Robo Rumble


Robo Rumble is a robotic event which derives its origin from a genre of professional wrestling in which there is only one way of eliminating the opponents i.e. throwing them out of the ring.


To design a wireless robot which can confront the opponents' bots and eliminate them by pushing them outside the arena.


1. Bot size should be such that it can be enclosed inside a box of dimension-30cmx30cmx30cm.
2. The weight of the bot should not exceed 5 kg.
3. The bot must be controlled wirelessly.
4.Potential difference should not be more than 24 volts.
5. The bot must be stable and there should be no separate part splitting up out of it.
6. The bot must have on-board power supply.
7. Manual bot should receive signal from a single remote control.


The event will be conducted in two phases i.e. Prelims and Finals.


All the teams will be divided into groups consisting of 4 teams each.
At a time, robots of all the 4 teams of a group will enter the arena and all of them will try to eliminate each other.
A bot which is pushed outside the specified boundary of the arena will be considered eliminated.
None of the participants are allowed to touch their bot at any point of time, once the competition starts.
In case of any contingency, only the organizers are authorized to touch the bot and further do the needful.
The bot which survives till the end without being eliminated will be considered the winner of that group.
Any kind of separate parts (like a mechanical arm) attached to the bot which can be used to tackle other bots are not allowed.
The bot should not inflict any damage to the arena. In case of any damage caused to the arena, the team associated with it will be immediately disqualified from the competition.
The winning team of each group will advance to the finals.


All the teams which will clear the prelims will contest in the finals.
All the basic rules followed during the prelims apply to the finals as well.
After a stipulated amount of time, if the contest is not concluded, extra time will be given to the contestants and the size of the boundary will be reduced successively.
There is also an element of surprise for the finals, in the form of some changes introduced in the arena, which will be disclosed at the time of finals only.


There can be at most four participants per team.
Students from different colleges can be part of a single team.
An individual cannot be part of more than one team.
All the participants must be in possession of their institute Identity Card during the event.


In case of any dispute or ambiguity, event coordinator's decision will be considered final and binding.

The organisers reserve the rights to change any or all of the above rules and scoring pattern as they deem fit. Change, if any will be highlighted on the website.


  • Sonu Kumar
  • Satyaveer Nayak