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30th INTER-UNIVERSITY CENTRAL ZONE YOUTH FESTIVAL
Organised by
BERHAMPUR UNIVERSITY, BERHAMPUR, ODISHA
in collaboration with
ASSOCIATION OF INDIAN UNIVERSITIES (AIU), NEW DELHI
(Sponsored by : The Ministry of Skill Development, Entrepreneurship, Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India)
NOVEMBER 25 - 29, 2014
ORGANISING COMMITTEE
Dr. Pradeep Kumar Panigrahi
Minister of Higher Education, Govt. of Odisha ... Chief Patron
Prof. Deepak Kumar Behera ... Chairman
Vice- Chancellor, Berhampur University
Prof. M. N. Padhy
Registrar,Berhampur University
Dr. N. R. Misra ... Convenor
Cultural Coordinator,Berhampur University
Prof. P. C. Mishra ... Organising Secretary
Dept.of Commerce,Berhampur University
Organising Joint Secretaries:
Dr. S. K. Chaudhury, Dept of Business Administration
Dr. P. N. Samanta, Dept.of Mathematics
Ms. Roshini Kujur, Dept of Political Science
Officer on Special Duty:
Mr. S. Vijay Kumar, Dept of IR&PM
Prof. S. K. Behera, Dept. of J&MC
Prof. P. K. Swain, Professor, Dept. of Odia
Prof. K. C. Sahu, Dept. of Marine Science
Dr. (Mrs) Gita Mishra, Dept. of Zoology
Mr. J. K. Sethi, CoF, BU
Dr. B. Samal, Dy. Registrar
Dr. P. K. Dalai, Students Welfare Officer
Dr. G. P. Choudhury, Administrative Officer
MEMBERS, ORGANISING COMMITTEE (Advisory Board)
Prof. P. K. Padhy, Chairman, PG.Council
Prof. P. K. Biswasroy, Director, CDC
Dr. S. S. Pati, Member,Syndicate
Prof. A. K. Dandapat, Member,Syndicate
Prof. N. C. Sahu, Director, DEC
Prof. Mrs. A. Choudhury, Professor-in charge Library
Prof. D. P. Patnaik, Warden- PG Hostels
Prof. D. Panigrahi, Dept. of Business Admn.
September 10 , 2014
To The Vice-Chancellor / Registrar
All Universities of Central Zone
Sub : 30th Inter-University Central Zone Youth Festival at Berhampur University - 2014
Dear Sir/Madam,
Warm Parva Greetings.
We are delighted to inform you that the Association of Indian Universities (AIU),
New Delhi has entrusted Berhampur University, Berhampur, Odisha for hosting 30th
Inter-University Central Zone Youth Festival 2014 during November 25-29, 2014.
In view of this, we request you to send teams from your University to participate
in various events of the Youth Festival as per the conditions laid down by AIU. The
details regarding the festival which include about the university, participation, venue,
rules & regulations, eligibility, registration fee, accommodation, event guidelines and
other forms (Annexure I to V) are enclosed herewith. You are requested to download all
the forms from our website www.buodisha.edu.in or www.aiuweb.org.
The festival shall commence on November 25, 2014 (Tuesday after lunch) and
concludes on November 29, 2014 (Saturday after lunch). You are requested to send the
entries as early as possible but not later than November 7, 2014 by forwarding the
completed annexure I and IV. Annexure II and III and other documents can be presented
during registration.
Please send an advance copy of your entry to Dr. N. R. Misra, Cultural
Coordinator-cum-Convener, 30th Inter University Central Zone Youth Festival,
Berhampur University, Berhampur-760 007, Odisha by post or e-mail to
iuczyf14bu@gmail.com. Cell : 094371 87266.
Looking forward to your active participation and cooperation.
Culturally yours,
Dr. N. R. Misra
30th INTER-UNIVERSITY CENTRAL ZONE YOUTH FESTIVAL
Organised by
BERHAMPUR UNIVERSITY, BERHAMPUR, ODISHA
in collaboration with
ASSOCIATION OF INDIAN UNIVERSITIES (AIU), NEW DELHI
(Sponsored by : The Ministry of Skill Development, Entrepreneurship, Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India)
NOVEMBER 25 - 29, 2014
About Berhampur
A major commercial town of the Ganjam district Berhampur lies south of Chilika Lake, in
southern Odisha (Orissa). Berhampur is a trading centre for the beautiful hand-woven Ikat
silk.
Located under the province of Ganjam district, Berhampur is a centrally placed place in
Odisha (Orissa). You can plan your further trip for this convenient base point having a
number of places of tourist interest in the vicinity. Quite famous for its silks, Berhampur,
also offers plenty of other shopping options to the travelers visiting the city. You can pick up
antique brass work of Ganjam, coirmats of Gopalpur and the superb horn work of
Paralakhemundi along with carpets from Chandragiri, woven by Tibetian refugees.
The city is well connected by roads and rail network. The Howrah-Chennai Railway line of
South-Eastern Railway/ East Coast Railway passes through the city making Berhampur as the
busiest station in this region. Similarly N.H. 5 runs close to the city providing direct linkage
to Kolkata, Vishakhapatnam & Chennai. N.H. 217 also runs through this city. The city is
well connected with districts through S.H. No.7, 17 & 65. The State Capital, Bhubaneswar, is
situated at a distance of 160 kms from the city along N.H. 5. The nearest sea port is situated
at Gopalpur at a distance of 15 kms from the city and the Port of Visakhapatnam is located at
a distance of 250 kms only.
Gopalpur-on-sea is the closest tourist attraction for the people coming to Berhampur. This
deep sea resort, an ancient sea port of a bygone era, this place replete with all the needs of
modern day discerning traveler, is just 15 km from Berhampur. A hot sulphur spring
Taptapani is also at a distance of 50 km from Berhampur. It is an ideal Health Resort and
picnic spot.
