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Celebrating its 51st year of existence, CFBP has planned to organise a very prestigious unique event in the interest of Consumers by organising Consumer Film Festival comprising of Short Film Competition, Script Writing Contest, Short Story Writing Contest, Street Plays Competition, Poster Competition and Slogan Writing Contest on Consumer Awareness, Consumer Rights and Fair Business Practices in various categories among Professionals, Film makers, Companies, Corporates, Organisations, Students and Individuals, the young upcoming stars and NGO’s.CFBP was established in 1966 by stalwarts of business & industry like Mr. J. R. D. Tata, Mr. Ramkrishna Bajaj, Mr. Arvind Mafatlal, Mr. F.T. Khorakiwala, Mr. Naval Tata, Mr. S.P. Godrej, Mr. J.N. Guzder and Keshab Mahindra and others who recognised the imperative need of business & industry to regulate itself.CFBP undertakes a wide spectrum of initiatives to further its mission which includes conducting public seminars and painting competitions for the upcoming artists on key consumer issues. It serves as a bridge between the manufacturers and consumers of promotion of good business relationship. Its membership includes businessmen, professionals & consumers.We invite all the corporate, individuals, professionals, NGOs, school and college students to participate in this great event and exercise their writing skills, acting skills and painting skills by expressing their thoughts towards Consumer topics.The best winner in all the 6 competitions will be awarded with the Cash prize, a trophy and a certificate at the hands of eminent Chief Guest on th day of the Award function.

 
 

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About Us

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Kalpana Munshi hails from a reputed family from Ambala Cantt in Haryana. She obtained a degree from the University of Punjab with distinction. She was the best sportsman, corporal in NCC & the best singer of Punjab University.

Mrs. Kalpana Munshi is the Chairperson of Munshi Group of Companies. As a sequel to her unflinching dedication & relentless efforts & accomplishments in the welfare activities & her recognition in her professional involvement she has to her credit number of Awards as follows:

PERSONAL & BUSINESS AWARDS

  1. Women Entrepreneur Award – was presented at the hands of Mr. Pranab Mukharjee, President of India.
  2. Mahila Shiromani Award – was presented for a dedication to the welfare & upliftment of the downtrodden, blind & differently abled people of the society by the First Lady of India at Rashtrapati Bhavan, New Delhi.
  3. Udyogshree Award – for business expertise at the hands of Mr. Tarun Gogoi, CM of Assam.
  4. India International Women Excellence Award – was presented at International conference of Indians & Non-Resident Indians by Minister S. Krishnakumar – Minister of states for non conventional energy resources.
  5. Honored as Samajshree – for her excellence in management by Justice Deshmukh.
  6. Vijay Ratna Award – for enriching human life & outstanding attainments
  7. Niryat Ratna Award – for their extra ordinary exports to Russia
  8. Rashtriya Udyog Award – for expertise in Business
  9. Udyog Ratna Award
  10. Excellence Award - for export performance in Russia
  11. Citation at All India Conference - was presented on her from Small & Medium Exporters Export Promotion.
  12. Kalpana Munshi is the member of Mumbai’s Premier Club – Rotary Club of Bombay.

She has been the first President of Rotary Club of Bombay during its Platinum Jubilee year. More than 400 service Projects were organized by 51 Service Committees lead by her in all the four avenues of service during her tenure i.e. 2003-2004.

For more than 22 years she has offered her outstanding selfless services in Rotary – Serving the underprivileged, the old, the young women and the children.

