Mega Events

ChoreoNight

Description

    Maximum of 10 teams are allowed

Synchronize your steps to the 'dhol', act your costumes to represent your character and who knows you might land on a bounty. This gala event promises to give you life long memories.

Rules

  • Performance may or may not be theme based.
  • A team can consist of Minimum 8 and Maximum 22 performing members.
  • The music must be submitted to the organizers at least 1 hour before the start of the event. The name of the submitted audio file should be same as the name of the team and must be in .mp3 format.
  • Performance duration should lie between 7-10 minutes. Marks will be deducted for not complying with the time limit.
  • The music should be a mixture of minimum 3 songs. Any pre-recorded or live music can be used for the performance.
  • Innovations such as props fetch extra points in this round.
  • Props will have to be arranged by the participants themselves. A prop is anything which is not worn on the body as a part of the costume, for example a hand-held hat, stick, ball or any piece of costume that is removed during the routine.
  • Props which require electricity or are considered hazardous (such as fire, smoke, fog devices, knives etc.) are not allowed. Throwing confetti, glitter, chalk powder etc. on the performance area is also discouraged.
  • The teams have to be punctual. Any team that’s not ready by the specified time may be disqualified.
  • If the lighting facility is to be availed, only one person on behalf of the team can supervise the lighting during the performance. Otherwise it would be taken care of by the Lights and Sounds group of the organizing team. Creativity and innovation will fetch extra point
  • Vulgarity of any form will not be allowed in the competition and can lead to immediate disqualification.
  • Dimensions of the stage/performance area will be uploaded on our website very soon .
  • coordinator

      D.BHARGAV(2016UGMM071)
      contact: 7075751692

    Joint coordinator

      SHOUVIK PATRA (2017UGCS045)
      contact: 9820181459
      MAYANK KUMAR (2017UGCE012)
      contact: 8340501782

    PRIZES WORTH: 42K

    Mega Events

    Journalism

    Description

    “Anybody can be a journalist. There are opportunities for all of us to contribute to stories “. If you’re an intellectually curious person— let’s assume that you are—you are likely to have embraced a number of notions about how the world works, how it should work and who should be running it. There should be no strings attached to your opinions, no one asking you to tone it down, and nobody that really wishes you to just shut the hell up and report just the fluffy pieces.

    Rules

  • There will be two rounds in Journalism: Prelims and Finals. A maximum of 8 teams will be shortlisted for the finals.
  • prelims

  • A minimum of 2 and maximum of 3 members are allowed in the team.
  • All the teams have to submit a write-up as their Prelims entry. Word limit is 250 words.
  • The abstract must be mailed to lds1968nitjsr@gmail.com by 13th February(12 noon).
  • The write up can be either in Hindi or English. You will have to stick to one language throughout the competition, i.e. if you get selected for the finals, the reporting has to be done in the language you chose in prelims.
  • Finals

  • Any team member should not be replaced.
  • The mode of communication/reporting has to be the same as that chosen in Prelims.
  • Every team will be allotted the equipment for 30 minutes each day.
  • The events to be covered shall be chosen by the team
  • The events to be covered shall be chosen by the team.
  • The teams need to cover the festival in a way that they may find suitable. They may take interviews as well and/or report about the ongoing events.
  • The reporting has to be done of the events taking place between 9am-5pm. Main-stage reporting is not allowed.
  • All the video clippings, separated day wise must be submitted to the coordinator before 6 pm on .... Basic video editing is allowed.
  • The camera will be allotted to the teams in the respective slots provided to them. Teams are requested to report on time. Any excuse for the delay will not be entertained.
  • The finals entry should include video clippings plus a proper report covering the 3 days activities. • No obscenity and no inappropriate behavior will be entertained in the video.
  • The equipment must be handled carefully. Any damage caused to the equipment will be penalized. • Decision of the judge will be binding and final for all and any team violating the rules will be disqualifie
  • coordinator

      Prashant Krishna (2016UGCS020)
      contact: 7004163380

    Joint coordinator

      Akash Kumar ( 2017UGMM005)
      contact:7717754187/ 8580013648

    PRIZES WORTH: 18K

    Mega Events

    halla bol

    Description

    “Anybody can be a journalist. There are opportunities for all of us to contribute to stories “. If you’re an intellectually curious person— let’s assume that you are—you are likely to have embraced a number of notions about how the world works, how it should work and who should be running it. There should be no strings attached to your opinions, no one asking you to tone it down, and nobody that really wishes you to just shut the hell up and report just the fluffy pieces.

    Rules

  • There will be two rounds in Journalism: Prelims and Finals. A maximum of 8 teams will be shortlisted for the finals.
  • prelims

  • A minimum of 2 and maximum of 3 members are allowed in the team.
  • All the teams have to submit a write-up as their Prelims entry. Word limit is 250 words.
  • The abstract must be mailed to lds1968nitjsr@gmail.com by 13th February(12 noon).
  • The write up can be either in Hindi or English. You will have to stick to one language throughout the competition, i.e. if you get selected for the finals, the reporting has to be done in the language you chose in prelims.
  • Finals

  • Any team member should not be replaced.
  • The mode of communication/reporting has to be the same as that chosen in Prelims.
  • Every team will be allotted the equipment for 30 minutes each day.
  • The events to be covered shall be chosen by the team
  • The events to be covered shall be chosen by the team.
  • The teams need to cover the festival in a way that they may find suitable. They may take interviews as well and/or report about the ongoing events.
  • The reporting has to be done of the events taking place between 9am-5pm. Main-stage reporting is not allowed.
  • All the video clippings, separated day wise must be submitted to the coordinator before 6 pm on .... Basic video editing is allowed.
  • The camera will be allotted to the teams in the respective slots provided to them. Teams are requested to report on time. Any excuse for the delay will not be entertained.
  • The finals entry should include video clippings plus a proper report covering the 3 days activities. • No obscenity and no inappropriate behavior will be entertained in the video.
  • The equipment must be handled carefully. Any damage caused to the equipment will be penalized. • Decision of the judge will be binding and final for all and any team violating the rules will be disqualifie
  • coordinator

      Prashant Krishna (2016UGCS020)
      contact: 7004163380

    Joint coordinator

      Akash Kumar (2017UGMM005)
      contact:7717754187/ 8580013648

    PRIZES WORTH: 42K

    Mega Events

    Theme Quiz

    Description

    Reminiscence the wonders of past and traverse through the annals of time to the glorious era of antiquity. The theme quiz will take you on a hopping ride to the bygone centuries leaving you with a sense of awe and astonishment. Fasten your seatbelts and enjoy the ride.