Bhubaneswar, the capital of Orissa, is also popularly known as the "Temple City of India".
Being the seat of Tribhubaneswar or 'Lord Lingaraj', Bhubaneswar is an important Hindu
pilgrimage centre. Puri, the abode of Lord Jagannath needs no introduction. The sunny beach
at Puri is one of the finest in the world. Watching the sunrise in a symphony of colours is a
wonderful experience. It is one of the most popular sea-side resorts where visitors from any
part of the globe can comfortably relax.
List of Tourist places near to the University
BHAIRABI-The place is named after the presiding deity Goddess Bhairabi at
remote village Mantridi. Bhairabi now a days has become an important Shakti
Pitha.
GOPALPUR-Melancholy and Salubrious Sea beach with blue waters and
attractive back water bed in the form of cracks and sleepy lagoon covered with
canopies of lush green foliage.
TAPTAPANI-It is famous for a perennial hot spring of Medicinal Sulfuric
Water which is located on the State Highways that connects Berhampur with
Western Orissa. Being surrounded by a cluster of hills and thi...
TARATARINI-It is a famous religious place in Southern Orissa where the
twin sister Goddess i.e. Tara & Tarini adorn the sanctum situated on the top of
a hillock girdled by the waddling holy river Rush.
Buguda is a small town in Ghumusar Sub-Division of Ganjam district. It is
famous for the temple of Biranchinarayan. The temple was built by king
Srikara Bhanja who ascended the throne of Ghumusar .
At a distance of about 3 kms towards the north of Buguda is Buddhakhol,
which is a scenic spot frequently visited by tourists and picnickers.
Jaugada is situated at a distance of 10 kms from Purushotampur. The place is
of great historical importance as one of the famous rock edicts of Ashok is
located here.
Kulada is famous for Goddess Bagh Devi which is the presiding deity, Kulad
is said to be birth place of great Oriya Poet Kabi Samrat Upendra Bhanja. It is
situated to the north west of Ganjam Distr...
The scenic splendor of Narayani on the lap of the celebrated Vallery Mountain
is a famous place in the eastern ghats. Its romantic setting with a perennial
spring and green mango groves attracts a ...
The place named after Nirmaljhar (Pure Water) i.e. Sanctified by a perennial
stream, let channelised to different ponds, Hallooed Shrine of Lord Vishnu.
The place is embellished with sculptures, arb...
Nestling in the heart of coastal Orissa, Chilika is India’s biggest inland lake.
Spread over 1,100 square kilometers stretching across the length of the three
districts of Puri, Khurdha and Gan...
Nearer to National Highway No.5 (from Chatrapur)is the beautiful Tampara
Lake, With gentle waves breaking on the shore, Tampara offers great avenues
for water sports.
Panchama is a small village of Ganjam District. Here Lord Ganesh is
worshipped in the groove of a large Pipal tree for ages. The actual age of the
temple is not available on record.
It is one of the another Shaktipitha of Ganjam District situated to the south of
Digapahandi . In ancient times the deity was worshipped inside the dense
jungle which is full of wild animals.
About Berhampur University
The Berhampur University came into existence on January 2, 1967. The campus is spread
over an area of about two hundred fifty acres. The university is twelve kilometres and 5
kilometers away from the Berhampur City and Sea-beach of Gopalpur respectively. Prof.
Deepak Kumar Behera is the present Vice-Chancellor, who took charge on July 27, 2013. He
is a renowned social scientist in the field of Anthropology and Social work.
The University has a wide area under its jurisdiction comprising the districts of Ganjam,
Gajapati, Koraput, Rayagada, Nowrangapur, Malkangiri, Kandhamala and Boudh. Eleven
Govt. colleges, sixty two non Govt. colleges and twenty six professional technical colleges
are affiliated to the university. To the credit of the university these institutes cater to the need
of students in various subjects and disciplines such as Arts, Science, Commerce, Law,
Education, Medicine, Engineering, Pharmacy, Homoeopathy, Ayurveda, Nursing, Military
Science, Library Science and Fine Arts.
There are twenty post-graduate departments in the university offering specialized subjects
and M. Phil programmes. Some of the faculties like Mass Communication, Tourism and
Indian Monuments, Electronic Science, Computer Science, Marine Science, Military Science
make the University stand apart from some other universities of the country.
The university has achieved great distinction in the academic world due to the qualitative and
quantitative production of M. Phil., Ph.D., D. Litt and D. Sc degrees. So far many projects,
major and minor funded by the U.G.C., I.C.S.S.R., C.S.I.R. D.S.T, and NIRD. etc. have been
completed. About two hundred fifty research oriented and text books have been published by
the teachers. The university has the record of holding seminars and conferences every year
apart from organising weekly seminars in the departments. Several U.G.C. sponsored
Refresher Courses/Orientation Programmes/Summer Institutes are conducted in the
university for the benefit of the university and college teachers.
With all such multifarious academic activities the university has so far received reciprocal
recognition from many Indian universities. It is a permanent member of the Inter University
Board of India and Sri Lanka as well as that of the Association of Common Wealth
University of London. The University has got NAAC accrediation with a rating of B+.
At present the Campus has eight teaching blocks, eight hostels, PG Council, a Health centre,
an Engineering Office, a guest house, an M.E. School, a High School/Junior College, a
Library, a Museum-cum-Archival Cell, an AIR STRIP, a Play ground, a Sports Council
Centre, a Gymnasium, a shopping complex, a Canteen, an S.B.I. Branch, a Post Office, a
printing press, an Administrative Building, a College Development Council, a Distant
Education Centre, Women's Studies Research Centre, Convocation Theatre, Seminar hall,
NSS Bureau,UGC Coaching Scheme Centre and SC/ST Cell.