SIGNIFICANT WORK DONE AT CLUB LEVEL

  1. Women Entrepreneur Award – was presented at the hands of Mr. Pranab Mukharjee, President of India
  2. Mahila Shiromani Award – was presented for a dedication to the welfare & upliftment of the downtrodden, blind & differently abled people of the society by the First Lady of India at Rashtrapati Bhavan, New Delhi
  3.  Udyogshree Award – for business expertise at the hands of Mr. Tarun Gogoi, CM of Assam.
  4. India International Women Excellence Award – was presented at International conference of Indians & Non-Resident Indians by Minister S. Krishnakumar – Minister of states for non conventional energy resources.
  5. Honored as Samajshree – for her excellence in management by Justice Deshmukh.
  6. Vijay Ratna Award – for enriching human life & outstanding attainments
  7. Niryat Ratna Award – for their extra ordinary exports to Russia
  8. Rashtriya Udyog Award – for expertise in Business
  9. Udyog Ratna Award
  10. Excellence Award - for export performance in Russia
  11. Citation at All India Conference - was presented on her from Small & Medium Exporters Export Promotion.

SIGNIFICANT WORK DONE AT CLUB LEVEL

  1. Initiated Paying off the loans of poor farmers & saving them from committing suicide by paying off their loans with the help of Legendary Mr. Amitabh Bacchan in Andhra Pradesh & Vardha.
  2. Initiated to organize International Project by organizing Jaipur Foot Camp at Dominican Republic.
  3. Organized 9 Rain Water Harvesting Project in the villages & Mumbai.
  4. Initiated installation of 60 Water purifiers at 45 police stations, municipal schools & parks.
  5. Initiated immunization of 4000 children with Hepatitis B Vaccine.
  6. Initiated donation of Calipers, wheelchairs to physically challenged & slums.
  7. Initiated organizing International Cricket Match with the participation of Pakistan, Australia & Ceylone.
  8. Organized Polio corrective surgery camps for 500 children.
  9. Initiated Mid day meals in municipal schools for over 3000 children with the total cost of Rs. 1.35 Crores.
  10. Organized Carnivals & Special Olympics for 8000 special Children.
  11. Initiated Starting recreation centers for Senior Citizens.
  12. Initiated Six Children Parks.
  13. Initiated donation of four optimist boats for the training of sea cadets.
  14. Initiated Toy Library for Poor Children in slums, municipal schools & hospitals.
  15. Organized Mass marriages for 27 Adivasi couples at Talwada Village.
  16. Initiated donation of sewing machines to Self Help Groups.
  17. Initiated building of  toilet blocks in the RCCs, Remand Homes, & villages.
  18. Organized National Cricket Match for the Blind.
  19. Organized eye & Dental Check up Camps in Slums, Schools & RCCs.
  20. Initiated eraction of special Polio Booths at V.T. & Mumbai Central Station during NIDs immunizing 3000 children.
  21. Organized Human Chain to Chain Polio for polio awareness with the participation of 50000 Rotarians, Rotaractors, and school children.
  22. Initiated starting Euro Enviro Park & Oxygen Park.
  23. Initiated starting children’s park for the physically challenged.

 

AT DISTRICT LEVEL [ROTARY INTERNATIONAL DISTRICT 3140]

She has frequently addressed various clubs, Intercity Forums, Assemblies, Seminars, Conferences, A to z programs, Group Discussions, MUNA, RYPEN, RYLAs, Interact & Rotaract conferences & had participated actively in Group Discussions & other events held in the District from time to time.

  1. She was the District Secretary for the year 2001- 02.
  2. She was the Assistant Governor for the year 2006-2007 leading 7 major clubs of the District.
  3. She has attended 14 International Conventions &11 International Institutes worldwide.
  4. Has been honored as honorary member of Rotary Club of Dowagiac, Michigan, U.S.A. by President Mike Franks during the year 2001-2002.
  5. Was also honored as honorary Citizen of Dowagiac U.S.A. at the hands of the Mayor of the City.
  6. Organized Human Chain with more than 200000 school children.

She believes in working together as a team & is easily conversant with individual Rotarian & Clubs. She is a true Rotarian personified who eats, drinks & sleep of Rotary Service only in true sense.