    Rules

  • Team of 2
  • Cross college or school teams are not allowed
  • Written prelims followed by finals
  • Quizmaster's decision would be final at all circumstances
  • coordinator

      Ujjwal Gupta (2016UGEC012)
      contact:7979886735

    Joint coordinator

      Pranav Kumar singh ( 2017UGME025 )
      contact:7764042620

    PRIZES WORTH: 15K

    Mega Event

    Battle of Bands

    Description

    “The true beauty of music is that it connects people. It carries a message, and we, the musicians, are the messengers.” - Ron Ayers If you have a message that can stir the mass into unison, wait no more because Culfest’18 brings you, just the dais you need. Battle of Band provides you with the opportunity of presenting your own idea of band music and, displaying your talent like never before. Let the audience have a taste of your creation and leave them craving for more. Practice like you have never won. Perform like you have never lost. Don’t keep calm, set the stage on fire and the crowd up roaring. Note: Register before 12th February for this event. A maximum of 10 teams are allowed.

    Rules

    Prelims

  • The band must have a minimum of 3 members and a maximum of 8 members.
  • The time limit for the performance, including the time allotted for sound check, is 15 minutes(Stage in & Stage out).
  • The teams are free to perform 2 songs (One English + One Hindi/Regional).
  • Note: Language is not a constraint for music. Songs in English, Hindi or any other regional language are most welcomed. Versatility will give you extra edge over your opponents.
  • The band must have at least one guitarist, one bassist and a drummer.
  • Decision of the judges will be final and binding.
  • finals

  • The band must have a minimum of 3 members and a maximum of 8 members.
  • The time limit for the performance, including the time allotted for sound check, is 25 minutes. Negative Marking will be there for exceeding time limit.
  • The teams must perform 3 songs: Two Original Composition and One Cover of any eastern/western song.
  • The band must have at least one guitarist, one bassist and a drummer.
  • Decision of the judge will be final and any team violating the rules will be disqualified.
  • coordinator

      ANUKUL GAURAV(2016UGEC030)
      contact: 8210587745

    Joint coordinator

      SIMANT(2017PGCACA13)
      contact:8051223209
      HARSHAL DESAI(2017UGCS086)
      contact: 9767293762

    PRIZES WORTH: 36K

    Mega Events

    panache

    Description

    “Fashion is not something that exists in dresses only. Fashion is in the sky, in the street, fashion has to do with ideas, the way we live, what is happening.” ― Coco Chanel

    When the lights, camera and heart-pounding music are on, the vision of models sashaying down the ramp is absolutely enthralling, for the students, professors and judges alike . Verve, the mega event of fashion is not only about exploring the realms of fantasy but also to reaffirm the fact that whether it is about selecting the fabric, or putting the intricate designs together, engineers are always at it.

    Rules

  • Theme selection is open. All the teams will have their own individual theme.
  • You are free to choose any theme and will be marked accordingly, but 10 marks are there for your overall performance's relation to the theme of the fest.
  • It is a team event. A team must consist of minimum 14 models and maximum up to 18 models but with not more than 10 models to be present on stage at a time, in addition to designers, choreographer and supporting members.
  • Each team has to provide a background video otherwise a default video will be played.
  • Performance time would be minimum 9 minutes and maximum 12 minutes. Further 1.5 minutes are provided to set-up the stage prior to the performance (if required) also the teams need to mention it before- hand to the coordinators and 0.5 minutes to clear the stage after the performance. Points will be deducted for exceeding the time limit.
  • One person per team should be there to manage the soundtrack and one for the lights. No supporting staff will be provided by us.
  • Emphasis will be given to clothing, walking style, originality, attitude and representation of the theme.
  • No props and costumes will be provided by us. Teams have to bring their own costumes and props.
  • Use of materials like candles, matches, cigarettes, alcohol and any other hazardous material on stage is prohibited. Teams are required to contact coordinators before using such materials.
  • Two copies of soundtrack should be submitted in advance of standard audio format .wav or .mp3 of sound quality 192kbps or above to coordinators (in pen drives only).
  • Vulgarity of any kind would lead to disqualification of team from the event. Hence if the team feels that any stunt of costume design can be deemed as vulgar, it is strongly advised to consult the coordinators then performing it directly on stage.
  • The decision of the judges and the coordinating committee will be final and binding.
  • It is imperative that all team members must possess a valid college id which must be presented at the time of registration. However, makeup artist could be a hired professional.
  • A green room would be provided for changing purpose.
  • No make-up artist will be provided. Teams will have to arrange one for themselves.
  • coordinator

      SURAJ SURESH(2016UGME001)
      contact: 8921446731

    Joint coordinator

      NIPURN JAIN(2017UGPI017)
      contact:7990027827
      AKSHANSH SINGH(2017UGEC053R)
      contact: 7781031677

    PRIZES WORTH: 70K

    Dramatics

    RANGMANCH

    Description

    They say, “we are the actors whereas World is the stage”. So it becomes mandatory to express yourself, to pour out your inner thoughts and to show the real talent of Drama. If you have dramatics as your passion then CULFEST gives you the vital chance of expressing your thoughts to the people and to do good for the society.

    For all these we welcome you to participate in the so called rangmanch competition called as SKIT COMPETITION

    Rules

  • This is a group event. Each team can consist of 6-15 members. Apart from that one person can be there to look after the music or props.
  • Teams can pre-register online or by person.
  • Each participant should be registered in Culfest'19 failing which, the whole team would be disqualified.
  • There will be only one round for the competition. The maximum time allotted for the play is 25 minutes. This given time is from the empty stage to empty stage.
  • If the play time exceeds the given maximum time i.e.25 minutes, 20% marks per 5 minutes will be deducted from the final marks of the responsible team.
  • Language of the play can be Hindi or English..
  • The performance can also be a musical drama/play. Participants must bring their own music and background tracks they wish to play..
  • Participants must bring their own laptops/PDs for the sound effects and must contact the organiser at least 30 minutes prior to their performance if they wish to play any background tracks during the play.
  • Naked flames/animals/colours and other objectionable objects or things are strictly not allowed in the competition.
  • All the costumes and probes are to be arranged by the respective participating team for their play. They must take care of their own instruments in green room
  • Issues like crossing the limits, using abusive language or vulgarity will lead to negative marking and if required, disqualification..
  • The judge’s decision will be final and binding. .
  • The organising team owns all the rights to make any necessary change in the rules if required.
  • coordinator

      Priya Kumari(2016UGEE082)
      contact: 7294958587

    Joint coordinator

      Mayank Kashyap(2017UGCS001)
      contact: 9110192391
      MAYANK KUMAR (2017UGCE012)
      contact: 8340501782

    PRIZES WORTH: 26K

    Dramatics

    PANCH PARMESHWAR

    Description

    “Panch Parmeshwar” is basically like a panchayat where the people in the villages are asked to solve their disputes based on the discussion between two groups and the decision is taken by a team consisting of six members where 5 members are called panch and one is the sarpanch. This type of thing is being practiced in the most of the villages and is very popular among the villages.