Medical Facility
The university has a Health Centre in the campus. It remains open between 8 am to 6 pm for
general services and 24 hours for emergency services. Apart from this the MKCG Medical
College Hospital is located within a radius of 8 kms.
Weather
Weather at Berhampur during November will be pleasant, neither cold nor hot, but moderate.
One can find greenery everywhere. Adequate clothing and light bedding with bed spreads are
recommended. The temperature during the period shall be around 25
0
- 30
0
C.
How to reach Berhampur University?
Air
The nearest airport is Biju Patnaik Airport at Bhubaneswar, which is 155 kms away from
Berhampur University. Visakhapatnam Airport is just 370 kms away from Berhampur. An
airstrip has been situated adjacent to the campus at Rangeilunda where small aircrafts and
helicopters can land & take off safely.
Rail
Berhampur is well connected by rail with all cities like Bhubaneswar, Vishakhapatanam.
Berhampur University is located about 13 Kms from Berhampur Railway station.
Road
Luxury buses ply from Berhampur to Bhubaneswar, Cuttack, Vishakhapatnam etc. are
available from Berhampur. City / Local buses and auto-rickshaws are available from Railway
Stations. Autos charge Rs 150 from Berhampur and Rs 140 from New Bus Stand to
University. Apart from the public transport, visitors can avail themselves of Berhampur
University transport facility from November 24 to 29.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
1. RULES
The Youth Fest will be governed by:
1.1 The Inter-University Youth Festival’s ‘Eligibility ‘Rules & Regulations’ that are available
on www.aiuweb.org and www.buodisha.edu.in.
1.2 This Notice and the ‘Youth Festival Instructions’ that will be issued prior to the
commencement of the Festival.
2. ELIGIBILITY AND ENTRY REGULATIONS
2.1 The Universities of the Central Zone that are eligible are invited for participation in the
Inter University Central Zone Youth Festival, 2014. All interested Universities are
requested to send their entries as early as possible but not later than 07th November,
2014 by forwarding completed Annexure I and IV enclosed.
2.2 Annexure II and III duly supported with relevant documents may be forwarded at the
earliest possible or submitted at the time of registration.
2.3 The students shall carry their Identity Cards issued by their University/College. The
team managers shall submit valid Identity cards of participants for verification at the
time of registration.
2.4 The eligibility certificate signed by the Director/Dean/Principal of the Institute/College
and countersigned by the Dean Student’s Welfare/Cultural Coordinator/ Registrar is a
must and must tally with the documents mentioned above.
2.5 The maximum size of the contingent will not be more than 40, including ContingentIncharge. Extra members coming with the team will not be entertained. They have
to make their own arrangements for boarding and lodging.
2.6 A maximum of two Contingent Leaders/ In-charges will accompany the team. It is
advisable to have Lady Team Manager, in case there are female participants. However,
the total number of contingent should not exceed 40.
1.7 The age of the participants should not be more than 25 years as on July 01, 2014.
3. REGISTRATION FEE
3.1 Registration fees @ Rs. 300/- will be charged from the participants, accompanists and
officialsof the team. The fees will be required to be sent in the form of Demand Draft
in favour of “Convenor, IUCZYF14’’ payable at SBI, Bhanja Bihar, Berhampur
University. The registration fees will have to be sent by the participating Universities
directly to the Cultural Coordinator-cum-Convenor, 30th Inter-University Central Zone
Youth Festival 2014, Berhampur University. No entry shall be accepted after the last
date of registration.
30th INTER-UNIVERSITY CENTRAL ZONE YOUTH FESTIVAL
Organised by
BERHAMPUR UNIVERSITY, BERHAMPUR, ODISHA
in collaboration with
ASSOCIATION OF INDIAN UNIVERSITIES (AIU), NEW DELHI
(Sponsored by : The Ministry of Skill Development, Entrepreneurship, Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India)
NOVEMBER 25 - 29, 2014
3.2 The closing date for receiving entry forms is 07th November, 2014.
3.3 A sum of Rs. 1500/- refundable caution money has to be deposited by each team at
the time of registration. The cost of any loss / damage to the property will be deducted
from caution money.
4. PROGRAMME SCHEDULE
The detailed schedule will be available on the official website of Berhampur University
(www.buodisha.edu.in)
5. YOUTH FESTIVAL INSTRUCTIONS
'Youth Festival Instructions' will be available on the day of registration. i.e.
25th November,2014.
6. REGISTRATION & ISSUE OF PHOTO ID CARDS
6.1 Contingent Incharges are requested to fulfill registration formalities as on 10th
November 2014.
6.2 Contingent Incharges are also requested to bring one passport size photo of each
participant in addition to the one affixed on the Annexure II. This additional photo
shall be affixed on the place specified in the ID card issued at the time of registration
and the Photo ID Card shall be made validated by sign and affixing seal of the
Contingent-in-Charge.
7. VENUE
7.1 All activities of the Youth Festival will be conducted within the University Campus.
7.2 The Cultural procession will entail a distance of approximately 0.5 KM. Universities
are requested to attire their contingents in their local regional costumes. As such,
they are requested to bring along the following:
7.2.1 Local regional costumes
7.2.2 Two University Flags. One Flag is required to be deposited at the time of registration
and the other retained for the Procession.
7.2.3 University Banner/Posters
7.2.4 Respective University Placards
8. PENALTY SYSTEM
8.1 Any disqualification of a participant on ground of ineligibility will result in the
automatic scratching of the contingent for that academic year. The contingent shall
also be debarred from participating in the Youth Cultural activities to be held in the
following years.
