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I was amongst the first ones who travelled the Earth, 
I was the first drop of rain to touch the atmosphere,

I was the luck apple that fell beside a great mathematician,
I was the discovery behind Hooke's onion peel,
I am the God-particle, artificially intelligent JARVIS
I am as irrational as pi and I am as simple as Work, Power, Energy.
Ahead of the text, above all derivations, I am the sine wave emotion.
I am living, beyond explanation.
I am 'qua' of the water and hydrogen in the chemicals.
I am 'Turi' - The conscience, I am 'Ojas' - The energy around.
Together I am a meaningful life.

I am Turiyojas - Where limit tends to infinity.


खूबियों से नाम है, नाम से पहचान है
दरिया ये सोच का, सोच से विज्ञान है
दीन दयाल उपाध्याय कॉलेज में होने वाले *विज्ञान उत्सव* का नाम *तुरियोजस* है।
यह नाम संस्कृत भाषा के 'तुरिया' और 'ओजस' शब्द को जोड़ कर लिखा गया है।'तुरिया' का अर्थ है 'समाधि'(चेतना का उच्चतम स्तर) और 'ओजस' का अर्थ तन एवं मस्तिष्क की अहम ऊर्जा है।

'तुरियोजस' नाम स्वयं में सार्थक है।

ये नाम हमे ऊर्जा प्रदान करेगा जो किसी भी मनुष्य को विशाल एवं अनूठा कार्य करने हेतु चाहिए होती है।


NO REGISTRATION OR ENTRY FEE FOR STUDENTS OR FACULTY MEMBERS
 
March 11, 2019 

09:00 am - 10:00 am - Registration (Ground Floor, Auditorium)

10: 00 am – 10:15 am About NASI by Professor Ajoy Ghatak, Chairman-NASI Delhi Chapter

Professor Ajoy Ghatak has recently retired from IIT Delhi. He obtained his MSc from Delhi University and PhD from Cornell University. His research areas are Fiber Optics and Quantum Mechanics. He has several books in these areas including  Introduction To Fiber Optics (co-authored with K. Thyagarajan and published by Cambridge University Press); Quantum Mechanics, (co-authored with S. Lokanathan and published by Macmillan (2004), The first edition of his undergraduate text of OPTICS has been translated into Chinese and Persian. Professor Ghatak is a recipient of several awards including the 2003 Optical Society of America Esther Hoffman Beller award in recognition of his outstanding contributions to optical science and engineering education. He is also a recipient of the 1979 CSIR S S Bhatnagar award, the 2003 International Commission for Optics Galileo Galilei award and the 2008 SPIE Educator award. He also received the 1991 Meghnad Saha Award (Instituted by UGC) for outstanding research contributions in theoretical sciences.

10: 15 am – 11:00 am Inaugural Address

Professor RK Kohli, FNA, FASc, FASc, FNAAS, JC Bose National Fellow, Vice-Chancellor, Central University of Punjab, Bathinda  (Title of talk - Why and How to adopt Research as a Career option). 

Professor RK Kohli,
Vice-Chancellor, Central University of Punjab, Bathinda 
 
Prof. R.K. Kohli, M.Sc. Ph.D, recepient of JC Bose National Fellow, Department of Science & Technology, Government of India, Fellow of all the 4 National Science Academies (FNA, FASc, FNASc, FNAAS) has been appointed as second Vice Chancellor of Central University of Punjab w.e.f. September 5, 2014. He has more than thirty five years of experience and has been the Vice Chancellor of DAV University, Jalandhar. Prior to that he was DUI at Panjab University, Chandigarh. He is a renowned Ecologist. He had been member and Chairman of Academic, Administrative or Technical Committees of Botany department in Panjab University. He has also chaired several academic bodies/ meetings in India & abroad.
Website:  www.rkkohli.com
11:00 am – 11:30 pm Tea Break
 