    Rules

    Participating team will be in a group of (4-6) members. At the time of event each team will choose a case from a set of cases. Team will be provided a sheet where a set of rules and regulations and brief information about the case will be written. Two teams will get a single case; one will speak in favor and another against the case. After each team will finish its argument in front of Panchs, winner will be decided. During the event a short G.K. based question round will be held where the crowd can participate and the crowd would be asked to give some suggestion about the case being held. Finally a short message will be given at the end of the event.

    coordinator

      Pragati Gupta (2016UGCS051)
      contact: 8235817548

    Joint coordinator

      Vishal (2017UGCS055R)
      contact: 8210280815

    PRIZES WORTH: 9K

    Dramatics

    HALLA BOL

    Description

    The street play event: An art that encompasses entertainment with community education. Carpe Diem provides you a creative platform to make aware the incognizant – a place to voice your concerns. A one of a kind competition will test enthusiasm and energy of teams in tight packed performances on given issues. Come and showcase the creativity in you against the odd of not having a stage set for you. Remember to bring back the feel of the 90’s though.

    Rules

  • One member can participate as a member of maximum two team.
  • Each team can consist of minimum 12 to maximum of 22 members.
  • Each participant should be registered in Culfest'19 failing which, the whole team would be disqualified.
  • Time limit for each performance is minimum 10 mins and maximum 20 mins.
  • Teams are free to use simple props(Dupatta , Lathi, Gulaal, Paint etc) in their act of performance.
  • Organizing committee shall not provide any Costume/Props.
  • No electronic instrument is to be played throughout the play.
  • No offensive language/ words against any specific person, Indian Constitution,Religion or Caste is allowed during the performance, doing such can result in direct elimination.
  • coordinator

      Dushyant Chaudhary (2016UGMM034)
      contact: 8077842641

    Joint coordinator

      Yash Prasad (2017UGMM027)
      contact: 7301994883
      Akanksha Sudhanshu (2017UGEC101)
      contact: 9939616812

    PRIZES WORTH: 42K

    Dramatics

    MIME

    Description

    As they say, "Actions speak louder than words". Culfest gives you a great opportunity to prove this by taking part in MIME. Mime is the art of acting out a story through body motions, without the usage of speech.

    Rules

  • The team should consist of 4-8 members.
  • Time limit for each performance is 5-15 minutes. The time given is from empty stage to empty stage.
  • If the play exceeds the maximum time i.e., 15 minutes, 10% marks per extra 2 minutes will be deducted from the final marks of the responsible team.
  • No props are allowed.
  • Teams must bring their own music and background tracks they wish to play.
  • Each participant should be registered in Culfest'19 failing which, the whole team would be disqualified.
  • Face paint is allowed.
  • Dress colour should be preferably black or blue.
  • The judge’s decision will be final and binding.
  • The organising team owns all the rights to make any necessary change in the rules if required.
  • coordinator

      ANKITA KUMARI(2016UGCS080)
      contact: 7635062185

    Joint coordinator

      Kunal (2017UGEC020)
      contact: 7301994883

    PRIZES WORTH: 15

    Dance

    Foot Loose

    Description

    “Great dancers are not great because of their technique; it’s because of their passion.” Do you think you have it in you what it takes to do the locking and popping of b-Boer? Or you consider yourself more of a freestyler? It doesn’t matter if you are a jazz dancer or a "chak de phatte" bhangra specialist. Put your dancing shoes and compete in the solo dance competition to prove that you are a connoisseur when it comes to grooving to the beats.

    Rules

  • The competition takes place in two rounds, the Prelims and the Finals.
  • Dance form can be either classical or free style.
  • Props can fetch extra points.
  • Live music is not allowed.
  • The music to be used must be submitted to the organizers in .mp3 format at least 1 hour before the event begins.
  • prelims

  • The participants must showcase a demo of their performance for the Final Round.
  • The duration of the performance should be 2 - 3 minutes.
  • Props are allowed, but will NOT fetch points during this round.
  • finals

  • The performance time for each participant is 4 - 5 minutes.
  • Song should be a mixture of minimum of two songs
  • The creative use of props is allowed in this round, and they do fetch points in this round.
  • Vulgarity of any form will not be allowed in the competition and can lead to immediate disqualification.
  • coordinator

      KANISHKA (2016UGCS047)
      contact: 7277181420

    Joint coordinator

      JYOTI KUMARI (2017UGEC011)
      contact: 9709241232

    PRIZES WORTH: 4.8K

    Dance

    Dancing Duo

    Description

    '“It is with your feet that you move... but it is with your heart that you dance...” This competition gives you the perfect opportunity to shake your booty with your buddy. If you have steaming hot chemistry and mellow synchronisation then dress classy and dance cheesy with your partner and set the stage on fire. Dance before the music is over. Live before your life is over.

    Rules

  • The competition takes place in a single round. *(However, if participation is large then a prelims round will be added in which the participants have to perform a part of their performance.
  • The couple has to perform on a self-chosen son
  • The time limit is 3 - 5 minutes.
  • Classical dance forms will not be allowed.
  • Props can fetch extra points.
  • Two individuals of the opposite gender or same gender can pair up to compete in this event.
  • Live music is not allowed
  • The music to be used must be submitted to the organizers in .mp3 format at least 1 hour before the event begins.
  • coordinator

      J. SUSHMA (2016UGEC014R)
      contact: 9515905284

    Joint coordinator

      AKRITY (2017UGEC061R)
      contact: 8079031382
      MAYANK KUMAR (2017UGCE012)
      contact: 8340501782

    PRIZES WORTH: 9K

    Dance

    Shake on beat

    Description

    To dance is to be out of yourself. “Larger, more beautiful, more powerful" If you think you have that "dance ka keeda" in you, our stage awaits your ‘dhamakedaar’ entry. Be it classical, contemporary, hip hop or the likes; if you think you can dance anytime ,anywhere, in any dance form come show us what you got and set the stage ablaze with your dance moves in one of the most exciting and fun-filled events of Culfest-19!

    Rules: Judging parameters:

  • Impact on the audience
  • Facial expressions and body language
  • Presentation
  • Choreography (technicalities)
  • prelims

  • 4 participants are randomly called to perform on some random music played on the spot.
  • Best 2 of 4 participants will qualify for final round from each group.
  • Finals

  • 4 participants from among the finalists are randomly called to perform on random music played on the spot.
  • Instant choreographic skills and synchronization to music fetches more points
  • coordinator

      SALONI SETH (2016UGEC005R )
      contact:7800780655

    Joint coordinator

      SWATI HANSDA (2017UGMM083)
      contact: 7070449702

    PRIZE WORTH: 4.8K

    Mega Events

    ChoreoNight

    Description

      Maximum of 10 teams are allowed

    Synchronize your steps to the 'dhol', act your costumes to represent your character and who knows you might land on a bounty. This gala event promises to give you life long memories.

