1. Every college is required to maintain a facebook page of the college in the name of IRSC (college name) chapter.

  2. All work done under iSafe'18 would have the proprietory ownership of Indian road safety campaign.(SOLVE)

  3. All the reports are to be required to be submitted in the format provided by Indian Road Safety Campaign on the portal.

  4. The signified points of the activities will be allotted on the basis of the report that will be submitted to Indian Road Safety campaign.

  5. All the posters , banners and other creatives should be in the same template as available in downloads on the portal.

  6. Team leader can login on the website by your registered email id and password.

  7. The team will be required to upload all the reports on their respective account on IRSC website.

  8. General Submission rules:

    Submissions have been marked as "Doc", "Photo" and "Video" in the submission criteria prescribed in each task. The three terms are explained as follows:

    • Docs: A 'Doc' type submission must be a PDF (.pdf file format) file .

    • Photo: A 'Photo' type submission can be made as attachments (JPEG format) or a link to the photos arranged and uploaded in a Picasa album containing all the required information.One of the photo should be geo tagged.

    • Video: A 'Video' type submission should be a YouTube/Vimeo/Facebook video link containing all the information as required as per the submission criteria. The YouTube/Vimeo/Facebook video links are to be mentioned in the submission uploaded on website
      All these should be submitted in a zip file on the portal.

  9. Club:- A club can be established for this championship or can be done under any other clubs like NSS,Rotaract etc.

  10. Size:- Minimum size of the team is 4 Member. Till the end of the championship the team will be representing in the championship and will be required to conduct the events allotted to the team in the allotted area. There can be more than one team from one college.

  11. Registration Procedure:- Team leader will have to register on the website. Team details can be submitted later. There can be more than 1 team from any college.

  12. Efficiency and the impact created by that event should be the main focus while conducting events.

  13. All the reports should contain all the information and details about the event as provided in the sample report.

  14. All the colleges will have to add event details on the portal, minimum 3 days before the event’s date.

  15. The report of the event conducted should be submitted to IRSC within a week after conducting the event, else it might lead to marks deduction.

  16. Assessment: Points are assigned to each and every task floated. The evaluation of any team registered would be done on the basis of submissions of online documents such as reports, the photos and videos as per the requirement of the task. The submitted work will be analyzed by the judges and mentors who will be from our side.

  17. IRSC core team can visit any event that will be conducted by the college ,without any prior notice.

  18. Other than team coordinators, volunteers who will contribute to the activities and complete minimum 60 hours will be given volunteer certificate from IRSC . (Proper documentation of their work should be submitted by team leader)

  19. Last date to register :- 15th September 2018.

  20. It is a 9 month championship from August 2018- April 2019.

  21. The working tenure of the championship is divided into two phases each of 3 months, viz: 3-months working period, then one month official break followed by 3-months working period.

  22. A coordinator will be provided from the side of IRSC who shall be helping the team to understand and clarify doubts or queries.

  23. Concept of Activity of the month:6 activities will be floated every month consisting of bonus points most of which will be common activities which can be performed by all the colleges. It is not mandatory to do these activities, unless stated otherwise.

  24. Criteria to avail certificates: All the teams irrespective of domains shall fulfill the following criteria:

  25. No team should use the association of IRSC with the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways or UNITAR without prior information over the mail to the Core Team Members of IRSC/ iSAFE Director.

  26. Indian Road Safety Campaign reserves the rights to revise all the deliverables, cash prizes and goodies depending on overall participation the championship.

  27. For every technical project, a technical team is supposed to conduct 4 common activities while for every medical project, a medical team is supposed to conduct 2 common activities.

  28. A maximum of 2 technical/medical projects can be submitted by one team.

  29. Indian Road Safety Campaign reserves the rights over cancelling the participation of any team if found violating any rules abided hereby.


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Note: all the common activities should fall in different categories. For instance, it should not be like a team conducts 4 online activities of different kinds.


A work is only good as is its credibility and their credibility is going to be assessed with the help of ranks. Ranks encourages the participants to keep doing the good work and the lagging participants to try harder to eventually be victorious. Indian Road Safety Campaign will be assessing the teams on their basis of their works i.e the report they submitted , the amount of impact they created with their work etc.


The work done by the teams will assessed with the help of points so the teams who have performed exceptionally will be at the top of the competition. Every event is predefined with the maximum marks a team can get. On the basis of the work done by the teams , points will be allotted to them. But the most important thing which every team should remember is that the final winner will be not just be decided on the basis of point scored. They will be also be judged on the response shown by the people, the impact made by the incorporating changes in rules and regulations etc