Rules and regulations: ................................. 2 Art .................................................................... 4 Business .......................................................... 7 Computer ........................................................ 9 Dance ............................................................. 11 Drama ............................................................ 13 Fashion ........................................................... 16 Help & Info ..................................................... 17 Lit & Lang .......................................................18 MUN ................................................................ 20 Music ............................................................. 22 Science ......................................................... 26 Sports ............................................................ 27

Rules and regulations:
• • • • • • • • For disciplinary reasons we suggest that one member of staff accompanies every 10 students. Students who are not part of Vivum will not be allowed on the school campus. All students must be pre registered and this will be verified against the requested lists of names. Students will not be allowed to leave the campus before signing out at the registration desk. Malpractice or not abiding by rules in any of the events will result in immediate disqualification in that event. Students should wear uniform to all events unless stated in the requirements of the event. Visiting staff are required to assist TISB staff when required to do so. The visiting staff is responsible for behavior of their students and must be proactive at all times to prevent any untoward incidents. The principal of TISB reserves the right to deny further access to any school should any misbehavior occur. Participants and staff are required to wear visitor’s badges around their necks at all times during their stay on the campus. Items which are not necessary for the competition should not be brought into the campus. Participants are prohibited to carry plastic water bottles to the school. All participants will be subject to a mandatory health check before entry to the campus TISB reserves the right to confiscate unnecessary and violating objects at any time.

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Fire Evacuation procedure:
When the siren sounds, do not panic Remain silent and await your teacher’s instructions Follow your teacher out of the building using the appropriate exit route as shown on the map located in the class rooms. • Leave all your belongings in the building • Remain in silence as you exit the building • Do not rush, push, or in any way obstruct the movement of people • Follow your teacher in silence to the assigned meeting point as indicated on the classroom map and as instructed by your teacher • Once at the meeting point, line up in groups for registration as instructed by staff at the meeting point. Remain silent • Await dismissal or further instructions by the principal or deputy principals. Please note that the school will not be held accountable for the loss or breakage of all personal belongings including items that have been confiscated. • • •

pants. Sunglasses are not allowed in school buildings Provocative or revealing clothes are not permitted. . skirts must be fitted at the waist Spaghetti strapped vests are not permitted Kindly Note: The VIVUM 2009 Organizers and HOD’s reserve the right to amend the rules and regulations as and when it is seen fit to do so. If such amendments are made you will be promptly notified. This is to ensure that teams/participants do not exploit loopholes in the rules and helps everybody to enjoy the events in a just manner.Dress code: • • • • • • Skirts and dress length should not exceed more than two inches above the knee. Logos or wordings on dress must not be offensive Trousers.

Materials: • • • • • • • • • • • Paints . Participants are not allowed to bring their own supplies. Violation of any of these rules. One art room. No staff member or non-student may participate. The duration of the event will be 2 ½ hours. may lead to anything from negative marking to direct disqualification. we cordially invite every participant of every event in Vivum to design their very own Vivum logo. Judging Criteria: • • • • • The precise use of materials given Creativity and Ideation Presentation of the work Aspects of Multiculturalism Uniqueness . depending upon the degree of severity. for Vivum’s first ever installation art piece.acrylic Pencils Erasers Sketch pens Pastels Scrap materials Colored paper Staplers and staple pins Color pencils Board News paper Rules and Regulations: • • • • • • Multiple entries from a single school will be accepted. a V. A maximum of three participants are allowed for a team. This year.Art Design a V: One idea. One letter.

you do have a paint brush. may lead to anything from negative marking to direct disqualification. The event will be held for 2 hours. Fortunately.A Picture is worth a Thousand Words: It’s story time.acrylic Pencils Erasers A Poem Sketch pens Pastels Colored paper White paper Staplers and staple pins Color pencils Rules and Regulations: • • • • • • Multiple entries from a single school will be accepted. you don’t have a pen on you. This event calls on participants to illustrate a selection of poetry and prose. Participants are not allowed to bring their own supplies. Materials: • • • • • • • • • • Paints . No staff member or non-student may participate. A maximum of two participants are allowed per team. Judging Criteria: • • • • The precise use of materials given Creativity and Ideas Presentation of the work Relevance to the piece . depending upon the degree of severity. Violation of any of these rules. and unfortunately.