30th INTER-UNIVERSITY CENTRAL ZONE YOUTH FESTIVAL
Organised by
BERHAMPUR UNIVERSITY, BERHAMPUR, ODISHA
in collaboration with
ASSOCIATION OF INDIAN UNIVERSITIES (AIU), NEW DELHI
(Sponsored by : The Ministry of Skill Development, Entrepreneurship, Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India)
NOVEMBER 25 - 29, 2014
8.2 A Participant disqualified on the grounds of ineligibility shall not be permitted to participate
in Inter-University Youth Cultural Activities in the next year.
8.3 Any form of indecent behavior either from a student, accompanist or Team in the University
campus will lead to disciplinary action. This may lead the team to getting debarred from
participation in the event/festival. The following are strictly prohibited;
8.3.1. Consumption of liquor / smoking
8.3.2. Eve teasing
8.3.3. Influencing the Judges
8.3.4. Going to the Press/Media against the University on any controversial issue
8.3.5. Indecent behavior inside and /or outside the campus and venue.
9. SCORING
9.1 The methodology of assessing and awards of points by the judges will be based on the
parameters announced by the AIU in its website www.aiuweb.org. Weightages on each
parameter of each item will be got approved from the AIU and made known by means of
the Youth Festival Instructions.
9.2 The results will be announced on 29th November, 2014.
10. DISCLAIMER OF LIABILITY
Competitors participate in the Youth Fest entirely at their own risk. The organizing authority/
host University and Association of Indian Universities will not accept any liability for
material damage or personal injury or death sustained in conjunction with, or prior to or
during, or after the Youth Fest.
11. PRIZES
Prizes will be awarded to competitors as per prevalent AIU norms and will be given in
detail in the “Youth Festival Instructions”.
12. BOARDING AND LODGING
12.1 Boarding and lodging arrangement will be made available for the participants. Hostel
rooms will be provided to the participants. Participants are requested to bring warm bedding,
mosquito net, clothing, bed spreads, light bedding etc.
12.2 Team managers will be housed in students' hostel rooms. Suitable accommodation in the
guest houses will be provided for the Judges, invited Guests and AIU Officials.
12.3 Allotted accommodation on confirmation will be available from 24th to 29th November
2014.
30th INTER-UNIVERSITY CENTRAL ZONE YOUTH FESTIVAL
Organised by
BERHAMPUR UNIVERSITY, BERHAMPUR, ODISHA
in collaboration with
ASSOCIATION OF INDIAN UNIVERSITIES (AIU), NEW DELHI
(Sponsored by : The Ministry of Skill Development, Entrepreneurship, Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India)
NOVEMBER 25 - 29, 2014
12.4 The first official meal will be the Breakfast in the Morning of 25th November, 2014 and
the last official Meal will be Lunch on 29th November, 2014. Those (Teams) who reach on
24th November, 2014 evening are requested to give prior intimation for providing dinner
on that day.
13. LIST OF ANNEXURE
13.1 Events At a Glance
13.2 Annexure I: Team Registration Form
13.3 Annexure II: Eligibility Certificate
13.4 Annexure III: Curriculum Vitae of Participants/Accompanists
13.5 Annexure IV: Master Entry Form
13.6 Annexure V: Final Registration Form (to be submitted at the Venue)
14. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:
1. Dr. Nihar Ranjan Misra
Convenor
30th Central Zone Inter University Youth Festival
Berhampur University
Bhanja Bihar, Berhampur (Odisha) PIN- 760 007
Mobile : 09437187266, E-mail: iuczyf14bu@gmail.com.
2. Prof. Prakash Chandra Mishra
Organizing Secretary
30th Central Zone Inter University Youth Festival
Berhampur University
Bhanja Bihar, Berhampur (Odisha) PIN- 760 007
Mobile : 098610 11147, E-mail: iuczyf14bu@gmail.com.
30th INTER-UNIVERSITY CENTRAL ZONE YOUTH FESTIVAL
Organised by
BERHAMPUR UNIVERSITY, BERHAMPUR, ODISHA
in collaboration with
ASSOCIATION OF INDIAN UNIVERSITIES (AIU), NEW DELHI
(Sponsored by : The Ministry of Skill Development, Entrepreneurship, Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India)
NOVEMBER 25 - 29, 2014
No.
Events
Participants Accompanists Total No. Minimum Maximum
(P) (A) (P+ A) Time Time
in Minutes in Minutes
1. MUSIC
a. Classical Vocal Solo 1 2 3 8 10
(Hindustani / Karnatic)
b. Classical Instrumental Solo 1 2 3 8 10
(Percussion)
c. Classical Instrumental Solo 1 2 3 8 10
(Non-Percussion)
d. Light Vocal (Indian)* 1 2 3 4 6
e. Western Vocal (Solo)* 1 2 3 4 6
f. Group Song (Indian) 6 3 9 8 10
g. Group Song (Western) 6 3 9 8 10
h. Folk Orchestra 9 3 12 8 10
2. DANCE
a. Folk/ Tribal Dance 10 5 15 8 10
b. Classical Dance 1 3 4 12 15
3. LITERARY EVENTS
a. Quiz 3 - 3 - b. Elocution * 1 - 1 4 5
c.Debate 2 2 4 5
4. THEATRE
a. One Act Play 9 3 12 25 30
b. Skits 6 3 9 8 10
c. Mime * 6 2 8 4 5
d. Mimicry * 1 - 1 4 5
5. FINE ARTS
a. On the Spot Painting 1 - 1 120 150
a. On the Spot Painting 1 - 1 120 150
b. Collage 1 - 1 120 150
c. Poster Making 1 - 1 120 150
d. Clay Modeling 1 - 1 120 150
e. Cartooning 1 - 1 120 150
f. Rangoli 1 - 1 120 150
g. Spot Photography 1 - 1 120 150
h.Installation 4 - 4 120 150
Events at a Glance
Please Note:
1. Asterisk (*) marked events have 15 seconds grace time after the expiry of the allotted time limit, for all other
non marked events the grace time is 30 seconds.