    Rules

  • Performance may or may not be theme based.
  • A team can consist of Minimum 8 and Maximum 22 performing members.
  • The music must be submitted to the organizers at least 1 hour before the start of the event. The name of the submitted audio file should be same as the name of the team and must be in .mp3 format.
  • Performance duration should lie between 7-10 minutes. Marks will be deducted for not complying with the time limit.
  • The music should be a mixture of minimum 3 songs. Any pre-recorded or live music can be used for the performance.
  • @6 Innovations such as props fetch extra points in this round.
  • @7 Props will have to be arranged by the participants themselves. A prop is anything which is not worn on the body as a part of the costume, for example a hand-held hat, stick, ball or any piece of costume that is removed during the routine.
  • @8 Props which require electricity or are considered hazardous (such as fire, smoke, fog devices, knives etc.) are not allowed. Throwing confetti, glitter, chalk powder etc. on the performance area is also discouraged.
  • @9 The teams have to be punctual. Any team that’s not ready by the specified time may be disqualified.
  • If the lighting facility is to be availed, only one person on behalf of the team can supervise the lighting during the performance. Otherwise it would be taken care of by the Lights and Sounds group of the organizing team. Creativity and innovation will fetch extra point
  • @10 Vulgarity of any form will not be allowed in the competition and can lead to immediate disqualification.
  • @11 Dimensions of the stage/performance area will be uploaded on our website very soon .
  • coordinator

      D.BHARGAV(2016UGMM071)
      contact: 7075751692

    Joint coordinator

      SHOUVIK PATRA (2017UGCS045)
      contact: 9820181459
      MAYANK KUMAR (2017UGCE012)
      contact: 8340501782

    PRIZES WORTH: 42K

    Faces

    Face painting

    Description

    Life is a great big canvas, and we should throw all the paint on it. Face painting is an event which true to its name , provides the participants the opportunity to smear the faces of their partners with myriad hues as per the themes provided. All those who dream of transforming people into butterflies, ghosts, witches or animals... FACES presents a perfect stage, this Culfest 2019 to transform your dreams into

    Rules

    There should be 2 members in each and every team. oParticipants are not allowed to use anything except materials provided by Co-coordinator. Time limit is 1 hour. Teams are not allowed to take any kind of external help. Participants must bring their Culfest registration card. If any team found guilty of violating rules, it would be eliminated. Skin friendly colours will be provided.

    It is a theme based event.

    coordinator

      ANMOL (2016UGMM016)
      contact:9801119003

    Joint coordinator

      SHRESTA SONKAR (2017UGPI047)
      contact: 7974044565

    PRIZES WORTH: 7.2K

    Faces

    Rangoli

    Description

    Rangoli’s are a visual treat due to their intricacy and varied colours present in it. They have been an integral part of Indian culture, finding their place both during festivities, rituals and hospitable occasions. FACES provides you an opportunity to show the beauty of your thoughts blended with the artistry you possess and add colours to the sunset sky; by floating colourful clouds and win exciting prizes..

    Rules

  • Participants are not allowed to use anything except materials provided by Co- coordinator.
  • Theme based event.
  • Limited colours will be provided.
  • Time limit is 2 hour.
  • Participants must bring their Culfest registration card.
  • Teams are not allowed to take any kind of external help.
  • If any team found guilty of violating rules, that team would be eliminated.
  • There should be 2 members in each and every team.
  • coordinator

      MLN BHARGAV ( 2016UGPI026)
      contact: 9177634929

    Joint coordinator

      RIDDHI (2017UGMM046)
      contact: 9939949490

    PRIZES WORTH: 7.2K

    Faces

    Triathlon

    Description

    Sketching is the breath of art. It helps to put feelings into a drawing. Culfest’19 brings to you this event which explores the artist within you. So bring out the best in you and showcase your skills with the majestic strokes of a pencil. Put down your vivid imagination diffused with your aesthetic sense and show the world the power of the artist within you. So gear up for this upcoming event which presents you with a 3 in 1 opportunity to give dimensions to your feelings.

    Rules

  • Team event (2 members per team)
  • Participants are supposed to use only those materials provided by coordinators.
  • participants must bring their Culfest registration card.
  • If any team found guilty of violating rules, it would be eliminated.
  • Time Limit of the event is 2 hr.
  • It is a Theme based event.
  • coordinator

      JEET KUMAR YADAV (2016UGPI034)
      contact: 8987580314

    Joint coordinator

      SUGANDH (2017UGME071)
      contact:8919288804

    PRIZES WORTH: 9.2K

    Faces

    CLAYDOH

    Description

    Squeezing and squishing through the dough, moulding and giving wings to our imagination is what this event is all about. The tangible nature of clay, makes it feasible to mould it to different shapes and sculptures which combined with the remedial effects it offers Makes it enjoyable for both kids and adults alike to play with it. Culfest’19 presents this fun filled event to create 3-d models and bag a prize!!

    Rules

  • Team event (2 members per team)
  • Participants are supposed to use only those materials provided by coordinators.
  • participants must bring their Culfest registration card.
  • If any team found guilty of violating rules, it would be eliminated.
  • Time Limit of the event is 1.5 hr.
  • It is a Theme based event.
  • coordinator

      MANSI (2016UGMM028)
      contact: 9973356195

    Joint coordinator

      Abhishek Verma(2017UGCE074)
      contact:9314092297

    PRIZES WORTH: 7.2K

    Faces

    POSHAK

    Description

    ‘We love your style when you face up to our challenge of inventing it. ’ Do you believe in creativity? Do you think some fragments of newspaper and an urn of glue is sufficient to fashion a dress? Then visit your mind palace for inventive designs and prepare to drape your friend with your scrap ensembles. POSHAK is your chance of shaping ordinary into extraordinary. Fashion beseeches you to set new trends!

    Rules

  • There can be a maximum of 3 members and minimum 2 in each and every team.
  • Participants are not allowed to use anything except materials provided by Co- coordinator.
  • Time limit is 2 hour.
  • Teams are not allowed to take any kind of external help.
  • Participants must bring their Culfest registration card.
  • If any team found guilty of violating rules, it would be eliminated.
  • It is a theme based event.
  • coordinator

      Vikrant kumar(2016UGCS003R)
      contact: 8294484301

    Joint coordinator

      Gaurang Bairathi (2017UGEC057R)
      7014889685/8740802359

    PRIZES WORTH: 15K

    Faces

    FINGER PAINTING:

    Description

    Finger painting is an easy and fun way to be creative, regardless of how old you are. All you need is some suitable paint, some paper to paint on, and you're set.