depending upon the degree of severity. they’ll need to wax philosophical about their choices afterward. Violation of any of these rules. The event will be held for 1 1/2 hours. may lead to anything from negative marking to direct disqualification. Judging Criteria: • • • • The precise use of materials given Creativity Presentation of the work Innovative skills . Materials brought by the participants are not allowed. And as if that wasn’t enough.Lost in Translation: It’s time to unearth the budding philosopher inside you because this event calls for a lot more than just artistic talent. A maximum of two participants are allowed for a team. No staff member or non-student may participate. Materials: • • • • • • • • • • A picture Paints . The picture must be pinned on to the final submission. We hope to find a couple of Platos among you all. the nearest man made equivalent.acrylic Pencils Erasers Sharpeners Sketch pens Pastels Color pencils Pins White paper Rules and Regulations: • • • • • • • Multiple entries from a single school will be accepted. Participants will be given living objects and asked to dream up and design paint.

Judging Criteria: The contestant with the best solution. Participants start off with a sizeable amount of “money” which they must proceed to multiply on Vivum’s “Wall Street” using stock information from “News Flashes” issued to them hourly.Business Risk Stock Win: Battle the ever present forces of the market in this extremely detailed stock simulation game. Calculators will be provided. Look before you leap. Then. the two chairpersons (our judges) will announce the verdict and proclaim the Vivum Economic Emperor. presentation and convincing skills will win They will be judged by the “chairpersons” holding the meeting . Each contestant will get 15 minutes to prepare their solutions. both fixed and liquid will wins. Rules and Regulations: • • • Each school may nominate only one participant. Teams will invest in companies and change in stocks will be decide their ‘fate’. Judging Criteria: • Teams with the most money in the end. with reasons. Finally. each participant will be given five minutes to present a practical solution and will have to answer a three minute rebuttal round. Contestants will be given a real-time business problem and a meager fifteen minutes together to come up with solutions. They will have to come up with a solution to the problem. Each team will have a stock broker provided by us. Corporate Jungle: Get ready for Vivum’s very own Boardroom Blitz. Rules and Regulations: • • • • Each team consists of 3 people.

of course. Teams will be given a minimum price to sell the product at and must use all their marketing acumen to sell the product above that price. The winner. The Apprentice. Teams must keep clean and legible accounts. As you can see. Teams can use free time to make advertisements and can make a maximum of 3 radio advertisements. Violation of any of these rules will result in automatic disqualification of the team. . Ready! Set! SELL! Rules and Regulations: • • • • • • • • • • Teams of 3 from each team Teams must sell a homogenous product. Judging criteria: • Teams will be judged on total revenue. Participants are given a limited stock of consumer product to sell. We will NOT provide any change. is the one whose haggling skills run unparalleled. Teams have a total of 4 hours with 2 hours per day. Teams may not leave the selling allocated area. the rules of the game are a little different this time around.Apprenticeship: We interrupt this broadcast to bring you the latest news from Vivum's version of the popular show. Teams can make deals and set up attractions.

Each team will consist of 5 members. Use of foul language or shouting during the match will result in the team’s immediate disqualification from the tournament. The third map will be decided by the organizers and each of the teams will play once as CT and once as T in each of the maps. If there is a tie then there will be a knifing round in which the toss loser decides whether his team is to be CT or T. The remixed track should be between 3-7 minutes long. Typing text messages to the other team is prohibited. Each team will have a leader. Each team will play two sets of rounds: once as Counter Terrorists (CT) and once as Terrorists (T). With a time limit. Judging Criteria: The team with the most seamless and multicultural track will win. It might be played during the closing ceremony. The teams cannot use any sound clips other than those provided by us (the clips included in the software can be used. Welcome to Vivum’s very own Counter Strike tournament where teams must go head to head in the popular first person shooter game and compete for the title of Vivum’s Commando Kings! Rules and Regulations: • • • • • • • • • • • • The tournament will be held in Counter Strike – Condition Zero. but the winner of the toss will get to decide whether to be T first or CT after the map is chosen. Rules and Regulations: • • • • The event consists of one round. Mix Master: Think you can do it better than the blow-outs who wrote the songs? Then show us what you’ve got in Vivum’s very own Mix-Off where teams must construct a remix from a selection of tracks. .Computer Strategic Strike: FIRE IN THE HOLE. and the winner will choose a map from the list randomly by way of chits.) Any vulgar or offensive content will lead to immediate disqualification of the team. There will be a toss between the captains. Each team will proceed to the next stage only of they win in the previous round. The fixtures of the matches will be decided by the organizers and will be told in advance to the participants. For the finals the 2 teams will choose one map each. Each team will play eleven rounds in each CT and T. The winning song will be frequently played on VIVUM Radio.

