Cambridge Foundation School
18th Brem Dutt Memorial Inter School Competition 2020
 

Dear Principal,

Productivity is never ever an accident. It is always the result of commitment to excellence, intelligent thoughtful planning and focused hard work. I feel humbly privileged in stating perhaps our greatest achievement is in the unbridled enthusiasm we have been able to engender among all participating Schools at the previous Annual BDMCs. We are now in the process of the build-up for rolling out the 18th BDMC. This year, the noticeable change is in view of the pandemic COVID-19. In doing our bit to address and mitigate the health crisis we are experiencing and may encounter in future, we are holding the event on-line. This is a challenge and equally an opportunity for children to be inventive and collaborative.

The overwhelming response during previous years has been a catalyst that has inspired us to hold this event with greater vigour to foster competition amongst our youth to bolster their trust and confidence in themselves. This initiative shall provide the participating Teams an engaging environment encompassing several competitive events ranging from contemporary challenges to the art and science of combating them. It will administer a dynamic opportunity for your young thoughtful doers to explore competitive spirits that trigger their analytical capabilities.

This is to request you to motivate your students to participate in the various events slated for 8th August, 2020 as per the details enclosed. Needless to mention, it will be a comprehensive and integrated experience.

You are requested to fill in and send the Participation Confirmation Form on or before 31st July 2020, after which you will be sent the Entry Form Links for the various events which have to be submitted on or before 4th August 2020.
 
Entries will not be accepted by any other mode.
 

 

Confirm your Participation – https://bit.ly/3980ugM

 
 

For any further clarification, you may please contact
Ms. Manju Daur @ 9818035357 or on manjudaur@cambridgefoundationschool.com
Or drop an email at 18bdmc2020@cambridgefoundationschool.com 
 

Warm Regards,
Dr. Anita Puri
Principal

  

Time Line

Confirmation of Participation (Link - https://bit.ly/3980ugM) 31st July 2020
   
Emailing of Entry Forms by Host School to Participating Schools 1st August 2020
   
Last of Date of Uploading of Event Material by Participating Schools 4th August 2020
   
Date of Conduct of Online Live Events 8th August 2020
   
Declaration of Results on the School Website 16th August 2020
   

Event Specific Time Line

In-Quiz-itive  
Last Date for Online Registration on Quizzing Platform 4th August 2020
Round 1 6th August 2020
Date of Online Live Quiz 8th August 2020
   
Not Everyone Has A Story  
Live Event 8th Augsut 2020
   
Masti Se Mastishk Tak  
Disclosure of Theme (Will be Sent to Participating Schools on their Registered Email) 1st August 2020

General Instructions

  • BDMC 2020 will be conducted through virtual mode.
  • Only one Entry per event will be accepted from each School.
  • For In-Quiz-itive maximum 5 participants from each School may Register.Repetition of a participant in more than one event is not permitted.
  • In case of Change in Name of the Participant(s) after submission the same must intimated latest by 4th August 2020.
  • Timely registration for the events would be appreciated.
  • Teacher in-charges of the event can be contacted for queries between 2pm & 6pm.
  • Plagiarism shall lead to disqualification of the entry.
  • All Video Files are to be submitted as Shared Links (without any restriction), accessible by anyone who has the Link. Any Link that fails to open will not be judged.
  • It is imperative to abide by the rules specified for each event.
  • DRESS CODE: White. Unless, a costume is a requirement of the Event.
  • There are 16 BDMC Events. In order to be eligible for the Rolling Trophy the School must participate in minimum 14 events.
  • The Winners shall be conferred with 1st, 2nd and 3rd positions.
  • If the host School wins the prize, it shall be passed on to the next winning team in order.
  • All participants will receive E-Certificates.
  • Disclosure of the Name of the School or the Participant in any form is not permitted and will definitely lead to disqualification.
  • The decision of the Judges shall be final and binding.
  • None of the Judges are employees of the School.
  • The Results will be posted on the School Website http://www.cambridgefoundationschool.com/18thbdmc2020.html  on 16th August 2020.

