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In a world of rapid changes and chases, Life of a robot is analogous to the Life of a human. Our run for food is their run for power. Our run for expertise is their run for control. Our run for money is their run for speed. You gotta realise here that their run for life is your run for glory. Race, race and race.

Build a manually controlled robot which is capable of racing on a rough circuit along with its fellow bots. In the shortest period, it must be able to complete the track specified. GENERAL RULES:

Team can have a maximum number of 4 members. Team members can be from different educational institutions. A team can play with only one robot. In case the robot moves out off the arena, the robot will be placed at the previous checkpoint. Touching the robot during the game will lead to negative points. In case of wired robot the wire should remain slack throughout the race. It should not disturb the arena or the participants. If so then the team will be disqualified. The robot should not damage the field. Damaging/harming the arena may lead to disqualification.


The game play consists of two rounds (a qualifying round and a final round)
1. Prelims
- The participating teams will drive their robot individually in a track for preliminary round. The track may contain very few stable obstacles. The time taken to complete the circuit will be taken as your qualifying time. The penalties and scoring points will be informed on the spot.
2. Finals
- Based on the qualifying time of each team, top 6 teams will make to the finals. There is no penalty for the final round. The three teams that finish the race quickly will be declared as winners.


The ROBOT can have a maximum dimension of 250 x 250 x 200(l x b x h) (all in mm) with a tolerance of 5%. The maximum potential difference between any two points should be 12 volts DC. Robot must have power supply on board. There will be no provision of external power supply. The maximum weight is 5kg. The robot can be controlled by wired/wireless mechanisms. It should be controlled by a single person at a time. If the robot is controlled by wireless mechanisms, the robot must have a frequency remote control circuit which can avoid frequency interference with other teams. It must have only a single transmitting device.


The track length and the number of laps will be revealed on the spot. The track will be provided with cushion along the edges of about few cms height to keep the bot within the track.


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