Indigenous category includes robots that are constructed from scratch. Their mechanical structure, controls etc. are designed and fabricated by the teams themselves. The electronic control modules (including all electronic boards and motor drivers etc) should be designed and manufactured by the students.
Modular/Lego category includes robots that are developed using ready-made kits for example Lego or Vex Robotics kits.
Passionate about Bots? Or you just like to watch things get crushed from fierce competition? The path to glory passes through the alley of destruction, lethal combats, violent bots, and flying blades! Merge your technical know-how with the ferocious gladiator in you! Make your bot fight for the ultimate glory or land up in the junk yard!
Every year, hundreds of robots from institutions nation-wide gather at the College of E&ME to participate in the National Engineering Robotics Contest (NERC). The Contest provides a platform to students to come forth with novel engineering ideas. NERC celebrated its 10th Anniversary this year. Over 170 teams registered for the event last year.
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NUST COLLEGE OF ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERINGThe College of Electrical & Mechanical Engineering is the prime hub of engineering education in Pakistan, offering the best under-graduate and graduate programmes in the country. For training of Corps, EME School was established at Quetta on 1st April 1957.READ MORE +
DEPARTMENT OF MECHATRONICS ENGINEERINGDepartment of Mechatronics Engineering aims to achieve a truly multidisciplinary engineering platform . The department has established a medium to disseminate the recent advances in mechatronics engineering to lead the industry and research community.READ MORE +
N E R CThis contest is an inter universities robotics competition held annually since at the College of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering, National University of Sciences and Technology, Pakistan (NUST). This contest started in 2003 with the name "Fire Fighting Robotic Contest".READ MORE +