2. For Classical Vocal Solo, Classical Instrumental Solo (Percussion) & Classical Instrumental Solo (NonPercussion) at National, the minimum & maximum time limit shall be 12 mts. & 15 mts. Elocution – At
Nationals the Minimum and Maximum Time Limit shall be 7 mts & 10 mts respectively.
30th INTER-UNIVERSITY CENTRAL ZONE YOUTH FESTIVAL
Organised by
BERHAMPUR UNIVERSITY, BERHAMPUR, ODISHA
in collaboration with
ASSOCIATION OF INDIAN UNIVERSITIES (AIU), NEW DELHI
(Sponsored by : The Ministry of Skill Development, Entrepreneurship, Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India)
NOVEMBER 25 - 29, 2014
ANNEXURE-I
TEAM REGISTRATION FORM (Submit in Duplicate)
1) Name of the University :
2) Number of Participants :
Male Female Total
Student participants
Accompanists (Students + Professionals)
Team Manager / Contingent Incharge
Total composition of contigent
(TOTAL NUMBER OF CONTINGENT SHOULD BE WITHIN 40)
Name of the Dean, Student's Welfare and Address with phone number and email ID:
___________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________
Name of the Contingent Incharge and Address with phone number and email ID:
___________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________
TRAVEL PLANS
1) Arrival at Berhampur, Odisha Date................................. Time..................................
Bus................................... Train.................................
Departure Date & Time ..........................................................................................................
(Signature of Dean Students Welfare / Cultural Coordinator)
Official Stamp :
Imp : Please mail/email a copy of this completed form to iuczyf14bu@gmail.com on or before
November 7, 2014
30th INTER-UNIVERSITY CENTRAL ZONE YOUTH FESTIVAL
Organised by
BERHAMPUR UNIVERSITY, BERHAMPUR, ODISHA
in collaboration with
ASSOCIATION OF INDIAN UNIVERSITIES (AIU), NEW DELHI
(Sponsored by : The Ministry of Skill Development, Entrepreneurship, Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India)
NOVEMBER 25 - 29, 2014
ANNEXURE-II
Eligibility Certificate : PARTICIPANTS & ACCOMPANISTS
(Individual Form)
General Information :
University : .................................................................................
Personal Information :
1) Name of Participant : ..........................................................................
2) Sex : Male / Female : ..........................
3) Father's / Mother's Name...............................................................................................
4) Date of Birth as per X Board Certificate (attach an attested copy ) DD/MM/YY.............................
5) Age as on 1st of July, 2014 : ............ Years................ Months................... Days.
6) Year of pasing XII (+2) standard : DD/MM.YY ...................................
7) Course / Class in which studying : Course ............................. Subject.......................
Enrollment No.............................................
8) Department / College ...................................................................................................
9) Whether a participant or an accompanist : ..................................................................
10) Telephone No. : ........................ Mobile ..............................
11) E-mail ID : ..............................................................................
The above particulars furnished by me are correct and true to the best of my knowledge.
(Signature of Student Participant / Accompanist)
(The studnet shold not have axceed the age of 25 years as on 1st July 2014; must have not completed
8 years after apssing the X class and 6 years after apssing XII ; should be enrolled in a full-time degree
course or diploma course to over one year duration)
Certified that the particulars provided above have been verified and found to be correct to the best of my
knowledge.
(Director / Dean / Principal) (DSW / Cultural Coordinator)
Official Seal Official Seal
For office use only : Eligible / Not Eligible :
(Reason, if not eligible...................................................................)
Authorized Signature
ATTESTED
Photograph
30th INTER-UNIVERSITY CENTRAL ZONE YOUTH FESTIVAL
Organised by
BERHAMPUR UNIVERSITY, BERHAMPUR, ODISHA
in collaboration with
ASSOCIATION OF INDIAN UNIVERSITIES (AIU), NEW DELHI
(Sponsored by : The Ministry of Skill Development, Entrepreneurship, Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India)
NOVEMBER 25 - 29, 2014
ANNEXURE - III
Curriculum Vitae of Participant / Accompanying Artiste
Note :This proforma is to be filled in by each member of the contingent
1. Name : .............................................................................................
2. University : .......................................................................................
3. Class Studying : ..................................
4. Residential Address : ...........................................
..............................................
5. Contact No. ............................................
6. No. of times participated in Zonal / National Festivals..........................
7. Performance and Distnction Earned in the field .................................
8. Distnction in other fields, if any ...........................................
(Director / Dean / Principal) (DSW / Cultural Coordinator)
Official Seal Official Seal
For office use only : Eligible / Not Eligible :
(Reason, if not eligible...................................................................)
Authorized Signature
30th INTER-UNIVERSITY CENTRAL ZONE YOUTH FESTIVAL
Organised by
BERHAMPUR UNIVERSITY, BERHAMPUR, ODISHA
in collaboration with
ASSOCIATION OF INDIAN UNIVERSITIES (AIU), NEW DELHI
(Sponsored by : The Ministry of Skill Development, Entrepreneurship, Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India)
NOVEMBER 25 - 29, 2014
ANNEXURE - IV
MASTER ENTRY FORM
1. NAME OF THE UNIVERSITY : ......................................................................................................
