• The program “Sahyadri Science Talent Hunt-2018” to be held on 10th November 2018, provides a platform to exhibit talents of budding young scientists, a panel for discussion on various topics of science, lectures presented by the scientists, question and answer sessions relating to basic science and application-oriented themes. This program contributes to the generation of new ideas, encourages personal contacts, inspires scientific activities and enables the critical examination of scientific questions from a different perspective. A style of free environment for learning is adopted, whereby both formal and informal interactions take place to create interests, give counsel and direction towards science education to young minds. The interaction sessions also involve laboratory work and scientific project demonstrations.

  • The program is basically conducted for PU+1/+2 students of with a total of 30 zonal centres covering more than 70 Colleges The institutions with relatively moderate student strength will be clustered under a single zone. The SSTH funds projects in order to encourage and motivate the young minds. Zonal level 7 project will be selected . The selected participants of the zonal center will be eligible to participate in the final round of Sahyadri Science Talent Hunt 2018 program to be held on 10th November 2018 at Sahyadri Campus, Mangaluru.

  • Project/Working Model Exhibition: This event is for exhibiting and demonstrating working projects in any field of Science and Technology. The evaluation will be based on the innovativeness, feasibility and cost-effectiveness, presentation skills and applications of the project.
    * Innovative projects or inventions shall be guided to take out a patent by DTLabz.


  • Rules and Regulations

  • Sahyadri College of Engineering & Management shall sponsor up to 40 Projects.
  • The team eligible for grants shall produce necessary bills, justifying the expenditures before receiving the next phase of the grants.
  • The zonal centre selected teams must and should participate in the final round at Sahyadri campus, only then are they eligible for the prize amount and also the final phase of the grant.
  • Each Student can participate only in one group event (Still Model OR Working Model/Project).
  • All the prize money will be distributed in the SSTH Grand Finale 2018.
  • All the participants shall fill the proposal without leaving any void spaces. Winners must submit a final report containing abstract (not more than 100 words), materials/equipments used, neat sketch, working procedure (not more than 300 words), applications, conclusion and references. (Sample format of the report can be downloaded online from www.ssth.in or can be obtained from the coordinator).
  • College will not provide the expenses of the Model.
  • Judges decision will be final and has to be respected.
  • No team shall be tolerated for misbehaving or any act of indiscipline during the event. The teams shall be immediately disqualified /penalized/ take legal action if found harming the college property/ other individual's property/ an individual physically or mentally/ other participant's projects, etc.
  • Sahyadri College of Engineering & Management shall have all the legal rights to use, enhance, patent and commercialize the ideas proposed during the event.
  • In all circumstances the decision of the organizing college remains valid and no arguments will be entertained.
  • The college shall not bear any responsibility for the loss of individuals property or equipments or belongings or any harm caused to individuals.
  • The Institution or Zonal level winners must and should participate in the final round at Sahyadri campus, only then they are eligible for the prize.
  • The rules can be amended or subjected to change during the course of the event.
  • The final competition will be held at Sahyadri campus, Mangalore.
  • All the prize money will be distributed in the SSTH Grand Finale 2018.
  • Only Winning / Participant Certificates will be distributed in the respective zonal centre.
  • Winners must submit a final report containing abstract (not more than 300 words), materials/equipments used, neat sketch, working procedure (not more than 1000 words), applications, conclusion and references. (Sample format of the report can be downloaded online on Sahyadri website or can be obtained from the coordinator).
  • Additional sheets may be attached if required.