India's First Aviation Themed Technical & Cultural Fest

Hosted by

School of Aeronautics (Neemrana)



Dance has existed for as long as the human race has been around. It was used to pass on stories from one generation to the next, but over the years, it has been transformed and is used today for everything from fitness to therapy.

Bharata Muni’s Natyashastra, which literally translates to ‘the text of dramaturgy’, is one of the earliest texts on the subject. Dance has many forms in India, with each state having its own unique style. From the popular Bharatanatyam to Kathak, and the notso-known Sattriya of Assam, dance has been a way to tell stories and bring people together. These dance forms have survived centuries and still find eager learners today, with the addition of imports like Salsa, Ballet and Jazz, among others.

Dance is also more and more being used to spread awareness. Although plays that employ dance and music have been used in India for decades to spread social messages, it has got an international makeover of sorts. Taking a cue from the West, city folk have adopted flash mobs to raise awareness on everything from saving the environment to voting.

What’s better than one art form? Two! Dance dramas are steeped in Indian history, but are lately finding a lot of takers in modern theatre. Several plays off-late have been using contemporary dance forms to help actors emote and help the audience understand a character better. While plays in India would usually bank on traditionally native dance forms, theatre today has gone a step further by incorporating dance forms and stories from across the world.

In this event we have three types of competitions i.e

  1. Solo Dance
  2. Duet Dance
  3. Group Dance


There will be two rounds. Participants selected in the first round (COMPETITION) will perform in the second round (STAGE SHOW).

  1. Number of participants: minimum 1 and maximum 12.
  2. No restrictions on dance styles  (only motivational theme based dances are eligible)
  3. Time limit for the first round is 1-2 minutes.
  4. Time limit for the second round is 3-5 minutes.
  5. Selected participants can perform the same for the stage show.
  6. Participant will be penalised if the time limit is exceeded.
  7. The participant should be at the contest area 1 hour prior to the commencement of the competition.
  8. Order of performances will be based on the number decided prior to the contest.
  9. The sound track should be submitted in a Pen Drive/DVD 12 hour before the competition. The sound track should be submitted in .mp3 format.
  10. Use of props will be allowed as long as it will not cause any delay in the program and any harm to the performance of other participants. Props such as oil, confetti, pyrotechnic gadgets, smoke generators or combustible material, broken glass are completely restricted.


  1. All the participants must register on The College Fever. Follow the link
  2. Registration starts from 28th July, 2019.
  3. This contest is open to all the students in the age group of 16-30 from an academic (technical/non-technical) institute.
  4. Participants must bring with them a proof of their identity (an institute id-card is acceptable).
  5. Judges will have the right to stop a participant’s performance at any time.
  6. Please check over your schedules very closely prior to the event and notify us immediately of any mistakes or changes.
  7. In case of a tie, the winning participant will have to go for one more performance and the task will be given by the judges only.