Event Rules

Day 1 – November 22, 2019

Inaugural
Jaipuria Debate

It’s time for Contradictors – The Debate! This event will encourage participants to delve deep in their mind, soul, and expose their knack of extrapolation, verbal manipulation and witty maxims.

The rules and regulations are:
  • Two teams can come from an institute. One team will consist of 2 members, one speaking for the motion and the other against.
  • The topic for debate will be THE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY OF BUSINESS IS TO INCREASE PROFIT BY MILLON FRIED MAN
  • Students will be allowed to speak for up to 3 minutes on the topics. There will be a warning bell after 2 minutes and the student must complete within the next one minute.
  • The debate will be evaluated by a panel of judges on the basis of content, presentation and language.
  • If the number of participants is more, then an elimination round would also be there which would consist of an extempore for 2 minutes.
  • Medium of delivery should be English.

The judges will be evaluating the participants on content & citation of examples, style & delivery, logical conclusion, language and finally, time management.

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE EVENT

  • The winners and runner-up will also be awarded Trophies and Certificates
  • The certificate of participation will be awarded to all the participants

Coordinators: Rishabh Gupta 9001452266,, Kratika Sharma 8209339909

Co-coordinators: Priya Sharma, Jatin Hathiyani, Shilpi Sharma, Ketan Roongta, Harshwardhan Singh Kachhawa, Radhika Lahoti

Snatch UP – Photography

The world just does not fit conveniently into the format of a 35mm camera ~ Quoted by famous photographer: W. Eugene Smith

So let’s explore the world and capture your thoughts & ideas in your camera… let your pictures talk!

Capture the moment that makes your heart skip a beat at Abhyudaya 2019 and let us know why you feel the same.

The rules and regulations are as follows:
  • Individual entries are to be submitted.
  • You have to bring your own digital camera & capture the moments.
  • Theme for shoot is events on Day -1 & 2 of Abhyudaya.
  • Participants are required to submit minimum 10 photographs with the photo titles & description for photograph in 20 words.
  • You can participate separately for day 1 & 2 events, so each individual can participate in competition twice.
  • Day 1 photographs are to be submitted by 5 PM on November 22, 2019 .
  • Decision of snatch up team shall be final & binding.
  • Submitted photographs will be property of Abhyudaya team, and can be used for promotional purpose.

The jury will be evaluating the participants on the parameters – visual & aesthetic appeal, content, general characteristics, technical criteria and viewer’s response.

So let’s get glam!

Coordinators: Mohit Kumar Sharma 7016809508, Krati Saxena 9001509671, Arpit Parwal 8875666655

Co-Coordinators: Ankit Khandelwal, Jagjeet Singh, Vaibhav Dadhich, Narender Kumar

Khojo to Jaane - Treasure Hunt

If you are clever enough to decode the codes and finds it interesting, then this one is meant just for you. Under “Treasure Hunt”, the contestants would be required to find out a particular book out of huge collection in college library, based on certain clues provided to them on spot. The book, being searched for, could be a part of the exhibition or lined up in any of the library shelf. The rules and regulations are as follows:

  • Area- Ground floor of Institute.
  • Team Strength- three members in each team
  • Team work- members are supposed to stay together during entire game. Splitting would lead to elimination.
  • Penalty- any damage to the Institute property would result to the payback value of the damaged property.
  • Unfair means- unfair means such as: external help, tampering of other team’s clues, interrupting other teams, etc. would also result to the elimination.

Coordinators: Yashvardhan Singh Rathore 7073492509, Shashank Shekhar Singh 7218681800, Tejas Gupta 8866722556, Sonali Gupta 9783929662

Co-Coordinators: Karishma Jasotani, Luv Luhadia, Bharti Govindani, Bhaswati Saha, Gajju Kanwar, Nibisha Sarma, Hari Singh Chandrawat, Neha Jain, Shivanshu Dadich, Vinisha Jain

Alpana – Rangoli

It’s time to show your artistic skills with colors. Let’s make the floor, your canvas and your hands brush, and let your creativity flow on the floor with alluring colors!