 

SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTION TO THE DISTRICT 3140

  1. She has contributed more than $40,000 to the Rotary Foundation & all the 18 members of her family are proud Paul Harris Fellow – her 4 children, their spouses & 9 grandchildren.
  2. She is a proud Paul Harris Society Fellow.
  3. 1995-96:  As a Rotary Foundation (Promotion Chairman) she collected US $ 1,00,000.
  4. 1999-2000 : As a Chairperson for Senior Citizen Committee – she initiated starting Nana – Nani, Dada – Dadi Parks.
  5. 2004-05: As an Avenue Chairperson – Community Service 4 – Youth – she initiated forming 72 Interact Clubs, 11 RCCs, & the District Interact Conference with the participation of 3000 Interactors.
  6. 2011-12: As a District Avenue Chairperson Non Medical Service II Committee, she initiated organizing Legal Literacy Seminars, Slumber Kits Distribution, Projects for the Differently abled & the RCC committees. Mid-day Meals worth Rs. 1.35 crores was provided to more than 12,000 underprivileged children.
  7. 2012-13 : As a District Director Incharge for the District Major Thrust Area – SERVICE 12, she organized 12 major service projects such as Entrepreneurship Seminar, Civic Awareness Campaign for 5000 children, 200 pediatric cardiac surgeries, 5000 cataract Surgeries, Carnival for 5000 differently abled, National Cricket Match for the blind, Lifetime Achievement Awards, Rotary Kanheri Utsav with consumer activities, medical camps, science competition & cultural activities, Career Guidance Seminar for 10,000 Students, Global Thane Festival depicting the Culture & Heritage of Thane, Micro Credit Seminar for the Self Help groups & Flame of Education – Scholarships were given to 665 underprivileged & mentally challenged students with Mr. Kapil Dev as the Brand Ambassdor.
  8. 2013-14: As an Avenue Chairperson of District Thrust Area – Low Cost Housing, she has initiated to build 181 Rotary Kutirs converting mud houses into brick houses for the tribal community in Naroli Pada & Ashta at Dahanu Taluka with the Shramdaan of Rotarians, Rotaractors & the Beneficiaries.
  9. 2015-16: As an Avenue Chairperson of District Thrust Area – SUKHADA – WiNS Toilet Project for poor girl students, she has initiated to build 750 toilets in Wada, Palghar, Shahapur, Bhiwandi, Vasai, Thane areas.
  10. 2016-17: At present as an Avenue Chairperson of District Thrust Area – NITYAM – WiNS Toilet Project she plans to build 300 toilets for the poor boy & girl students & also for the needy community.

 

HONORS & AWARDS IN ROTARY

Due to Kalpana Munshi’s unmatched dedication, tireless services & accomplishments in various avenues of Service of Rotary, she has to her credit a number of National & International Awards & also Club & District Awards since her initiation in Rotary as follows :

 INTERNATIONAL AWARDS

  1. 1996-97: Certificate of Achievement – recognized as one of ‘Rotary’s Ten Best’ in category of Mental / Physical disabilities projects during the 1997 Glasgow  International Institute by Past Rotary International President Luis Vicente Giay.
  2. 2002-03: Regional Service Award for a Polio Free World
  3. 2003-04: Honored as a President of RC Bombay by President Aziz Menon – RC Karachi – to commemorate the Rotary International Theme of Lend a Hand

 CLUB AWARDS

  1. 2003-04: President Citation – in recognition of its commitment to elevate poverty & promote peace & its support of the family of Rotary through Rotary Service by Rotary International President Jonathan B. Majiyagbe.
  2. 2003-04 : Safire Club Award for leading the Premier Club & lending hands with excellence.

