Events

Music
  1. Six entries per Institute/ department are allowed.
  2. Duration of performance- 10 min.
  3. Time for stage/ Instruments setting is maximum 5 minutes.
  4. Maximum number of accompanists is two.
  5. Item can be presented in either Hindustani or Karnatki style.
  6. Filmy songs are not allowed.
  7. Sufficient thought and care must be exercised in the choice of Raga and composition.
  8. Judgment will be based on the qualities like, Taal, selection of Raga, Composition and general impression.
  1. Six entries per Institute/ department are allowed.
  2. Duration of performance- 10 min.
  3. Time for stage/ Instruments setting is maximum 5 minutes.
  4. Maximum number of accompanists is two.
  5. Participants must bring their own instruments.
  6. Item can be presented in either Hindustani or Karnatki style. Only classical Raga are allowed, filmy songs are not allowed.
  7. Judgment will be based on the qualities like, Swara, Taal, selection of Raga, composition and general impression.
  8. Instruments of western origin adapted to the India Raga system are allowed.
  1. Six entries per Institute/ department are allowed.
  2. Time for Stage/ Instruments setting is maximum 3 minutes.
  3. The number of accompanists would not be more than three.
  4. Duration of the song shall be between 3 to 6 minutes.
  5. Geet/ghazal/bhajan can be presented.
  6. Judgment will be made on the qualities like Swara, Taal, selection of song, Composition and general impression.
  7. Participant can also perform on karaoke.
  8. Music/Karaoke should be submitted at least one day before the competition to the event coordinator by each Team Leader.
  1. Six entries per Institute/ department are allowed.
  2. Time for Stage/ Instruments setting is maximum 3 minutes.
  3. The number of accompanists would not be more than three.
  4. Duration of the song shall be between 3 to 6 minutes.
  5. Language of the song shall only be English.
  6. Judgment will be made on the qualities like, composition rhythm, coordination and general impression.
  7. Participant can also perform on karaoke.
  8. Music/Karaoke should be submitted at least one day before the competition to the event coordinator by each Team Leader.
  1. Six entries per Institute/ department are allowed.
  2. A team has to present two songs, one patriotic and another will be a folk song.
  3. Maximum 6 singers in a group and number of accompanists playing instruments shall be four.
  4. The group songs should be taken from Indian songs which can be in regional language.
  5. No film song should be presented as group song.
  6. Maximum time allowed for the group song is 10 minutes which does not include setting time. The setting time for a group shall not exceed 5 minutes.
  7. Participant can also perform on karaoke.
  8. Music/Karaoke should be submitted at least one day before the competition to the event coordinator by each Team Leader.
  9. Judging of these items will be on the basis of quality of singing only and not on make-up, costumes and actions of the team.
  1. Six entries per Institute/ department are allowed.
  2. Maximum 6 singers in a group maximum number of accompanists playing instruments shall be three.
  3. The group songs should be taken from English language.
  4. Maximum time allowed for the group song is 10 minutes which does not include setting time. The setting time for a group shall not exceed 5 minutes.
  5. Judging of these items will be on the basis of quality of singing only and not on make-up, costumes and actions of the team.
  6. Participant can also perform on karaoke.
  7. Music/Karaoke should be submitted at least one day before the competition to the event coordinator by each Team Leader.
  1. Four entries per Institute/ department are allowed.
  2. Duration of performance- 10 min.
  3. Time for stage/ Instruments setting is maximum 3 minutes.
  4. Maximum number of accompanists is two.
  5. Only filmy songs are allowed. Participant can also prepare MASHUP song.
  6. Judging of these items will be on the basis of quality of singing only and not on make-up, costumes.
  7. Participant can also perform on karaoke.
  8. Music/Karaoke should be submitted at least one day before the competition to the event coordinator by each Team Leader.
Dance
  1. Six entries per Institute/ department are allowed.
  2. The classical dance can be from any of the approved schools of dance. Such as Kathak, Kathakali, Bharat Natyam, Manipuri, Kuchipudi, Mohinittam, Odissi etc.
  3. Participant will be allowed maximum 15 minutes including time for preparation.
  4. Maximum three accompanists are permissible.
  5. Judgment will be based on the qualities like Taal, Technique, Rhythm, Abhinaya or Expression, Costumes, Footwork and general impression etc.
