events - North Point School
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S TAR B URST
Celebrate with us
We are celebrating the 10th anniversary of our school this year and
to mark this special occasion we are hosting our very own and first
ever interschool cultural fest STARBURST. One whole, grand fun
filled day of festivities.
This is the first affair of this kind and this magnitude in the whole of
Navi Mumbai. Providing a platform for students to compete with
peers, a place where students can showcase their talents and skills
through a wide array of events. A place where students can move
away from monotony! Where they can have fun! A fest of the
students, for the students and by the students! Organised and
presented to you by the North Point School Alumni Association
The interschool festival calendar has begun. Participating schools will
compete in 7 events to win one glorious trophy. Starburst will host
some of the most prestigious schools from all over Navi Mumbai.
The events include fine arts, literary arts, performing arts, sports and
Set for the 29th of JUNE, STARBURST promises one day of high-energy
events and performances.
All the details with regard to registration and all the queries will be
answered on the registered phone numbers (page 12). Identity cards
will be given to the schools for the respective participants, teachers and
non-participants, after registration of events.
GENERAL RULES :
Each student can participate in not more than 2 events, provided
the timings for the events do not coincide.
Participants should refer to the schedule on page 11 for detailed
timings of events before entering their names for multiple events.
Kindly note that the schedule may be subject to change on the final
Each teacher, participant and non-participant should have a valid
STARBURST identity card.
A maximum of 6 teachers may accompany the contingent on the day.
Only students from class 6 and above can participate in the events.
A maximum of 10 non-participants can come from a school. In case
the number of non-participants exceeds 10, a fee of Rs.50/- extra nonparticipant shall be applicable.
The trophies will be awarded on the basis of the following point
• FIRST PLACE
: 10 POINTS
• SECOND PLACE : 7 POINTS
• THIRD PLACE
: 5 POINTS
• PARTICIPATION : 2 POINTS
In case of a tie, both the teams will be awarded the same number of
Absenteeism relates only to those events for which a school has
registered its participants in advance but has failed to participate in
the event (this is different from non-participation where a school has
not registered for the event. No points will be deducted for nonparticipation)
To avoid these negative points, a non-participant or another
participant can substitute for an absentee by reporting at the venue
of the event with the teacher-in-charge.
Every participant should report to the respective 'event heads' at the
venue at least 15 minutes prior the scheduled time of the event.
The entire contingent must report together at 8am on the day.
No participant will be allowed into the school premises later
during the day.
No member of the contingent (participating /non-participating) shall
enter the school in their school uniform or with their school ID
Participants should not reveal their school identity during the course
of the event.
The judge's decision for all the events at STARBURST shall be final,
binding and not subject to question.
Disciplinary action will be taken against students indulging in any
kind of misconduct/vandalism. In either/both cases, the school
responsible will be penalized.
Overall Event Head
S. V. Raghunath
The Big Band Theory :
BRUSHFIRE FAIRYTALES (Painting Event)
Participation: one team of two students. Std 8-10.
Duration: 2 hours + 10 minutes.
No geometrical instruments allowed.
Colours should be a proper blend of warm and cool colours.
A3 canvas will be provided.
Participants can carry any type of paints (oil paints, acrylic, poster,
water paints etc.).
The participants are requested to get the other requirements with
them like a rag cloth, pallet, brushes, cups, bowls, etc.
Participation: A team of 3 players with no substitutes and goalkeepers
allowed. Std 6-10.
The game will last for 10 minutes. Each half will be of 5 minutes.
Registrations will be done on a 'first come-first serve' basis. The first 16
schools will be allowed to participate.
The basic rules are that of European football. A few rules have been
modified which will be informed to the teams on the day of the event.
Participation: one team of two students. Std 8-10.
Topic: "Freedom of Speech is a hypothetical concept in India"
In this round the participants are judged purely on their speaking skills
and their ability to make their point heard in a room.
The participants will be divided into two teams and then will be
expected to debate for or against the topic. This allotment will be
made by us at random.
At the end of this round the contestants will be allowed to make a
statement wherein they are to specify their personal view. It is not
compulsory but will reflect either positively or negatively in the
This round will be a classic group discussion. The participants
remaining after the elimination process in Round One will be asked
to discuss on a topic.
The aim of this is to come to a consensus. A verbal resolution will be
passed in the room. The aim of the participant is to put forth their
view and make their case to the participants and the judge who will
also act as a moderator to the discussion.
The vote on the resolution will be called on by the judge. The judge
may request a worded resolution which will be drafted based on the
consensus arising out of the discussion.
Contestants will be judged on the soundness of the argument, their
oratory skills and their willingness to incorporate ideas to arrive at a
Topic of round two to be announced on the day of the event.
Uses of objectionable language or gestures are grounds for
Contestants are advised to stay updated with current events.
Contestants have to rely on the resources provided to them, and not
use their own resources during the event.
Use of mobile phones and other electronic devices is strictly
prohibited during the event.