 DISTRICT AWARDS

  1. 1993-94: The Rotary Foundation District Service Award – for outstanding service in promoting the Rotary Foundation & its goal of World Understanding & peace
  2. 1994-95: The Rotary Foundation Award - for generous contribution to the Rotary Foundation as Major Donor.
  3. 1995-96: Distinguished Service Award – in acknowledgement & appreciation of promotion the District Theme “Let’s be effective through commitment & self sacrificing efforts”.
  4. 1996-97 : The Rotary Service Award
  5. 1996-97: Rotary Vocational Excellence Award
  6. 1997-98: Citation for exemplary service in Rotary 2000
  7. 1998-99: Distinguished Service Award – in recognition & appreciation of exemplary Rotary Service during the year with dedication & commitment.
  8. 1999-2000: Honored with Vocational Award.
  9. 2000-01: Appreciation Momentum for participation in Intercity Fourm on Senior Citizens.
  10. 2000-01: Distinguished Service Award – in recognition of exemplary leadership with dedication & commitment.
  11. 2000-01: Certificate of Honor – for the dedication, sincerity & undivided commitment to spread Rotary ideals in the community & going beyond the call of duty to support the District.
  12. 2000-01: Honored as a special Guest of Honor at the District Conference at Varanasi District 3120.
  13. 2002-03: Trophy for excellent performance for forming Human Chain.
  14. 2003-04: Polio Plus plaque – for extra ordinary efforts to improve the lives of children in India.
  15. 2006-07: Distinguished Service Citation as Assistant Governor – with deep appreciation for your support, dedicated efforts & outstanding contribution towards resounding success.
  16. 2007-08: Trophy for appreciation towards the service for bringing awareness for green & clean Mumbai.
  17. 2008-09: Trophy for appreciation for re-dedicating to Indian Culture & Heritage.
  18. 2009-10: Trophy for appreciation for initiating the motivational & educational programs for future generations.
  19. 2010-11: Trophy for appreciation for the services provided for World Community Service.
  20. 2011-12: Trophy for appreciation for exemplary services provided for Mid Day Meals, RCCs, Legal Literacy, Slumber Kit, Differently Abled.
  21. 2012-13: Trophy for appreciation for outstanding leadership for organizing 12 major service projects in various fields.
  22. 2013-14: Trophy for appreciation for outstanding leadership for building 181 Rotary Kutirs in Dahanu converting mud houses into brick houses for the tribal community
  23. 2015-16: Trophy for appreciation for building 750 toilets for poor girls in Wada, Palghar, Shahapur, Bhiwandi, Vasai, Thane areas.

She is known as the Angel of Rotary, Star of Rotary, Back-bone of Rotary and to top it all recognized as a million dollar Rotarian.  She has a Midas Touch in whatever avenue she works in. She indeed is a true Rotarian.