  6. Participant can dance on karaoke.
  7. Bollywood songs are not allowed.
  8. Music/Karaoke should be submitted at least one day before the competition to the event coordinator by each team leader.
  1. Six entries per Institute/ department are allowed.
  2. Duration of dance should not be more than 10 minutes.
  3. The participating candidate will be responsible for removal of his/her sets/properties etc. immediately after the completion of their performance.
  4. Judgment will be based on qualities like technique of dance, grace, confidence, balance, stage cover, synchronization between music and dancers, choreography, patterns of movement, self-expression and general impression.
  5. Music/Karaoke should be submitted at least one day before the competition to the event coordinator by each team leader.
  1. Six entries per Institute/ department are allowed.
  2. Participant will be given a song or a theme on the spot to prepare/choreograph for his/her performance. He/she has to dance on given theme/song.
  3. 10 minutes duration will be given to each participant to present their self.
  4. The participating candidate will be responsible for removal of his/her sets/properties etc. immediately after the completion of their performance.
  5. Judgment will be based on qualities like technique of dance, grace, confidence, balance, stage cover, Presence of mind, Synchronization between music and dancers, choreography, patterns of movement, self-expression and general impression.
  6. Participants will be given 1 hour immediately after song is given, for set up of choreography
  1. Six entries per Institute/ department are allowed.
  2. Maximum 10 participants allowed per team. The team may consist of all boys, all girls or a mixture of both.
  3. The number of accompanists permissible is five.
  4. The dance can be either primitive or a folk dance (Indian Style) but not a classical one.
  5. Duration of dance should not be more than 10 minutes.
  6. Time for sets/ Instruments setting is maximum 5 minutes.
  7. The participating team will be responsible for removal of their sets/properties etc. immediately after the completion of their performance.
  8. Judgment will be based on the basis of Rhythm, coordination, creativity/Formation, Expression, Costumes, Make-up, Sets and Overall Effect/impression.
  9. Music/Karaoke should be submitted at least one day before the competition to the event coordinator by each team leader.
  1. Six entries per Institute/ department are allowed.
  2. This will be a group event. Maximum 10 participants allowed per team. The team may consist of all boys, all girls or a mixture of both.
  3. Duration of dance should not be more than 10 minutes.
  4. The participating team will be responsible for removal of their sets/properties etc. immediately after the completion of their performance.
  5. Judgment will be based on qualities like technique of dance, grace, confidence, balance stage cover, coordination between dancers, synchronization between music and dancers, choreography, patterns of movement, self-expression and general impression.
  6. Music/Karaoke should be submitted at least one day before the competition to the event coordinator by each team leader.
Note:
  1. No form of liquid, gel, aerosol, glitter, powder or paint may be used that will physically alter the surface of the Marley floor. If the stage is littered during a performance, dancers are expected to clean the stage completely of all debris in TWO MINUTE or less. A one-point deduction will be given to any act that does not clean up the stage within the two minute time limit.
  2. Quality of track to be submitted must be of High Quality.
Literary
Topics
  1. Six entries are allowed per institute/ department.
  2. Medium of expression can be Hindi or English or Gujarati; but it should not be bilingual.
  3. Subject / Topic of Elocution will be announced 10 days before the competition.
  4. Each speaker will be allowed to speak for maximum 4 minutes. After 3 minutes a warning bell will ring and in last minute, participants will have to conclude.
  5. The performance will be judged on basis of content, expression, delivery and style.
  6. The topic or subject shall be prose or poetry.
  7. Judges decision will be final and binding on all participants.
  • “The one who is able to cope up with the spontaneity & quickness of a minute is the one who knows how to conquer the world.”
  • This event aims at assessing the communication skills & command over the language of participants. The participants will get an opportunity to display their oratory skills in front of judges to take away the pride & glory. The event will execute in subsequent rounds wherein Extempore will be the screening round followed by Just a Minute round.
  • ROUNDS
    The event will be conducted in two rounds:
    First, the extempore round in which students will pick up the coupon and will have to speak on the topic for two minutes written on the coupon.
    Second,round is the Just a Minute round in which 5 best students from the extempore round would be selected and again they have to pick up the coupon and will have to speak on the topic written on the coupon.
