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IMPLEMENTING RULES

AND REGULATIONS ON
THE 22nd RMYC
REGIONAL NON
ACADEMIC LEAGUE

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REVISION HISTORY:

Version Created/
Date Approved By Noted By Details
No. Updated By
Jonavell B. Matthew U. Conrad Allan M. Initial
1 5/21/2012
Santiago Gopez Alviz Release
Emil Julius T. Zheena E. Conrad Allan M. Annual
2 5/22/2013
David Ocampo Alviz Update
Richard E. Renzel D. Conrad Allan M. Annual
3 6/7/2014
Torres Evangelista Alviz Update
Jamil B. Conrad Allan M. Annual
4 6/6/2015 Edison Q. Perez
Lumbang Alviz Update
Lyneth Lou I. Marijae Darvise Conrad Allan M. Annual
5 6/11/2016
Nocom A. Catacutan Alviz Update
Idon Christian Ernest Daniell Conrad Allan M. Annual
6 6/30/2017
S. David M. Guevarra Alviz Update
Richard C. Idon Christian S. Conrad Allan M. Annual
7 6/27/2018
Lazaro David Alviz Update

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

BACKGROUND .................................................................................................................................... 5
GENERAL OBJECTIVES ..................................................................................................................... 5
NON ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES ............................................................................................................ 5
TALENTUM: COALITION OF TALENT AND CREATIVITY .......................................................... 5
ENCHANTED WISDOM: LITERARY ARTS COMPETITION ......................................................... 5
CREARTISTRY: THE VISUAL ARTS COMPETITION .................................................................... 6
BRILLIANCE OF ADEPTNESS ........................................................................................................ 6
FUSION OF BEAUTY AND WIT ...................................................................................................... 6
QUALIFICATIONS ............................................................................................................................... 6
GENERAL REQUIREMENTS .............................................................................................................. 6
CONTEST RULES AND MECHANICS ................................................................................................ 7
GENERAL ......................................................................................................................................... 7
TALENTUM: COMBINATION OF TALENT AND CREATIVITY .................................................... 9
Once Upon A Time: The Mythology of Elements ........................................................................9
Best Medicine: The Lip Sync Battle ........................................................................................... 12
Intalengence: Quizzers’ Got Talent ............................................................................................ 13
The House of Fashionista: R3JPIA’s Supra Tough Model ........................................................ 14
Garment Creation ................................................................................................................. 14
Photough Shoot .................................................................................................................... 16
Tough Modelling................................................................................................................... 16
ENCHANTED WISDOM: THE LITERARY ARTS COMPETITION .............................................. 18
The Magic Pen Series: Slam Poetry; Essay Writing; Short Story Writing ................................ 18
Slam Poetry ........................................................................................................................... 19
Essay Writing ........................................................................................................................ 19
Short Story Writing .............................................................................................................. 20
Speak Your Mind 3.0: The Impromptu Speaking Competition ............................................... 20
JPIA Makata 2.0: The Spoken Word Poetry Competition ........................................................ 21
The R3JPIAn Debate Cup ..........................................................................................................22
CREARTISTRY: THE VISUAL ARTS COMPETITION .................................................................. 24
Maskraft: Mask Designing Competition ....................................................................................24
Copy Face: The Canvas Painting Competition .......................................................................... 25
Click Flick: The Photo Journalism Competition ....................................................................... 25
BRILLIANCE OF ADEPTNESS ...................................................................................................... 27
Guild War: Traditional Games................................................................................................... 27
Contest Rules and Mechanics (General) .............................................................................. 27
The Four Guilds .................................................................................................................... 27
The Games ............................................................................................................................ 27
Patintero ............................................................................................................................... 28
Charades Race ...................................................................................................................... 28
Chinese Garter ...................................................................................................................... 29
Tug of War ............................................................................................................................ 29
Sack Race .............................................................................................................................. 30
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JPIA Quizard: The General Information Quiz Bee................................................................... 30
FUSION OF BEAUTY AND WIT .................................................................................................... 31
Eminentia: The Search for Mr. and Ms. NFJPIA-Region 3: The Ambassadors of Goodwill
(AOG) 2018 ................................................................................................................................ 31
Background ........................................................................................................................... 31
Objectives.............................................................................................................................. 31
Duties and Responsibilities of the Mr. and Ms. NFJPIA-Region 3: Ambassadors of
Goodwill 2018 ....................................................................................................................... 32
Specific Qualifications .......................................................................................................... 32
Requirements ....................................................................................................................... 32
Contest Rules and Mechanics (General) .............................................................................. 33
The Primer ............................................................................................................................ 34
Talent Competition ......................................................................................................... 34
Casual Wear Competition ............................................................................................... 35
Fast Talk .......................................................................................................................... 35
The Coronation Gala ................................................................................................................................ 36
Theme Wear .................................................................................................................... 36
Resorts Wear ................................................................................................................... 36
Formal Wear (Modern Filipiniana and Barong Tagalog) .............................................. 37
Final Question and Answer Portion ............................................................................... 38
Epitome of Benevolence ................................................................................................. 38
Criteria for Judging .................................................................................................................................. 39
Selection of Top Five ....................................................................................................... 39
Final Question and Answer Portion ............................................................................... 39
Selection of Winners ....................................................................................................... 39
Major Awards ............................................................................................................................................. 40
Minor Awards ............................................................................................................................................. 40
Special Awards ........................................................................................................................................... 40
Voters’ Choice Award ........................................................................................................................ 40
Mr. and Ms. Photogenic .................................................................................................................... 41
Mr. and Ms. Congeniality ................................................................................................................. 41
Sponsors Awards ................................................................................................................................ 41
GROUNDS FOR DETHRONEMENT OF AMBASSADOR OF GOODWILL WINNERS .................. 42
POINTING SYSTEM OF NON ACADEMIC EVENTS TO DETERMINE THE OVERALL RANKING
............................................................................................................................................................ 42
POINTING SYSTEM TO DETERMINE THE OVERALL CHAMPION IN THE 22nd RMYC ........... 43
ENFORCEMENT OF THE IMPLEMENTING RULES AND REGULATIONS ................................. 44
AMENDMENTS OR REVISIONS ...................................................................................................... 44
REPEALING CLAUSE ........................................................................................................................ 45
EFFECTIVITY..................................................................................................................................... 45

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BACKGROUND

NFJPIA-R3 Council aims to promote socio-civic and cultural consciousness among JPIAns through
social, economic, environmental and cultural development projects as stated in Section 3, Article IV
of the 2018 Constitution and By-Laws of the National Federation of Junior Philippine Institute of
Accountants – Region 3. The Non Academic Events in the 22nd Regional Mid-Year Convention
(RMYC) are important part for the total development of JPIAns. Through these activities, they shall
have an opportunity to develop the value of sportsmanship through engaging in different sports
event, cultivate a wholesome competitive spirit and acquire the ability to work closely together with
other JPIANs in the region. These activities also allow the JPIAns to be exposed in performing arts,
literary arts, visual arts activities, and other social and team-building events.

