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Rangoli Competition and Poster Competition for Republic

January 25, 2021

Republic day poster competition

To keep up the spirit of Republic Day and Celebrate the biggest festival of the year- 72nd Republic Day of India, Inmantec is organising Poster Competition and Rangoli Competition for Students of BBA, BCA, B.ed, B.Com, D. Pharm, BA-LLB, LLB, MBA, and MCA. Students can register themselves to Prof. Swati Tripathi and Ms. Shreya Chaturvedi. Event will be held on Monday 25th,2021.


Rangoli is originated from the Sanskrit word ‘Rangavalli’. It is a combination of two words Rang can be referred as colors and Holi can be referred as celebration. So, Rangoli is an artistic festivity of colors. There are different names for Rangoli in different regions of India. It is an art form, originating in the Indian subcontinent, in which patterns are created on the floor or the ground using materials such as colored rice, dry flour, colored sand or flower petals. This practice is showcased during occasions such as festivals, auspicious observances, marriage celebrations and other similar milestones and gatherings. Rangoli plays a very vital role in Indian tradition. The purpose of Rangoli is an adornment, to decorate, feel strength, generosity, and it is believed to bring good luck. Sometimes different shapes, colors define different rituals in Indian culture.

Design depictions may also vary as they reflect traditions, folklore, and practices that are unique to each area. Rangoli designs can be simple geometric shapes, deity impressions, or flower and petal shapes. The base material is usually dry or wet powdered rice or dry flour, to which sindoor (vermilion), haldi (turmeric) and other natural colors can be added. Chemical colors are a modern variation. Other materials include red brick powder, colored sand, colored clay and even flowers and petals, as in the case of flower rangolis.

INMANTEC institution is organising a Rangoli competition on January 25, 2021 in the campus. It is a team competition; however, the size of team is limited to 3.

ELIGIBILITY – The contest is open for all students from different streams. Maximum number of participants in a team is threer (3). Contestant should have a valid student identity card to be eligible for participation.

DATE OF CONTEST – January 25, 2021

PRIZE – Top 3 teams will be recognized by INMANTEC through awards.

SPECIAL RULES –Only TWO members can participate in a team. Participants will be responsible for arrangement of the material required to prepare Rangoli.The participants will be expected to deliver a short verbal presentation describing of their work which includes their creative process that brought them to their final work. Stencils and gadgets are not allowed in competition.

VENUE: First Floor, Near Audi 1

TIME DURATION – Two Hours ( 1:00 PM-3:00PM)

EVALUATION CRITERIA – The teams will be evaluated on the basis of Theme relevance, creativity, clarity, overall appearance and color combination. The decision of Judges will be final and binding.

THEME– Rangoli has to be made on the 72nd Indian Republic Day

All the materials required for making Rangoli have to be brought by Participants. An area of 4ft X4ft will be provided to each team.


India is the largest democracy of world and every citizen of India understands the significance of democracy, freedom, constitutional value and patriotism. Patriotism refers to the passionate love one has for their country. This virtue pushes to citizens of a country to work for their country selflessly and make it better. A truly developed country is made up of true patriots. In other words, patriotism means keeping the country’s interest first and then thinking about oneself. Patriotism can be specifically seen during times of war. Moreover, it helps in building the nation stronger. There are other significances of patriotism as well.

So why not use this time and bring out the artist in each of us.

ELIGIBILITY :– The contest is open to all students from different streams. The contestant should have a valid student identity card to be eligible for participation.

DATE OF CONTEST – 25 th January 2021.

THEME – 72ND Republic Day of India
PRIZE -The top 3 entries will be awarded with prizes by INMANTEC. The winner’s names with their respective posters will be showcased at the INMANTEC website, official FaceBook page, newsletter, and other social media platforms.


• Each participant can submit only 1 poster.
• A valid identity proof of school/college must be attached to your entry.
• The poster must be made on the half chart paper, provided by college.
• Acceptable tools for drawing/painting include pencil, crayon, watercolor, oil paint, etc. Photographs, wires, other 3D objects, print-outs won’t be acceptable. It should be original and hand made.
• Name and age of the participant must be clearly mentioned on the right-hand side bottom of the sheet.
• There should be no depiction of national flag and slogan.

JUDGEMENT CRITERIA: Judgment will be based on:

• Relevance to the theme
• Originality
• Artistic composition
• Creativity
• In accordance with the given instructions


January 25, 2021