Participation - one team of 8-12 students per school. Std 6 onwards.
Duration: 3- minutes.
The performance has to be based on a FUSION OF ONE INDIANCLASSICAL AND ONE WESTERN DANCE FORM.
NO live music will be allowed.
Eliminations will be conducted on the day of the event itself.
The use of background props is NOT permitted. However, the use of
props in the performance is permitted and no points shall be
awarded for effective utilization of the same.
There is no restriction on the number of props used.
Please carry the soundtrack in an .mp3 format in a CD and a pen
The participants are not allowed to perform on Bollywood songs.
Explicit lyrics will NOT be acceptable.
SHERLOCKED (Treasure Hunt)
James Moriarty has struck again. This time, the gold reserves of the Bank of
London. Inspector Lestrade has so far been unable to come to any solid
conclusion and has turned yet again to Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson.
Now it is up to you to retrieve the nation's wealth and catch the criminal
Participation: one team of two students. Std 8 onwards.
The event will be physically as well as mentally challenging. So it is
advised that the team members be a balance of both physical and
mental vigour. It is a full day event. Students registering for this event
will NOT be allowed to register for any other event.
Teams are NOT allowed any sort of communication with anyone
outside the team.
Teams found breaking this rule will be immediately disqualified. For
this very reason please instruct your friends beforehand to NOT
approach you during the event.
Also participants will NOT be allowed to carry mobile phones during
the event. Access to library and internet will NOT be provided.
The team members have to be together for the entire duration of the
event. Splitting up will attract a penalty or even disqualification.
Wear casual attire and sport shoes.
The fastest team wins.
THE BIG BAND THEORY (Band Event)
One band of maximum 6 students, per school. Std 6 onwards.
Participants will get 3 minutes for the set up, and 5 minutes for
If the time-frame (set-up time and/or performance time) is exceeded,
points will be deducted.
The participants will have to perform a pop song in a rock style/
genre, or rock song in pop style/genre. The style should be distinctly
NO recorded music will be allowed; which includes karaoke, recorded
rhythms or beats.
Use of profanity in the songs is strictly prohibited.
A standard drum kit will be provided in which parts can be added
(in the set up time itself). Two amplifiers and two microphones
will also be provided. The team members can bring their
LAN LORDS (Gaming Event)
Participation : Std 8 onwards.
Counter Strike : One team of 5 students
Need for Speed : One participant
Note: Registration for this event is on a 'first come-first serve' basis.
COUNTER STRIKE RULES:
• 1st round will be knife round.
• For the knife round, map will be 1_hp. The winner of the knife round
picks the side they want to play first (CT or T).
• Matches will be played 5 on 5.
• The map list for the tournament is:
• De korfez
• Automatic snipers (D/Au1, Krieg550), tactical shield and smoke
grenades are strictly not allowed.
• General rules settings:
• Starting Money:$16,000
• Spectate is OFF, fade to block is ON
• Map Time :3 minutes
• C4 Timer:45 seconds
• Freeze Time:5 seconds
• Buy Time:30 seconds
• Friendly Fire: OFF
• Team messages are allowed.
• If disconnection occurs during a match then scores till the last round
will continue and starting money will be decided by the organizers.
• Playing with fewer than 5 players in any match is permitted with
• Use of particular console commands will be informed on the day of
• Players may bring their own headphones.
NEED FOR SPEED RULES:
• The race track, cars to be used in the game will be declared on the
day of the event.
• Each race will have a maximum of 4 participants.
TYPE OF ROUNDS:
• Easy and Zippy: There will be a circuit given to shortlist the
participation. The winner of each race would proceed for the next
• Knock'em out: Knockout races would be conducted with high
traffic. The winners will qualify for the final round.
RACE TO FINISH:
A final sprint and circuit races with high traffic will be held to decide the
ultimate winner by winning both sprint & circuit races. (No Drag Race).
The car for final race will only be BMW M3 GTR of Blacklist No 1.
SCHEDULE FOR STARBURST
9 AM TO 10 AM
SHERLOCKED (1ST ROUND)
10 AM TO 1 PM
2 PM TO 5 PM
THE BIG BAND THEORY-AUDITONS
10 AM TO 1 PM
STEP-IT-UP - AUDITIONS
1 PM TO 3 PM
11 AM TO 2 PM
11 AM TO 4 PM
10:30 AM TO 1 PM
11 AM TO 3 PM
THE BIG BAND THEORY- FINALS
4 PM TO 5 PM
5 PM TO 6 PM
6 PM TO 7 PM
Pooja Sankpal- +919773224406
Ayesha Kazi- +919833135464
Yoshita Gowda- +918655715109
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/starburstnps
Email: [email protected]
Website : www.northpointschool.org
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North Point School, Sector No. 6, Kopar Khairane, Navi Mumbai 400 709.
Telefax : +91-22-2754 1415, 2754 5475 • E-mail : [email protected]