Events At A Glance

Clicking on the Event Name will link you to the Event Detail
Event In-Chargess may be contacted for any queries on any weekday between 2pm and 6pm

Category Event Event  In-Charge Contact Email Id
Nursery (3+) Rare Regalia Shweta Madan 9210327270 shwetamadaan@cambridgeworldschool.com
    Aditi Hakim 9205061566 aditihakim@cambridgeworldschool.com
         
Prep (4+) Fable on The Table Mandeep Kaur 8800684488 mandeepkaur@sheilaskidszone.in
    Shilpa Bathla 7838441412 shilpabathla@sheilaskidzone.in
         
Class I Kaolin Craft Gavneet Tandon 9999622058 gavneettandon@cambridgefoundationschool.com
    Ankita Kapoor 8527081599 ankitakapoor@cambridgefoundationschool.com
         
Class II Rectitude of Life Neelima Arora 9868174827 neelimaarora@cambridgefoundationschool.com
    Urvashi Sharma 9818112671 urvashisharma@cambridgefoundationschool.com
         
Class III Effluxion Divya Baijal 9899038286 divyabaijal@cambridgefoundationschool.com
    Sarabjeet Kaur 9910859063 sarabjeetkaur@cambridgefoundationschool.com
         
Class IV Not Everyone Has A Story Tanya Singh 9990751301 tanyasingh@cambridgefoundationschool.com
    Monika 9711024924 monika@cambridgefoundationschool.com
         
Class V Masti Se Mastishk Tak Nidhi Dhamija 9810256991 nidhidhamija@cambridgefoundationschool.com
    Pallavi Trikha 9811181344 pallavitrikha@cambridgefoundationschool.com
         
Class VI Symistry Rekha Ahuja 9582762959 rekhaahuja@cambridgefoundationschool.com
    Rakhi Khosla 9818661135 rakhikhosla@cambridgefoundationschool.com
         
Class VII Emotion Spectrum Mansi Gandotra 9899194344 mansigandotra@cambridgefoundationschool.com
    Swati Kaur 8800562757 swatikaur@cambridgefoundationschool.com
         
Class VIII भारतस्य गौरवम् Anamika Mishra 8826479419 anamikamishra@cambridgefoundationschool.com
    Monika Joshi 8471022088 monikajoshi@cambridgefoundationschool.com
         
Class VIII Chronicles Nanda Khanna 9811925351 nandakhanna@cambridgefoundationschool.com
    Nitika Sharma 9582821246 nitikasharma@cambridgefoundationschool.com
         
Class IX प्रबोधिनी Renu Dhingra 9810039047 renudhingra@cambridgefoundationschool.com
    Jyoti Rampal 9871811961 jyotirampal@cambridgefoundationschool.com
         
Class IX Substantial Array Vibha Prabhakar 9910073938 vibhaprabhakar@cambridgefoundationschool.com
    Uma Gandhi 9717714496 umagandhi@cambridgefoundationschool.com
         
Class X In-Quiz-itive Seema Kapoor 9810284847 seemakapoor@cambridgefoundationschool.com
    Manju Arora 9910606397 manjuarora@cambridgefoundationschool.com
         
Class XI Sonorous Parody Sonal Vij 9711604647 sonalvij@cambridgefoundationschool.com
    Pankaj Rajput 9873106097 pankajrajput@cambridgefoundationschool.com
         
Class XII Covid-O-Nomics Seema Khetrapal 9810355812 seemakhetrapal@cambridgefoundationschool.com
    Parwinder Kaur 9582463339 parwinderkaur@cambridgefoundationschool.com

Rare Regalia

Theme Portray a Futuristic Vehicle
Category Nursery (3+)
Participants 1
Mode of Submission Video - Unrestricted Shared Link
Duration of Video 2 min. Max.
File Upload Restriction Video (.Mp4 only) max size 500 Mb
Language English
Event In-Charges Shweta Madan
  9210327270
  shwetamadaan@cambridgeworldschool.com
  Aditi Hakim
  9205061566
  aditihakim@cambridgeworldschool.com
Rules and Guidelines
  1. The participant to dress up as a futuristic Motor Vehicle.
  2. The Vehicle should be compatible for metropolitan cities and environment friendly.
  3. The participant to speak a few lines about the Vehicle in English.
  4. Costumes must be creative.
  5. Two manageable props are permitted.
  6. The Vehicle should be given an Interesting Original Name.
Judgement Criteria
  • Creativity
  • Costume
  • Oratory Skills
  • Apt Vehicle Name
  • Overall Presentation