  • RULES OF THE EXTEMPORE
  1. Six entries are allowed per institute/ department.
  2. Five minutes will be given to the candidate for thinking.
  3. Medium of expression will be English/Hindi/Gujarati only.
  4. If participant exceed the time limit or speak less than time allotted points will be deducted.
  5. Participant can change the chit once but even for this the points will be deducted.
  6. Topics will be primarily on issues related to banking, finance, social, entertainment, politics, culture, environment, entrepreneurship, and other general topics, which we come across in our day to day lives.
  1. Six entries are allowed per institute/ department.
  2. Only English/ Hindi/ Gujarati poems are allowed.
  3. Each participant will have a maximum of 5 minutes for the recitation of a poem.
  4. The poem which is original and not something that is translated from a modern or foreign language poem or a lyric to a song will fetch more marks.
  5. No vulgarity, obscene language, profanity, personal attacks or religious extremism will be allowed and can lead to disqualification.
  1. Six entries per institute/department are allowed.
  2. The Essay competition consists of hand written submissions.
  3. It is an individual competition. Collaboration of two or more authors is not allowed.
  4. Topic will be given in advance (1 week). Students need to write essay on the day of event.
  5. Student need to write essay in one hour time.
  6. The participant not allowed use mobile or other electronic instruments.
  7. The Written submissions have to be submitted to event coordinator in hard copy.
  8. Only original essays will be considered for the competition. Previously published essays are therefore excluded. Any form of plagiarism will result in disqualification of the essay.
  9. The essay shall be no longer than 3000 words. The essay must be written on A4 size paper. The name of the participant, institute and contact number is to be mentioned on the first page.
  10. Only 1 submission per author is allowed. No corrections or alterations can be made after receipt and entries will not be returned. Please keep a copy. Entries will be objectively administrated, read and judged anonymously
  11. The criteria may be used in assessing the documents are Content – Originality, Clarity, Structure and Overall impression.
  12. The verdict of the judges would be final.
  • Press notes are an important part of marketing/communications. They are a fundamental tool of public relations and marketing. Press notes provide the latest news about company and its products and services to the media – and to the individuals the media reach.
    Press notes on new product developments or applications are important to journalists, customers, prospects and even potential partners or investors for a variety of reasons. This document describes the uses and value of news releases, the difference between news releases and paid ads, and the steps you can take to write a successful news release.
  • Objective:
    The aim of press note making is to bring creativity and idea to writing a press note in an eye catching way.
  • Rules:
  1. Six entries are allowed per institute/ department.
  2. Time limit for writing a press note would be one hour maximum.
  3. Topic will be provided on the spot.
  4. The report must be written on A4 size paper.
  5. Create a headline.
  6. Grammatically flaw should be maintained.
  7. Can use quotes whenever possible.
  8. Can use contact information (theme based).
  9. Maximum 500 words with maximum 4 paragraphs.
  10. Can use hard numbers. (Supportive evidences).
  11. Can use only Hindi, Guajarati and English Language.
  1. Six entries are allowed per institute/ department.
  2. Only team entries are eligible. A team shall consist of maximum 3 persons.
  3. The Quiz will feature questions on various subjects like Current Affairs, History, Science, General Knowledge and General Subjects etc.
  4. The decision of the quiz-master will be final and will not be subject to any change.
  5. The participants shall not be allowed to use mobile or other electronic instruments.
  6. The questions shall be in the form of multiple choice, True / False statement, Specific- answer question (One Word Answer), or other short format.
  7. Replacement of any participant of a team is not allowed after registration.
ELIMINATION ROUND – (In case more number of teams register)
  1. Each team would be given a set of question paper containing 30 multiple choice /objective / short type questions.
  2. Time limit - 15 minutes.
  3. Only Top 6 Teams will be selected for Final Quiz Rounds.
  4. In case of tie between 2 or more teams, further 5 questions would be asked for final selection.
  5. The selected teams shall have to appear for the final round.
  6. The rules of the Final Quiz rounds will be announced at the time of event.
  1. Six entries are allowed per institute/ department. Each Institute will be represented by the two debaters.
  2. Medium of expression will be Hindi or English or Gujarati.
  3. Topic of debate will be announced 10 days in advance.
  4. Each debater will be allowed to speak for maximum 4 minutes. After 3 minutes a warning bell will ring and in last minute, participants will have to conclude.