Adobe Photoshop CS4(if any additional software is required. The website should have a minimum of 5 tabs. Judging Criteria: • • • Participants will be judged on their knowledge of the software. participants have to edit a given image related to Global warming and the best edit picture wins. we at Vivum thought why not find who is the “Da Vinci” of computers? In this exciting designing competition. The Internet will be turned OFF during this event. and will be asked to modify it using software’s provided. The participants can bring their own Input/output devices as these are recommended when comes to designing.Web Master: Tired of boring old websites? Well now’s your chance to mix things up with Vivum’s Web Master competition where participants must fashion their own Web Site using pictures and animations supplied by Vivum’s Photography department. Electro Da Vinci: In the world where the works of Leonardo Do Vinci are just a few clicks away. Any attempt to submit a pre-made website will result in disqualification. No other assistance will be given in any other form. Duration: 2 hours Rules and regulations: • • • • Participants will be given an image. The internet will be turned OFF during the event. please send the request at least 2 weeks in advance) . The team has 3 days to make its website. Rules and Regulations: • • • • • • The team can use flash. Any offensive or vulgar pictures will result in immediate disqualification of the team. Software’s to be used: Autodesk 3D Max. Participants will also be judged on their creativity and their editing skills.

Confidence of the participants. Coordination with the music. 5. In all the events. Have fun.Dance Battle Grounds: Welcome to Vivum’s very own Dance-Off where contestants from participating schools must dance their way off the stage and onto the streets in a Break Dance Battle Royale. a major part of the judging criteria will be the confidence of the participant/s. 2. picking the winner on the basis of his or her moves as well as his or her improvisations in relation to his or her opponent. The contest takes place in the form of elimination rounds. Rules and regulations: 1. There is no preparation time. The DJ Don't Like You: Oh no! The Vivum DJ's gone and mixed up all his records! Contestants in this competition will have to throw their carefully choreographed routines to the wind as they put themselves at the mercy of a DJ with a vindictive sense of humor. Teams must improvise along with the random order of songs played. Judging criteria: • • The participants will be judged on the basis of how well the participants can adapt to the music and change their style. 4. the other must neither perform nor interfere with his opponent. Participants will be required to perform on stage for 4 minutes during which the music will change a grand total of 10 times. Song Lists will be sent to the contestants one or two days prior to Vivum. Contestants will be judged by the applause their routenes garner. 3. Skill. the host of the show will act as a judge. Contestants will be given a two minute time limit in which to do their thing and the winners will be judged by the applause and crowd they gather. 6. The participants must dance between 4 and 5 minutes. 3. In the event of an equal applause. Rules and Regulations: • • • • This is a solo dance event. Contestants will be performing against each other at the same time. 2. Judging Criteria: 1. . When one participant is dancing .

But those are the kind of props participants will be expected to cope with in this unforgettably wacky event. There will be a maximum of 6 people in each team. Contestants must prepare their spectacular dance routines in advance and will be handed their prop approximately two minutes before being ushered onto stage to strut their stuff. Any use of vulgar or offensive gestures during the performance may result in automatic disqualification for the team. There will be a maximum of 8 and a minimum of 6 teams.Shake that THING: Let's face it. The songs will also be given on the spot with the props. The steps may be taken for other dances but the routines should be original. Don't forget your sense of humor. Rules and Regulations: • • • • • • • Teams are give 1 hour to device a piece The pieces must be 2-3 minutes. A set of hula hoops or a giant paper airplane doesn't exactly make the best dance partner. Coordination of the group will also be considered. Judging criteria: • • • How well the props are used The coordination with the song. .

