As part of the programme, several online as well as on-the-spot competitions are being organized on themes related to environment and climate change. From poster making to story writing, from photography to quiz, and from debate to painting, these competitions have been designed to allow the students to communicate their knowledge and express their creativity, thereby reflecting their understanding of issues related to climate change.

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Online Competitions

Climate EduXchange Phase 7 is pleased to announce its annual environmental video competition. The theme of this year's competition is "Capture the change."


Videos entered in the competition should reflect an environment change by the filmmaker that based on fact-finding, discovery, or reflection related to any area. Judges will select the winning video, which will be screened as part of culmination ceremony of phase 7, where the winner will be announced and the prize awarded.

You will be judged on the following qualifications:

  • Video length of 2-5 minutes
  • Less than 25MB in size
  • YouTube compatible format
  • No copyright violations (give proper credit or obtain permissions to use non-public materials)
  • Original content and creativity
  • Depiction of theme and effectiveness of environmental message (How effectively did the video portray a change? Did the video inspire us?)

  • Only one entry per student will be accepted; however there is no limit to the number of students who can apply per school. The school can photocopy the application form if more than one student is applying.
  • The video should not be more than 5 minutes long. Videos exceeding the time limit will be disqualified.
  • The 'Application Form' should be filled in block letters and submitted to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it along with the film latest by 30 December 2015.
  • The video should be sent in the form of a DVD to TERI. The video should be necessarily in one of the formats mentioned here namely, WMV, MP4, MPEG, MOV, MPG or MPEG in a higher quality.
  • Videos must be the original work of the student and should not include any copyrighted material.
  • The video should not contain any inappropriate language or content.
  • All expenses incurred during production process have to be borne by the participants.


All entries must be accompanied by an entry form signed by the student filmmaker that certifies that all video content is original, non-copyrighted material. Failure to abide by copyright restrictions will result in disqualification of the entry.

Questions regarding the competition may be directed to Ms Preeti Bathla at 9818900764.