Rangoli is like a poetry that is seen rather than felt.It is an art, which proves that expression is not bound to anything. One only needs imagination and the art of speaking it through colors.

Now here are the rules and regulations:
  • Each team should comprise of maximum three participants.
  • Maximum 2 teams can participate from one institution.
  • The colors of Rangoli, as well as any other material, if required, must be brought by the participants
  • The maximum time allotted for each team would be 45 minutes.
  • Rangoli will be theme based and the theme will be announced each on the spot.
  • The Area of the Rangoli per team will be 2.0× 2.0 ft.
  • Only participants will be allowed to enter into the venue during the preparation of Rangoli.
  • No mobile phone, or design means can be used during the Rangoli, and decision of jury shall be final & binding.
  • Describe its relevance to the theme.

The jury will be evaluating the participants on the parameters – concept, creativity, visual appeal, presentation, and relevance to theme.

Coordinators: Riya Khandelwal 7891788882, Prashant Lowe 9929273279

Co-Coordinators: Vidushi Bhandari, Vidhi Jain, Susmita Sena Rajkumari, Upasana Das

Colored expressions – Face Painting

This is the platform for you to speak up your heart by face painting. Let your imagination sore high and leave winning impression on others.

There will be 3 categories of Face Painting:
  • Tattoo or Cheek Art where the design must be small enough to fit on the cheek or the hand. Time limit – 15 minutes
  • Full Face – where at least 75% or 3 of the 4 facial quadrants must be painted. Time limit – 25 minutes
  • Creative – where anything goes including glitter, jewels, feathers or other embellishments. Time limit - 30 minutes
Rules and Regulations:
  • Contestants must furnish their own model and own supplies. (Basic material will be provided)
  • All painting must be free hand; no stamps or stencils, and will be done with brushes and sponges.
  • Glitter, jewels, feathers, and other embellishments are not permitted in the cheek art or full face category but are permitted in the creative category only.
  • Contestants may enter one or more categories.
  • The decision of jury members shall be final & binding.

The jury will be evaluating the participants on the parameters – concept, creativity, presentation, relevance to theme and description.

Coordinators: Laveen Pahujha 7087004434, Samridhi Kabra 9414987740

Co-Coordinators: Akansha Joshi, Shruti Singh, Sakshi Agarwal, Simran Sahni, Muskan Garg

Vantage – Ad Mad Show

“Act that defines creativity”

Our next event is Vantage – The Ad Mad Show! Ad mad show is the platform for you to showcase your creativity by designing some good ads and jingles.

The Participants will be shown a commercial. They have to analyze it, and can either enact the same visual or after taking the cognizance could come up with their own innovative ideas to tuck up the audience!

The rules and regulations are as follow:

  • There can be maximum 2 teams participating from one institute.
  • Each team will comprise of 4 members.
  • The entire show would comprise of two rounds. First round which is the elimination round would test team’s business acumen (visual round) and the second round will be the “Ad-Enactment” round.
  • In the enactment round teams would be given a product and then they will be assigned 15 minutes to think it over. After 15 minutes, teams will have to come up with a 1-1.5 minute commercial, a jingle, a logo and a punch line of the product.
  • The decision of the judges will be final and binding on all participants.

The jury will be evaluating the participants on the parameters – product USP, creativity, presentation, and relevance to theme and ad appeal.

Let your thoughts flow and create the magic that captures the audience!

Coordinators: Sourabh Gupta 9928744496, Ashima Agarwal 9001788515, Chirayu Jhalani 9782373643

Co-Coordinators: Gavish Arora, Anirudh Gupta, Shahzar Khan, Aarushi Sharma, Mahima Jain, Ayushi Khandelwal, Astha Jain, Neha Totla

Stock Stunters - Beta

Beta provides a virtual scenario of investment in the stock market where those with dexterous investment skills matching with risk bearing will make it to zenith. It’s basically the playground for finance wizards and sorcerers!