The President
Contest

Rules & Regulations

Please read the regulations carefully before filling up the entry form. * Only the rights holder is eligible to fill this form. * You are solely responsible for the authenticity of the information provided by you. * In case of any discrepancies found in the information provided by you, your entry will be disqualified.
1.00 DESCRIPTION
The Council for Fair Business Practices, seeks to invite entries for the CFBP Short Film Festival 2017. The festival will showcase short films of 7 minutes or a lesser duration. This is a film competition where trophies and cash awards will be given to films in four categories. There is no entry fee payable for entering the films. The deadline for submitting the entries is 31st August 2017
2.00 CATEGORIES
2.01 Filmmakers and other Professionals (Category Code: FOP)
2.02 Students and other Young Persons (Category Code: SYP) (age limit : 16 to 30 years as on 31st August 2017)
2.03 Companies, Corporations & Organisations (Category Code: CCO)
2.04 NGOs (Category Code: NGO)
3.00 TOPIC
3.01 3.02 3.03 3.04 3.05 3.06 Jaago Grahak Jaago Mera Haq My Rights Right to Voice Right to know Right to Act Fair Business Practises
4.00 ELIGIBILITY
4.01 The competition is open to Indian residents ONLY.
4.02 The age of the participants must be 16 years as on 31st August, 2017 and above .
4.03 The section is open to ALL short films (live or animated) whose running time is not more than 7 minutes.
4.04
4.05 All films that are being entered must be submitted in their original language. For films in non-English language, submissions should also have English subtitles.
4.06 Dubbed versions of films from other languages are not eligible for submission.  
4.07 (If there is a film which matches the topic and even if showcased earlier in other festivals is still valid to apply.  
4.08 CFBP Organising Committee and/or the Festival Director reserves the right to settle all cases not covered by these rules and regulations and to grant exceptions in special cases. All cases will be governed by and construed in all respects in accordance with the laws of India.
5.00 MEDIA ACCEPTED FOR
Filmmakers can choose to submit their entries in any ONE of the following options given below:
5.01   DOWNLOADABLE FILE LINK High quality movie files in Full HD 1920x1080 P resolution, PAL 25 FPS as .mov or .mp4 can be sent via “We Transfer” or the like consumerfilmfestival@gmail.com with a subject line mentioning the following information in this particular order: [Entry Form] – [Film Title] – [Category Code]
5.02 ON LINE STREAMING LINKS - NO ONLINE STREAMING LINKS ARE ALLOWED unless they are downloadable.
5.03 DVD & PEN DRIVES Two copies of the high quality movie files in Full HD 1920x1080 P resolution, PAL 25 FPS as .mov or .mp4 on DVD or Pen Drive should be mailed to the CFBP office at Council for Fair Business Practices Great Western Building 130-132 Shahid Bhagat Singh Road Mumbai 400023 www.cfbp.org
5.04 The movie files should be playable on a VLC Media player. Every DVD and or pen drive should be labelled with the Original Title and the English Title of the film written by DVD marker pen. Kindly do not stick any paper or other labels on the DVDs. Kindly ensure that DVDs and / or pen drives are well packed.
5.05 All correspondence regarding sending media through courier/postal invoice must say: a) For CFBP Short Film Festival selection purposes/cultural purpose only. b) Not for commercial use. No commercial value.
6.00 Materials Submitted  
6.01 None of the material submitted will be returned.
6.02 Films that are damaged or lost in transit are not the organiser’s responsibility.
7.00 DEADLINES
  7.01 A completed submission consists of a correctly filled entry form along with the film screener reaching the festival on time. Only on acknowledgement of receipt of the two is the submission considered complete. The deadline for completed entry forms, as well as submitting the films must be strictly observed.  
  7.02 Last date of completing submission is 31st August 2017 5 p.m.  
8.00 ENTRY FEE - THERE IS NO ENTRY FEE
9.00 DOCUMENTATION AND FESTIVAL CATALOGUE
9.01 The festival organisers intend to document each film that is submitted and therefore it is very important that detailed information on each film is submitted. This information includes synopsis, Director’s filmography, biography, director’s note on the film, credit list of the film producer details, high resolution pictures, poster designs, full list of artistic and technical details, a high resolution still of the director etc.
9.02 Please note that we require 3 high resolution images of the film (minimum 300 dpi or more) and one high resolution still of the director (minimum 300 dpi or more) and the poster of the film (minimum 300 dpi or more.)
9.03 Age and address proof must be provided for this section. - Age Proof (Self attested copy of Pan Card/Aadhar Card/Passport) - Address Proof (Self attested copy of Aadhar Card/Passport/Rent Agreement)
10.00 JURY
10.01 The Festival Jury invited by Council for Fair Business Practices to judge the CFBP Short Film Competition will comprise renowned personalities from the world of film, art service, business and industry. No person who has participated in the production or promotion of any film selected for the CFBP Short Film Competition serve on the Jury. The decision of the Jury will be final and the entrant agrees to abide by it.
11.00 AWARDS
11.01 The Best Film in each of the FOUR Categories will receive a Trophy together with a Cash Prize of INR 51,000 for the Entrant(s) Hence, there will be FOUR awards, ONE for each category ****
11.02 The Second Best Film in each of the FOUR Categories will receive A Trophy only for the Entrant(s) Four prizes, ONE for each category Here, too, there will be FOUR awards, ONE for each category.
11.03 All the cash prizes are subject to Indian Tax laws.
12.00 SCREENINGS AFTER CFBP SHORT FILM FESTIVAL
12.01 The producer(s) and or right holder(s) shall not have any objection for screening of the short films, selected for the CFBP Short Film Festival for non-commercial screening of the films by the CFBP even after the CFBP Short Film Festival.
12.02 Filmmakers of the selected short films shall make themselves available for various PR initiatives around the competition at the appointed date, time and place as requested by the CFBP
13:00 DECLARATION - The applicant agrees to have read and accepted the rules & regulations for participation in the CFBP Short Film Festival - The applicant confirms that he/she has the requisite authority or has obtained the requisite authority from the producer/right holder to enter this film in the CFBP Short Film Festival and make available a clean digital copy for screening for screening, if not provided earlier. This person will be the point of contact for all future communications regarding this entry in the festival. - The Applicant hereby authorises the Council for Fair Business Practices (CFBP) to screen the film, if selected for the CFBP Short Film Festival in all non-commercial film festivals and events, including telecast of the films for promotional purposes.
14:00 All deadlines have to be adhered to and all material will be delivered to the organisers on or before 31st August 2017. The applicant understands that any/all entries will be rejected (by the Organisers of the CFBP Short Film Festival, the Selection Committee and / or the Jury) unless the entry form along with all the required material is received in time and in suitable condition for previewing by the Selection Committee and the Jury. There will be no further correspondence entertained on this subsequently
15:00 CFBP reserves the right to amend these rules at anytime, including changes to the festival due to force majeure circumstances without assigning any reason whatsoever to anyone.
Copyright © 2017 by CFBP. All Rights Reserved