11:30 am – 03:00 pm
  • Science Exhibition (Sixth Floor) - Display of Projects and Posters on any Branch of Science and Engineering
  • Science Quiz - Covering all Branches of Science and Engineering in Room No. 212 and 220
  • Hands-on-Workshop on “Bird Nest making for assisting the conservation of House Sparrow” - Rationale - House Sparrow, as is evident from the name, was originally a part of every home and also a part of the culture of many religions. It is important for both environment and mankind. It serves as an indicator of the ecosystem it is in, whenever it’s found near humans it signal towards a healthy biome.  There are many reasons for seen it as threatened species; mainly habitat loss, hindrance in magnetic navigation due to cell phone towers, insensitivity towards biodiversity etc. The activities per session will include: A Bird House Making Session, Two Interactive Live Environment Games, quiz and Nature Antakshri. Duration of Workshop: 1 hour 30 minutes; Students (per session): 20 Groups each having 3 students (total 60 students); Room No. 308
03:00 pm – 04:30 pm Science Movie Screening (Ground Floor, Auditorium)
 
March 12, 2019
 
10: 00 am – 11:00 am Keynote Address

Dr. Amulya Kumar Panda, Director, National Institute of Immunology, Aruna Asaf Ali Marg, New Delhi - 110067, India

Dr. Amulya Kumar Panda, 
Director, National Institute of Immunology

Our research groups at Product Development Cell have been working on the translational   aspect of immunology and modern biology since last 27 years. In the initial years we were instrumental in developing immunodiagnostic kit, leprosy vaccine and recombinant fermentation process for production of proteins. We have published the very first report of highest expression of recombinant protein in E. coli on Indian studies (J. Biotechnology, 1999). In recent years, we are working mostly on protein refolding from inclusion bodies, development of polymeric nanoparticle based vaccine delivery system  and design of polymer scaffold for tissue engineering applications. The research of our groups is well documented with 120 research papers, 9 book chapters and 30 patents at NII. Couple of technologies developed by us has been transferred to industry for commercialization. One of the notable outcomes of our research group has been the development of novel protein refolding process from inclusion bodies. This essentially involves use of mild solubilization process while protecting the existing native-like structure of protein in inclusion bodies. These methods have been used for high throughput recovery of many therapeutic proteins and has been very extensively cited worldwide (J. Biosciences and Bioengineering, 2005). The research on how inclusion bodies are formed in E. coli has supported the concept of soft and tough inclusion bodies during the expression of recombinant protein. Our research group has also made significant contribution on improving the immunogenicity of antigens while delivering them using polymeric particles.  Notable innovations from our research group are ; development of single dose vaccines, improved immunogenicity of weak and T independent antigens, modulation of immune response using different sized polymeric particles (Biomaterials,  2007) and elicitation of memory antibody response from single dose  immunization of polymer particle based vaccine formulation (Biomaterials 2009, 2012). We have developed a nanotechnology based novel pneumococcal vaccine which does not need conjugation to a carrier protein. We have developed dry powder alum as an adjuvant to make thermostable vaccines. Apart from this, we have also developed an innovative way of polymer membrane synthesis for wound healing applications. This works as an artificial skin substitute trade marked as ARTSKNII.TM
 
11:00 am – 11:30 pm Tea Break
 
11:30 am – 02:00 pm
  • Science Exhibition (Sixth Floor) - Display of Projects and Posters on any Branch of Science and Engineering
  • Inter-College Debate covering all branches of science and engineering Room No. 307
  • Inter-College Paper Presentation in Room No. 111
02:00 pm – 03:00 pm
  • Science Movie Screening (Ground Floor, Auditorium)
  • Science Graffiti Competition and “Nukkad Natak” Competition (Ground Floor, open Area)
03:00 pm – 04:30 pm
  • Panel Discussion on “Science Communication” – Expert Panel shall comprise of Professors from Science Departments of University of Delhi and Well Known Experts from other Institutes (Ground Floor, Auditorium)
04:30 pm – 05:00 pm Cultural Program and Prize Distribution (Ground Floor, Auditorium)