The rules and regulations are :

  • Each team should comprise of two members.
  • A virtual trading environment of the stock market will be provided, wherein the team maximizing the profits will be the winners.
  • All teams are required preferably to carry a laptop with MS Excel 2007 or above version of software installed in it.

Coordinators: Gaurav Ajmera 9571869525, Harshil Badgoti 9024892414, Simran Gurejani 6377459949

Co-Coordinators: Cherry Patni, Pallabi Singha, Jwngma Basumatary, Kuldeep Kumawat, Himanshu Agrawal, Justin Raj, Priyanshi Khandelwal, Chhavi Gupta

Innovation - Best out of Waste

Participants are supposed to make anything to their creativity from the the waste products given to them….. We will be providing them with waste material like cd,dvds, cardboards, sheets, pens, pencils, markers, a box of waste products etc from which they need to make any 3D model without copying from others.

Rules and Regulations:
  • Participants cannot bring their own waste products. Everything will be provided to them by Jaipuria, Jaipur.
  • Participants cannot copy from other participants.
  • Participants in a team of 3-4 people.
  • Each college can have one team.
  • Time Limit: 60 Minutes.
  • Maximum 15 teams base on first come first.
  • The judge’s decision will be final and cannot be questioned or challenged.

Coordinators: Avinash Panwar 9571412412, Rutrika Soni 9116888343, Reshma Bhagnani 7822868858

Co-Coordinators: Arpita Dashora, Saloni Sharma, Bharat Singh Rathore, Aakanksha Kalra, Nisha Kanwar, Rhythm Sharma

Soul Render – Solo Singing

“I started singing about three years ago; I entered a local singing competition called Stratford Idol. The other people in the competition had been taking singing lessons and had vocal coaches. I wasn't taking it too seriously at the time, I would just sing around the house. I was only 12 and I got second place,” said - Justin Bieber.

Music is the greatest communication in the world. Even if people don't understand the language that you're singing in, they still understand good music when they hear it.

Rules and Regulations
  • It will be a solo performance.
  • Two candidates can participate from an institute for solo performance.
  • Candidates cannot carry their musical instruments
  • There will be two rounds.
Round 1:
  • Participants would be given a song on the spot, which they have to pick from bowl on random basis.
  • Every individual would be given three chances to pick up the song in case if he/she is not comfortable with the song picked previously.
  • Every participant has to sing for a maximum duration of 90 seconds.
  • This could be an elimination round, depends on number of entries.
Round 2:
  • This round gives finalists liberty to sing any song of their choice.
  • Every participant has to sing for a maximum duration of 3 minutes.

The jury will be evaluating the participants on the parameters – voice quality, pitch, rhythm, expression and overall performance.

Coordinators: Kritika Saini 8209634053, Kanwal Deep Singh 8384910735, Nikhil Sharma 7892755942

Co-Coordinators: Vinishka Kalra, Tanmay Gupta, Parul Kumari, Ankit Khandelwal, Sakshi Jain, Tejasvee Tandon, Aarushi Sharma, Luv Luhadia

Hot Stepper - Solo Dance

Dance is the hidden language of the soul. Many unspeakable thoughts could be expressed by this art.

There are various famous dance styles—such as salsa, ballet, jazz, hip-hop, lyrical, modern, and tap. The rule are: -

Rules and Regulations
  • Max. Two entries from an institute. Maximum number of team will be two from an institute. Music: Of the Team’s own choice.
  • Time limit will be maximum 3 minutes to perform.
  • Kindly submit your final song at least 1 day before the event or before 1 hour commencement of program & also bring your final edited music in a pen drive with you.
  • Nonworking of Pen drive is not institution’s responsibility.