STORY WRITING

 
  1. 01. The length of the story should be for a maximum of 180 second short film
  2. 02. The applicant confirms that the submitted story is his/her original work. More than one story is allowed per applicant.
  3. 03. He/she indemnifies CFBP from any/all copyright issues arising out of his/her submitted work.
  4. 04. Once submitted, all entries will be the sole property of CFBP.
  5. 05. The applicant by submitting his/ her STORY also gives consent to CFBP for reproducing his/her STORY as required by CFBP
  6. 06. Last date of receiving entry for the Story shall be 31st August 2017 by 5 p.m
  7. 07. The online entries are to be sent to cfbpwritingskills@gmail.com . The physical entries can be sent to CFBP office address.
  8. 08. After the evaluation, the Jury will decide for the 1st two winners in each category.
  9. 09. The first winner in each category shall be awarded at the hands of distinguished chief guest during the Consumer Film Festival Award function to be held in November 2017 with a cash prize and trophy. The second winner shall receive a trophy and certificate of appreciation
  10. 10. Entries are open to all Colleges, Schools, Corporate’s, Individuals, Professionals, NGO’s and all Indian consumers
  11. 11. CFBP has initiated to bring out the expressions of all young & senior consumers through their Artistic skills and reach out to One And All.
   

SCRIPTWRITING

 
  1. 01. The length of the script should be not more than 400 words.
  2. 02. The applicant confirms that the submitted Script is his/her original work. More than one script is allowed per applicant.
  3. 03. He/she indemnifies CFBP from any/all copyright issues arising out of his/her submitted work.
  4. 04. Once submitted, all entries will be the sole property of CFBP.
  5. 05. The applicant by submitting his/ her SCRIPT/s also gives consent to CFBP for reproducing his/her SCRIPT/s as required by CFBP
  6. 06. Last date of receiving entry for the Script shall be 31st August 2017 by 5 p.m
  7. 07. The online entries are to be sent to cfbpwritingskills@gmail.com . The physical entries can be sent to CFBP office address.
  8. 08. After the evaluation, the Jury will decide for the 1st two winners in each category.
  9. The first winner in each category shall be awarded at the hands of distinguished chief guest during the Consumer Film Festival Award function to be held in November 2017 with a cash prize and trophy. The second winner shall receive a trophy and certificate of appreciation
  10. 09. Entries are open to all Colleges, Schools, Corporate’s, Individuals, Professionals, NGO’s and all Indian consumers
  11. 10. CFBP has initiated to bring out the expressions of all young & senior consumers through their Artistic skills and reach out to One And All.

