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COMFEST 2014

"The Jaipuria Computer Club or JCC, was founded in 1999 with a vision to propel Seth Anandram Jaipuria School forward in the promising fields of technology and computers. JCC held its first annual event, Comfest in 2001, and since then it has only seen growth and has established itself as the biggest student organised event in India. Seth Anandram Jaipuria School is one of the premier schools in India, especially in the field of computers. We, at JCC work together with our heart and soul, driven by our love for Comfest, as we believe that a Jack of all trades can certainly be a master of each. Our sheer determination for success has brought us on the brink of perfection to envisage these four days as the best memories for all present. We hope you will enjoy this festival of ours to the fullest."

"It's not about the things we do, it's about the things we leave behind, it's about the legacy..."

  • Invert Oxford
  • Jam On Ham
  • Lost In Rendition
  • Scram The Gramm
  • Tech Talk
  • Twist A Tale
  • Athletic Arithmetic
  • Crack The Code
  • Cross It Over
  • IT Quest
  • Junk's The Punk
  • Pandora's Box
  • Picsel
  • What's Your Review?
  • Robowars
  • Silent Treatment
  • So You Think You Can Solve?
  • The Season Begins
  • The Third Front
  • Vid Ed
  • Virtual Dub
  • Web Tech
  • Wiz Pro
  • Artista Tech Tattoo
  • Deeds On Sheets
  • Graffiti
  • Minds Of Kinds
  • Tee Splash

Artista Tech Tatto


No. of participants: 14

Time alloted: 2 hours 30 minutes


Athletic Arithmetic


No. of participants: 1

Time alloted: 2 hours


Crack The Code


No. of participants: 2

Time alloted: 1 hours 30 minutes


Cross It Over


No. of participants: 1

Time alloted: 30 minutes


Deeds On Sheets


No. of participants: 2

Time alloted: 2 hours


Tee Splash


No. of participants: 1

Time alloted: 2 hours


The Season begins


No. of participants: 1

Time alloted: 2 hours


The Third Front


No. of participants: 1

Time alloted: 2 hours


What's Your Review?


No. of participants: 1

Time alloted: 1 hour + 1 hour


Twist A Tale


No. of participants: 3 (Critical Interpreter + 2 Members)

Time alloted: 2 hours


Vid Ed


No. of participants: 1

Time alloted: 2 hours


Virtual Dub


No. of participants: 1

Time alloted: 2 hours


Scram The Gramm


No. of participants: 1


Web Tech


No. of participants: 1

Time alloted: 2 hours


Junk's The Punk


No. of participants: 14 + Teacher Escort.

Time alloted: 4 hours


Jam On Ham


No. of participants: 1

Time alloted: J-A-M (Just A Minute) and H-A-M (Half A Minute)


Minds Of Kinds


No. of participants: 1

Time alloted: 2 hours


Graffiti


No. of participants: 4

Time alloted: 4 hours


Silent Treatment


No. of participants: 2

Time alloted: 2 hours


Invert Oxford


No. of participants: 1

Time alloted: 2 hours 30 minutes


Lost In Rendition


No. of participants: 2

Time alloted: 1 hours


Tech Talk


No. of participants: 3

Time alloted: 2 hours 30 minutes


IT Quest


No. of participants: 2

The quiz will take place in 3 rounds.


Pandora's Box


No. of participants: 2

Time alloted: 2 hours


Wiz Pro


No. of participants: 2

Time alloted: 2 hours


Picsel


No. of participants: 1

Time alloted: 2 hours


Robowars


No. of participants: 2


So You Think You Can Solve


No. of participants: 2

Time alloted: 2 hours (Preliminary Round and Final Round both)


Artista Tech Tatto


No. of participants: 14

Time alloted: 2 hours 30 minutes


The Comfest Saga

Established in 1999, the Jaipuria Computer Club organized its first computer festival, Comfest, in 2001. Nine schools participated in the first Comfest, held on the 28th of September 2001. The immense success of the event encouraged us to convert what began as a local one-day event to a National two-day event attracting schools and sponsors from all over the country. Since then, Comfest is being organized by the JCC, bigger and better each time. Comfest has, in the past 13 years, made a name for itself across the world. It is one of the largest student organized school-level events in the nation with reputed institutions from all over India participating in the festival every year. In 2012 and 2013, the participation of top institutions from Nepal and Saudi Arabia has added to the level of competition and prestige of the event. Seth Anandram Jaipuria School is one of the premier schools in India, especially in the field of computers. We not only excel in academics but also enjoy exploring various other facets of Computing. Excellent guidance, enthusiasm and a spirit that refuses to accept anything but an impetus from what it receives has enabled us to evolve over the years and make Comfest a bigger success each passing year. This year, on our fourteenth anniversary, we at JCC try our hardest to make Comfest the best computer festival at school level.

Schedule DAY 0 DAY 1 DAY 2 DAY 3
info@comfest.org

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