2. NAMES OF PARTICIPANTS & ACCOMPANISTS IN MUSIC/THEATRE / DANCE LITERARY /
FINE ARTS (Please tick on of the main categories of the event, then enter the item-wise name
within the category. Fill in separate form for all the min category items. say Music, then say Group
Song Indian, then accompanist in One Act Play, Western Solo etc.) :
3. Cut - off Date for Age : Student should not have born before 1.7.1989
(Contingent Incharge) (DSW / Cultural Coordinator)
Official Seal Official Seal
For office use only : Authorized Signature................................................................
Name of the participants
(Please write in block letters your name
as you would like it to be written on the
Certificate, Check the spellings)
Date of
Birth
Item(s) in which
Participating as
a participant
Item(s) in which
participating as an
accompanist
Sl.
No.
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(Please make copies of this form for additional names)
30th INTER-UNIVERSITY CENTRAL ZONE YOUTH FESTIVAL
Organised by
BERHAMPUR UNIVERSITY, BERHAMPUR, ODISHA
in collaboration with
ASSOCIATION OF INDIAN UNIVERSITIES (AIU), NEW DELHI
(Sponsored by : The Ministry of Skill Development, Entrepreneurship, Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India)
NOVEMBER 25 - 29, 2014
ANNEXURE - V
FINAL REGISTRATION FORM
(To be submitted to the Venue-in-Charge while reporting for participation)
University :
..............................................................................................................................................
Name of the Team Manager : .......................................................................................................
Mobile No. : ...................................................................................................................................
EVENT : MUSIC/THEATRE/DANCE/LITERARY/FINE ARTS (Select One)
LIST OF PARTICIPANTS
(Please submit Synopsis in English along with this form in case of Theatre and Dance Events)
Name of the Participants
(in Block Letters) F/M
Date of Birth Remarks
(for office use)
Name of the Accompanists F/M Studentor Professional
Remarks
(for office use)
Date of Birth
Date & Time Signature of Team Manager
FOR OFFICE USE ONLY :
Comments of Event Co-ordinator
1. All Student Participants are eligible and Verified with the official list.
2. Sl. No............................. is / are not eligible.
Signature of Event Coordinator
30th INTER-UNIVERSITY CENTRAL ZONE YOUTH FESTIVAL
Organised by
BERHAMPUR UNIVERSITY, BERHAMPUR, ODISHA
in collaboration with
ASSOCIATION OF INDIAN UNIVERSITIES (AIU), NEW DELHI
(Sponsored by : The Ministry of Skill Development, Entrepreneurship, Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India)
NOVEMBER 25 - 29, 2014
RULES & REGULATIONS
1. MUSIC
(a) Classical Vocal Solo (Hindustani / Karnatak)
1. Only one entry per institution is allowed. Duration of performance – 10 minutes.
2. Time for stage /Instruments setting is maximum 5 minutes.
3. Maximum number of accompanists allowed is two.
4. Item can be presented in either Hindustani or Karnatak style.
5. Film songs are not allowed under this item.
6. Sufficient thought and care must be exercised in the choice of Raga and composition.
7. Judgement will be based on the qualities like, taal, selection of Raga, composition and general impression.
(b) Classical Instrumental Solo (Percussion- Tal Vadya)
1. Only one entry per institution is allowed. Duration of performance – 10 minutes
2. Time for stage /Instruments setting is maximum 5 minutes
3. Maximum number of accompanists allowed is two.
4. Participants must bring their own instruments.
5. Item can be presented in either Hindustani or Karnatak style.
6. Judgement will be based on the qualities like, taal, selection of Raga, composition and general impression.
(c) Classical Instrumental Solo (Non -Percussion- Swar Vadya)
1. Only one entry per institution is allowed. Duration of performance – 10 minutes
2. Time for stage /Instruments setting is maximum 5 minutes
3. Maximum number of accompanists allowed is two.
4 Participants must bring their own instruments. Casio will not be allowed
5. Instruments of western origin adapted to the India Raga system are allowed.
6. Item can be presented in either Hindustani or Karnatak style.
7. Judgement will be based on the qualities like, swara, tal, selection of Raga, composition and general
impression.
(d) Light Vocal (Indian)
1. Only one entry per institution is allowed.
2. Time for stage /Instruments setting is maximum 2 minutes.
3. The number of accompanists allowed shall not be more than two.
4. Duration of the song shall be between 4 to 6 minutes.
5. Only non-film songs / geet/ ghazal / bhajan / shabad and abhanges can be presented. Judgement will
be made on the qualities like swara, taal, selection of raga, composition and general impression.
30th INTER-UNIVERSITY CENTRAL ZONE YOUTH FESTIVAL
Organised by
BERHAMPUR UNIVERSITY, BERHAMPUR, ODISHA
in collaboration with
ASSOCIATION OF INDIAN UNIVERSITIES (AIU), NEW DELHI
(Sponsored by : The Ministry of Skill Development, Entrepreneurship, Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India)
NOVEMBER 25 - 29, 2014
(e.) Western Vocal Solo
1. Only one entry per institution is allowed.
2. Time for stage /Instruments setting is maximum 2 minutes.
3. The number of accompanists allowed shall not be more than two.
4. Duration of the song shall be between 4 to 6 minutes.
5. Language of the song shall only be English.
6. Judgement will be made on the qualities like, composition rhythm, coordination and general impression.
(f.) Group Songs (Indian)
1. Only one entry per institution is allowed.
2. A team has to present two songs, one patriotic and another will be a folk song.
3. Maximum 6 singers in a group and number of accompanists playing instruments shall be 3.
4. The group songs should be taken from Indian songs which can be in regional language.
5. No film song should be presented as group song
6. Maximum time allowed for the group song is 10 minutes, which does not include setting time. The
setting time for a group shall not exceed 4 minutes.
7. Judging of this items will be on the basis of quality of singing only and not on make-up, costumes and
action of the team.