Rules and Regulations: • • • • Each participating school send a group of 4-5 students to perform a street show.Drama TISB International Street Show Festival: Welcome to Vivum’s very own Tour de Drama where small stages set up on the streets around the campus for individual teams. sharp equipments or animals are allowed in the performance. It doesn’t have to be a play or a skit. . Juggling and acrobatics are allowed as long as they are street performance of the assigned countries. Each participating schools have to give details about their performance outline. The performance should be able to adapt with time limit and cannot be longer than 10 minutes. • • Judging Criteria: • • • • • Appropriate choice of performance Creativity Safety precautions taken during the performance Use of Props. Teams must aim to please the crowd rather in addition to conveying messages of Multiculturalism as they go along. There is only one round. props used. duration and props used one week before the event. No dangerous props or use of fire. and props needed 2 weeks before the event. Each school will be assigned the regions or continent of performance three weeks before the event. Each participating school gets to perform for the judges only once. title and type of the performance. The performance can be of any kind. number and names of the participants. No performance should be dangerous. Violation of rules and dangerous performance can be cancelled before the competition and may lead to disqualification. Performers and given Space Skills used in the performance Relevant Details to be submitted by the participating schools: • All participating schools must submit school’s name.

Actor’s skills Use of given theme Use of space Use of music given Content of the story Exposition scene Ending scene Relevant Details to be submitted by the participating schools: • All participating schools must submit school’s name. Each team is given 3 hours to prepare for the performance. participating groups will be given a meager 3 hours to construct a piece of theatre based on props given to them. number and names of the participants 2 weeks before the events. theme and a piece of music will be given at the beginning of the preparation time. They will be judged on acting skills and relevance. Judging criteria: • • • • • • • • Creativity and appropriateness in using given items in the performance.Prop It Up: In this event. All the given items must be used in the performance and the performance must be centered around the theme given. Violation of rules may lead to disqualification. . Rules and Regulations : • • • • • • Participating school sends a team of not more than 7 performers and 2 stage managers. The performance shall not be longer than 15 minutes. total of 9 students in a team. Props.

Rules and Regulations: • • • • Participating school sends a team of not more than 2 performers. No preparation time is given. You have the rights to be creative with it as soon as you get on stage. Relevant Details to be submitted by the participating schools: • All participating schools must submit school’s name. This is where you show your improvisation and persuasive talent.00 pm onwards Venue: • Afternoon. No preparation time! Participating groups of not more than 2 students using dramatic negotiation skills to persuade the opposite team in the given situation. Violation of rules may lead to disqualification. prefer Auditorium but if really not possible we’d love to have the drama room. The participants have to try to adjust to the given situation and try to get out of the given crisis. Judges have the rights to stop the performance if the performers block the performer of the opposite team. Time: • Competition in the afternoon 1.ACT UP: Improvisation is the core of this event. • Requirements: • Design & Deco department to help with posters. . number and names of the participants 2 weeks before the event.

Each participant will have a posed picture taken. Rules and regulations: • • • • • Each team has a maximum of 3 members. Judging Criteria: • • • How well the theme is portrayed. The pose during the picture. Then each participant must walk down a ramp in cat walk. Get sowing. Ramp-age: Think you’re a prodigy of the fashion world? Well this is your chance to prove it with Vivum’s flashiest and meanest show around. Amount each team spent. Then each team will be given 20 minutes to dress a team member. Each team will be given a certain amount of monopoly money.Fashion Divine Design: Think you’re a fashion virtuoso? Think your designs have the spunk to stand out? Say hello to Vivum’s latest fashion craze. Divine Design where participants must spend monopoly money to buy materials from which they must fashion stylish outfits. Each team will be given 10 minutes to “shop” for all their requirements. Theme: Multiculturalism Judging Criteria: • • • How well the culture is displayed. The dressing of the member. Attitude of the participants. Participants must assemble their outfits on the outside and proceed to strut their stuff in front of our panel of judges. Each team must follow the theme of multiculturalism. Ramp-age. Rules and regulations: • • • • Participants must wear their own clothes. Get cat walking. . Contestants will be judged on their ensemble and their swagger.