Results for the Science Festival

POSTER AND PROJECTS

Life Science and Chemical Science Theme

First Prize (Rs. 3000 and Certificate): Analysis of human TERT expression in squamous cell carcinoma of the skin: its implication in tumor metastasis and differentiation, Stuti Kumari, Twinkle Kathuria, Jassica Gupta, Ruchi Dubey,Seema Sen, Perumal Jayaraj , Kartikey Saxena, Department of Zoology, Sri Venkateswara College, Benito Juarez Marg, DhaulaKuan, New Delhi-110021 (Email: jayaraj@svc.ac.in)

Second Prize (Rs. 2000 and Certificate): Mutational Analysis of Exan 3 and Exon 4 of PINK1 gene, Aryaditi Jena, B.Sc.(Hons.) Zoology, Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College (University of Delhi), Sector-3, Dwarka, New Delhi, India-110078 (Email: aryaditi17@gmail.com )

Third Prize (Rs. 1500 and Certificate) : Banana Peels: Solution to Energy Crisis, Ridhi Palia, Deshbandhu College, University of Delhi (Email: ridhipalia@gmail.com)

Certificate of Appreciation:

  1. Analysis of Microflora present in Polluted Water of Suburban City, Dwarka, New Delhi, Prashant Shaw, Niyaz Ahmed, Riya Pakhre, Sonia, Shivangi Das, Rohan Kashyap, Manisha, Ayushi Yadav, S. N. Tripathi, Sandeep Kumar and Rajkumari Sanayaima Devi, DeenDayal Upadhyaya College (University of Delhi), Sector-3, Dwarka, New Delhi, India-110078, (Email: Sandeep20684@gmail.com)
  2. Synthetic seeds: A promising method to conserve endangered plant species, Priya Singh Kushwaha and Kritika Bahuguna and Dr. Rajkumari Sanayaima Devi, Department of Botany, DeenDayal Upadhyaya College (University of Delhi), Sector-3, Dwarka, New Delhi, India-110078
  3. A survey and analysis of the food safety and hygiene standards of street food vendors in East Delhi, AyushiMisra#, Kriti Nagwani#, Nitika Goel# ,Rupam Khurana#, Saumya Chaturvedi*, #Student, BSc(H) Food Technology, *Assistant Professor, Department of food Technology,  Shaheed Rajguru College Of Applied Sciences For WomenVasundhra Enclave , Delhi Email: saumya.chats@gmail.com
  4. Early life stress induced epigenetic change in the brain of Balb/c mice, Deepika Pawar, Department of Zoology, DeenDayal Upadhyaya College (University of Delhi), Sector-3, Dwarka, New Delhi, India-110078 Email: Deepikapawarr97@gmail.com
  5. A novel bacterial strain (NP1T), belonging to the genus Pontibacter, isolated from soil contaminated with hexachlorocyclohexane (HCH), Priya Singh*a and Rup Lalb, aDepartment of Zoology, Hindu College, University of Delhi; bManaging Director, PhixGenPvt. Ltd. Email: priya.impulse@gmail.com
  6. A Joined-up Policy Approach for Urban Ecology Programme Rainwater - Use for Life, Bhupendra Kumar, Ajay Veer, Akash Banerjee Tulsi B.Sc. (H) Botany, III-Year, Department of Botany, DeenDayal Upadhyaya College (University of Delhi)
  7. Sustainable smart city, Harsha, Ramjana, Priyanshi, Vichitra Kiya, Department of Botany, DeenDayal Upadhyaya College (University of Delhi), Sector-3, Dwarka, New Delhi, India-110078
  8. Cellulose Ethanol, Rajat Jain, Mahika Jain, Sri Venkateswara College (University of Delhi)
  9. Water Analyser, Yashvi Sharma, Tanvi Sharma Bal Bharti Public School, Sector-12, Dwarka Email: archana.narang@yahoo.co.in

Physical Science and Electronics Theme

First Prize (Rs. 3000 and Certificate): SCARA robot-A Computer-Numeric (CNC) Application of Inverse Kinematics  Abhigyan Goswami, Daipayan Dasgupta "B.Sc. Physics(H), Ramjas College, Department of Physics, Ramjas College. Email: ag.abhigyan@gmail.com

