Delhi Technological University

New Delhi

16-18th January, 2015


Human-powered transport is often the only type available in underdeveloped or inaccessible parts of the world, and if well designed, can be an increasingly viable form of sustainable transportation. ASME's International Human Powered Vehicle Challenge (HPVC) provides an opportunity for students to demonstrate the application of sound engineering design principles in the development of sustainable and practical transportation alternatives. In the HPVC, students work in teams to design and build efficient, highly engineered vehicles for everyday use—from commuting to work, to carrying goods to market.


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  • Rules for HPVC India 2015 can be downloaded here

Locations and Tracks

  • Important Locations and Tracks for the event can be downloaded here


Important Dates for the competition are:

10th October 2014 Pre Qualifier Entry Date
10th October 2014 Entry Date (Registration Closes)
15th November 2014 Vehicle Registration Date
30th November 2014 Individual Registration Date
15th December 2014 Design report Date
1st January 2015 Update Date
16th January 2015 Onsite Registration

Schedule of the events for the competition can be downloaded from here

Schedule of Design Event Static Judging can downloaded from here

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  • Only PDF file types allowed
  • Maximum file size of 1MB
  • Report should contain a maximum of 2 pages
  • Reports once uploaded cannot be edited or resubmitted
  • Deadline for upload is 1st January 2015


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Delhi Technological University

Delhi Technological University (DTU), formerly known as Delhi College of Engineering (DCE), is a premier government university located in New Delhi, India. It is one of the oldest Engineering Colleges of India & first Engineering College of Delhi. It was established in 1941 as Delhi Polytechnic, and was under the control of the Government of India. The college has been under the government of the National Capital Territory of Delhi since 1963 and was affiliated to the University of Delhi from 1952 to 2009. In 2009 the college was given a state university status thus changing its name to Delhi Technological University. Delhi College of Engineering is the mother institution of a number of national projects including Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, School of Planning and Architecture, Delhi, College of Art, Delhi and even the famous Faculty of Management Studies.

DTU is located in a lush green 164 acre campus in North Delhi with good connectivity by road and metro. Facilities include a library, a computer center, a sports complex, eight boys' hostels, six girls' hostels, and a married couples' hostel. The campus also has residential facilities for faculty and staff and boasts of an auditorium and an open air theater.

DTU welcomes the participants to the first international HPVC event in India.

Reaching DTU

From Indira Gandhi International Airport:

  • Take the Delhi Metro's Airport Link to New Delhi
  • Board the Yellow Line Delhi Metro to Kashmere Gate
  • Switch to Red Line at Kashmere Gate. Board the Metro for Rithala
  • DTU is well connected to Rithala through public transport

From New Delhi Railway Station:

  • Board the Yellow Line Delhi Metro to Kashmere Gate
  • Switch to Red Line at Kashmere Gate. Board the Metro for Rithala
  • DTU is well connected to Rithala through public transport

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