes time given to all participants.

7.        The judge's decision will be final.

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