Second Prize (Rs. 2000 and Certificate): Drone, Anurag Negi, B.Sc.(H) Electronics III Yr), Sri Venkateswara College, University of Delhi. Email: anurag.negi.2056@gmail.com

Certificate of Appreciation:

  1. QuadCopter  Ajay Joshi, Sahil, Sukrit, Sonam, B. Sc.(H) Electronics, Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College, University of Delhi          
  2. Real-time Face Recognition Using OpenCV and Convolution Neural Network, Aswanth T1, Dharmendra Kumar Mahato2, Geetika Jain Saxena2  National Institute of Technology Calicut1, Maharaja Agrasen College-University of Delhi. Email: aswanthtvs@gmail.com
  3. IoT based Smart Solar Energy Distribution System      "Priya Tripathi, Jatin Kumar, Pawan Kumar Mishra, Department of Electronics Science, University of Delhi, South Campus. Email: mishrapawankumar66@gmail.com, jatin0429@gmail.com, priya1097tripathi@gmail.com

Mathematical and Computer Science Theme

First Prize (Rs. 3000 and Certificate): Searching for Random Transient Events using the Giant Meter Wave Radio Telescope, Ishita Chaturvedi, Sri Venkateswara College, University of Delhi, New Delhi. Email: ishitachaturvedi14@gmail.com

Second Prize (Rs. 2000 and Certificate): Project of Certificate Generation, Mohd. Mounish, B. Sc. Hons Computer Science, Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College, University of Delhi

Third Prize (Rs. 1500 and Certificate): Automatic Garbage Collector, Harshika Singh, Parul Agarwal,  Ritu Singhal, Department of Mathematics, Indraprastha College for Women. Email: hakkutheias@gmail.com, parulag98@gmail.com

Certificate of Appreciation:

  1. LI-FI: Data in Light   Ritu Singhal, Shreya Sharma, Kajal Kumari, Shweta Bhardwaj, Ishika Singh, Indraprastha College for Women, University of Delhi. Email: ritikishirocks@gmail.com, rsinghal@ip.du.ac.in, iamshreya494@gmail.com, kajalnavy28@gmail.com, jagdishcats@gmail.com
  2. Cryptography and Mathematics, Amal Nath, Devansh Tiwari, Gaurav Nautiyal, Jatin Gautam, Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College (University of Delhi), Sector-3, Dwarka, New Delhi, India-110078 . Email: amlannath.007@gmail.com
  3. A Meticulous Study to Scrutinize the Effects of Collaboration Patterns on Academic Performance, Vandana Gupta, Chetna Gupta, Naina Chaudhary, Pankhuri Jain, Department of Computer Science, Kalindi College, University of Delhi, Delhi-110008, India. Email: write2vgupta@rediffmail.com 

Paper Presentation

First Prize (Rs. 3000 and Certificate): Detecting Transient Events in real Time, Ishita Chaturvedi, B.Sc. Hons Physics, Sri Venkateswara College, University of Delhi, New Delhi. Email: ishitachaturvedi14@gmail.com

Second Prize (Rs. 2000 and Certificate): Mutational Analysis of Exan 3 and Exon 4 of PINK1 gene, Aryaditi Jena, B.Sc.(Hons.) Zoology, Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College (University of Delhi), Sector-3, Dwarka, New Delhi, India-110078 (Email: aryaditi17@gmail.com)

Third Prize (Rs. 1500 and Certificate): Analysing Student’s Relationships through Network Modelling and Analysis, Umang Aggarwal, B. Sc. Hons Computer Science, Kalindi College, University of Delhi

Science Quiz

First Prize (Rs. 12000 for the Team and Certificate): Aditya, B. Tech ECE IV Year, NSUT; Ankit, B. Tech ECE II Year, NSUT; Aniket, B. Tech ECE II Year, NSUT and Manan, B. Tech ECE II Year, NSUT Email: adityabarthura1997@gmail.com