    Rules

  • Participants are not allowed to use anything except materials provided by Co-coordinator.
  • Time limit is 1 hour.
  • Teams are not allowed to take any kind of external help.
  • Participants must bring their Culfest registration card.
  • If any team found guilty of violating rules, it would be eliminated.
  • It is a theme based event.
  • Single participation is allowed.
  • coordinator

      A.H.V SAI KAMAL KUMAR (2016UGMM012)
      contact: 7995120400

    Joint coordinator

      TALLURI DURGA RAJESWARI (2017UGCS012)
      9676223525

    PRIZES WORTH: 5K

    Fashion

    panache

    Description

    “Fashion is not something that exists in dresses only. Fashion is in the sky, in the street, fashion has to do with ideas, the way we live, what is happening.” ― Coco Chanel

    When the lights, camera and heart-pounding music are on, the vision of models sashaying down the ramp is absolutely enthralling, for the students, professors and judges alike . Verve, the mega event of fashion is not only about exploring the realms of fantasy but also to reaffirm the fact that whether it is about selecting the fabric, or putting the intricate designs together, engineers are always at it.

    Rules

  • Theme selection is open. All the teams will have their own individual theme.
  • You are free to choose any theme and will be marked accordingly, but 10 marks are there for your overall performance's relation to the theme of the fest.
  • It is a team event. A team must consist of minimum 14 models and maximum up to 18 models but with not more than 10 models to be present on stage at a time, in addition to designers, choreographer and supporting members.
  • Each team has to provide a background video otherwise a default video will be played.
  • Performance time would be minimum 9 minutes and maximum 12 minutes. Further 1.5 minutes are provided to set-up the stage prior to the performance (if required) also the teams need to mention it before- hand to the coordinators and 0.5 minutes to clear the stage after the performance. Points will be deducted for exceeding the time limit.
  • One person per team should be there to manage the soundtrack and one for the lights. No supporting staff will be provided by us.
  • Emphasis will be given to clothing, walking style, originality, attitude and representation of the theme.
  • No props and costumes will be provided by us. Teams have to bring their own costumes and props.
  • Use of materials like candles, matches, cigarettes, alcohol and any other hazardous material on stage is prohibited. Teams are required to contact coordinators before using such materials.
  • Two copies of soundtrack should be submitted in advance of standard audio format .wav or .mp3 of sound quality 192kbps or above to coordinators (in pen drives only).
  • Vulgarity of any kind would lead to disqualification of team from the event. Hence if the team feels that any stunt of costume design can be deemed as vulgar, it is strongly advised to consult the coordinators then performing it directly on stage.
  • The decision of the judges and the coordinating committee will be final and binding.
  • It is imperative that all team members must possess a valid college id which must be presented at the time of registration. However, makeup artist could be a hired professional.
  • A green room would be provided for changing purpose.
  • No make-up artist will be provided. Teams will have to arrange one for themselves.
  • coordinator

      SURAJ SURESH(2016UGME001)
      contact: 8921446731

    Joint coordinator

      NIPURN JAIN(2017UGPI017)
      contact:7990027827
      AKSHANSH SINGH(2017UGEC053R)
      contact: 7781031677

    PRIZES WORTH: 65K

    Best Designer Prize: 5k

    VOCALS (ROOH)

    CULFEST IDOL

    Description

    Admirer of the rich folk culture and music? Don’t feel lost in this rock and jazz buzzing western environment because here is your chance to win the day. Participate in this event and tune the audience to your strings. Give everyone a glimpse of the Kishore Da or the Lata Mangeshkar hidden inside you.

    Rules

    prelims

  • Participants can sing eastern songs of any genre (preferably Hindi).
  • Maximum time allotted is 3 minutes.
  • Participants should bring the karaoke tracks of their songs. However, it is optional for the prelims round.
  • Participants can perform only with or without karaoke in prelims round. No instruments are allowed.
  • Marks shall be deducted if time limit is exceeded.
  • finals

  • The participants, selected in the prelims round, will move on to the finals where they will have to come prepared with a different song of their choice.
  • They will need to carry proper karaoke tracks for their performances (compulsory).
  • The time limit should not exceed 5 minutes for each performance.
  • Marks will be deducted for exceeding the time limit.
  • The decision of the judges will be final and binding.
  • coordinator

      SOMNATH MIRDHA (2016UGCS029)
      contact:8789363482

    Joint coordinator

      PIYUSH RANJAN(2017UGCS007)
      contact:8102790193

    PRIZES WORTH: 4.8K

    VOCALS (ROOH)

    THE VOICE

    Description

    “Ah! Music, a magic beyond all we do here”, says Dumbledore in Harry Potter & the Philosopher’s Stone. Music knows no boundary. It moves people of all culture, language and origin. Music is freedom. This Culfest’18, come and manumit yourself with the world ruled by the likes of Madonna, Eminem, Taylor Swift and others. Western Vocals is a solo singing competition. Participants will be judged on their vocal skills, performance and the choice of song among other criterions. A participant may or may not include karaoke in their songs.

    Rules

    prlims

  • This competition is open to any western jam based individual performance.
  • Participants are required to get their own karaoke tracks to accompany them in their songs. (Optional for prelims round).
  • Participants can perform only with or without karaoke in prelims round. No instruments are allowed.
  • Time limit should not exceed 5 minutes for each performance.
  • finals

  • Participants selected in the Prelims round will move on to the finals where they have to come prepared with a different song of their choice.
  • They need to carry proper karaoke tracks for their performances (compulsory).
  • Participants are allowed to sing along while playing their own instrument(s) but only their singing will be taken into account for judgement.
  • Time limit should not exceed 5 minutes for each performance.
  • Marks will be deducted for exceeding the time limit. 6. The decision of the judges will be final and binding.
  • coordinator

      PRATEEKSHA RAJWAR(2016UGEE009)
      contact:7779872918

    Joint coordinator

      AMAN RAJ(2017UGME031)
      contact:9973988973

    PRIZES WORTH: 4.8K

    VOCALS (ROOH)

    Duets

    Description

    To sing a duet means to share with someone both the pleasure and responsibility of making music. One skillful singer on stage is great, but two soloists performing can be quirky, romantic and a treat to the senses. CULFEST’18 brings you the opportunity to perform a duet and create a melody like never before. Be it a sweet mesmerizing ghazal or a scintillating bright qawwali; be it folk or filmi; in a nutshell be it any genre of music; you can showcase your song on our platform. So, here's a chance to prove yourself, say the Bobbsey's twins, birds of a feather or peas in a pod of euphonic music, provide a treat to the ears of the audience and reach the zenith to win the event!