Coordinators: Ravisha Shringi 8302637357, Aditya Bhatnagar 8368632992, Ajay Singh 7014601687, Komal Baid 8107630725

Co-Coordinators: Rashi Agarwalla, Aayush Agrawal, Himanshi Mathur, Montu Sharma, Yatri Bhut

Duet Dance

The rules and regulations are as follows:

  • Maximum number of team will be two from an institute.
  • Music: Of the Team’s own choice.
  • Duration of Performance: 3 minutes (Maximum).
  • Tempo: No restrictions.
  • Hold: The Majority of the performance must be in some kind of dance hold, couple wise.
  • Stage Props: hand and floor props are allowed
  • Kindly submit your final song at least 1 day before the event or prior one hour commencement of program & also bring your final edited music in a pen drive with you.
  • Nonworking of Pen drive is not institution’s responsibility.

Coordinator: Aditya Bhatnagar 8368632992, Ravisha Shringi 8302637357, Ajay Singh 7014601687, Komal Baid 8107630725

Co-Coordinators: Aayush Agarwal, Montu Sharma, Sagarika Khunteta, Yatri Bhut, Rashi Agarwalla

Musical Night- Open DJ

Music! Dance! Open for all to Rock the Floor!!!

It's just that when you heard hip-hop, no matter where you were, it was a culture that kind of made you want to try to be part of it. Whether you thought you were an artist, whether you thought you could be a DJ, whether you thought you could break dance, or whether you thought you could rap. It was the kind of culture that had a lot of open doors to rock and explores the floor.

Coordinators: Akhil Aggrawal 98780 66250, Komal Baid 8107630725, Siddharth Jain 9783841712, Pooja Shah 8426054918

Sub Coordinators: Nishtha Jain, Ainur Hussain, Rahul Patnaik, Vishal Mehra, Paridhi Patni, Parul Kumari, Deeptansh Sharma, Devansh Luhadia, Vaishali Singh, Anshul Mittal

Day 2- November 23, 2019

Snatch UP – Photography

The world just does not fit conveniently into the format of a 35mm camera ~ Quoted by famous photographer: W. Eugene Smith

So let’s explore the world and capture your thoughts & ideas in your camera… let your pictures talk!

Capture the moment that makes your heart skip a beat at Abhyudaya 2018 and let us know why you feel the same.

The rules and regulations are as follows:
  • This is the competition open for everyone.
  • Individual entries are to be submitted.
  • You have to bring your own digital camera & capture the moments.
  • Theme for shoot is events on Day -1 & 2 of Abhyudaya.
  • Participants are required to submit minimum 10 photographs with the photo titles & description for photograph in 20 words.
  • You can participate separately for day 1 & 2 events, so each individual can participate in competition twice.
  • Day 2 photographs are to be submitted by 1:30 PM on November 23, 2019.
  • Decision of snatch up team shall be final & binding.
  • Submitted photographs will be property of Abhyudaya team, and can be used for promotional purpose.

The jury will be evaluating the participants on the parameters – visual & aesthetic appeal, content, general characteristics, technical criteria and viewer’s response.

Coordinators: Mohit Kumar Sharma 7016809508, Krati Saxena 9001509671, Arpit Parwal 8875666655

Co-Coordinators: Ankit Khandelwal, Jagjeet Singh, Vaibhav Dadhich, Narender Kumar

Nukkad - Skit (Natak)

All teams have to enact a street play based on Social theme. Teams should keep in mind the topic/theme of the play and create their own script.

Rules and Regulations
  • Maximum number of members of the Team is limited to 15.
  • Teams should restrict their play in 10 mins time.
  • 8 mins – Warning Bell , 10mins – Final Bell
  • Teams exceeding the 10 mins Final Bell will attract negative marks.
  • Teams can use English / Hindi /Urdu as the language of their play.
  • The Competition will be conducted in a “Street” like open place and hence no microphones, Speakers, Music systems will be allowed or available. Teams can sing / dance by themselves to create the necessary music or sound.
  • Teams using any props / Costume / Dressing must bring all their requirements and must be ready well in time as per instructions of the organizer. No Props or costume or any material will be provided by the host college.
  • Teams must rehearse / practice the play well in advance. No Time for rehearsal / Stage practice / final rehearsal will be given during the fest.