  5. The competitor from each institute will defend and oppose the motion.
  6. Paper reading is not allowed.
  1. The purpose of this contest is to bring out creativity from participants in the field of advertising.
  2. Six entries are allowed per institute/ department.
  3. Maximum 5 members are allowed in a team.
  4. There will be two rounds in the contest.
  • Round 1:
    Task: Each Team has to design one Print Advertisement on given theme/product/service.
    Time Allowed: 30 Minutes for preparation and maximum 2 Minutes for Presentation.
  • Round 2:
    Task: Each Team has to design and present/act on one Television Advertisement on given theme/product/service.
    Time Allowed: 10 Minutes for preparation and maximum 1 Minute for Presentation.
  1. Product/Service/Theme would be assigned on the day of contest only. Team is responsible to manage necessary resources. Just basic infrastructure (Class Room, Chairs, Audio System, and similar other resources) would be provided.
  2. Each team has to suggest Brand-name and Punch Line in the advertisement of assigned product/service.
  3. Attempt must be made so that prepared advertisements do not violate/harm interests of any person/community.
  4. Rules regarding teams that would go to next round and criteria for evaluations would be announced to the participants at appropriate time before contest.
  5. Teams indulging into violating event rules and common rules would be disqualified for further round(s) participation.
  6. Contest coordinators have right to change contest rules, if circumstances demands.
Theatre
  1. Only six entries per institute/ department will be allowed.
  2. Maximum time allotted for each participant is 10 minutes.
  3. Use of make-up, drapery and background music is allowed. No personal remarks, aspersions, character assassination etc. is allowed.
  4. The item will be judged basically on the qualities like theme, work on acting and general impression.
  5. Vulgarity or bitter insinuations in presentation will be disqualified.
  1. Only six entries per institute/department will be allowed.
  2. Each participant will be given 5 minutes time.
  3. Participants may mimic sound of machines and speeches of well-known persons etc. including film personalities.
  4. Marking will be based on: Skill imitating, variety of sound and voices imitate and presentation.
  5. Vulgarity or bitter insinuations in presentation will be disqualified
  1. Only six entries per institute/department are allowed.
  2. It is an individual event.
  3. A movie will be screened for the participants. The participants are allowed to write points/take notes while watching the movie.
  4. The time duration for preparation is 30 minutes after screening of the movie.
  5. The participants have to present their reviews verbally in front of audience and judges.
  6. Maximum time for presentation of movie review will be 5 minutes.
  7. Cell phones are not allowed during event.
  8. The judging will be based on originality, clarity, structure of the content, presentation skills and overall impression.
  1. Only six entries per institute/department will be allowed.
  2. The duration of the skit/drama should not exceed 20 minutes.
  3. Time will be counted as soon as the signal is given or the team starts giving introduction, whichever is earlier. Empty stage to empty stage shall be followed strictly. For stage setting and removal of set and properties, up to 10 minutes will be given after taking charge of the stage.
  4. The number of participants should not exceed ten and the maximum number of accompanists should not exceed three. The participating team shall bring their own set/ stage property, make up material etc. Light and general property such as ordinary furniture may be provided on advance information.
  5. Participants may speak in Hindi, English or any regional language of India.
  6. The participating team must report to the coordinator of the competition at least two hours before the presentation of the play.
  7. Judgment will most likely be based on the qualities of the play like theme, work on acting, stage craft, design and general impression etc.
  8. Decision of the panel of judges will be final and binding upon all.
  9. Accompanists will either speak from the background or will play upon musical instruments for background music. They shall not appear on the stage.
  10. Vulgarity or bitter insinuations in presentation should be avoided.
  1. Only six entries per institute/ department will be allowed.
  2. Maximum number of six participants is allowed to participate in this event.
  3. Judgment will most likely be based on the qualities like idea, creativity of presentation, use of make-up, music and general impression.
  4. Duration of performance shall be of maximum 5 minutes.
  1. Only six entries per institute/department are allowed.
  2. In documentary a group of students are required to make a non- entertainment non-fictitious documentary with an objective to depict some theme or a story or an inspiration.
  3. It must be noted that all the technical requirement of the film such as Direction, Cinematography, Camera Work, Screen Play, Background score, etc. must be fulfilled by the students only and no professional support should be sought. In case any professional support is taken, it shall lead to immediate disqualification of the event.