    Rules

    prlims

  • The participating teams will be judged on their co-ordination, presentation, distribution of lyrics and their ‘surtaal’
  • Two Participants (girl-girl/boy-boy/girl-boy) are required to give a performance together.
  • You should bring the karaoke tracks for your songs.(optional for prelims) Maximum time limit is 5 minutes per performance.
  • finals

  • Selected participants will move on to the final round where they have to sing a different song of their choice.
  • Maximum time limit is 7 minutes per performance.
  • Karaoke tracks are compulsory.
  • Musical Instruments are NOT ALLOWED.
  • The decision of the judges will be final and binding.
  • coordinator

      RISHABH DOSHI(2016UGCS012R)
      contact:9327526244

    Joint coordinator

      ASHWANI KUMAR (2017UGEC014R)
      contact:7274801371

    PRIZES WORTH: 9K

    VOCALS

    Unplugged

    Description

    And the night shall be filled with music, And the cares that infest the day, Shall fold their tents like the Arabs, And as silently steal away.

    Music is peace, thought, wisdom. Music is forever. If music soothes and softens your soul as well, if you are gifted with melodious voice and skilfully plays any musical instrument as well, then Unplugged is the perfect platform for you. Unplugged is a solo competition in Culfest’19. Let your voice and instrument do the magic and mesmerise everyone.

    Rules

  • Participants can sing any song of any language and genre with an instrument(instrument is compulsory) or can perform musical piece on an instrument.
  • Maximum time limit: 5 minutes.
  • Participants should bring the instrument required for their performance.( karaoke not allowed).
  • Participants are allowed to play along with their own instruments. Their singing and instrumentation skills will be taken into account for judgement. If any participant is performing only on instrument then the judging criteria will be solely based on instrumental skills.
  • Marks shall be deducted if time limit is exceeded or for violation of any rule. The decision of judges will be final and binding.
  • The judges will critique the contestant’s performance based on the choice of song, presentation, vocal and instrumentation skills.
  • Performer needs to perform using a single instrument.
  • coordinator

      PRASHANT KRISHNA(2016UGCS020)
      contact: 7004163380

    Joint coordinator

      SANTANU DAS(2017UGMM009)
      contact:7003798241
      LABANI SARKAR (2017UGCS061R)
      contact: 8918185085

    PRIZES WORTH: 4K

    VOCALS

    Battle of Bands

    Description

    “The true beauty of music is that it connects people. It carries a message, and we, the musicians, are the messengers.” - Ron Ayers If you have a message that can stir the mass into unison, wait no more because Culfest’19 brings you, just the dais you need. Battle of Band provides you with the opportunity of presenting your own idea of band music and, displaying your talent like never before. Let the audience have a taste of your creation and leave them craving for more. Practice like you have never won. Perform like you have never lost. Don’t keep calm, set the stage on fire and the crowd up roaring. Note: Register before 12th February for this event. A maximum of 10 teams are allowed.

    Rules

    Prelims

  • 1 The band must have a minimum of 3 members and a maximum of 8 members.
  • 2 The time limit for the performance, including the time allotted for sound check, is 15 minutes(Stage in & Stage out).
  • 3 The teams are free to perform 2 songs (One English + One Hindi/Regional).
  • Note: Language is not a constraint for music. Songs in English, Hindi or any other regional language are most welcomed. Versatility will give you extra edge over your opponents.
  • 4 The band must have at least one guitarist, one bassist and a drummer.
  • 5 Decision of the judges will be final and binding.
  • finals

  • 1 The band must have a minimum of 3 members and a maximum of 8 members.
  • 2 The time limit for the performance, including the time allotted for sound check, is 25 minutes. Negative Marking will be there for exceeding time limit.
  • 3 The teams must perform 3 songs: Two Original Composition and One Cover of any eastern/western song.
  • 4 The band must have at least one guitarist, one bassist and a drummer.
  • 5 Decision of the judge will be final and any team violating the rules will be disqualified.
  • coordinator

      ANUKUL GAURAV(2016UGEC030)
      contact: 8210587745

    Joint coordinator

      SIMANT(2017PGCACA13)
      contact:8051223209
      HARSHAL DESAI(2017UGCS086)
      contact: 9767293762

    PRIZES WORTH: 36K

    Informals

    Antakshri

    Description

    from ed sheeran to Arijit Singh... from justin Beiber tp Atif Aslam... Everyone is fair coz this is antakshari... so people show your love for songs, music and the lyrics too... The "ANTAKSHARI" is aWaiting you

  • Co-ordinator: Shalini Sinha
  • Joint Co-ordinator: Nikita Smiriti Lugun
  • Event Duration: 3 Hours
  • Requirements are A4 size sheets(approx 100) and pens and laptop
  • Event to be held on Day 2 (Afternoon Session)
  • Paper Dance

    Description

    with perfect ed sheeran music setting up the mood its time to pick your love as close as you can .. balance is the chemistry behind a health bond .. it is your time to test urs... here we give you "paper dance"

  • Co-ordinator: Harshit Saini
  • Event Duration: 3 Hours
  • Requirements: Newspaper (Jitna ho jaaye), Laptop
  • Event to be held on Day 1 (Afternoon Session)
  • Blind Date

    Description

    All the guys and gals there, with the valentine's week approaching... you all must be searching for a partner... so, here we have something interesting for you all... "BLIND DATE". Come and start your hunt for the most suitable date...!

  • Co-ordinator: Harshit Saini
  • Event Duration: 3 Hours
  • Requirements: A4 Sheet(200 piece), Balloon, Laptop
  • Event to be held on Day 3 (Afternoon Session)
  • PUBG Mobile

  • Co-ordinator: Amit Bahir
  • Event Duration: 2 Hours
  • Requirements: Room Cards(PUBG), Benches, Chairs
  • Event to be held on All the Days (Morning Session
  • Rules: Teams will be judged on their no. of kills as well as their ranks(50% consideration of each)
  • Core Team can participate too!
  • MY WAY OR HIGHWAY

    Description

    The game has to be played in groups of two. Get hooked on to Pillow Fighting when you're told, the winner has to choose a dare for the loser. If the loser completes the dare, he advances to the next round or else the other team gets the advantage. So come show up at the informal arena and win exciting prizes!