Each stop will hold clues and the participants will have to complete a task successfully. They need to complete the task at every checkpoint to get the clue for their next checkpoint. The finishing line is a common one with four checkpoints along the way. teams will be eliminated at each check point in such a way. Physical Prowess and Mental Ability collide. The hosts will have traffic poles or stops at different places. Rules and Regulations: • • • • • 5 teams with 4 players each. and get the clues at the stops to go the next one.Help & Info Vivathon: Welcomes to the Vivathon where Treasure Hunts. The checkpoints will be named after cities around the world and the clues will be short information about cities.) The team that finishes the first wins the race and wins a surprise gift. Relevant Details to be submitted by Participating Schools: • • Name of the school Names and grades of the participants . (This rule needs to be discussed with the cultural dept. According to the number of participating schools. so that in the end only four teams will be left for the final tasks. Each team is expected to finish the given tasks at each level of the race.

Participants will be faced with the mammoth task of constructing a seamless story from a series of disconnected events. Words such as “uh” and “erm” are forbidden Contestants will be given paper to work on before they are asked to come up and speak. Rules and Regulations: • • • • • 2 to 3 contestants from each school No stuttering or repetition of points Any profanity or Vulgarity will result in the immediate disqualification of the respective contestant. Don't Stop Talking. While speaking. But in this. Rules and Regulations: • • • No offensive language Strict word limit of 800-1000 words Each group must consist of three participants. event. Judging Criteria: • • • • How well they have used the language to convey their ideas Incorporation of the lines into the story How well they link/adapt to the non-sequitor line Holistic judgment . however. Participants will be given a random topic and then be booted into the spotlight for a full 5 minutes. and all within a pressing time limit. Have a happy ending. they cannot read off of/refer to this paper. contestants will be Connecting the Plots. Judging Criteria: • • • Fluency Content & Ideas Staying on topic Unraveling a Story: Welcome to Vivum's literary version of a classic children's puzzle game.Lit & Lang Gift of the Gab: It's time to put those motor-mouths to good use and see if you have the eloquence and diction to win this event. How do you win? Easy.

The Vivum Contemporary Poetry Contest: This year. the contestant will meet immediate Disqualification and/or further consequences. either recited or rapped. All participants must email a soft copy of their poems one day before the event. Any use of profanity or vulgarity in the poem or rap will result in immediate disqualification. Vivum invites participants to explore the vastly fluctuating body of consciousness that is soul with a flurry of contemporary poetry. Contestants will be judged according to content. Rules and Regulations: • • • • Poems must be a minimum of 1 minute and maximum of 3 minutes long. If said copy is found to have been plagiarized in any way. style and diction. .

MUN ViMUN: As every year. and will find a solution to this grave and imminent crisis at hand. we have been inspired to take the world back in time to 1946. 1) 2) 3) The Indian National Congress The Muslim League The British TISB has dared to think different. This year. we suggest you learn of an MUN (points on the floor. they will differ in opinion. the British are wondering what to do but will second the side which they feel has a stronger point The Agenda: • • • • • • Delegates must discuss how to settle the Calcutta riot first Then starts the possibility of the partition The economic. The task is challenging for while on the first . The possibility Of A Partition For this Model summit is complex yet interesting. On the second.shorter resolutions) and can also make Press Releases. social and political impact of a partition. the INC wants one nation. reasoning will be key Maximum of 6 delegates per school (remember. delegates are supposed to work together to help the general good. directives) before opting for this The INC and the Muslim league is supposed to maintain its basic stance. we would encourage those with experience in the past. Points to note: • • The stage is set in 1946. Vivum invites its participants to engage in the thrilling and informative reproduction of a select group of departments of the United Nations that is ViMUN. Delegates will debate this contentious issue.you will be against each other) • • • . a day after Direct Action Day in Calcutta The Muslim league wants a separate state of Pakistan.Calcutta riot issue. why we should have it (Muslim league) or why we should not (INC) The committee will pass resolutions (rather directives . The British will have a major role in the votes Requirements: • Each delegate must submit position papers on two issues a. if not. acting as the most influential players in the conflict.the Indo-Pak conflict. The end and restoration post Calcutta Riots b. motions. while we will maintain the same THIMUN format where formality has a major role to play with the same motions and orders to be used on the floor.