GENERAL OBJECTIVES

1. To build camaraderie and establish one unified NFJPIA-R3.


2. To showcase the talents and increase the interest of JPIAns in non-academic competitions.
3. To unleash the hidden creativity and inventiveness of JPIAns.
4. To promote leadership, stability and meaningful social development through a diverse activities
and programs.
5. To field teams that are skilled, disciplined, dedicated and motivated to provide a holistic
development to the members.
6. To promote a healthy lifestyle and teach the participants the importance of teamwork and
sportsmanship through various games and activities.

NON ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES

The non-academic events in the 22nd RMYC shall be comprised of the following:

TALENTUM: COALITION OF TALENT AND CREATIVITY

1. Once Upon a Time: The Mythology of Elements


2. En-Chanted: The Aca-Magical Ensemble
3. Best Medicine: The Lip Sync Battle
4. Intalengence: Quizzers Got Talent
5. The House of Fashionista: R3JPIA’s Supra Tough Model

ENCHANTED WISDOM: LITERARY ARTS COMPETITION

1. The Magic Pen Series: Slam Poetry; Essay Writing; Short Story Writing
2. Speak your Mind 3.0: The Impromptu Speaking Competition
3. JPIA Makata 2.0: The Spoken Word Poetry Competition
4. The R3JPIAn Debate Cup

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CREARTISTRY: THE VISUAL ARTS COMPETITION

1. Maskraft: Mask Designing Competition


2. Copy Face: The Canvas Painting
3. Click Flick: The Photo Journalism Competition

BRILLIANCE OF ADEPTNESS

1. Guild War: Traditional Games


2. JPIA Quizard: The General Information Quiz Bee

FUSION OF BEAUTY AND WIT

1. Eminentia: The Search for Mr. and Ms. NFJPIA-Region 3: The Ambassadors of Goodwill 2018
a. The Primer
b. The Coronation Gala

QUALIFICATIONS

1. The Regional Non Academic Events in the 22nd RMYC is open to all bona fide members of the
NFJPIA-R3 federation year 2018 – 2019 and registered delegates of the 22nd RMYC.
2. There is no limit as to the number of events which a delegate can join.
3. Champion of a particular Non Academic Event in prior years can still participate in the same
contest except for The Search for Mr. and Ms. NFJPIA-Region 3: The Ambassadors of Goodwill
2018. Please see “The Search for Mr. and Ms. NFJPIA-Region 3: The Ambassadors of Goodwill
2018” section below for more specific details.

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

1. Each Local Chapter must submit the following requirements (in softcopy only):
 Master list of all non-academic event contestants.
 Scanned copy of the Endorsement Letter of all contestants of the Academic Events. (Signed
by the Local Chapter President, Local Chapter Adviser and Dean/Program Chairperson).

2. The following guidelines must be observed in sending the requirements:


 The filename format to be used in the requirements are as follows:
o Master list: 01 Local Chapter_RMYCRNAL_2018_Masterlist.xlsx
o Endorsement Letter: 02 Local Chapter_RMYCRNAL_2018_Endorsement.jpg

 These two requirements then shall be compiled in one folder and compressed in winrar or
winzip format using the folder name: Local Chapter_1819_RMYC_Requirements
Non-Academics.rar/zip

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Example: Angeles University Foundation

01 AUF_RMYCRNAL_2018_Masterlist.xlsx
02 AUF_RMYCRNAL_2018_Endorsement.jpg

AUF_1819_RMYC_Requirements Non-Academics.rar/zip

 The compressed file of the requirements then shall be sent via email to
nfjpia1819.r3rvpnonacademics@gmail.com on or before August 31, 2018 (Friday) with
the subject of the email as EMAILING: Local Chapter_RMYC_NON ACADEMIC
LEAGUE_2018.

Example: Angeles University Foundation

EMAILING: AUF_RMYC_NON ACADEMIC LEAGUE_2018

 In case the Local Chapter failed to submit the complete requirements on the deadline set by
the Council, there shall be a 5-point deduction from the overall score on Non Academic
Events in the 22nd RMYC.

3. Change of contestants for any of the Non Academic Events shall be allowed provided that it shall
be communicated to the Regional Vice President for Non Academics at least ONE (1) WEEK
before the said event and must comply with the following requirements:
 Duly accomplished Substitution Form (Please see Substitution Form.xlsx)
 Scanned copy of Endorsement Letter in accordance with Requirement 1.

Failure to comply with the requirements above would invalidate the substitution of contestants.

4. Each Local Chapter must select and appoint a representative (e.g., VP Non Academics) who shall
act as Liaison Officer. The Liaison Officer shall perform the following functions:
 Shall act as the main contact of the Regional Vice President for Non Academics in the Local
Chapter.
 The bona fide person allowed raising concerns, clarifications, complaints and questions to
the Non Academics Committee.
 The Liaison Officer may not be substituted by any Local Chapter officer or member.

CONTEST RULES AND MECHANICS

GENERAL

1. Contestants are advised to be at the designated place at least 30 minutes before the time
schedule.
2. Contestants must be properly registered and sign the attendance sheet before proceeding to the
competition proper. Certificates of Participation shall also be distributed upon registration or
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after each event.
3. Late contestants shall be ALLOWED to join the competition (except for JPIA Quizard : The
General Information Quiz Bee, wherein late contestants shall no longer be allowed to join
the competition) but the following rules shall apply:
 For The House of Fashionista: R3JPIA’s Supra Tough Model (Garment
Creation), The Magic Pen Series: Poetry; Essay; Short Story Writing
Competition, Maskraft: Mask Designing Competition, Copy Face: The Canvas
Painting Competition, and Click Flick: The Photo Journalism Competition, no
time extension shall be given. Late contestants should still finish within the time allotted by
the organizers.
 For The Search for Mr. and Ms. NFJPIA-Region 3: The Ambassadors of Goodwill
2018, the late candidates shall be the last to ramp on stage on the ongoing segment wear at
the time of arrival. However, the candidates shall no longer be allowed to ramp on stage on
segment wears that he/she already missed.
 For The R3JPIAn Debate Cup and Guild War: Traditional Games, participants shall
be considered default on the rounds and games that they have missed but can still join the
subsequent rounds and games at the time of arrival.
 For Once Upon a Time: The Mythology of Elements, En-Chanted: The Aca-
Magical Ensemble, Best Medicine: Lip Sync Battle, Intalengence: Quizzers Got
Talent, The House of Fashionista: R3JPIA’s Supra Tough Model (Ramp
Modelling), Speak your Mind 3.0: The Impromptu Speaking Competition and
JPIA Makata 2.0: The Spoken Word Poetry Competition, late contestants shall be
the last to perform on a particular event and a 1-Point deduction shall be given in the total
average score of that particular event.

