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IIT Kharagpur is all set to host Kshitij 2022 virtually

Subhadrika Sen
Subhadrika Sen
Posted on 26 Feb 2022
10:27 AM

Glimpse of Kshitij 2020, the annual techno-management fest of IIT Kharagpur. Video created by Raghib Haider Photo Source: Kshitij

The annual techno-management festival will be held from March 4 to 6
With over 15 events, the fest will see participation from students all over the country

The 19th edition of Kshitij, the annual techno-management symposium of the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kharagpur, is back to enthral students across the nation.

The fest, to be held digitally from March 4 to 6, would involve corporate simulations, robotics, olympiads, hackathons and more. Engineering and management undergraduate and postgraduate students would be brainstorming over three days and triggering their innovative and creative brain cells. Edugraph is the digital media partner for the event.

“Kshitij is not just a fest but a platform where you think, create and enjoy. Rising above the horizon and being a part of an ecosystem is what shapes the future of the nation. The series of events and competitions is open to the student community across India. This time the virtual mode will enable us to reach the maximum number of students,” said Vadthya Sanjay Kumar, a third-year Industrial and Systems Engineering student of IIT Kharagpur and the executive head of Kshitij 2022.


Here are 15 events for you to choose from:

Sand Rover

Participants are required to design and present their remote-controlled robots via video call. Each team can have a maximum of four participants.

Deadline: February 26, midnight

India Innovates — Product Innovation Challenge

A team of four members is required to present a working model of a product prototype.

Deadline: February 28, midnight


A team of four is required to code the actions of three robots playing soccer in a coding simulation task.

Deadline: February 28, midnight

Maths Olympiad

You will have to display your mathematical skills by answering online multiple-choice questions. There will be preliminary and final rounds for this event. Deadline: March 3, midnight

Managerial Olympiad

Every participant will have to sit for online multiple-choice questions covering topics related to management skills. There will be preliminary and final rounds for this event.

Deadline: March 3, midnight


Participants are required to draw solutions from nature and provide answers to real-life problems. They can choose their area of research from the event guidelines. Individuals or a team of four can register.

Deadline: February 26, midnight.

Source Code

A coding event will be held in two rounds with a maximum of three participants per team. While the first round consists of multiple-choice questions, the second requires the participants to find coding solutions to given statement problems.

Deadline: March 3, midnight


Individual shutterbugs are required to submit their photographs on the theme Innovation for Climate Change.

Deadline: March 3, midnight


If electronic circuits interest you then register for this two-round event. While the preliminary round is based on testing your fundamentals, the second round requires you to simulate a circuit.

Deadline: February 26, midnight

Code Battle

Put your problem-solving skills in motion with this coding competition. Participation in teams of three to five.

Deadline: March 3, midnight


Get ready for an all-night coding hackathon. Participation in teams of three to five.

Deadline: March 3, midnight


Use your rationale and wit to make strategies for the given problem statements.

Deadline: March 3, midnight

Wood Stock

Trade in the stock market through virtual money. Individual participation only. Deadline: March 3, midnight

Relic Hunter

A treasure hunt game.

Deadline: March 3, midnight


You will have to submit an abstract business model for the proposed start-ups. Registration over

Click to register: https://ktj.in/#/events/

Last updated on 26 Feb 2022
10:27 AM
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