. For Further Details contact members of the Secretariat: Sahaan Hattangadi: hsahaan@tisb.com Janani Ramachandran: rjanani@tisb.in Zonu Reddy: zonu92@gmail.ac.ac.Best Delegate.. .Judging Criteria: • • • Four awards will be given .in The MUN guide will reach the participating schools shortly This is one to watch out for. they need not read about him in person. Outstanding Delegate. Honorary Delegate and Best Position Paper Delegates must submit their position papers to be eligible for any award Each delegate will get a political character they will represent. but must research on his party’s vision.

Music Music Through the Ages: Yes. Round 2: The bands that played in round 1 also play in this round. fusion or blues. jazz. There can only be one participating band from each school and it must have a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 7 members. must play for both the rounds. . Judging Criteria: • Selection of music. The bands will get 15 minutes (inclusive of setup time) to play their songs. keyboards. the genre of the song must be either soft rock. Participating bands will have to go through two elimination rounds in the styles from Jazz rock before they get the Green Light for the all out Rock-Off on the final day of Vivum. your band may be the Virtuosos of Rock. All the participating bands must play in the audition round and if chosen to play for the next stage. Materials: The school will supply microphones. No profane or offensive vocals are allowed. acoustic guitars (nylon string and steel string) and drum kit. and Knowledge and understanding of and Adherence to the genre Notation accuracy and fluency Communication and interpretation Relevant Details to be submitted by the participating schools: • Names of the participating bands and all their members. TISB does not participate. Any other instruments will have to be brought by the participating bands. but if that's all you've got. then you just won't make the cut in this competition. the genre of the song must be hard rock or metal. Rules and regulations: • • • • • The song must be between 3 and 7 minutes long. Round 1: The bands that are chosen from the audition round play in this round.

) Rules and regulations: • • • • The song must be between 3 and 6 minutes long. violin. If a participant is chosen to go on to the second round. the selection will be narrowed down to the one and yearly. There is no limit to the number of participants from each school but each participant must sing a different song. the search for Vivum's favorite singer has only gotten fiercer. Eventually. Vivum Idol. acoustic guitars (nylon string and steel string) and drum kit if necessary. A participant is not allowed more than one accompanist. Any other instrument (electric guitars. Contestants will have to sing their hearts out. first in Solo. no accompanist is allowed in the audition round. Materials: The school will supply keyboards. etc. in front of our esteemed (not to mention quirky) panel of judges. Judging Criteria: • • • • • • • • Selection of music Notation accuracy and fluency Technical Facility Communication and interpretation Relevant Details to be submitted by the participating schools: Names of the participants Genre of music Accompanying instruments if any. then with an optional accompaniment. bass guitar. . he/she must sing a different song than the one sung in the preliminary round. woodwind instruments etc) must be brought by the participant along with any required materials (distortion pedals. However.Vivum Idol: Do you think you have what it takes to win it all? This year.

distortion pedals.. There is no limit to the number of participants from each school but each participant must play a different piece. Rules and regulations: • • • • The piece must be between 3 and 6 minutes long. The school will provide music stands if required. the soloist will be penalized. If a participant is chosen to go on to the second round. Any other instrument (electric guitars. . Contestants need to strut their stuff within a # minute time limit. Genre of music to be performed. This has to be performed live by a partner (not recorded) and the school must be informed prior to the event. Some participants. he/she must play a different piece than the one played in the preliminary round. The participants can play their own composition but be advised that this will not fetch you any extra points.) Materials: The school will supply keyboards. where we pit musician against musician and instrument against instrument in an elimination-style musical showdown.Solo Instrumental: Virtuosos from all corners of Vivum are invited to participate in this event. (Need catchy phrase here.). will be allowed accompaniment on the piano. etc. such as violinists performing violin concertos. • Judging Criteria: • • • • Selection of music Notation accuracy and fluency Technical Facility Communication and interpretation Relevant Details to be submitted by the participating schools: Names of the participants and their respective instruments. bass guitar. acoustic guitars (nylon string and steel string) and drum kit. violin. The performance must be a good piece of music and not mere exhibition of skill. woodwind instruments etc) must be brought by the participant along with any required materials (amplifiers. Only the soloist will be judged but if a mistake in the co-ordination disruts the song.