4. Board of judges shall be selected by the Regional Council and shall have the appropriate
credentials to judge a particular event. The board of judges shall be independent in fact and in
appearance, thus, shall not be directly or closely related to any Local Chapter to maintain the
integrity of the competitions.
5. The board of judges has the sole and exclusive authority to clear or answer any
protest/clarification related to the judging of a particular event raised by the contestants. The
decision of the board of judges is final and irrevocable.
6. In case of tie, the contestant with the higher scores from majority of the judges shall be declared
as the winner.

Example:

Contestant No. Judge 1 Judge 2 Judge 3 Average Rank


1 97 90 95 94 1st Place
2 95 94 93 94 2nd Place
3 94 92 90 92 3rd Place *
4 94 88 94 92 4th Place *
5 90 90 90 90 5th Place

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* 3rd and 4th placers were determined based on deliberation since the scores are tie.

In the table above, contestant number 1 and 2 have the same average score. Since two out of three
judges gave higher score to contestant number 1, contestant number shall be declared as the 1st
place while contestant number 2 shall be the 2nd place.

In the table above, contestant number 3 and 4 have the same average score. However, one judge
gave the two contestants the same score, while one judge gave contestant number 3 a higher
score, while one judge gave contestant number 4 a higher score. In this case, the panel of judges
shall deliberate to determine the contestant with the higher rank.

7. All concerns, clarifications, complaints or questions must be directly addressed to the Regional
Vice President for Non Academics after the competition by the Liaison Officer. Any concerns,
clarifications, complaints or questions raised by any Local Chapter officer other than the Liaison
Officer shall not be entertained.
8. All submitted works, outputs and products of the competitions shall belong to NFJPIA – Region
3.
9. Gross violation of this IRR shall merit a deduction of three (3) points from their total average
score on the particular event in which the violation was made. Any unethical/unprofessional
behavior or action from the contestant/s shall automatically merit a 5-point deduction in the
determination of the Overall Ranking of the Non Academic League.
10. The Regional Council shall have the exclusive power to interpret the provisions of the IRR and
shall be vested with the power to give sanctions to any contestant who shall violate any provisions
in this IRR.
11. In case there are any concerns or protests which are not covered in this IRR, the Regional Council
shall have the absolute power and sole authority to decide and interpret the implementing rules
and regulations of the RMYC Regional Non Academic League, upon consultation with the
Regional Adviser, on matters which he deems necessary to preserve and protect the integrity of
the event. Should there be any ambiguity encountered by any party, such should be addressed
on a timely basis. The decision of the Regional Council shall be final and irrevocable.

TALENTUM: COMBINATION OF TALENT AND CREATIVITY

Once Upon A Time: The Mythology of Elements

1. Once Upon a Time: The Mythology of Elements is a theatrical performance and mass dance
competition wherein each Local Chapter shall prepare a short production based on the theme
which is the four (4) Classical Elements, namely: Fire, Earth, Water and Air. The participating
group must present all the elements in the story and performance and the story should be
magical or fantasy.
2. Each Local Chapter shall only be allowed to send one group with 10 to 20 members.
3. Each group shall be given a minimum of five (5) minutes and a maximum of eight (8)
minutes, inclusive of the 30-seconds narration.
4. A 30-second preparation and teardown time shall be given to each participating groups during
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their entrance and exit respectively.
5. The time shall start once the narration starts and shall stop when at the ending of the
presentation.
6. Time in excess/deficiency of the time requirement shall constitute a 2-pt deduction per 5
seconds and any fraction of it to their total average score.
7. A maximum of 30-seconds narration about the story shall be prepared and submitted on the
1st day of the RMYC. One representative from Local Chapter shall read the narration before the
actual performance of the group.
8. The group may use any music in the performance. The music to be used in the competition shall
be saved in a flash drive only (but Local Chapters are highly encouraging to have a backup file)
and be submitted on the 1st day of the convention upon registration with the filename Local
Chapter_OUT_Music.
9. Use of props and costumes to enhance the performance of the group shall be allowed. However,
use of pyrotechnics, live animals, explosive materials, liquid materials, party poppers and any
other materials that may damage the venue shall be strictly prohibited.
10. Use of backdrop to beautify the performance of the group shall be allowed. However, they can
only use two (2) backdrops with size of 4x8 feet each. There shall be an automatic 2-pt
deduction from the total average score if the group exceeds the number and size of backdrop.
The organizer shall measure the backdrop before the competition starts.
11. Dangerous acts or stunts are strictly prohibited.
12. Local Chapters shall coordinate with the organizers at least two (2) weeks before the 22nd
RMYC to discuss the equipment (e.g., microphones, lights, etc.) needed for the performance. In
case the equipment needed are not available in the venue, the Local Chapter shall provide the
equipment needed for the performance.
13. The Council shall not be liable in case the equipment and props have been damaged during the
convention, thus, equipment, props and other materials must be properly secured by the Local
Chapter.
14. The criteria for judging are as follows:

Criteria Percentage
Relevance to the Theme, Concept, Creativity and Originality 35%
Mastery, Technique, Choreography, Execution and Timing 30%
Storyline (including narration) 30%
Stage Presence, Costume and Props 5%
Total 100%

15. The top three highest pointers shall be declared as the 1st place, 2nd place and 3rd place
respectively.

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En-Chanted: The Aca-Magical Ensemble

1. En-Chanted: The Aca-Magical Ensemble is a bootleg, group acapella singing competition.


2. Each Local Chapter shall only be allowed to send one group with seven (7) to ten (10)
members.
3. Each group shall mash-up five (5) songs, which are composed of four (4) Disney songs of
their choice and one (1) uniform song to be given by the Regional Vice President for Non-
Academics.
4. In case the songs to be used have explicit content, the group shall remove the portion of the song
with explicit contents.
5. Group shall not be allowed to use musical instruments or minus one as musical accompaniment.
6. Each group shall make their own arrangement/mash up of the five (5) songs.
7. Each group shall be given a minimum of three (3) minutes and a maximum of five (5) minutes
to perform.
8. A 30-second preparation and teardown time shall be given to each participating groups during
their entrance and exit respectively.
9. The time shall start once when the group starts to sing and shall stop after the last note of the
song.
10. Time in excess/deficiency of the time requirement shall constitute a 2-pt deduction per 5
seconds and any fraction of it to their total average score.
11. Use of choreography is highly encouraged but dangerous acts or stunts are strictly prohibited.
12. Use of props and costumes to enhance the performance of the group shall be allowed. However,
use of pyrotechnics, live animals, explosive materials, liquid materials, party poppers and any
other materials that may damage the venue are strictly prohibited.
13. Local Chapters shall coordinate with the organizers at least two (2) weeks before the 22nd
RMYC to discuss the equipment (e.g., microphones, lights, etc.) needed for the performance. In
case the equipment needed are not available in the venue, the Local Chapter shall provide the
equipment needed for the performance.
14. The Council shall not be liable in case the equipment and props have been damaged during the
convention, thus, equipment, props and other materials must be properly secured by the Local
Chapter.
15. The criteria for judging are as follows:

