Monthly Archives: April 2005

Cyber Fest 2005, Final Results

SENIOR QUIZ

DPS R.K. PURAM – Abhisheyk Gaur and Aditya K. – I PRIZE (wweeeeeeeeeeeeeee)
MANAV STHALI – SHARAD AND AMAN – II PRIZE
BAL BHARTI PITAM PURA – ROHAN YUYUTSU – III PRIZE

SENIOR PROGRAMMING

APEEJAY PITAMPURA – I PRIZE
DPS RK PURAM – II PRIZE (Nikhil Aggarwal and Dhruv Aggarwal) (wweeeeeeeeeeeeee)
MAHAVIR SR SEC SCHOOL – III PRIZE

JUNIOR QUIZ

MONTFORT SCHOOL – I PRIZE
DPS ROHINI – II PRIZE
DPS RK PURAM – III PRIZE (Sakshi Gupta and Aditya Jain) (wweeeeeeeeeeeeeeee)

For complete updated results CLICK HERE

Results of MJKPS CyberFest 2005, DAY 1

JUNIOR QUIZ

MONTFORT SCHOOL – I PRIZE
DPS ROHINI – II PRIZE
DPS RK PURAM – III PRIZE (Aditya Jain and Sakshi Gupta, well done)

SENIOR PROGRAMMING

APEEJAY PITAMPURA – I PRIZE
DPS RK PURAM – II PRIZE (Nikhil Aggarwal and Dhruv Aggarwal)
MAHAVIR SR SEC SCHOOL – III PRIZE

SENIOR QUIZ FINALISTS
DPS RK PURAM – ADITYA K. AND ABHISHEYK GAUR
DPS MATHURA ROAD – MOHIT AND ANKIT
MANAV STHALI – SHARAD AND AMAN
BAL BHARTI PITAM PURA – ROHAN YUYUTSU

HARDWARE ASSEMBLING/TROUBLESHOOTING
MATA JAI KAUR PUBLIC SCHOOL – I PRIZE
SAHIL
ANKIT

DPS ROHINI – II PRIZE
KARSAN
HARSHIT

JASPAL KAUR PUBLIC SCHOOL – III PRIZE
SUKHMANDAR
KAWARBIR

CADET QUIZ RESULTS (Class-V)

KULACHI HANSRAJ MODEL SCHOOL – I PRIZE
Devanshu
Abhineet Jain

MATA JAI KAUR PUBLIC SCHOOL – II PRIZE
Harjas Singh
Dhruv Gupta

St. XAVIERS SCHOOL-III PRIZE
Sankrant
Shushant

DIGITAL ADVENTURE RESULTS(Class-VIII)

APEEJAY PRITAM PURA -I PRIZE
Rupinder
Ayush

MATA JAI KAUR PUBLIC SCHOOL – II PRIZE
Harkiran
Naman

RUKMANI DEVI PUBLIC SCHOOL- III PRIZE
Anuj
Aryan

DRAW N PAINT
MAHAVIR SR MODEL SCHOOL – I PRIZE
GOPESH AND VAIBHAV

APEEJAY PITAM PURA – II PRIZE
YAMINI AND SANCHITA

SPRINGDALES SCHOOL DK – III PRIZE
LAKSHAY AND RAJASI

CyberFest 2005

Details for the event at MJKPS

Class IX – XII

Senior Quiz
There will be a written elimination round. 2 students forming 1 team wil have to solve a single question paper. 6 teams will be selected for the final round. Attractive prizes for audience too!

Linux Programming
30 minutes will be given to solve 3 programs. Best of Luck!

Interface Designing
Participants will be required to design an interface for any application (eg audio/video player). The topic will be given on the spot.

Class XI-XII

Senior Programming
Each team of 2 students will get a set of programs. Programmers can choose Visual Basic or C++ to solve the programs.

Mobile Website Designing
Each team will be required to create a website that can be accessed on a mobile phone. Participants will be given a text editor and a WAP browser. Topic will be given on the spot.

Class IX-X

Hardware Troubleshooting
Each team will be given a fixed time to assemble and resolve hardware problems.