Rules and regulations: • • The song must be between 2 and 6 minutes long. consisting of at least two and at most 7 members. The room provided for each school may lack enough plug points to support all instruments. Only one band. TISB does not participate. Understanding of the chosen medium and of instrumentation. Form and structure. timbre and texture. can participate from a school. Overall impression of music and projection of lyrics. Materials: The school will supply keyboards. distortion pedals. The composed songs will be judged by a jury. etc. hence we advice each school to carry an extension.Composition Competition Lyrics will be provided to the participating schools and they must compose music and complete the song within a given amount of time. Any other instrument must be brought by the participant along with any required materials (amplifiers. acoustic guitars (nylon string and steel string) and drum kit.). Judging Criteria: Working and development of musical ideas. Relevant Details to be submitted by the participating schools: Names of the participants . Microphones will be supplied for the final event and not for the preparation.

let loose into the great blue beyond. Once all the three quizzes have finished the schools total score will be added from all the quizzes and the winner is the one with the highest score. That way its hands on and not boring. Each participant will be given three attempts to solve the cube.Physics. Vivum's multiround extravaganza which tests the mental limits of today’s brightest young minds.Astronomy. The time allotted for building is 1 hours 45 min. 2x2x2 Rubik’s cube speed solve Maximum people per school is 7 Each participant will be responsible for bringing their own cubes. Aeronautics.SCIENCE Rubik Rage: The world’s greatest intellectual challenge. commanding their very own Timber Torpedoes in a miniature Air Show about the campus. The person with the best average is automatically through to the nest round. . History 3rd round – Each team will be presented an object related to what quiz they are in. The competition will be based on the flight distance of the glider A certificate to be awarded to the coolest looking glider. This year. Rounds will be in the form of elimination. Balsa Boeing: With this event. The Science Quiz: Do you think you've got the wits to bag this one? The ViQuiz. Questions will be asked about it. six colors and one solution. 1st round for all quizzes – general questions 2nd round – three different categories for the three quizzes Example . Get twisting! Rules and Regulations: • • • • • Events include: 3x3x3 Rubik’s cube speed solve. • • • • • • There are three separate quizzes in the quiz. Vivum invites participants to realize their dreams and take to the skies. Rules and Regulations: • • • • • Each team must consist of 3 members Participants will be given a debriefing about basic aerodynamics prior to construction. Biology quiz. Chemistry Quiz. Each round two participants are eliminated based on their fastest solving time. you ask? It has six sides. Their best time will be used for judging. Vivum will be host to two Rubik’s Cube Challenges as well as a crash course in how to solve the algorithmic wonders themselves. Participants must design and build their own aircraft over the course of the festival and on the last day.Physics quiz.

11. 8. 300/. The tournaments will be held on 23rd and 24th of September The participating members must be born after the date of July 1st 1991. Other than the participants and teachers no one is allowed in the campus. The tournament is open for invited schools only The draw for the events will be held on 1st of September 2008 at 10:00 am in TISB.SPORTS General rules: 1. Referee’s decision is final. the participant will be required to choose one of the sports Any request for postponement or change of match timings will not be entertained. 4. Teams must be present at the arena 15 minutes before the scheduled time. 3. A team can have a maximum of 4 players and a minimum of 2 players The tie will have two singles matches and one doubles match and will be a ‘best of 3 games’ if a result is achieved at the end of the singles matches the double’s game will not be played. 7. 6. Badminton: 1. Any school wishing to send a representative are welcome do to so but the draw will be held even in the absence of your representative. 2. 3. they will be disqualified if they fail to do so. In the case of a clash. All school rules of TISB must be adhered to and any failure to do this may result in immediate disqualification from the tournament. 9. . Any request for postponement or change of match timings will not be entertained. 6. 5. the team will be disqualified. Teams should be prepared to play two matches a day. The responsibility of conduct and behavior of the student lies on the respective school teachers or coaches. 4. The decision of the organization committee will be final in all regards. 5. A participant is advised to take part in no more than two sports. whose decision on any disciplinary matter is final. Any request for postponement or change of match timings will not be entertained. 7. 2. 10.and within 30minutes after the end of the match by the coach or manager of the team All teams should report 25-30 minutes prior to the match time. The tournament will be for boys and girls The tournament will be played on a knock-out basis. as determined by the Principal of TISB. If any of these rules are not followed. all protest should be made with an appeal fee of Rs. 12.