Criteria Percentage
Voice Quality 30%
Technique, Execution and Timing 30%
Pronunciation and Lyrics Mastery 20%
Harmony and Appeal 15%
Choreography, Stage Presence, Costume and Props 5%
Total 100%

16. The top three highest pointers shall be declared as the 1st place, 2nd place and 3rd place
respectively.

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Best Medicine: The Lip Sync Battle

1. Best Medicine: The Lip Sync Battle is a stand-up comedy and group lip syncing competition.
2. Each Local Chapter shall only be allowed to send one group with two (2) to three (3)
members for this competition.
3. Each group shall prepare a combination of songs from Official Soundtracks of Filipino Fantasy
movies/series and famous lines from Filipino Fantasy movies/series. However, the presentation
must not contain any subliminal, sexually suggestive or vulgar words or lyrics. Pointed actions
of a contestant shall merit a 2-pt deduction from the total average score.
4. Each group may dress and impersonate TV/movie icons or any celebrities during their
performance. The contestant may also dance or act just to make the audience laugh. Facial
expressions and exaggerated movements shall be present mostly in the entire performance.
5. Dangerous acts or stunts are strictly prohibited.
6. Each group shall be given a minimum of three (3) minutes and a maximum of four (4)
minutes.
7. A 30-second preparation and teardown time shall be given to each participating groups during
their entrance and exit respectively.
8. The time shall start once the music starts and shall stop after the last note of the song.
9. Time in excess/deficiency of the time requirement shall constitute a 2-pt deduction per 5
seconds and any fraction of it to their total average score.
10. Use of choreography is highly encouraged but dangerous acts or stunts are strictly prohibited.
11. Local Chapters shall coordinate with the organizers at least two (2) weeks before the 22nd
RMYC to discuss the equipment (e.g., microphones, lights etc.) needed for the performance. In
case the equipment needed are not available in the venue, the Local Chapter shall provide the
equipment needed for the performance.
12. Use of props and costumes to enhance the performance of the contestant shall be allowed.
However, use of pyrotechnics, live animals, explosive materials, liquid materials, party poppers
and any other materials that may damage the venue are strictly prohibited.
13. The music to be used in the competition shall be saved in a flash drive only (but Local Chapters
are highly encouraging to have a backup file) and be submitted on the 1 st day of the convention
upon registration with the filename Local Chapter_Lip Sync Battle_Music.
14. The criteria for judging are as follows:

Criteria Percentage
Lip Sync Ability 40%
Appearance, Performance and Stage Presence 30%
Entertainment Value 20%
Overall Creativity (Costume and Props) 10%
Total 100%

15. The top three highest pointers shall be declared as the 1st place, 2nd place and 3rd place
respectively.

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Intalengence: Quizzers’ Got Talent

1. Quizzer’s Got Talent is an individual competition which aims to exhibit the talent of the academic
quizzers that they are not just for academically excellent but also talented individuals.
2. Each Local Chapter shall only be allowed to send a maximum of two (2) academic quizzers.
3. This competition shall not be restricted to dancing or singing. Any act shall be allowed as long as
it is decent and moral.
4. Each contestant shall be allowed to have a maximum of two (2) backup dancers or singers.
However, the contestant should be the main attraction or the center of the performance. The
backup should wear an all-black garb attire.
5. Each contestant shall be given a minimum of two (2) minutes and a maximum of three (3)
minutes for their performances which includes the entrance and exit.
6. A 30-second preparation and teardown time shall be given to each participating groups during
their entrance and exit respectively.
7. The time shall start once the music or act starts and shall stop at the end of the act.
8. Time in excess/deficiency of the time requirement shall constitute a 2-pt deduction per 5
seconds and any fraction of it to their total average score.
9. Dangerous acts or stunts are strictly prohibited.
10. Use of props and costumes to enhance the performance of the group shall be allowed. However,
use of pyrotechnics, live animals, explosive materials, liquid materials, party poppers and any
other materials that may damage the venue are strictly prohibited.
11. Local Chapter shall coordinate with the organizers at least two (2) weeks before the 22nd RMYC
to discuss the equipment (e.g., projector, microphones, lights, etc.) needed for the performance.
In case the equipment needed are not available in the venue, the Local Chapter shall provide the
equipment needed for the performance.
12. The Council shall not be liable in case the equipment and props have been damaged during the
convention, thus, equipment, props and other materials must be properly secured by the Local
Chapter.
13. The music to be used in the competition shall be saved in a flash drive only (but Local Chapters
are highly encouraging to have a backup file) and be submitted on the 1 st day of the convention
upon registration with the filename Local Chapter_QGT_Music.
14. The criteria for judging are as follows:

Criteria Percentage
Mastery, Execution and Timing 30%
Showmanship and Entertainment Value 30%
Creativity and Originality 20%
Projection and Stage Presence 10%
Overall Impact 10%
Total 100%

15. The top three contestants with the highest score shall be declared as 1 st place, 2nd place and 3rd
place respectively.

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The House of Fashionista: R3JPIA’s Supra Tough Model

1. House of Fashionista: R3JPIA’s Supra Tough Model is a fashion-themed couture, ramp and
modelling competition with a twist.
2. Each Local Chapter shall only be allowed to send only one (1) pair of models composed of one
(1) male and one (1) female for this event and one (1) group of designers with three (3)
members.
3. The competition shall be divided into three segments. Garment Creation, Photough Shoot and
Tough Modelling.
4. Wardrobes of the models must correspond to the themes of collection:
 Creative Local Chapter Wear (Shade of Emerald)
 Paper Dolls
 Elemental Gods and Goddesses

5. All the participating groups are required to have a collection name (for example: R3 Couture).
6. Nudity or indecent garments (i.e. too revealing) shall be strictly prohibited.