Decision of Judges will be final and binding on all teams.

Coordinators: Anoushka Bhatia 9166743792, Shail Jaiswal 7310432115, Vishal Gaur 9929041247

Co-coordinators: Akansha Thakur, Vanya Sharma, Kuldeep Kumawat, Naman Jain, Anushka Soni

Entrepreneur – Business Plan

“To any entrepreneur: if you want to do it, do it now. If you don’t, you’re going to regret it.”

Steve Jobs once described himself as a "hopeless romantic" who just wanted to make a difference.

Thomas Edison. What do you say about the man who gave the world the electric light, the phonograph, talking motion pictures and more than 1,300 other patented inventions? That he was the world’s greatest inventor, certainly.  But he was also able to exploit the profit potential in his creations, an entrepreneurial bent that asserted itself when Edison was a teen-ager, printing a newspaper in the baggage car of a rolling train and then selling copies to passengers. His impact on the way people live was and is pervasive. As a combination of inventive genius and entrepreneurial flair, he stands alone.

And who hasn’t heard of Kiran Mazumdar Shaw, Indra Nooyi and Chanda Kochchar.

Apparently our next event is Entrepreneur – The Business Plan! This event is for those who want to test their own planning skills and at the same time compete with others to see what is in their planning kitty and where does your business acumen stand.

The participants should have their presentation ready and by now are expected to have a hard copy of B-plan.

Here are a few rules and regulations:
  • There can be maximum two teams from each college.
  • One team can consist of 2- 4 members.
  • B plan must include Executive summary, financials, operational, marketing plan & team details.
  • Total time for Final presentation will be 25 minutes (20 min for presentation and 5 min for Q & A).
  • The decision of the judges will be final and binding on all participants.

The participants will be judged on the basis of creativity, Originality of Idea, Financial feasibility, sustainability and presentation skills.

Outshine others with your business plan, and you never know, someone right now right here might just love your idea and you could be the next big name!

Coordinators: Shruti Gupta 8824789418, Suvidhi Jain 9636687999, Reshma Bhagwani 7822868858

Co-Coordinators: Tanmay Gupta, Pankaj Sen, Atishay jain, Shivani Tiwari, Prerna Bhuwalka, Roshni Sharma

Ingenuity – Collage Making

The term collage was derived from the French "colle" meaning "glue".

The genuine thoughts and virgin ideas with the right mix of creativity will help you make it to the zenith. So paste the created and explore the uncreated.

Here are the rules and regulations:
  • Each team should comprise of minimum two and maximum three members.
  • The basic material (newspapers/magazines/stationery) and chart paper would be provided by the institute.
  • No scissors and cutter would be allowed.
  • Participants have to prepare their collage based upon the theme to be given on the spot.
  • Total time allowed to preparation would be 45 minutes. The participants will be given 3 minutes to explain (communicate) their work to the judges.
  • Judges decision shall be final & binding.

The jury will be evaluating the participants on the parameters – concept, creativity/style, originality, relevance to theme and visual theme.

Coordinators: Vaibhav Chadha 9887788255, Shubham Kumar 8935945414

Co-Coordinators: Vinishka Kalra, Tanmay Gupta, Parul Kumari, Ankit Khandelwal, Sakshi Jain, Tejasvee Tandon, Aarushi Sharma, Luv Luhadia

Cookery Show – Cooking Skills

Cooking. Food. Pure Genius. Love to eat and to cook. Here are we to see your talent. Let’s eat to stay healthy, wealthy and wise.

Rules of the event are:
  • All materials need to be brought by the participant.
  • No gas, induction or any other electronic items can be used.
  • Each team can have only two members and two teams from each college can participate.
  • Time limit is 40 mins.
  • Only vegetarian items would be included.
  • No facility would be provided by the institute.
  • Serving for two has to be prepared.