Second Prize (Rs. 8000 for the Team and Certificate): Mudit, Harshit, Vishesh, B. Tech IV Year, NSUT Email: muditb.co@nsif

Third Prize (Rs. 6000 for the Team and Certificate): Jignesh, B.Sc. Botany III Year, Shahlan, B. Sc. Physical Science III Year; Bimal, B.Sc. Hons Mathematics III Year, Ramjas College, University of Delhi Email: jigneshme2016@gmail.com

Certificate of Appreciation

Harsh Chauhan and Arnav, B.Sc. Hons Physics, Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College, University of Delhi Email: chauhanharsh.2006@gmail.com

Niyaz Ahmad, Rohan Kashyap, Shivangi Das and Sonia, B. Sc. Hons Botany, Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College, University of Delhi Email: shivangidas2@gmail.com

Rishika, Sara and Kavita, B. Sc. Life Science III Year, Gargi College, University of Delhi Email: rs.rishika.sharma99@gmail.com

Debate Competition

First Prize (Rs. 3000 and Certificate): Saumya Samridhi, Class XII, Bal Bharati Public School, Dwarka Sector 12, New Delhi

Second Prize (Rs. 2000 and Certificate): Harshit Malhotra, Bachelor of Management Studies, III Year, Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College, University of Delhi

Third Prize (Rs. 1500 and Certificate): Guneet Kaur Raina, B.Sc. Hons. Zoology, SGTB Khalsa College, University of Delhi.

Best Interjector (Rs. 1000 and Certificate): Himanshi Gupta, B. Tech II Year, KIET Group of Institutions, Ghaziabad

Best Interjector (Rs. 1000 and Certificate): Kajal Tuteja, B. Sc. Hons Chemistry II Year, Maitreyi College, University of Delhi

Graffiti

First Prize (Rs. 3000 and Certificate): Divesh, Kshita and Sakshi, College of Vocational Studies, University of Delhi

Second Prize (Rs. 2000 and Certificate): Nikhil, Varnika, Chhavi, Rishika and Aarti, Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College, University of Delhi

Nukkad Natak

First Prize (Rs. 7000 for the team and certificate): Guru Gobind Singh Khalsa College, University of Delhi (Theme: Home Sweet Home)

 

Rules and Details for Project, Poster and Paper Presentation

  • Students (UG/PG) in individual or in group can participate in this competition. They have to produce a letter from their college mentioning that they are regular students of the same college.
  • Research Scholars and Faculty are also encouraged to present paper/poster in the science festival.
  • One SYNOPSIS can be submitted in one theme only: (1) Physical Sciences, (2) Mathematical and Computer Science, (3) Life Sciences and (4) Chemical Sciences
  • Students should submit ONE PAGE synopsis via email by March 08, 2019. NO EXTENSION IN DEADLINE.
  • It has to be clearly mentioned in the Synopsis that they are participating in which Category i.e. Paper/Poster/Project
  • Synopsis with Plagiarised work will be rejected.
  • A jury of experts will examine their proposal and the final decision will be informed via email by March 07, 2019.
  • There is no registration Fee.
  • Format of Synopsis:

Category: Paper/Poster/Project

Title of the Paper/Poster/Project (Bold and in 14 pt. Times New Roman)
Full Name of All Team Members
e-mails of corresponding author
Name of the College (Bold and in 12 pt. Times New Roman)
Abstract (500 word Text and 1-2 Photos)

PRIZES: First - Rs. 3000/-, Second - Rs. 2000/- and Third 1500/-
(In addition to this winners will be allowed to avail experimental facilities under the supervision of Faculty Members of respetive Science Departments of the college in Summer Vacations)
 
One page SYNOPSIS has to be sent (before March 05, 2019) via email on the basis of theme to respective Coordinator: 
In the Subject of your email Kindly write "Submission of Paper/Project/Poster (Choose Any ONE) under Category (paper/poster/project - Choose Any ONE) in the Inter College Science Festival, DDU College to be held during March 11-14, 2019"
 
Theme: Physical Sciences and Electronics
Dr. Kulvinder Singh, Dept. of Physics (email : kulvinder.physics@gmail.com )
 