Garment Creation

1. All designers shall be given four (4) hours to create all the three (3) garments corresponding
to the themes of collection.
2. Materials to be used in garment creation shall be limited to the following:

Creative Local Chapter Wear (Shade of Emerald)


 Any coloring materials (i.e., paint, water colors), paper/plastic cups, plastic bottles, garbage
and plastic bags, dried leaves, barks, sacks, drinking straws, bottle caps, wrappers/packaging
(i.e., candy/chips wrapper, bubble wrap, shampoo sachet, soap/toothpaste packaging) and
steel/tin/metal cans (i.e., soft drinks can, sardines can).
 Local Chapter Shirt and pants.

Paper Dolls
 Newspapers, magazines, colored papers, manila papers, cardboard, carton, cardboards or
any kind of paper as long as it is nonmetallic paper.
 Based garments such as tube, skirts, shorts and underwear.

Elemental Gods and Goddesses


 Any materials as long as it conform to the following elements: Fire, Earth, Water and Air.

3. Use of other materials not specified above shall be strictly prohibited. The organizers shall
inspect the materials to be used before the start of the competition. There shall be a 2-pt
deduction from the total average score of a particular theme during the Pre-Judging of Designs
if there would violations on this provision.
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Designers must also bring all their tools and materials to the designated venue.
5. Models shall be allowed to be inside the venue for the purpose of measuring the garments. The
models are strictly prohibited to assist the designers in creating the garments.
6. Usage of already partially or fully finished garment or rented clothing for tough modelling is
strictly prohibited. Violation of this rule shall automatically disqualify the participant/s from
the competition.
7. Contestants are allowed to make back dress as long as it conforms to a maximum height of
one (1) foot and a width of one (1) foot from the contestant’s shoulder. Also, models
shall be allowed to wear a headdress with maximum height of two (2) feet and width of
one (1) foot from the contestant’s head. If there would be violations on this provision, the
said accessories shall not be allowed to be worn by the models.
8. Pre-judging shall occur prior to the commencement of the runway show. The designer should
present their garments/creations to the judges.
9. The criteria for judging are as follows:

Creative Local Chapter Wear

Criteria Percentage
Quality of Garment Construction and Creativity 40%
Use of Materials 30%
Adherence to the Theme 20%
Overall Design 10%
Total 100%

Paper Dolls Wear

Criteria Percentage
Quality of Garment Construction and Creativity 40%
Use of Materials 30%
Adherence to the Theme 20%
Overall Design 10%
Total 100%

Elemental Gods and Goddesses Wear

Criteria Percentage
Quality of Garment Construction and Creativity 40%
Use of Materials 30%
Adherence to the Theme 20%
Overall Design 10%
Total 100%

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10. The garment with the highest points for each theme shall be given the following special awards:
a. Best Creative Local Chapter Wear
b. Best Paper Dolls Wear
c. Best Elemental Gods and Goddesses Wear

11. The winners in the Garment Creation shall be determined based on the following criteria:

Criteria Percentage
Creative Local Chapter Wear 35%
Paper Dolls 30%
Elemental Gods and Goddesses 35%
Total 100%

12. The collection who garnered the highest average points in the Garment Creation segment shall
receive a special award of Best Fashionista Designer.

Photough Shoot

1. The pictorial of the models shall happen during the Convention at a designated area. Personal
photos shall not be considered as an official entry to the competition.
2. The models shall wear plain white V-neck T-shirt, Jeans and heels for the female models and any
footwear for the male models. Accessories shall be limited to earrings or necklace only and shall
only be allowed for female contestants. Use of make-up to enhance the beauty of the models shall
be allowed.
3. The model shall strike a pose using the mystery item provided by the organizers.
4. The judges shall rate every contestant based on the following criteria:

Criteria Percentage
Poise and Bearing 20%
Projection and Confidence 20%
Creativity and Originality of Pose 30%
Beauty and Elegance 20%
Overall Impact 10%
Total 100%

5. The models (i.e., one male and one female) who garnered the highest scores in the Photough
Shoot segment shall receive special awards of Mr. and Ms. Photoughenic.

Tough Modelling

1. The models and designers should be at the venue 30 minutes before the event starts.
2. The Tough Modelling shall be divided into three (3) rounds.

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a. First Round

The models shall ramp their Creative Local Chapter Wear and must complete the
obstacle.

b. Second Round

The models shall strike three (3) different poses using the mystery item while wearing their
Paper Doll attire.

c. Final Round

The models shall ramp their Elemental Gods and Goddesses wear. All designers and
models shall prepare for the fashion show with their music and routines. The team shall be
given time for rehearsing their blockings and walks prior to the Tough Modelling Proper. The
time of the ramp shall not exceed 90 seconds including entrance and exit. At the end of this
round, the models, together with the fashion designer, must be at the center stage for the final
pose.

3. The judges shall rate every contestant based on the following criteria :

a. First Round

Criteria Percentage
Poise and Bearing 50%
Projection and Confidence 40%
Overall Impact 10%
Total 100%

b. Second Round

Criteria Percentage
Poise and Bearing 40%
Creativity and Originality of Pose 30%
Projection and Confidence 20%
Overall Impact 10%
Total 100%

c. Third Round

Criteria Percentage
Poise and Bearing 40%
Projection and Confidence 30%

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Criteria Percentage
Music and Fashion Routine 20%
Overall Impact 10%
Total 100%

4. Winners of this segment shall be determined based on the following criteria:

Criteria Percentage
First Round (Creative Local Chapter Wear) 35%
Second Round (Paper Doll) 30%
Third Round (Elemental Gods and Goddesses Fashion) 35%
Total 100%

5. The models (i.e., male and female) who garnered the highest average percentage in the Tough
Modelling segment shall receive a special award of Mr. and Ms. Tough Model.
6. Overall winners shall be determined based on the following criteria:

Criteria Percentage
Garment Creation 40%
Photough Shoot 20%
Tough Modelling 40%
Total 100%

7. The top three highest pointers shall be declared as the 1st place, 2nd place and 3rd place
respectively.

ENCHANTED WISDOM: THE LITERARY ARTS COMPETITION

The Magic Pen Series: Slam Poetry; Essay Writing; Short Story Writing

1. The Magic Pen Series: Slam Poetry; Essay Writing; Short Story Writing Competition is a Literary
Arts competition which intends to expose the artistic and the epigrammatic side of the members.
2. There are three (3) competitions under this event:
 Slam Poetry
 Essay Writing
 Short Story Writing

3. The contestants must be on the venue 30 minutes before the competitions start. These
competitions shall be simultaneously held.
4. The entry must be an original piece of the contestant. Plagiarism is highly prohibited.
5. Contestants shall be given pen and papers during the event proper.