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Fable On The Table

Theme Warped Fairy Tales
Category Prep (4+)
Participants 1 + 1 (One student and One Parent)
Mode of Submission Video - Unrestricted Shared Link
Duration of Video 3 Min. Max.
File Upload Restriction Video (.Mp4 only) max size 500 Mb
Language English
Event In-Charges Mandeep Kaur
  8800684488
  mandeepkaur@sheilaskidszone.in
  Shilpa Bathla
  7838441412
  shilpabathla@sheilaskidszone.in
Rules and Guidelines
  1. To select 2 characters from two different fairy tales.
  2. The selected characters meet accidently and both bring a humorous and witty twist in their original stories.
  3. Both characters to effectively enact the humorous Tale in English.
  4. Costumes in accordance to their selected characters.
  5. 2 manageable Props are permitted.
  6. No background music permitted.
Judgement Criteria
  • Innovative Twist
  • Humour & Wit
  • Oratory Skills
  • Props and Costumes
  • Effective Enactment

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Kaolin Craft

Theme Animal World
Category Class I
Participants 1
Mode of Submission Video - Unrestricted Shared Link
Duration of Video 2 Min. Max.
File Upload Restriction Video (.Mp4 only) max size 500 Mb
Language English
Event In-Charges Gavneet Tandon
  9999622058
  gavneettandon@cambridgefoundationschool.com
  Ankita Kapoor
  8527081599
  ankitakapoor@cambridgefoundationschool.com
Rules and Guidelines
  1. Participant to create a fascinating Scenic Picture of 5 animals inhabiting land / water / air.
  2. The Scene has to be depicted on an A-3 sized sheet.
  3. Animals are to be created using Plasticine and the habitats to be created using grass, jute, cotton, natural colours etc.
  4. The participant will speak a few lines about the Scene he/she has created.
  5. Parent to record a 360º Panoramic view Video of the created Scene along with the participant speaking.
  6. No background music permitted.
Judgement Criteria
  • Creativty
  • Aesthetics
  • Oratory Skills
  • Effective Use of Material
  • Overall Presentation – Neatness and Colour Coordination

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Rectitude of Life

Theme Designing A Bunting
Category Class II
Participants 1
Mode of Submission Photograph
File Upload Restriction Image (.Jpg/Jpeg format only) max size 10Mb
Event In-Charges Neelima Arora
  9868174827
  neelimaarora@cambridgefoundationschool.com
  Urvashi Sharma
  9818112671
  urvashisharma@cambridgefoundationschool.com
Rules and Guidelines
  1. Design a bunting showcasing through pictures the moral values learnt during the pandemic.
  2. The strip should consist of six leaves.
  3. Each leaf to be of A4 size and well decorated.
  4. The bunting should be well captured in the uploaded picture.
  5. School identity not to be disclosed on the bunting.
Judgement Criteria
  • Creativity
  • Relevance to the theme
  • Effective use of material
  • Aesthetics
  • Overall Presentation

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Effluxion

Theme Rhythmic Time Lapse
Category Class III
Participants 2
Mode of Submission Video - Unrestricted Shared Link
Duration of Video 3 Min. Max
File Upload Restriction Video (.Mp4 only) max size 500 Mb
Language English
Event In-Charges Divya Baijal
  9899038286
  divyabaijal@cambridgefoundationschool.com
  Sarabjeet Kaur
  9910859063
  sarabjeetkaur@cambridgefoundationschool.com
Rules and Guidelines
  1. Video Screen to be divided in 2 parts:
    i. Video of 1st Participant to exhibit Two Contrasting Situations: Then & Now.
    ii. Video of 2nd Participant should add musical element to the contrasting situations through beat boxing.
  2. Both videos to be clubbed as a single synchronized entity.
  3. Use of inappropriate language/gestures strictly prohibited.
  4. 2 manageable props permitted.
  5. Participants to dress up in accordance to the chosen situation.
Judgement Criteria
  • Aptness of Theme
  • Originality
  • Rhythm
  • Video Editing/ Presentation
  • Costumes & Props

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Not Everyone Has A Story

Theme Enactment of an Unsung Corona Warrior
Category Class IV
Participants 1
Mode of Submission Live Event - 8th August 2020
Time of Presentation 2 Min. Max.
Language English (Interspersed with a few Hindi words)
Event In-Charges Tanya Singh
  9990751301
  tanyasingh@cambridgefoundationschool.com
  Monika
  9711024924
  monika@cambridgefoundationschool.com
Rules and Guidelines
  1. Participant to dress in accordance to the character portrayed.
  2. Use of derogatory language and gestures strictly prohibited.
  3. Enactment should not hurt the sentiments of any community or faith.
  4. No background music. Two manageable props permitted.
  5. Enactment to be a Live Online Competition. The link of the online platform will be shared on 7th August at the School’s registered email id.
     