SLOGAN COMPETITION

 
  1. 01. The applicant confirms that the submitted SLOGAN is his/her original work. More than one entry is allowed per applicant.
  2. 02. He/she indemnifies CFBP from any/all copyright issues arising out of his/her submitted work.
  3. 03. The applicant by submitting his/ her SLOGAN also gives consent to CFBP for reproducing his/her SLOGAN as required by CFBP
  4. 04. Once submitted, all entries will be the sole property of CFBP
  5. 05. Last date of receiving entry for the Slogan writing competition shall be 31st August 2017 by 5 p.m
  6. 06. The online entries are to be sent to cfbpwritingskills@gmail.com. The physical entries can also be sent to CFBP office address
  7. 07. After the evaluation, the Jury will decide for the 1st two winners in each category
  8. 08. The first winner in each category shall be awarded at the hands of distinguished chief guest during the Consumer Film Festival Award function to be held in November 2017 with a cash prize and trophy. The second winner shall receive a trophy and certificate of appreciation
  9. 09. Entries are open to all Colleges, Schools, Corporate’s, Individuals, Professionals, NGO’s and all Indian consumers
  10. 10. The winning slogan/s shall be published or displayed at an appropriate platform by CFBP
  11. 11. CFBP has initiated to bring out the expressions of all young & senior consumers through their Artistic skills and reach out to One And All.

STREETPLAY

     
  1. 01. Time limit of the street play should not exceed more than “5 – 7 minutes”
  2. 02. The maximum number of actors participating in a Street Play team shall be six (6).
  3. 03. The applicant may attach the video clip of your team’s performance to CFBP by email at cfbpcreativeact@gmail.com for evaluation in case you are unable to attend the evaluation round on 23rd September 2017.
  4. 04. After the evaluation, the Jury will decide for the two winners.
  5. 05. The Two (2) best street plays selected shall be recognized during the Consumer Film Festival Award function to be held in Nov 2017 at the hands of distinguished Chief Guest.
  6. 06. The winning team shall receive cash prize and a trophy. All the actors of the winning team shall receive a certificate of appreciation. The second best shall receive trophy and certificate of appreciation.
  7. 07. Entries are open to all Colleges, Schools, Corporate’s, Individuals, Professionals, NGO’s and all Indian consumers
  8. 08. CFBP has initiated to bring out the expressions of all young & senior consumers through their Artistic skills and reach out to One And All.
  9. 09. All participating groups shall enact in festivals, public place functions to promote consumer awareness and fair business practices as their services towards the Consumer movement.
 

POSTER COMPETITION

     
  1. 01. The size of the poster for the competition shall be: 3ft x 2ft
  2. 02. The applicant confirms that the submitted poster/s is his/her original work. More than one Poster is allowed per applicant
  3. 03. He/she indemnifies CFBP from any/all copyright issues arising out of his/her submitted work.
  4. 04. Once submitted, all entries will be the sole property of CFBP.
  5. 05. The applicant by submitting his/ her POSTER also gives consent to CFBP for reproducing his/her Poster artwork/s as required by CFBP
  6. 06. Last date of receiving entry for the Poster competition shall be 31st August 2017 by 5 p.m
  7. 07. The online entries are to be sent to cfbpartist@gmail.com. The physical entries can be sent to CFBP office address
  8. 08. After the evaluation, the Jury will decide for the 1st two winners in each category.
  9. 09. The first winner in each category shall be awarded at the hands of distinguished chief guest during the Consumer Film Festival Award function to be held in November 2017 with a cash prize and trophy. The second winner shall receive a trophy and certificate of appreciation
  10. Entries are open to all Colleges, Schools, Corporate’s, Individuals, Professionals, NGO’s and all Indian consumers
  11. 10. CFBP has initiated to bring out the expressions of all young & senior consumers through their Artistic skills and reach out to One And All.
  12. 11. The Best Poster/s shall be displayed at the Awards Function.

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