  4. Two participants are allowed per team.
  5. The film has to be non-fictional and must have a message to give.
  6. Your documentary should not be longer than 10 minutes and not shorter than 3 minutes.
  7. The entry must be the original work of the student(s).
  8. Limited use of copyrighted material will be permitted in the entry so long as it is a lawful or "fair" use, and so long as such use does not overwhelm the contribution of the student(s).
  9. Participants need to submit it to event coordinator with the help of HDD, CD or pen-drive on day of event.
  10. Once the documentary is shortlisted, at least one of the members of the production team must be physically present at the show case in order to answer the questions of the judging panel.
  11. The Judging will be based on story/script, direction, cinematography, creativity and message, technical quality and overall impression.
  1. Only six entries per institute/department are allowed.
  2. In short movie making competition a group of students are required to make an entertaining fictitious or reality based short movie on any genre i.e. comedy, suspense, drama, tragic, etc.
  3. It must be noted that all the technical requirement of the film such as Direction, Cinematography, Camera Work, Screen Play, Background score, etc. must be fulfilled by the students only and no professional support should be sought. In case any professional support is taken, it shall lead to immediate disqualification of the event.
  4. Maximum eight participants are allowed per team. None of the cast and crew (i.e. actors, director, script/story writer, etc.) of the movie must be other than the team (i.e. 8 participants).
  5. Your short film should not be longer than 15 minutes and not shorter than 5 minutes.
  6. The entry must be the original work of the student(s).
  7. Limited use of copyrighted material will be permitted in the entry so long as it is a lawful or "fair" use, and so long as such use does not overwhelm the contribution of the student(s).
  8. Participants need to submit it to event coordinator with the help of HDD, CD or pen-drive on day of event.
  9. Once the movie is shortlisted, at least one of the members of the production team must be physically present at the show case the same before the judging panel.
  10. The Judging will be based on Story/Script, Direction, Cinematography, Creativity and message, Technical quality and Overall impression.
  11. Any kind of vulgarity or bitter insinuations in the movie would result into immediate disqualification.
Fine Arts
  1. Six entries are allowed per institute/ department.
  2. Duration will be maximum 2 hours 30 minutes.
  3. A clay model shall have to be made on the spot.
  4. Theme/Topics/ size and other specific rules shall be announced ‘on the spot’.
  5. Model should depict the theme or topic. Each model has to be accompanied with a short write up about the interpretation of the theme.
  6. Clay shall be provided by the university. The amount of clay given to each team shall be limited. Other implements should be arranged by the participants themselves.
  7. Judging criteria will be based on Originality, Refinement, Aesthetics, Communication aspect. The decision of the judges will be final and binding.
  1. Six entries are allowed per institute/ department.
  2. Duration will be maximum 2 hours.
  3. A drawing sheet will be painted in form of poster ‘on the spot’ and the participants will be requested to do painting/stylish texting on the subject/topic/theme given by the In- charge of the competition.
  4. Participants shall bring their own material. Only the Drawing paper/ Sheet 15” X 22” will be provided by the organizers.
  5. Judgment criterion shall be on creativity, design, clarity, content and elements present.
  6. Decision of the judges will be final and binding.
  1. Six entries are allowed per institute/ department.
  2. A Cartoon shall be drawn ‘on the spot’ on the given subject/ idea.
  3. Duration will be maximum 2 hours.
  4. Theme shall be announced on the spot.
  5. Participants shall bring their own material. Only the Drawing paper/sheet 15” X 22” will be provided by the University.
  6. Judgment criterion shall be on interpretation and the clarity of the theme to the viewer, creativity, originality of the depicted theme, quality of artistic composition and overall design based on the theme and overall impression of the art.
  7. Decision of the judges will be final and binding.
  1. Six entries are allowed per institute/ department.
  2. The theme of the collage making will be given ‘on the spot’.
  3. Collage will be prepared on the spot on the given topic/subject, sheet size 15” X 22”.
  4. Duration will be of maximum 2 hours 30 minutes.
  5. Participants shall bring their own scissors, pasting glue and other material required for the contest.
  6. Collage has to be prepared from old magazines & newspapers to be brought by participants.
  7. Cutting and marking of picture or text etc. from the magazines before the event shall disqualify the participants.
  8. The University will provide the drawing paper of the size 15” X 22” and necessary magazines & newspapers if required.
  9. Judgment criterion shall be on originality, relevance to the Theme, Symbolism/Visual impact and Creativity.
  10. Decision of the judges will be final and binding.
  1. Six entries are allowed per institute/ department.
  2. Duration will be maximum 2 hours.
  3. A drawing sheet will be painted ‘on the spot’ and the participants will be requested to do painting on the subject / topic / theme given by the in- charge of the competition.