Theme: Mathematical and Computer Science
Ms. Shweta Wadhera, Dept. of Computer Science (email: shweta.du@gmail.com)
 
Theme: Life Sciences
Dr. S. N. Tripathi, Dept. of Botany (email: snt191@gmail.com)
 
Theme: Chemical Sciences
Dr. Mahaveer, Dept. of Chemistry (email: mahaveergenwa@gmail.com )

IMPORTANT 

Judgment of Jury is final.
Number of Prizes as:

  • 1st , 2nd  and 3rd Prize - If selected entries in each category i.e. Paper/Poster/Project are more than 20
  • 1st and  2nd Prize - If selected entries in each category i.e. Paper/Poster/Project are more than 10 but less than 20
  • 1st Prize -  If selected entries in each category i.e. Paper/Poster/Project are upto less than 10.
Project/Paper/Poster Evaluation criteria
 

Evaluation Criterion

Marks

Remarks

  1. Innovative and creative Idea

10

New and Meaningful

  1. Addressing a pressing Issue

05

Usefulness

  1. Student’s Contribution

05

Preferably made by student

  1. Professional quality

10

Look etc

  1. Explanation by Presenter

10

Clear and scientific

  1. Quality of Project Report

10

Easy to understand and properly planned

                                                                      Total                      50

 
General Instructions to participants selected for presentation:
  • Participant should bring on their own the following  - POSTER of size 4ft x 3 ft., all chemicals/ glassware/ other components/ hardware, printout etc 
  • Participant has to bring his/her own Laptop for presentation
  • College will provide an electric connection with multi-plugs 
  • College shall not provide any TA/DA for participants, printing facilty etc.

Rules and Details for Science QUIZ

Science Quiz Rules

PRIZES:

First Prize       - Rs. 3000/- per person of the team
Second Prize  - Rs. 2000/- per person of the team 
Third Prize      - Rs. 1500/- per person of the team

  1. Team will consist of 3 to 4 participants.
  2. Members of a team have to be from the same college or institution.
  3. Participants should have valid I - card .
  4. Participants can be students of any undergraduate course.
  5. The science quiz will have 1 or 2 preliminary round.
  6. There is no restriction in number of teams from a college.
  7. Six teams will enter the finals which will consist of 5 to 6 rounds.
  8. Detailed rules will be spelled out in beginning of each round.

Team Leader has to send an email to Dr. Sujata Sinha (email: sujatasinha1009@gmail.com ) latest by March 03, 2019 for confirming their participation alongwith names, course of all team members.

Rules and Details for Debate

Topic for Debate : "Artificial Intelligence will surpass Human Intelligence"

Rules for Debate

PRIZES

First Prize       - Rs. 3000/- per person of the team
Second Prize  - Rs. 2000/- per person of the team 
Third Prize      - Rs. 1500/- per person of the team

  • Participation can be in teams of two (one for and one against the motion) or individually.
  • Participants will be judged individually and not on the basis of their team performance.
  • Every participant will be given  4+1 minutes to present their views.
  • Two minutes after each debate would be given for interjection.
  • Negative marking will be done for exceeding the limit.
  • Cross-questioning is not allowed.
  • Languages viz. Hindi and English allowed

Rules and Details for NUKKAD NATAK - Theme of the act - *Environment and Biodiversity conservation

जीवन को एक आकार दे सुरों की कोई ऋंखला बनके विचारों को नयी जान दे”

For all the people who are captivated by the magic of drama, *TURIYOJAS* ,the science fest of Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College presents an Inter-college street play competition *NUKKAD PAR DASTAK*,
So all the drama enthusiasts, here is a platform for you to show your talent.
Date - March 12, 2019
Time - 02:00 pm onwards
Theme of the act - *Environment and Biodiversity conservation* 
 