Judgement Criteria
  • Content & Originality
  • Eloquent Language and Expression
  • Conviction
  • Props and Costume
  • Overall Performance

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Masti Se Mastishk Tak

Theme Will be emailed on 1st August 2020 on the School's Registered Email Id.
Category Class V
Participants 1
Mode of Submission PowerPoint Presentation
No of Slides Max 6 to 7 Slides
Flie Upload Restrictions Format .pptx only.
Language English
Event In-Charges Nidhi Dhamija
  9810256991
  nidhidhamija@cambridgefoundationschool.com
  Pallavi Trikha
  9811181344
  pallavitrikha@cambridgefoundationschool.com
Rules and Guidelines
  1. Participant is expected to design or create a mind map on the given theme.
  2. The information should be well organized and the map should be unique.
  3. Any medium of colour can be used to make the map appealing.
  4. The Map should be well incorporated by covering the following aspects:
    a. Central Theme b. Association c. Curved Lines d. Keywords e. Colour Palette
  5. The representation may be in the form of network, radial network or spider tentacles etc.
Judgement Criteria
  • Originality
  • Creativity
  • Layout and Design
  • Relevance of the Presentation to the theme
  • Over all Presentation

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Symistry

Theme Every great idea starts somewhere. So here is your chance to create something that is solely yours and could bring a breakthrough in mathematics.
Category Class VI
Participants 1
Mode of Submission Video - Unrestricted Shared Link
Max. Time for Video 3 Minutes Max.
Flie Upload Restrictions Video (.Mp4 only) max size 500 Mb
Language English
Event In-Charges Rekha Ahuja
  9582762959
  rekhaahuja@cambridgefoundationschool.com
  Rakhi Khosla
  9818661135
  rakhikhosla@cambridgefoundationschool.com
Rules and Guidelines
  1. Participant should be acquainted with the mathematical concept of SYMMETRY
  2. Appropriate terminology based on critical thinking related to DIFFERENT TYPES OF SYMMETRY should be used
  3. The student can use different techniques wherever applicable.
  4. Participant has to apply the concept of symmetry while making the monument.
  5. The monument should belong to the Ancient period of Indian History (1800 – 600 BCE)
  6. Articles like matchboxes and cardboard can be used.
  7. The monument has to be posted in the form of a video not exceeding 3 mins.
  8. The video has to have a 360 view of the monument.
  9. The 3 minutes video should be divided into 2 parts:
    • Part 1 should be of 1 minute, explaining the application of the concept used.
    • Part 2, should be of 2 min. to showcase the finished product.
Judgement Criteria
  • Symmetrical Accuracy
  • Relevance of the concept
  • Creativity
  • Use of appropriate terminology during explanation
  • Overall Presentation

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Emotion Spectrum

Theme Dramatic Persona (A Mime Act)
Category Class VII
Participants 1
Mode of Submission Video - Unrestricted Shared Link
Max. Time for Video 2 Minutes Max
Flie Upload Restrictions Video (.Mp4 only) max size 500 Mb
Event In-Charges Mansi Gandotra
  9899194344
  mansigandotra@cambridgefoundationschool.com
  Swati Kaur
  8800562757
  swatikaur@cambridgefoundationschool.com
Rules and Guidelines
  1. Dress Code: Black Kurta and Blue jeans.
  2. Face to be painted (Black and White)
  3. Background music allowed with no lyrics
  4. The Mime Video of different incidents depicting the situation before and after COVID 19 should be superimposed on a Video background (with instrumental music only) which should be in sync with the Mime.
  5. Fluid or flame of any kind is not permitted.
  6. Two manageable props allowed.
Judgement Criteria
  • Thematic Essence
  • Facial Expression/Body movement
  • Dramatic nuances
  • Video Compilation
  • Overall Impact