  4. Participants shall bring their own material like brushes, paints etc. Only the Drawing paper/ Sheet 15” X 22” will be provided by the organizers.
  5. Acceptable tools of drawing / painting include pencil, crayon, oil, water, poster or pastel colors. Photographs, wires, and other 3D objects are not acceptable. The completed artwork must be on a flat piece of paper.
  6. The drawing / painting must not include words, national flags, or slogans.
  7. The drawing / painting must not represent any particular individual, organization, or brand name and must not depict any religious theme. Name and Institute’s name must be clearly mentioned on the back of poster in the English. No text (including theme title, name, etc) should be written on the front of the poster.
  8. Judgment criterion shall be on originality, relevance to the theme, creativity and execution.
  9. Decision of the judges will be final and binding.
Decorative Arts & Misc
  1. Six entries are allowed per institute/department
  2. Number of participants 2, one subject and other artist.
  3. Participant should bring their own material.
  4. Time Duration : 1 hour 30 minutes
  5. The event will be conducted on the spot.
  6. Judgment will be made on qualities like originality, combination, details and finish, visual attraction, colour.
  7. It is strictly not allowed to use mobile phones or any other material for supportive help.
  1. Six entries are allowed per institute/ department.
  2. Number of participants 2, one subject and other is artist.
  3. Participant should bring their own material.
  4. Time Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes.
  5. The event will be conducted on the spot.
  6. Judgment will be made on qualities like Originality, Design, Theme, and Visual attraction, Details, Finish and Fineness.
  7. It is strictly not allowed to use mobile phones or any other material for supportive help.
  1. Six entries are allowed per institute/ department.
  2. It is a solo event.
  3. The participant shall bring his/her own digital camera.
  4. The memory card which will be formatted by the judges before the commencement of the contest.
  5. The time limit will be one and half day.
  6. The participant has to submit 5 best captured photographs.
  7. Mixing, matching or morphing of photographs will disqualify the participants.
  8. Software such as Photoshop etc. for enhancing images is also prohibited.
  9. The organizers will have all rights for the use of these pictures as and when they deem fit.
  10. Digital images shall be evaluated on the basis of (I) IMPACT, (II) COMPOSITION. (III) TECHNICAL QUALITY, and (IV) MESSAGE for the specific.
  11. Additional instructions will be announced on the spot.
  1. Six entries are allowed per institute/department.
  2. Maximum 3 number of participants in a team.
  3. The participant shall make his/her item in the time limit of 2 hours 30 minutes.
  4. Participants shall bring their things/material/articles required for the contest.
  5. No readymade model/matter would be accepted.
  6. Only the allotted space should be utilized.
  7. Scoring criterion:
    1. Innovative idea, Clear depiction
    2. Utility of model, Material used
    3. Eco friendly rating, 3 R's concept- Reduce, Reuse, Recycle.
  1. Six entries are allowed per institute/ department.
  2. Duration will be maximum 2 hours 30 minutes.
  3. Number of participants 2, one artist and other is accompanist.
  4. Participants shall bring their own material. This art is known differently in various regions such as Mandna, Alpana, Alekhan, Kolam, Rangoli, etc.
  5. For the rangoli the medium and form of expression can be free hand, pictorial and descriptive.
  6. Only one medium i.e. either Flower Petals or Saw- dust or Pulses or Karothi with rangoli colour or Rice without pasting shall be used.
  7. The participants shall have to prepare a rangoli within the space provided by the organizers.
  8. Sticking of rangoli materials on the floor with any kind of adhesive shall not be permitted.
  9. It is strictly not allowed to use mobile phones or any other material for supportive help.
Fashion Show
  1. Type of event: Group, Maximum Team Size: 14 [+4 accompanists as required].
  2. There should be 14 Models per team exclusive of the designer, choreographer, manager and one more supporting member for music and light.
  3. It is a theme based Fashion show where every team has to represent a unique and innovative theme. Some examples of themes are as follows: Bridal, Celebrations and Occasions, Festival, Indo-western, Black and White (retro), Colors, Formals, Diversity in India, Diversity of the world, Eco-oriented, Negative Power, Terrorism, World Peace, Deforestation or any other themes as per your choice.