So here are the rules and regulations for the street play competition-
  • Team should consist of minimum of 8 participants and maximum of 20 participants.
  • Teams should restrict their play in 12 minutes (10 minutes: warning bell, 12 minutes:Final bell)
  • Teams exceeding 10 minutes warning bell will attract negative marks.
  • The competition will be conducted on a “street Like open place” hence no microphone, speakers, music systems will be allowed or available.
  • Teams can sing/ dance by themselves to create necessary music and sound.
  • Teams using props/Costumes/Dressing must bring their own requirements and must be ready well in time as per the instructions of the organizer.No props or costume or any other material will be provided by the host college.
  • Teams must practice/ rehearse play in advance.
  • No extra time for rehearsal or practice will be given during the fest.
  • Judgment will be based on creativity, humour,Clarity of message, props, costumes/ dressing, team work.
  • Decision of judges will be final and binding on all teams.
  • Language of the play- english, hindi or billingual (Both english and hindi).
So don’t lose a chance of  winning exciting prizes. Register here https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdGIIMaDVxf3vokZhZ8Y1kJ5HfijxKebEvDvfQLuExXaR35gg/viewform
For further queries contact- 
Event heads:
  • Daizy- 9717617806
  • Mansi- 8076004412
  • Varsha -8076976111

Rules and Details for GRAFFITI 

Someday when words will sit quietly, Art will speak for itself. We walk upon a road where an artist and nature lovers and destined to meet. The Science fest of *Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College - Turiyojas* is another catalyst for the union of these lovers.  The time has come to grab your paints and showcase your skills on the blank canvas. Turiyojas gives you an arena for the *graffiti competition - Battle O Graffiti.* So grab your paints and fill the canvas with hues of life
Date - March 12, 2019
Time - 02:00 pm onwards
Theme of the act - *Conservation of Biodiversity* 
The guidelines for the competition are : 
  • *Theme:* is *Conservation of Biodiversity* 
  • Every entry is expected to have a maximum of 5 members 
  • Canvas will be provided by the host college.  Participants are requested to bring there own colours. 
  • The canvas provided would consist of flexes.
  • All contestants must complete their mural within 2 hours.
  • Any sort of vulgarity is strictly prohibited.  The crew who violates the rules will be disqualified. 
  • The organiser has the full ownership and copyright of the final canvas.
  • The mural must be original, Turiyojas is against any sort of plagiarism.
*Exciting  cash prizes for the winner*
 
For any queries please contact the event heads
  • Daizy : 9717617806 
  • Varsha:8076976111
Remember somewhere a blank wall awaits your presence.

Organizing Committee Members

  • Dr. Manoj Saxena, Convener-Science Foundation - 09968393104
  • Science Representative - Mr. Mridul - B. Sc. Hons Electronics II Year - 08506940552
Popular Lectures/ Inaugural Lectures Coordinator(s)

Dr. Charu Kalra, Dept. Of Botany
Dr. Nityanand Agasti, Dept. Of Chemistry

  • Mr. Rishabh - B.Sc. Hons. botany - 2nd year - 8076529213
  • Mr. Animesh - B.Sc. Hons. Maths - 2nd year - 7389892966
  • Ms. Varsha - B.Sc. Life science- 2nd year - 807697611
Workshops Coordinator(s)
 
Dr. Vandana Sharma, Dept. Of Environmental Studies (Ecology Workshop)
Dr. Nitish Mahato, Dept. of Zoology
  • Ms. Shweta - B.Sc. Life science  - 2nd year - 9205347220
  • Ms. Ritika- B.Sc. Life science - 1st year - 8920131438
Science Quiz Coordinator(s)
 
Dr. Sujata Sinha, Dept. Of Botany
Dr. Shashi Saxena, Dept. of Chemistry
Dr. Deepak Jain, Dept. of Physics
Dr. Chetna, Dept. Of Chemistry
Dr. Reeta, Deptt. Of Botany
Dr. Renu Solanki, Deptt. Of Zoology
Dr. Rashmi, Deptt. Of Zoology
Dr. Ankit, Deptt. Of Computer Science
Dr. Naveen, Deptt. Of Electronics
Dr. Sandeep, Dept. of Botany
Dr. Rashmi (Maths), Deptt. Of Mathematics
Dr. Pramod, Dept. Of Environmental Studies
  • Mr. Kartikey - B. Sc. Zoology - 3rdyear - 9999595516
Debate Coordinator(s)
 
