United Tech Fusion to spark innovation in Chitwan


December 11, 2023


United Tech Fusion to spark innovation in Chitwan

CHITWAN: United Tech Club is set to hold the ‘United Tech Fusion,’ a national-level event in Bharatpur, Chitwan, in collaboration with the United Technical College.

Following the success of the recent ‘UTech Hackathon Alpha,’ this tech extravaganza will encompass thrilling competitions like Capture The Flag, Robo Football, and project showcases.

Participants will apply their knowledge acquired from educational institutions in fields like transportation, education, healthcare, tourism, agriculture, rural development, alternative energy, cyber security, risk management, finance, artificial intelligence (AI), and more to create projects solving real-world problems.

Students or groups from any field will showcase their innovations in this competition.

According to Bibek Paudel, President of the United Tech Club, “United Tech Fusion 2080” aims to collaborate with students from various science and technology departments, empowering students, fostering collaboration, and inspiring engineers towards a broader educational and engineering future commitment.

This event will serve as a platform for students and enthusiasts interested in robotics and technology, offering substantial learning opportunities and knowledge enhancement.

The competitions of this program are scheduled to take place at the United Technical College in Bharatpur on December 11th and 12th.

Various organizations, colleges, and tech clubs related to technology and research will participate in this competition. The organizers will select outstanding competitors based on the evaluation by national-level expert judges.

The top performers in the competitions will receive cash prizes along with trophies, medals, and certificates:

Capture The Flag (CTF)
• First Place: Cash Prize of NPR 30,000 along with a trophy, medal, and certificate
• Second Place: Cash Prize of NPR 20,000 along with a medal and certificate
• Third Place: Cash Prize of NPR 10,000 along with a medal and certificate