About Inter School N.F.R.C.
Three Engaging Robotics Challenge
Participants will dive into three thrilling robotics challenges - "The Maze Runner," "Robo Sumo," and "Tech for Tomorrow." Each challenge is carefully crafted to challenge problem-solving abilities and inspire innovation.
Date and Venue
Mark your calendars for [Date] at [Venue]. Our chosen venue is well-equipped to accommodate all participating teams comfortably, providing ample space for their robotic creations and equipment.
Prizes and Recognition
We're offering attractive prizes for the top three winners in each event and category. Every participant will receive a participation certificate, celebrating their dedication to robotics.
Registration Start & End
Our dedicated website will streamline the registration process. Schools can register their teams, share team details, and keep up with deadlines for the Tech for Tomorrow project.
The Maze Runner (Autonomous Robotics Challenge)
In this event, participants will design autonomous robots capable of navigating through a complex maze to reach the end point within the shortest time. The robots must overcome obstacles, make strategic decisions, and demonstrate efficient programming to complete the course successfully.
Robo Sumo (Sumo Bot Challenge)
Teams will build robust sumo robots capable of pushing their opponents out of the sumo ring. The objective is to design a powerful and agile robot that can out manoeuvre the opposing robot while staying within the ring's boundaries.
Tech for Tomorrow (Robot Innovation Project)
In this open-ended challenge, teams will present their own unique robotics projects aimed at solving real-world problems or improving existing processes. The students will have the freedom to choose any field of application, such as environmental conservation, healthcare, or education, and present a working prototype along with a detailed project report.
Rules and Regulations for the Inter-School National FIRE Robotics Competition (N.F.R.C)
- Participation is open to students currently enrolled in Grades 5-12.
- Safety is paramount. All participants must adhere to safety guidelines provided by the event organisers.
- Teams are responsible for ensuring that their robots do not pose any safety hazards to participants, spectators, or the venue.
Fair Play and Sportsmanship
- Unsportsmanlike conduct, including but not limited to cheating, disruptive behaviour, or disrespect towards judges, organisers, or fellow participants, will directly lead to disqualification from the event.
- Robots will undergo inspection before each event to ensure compliance with competition rules and safety standards.
- Teams must be prepared to make necessary adjustments to their robots if required during the inspection.
Judging and Scoring
- Judges will assess robots based on criteria including design, functionality, innovation, and teamwork as specified for each event.
- Scoring will be based on a predetermined system. Judges' decisions are final and binding.
Prizes and Recognition
- Prizes will be awarded to the top three winners in each event and category.
- Participation certificates will be provided to all teams to acknowledge their dedication to robotics.
Registration and Submission
- Schools must register their teams online through the dedicated event website.
- Registrations must include team details, category choice (Junior or Senior), and contact information.
Disqualification & Conditions
- Teams or participants found in violation of these rules and regulations may be disqualified from the competition at the discretion of the event organisers.
- The event organisers reserve the right to modify or amend these rules and regulations if necessary. Any changes will be communicated to participants in a timely manner.
Register for the Inter-School National FIRE Robotics Championship, an unforgettable event filled with inspiration, connection, and fun, offering valuable insights and networking opportunities.
Judges will assess the robots based on criteria such as design, functionality, innovation, and teamwork. Each event will be timed, and the robots will be evaluated based on a predetermined scoring system. The judges’ decisions will be final and binding.
Schools interested in participating will need to register their teams in advance, providing necessary details such as team size, category, and contact information.
The goal of the competition is to ignite a passion for technology, innovation, and teamwork among the youth while fostering friendly competition and camaraderie. We aim to inspire the next generation of innovators and problem solvers who will positively contribute to society through their knowledge and skills in robotics.
Yes, spectators are encouraged to attend and witness the excitement of the competition. We will provide information about how to attend as spectators closer to the event date.
Absolutely! Parents and guardians are welcome to attend and support their children during the competition. It’s a great opportunity for families to bond over shared interests and cheer on the young participants.
Local businesses and organisations interested in becoming sponsors or partners for the competition can reach out to us through the contact information provided on our website. We are open to collaborations that support and promote STEM education and robotics among young students.
To stay updated on event details, announcements, and registration information, please regularly check our dedicated website and follow our social media profiles. We will share all relevant information through these channels.
If you are interested in volunteering or contributing to the event in any capacity, please contact us through the provided contact information on our website. We welcome volunteers and individuals who are passionate about promoting STEM education.