Dr. Charu, Dept. of Botany
Dr. Sujata Khatri, Dept. of Computer Science
Dr. Reema, Dept. of Chemistry
Dr. Kamlesh Kumari, Dept. of Zoology
Mr. Ajit Singh, Dept. of Electronics
  • Ms. Anshu - B. Sc. Physical Sc.(CS) - 2nd year - 8076103420
  • Ms. Diksha - B.Sc. Hons Maths - 2nd year - 7082690373
Movie Screening
 
Dr. Mamta A. Wagh, Dept. of Mathematics
Dr. Lathika Nair, Dept. of Zoology
  • Ms. Priya - B. Sc. Hons. Botany - 2nd year - 9773578186
  • Ms. Daizy- B. Sc. Life science  - 2nd year - 9717617806 
Science Communication and Panel Discussion
 
Ms. Shweta Wadhera, Dept. of Computer Science
Dr. Vandana Sharma, Dept. of Env. Studies
Dr. Shailly Anand, Dept. of Zoology
  • Ms. Mansi - B. Sc. Mathematical Sci - 2nd year - 8076004412
  • Ms. Sheetal- B. Sc. Hons Chemistry  - 2nd year - 7988950182
  • Ms. Daizy- B. Sc. Life science - 2nd year - 9717617806
Science Exhibition Coordinator (s)
 
Dr. Manoj Saxena, Convener-Science Foundation
Dr. Poonam Kasturi, Dept. of Electronics
Dr. Sudhir Verma, Dept. of Zoology
Dr. Anita Gulati, Dept. of Zoology
Dr. Varnika Bhatia, Department of Botany
Dr. Kamlesh Kumari, Dept. of Zoology
Ms. Neha, Dept. of Electronics
Ms. Pinki, Dept. of Physics
Dr. Ankit, Dept. of Computer Sc.
  • Mr. Nikhil - B.Sc. Hons. Zoology  - 3rd year - 9899810597
  • Ms. Harsh - B. Sc. Hons Physics  - 2nd year - 9560381587
  • Ms. Sonam - B. Sc. Hons Electronics  - 2nd year - 8375031844
Projects, Poster and Paper Presentation
 
Theme: Physical Sciences and Electronics
Dr. Kulvinder Singh, Dept. of Physics
Dr. P. K. Bedi, Dept. of Physics
Dr. Poonam Suri, Dept. of Physics
Dr. Poonam Kasturi, Dept. of Electronics
Dr. Ravinder Kaur, Dept. of Electronics
  • Ms. Mansi - B. Sc. Hons. Physics - 2nd year - 9870441434
  • Ms. Laksha - B. Sc. Hons Physics- 2nd year - 8404091591
Theme: Mathematical and Computer Science
Dr. Ratnesh R Saxena, Dept. of Mathematics
Dr. Sanjay Pant, Dept. of Mathematics
Dr. Poonam Garg, Dept. of Mathematics
Ms. Shweta Wadhera, Dept. of Computer Science
Dr. Rajan Gupta, Dept. of Computer Science
  • Ms. Sakshi - B. Sc. Mathematical sci - 2nd year - 9643903995
Theme: Life Sciences
Dr. S. N. Tripathi, Dept. of Botany
Dr. Rajkumari Sana Devi, Dept. of Botany
Dr. Shailly Anand, Dept. of Zoology
Dr. Renu Solanki, Dept. of Zoology
 
Theme: Chemical Sciences
Dr. Mahaveer, Dept. of Chemistry
Dr. Sunny Manohar, Dept. of Chemistry
  • Ms. Vikram - B. Sc. Physical Sc. (Chem) - 2nd year - 7042779220
  • Mr. Nitin - B. Sc. Physical Sc. (Chem) - 9466972615
THE FOURTH LECTURE WORKSHOP IS POSTPONED. NEW DATES SHALL BE NOTIFIED SOON