TREASURE HUNT (Avay Keshri – 9800396090/ Salani Gupta – 8250653762)

“Rise And shine. It is hunting time!”

A game in which each team tries to be the first to find the treasure with the help of clues, which have been hidden.


  • One team from each college can participate with maximum five members.
  • Registrations are invited for first ten teams only.
  • The Treasure Hunt consists of five clues, each one leading to the next clue.
  • The clues are to be found in a particular order. A team cannot skip a clue. Skipping a clue leads to disqualification of the team.
  • Do not search for clues in off-limit areas.
  • If participants find other team’s clue by any chance they are not supposed to tamper it. A violation of this rule could cause disqualification of their team.
  • If the participants move any object to search the clue, kindly replace it back.
  • All the clues of the teams are different and located at different places but the final destination i.e. the treasure is same. The team, which finds the treasure, wins first.
  • Decisions taken by the judges will be treated as fair and final.

TUG OF WAR (Puja Jaiswal – 7031367475/ Asha Tharuka – 9064678560)

“Battle of mind and might.”

A contest in which two teams pull at opposite ends of a rope until one drags the other over a central line.


  • A team should have 8 members.
  • There is no weight limit of the participant.
  • There can be a maximum of two teams from each college (one boys team and one girls team)
  • The game involves usage of single equipment i.e. a rope.
  • Using abusive language is strictly prohibited.
  • There will be a total of 3 rounds knockouts, semi-finals and finals.
  • The game will start when the referee blows the whistle, each team can start pulling the rope into their territory along with the members of opposition team.

CARDBOARD TENNIS (Ganesh Banik – 7557066562/ Bipasha Ghosh- 8327686633)

“Let’s play tennis with a twist.”


  • Each team should have two players. Two teams (one from boys and one from girls) can participate in the event.
  • No age limit / No weight restrictions.
  • Each team will get two cardboards and a ball.

KALAMKARI RANGOLI (Bhavna Singh – 6295021372/ Shandya Chettri- 9083456297)

“Representing your creative mind through art of colours!”

Rangoli is a folk art created on a floor to represent creative expression.The teams have to represent the Rangoli art within the time frame and judging will be done on the basis of, creativity, appearance and perfection .


  • Design of the rangoli should be of kalamkari art.
  • The area provided for Rangoli will be 3ft x 3ft for each team.
  • There will be only one round in the competition.
  • Maximum time allocated to complete the Rangoli is two hours.
  • Each team will be responsible for the arrangement of the materials required to prepare the Rangoli.
  • Only powder and duster colour can be used for making Rangoli.
  • The participant will not be allowed to refer or use any printed material or mobile phone.
  • A group will have only two participants.
  • Maximum two teams are allowed to participate from each college.