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Slam Poetry

1. Each Local Chapter shall only be allowed to send maximum of two (2) representatives.
2. Filipino shall be the medium of expression. Vulgar words or obscene language(s) is / are highly
prohibited.
3. The piece must contain a maximum of 250 words. The theme shall be given on the day of the
competition.
4. The contestants shall be given one (1) hour to finish their piece after which the piece shall be
submitted to the organizer.
5. The criteria for judging are as follows:

Criteria Percentage
Relevance to the Theme 20%
Originality, Creativity and Artistry 20%
Coherence and Harmony of Words 20%
Clarity of Imagery and Language 20%
Message 20%
Total 100%

6. The top three highest pointers shall be declared as the 1st place, 2nd place and 3rd place
respectively.

Essay Writing

1. Each Local Chapter shall only be allowed to send maximum of two (2) representatives.
2. English shall be the medium of expression. Vulgar words or obscene language(s) is / are highly
prohibited.
3. The essay should be at least 1,000 words, excluding the title. The theme shall be given on the
day of the competition.
4. The contestants shall be given 1 hour and 30 minutes to finish their piece after which the
piece shall be submitted to the organizer.
5. The criteria for judging are as follows:

Criteria Percentage
Premise/Concept and Relevance to the Theme 20%
Organization and Structure 20%
Originality, Creativity and Artistry 30%
Message 20%
Grammar, Choice of Words and Spelling 10%
Total 100%

6. The top three highest pointers shall be declared as the 1st place, 2nd place and 3rd place
respectively.

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Short Story Writing

1. Each Local chapter shall only be allowed to send one (1) representative.
2. English shall be the medium of expression. Vulgar words or obscene language(s) is / are highly
prohibited.
3. An entry must be at least three (3) pages but not more than five (5) pages and this should
already include a one page synopsis. The theme shall be given on the day of the competition.
4. The contestants shall be given two (2) hours to finish their piece after which the piece shall be
submitted to the organizer.
5. The criteria for judging are as follows:

Criteria Percentage
Premise/Concept and Relevance to the Theme 20%
Character 10%
Setting 10%
Structure, Plot and Pacing 20%
Style and Tone 30%
Message 20%
Grammar, Choice of Words and Spelling 10%
Total 100%

6. The top three highest pointers shall be declared as the 1st place, 2nd place and 3rd place
respectively.

Speak Your Mind 3.0: The Impromptu Speaking Competition

1. Speak Your Mind 3.0: The Impromptu Speaking Competition is an immediate speech
competition with random topics.
2. Each Local Chapter shall only be allowed to send two (2) contestants for this competition.
3. Each contestant shall answer a topic he/she picked from the bowl.
4. English shall be the medium of expression. Vulgar words or obscene language(s) is / are highly
prohibited.
5. Each contestant shall be given one (1) minute preparation time before the delivery of his/her
speech and two (2) minutes to deliver his/her speech.
6. Signal shall be given to mark the end of 1st minute. The 2nd signal shall be given after 1 ½ minutes
to notify the contestant to wrap up his/her speech. After two minutes, the contestant shall be
request to end his/her speech.
7. All contestants are required to be in business attire during the competition.
8. The criteria for judging are as follows:

Criteria Percentage
Speech Content 30%
Organization of Ideas 30%

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Criteria Percentage
Voice Quality (Projection, Modulation, Emphasis and Diction) 20%
Delivery (Gesture, Facial Expression, Eye Contact and Appearance) 10%
Overall Impact 10%
Total 100%

9. The top three highest pointers shall be declared as the 1st place, 2nd place and 3rd place
respectively.

JPIA Makata 2.0: The Spoken Word Poetry Competition

1. JPIA Makata 2.0: The Spoken Word Poetry Competition is a literary, oral, modern poetry
competition. It is an oral art that focuses on the aesthetics of word play, intonation and voice
inflection, such being recited aloud and lively.
2. Each Local Chapter shall only be allowed to send one (1) participant for this competition.
3. The participant for this event shall create his/her piece based on the topic/theme that shall be
given during the convention.
4. Filipino shall be used as the medium of expression. Use of vulgar, explicit and offensive language
shall be strictly prohibited.
5. Each participant shall be given two (2) hours to finish their piece.
6. Each participant shall memorize their piece and deliver it within a minimum of two (2)
minutes and a maximum of three (3) minutes, which includes the entrance and exit. The
Council shall give sufficient time for the participants to memorize their piece.
7. The time shall start on the first word of the piece and shall end after the last word of the piece.
8. Time in excess/deficiency of the time requirement shall constitute a 2-pt deduction per 5
seconds and any fraction of it to their total average score.
9. Each participant shall be wearing their official Local Chapter JPIA shirt for them to be identified
during the contest proper.
10. The criteria for judging are as follows:

Spoken Word Poetry Piece

Criteria Percentage
Relevance to the Theme 50%
Creativity/Style and Originality 30%
Coherence of form and Structure (Harmony of words, Presentation) 10%
Clarity of imagery and language 10%
Total 100%

Spoken Word Poetry Performance Proper

Criteria Percentage
Voice Articulation (Word Play, Intonation, Voice Inflection) 30%

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Criteria Percentage
Interpretation and Expression of the Piece 30%
Stage Presence 15%
Delivery (Facial Expressions and Gestures) 15%
Mastery 5%
Overall Impact 5%
Total 100%

11. The winners shall be determined based on the following criteria:

Criteria Percentage
Spoken Word Poetry Piece 40%
Spoken Word Poetry Performance Proper 60%
Total 100%

12. The top three highest pointers shall be declared as the 1st place, 2nd place and 3rd place
respectively.

The R3JPIAn Debate Cup

1. The R3JPIAn Cup seeks to showcase the ability of the JPIAns to make solid arguments with well
- grounded substantiations, coupled with persuasive delivery and team dynamics. It also serves
as a conduit of interest in active discourse, as it is a venue of witty and knowledgeable
interactions.
2. Each Local Chapter shall only be allowed to send one (1) entry to the debate competition
composed of three (3) speakers.
3. The Asian Parliamentary Debate Format shall be used. The language to be used is English.
4. Participants must be in their executive attire during the competition proper.
5. Each team is required to register 15 minutes before the start of the competition.
6. All the teams are required to attend the orientation. A team arriving five minutes after the
program had started shall be considered in default.
7. The teams shall be given 30 minutes to prepare their speeches and to research within or in
close proximity to the venue. Laptops, broadband and dictionaries shall be allowed to be used
during the competition.
8. The competition shall be composed of three rounds: Elimination, Semi-Final, and Final Rounds.
9. The Board of Adjudicators shall be composed of a Chief Adjudicator and two Deputy Chief
Adjudicators. They shall decide on the winning team. Their decision shall be final and therefore
irrevocable.
10. The debaters shall speak in the following order:
a. Prime Minister - 7 minutes
b. Leader of the Opposition - 7 minutes
c. Deputy Prime Minister - 7 minutes
d. Deputy Leader of Opposition - 7 minutes