    Rules:

  • Registrations are to be done individually 1.5 hours before the event's scheduled time.
  • Participants should carry with them their Culfest Registration slip.
  • The game will be played in groups.Two pillows will be passed among the players while the music plays.When the music stops,the two players holding the pillows will Pillow Fight.The winner will choose from a set of dares which he/she thinks is most difficult for the loser.If the loser performs the dare successfully, he/she will advance further.
  • If anyone reveals the dares to any participants, then it will lead to their disqualification immediately.
  • No,there will be no such dare like proposing your crush or kissing them. It's a real life dare, be a sport and go complete it on your own
  • Contact:
  • Harshit(9471501123)
  • Shivam(6204723672)
  • Shivansh(7564023748)
  • Vikrant(8340139745)
  • Mohit(9113541136)
  • Prashant(6387526520)
  • QuNITe

    Theme Quiz

    Description

    Reminiscence the wonders of past and traverse through the annals of time to the glorious era of antiquity. The theme quiz will take you on a hopping ride to the bygone centuries leaving you with a sense of awe and astonishment. Fasten your seatbelts and enjoy the ride.

    Rules

  • 1 Team of 2
  • 2 Cross college or school teams are not allowed
  • 3 Written prelims followed by finals
  • 4 Quizmaster's decision would be final at all circumstances
  • coordinator

      Ujjwal Gupta (2016UGEC012)
      contact:7979886735

    Joint coordinator

      Pranav Kumar singh ( 2017UGME025 )
      contact:7764042620

    PRIZES WORTH: 15K

    QuNITe

    SpEnt Quiz

    Description

    The SpEnt Quiz is the amalgamation of the most sought after genres of Quizzing- Sports and the Engaging World of Entertainment. It’s the perfect stage to showcase your wide knowledge of trivia ranging from the feats in the sporting world to the works of your favourite pop star . Get. Set. Quiz.

    Rules

  • 1 Team of 2
  • 2 Cross college or school teams are not allowed
  • 3 Written prelims followed by finals
  • 4 Quizmaster's decision would be final at all circumstances
  • coordinator

      Abhishek Singh (2016UGCS041)
      Contact no.: 8580150664

    Joint coordinator

      Mayank Mallick ( 2017UGCS080 )
      9650917865

    PRIZES WORTH: 9K

    QuNITe

    BizTech Quiz

    Description

    Business and Technology are the two ever changing facets of the 21st century. From the world of brand logos to the making of Tech giants, the quiz will cover it all. So put on your thinking Hats and be ready to be enthralled.

    Rules

  • 1 Team of 2
  • 2 Cross college or school teams are not allowed
  • 3 Written prelims followed by finals
  • 4 Quizmaster's decision would be final at all circumstances
  • coordinator

      Piyush ( 2016UGMM005 )
      Contact: 8651628740

    Joint coordinator

      Shitanshu Kumar (2017UGCE097)
      contact:7908377898

    PRIZES WORTH: 9K

    QuNITe

    India Quiz

    Description

    If you think you know your country then think again because this quiz will challenge your knowledge about India. India quiz is a small attempt to capture the spirit of India which lies in its varied land and people

    Rules

  • 1 Team of 2
  • 2 Cross college or school teams are not allowed
  • 3 Written prelims followed by finals
  • 4 Quizmaster's decision would be final at all circumstances
  • coordinator

      Akash Jha ( 2016UGMM031 )
      Contact: 9097670851

    Joint coordinator

      SHANTANU KUMAR (2017UGCS073)
      contact:8210870024

    PRIZES WORTH: 9K

    LITERARY

    POTPOURRI (HINDI & ENGLISH)

    Description

    “Potpourri” refers to “a miscellaneous or diverse set of things”. Add to it a spicy twist of literature and voila! You have successfully cooked your way through this extravaganza event. Welcome to the event that has everything for everyone: be it a casual reader solving trivial puzzles, or a lover of the arts taking delight in the romance between language and entertainment. Be prepared for a marathon of word and vocabulary games that test not only your wits but your presence of mind as well in a time pressed environment.

    Rules

  • Number of Events ( 2): English Potpourri and Hindi Potpourri
  • Participants are required to participate in teams of 2.
  • Prelims round will be a written round.
  • Teams qualifying the prelims make it to the final rounds
  • coordinators

      Shubham Gaurav (Hindi Potpourri ) (2016UGEE069)
      Contact: 9155677552 and 7903544151
      Aparajita Srivastava (English Potpourri )
      Contact: 9113785949

    Joint coordinators

      Anjali Dubey ( English potpourri)
      contact:7980768740
      Mrinal singh( Hindi potpourri)
      contact:7260862275

    PRIZES WORTH: 6.5K

    LITERARY

    JAM

    Description

    Grammar Nazis! In a world with ever increasing usage of slang an incorrect grammar, we share your concern for the English language, and understand the importance of maintaining the language in it’s untouched form. So here’s an opportunity to show the world how it’s done. A-Minute (or JAM) is an all-round-fun event that is all about the control of the mind over the mouth. Can you make it through sixty seconds of non-stop talking without hesitation, repetition, or deviation? Or will the sheer pressure make you crumble and have your competitors pounce on you in an instant? It is a fun filled literary event where the participants have to speak on the given topic for a maximum of 1 minute. While speaking, they cannot make certain errors. If any one of the fellow participant spots an error while participant is speaking, he/she can clap and point out the error for which they will be rewarded points. Points are also awarded for the time span for which a participant speaks. So fill that unforgiving minute with sixty seconds worth of impeccable English and you would be the winner.

    Rules

      The errors which will be considered are
  • Plagiarism
  • Queen’s English
  • Standard format
  • Late start
  • Early start
  • Gesticulation
  • Over dramatization
  • Post qualification
  • Beating around the bush
  • Grammatical error
  • coordinator

      2016UGCS005
      Contact:9612913357

    Joint coordinator

      Kunal (2017UGMM043)
      contact:9113156369

    PRIZES WORTH: 6.5K

    Literary

    Journalism

    Description

    “Anybody can be a journalist. There are opportunities for all of us to contribute to stories “. If you’re an intellectually curious person— let’s assume that you are—you are likely to have embraced a number of notions about how the world works, how it should work and who should be running it. There should be no strings attached to your opinions, no one asking you to tone it down, and nobody that really wishes you to just shut the hell up and report just the fluffy pieces.