Create Mobile Ringtones
One team of 2 members can participate. MAGITH software will be provided to create the tones. Ringtones must be created based upon a theme given on the spot.

Class VI-VIII

Junior Quiz
There wil be a written quiz only. 2 members can form 1 team.

Digital Ad Venture
Students are required to creatively design an advertisement. Topic will be given on the spot. Adobe Photoshop and Macromedia Flash will be provided

Class V and Below

Cadet Quiz
There wil be a written quiz only. 2 members can form 1 team.

Watch n Present
All participants will watch a multimedia CD. They will be required to create a PowerPoint Presentation based upon the topic shown. Some picture files and sound clips will also be provided.

Draw n Paint
Participants will be required to draw and paint using any given drawing and painting software.
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Click here for the schedule.
SP and Hardware Troubleshooting are on the 26th while the SQ finals & Linux Prog are on the 27th.

To the Abhisheyk and Ishita – We were all waiting for a post on this, but it never came. Please, do your job. We still don’t know who’s going for what.

Meeting on 21/04/05

There will be a meeting of all members on April 21,2005(Thursday) in Lab 4 right after the 3rd period.We have quite a few things on our agenda.Firstly,the teams for CyberFest 2005, being held on April 26th-27th,2005 have to be finalized.I will be posting the details of the event soon.

Something BIG this way comes…

I would like to put a stop to all the rumours and answer a few prayers.
Domain Square 2005 is gearing up and is ‘Coming soon’.
Therefore fasten your seatbelts.
If you are feeling restless you may register now by sending a mail to domainsquare@gmail.com and a seat will be reserved.
But if you think you can wait a little longer, do wait.
The Competition dates will be finalized, posters will be put up etc. and the registeration time will be aplenty.

P.S. Domain Square is a divine group started by Master Karan Misra for avid gamers and I might add that gaming isn’t just for fun. It is an important part of interschool compute symposia.

Thanking You
Manas Gautam(Tell ppl to stop bugging you Abhisheyk!!!)

Yahoo! 360 Invites available

If you need a Yahoo! 360 invitation, please leave a comment. You are sure to receive one.

It’s just another blogging and photo sharing tool from Yahoo!

You have to keep one thing in mind – due to some inexplicable policy, you have to be above 18 to use this service. So, when you sign up, choose an appropriate date for your DoB or change your current settings.

PS – such invites are not easy to find, so please don’t ask for one for the heck of it.

Delayed

The Inter School TCS Quiz has been delayed and it will take place on 5,6th May. Prelims will be conducted on 5th and final will be held in the AVH on 6th.
No rules have been changed

Google Maps – Navigate the Earth , Dynamically!

Online search-engine leader Google has unveiled a new feature enabling users to zoom in on homes and businesses using satellite images, an advance that may raise privacy concerns as well as intensify the competitive pressures on its rivals.

This marks the first time since the deal closed that Google has offered free access to Keyhole’s high-tech maps through its search engine. Users previously had to pay $29.95 to download a version of Keyhole’s basic software package.

A more traditional map will continue to be the first choice served up by Google’s search engine.

Users will have the option of retrieving a satellite picture by clicking on a button.

According to Keyhole’s general manager, John Hanke, there is little reason for people to be paranoid about the satellite maps because the images generally are six to 12 months old. “And it’s not like you are going to be able to read a license plate on a car or see what an individual was doing when a particular image was taken,” he also added. Google’s free satellite maps initially will be limited to North America, with images covering roughly half the United States.

Not everyone will be happy about their homes being viewable on the Web, even if they do look tiny and fuzzy. Some privacy advocates are urging Google to offer an online “opt-out” feature that would let people type in their addresses to have their homes blurred or blanked out from Google’s public-image database.


Explore the universe

EXUN QUIZ WIZ

An Inter School Quiz (Exun Quiz Wiz) will be organised on 28, 29th April 2005 for the Inauguration of the TCS Lab. We will hold only quiz as event. NO other event like programming, software display etc..will be held. All the school will be participating in this 2 Day event. First day, we will conduct Prelims, in which 6 teams will be selected for the finals. Second day , we will held Quiz Final on the stage in AVH.