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भारतस्य गौरवम्

Theme मोक्षदा गीता ( श्लोक गायन )
Category Class VIII
Participants 1
Mode of Submission Video - Unrestricted Shared Link
Max. Time for Video 2 - 3 Minutes Max
Flie Upload Restrictions Video (.Mp4 only) max size 500 Mb
Language Sanskrit
Event In-Charges Anamika Mishra
  8826479419
  anamikamishra@cambridgefoundationschool.com
  Monika Joshi
  8471022088
  monikajoshi@cambridgefoundationschool.com
Rules and Guidelines
  1. प्रतियोगी भगवद्गीता के किसी भी अध्याय से किन्हीं पाँच श्लोकों का गायन करेंगे ।
  2. प्रतियोगिता में केवल भगवद्गीता के श्लोक ही मान्य होंगे ।
  3. प्रत्येक विद्यालय मेँ से एक ही छात्र प्रतियोगिता मेँ भाग लेगा ।
  4. प्रतियोगिता मेँ किसी भी वाद्य-यंत्र का प्रयोग मान्य नहीं है ।
  5. सहायक सामग्री का प्रयोग वर्जित है ।
  6. प्रतिभागियों का सफ़ेद वर्दी में होना अनिवार्य हैं ।
  7. प्रतियोगी द्वारा गाए गए श्लोकों का एक वीडियो तैयार करके भेजना होगा।
  8. वीडियो में प्रतियोगी के गायन के साथ-साथ पार्श्व (बैकग्राउंड) में श्लोकों का आकर्षक प्रस्तुतीकरण (PPT) भी होना चाहिए।
  9. गायन और प्रस्तुतीकरण (PPT) में समन्वय होना चाहिए ।
Judgement Criteria
  • उच्चारण
  • सुर एवं गायन अभिव्यक्ति
  • विषयवस्तु
  • रचनात्मकता
  • प्रस्तुतीकरण

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Chronicles

Theme Biography as an Autobiography
Category Class VIII
Participants 1
Mode of Submission Video - Unrestricted Shared Link
Max. Time for Video 3 Minutes Max
Flie Upload Restrictions Video (.Mp4 only) max size 500 Mb
Language English
Event In-Charges Nanda Khanna
  98118925351
  nandakhanna@cambridgefoundationschool.com
  Nitika Sharma
  9582821246
  nitikasharma@cambridgefoundationschool.com
Rules and Guidelines
  1. The participant is required to choose any one out of the mentioned Indian Authors for the event:
    1. Rabindranath Tagore
    2. Satyajit Ray
    3. R. K. Narayan
    4. Khushwant Singh
    5. Vikram Seth
  2. The content of the biography should be narrated in an autobiographical manner.
  3. The facts of the content should not be meddled or tampered with.
  4. Costume to be in accordance with the character.
  5. The video of the event should be submitted in the above mentioned format.
Judgement Criteria
  • Relevance of the content
  • Depiction of the Character
  • Articulation/Oratory Skills
  • Costume
  • Overall Presentation

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प्रबोधिनी

Theme दिव्य मंजरी ( सूफ़ी या भजन)
Category Class IX
Participants 1
Mode of Submission Video - Unrestricted Shared Link
Max. Time for Video 3 - 4 Minutes Max
Flie Upload Restrictions Video (.Mp4 only) max size 500 Mb
Language Hindi
Event In-Charges Renu Dhingra
  9810039047
  renudhingra@cambridgefoundationschool.com
  Jyoti Rampal
  9871811961
  jyotirampal@cambridgefoundationschool.com
Rules and Guidelines
  1. प्रतिभागी द्वारा स्वरचित संगीतमय रचना (कंपोज़िशन) प्रस्तुत करना अनिवार्य है।
  2. प्रतिभागी द्वारा गाया जाने वाला गीत किसी फ़िल्म या अल्बम का नहीं होना चाहिए।
  3. कीबोर्ड , हारमोनियम , तानपुरा , गिटार में से किसी एक वाद्ययंत्र का प्रयोग प्रतिभागी द्वारा ही किया जाना स्वीकार्य होगा।
  4. पार्श्व संगीत स्वीकार्य नहीं होगा।
  5. प्रतिभागी सफ़ेद वर्दी में ही प्रतियोगिता में सम्मिलित होंगे।
Judgement Criteria
  • गीत चयन
  • सुर
  • ताल
  • रचनात्मकता
  • प्रस्तुतीकरण

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Substantial Array

Theme Balanced Meal
Category Class IX
Participants 1
Mode of Submission Video - Unrestricted Shared Link
Max. Time for Video 3 - 4 Minutes Max
Flie Upload Restrictions Video (.Mp4 only) max size 500 Mb
Language English
Event In-Charges Vibha Prabhakar
  9910073938
  vibhaprabhakar@cambridgefoundationschool.com
  Uma Gandhi
  9717714496
  umagandhi@cambridgefoundationschool.com
Rules and Guidelines
  1. Participant can select any vegetarian meal (breakfast/lunch/dinner).
  2. Video should show the formal layout of the meal on the table (for 2 people).
  3. The nutritive value of each food to be stated clearly.
  4. The Special Nutrient in each item in the gamut of display to be highlighted with flags/placards.
  5. A captivating name must be given to the entire set up/meal.
  6. Student should adorn an apron and head gear.
Judgement Criteria
  • Selection of ingredients
  • Food Blend
  • Explanation
  • Balanced Meal
  • Overall Presentation