Coordinators: Rakesh Soni 8963804455, Himanshu Sharma 7800528076, Ashita Rohiwal 9711334487, Akhil Aggarwal 9878066250

Co-Coordinators: Krishana Khatri, Jaishree Sanghi, Dishani Bukhmaria, Shreyansh Mathur, Rishabh Sharma, Shivam Tikkiwal, Harshit Jain, Aryan Singh, Abhishek Agarwal

Kuch is tarah – Brand Dumb Charades

We all have played dumb charades, with movies, movies and just movies. How about a move to brands!

As the name suggests Dumb Charades is essentially about "acting dumb". It has been said that in the land of the dumb, the man with a voice will be king. It is now time to prove them wrong. Silence will be heard.

Are you a master when it comes to brands? Find out with our next event – Kuch is tarah, the Brand Dumb Charades.

A few Rules and Regulations:
  • A team will comprise of two members who will play dumb charades with each other.
  • Two teams from one institute.
  • Brand name will be written on chits and team will pick one chit from it.
  • Only one person (Actor) comes in front to get a chit from the pool with a brand name.
  • Actor stands at least 5 feet away from partner & No sounds or lip movements are allowed. Actor cannot point to object or person to show something.
  • It consists of preliminary & final round.
  • The decision of the judges will be final and binding on all participants.

Let the actions speak.

Coordinators: Sristhi Paliwal 8319212627, Paras Dhankani 9149229443, Komal Baid 8107630725

Co-Coordinators: Akhil Jain, Kunal Jain, Niharika Sharma, Pooja Pareek, Pranchal Koolwal, Pushpa Gupta, Sakshi Khandelwal, Shipra Dwivedi, Tushar Rawat

Moving Feet - Group Dance

“You've gotta dance like there's nobody watching, Love like you'll never be hurt, Sing like there's nobody listening, And live like it's heaven on earth.” Dance is the hidden language of the soul. Many unspeakable thoughts could be expressed by this art.

There are various famous dance styles—such as salsa, ballet, jazz, hip-hop, lyrical, modern, and tap.

Rules and Regulations

  • Preliminary, in case participation number increases, screening round will be held, 3 minutes will be allotted for screening and Finalist will perform in competition.
  • Max. Two teams can participate from an institute.
  • Each team should comprise of minimum six and maximum twelve members.
  • The participants would be given maximum eight minutes for the performance.
  • The participants must report 30 min before at respective venue
  • Teams can use any props which are safe and acceptable.
  • Participants have to submit their songs in audio file latest by 2.00 PM at registration desk on 23rd November 2019. Participants are required to submit in Pen drive respectively (dance song has time limit up to 8 Minutes). Nonworking of Pen drive is not institution’s responsibility.
  • Decision of jury members shall be final & binding.
  • Time limit to perform dance is 8 minutes.

The jury will be evaluating the participants on the parameters – theme, creativity, and coordination, use of stage and costume & props.

Coordinators: Siddharth Jain 9783841712, Pooja Shah 8426054918, Vishal Gaur 9929041247, Ravisha Shringi 8302637357
Co-Coordinators: Aayush Agrawal, Rashi Agarwalla, Montu Sharma, Himanshi Mathur, Yatri Bhut

EXCITING CASH PRIZES AND GIFT HAMPERS FOR WINNERES

Musical Night- Open DJ

Music! Dance! Open for all to Rock the Floor!!!

It's just that when you heard hip-hop, no matter where you were, it was a culture that kind of made you want to try to be part of it. Whether you thought you were an artist, whether you thought you could be a DJ, whether you thought you could break dance, or whether you thought you could rap. It was the kind of culture that had a lot of open doors to rock and explores the floor.

Coordinators: Akhil Aggrawal 98780 66250, Komal Baid 8107630725, Siddharth Jain 9783841712, Pooja Shah 8426054918

Sub Coordinators: Nishtha Jain, Ainur Hussain, Rahul Patnaik, Vishal Mehra, Paridhi Patni, Parul Kumari, Deeptansh Sharma, Devansh Luhadia, Vaishali Singh, Anshul Mittal

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