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e. Government Whip - 7 minutes
f. Opposition Whip - 7 minutes
g. Opposition Reply - 4 minutes
h. Government Reply - 4 minutes

11. Reply speeches can be given by only the first 2 speakers of each side.
12. During the debate proper, the debaters shall be guided by the following signals;
a. First clap – first minute has passed
b. Second clap – one minute remaining
c. Two claps – time is up

13. POI’s or Point of Information can be raised after the first clap until the second clap which shall
be delivered within 15 seconds only. POI’s can be clarificatory, informative, inquisitive or
rebuttal. POI’s are highly encouraged for a dynamic debate.
14. Adjudicators judge the rounds with the following criteria:

Criteria Percentage
Matter 45%

Arguments, POI’s, Content of Speeches, Analysis and Substantiation


Manner 30%

Delivery, Gestures, Eye Contact, Persuasiveness, Use of Notes


Method 25%

Structure of speeches, Team Dynamics, and How speeches work as a


whole in the team’s cases
Total 100%

15. Adjudicators shall accord speaker scores to the debaters during the elimination rounds and shall
be averaged. The top three speakers shall be acknowledged as the 3rd Best Speaker, 2nd Best
Speaker and the Best Speaker, respectively.
16. Scoring criteria is as follows:

Score Description
70-72 Weakness greatly out-weigh strengths
73-74 Weakness out-weigh strengths; below average
75 Strengths and weaknesses are equal; average
76-77 Strengths out-weigh weaknesses fairly, delivered an above average speech
78-79 Strengths greatly out-weigh weaknesses, excellent speech
80 No observable weak points

17. Reply speeches are scored with the regular criteria to be divided by two.

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18. The top three individuals with the highest score shall be declared as Best Speakers (Top 3).
19. The top three groups with the highest score shall be declared as 1 st place, 2nd place and 3rd place
respectively.

CREARTISTRY: THE VISUAL ARTS COMPETITION

Maskraft: Mask Designing Competition

1. Maskraft: Mask Designing Competition is a competition that entails creativity in design and an
opportunity to learn more about recycling, responsible use of resources and sustainable living
through creative exploration.
2. Each Local Chapter shall only be allowed to send one group composed of three (3) members,
one being the model and the rest being the artists.
3. All groups are given two (2) hours to design their mask.
4. Participants must also bring all their tools and materials to the designated venue.
5. The Council shall provide the mask to be used by the participants during the Convention.
6. The following materials that can be used in the contest are:

Any coloring materials (i.e., paint, water colors), paper/plastic cups, plastic bottles, garbage
and plastic bags, dried leaves, barks, drinking straws, bottle caps, wrappers/packaging (i.e.,
candy/chips wrapper, bubble wrap, shampoo sachet, soap/toothpaste packaging),
newspapers, magazines, colored papers, manila papers, cardboards, cartons, metallic papers,
kraft papers, paperboards, steel/tin/metal cans (i.e., soft drinks can, sardines can).

7. Use of other materials not specified above is strictly prohibited. There shall be a 2-pt deduction
from the total average score if there would violations on this provision.
8. The design must be at the maximum radius not greater than 24 inches with the mask as the
center.
9. The models shall be wearing their official Local Chapter JPIA shirt for them to be identified
during the contest proper and would do a ramp to show off their Local Chapters’ designed mask.
10. The criteria for judging are as follows:

Criteria Percentage
Creativity and Originality (Inventiveness, Expression of Ideas and 40%
Imagination)
Craftsmanship and Use of Materials 30%
Relevance to the Theme 20%
Visual Appeal 10%
Total 100%

11. The top three highest pointers shall be declared as the 1st place, 2nd place and 3rd place
respectively.

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Copy Face: The Canvas Painting Competition

1. Copy Face: The Canvas Painting Competition is a canvas painting competition for creativity of
design with a twist of imitating image.
2. Each Local Chapter shall only be allowed to send one (1) group composed of two (2) members.
3. The Council shall provide the canvas to be used by the participants. Size of the canvas shall be
announced at least two (2) weeks before the convention. Local Chapters should bring their
own painting materials.
4. Materials shall be, but not limited, to the following:

Acrylic paints, paintbrushes, artist palette, rag/paper towels, cup for water. Participants are
also advised to bring newspapers to prevent creating mess in the venue.

5. Use of other materials not specified above is strictly prohibited. There shall be a 2-pt deduction
from the total average score if there would violations on this provision.
6. The participants shall copy the face image given by the organizers during the contest proper. The
participants shall be given the discretion to apply any type of painting techniques such as but not
limited to Expressionism, Surrealism, etc.
7. Each pair shall be given three (3) hours to complete their painting.
8. The criteria for judging shall be as follows:

Criteria Percentage
Creativity and Artistry 30%
Imitation of Image Given 30%
Neatness and Color Harmony 20%
Visual Appeal 20%
Total 100%

9. The top three highest pointers shall be declared as the 1st place, 2nd place and 3rd place
respectively.

Click Flick: The Photo Journalism Competition

1. Click Flick: The Photo Journalism Competition is a competition that employs images in order to
tell a news story.
2. Each Local Chapter shall only be allowed to send one (1) participant for this competition.
3. Participants shall bring their own digital camera or DSLR camera, laptop, card reader, camera
connector, USB flash drive and black marker to be used for their caption.
4. Participants shall take pictures based on the theme that shall be announced during the contest
proper.
5. Participants may take as many pictures as they want but would be asked to select the five (5) of
their best shots.
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exhausting two (2) hours, the participants shall be given 20 minutes to select and submit their
photos through a USB flash drive.
7. In case the camera needs a special driver for importing pictures, such driver must be installed in
the laptop. The laptop shall be used for file managing only. It is to be noted that the pictures
that shall be submitted shall be ‘raw’ captures. Editing and enhancing the photos using any
application software shall automatically disqualify the participant from this competition.
8. Failure to submit the selected photos within the time allotted shall mean disqualification from
the competition.
9. From the five (5) best shots, the participants shall choose one (1) main photo and four (4)
supporting photos.
10. The pictures shall be renamed using the following filenames:

Example: Angeles University Foundation

AUF_Click Flick (folder name)


AUF_Main_Picture
AUF_Supporting_Picture_1
AUF_Supporting_Picture_2
AUF_Supporting_Picture_3
AUF_Supporting_Picture_4

11. A mini photo gallery shall also be built for the purpose of judging and exhibiting the entries of
this competition.
12. The participants shall be asked to prepare a one-sentence caption not exceeding 15 words for
their respective sets of pictures in 30 minutes. The organizers shall provide cartolina and
adhesives wherein the contestants could put their photos and write their captions.
13. The criteria for judging are as follows:

Criteria Percentage
Technicalities (brightness, contrast, lighting, color, sharpness depth) 30%
Composition, coherence and relevance to the theme (message conveyed 30%
by the set of pictures as a whole)
Subject 20%
Caption Content 10%
Overall Impact 10%
Total 100%

14. The top three highest pointers shall be declared as the 1st place, 2nd place and 3rd place
respectively.

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BRILLIANCE OF ADEPTNESS

Guild War: Traditional Games

Guild War: Traditional Games is one of the most awaited events in the 22nd Regional Mid-Year
Convention. Participants shall be grouped in four (4) guilds and shall compete in different games
such as Patintero, Charades Race, Chinese Garter, Tug of War, and Sack Race.

