- First and second prize is given in
each of three groups of disciplines:
- Group A: Engineering
& Technology, Physical Sciences and Agricultural
- Group B: Arts
& Humanities, Business Education and Social
- Group C: Biological
sciences, Medical sciences and Veterinary Sciences
- Cash Prize of Rs 30, 000 along with
DICE 2012 shields will be given to a winning team in
- Cash Prize of Rs 15, 000 along with
DICE 2012 shields will be given to a runner-up team
in each category.
- All Participant teams will be awarded
certificates of appreciation.
- Industry participants (those having
booths) will be given DICE 2012 shields.
- All invited speakers, judges, chief
guests will be awarded DICE 2012 shields.
- All Participants should be given DICE
2012 Tote Bag along with a pen, writing pad and DICE
2012 Brochure at the welcome table.
- Winning team’s brief presentation/interview
and the name of a sponsor industry will be included
in DICE-2012 DVD, which will be distributed locally
as well as internationally.
- Participating teams will have to come
up with an innovative project idea, one page project
description, and team membership at the time of registration.
- Teams should preferably utilize state-of-art
technologies/software to design the innovative product
- Projects have potential to benefit
local industry/economy will be given special consideration.
- Teams will need to submit a complete
project report (report template will be available on
the DICE 2012 website).
- Teams will be required to display
and present their projects on the final day of the event.
A written report will carry 40% weightage of the final
score. A panel of academicians from several leading Universities
will be judged the final reports.
Phase-I score will have the following distribution:
1. Conformance with the proposal 20 %
2. Degree of Innovation 60 %
3. Application of developed technologies/software 20 %
Project presentations/demos on the final day of the event
will carry 60 % of the score. Panel of judges will consist
of experts from both academia and industry.
Phase-II scoring will have the following distribution:
1. Score carried from phase-I 40 %
2. Potential impact on local industry and economy 40 %
3. Presentation 20 %