    Rules

  • There will be two rounds in Journalism: Prelims and Finals. A maximum of 8 teams will be shortlisted for the finals.
  • prelims

  • A minimum of 2 and maximum of 3 members are allowed in the team.
  • All the teams have to submit a write-up as their Prelims entry. Word limit is 250 words.
  • The abstract must be mailed to lds1968nitjsr@gmail.com by 13th February(12 noon).
  • The write up can be either in Hindi or English. You will have to stick to one language throughout the competition, i.e. if you get selected for the finals, the reporting has to be done in the language you chose in prelims.
  • Finals

  • Any team member should not be replaced.
  • The mode of communication/reporting has to be the same as that chosen in Prelims.
  • Every team will be allotted the equipment for 30 minutes each day.
  • The events to be covered shall be chosen by the team
  • The events to be covered shall be chosen by the team.
  • The teams need to cover the festival in a way that they may find suitable. They may take interviews as well and/or report about the ongoing events.
  • The reporting has to be done of the events taking place between 9am-5pm. Main-stage reporting is not allowed.
  • All the video clippings, separated day wise must be submitted to the coordinator before 6 pm on .... Basic video editing is allowed.
  • The camera will be allotted to the teams in the respective slots provided to them. Teams are requested to report on time. Any excuse for the delay will not be entertained.
  • The finals entry should include video clippings plus a proper report covering the 3 days activities. • No obscenity and no inappropriate behavior will be entertained in the video.
  • The equipment must be handled carefully. Any damage caused to the equipment will be penalized. • Decision of the judge will be binding and final for all and any team violating the rules will be disqualifie
  • coordinator

      Prashant Krishna (2016UGCS020)
      contact: 7004163380

    Joint coordinator

      Akash Kumar ( 2017UGMM005)
      contact:7717754187/ 8580013648

    PRIZES WORTH: 18K

    Literary

    policy Debate

    Description

    “It is better to debate a question without settling it than to settle a question without debating it”. While the pen might be mightier than the sword, it is observed that when words get a tongue they shake mountains. So, Mademoiselles and Messieurs, here’s your opportunity to move mountains with your thoughts and ideas. Iron out the kinks in your throat as you prepare to shine on stage with the only armory being your voice. Protect your opinion when the war is waged; it might as well be the only thing by your side. Confound your opponents and convince your audience. If you think stage-fright could get the better of you, overpower it with your confidence. The greatest battle of words and wits is here.

    Rules

  • There will be two rounds in Journalism: Prelims and Finals. A maximum of 8 teams will be shortlisted for the finals.
  • prelims

  • The participants need to form a team of two members. Single person entry will be disqualified.
  • An abstract must be submitted on the given topic for preliminary screening. The topic will be uploaded soon.
  • The length of the abstract must not exceed 400 words.
  • The contact details must be properly mentioned.
  • The abstract must be mailed to lds1968nitjsr@gmail.com by 13th February.
  • Finals

  • In the finals, each team will be competing against one another for a total sum of 12 minutes. • Each pair of teams will be given a separate topic.
  • The organizers will be deciding which team will be for or against the motion. The decision will be binding.
  • Of the total time allotted the time division will be as follows: - Participant A, Team 1: 3 minutes. Participant A, Team 2: 3 minutes. Participant B, Team 1: 3 minutes. Participant B, Team 2: 3 minutes. Rebuttal: 3 minutes.
  • Rebuttal can come from the judges, opponent teams or the audience.
  • coordinator

      Arjun sanjay kumar Goyal (2016UGME074)
      contact: 9825113966

    Joint coordinator

      Abhishek Jha(2017UGEC009R)
      contact:9599699843

    PRIZES WORTH: 9K

    LITERARY

    SSMQ

    Description

    “ Trust yourself, you know more than you think you do”. Culfest’19 brings to you the mother of all quizzes-the SSMQ- with questions from every topic under the sun. Be sure to exercise your brain to its limit and surprise many, including yourself. This is where the best minds compete for glory. It’s not just about knowledge, but also about thinking differently, getting the timing right, and of course, having a little bit of luck on your side! So if you think you’ve got what it takes to make a mark, then do come and be a part of this grand event.

    Rules

  • A team should consist of 2 members.
  • There will be total 8 teams in the Onsite Finals.
  • A written prelim round will be conducted to select the top 6 teams for the finals.
  • Decision of the quiz master will be binding and final for all and any team violating the rules will be disqualified.
  • coordinator

      Riya Mehta (2016UGEC015)
      contact:7209772585

    Joint coordinators

      Aditya Singh Gehlot (2017UGMM020)
      contact:9304161989

    PRIZES WORTH: 9K

    PHOCUS

    instant-o-graphy

    Description

    "Do you have an eye for something exceptional in the wildest of the places or to capture your vision in a frame and show it to the World? If you're willing to explore your passion for Photography and are ready for a challenge, this Event is for you. With 36-hours in your hands, the clock is ticking while you struggle to bring your imagination to life and compete for the best. "

    Rules

  • There is no Prelims round for entry into the contest
  • This is a solo or team event.The team can have a maximum of 2 members.
  • The photographs are to be taken relevant to the theme which will beprovided to you in the campus, at VSG arena, during 10:00 am-12:00 pm on 15-02-2019
  • Three themes have to be chosen at random, out of which [two] are to beselected by a team.
  • The photographs must be taken during the Culfest’19 period and they mustcontain proper EXIF data (date time on which the photo was taken,embedded in the file).
  • General Image Retouching (adjustments of Exposure, Contrast, Cropping, etc.)and Color Correction is permitted
  • Image Manipulation as Graphic-Alteration is not allowed
  • Submission Deadline: 11:59 pm on 15-02-2019.
  • The Results are most likely to be announced on 16-02-2019 on theCulfest's Facebook Page.
  • coordinator

      Sanay Dev(2016UGCS048)
      contact:7903197762,

    Joint coordinators

      Lakhan Mardi(2017UGCS018)
      contact:7782891819

    PRIZES WORTH: 5K

    PHOCUS

    48 hours

    Description

    "You are a Youtube Star with 10.9M followers. You just tweeted on what video should you make next. The fans poured in a few of the suggestions and you pick up the top re-tweeted suggestion. You post videos every Friday and it's already Wednesday Hurry Up! You've just got 48 hours for the fan requests. As a Youtuber, your fans are everything, every single penny you earn through AdSense is the sincerity you have put in your works. The better the content, the larger your fandom grows! So, get-on with your ideas! Tick-Tock! Tick-Tock!",

    Rules

  • There is no Prelims round for entry into the contest
  • This is a team event. The team can have a maximum representation of 3 members.
  • The themes shall be posted on the Facebook Page/Website of Culfest at 10:00am on the first day of the fest.
  • The video must be submitted at 10:00 am on the final day of fest.
  • Use of DSLRs for recording the videos should be preferred, but a betterquality smartphone camera is also recommended.
  • Genre of the video shall be based on your own interpretations.
  • The video should include the Team Name and the Title as the opening credits.
  • Video length limit is 5 minutes including credits.
  • coordinator

      Purushottam Kumar(2016UGME042)
      contact:9097784035

    Joint coordinators

      Gautam Kuber(2017UGEC018R)
      contact:8709939789

    PRIZES WORTH: 5K