Archive for October, 2009

October 30th, 2009

Silico Battles 2009 — Overall Winners!

5 Comments, Uncategorized, by Shubham Goel.

Silico Battles 2009 was held from 28th-30th October, 2009 at the Ahlcon Public School, Mayur Vihar. The Exunclan bagged the Overall Rolling Trophy and an HP Deskjet Printer. The following are the individual results:- 1. Flash Presentation – 1st Position Rishabh Marya Pratham Agrawal 2. Digital Imaging – 2nd Position Shubham Goel Pranav Obhrai 3. Web Presentation – 2nd Position Bhuwan Khattar Varun Dubey 4. Crossword – 2nd Position Tanay Padhi Shubham Goel 5. Junior Programming – 2nd Position Barun Patra Ishaan Sharma 6. Junior Quiz – 3rd Position Vidur Butalia Pratul Tandon 7. Senior Programming – 3rd Position Aman Agarwal Shubham Goel 8. Programming in VB – 3rd Position Rishabh Marya Karanveer Mohan *9. PPT Presentation — 1st Position Shagun Goel Sarthak Mehta * — DPS Vasant Vihar Congratulations!

October 30th, 2009


6 Comments, Uncategorized, by admin.

Hey Guys I’ve been asked to conduct a Tech Quiz at St. Stephen’s College. It is for school kids. So Please come. on the 6th of November, 9 AM But please ensure the invitation reaches you before coming Thanks Gursartaj PS: If possible, spread the word. Id like to see some good teams there.

October 27th, 2009

List of participants for TCS IT WIZ 2009

2 Comments, Uncategorized, by aditya.aditude.

The quiz is to be held on 31st October, Saturday. The venue is Dogra hall located in the IIT Delhi Campus. Registration shall commence at 10:00 AM. Participants are requested to reach the venue by 9:45 by their own transport. Team 1 Varun Dubey Pratham Agrawal Team 2 Dhananjay Goel Tanay Padhi Team 3 Aditya Jain Vaibhav Bhatla Team 4 Bhuwan Khattar Mayank Sharma Team 5 Shubham Goel Rishabh Marya Team 6 Rohan Nagpal Adideva Sekhri Team 7 Kush Aggarwal Aditya Somani Team 8 Akriti Gaur Arshiya Sibia Team 8 Siddharth Ancha Dipankar Behera Team 9 Shivam BR Shekar Team 10 M.R. Ujwal Kanth Aditya Mitra Team 11 Aditya Grover Vishesh Kumar Team 12 Sarthak Khuntia Nayan Aggarwal Team 13 Udit Misra Siddharth Srivastava Team 14 Apratim Choudary Anand Khare Team 15Piyush GhaiNavneet Singh Team 16Nitin SethiAnkit Neerav

October 13th, 2009

Dynamix 2009 — Overall Winners

36 Comments, Uncategorized, by Shubham Goel.

Dynamix 2009 was organized on 12-13th October 2009 by Ramjas School, R.K. Puram. The Exun Clan Bagged the Overall Trophy. Individual Results are as follows:- 1. Group Discussion – 1st Position Aditya Anand 2. Crossword – 1st Position Aditya Grover Kush Agarwal 3. Quiz – 1st Position Aditya Jain Vaibhav Bhatla 4. Programming – 1st Position Sakshi Gupta Anand Khare 5. Gaming – 1st Position Mayank Sharma Kartik Raj Gupta

Dynamix 2009 is being organized by Ramjas School, R.K. Puram on 12-13th October, 2009. The following is the list of participants going for the event:- 1. S.Y.N.C.E.D (Creative Event) Shubham Goel Tanay Padhi Varun Dubey 2. Gaming Mayank Sharma Kartik Raj Gupta 3. Programming Sakshi Gupta Anand Khare 4. Crossword Aditya Grover Kush Agarwal 5. Quiz Dhananjay Goel Rohan Nagpal 6. Group Discussion Aditya Anand 7. Surprise Event Tanay Padhi

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