  4. A team shall be given a maximum of 15 minutes including set up and clearance for their performance. However it is mandatory that a team performs for a minimum of 6 minutes. Your time starts counting as soon as the name of the team is announced.
  5. T-shaped extension will be provided on the main stage.
  6. A person per team must be there to manage sound and lights each.
  7. Emphasis will be given to Themes, Walking Style, Props, Originality, Make Up, Choreography, and Stage Utilization. No props and costumes will be provided by the organizers. Teams have to bring their own costumes and props.
  8. Use of materials like candles, fire, cigarettes, alcohol and any hazardous materials on stage is prohibited.
  9. Soundtrack is to be submitted prior to 1 day of the competition to event coordinator by each Team Leader.
  10. Vulgarity of any kind would lead to disqualification of the team from the event. The dresses are to be pre-approved by Team Leaders.
  11. The decision of the judges and organizing committee will be final and binding in all respect.
  12. Judging Criteria is Models and Walks, Costumes, Ornamentation and Make Up,
  13. Choreography and Stage Utilization, Justification of theme, Formation, Overall impact.
Start Up
  1. There is no restriction of number of ideas per Institute/ Department. Encourage maximum participation. Ten best entries of the competition shall be a part of the UtH Fest start-up competition.
  2. Team Size: maximum 5, but only one can present ideas.
  3. The sectors must be from following:
    1. Agriculture
    2. Bio-Technology
    3. Transport
    4. Automobile
    5. Education
    6. Health and Pharmaceuticals
    7. Social Media Consulting
    8. Internet of Things Technology
    9. Building Materials/Construction Technology
    10. Information & Communication Technology (ICT)
    11. Water, Sanitation and Solid Waste Management
    12. Energy Conservation Services
    13. Ready to Eat Food Supply
  4. Time: 8 minutes for presentation and 7 minutes questions answers sessions by judges.
  5. Participants must submit start-up idea in given template latest by 15th January, 2018. If the entry is selected for UtH Fest, the submitted start-up idea would also carry marks (i.e. 30% weightage). Plan must include all feasibility components regarding every functional area of selected product/service.
  6. Submitted summary of your start up idea will be evaluated by panel and Start up ideas will be presented on 17th January, 2018.
  7. Ten best entries from the competition will be presenting their ideas in Startup Event at 4th UthFest. The weightage of presentation of Start up ideas is 70%.
  8. All teams need to bring power point presentation to explain their idea before judges. It is advised to keep back-up copy of all documents related to start-up idea.
  9. You must be ready to perform even without power-point slides under power failure or any other situations.
  10. The evaluation criteria for presentation is as follows
    1. Innovativeness
    2. Idea Suitability and marketability
    3. Solution of Problems
    4. Profitability
    5. Presentation skills
    6. Questions and Answers
  11. The evaluation criteria for summary report are as follows:
    1. Problem Statement
    2. Need Identification
    3. Growth Plan
    4. Financial Options
    5. Technological Sound
    6. Idea Scalability
    7. Team Profile
  12. Some of the rules may be change based on number of entries.
  13. Specific rules of event will be announced on the day of event
  14. Judges decisions will be final.
Mr. UTU And Ms. UTU
  1. Four entries; 2 Males and 2 Females per department/institute are allowed.
  2. It is a solo event having group activities as well.
  3. Each participant has to go through 4 rounds as mentioned below.
    • Round 1: Responsiveness Round followed by screening where by only 40 candidates i.e. 20 boys and 20 girls will be selected for further competition.
    • Round 2: Introduction and Presentation after which 32 candidates i.e. 16 boys and 16 girls will be eligible for further competition. Presentation time will be 5 minutes.
    • Round 3: Personality round: Top 20 participants i.e. 10 girls and 10 boys will be selected for next round.
    • Round 4: Final Round: which can include showcase of own talent, question answering. Top 5 girls and 5 boys will be selected.