(g) Group Songs
1. Only one entry per institution is allowed.
2. Maximum 6 singers in a group and number of accompanists playing instruments shall be 3.
3. The group songs should be taken from English language.
4. Maximum time allowed for the group song is 10 minutes, which does not include setting time. The
setting time for a group shall not exceed 5 minutes.
5. Judging of this items will be on the basis of quality of singing only and not on make-up, costumes and
action of the team.
(h) Folk Orchestra
1. Each University can send only one team.
2. The team shall consist of up to 12 participants.
3. The group can consist of all boys or all girls or combined.
4. The duration of the performance will be a minimum for 7 minute and a maximum for 10 minutes.
This does not include setting time which shall not be more than 5 minutes.
5. Up to three professional accompanists are allowed who should be in different dress from the student
participants so that they could be easily identified.
6. The professional accompanists shall sit / stand separately from the participants and shall not lead the
team. The team may present preferably those folk tunes which are recognized as folk tunes of the State
to which the University belongs.
2. DANCE
(a) Folk / Tribal Dance
1. Only one entry per institution is allowed
2. Maximum 10 participants allowed per team. The team may consist of all boys, all girls or a mixture
of both.
3. The number of accompanists permissible is five.
4. The dance can be either primitive or a folk dance (Indian Style) but not a classical one.
5. Duration of dance should not be more than 10 minutes.
6. Three copies of a brief note giving the theme and the text of song if any, is to be submitted along with
the entry form at the time of registration.
7. The participating team will be responsible for removal of their sets / properties, etc., immediately after
the completion of their performance.
8. Judgement will be based on the basis of Rhythm, Formation, Expression, Costumes, Make-up, Sets
and on overall effect.
9. Time for sets/ instruments setting is maximum 5 minutes.
(b) Classical Dance (Indian)
1. Each Institute can send only one entry.
2. The classical dance can be from any of the approved schools of dance such as Kathak, Kathakali,
Bharat Natyam, Xatriya, Manipuri, Kuchipudi, Mohiniattam, Odissi, etc.
3. Participant will be allowed up to 15 minutes including time for preparation. Maximum three
accompanists are permissible.
4. Judgement will be based on the qualities like tal, Technique, Rhythm, Abhinaya or Expression,
Costumes, Footwork and general impression.
5. Three copies of a brief note on the description of dance story involved in it, if any, and of the
accompanying song with its meaning in Hindi or English must be submitted at the time of registration.
3. LITERARY EVENTS
(a) Quiz
1. Each Institute can send a team of three students.
2. There will be a written preliminary round and teams will be elected for the final.
3. Finals will be oral with audio- visual questions.
4. The specific rules regarding evaluation procedure, time to reply a particular answer and the type of
round will be given before the actual start of the competition.
(b) Elocution
1. Each University will be represented by only one speaker.
2. Medium of expression will be Hindi or English
3. Each speaker will be allowed to speak for maximum five minutes in the Zonal Festival and 10 minutes
in the National Festival.
4. Subject / Topic of Elocution will be announced in the managers’ meeting.
5. The performance will be judged in one language.
6. The item shall be prose or poetry and not song.
7. The sequence of speakers will be decided by a draw of lots.
(c) Debate
1. Each University will be represented by the two participants, one will speak FOR, while another will
speak AGAINST the motion.
2. Medium of the debate will be in Hindi or in English.
3. Topics of the Debate will be announced 24 hours in advance.
4. Each speaker will be allowed to speak for maximum five minutes in the Zonal Festival and 10 minutes
in the National Festival.
5. The competitor from each University will speak FOR and AGAINST the motion. Paper reading is
not allowed.
4. THEATRE
(a) One Act Play
1. Only one entry shall be accepted from each University.
2. The duration of the play should not exceed 30 minutes.
3. Time will be counted as soon as the signal is given to start the play or to start the introduction,
whichever is earlier. For stage setting and removal of set and properties, up to 10 minutes will be
given after taking charge of the stage.
4. The number of participants should not exceed 9 and the maximum number of accompanists should
not exceed 3. The participating team shall bring their own set / stage paraphernalia, make up materials,
etc., light and general paraphernalia such as ordinary furniture which may be provided on advance
information.
5. Participants may speak in Hindi, English or any regional language of India. In case the language is
regional one, the synopsis of the play with translation in English or Hindi must be submitted to the
In-charge of the competition on the day of registration.
6. The participating team must report to the In-Charge of the competition at least two hours before the
presentation of the play.
7. Judgement will be based on the qualities of the play like theme, work on acting, stage craft, design and
general impression, etc.
8. Decision of the panel of judges will be final and binding upon all.
9. Accompanists will either speak from the background or will play upon musical instruments for
background music. They shall be required to appear on the stage.
(b) Skit
1. Only one team per University will be allowed.
2. Maximum number of participants allowed is six.
3. Maximum time allotted for each team is 10 minutes.
4. Use of make-up, drapery and background music is allowed. No personal remarks, aspersions, character
assassination, etc, is allowed.
5. Participating team should submit 3 copies of the synopsis of the theme of the skit along with language
of presentation (Hindi or English) on the day of the registration.
6. The presentation will be judged basically on the qualities like theme, work on acting, stage craft,
design and general impression.
7. Vulgarity or bitter insinuations in presentation should be avoided. Only innocent satire or humour is
expected.
(c) Mime
1. Only one entry per University will be entertained
2. Maximum number of participants allowed is six.
3. Judgement will be based on the qualities like idea, creativity of presentation, use of make-up, music
and general impression.