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In-Quiz-itive

Theme Online Inter School Quiz
Category Class X
Participants Max 5 Candidates per School, registered as independent contestants
Mode of Submission Online Link - Dare2Compete and Final Round As A Live Event
Language English
Event In-Charges Seema Kapoor
  9810284847
  seemakapoor@cambridgefoundationschool.com
  Manju Arora
  9910606397
  manjuarora@cambridgefoundationschool.com
Rules and Guidelines
  1. Participants to register on the website ‘Dare2Compete’ on the given link, https://d2c.pw/YuCliY, between 19/07/2020, 10:00am and 04/08/2020, 10:00am as independent contestants.
  2. Registration is open for up to 5 entries from every School.
  3. In case of more than five registrations are received from any School, all entries from the School will stand disqualified.
  4. The quiz will have questions covering Current Affairs, General Knowledge, Science, Environment, Mathematics, Culture, Sports and Logical Reasoning.
  5. First-round will be conducted on the Dare2Compete platform at 10:00am on 06/08/2020. This will be an elimination round.
  6. To attempt the Quiz, the pre-registered students must log in at the exact scheduled time on the link provided.
  7. The Top 6 Contestant with maximum correct answers in the least time will be the Winners.
  8. The Top 6 Winners of round one will be informed through our official mail id 18bdmc2020@cambridgefoundationschool.com, along with the Link for the Live Quiz Event.
  9. The 6 qualifying contestants will contest for the Top 3 positions in the Live Quiz Event to be held at 11:00am on 8th August 2020.
  10. Rules and instructions for the Final Round will be communicated to the qualifying contestants separately.
Quiz Master

Mr. Sahil Avi Kapoor, (Sr. Brand Manager), Procter & Gamble, India. He has himself been an avid quizzer and won several National Level Competitions.

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Sonorous Parody

Theme Rendition
Category Class XI
Participants 1
Mode of Submission Video - Unrestricted Shared Link
Max. Time for Video 2 Minutes Max
Flie Upload Restrictions Video (.Mp4 only) max size 500 Mb
Language English
Event In-Charges Sonal Vij
  9711604647
  sonalvij@cambridgefoundationschool.com
  Pankaj Rajput
  9873106097
  pankajrajput@cambridgefoundationschool.com
Rules and Guidelines
  1. Participant to recite a rhythmic parody packed with vivacious fun.
  2. The content of the parody must explicitly express one concept of any Subject of Class XI.
  3. The participant should explain the content in the form of a PPT / Pictorial Presentation / Graphics / Diagrams, with his/her video superimposed, reciting the rhythmic parody in a proper synchronized manner.
  4. Sharing or uploading the video on any social media or video sharing site (before the declaration of the results) would lead to immediate disqualification.
  5. Any participant using derogatory language/vulgar gestures will be debarred from the competition.
  6. The uploaded video should not offend the sentiments of any person / caste / community / religion
Judgement Criteria
  • Thematic Innovation
  • Concept Clarity
  • Rhythm
  • Synchronization
  • Editing

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Covid-O-Nomics

Theme Budget Drift in India under COVID-19 Situation
Category Class XII
Participants 2
Mode of Submission Video - Unrestricted Shared Link
Max. Time for Video 4 Minutes Max
Flie Upload Restrictions Video (.Mp4 only) max size 500 Mb
Language English
Event In-Charges Seema Khetrapal
  9810355812
  seemakhetrapal@cambridgefoundationschool.com
  Parwinder Kaur
  9582463339
  parwinderkaur@cambridgefoundationschool.com
Rules and Guidelines
  1. Budget Drift to be showcased using PowerPoint presentation and video narration.
  2. The video should consist of a sequence of PPT slides with a side-by side Video narration (Superimposed) by both the participants.
  3. PPT can have maximum 15 slides.
  4. PPT and Video should not disclose the identity of the participant/School.
  5. Dress Code – Formal. Not School Uniform.
Judgement Criteria
  • Content
  • Visual Impact of the video and presentation
  • Oratory Skills
  • Use of statistical tools in the PPT
  • Overall Presentation

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