Last date of registration for inter-school competition is September 22, 2018
There is a slight change in the competition format this year. A great way for schools to showcase their students' talent and creativity.
The Newtown School, winner of 'Diversity in Creativity' award of Tinker Fest® 2017
3D Printed models designed and printed by the students.
This category includes: mobile phone applications, digital poster designs and illustrations, game making, animations, presentations and GIF making.
Automation using electronic components only.
Scientific experiments using non electronic components.
It can be made using any material like, beads, stones, paper, wire, terracotta, cloth, feather, strings, etc.
Models that are non automated, having no electronic components. It can be made using materials like cardboard, MDF, thermocol, clay, etc.
This category includes: origami and quilling.
Students can dye, stitch and print cloth to make a finished product that is wearable.
This includes all the basic furniture, home accessories, etc. made of wood only.