General Competitions Events

The Hunt

For the game, you must hone your intuition and tighten the strap on your thinking cap. It won’t be simple child’s play. You may strengthen your team bonds while having a blast exploring our institute, completing challenges, and solving puzzles. This action-packed competition is sure to stand out as particularly memorable and will without a doubt turn out to be the most enjoyable and revitalizing one for the competitors. Teams must solve each puzzle piece using the previous one as a guide. Get ready to solve the puzzles and uncover the prize.

Rules and Regulations:

• The decision of the judges will be final, and no arguments will be catered.
• Please be at the venue on time to avoid the risk of disqualification.
• You are advised not to interfere in any other team’s hunt for Clues and items
• Anyone seen acting rudely/misbehaving with the Organizers, Faculty or Event Heads will be disqualified from the hunt immediately. Each task will carry different points, depending on the level of difficulty.
• Each team will have to complete the given tasks within a specified time limit.
• Any team found getting help from an external source or using any unfair means to gain advantage will face on-spot disqualification; members of the Event Organizing Team will be keeping an eye on every contestant to keep the game fair.

Team eligibility:

  • Max 4 members, min 2 members in a team
  • Participants must be undergraduates.

For more details, Contact:

  • Tabish Rasheed: 0301-6100079

Project Exhibition

Innovation Olympiad brings Project Exhibition, a creative environment in which you can participate and show your creativity on your project by competing with others.

You project could be anything related to mechanical engineering, civil engineering, electrical engineering, robotics & physics

This creative environment will allow you to push your limits further and be the best version of yourself. By seeing other projects and competing with them would make you learn a lot throughout the competition.


  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Environmental Science
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Electronics
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Mathematics
  • Aviation


It is basically consists of two categories:

  • Project’s Model Presentation
  • Poster Presentation


Official guidelines for the project exhibition are as follows:
i) All exhibits must be set up by the designated deadline.
ii) Participants are responsible for the proper display and arrangement of
their projects.
iii)Exhibitors must provide concise written descriptions of their exhibits.
iv) Ensure that exhibits adhere to safety regulations and do not pose any hazards.
v) Participants should be available for questions or discussions during the
vi) No modifications to the exhibits are allowed during the exhibition hours.
vii) Notify organizers in advance if any special equipment required.
Viii) Poster project can display maximum size 5*3 feet
ix )Management reserves the right to disqualify individuals for any form of
x) All model projects must be in working and functional condition during the

For more details, Contact:

  • Malik Umair Ijaz: 0306-5982770

Your Idea, Your Nutrition

Innovation Food Products Competition

This event aims to reshape research skills amongst students, develop an entrepreneurial mindset and team skills, and promote innovative ideas and skills on the national level.

Rules and Regulations:

  • All food-based product development comply with applicable food safety regulations and guidelines.
  • Participants must provide a detailed nutritional analysis for their product, including information on macronutrients, micronutrients, and calories.
  • The product should prioritize the use of natural, whole, and minimally processed ingredients over artificial additives and preservatives.
  • Participants must demonstrate/ explain the scientific substantiation of any health claims made about their product.
  • Novel and innovative ideas in the field of nutritional sciences are highly encouraged, as long as they are based on scientifically sound principles.
  • Participants should consider the cultural, social, and environmental aspects of their product or case study, aiming for sustainability and inclusivity.
  • It is mandatory to cite all relevant sources of information, studies, and data used in the development and presentation of the product and case study.
  • Teams must clearly identify the target audience for their product, considering specific dietary needs or preferences if applicable.
  • Collaboration and teamwork are essential, with a limit of 3-5 team members in the upper categories to encourage effective group dynamics.
  • Originality and creativity are key aspects of the competition, and participants should strive to present unique and groundbreaking ideas that contribute to the advancement of nutritional sciences.
  • The status of team registration will be confirmed after receiving the registration fee.
  • These rules can also be modified before the module and you will be notified accordingly.

For more details, Contact:

  • Muhammad Noor: 0302-0467689

Aero Glide

                Welcome to the Aero Glide Competition, where innovation takes flight! Teams from     around the different Universities will design and craft their gliding aircraft, pushing the boundaries of aeronautical prowess. As they release their creations into the open skies, we’ll meticulously evaluate each flight’s quality, time duration, and the path it gracefully charts through the air. The SkyGlide Challenge is not just a competition; it’s a celebration of precision, design, and the sheer joy of gliding masters.

Rules and Regulations:

  1. Paper Specifications:

   – Participants can use standard letter-sized sheets of paper or chart papers for their aircraft, or any modification is also allowed but only fragile material/crafting papers also

   – Any type of paper is allowed, with  additional materials (e.g., tape, staples) are permitted.

  1. Design Constraints:

   – Aircraft designs should be limited to folding and shaping the paper;  external supports or modifications are allowed.

   – The participants will bring their aircraft glider with them from home, and they can assemble in the university before competition.

   – The use of any adhesives or weight-adding materials is allowed.

  1. Launch Mechanism:

   – Participants must launch their paper aircraft by hand without the use of any mechanical devices.

   – The launch should be executed from a designated starting point.



  1. Flight Parameters:

   – The goal is to achieve the longest horizontal distance traveled by the aircraft.

   – Judges will measure the distance from the launch point to where the aircraft first touches the ground.

  1. Safety Measures:

   – Participants must ensure that their aircraft poses no safety risks to themselves or others.

   – Judges reserve the right to disqualify designs that may cause harm or disruption.

  1. Number of Attempts:

   – Each participant is allowed a specific number of attempts to achieve the longest flight distance.

   – The best distance achieved among all attempts will be considered for scoring.

  1. Fair Play:

   – Participants are expected to uphold fair play and sportsmanship throughout the competition.

   – Any attempts to sabotage other participants’ flights will result in immediate disqualification.

  1. Judging Criteria:

   – Judges will evaluate flights based on distance, stability, and creativity of the aircraft design.

   – Extra points may be awarded for innovative and visually appealing designs.

  1. Timing and Schedule:

   – The competition will follow a predetermined schedule, and participants must adhere to the specified timing for their attempts.

   – Late arrivals may lead to disqualification.

  1. Dispute Resolution:

    – In the case of disputes or disagreements, the decision of the judges is final and binding.

    – Judges may provide feedback and insights to participants upon request.

For more details, Contact:

  • Hussnain Mahmood: 0317-6298742

Red Light Green Light

General Guidelines:

  1. Everyone must complete a given distance.
  2. When the green light turns on everyone can move.
  3. When the red light turns on everyone must stop.
  4. Who will not stop after the red light turns on, he or she will be out of the game.
  5. The decision of the management will be final.

For more details, Contact:

  • Ahmad: 0318-1535556