10. V-Street-5-a-side: 1. .For an attacker offence. 7. If they play the ball outside the area a penalty will be awarded. No player is allowed within the goal area or on the goal line. The team is responsible for the maintenance of the cycles during the event and any damages done to the cycles may result in charges laid upon the team. when the kick-in is being taken No offside law will be applied. the players must take kick-ins and must roll the ball from the kick-in. The opponent must stand at least 1 meter away from the kicker. If the ball goes out of bounds on the sides. 8. 9.Tour De France: 1. The duration of the matches will be 12-5-12 minutes. A team must have 7 players (5 starters and 2 substitutes) Rolling substitutions apply. 6. 4. however these must be made when the ball is in position of the goalkeeper or out of play. 15. 14. 5. 8. When a free-kick or corner is taken. 12. with the exception of the goal keeper. The goal keeper is not allowed to leave the penalty area. 4. a penalty will be awarded . Any interference with other cyclists or unfair methods will not be entertained and may result in the disqualification of the entire team. The cycles without any delay must be handed over to the supervisor immediately after the event. 7. Players will not be allowed to play bare-foot. 10. 2. 11. 3. 2. 5. 9. In this case of a defensive offence. The route map for cycling will be provided to each team upon registration. Schools will be allowed to send two teams each Teams must be present at the arena 15 minutes before the scheduled time. The tournament will be played on a knock-out basis. 16. opponents must stand at least 2 meters away from the ball outside the goal area. 3. Any tampering of own cycles or other teams cycles will result in automatic disqualification from the event. Each team will be provided with 3 cycles where 2 will be on track and 1 will be used as a standby. There will be a maximum of 7 teams participating. raising the ball will lead to position being awarded to the opponent. Players must dress in proper football attire with jersey numbers clearly visible. the player taking the penalty may only take one step before striking the ball. Tour de France is a cycling relay race of five rounds in total. The tournament will be for girls only Any request for postponement or change of match timings will not be entertained. It is the captain’s responsibility to state the rules to all players before the start of the match If a penalty is awarded. The attacking team may then. 13. Schools need to send in the name of the team as well as the participants one week prior to the fest. the ball will be given to the goal keeper to roll out. 6. The referee’s word is final. Each team must have 5 people including one substitute. From a goal kick the goalkeeper must roll the ball out of the area and cannot throw it out aerially.

We can accommodate a maximum of 8 teams. Any request for postponement or change of match timings will not be entertained. due to which the acceptances will be on a first come-first serve basis. In case of a tie during knockout matches. The duration of the matches will be 30-5-30 minutes. 10. No team will be allowed to play with less than seven players in their side. Referee’s decision is final. 8. 4. Players must dress in proper basketball attire with jersey numbers (4-15) clearly visible. Referee’s decision is final. 9. All present FIFA rules will apply. the game will be awarded to the opponent irrespective of the number of goals scored by the said team. 2. 3. Teams must be present at the arena 15 minutes before the scheduled time. The duration of the match will be 10-10-5-10-10 All present FIBA rules will apply. The tournament will be for boys and girls The tournament will be played on a knock-out basis. due to which the acceptances will be on a first come-first serve basis. Players will not be allowed to play bare-foot. 5-2-5 minutes extra time will be played. 7. The tournament will be for boys. Any request for postponement or change of match timings will not be entertained. 2. 7. Players must dress in proper football attire with jersey numbers clearly visible. The tournament will be played on a knock-out basis. No player will be allowed to play without proper shoes. 4. 8. Players will not be allowed to play bare-foot. 3. 6. 6. 5. 9. We can accommodate a maximum of 8 teams. Basketball: 1. 11. 12. followed by sudden death rule. stockings and shin guards. 5. If the tie continues then the kicks from the penalty spot will be applied. During the course of the match. Teams must be present at the arena 15 minutes before the scheduled time.Football: 1. . if any team falls short of seven players.

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