  4. Results will be declared with the deliberation with all the judges and coordinators.
  5. Participants should not reveal their department/institute in any round.
  6. Talent round should be well prescribed in front of judges informing which participant should perform which talent.
  7. Unique talent will carry extra points.
  8. No time will be provided for costume changing during last two rounds.
  9. What’s going to happen in these rounds is something that you shall know on the spot.
  10. No financial assistant will be provided by UTU/Institutes.
  11. Participant must bring their portfolio(consisting of certificates and achievements)
  12. Participants are not allowed to change costume on the day of event.
  13. Without seeking prior permission, students are not allowed to use any resources of University.
  14. Spoilage of university property is not tolerable.
Fun Fair
  1. People who are interested to book a stall will have to pay non-refundable rent of Rs.2500.
  2. TWO entries per institute are allowed.
  3. Only top 32 registered entries for food stall will be considered.
  4. One person can book either only one food stall or fun game.
  5. Location of stall will be decided by Fun Fair committee only.
  6. If damage caused to property (if any), amount will be charged.
  7. University is not liable for any profit/loss by the stall holder.
  8. No tobacco or alcoholic beverages may be promoted, sold, or consumed.
  9. Participants are not allowed to close the stall before 4:00 pm on all three day of UTh-fest if it will happen they will have to pay a penalty.
  10. Basic amenities which will be provided by university on rent and collected are listed below.
    • 2 Tables
    • 2 Chairs
    • 2 Electricity plug (If you want 3 phase electricity than you have to let us know prior to stall allotment.)
    • If you want any extra chairs and tables than you have to pay for same.
  11. Any stall with food must be hygienic and only the items for which permission has been granted by the authority can be sold.
  12. Students must retain their I-Cards all times.
  13. Gas cylinders will not be provided. Stall owners have to arrange by their own.
  14. Outsider cook (professional) is not allowed.
  15. Only vegetarian food is allowed.
  16. Alumni students are not allowed to organize food stalls.
  17. Stall owners are responsible for setting up and taking down all props and signs.
  18. In case of any misbehavior or emergency, stall owner has to contact discipline committee.
  19. Stall owner has to bring their bin bag for cleanliness. [If not then penalty of Rs.500 will be charged]
  20. If illegal substances are found, your stall will be closed. Management, at its discretion, may confiscate any item that is deemed illegal or unsuitable. This includes illegal or intoxicating substances including “legal/herbal” highs, fireworks including flares, sparklers and any flame, smoke or gas device, smoke canisters, portable laser equipment, laser pens, air horns, spray cans or any item that can be considered a weapon.
  21. Audio-visual equipment should not interfere with neighboring representatives.
  22. All the students have to maintain decorum and discipline at festival. Students have to take care of dressing, behavior and other etiquettes. If anyone found violating that person may be asked to leave the campus.
  23. Rent will not be returned back, in case of cancellation of allotted stall.
  24. You need to give item list and price of each item at registration time only. You can’t add items after registration and also you can’t change price of item. (Please submit item list with price in hardcopy to team leader)
  • Notes:
    Timing is 10:00 am – 4:00pm for all three days.
  • Stall owner can start setting up stalls at 9:30am.
  • One representative from each team must be present at their stall for entire duration.
  • Maximum six members are allowed for each stall.
  • Store room will be provided by us to put your amenities.
  1. People who are interested to organize game will have to pay non-refundable rent of Rs.2500.
  2. If more than one team will enroll for same game, at that time First Come First Serve basis will be considered.
  3. One person can book either only one food stall or fun game.
  4. Location of game will be decided by Fun Fair committee only.
  5. Participants are not allowed to close the stall before 4:00pm on all three day of UTh-fest if it will happen they will have to pay a penalty.
  6. If any damage is caused to university’s property, amount in a form of penalty will be deducted from the deposited amount.
  7. University is not liable for any profit/loss by the games holder.
  8. Cards and gambling games are strictly prohibited.
  9. Only the game whose permission has been granted by the authority can be arranged.
  10. Students must retain their I-Cards all times.
  11. Alumni students are not allowed.
  12. Non UTU members must not be present at stall or game spot.
  13. Game organizers are responsible for setting up and taking down all props and signs.
  14. In case of any misbehavior or emergency, game owner has to contact discipline committee.
  15. Audio-visual equipment should not interfere with neighboring representatives.
  16. All the students have to maintain decorum and discipline at festival. Students have to take care of dressing, behavior and other etiquettes. If anyone found violating that person may be asked to leave the campus.
  • Notes:
    Timing is 10:00 am – 4:00 pm for all three days.
  • Game owner can start setting up stalls at 9:30am.
  • One representative from each team must be present at their game for entire duration.