4. Maximum Duration of performance shall be 5 minutes.
(d) Mimicry
1. Each participant shall be given 5 minutes item both in the Zonal and Inter Zonal Festivals.
2. Participants may mimic sound of machines and speeches of will know persons etc. including film
personalities
3. Only one entry per institute will be entertained
4. Marking will be based on:
(i) Skill imitating
(ii) Variety of sound and voices imitate
(iii) Presentation
5. FINE ARTS:
(a) On the spot painting
1. Each University will be represented by one participant.
2. Item will be conducted on the spot and participants will be requested to do painting on the subject
given by the In-charge (s) of the competition.
3. Duration will not be more than 2 hours 30 minutes.
4. Size of the painting will be half imperial size drawing paper i.e. 22 inches x 15 inches
5. Painting can be done in oil, water, poster or pastel colours.
6. Candidate shall bring their own material like brushes, paints etc. only the paper / sheet will be provided
by the host University.
(b) Collage
1. Each University will be represented by one participant.
2. Item will be conducted on the spot on the given topic / subject, sheet size 15"x 22"
3. Duration will not be more than 2 hours 30 minutes.
4. Participants shall bring their own scissors, pasting and other material required for the contest.
5. College has to be prepared from old magazines. The host University will provide the drawing paper of
the size 15"x 22".
(c) Poster Making
1. Each University will be represented by one participant.
2. Item will be conducted on the spot and the participants will be requested to do poster making on the
subject / topic / theme given by the In-charge of the competition.
3. Duration will not be more than 2 hours 30 minutes.
4. Participants shall bring their own material. Only the drawing paper / sheet 22" x15" will be provided
by the organizers.
(d) Clay Modelling
1. Each University will be represented by one participant.
2. Item will be conducted on the spot.
3. Duration will not be more than 2 hours 30 minutes.
4. Topics / size and other specific rules shall be announced on the spot.
5. Clay shall be provided by the host University.
(e) Cartooning
1. Each University will be represented by one participant
2. Item will be conducted on the spot given subject / idea
3. Duration will not be more than 2 hours 30 minutes
4. Participants shall bring their own material. Only the Drawing paper 22" x 15" will be provided by
the host University.
(f) Rangoli
1. Each University will be represented by one participant
2. Duration will not be more than 2 hours 30 minutes
3. Participants shall bring their own material. This art is know differently in various regions such as
Mandna, Alpana, Alekhan , Kolam, Rangoli, etc. For this the medium and form for expression can be
free hand, pictorial and descriptive. Only one medium shall be used – Poster Colours or Petals or Saw
– dust or Pulses or Rice without pasting.
4. The participants shall have to prepare a rangoli within the space provided by the organizer.
(g) Spot Photography:
1. Each University will be represented by one participant
2. The participant has to bring his / her own digital camera of not more than 12 mega pixels.
3. The digital camera should have a memory card which will be formatted by the judges before the
commencement of the contest.
4. The time will be 2.30 hours.
5. The participant has to capture 5 photographs on the theme announced on the spot by the judges.
6. No mixing, matching or morphing of photographs will be permitted.
7. Software such as Photoshop, etc., for enhancing images is not permitted.
8. The organizers will have all rights for the use of these pictures as and when they deem fit.
9. Digital images are evaluated on the basis of (i) IMPACT (ii) COMPOSITION (iii) TECHNICAL
QUALITY and (iv) SUITABILITY for the specific theme.
10. The additional instructions will be announced on the spot.
(h) Installation
1. There will be four participants from each university.
2. No accompanists are allowed.
3. Installation has to be done on the given theme with the help of articles provided on the spot.
4. Minimum time of completion of the installation is 2 hrs.
5. Maximum of 2 hrs and 30 min time will be allowed.
6. The installation will be judged on imagination, creativity, contemporary idea and originality.
7. More instructions will be given at the spot of the event.
IMPORTANT
• The participants are requested to study the rules and regulations for the various events given
above.
• The decision of the Judges appointed for different events shall be final and binding upon all.
• Protests may be lodged by Team Managers with the Organising Secretary along with a fee @ Rs
1000/=(One thousand) only per event substantiating the complaint with at least five specific
reasons and documentary evidence(if any). The decision of the Technical Committee shall be final
and binding upon all.
To be sent to the Convenor, 30th Inter University Central Zone Youth Festival,
Berhampur University, Berhampur before Nov.07, 2014
Particulars to be sent
1. Registration fees (@Rs 300/ per person
of the contingent)*
2. Registration Form No. 1
3. Registration Form No. IV
To be submitted at the Registration Desk on Arrival
Particulars to be submitted To Whom Whether ready
to submit for submission
1. Receipt of submission of Registration Total Rs
Registration Fees to AIU Desk
2. Refundable Caution Money of Rs 1500/- Do
3. Registration Form No-I, II &IV Do
(Duplicate)
4. Registration Form No. III
(Duplicate for each event) Do
5. Flag –2, Banner -2 Do
6. Photograph of each participant
(2 copies) for Identity card Do
7. Attested Photocopies of
(i) Date of Birth Certificate and
(ii) University Identity Card Do
8. Eventwise/Item wise Venue In- Charge at the
participation list in duplicate respective Auditorium
9. English Transcript of Theatrical Venue In- Charge at the
and Musical Event respective Auditorium
TO BE COLLECTED FROM THE REGISTRATION DESK
(1) Identity Card for each participant (2) Food Coupon (3) Revised Programme Schedule
*Registration Fee of the contingent to be
in the form of A/c payee DD drawn in
favour of “Convenor, IUCZYF14” payable
at SBI, Bhanja Bihar.
CHECK LIST
For more details please contact :
Dr. N. R. Misra
Cultural Coordinator, Berhampur University
Convenor, 30th IUCZYF, Bhanja Bihar, Berhampur-760 007, Odisha
Cell : 09437187266, email : nrmisramba@gmail.com / iuczyf14bu@gmail.com

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