Contest Rules and Mechanics (General)

1. Each Local Chapter must send eight (8) representatives with four (4) males and four (4)
females who know how to play all the games.
2. Participants shall be grouped into four (4) guilds. The groupings shall be assigned by the
organizers and shall be announced one week before the convention.
3. Each guild shall be a composed of members from different Local Chapters. However, all players
from one Local Chapter shall be grouped in one guild.
4. The number of players for each game shall depend on the total number of participants.
5. Round Robin System shall be applied.
6. The guild which garnered the most number of points shall be declared as the overall winner of
this event.
7. The Regional Council shall have the exclusive power to interpret the provisions of the IRR and
shall be vested with the power to give sanctions to any contestant who shall violate any provisions
in this IRR.
8. In case there are any concerns or protests which are not covered in this IRR, the Regional Council
shall have the absolute power and sole authority to decide and interpret the implementing rules
and regulations of “Guild War: Traditional Games”, upon consultation with the Regional
Adviser, on matters which he deems necessary to preserve and protect the integrity of the event.
Should there be any ambiguity encountered by any party, such should be addressed on a timely
basis. The decision of the Regional Council shall be final and irrevocable.

The Four Guilds

1. Fire Nation
2. Water Tribe
3. Earth Kingdom
4. Air Nomads

The Games

1. Patintero
2. Charades Race
3. Chinese Garter
4. Tug of War
5. Sack Race
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Patintero

1. Before the game, a member of each guild shall participate in a coin toss. Then the winner of the
toss coin shall select if their guild would be the offensive or defensive guild during the 1st round.
2. Offensive guild gains point by having a player to successfully pass the course and return to their
home base without having physical contact with any member of the defensive guild (guard).
3. All defensive players must stay in their designated lines. A defensive player touching an offensive
player shall not be valid if the defensive player is not within the designated line.
4. Defensive players must touch the offensive player in an upright posture. Crawling is strictly
prohibited.
5. Each game shall have three (3) rounds and each round shall be limited to three (3) minutes.
After each round, the guilds shall exchange position.
6. Each round is considered completed when an offensive player had a physical contact with a
defensive player, when an offensive player returned to the home base within the time limit or
when the time allotted has elapsed.
7. Each guild shall earn point for every member who can safely cross a line. The pointing system
shall be as follows:

Start Points Home Points


1st Line 1 5th Line 2
2nd Line 2 4th Line 3
3rd Line 2 3rd Line 3
4th Line 2 2nd Line 3
5th Line 3 1st Line 5

8. The guild which gathered the most number of points after the game shall de declared as the
winner.

Charades Race

1. Each shall send a representative to draw a category from the list. Each category shall have a set
of 20 words/phrases that the guild shall interpret.
2. Each shall be given two minutes before the actual game begins so as to discuss strategies and
the meanings of the different gestures.
3. The first player of each guild shall pick one out of the 20 pieces of paper where the words/phrases
are written.
4. The player shall then communicate the words/phrases through hand gestures and body
language. Spelling or other direct means of conveying the words/phrases shall NOT BE
ALLOWED.
5. The player may first communicate the number of words or syllables in the words/phrases.
6. The rest of the guild shall speak out what they can make out of the words/phrases.
7. Once the correct answer is said, the first player would tap the next player.
8. Repeat the process until all words are correctly guessed.

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9. Each guild shall be given 20 minutes to guess all the words/phrases in the set.
10. The guild may choose to skip word/phrases. But in such case, skipped words/phrases can no
longer be solved in a later time.
11. The first guild to finish (wherein all words/phrases have been correctly guessed) or the guild with
the most words/phrases correctly guessed after exhausting 20 minutes shall be deemed as the
winner of the game.

Chinese Garter

1. Each Guild shall send five (5) representatives to compete with this game.
2. The objective of the game then is to be able to successfully jump over the garter as it is gradually
held higher by the game posts.
3. The Chinese Garter game will be subdivided into ten levels:
 Level 1 – Around the height of their hips
 Level 2 – Waist high
 Level 3 – Chest high
 Level 4 – Shoulder high
 Level 5 – Head high
 Level 6 – At the tip of the head
 Level 7 – A few inches above the head
 Level 8 – Also known as the Father / Mother Jump, as high as a participant’s raising his arms
high on tip toes.
4. Once a team member fails to jump at a certain level the player will be eliminated until three (3)
players left and the guild which has the most number of players left after the game shall de
declared as the winner.

Tug of War

1. Three parallel lines shall be drawn two (2) meters apart. The outer lines shall be the home base
of each guild while the other line shall be the center mark.
2. A handkerchief shall be tied at the middle of the rope to serve as the center mark.
3. The players shall hold both end of the rope and pull the rope on the side of their home base until
the handkerchief reaches the guild’s home base.
4. Players are encouraged not to immediately let go of the rope even after the game master declared
a winner of the round to avoid accidents.
5. The rope shall be held freely and should not be twisted around any part of the body during the
game.
6. Wearing of gloves is REQUIRED. Each player is required to bring their own gloves and these
gloves shall only be worn during the Tug of War.
7. Players who shall fail to bring their own gloves shall not be allowed to compete in the Tug of War.
8. Each game shall have three (3) rounds and the team who won two out of the three rounds shall
be declared the winner for the game.

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Sack Race

1. Two parallel lines shall be drawn 10 meters apart. One is the starting line and the other one is
the goal line.
2. Each guild shall be given a sack. First member shall wear the sack on both feet and shall hop
going to the goal line and shall return to the starting line. Upon reaching to the starting line, the
next player shall go in the sack and both of them shall hop going to the goal and then return.
3. The next player in line shall repeat the same process until all players are all in the sack and have
finished the race.
4. The first guild which finished the race shall be declared as the winner of the round.
5. Each game shall have three (3) rounds and the guild who won two out of the three rounds shall
be declared the winner for the game.

JPIA Quizard: The General Information Quiz Bee

1. Each Local Chapter must send one (1) group composed of three (3) members for this
competition.
2. Contestants are advised to be at the designated area of competition 30 minutes before the time
schedule. Late contestant shall no longer be allowed to join the competition.
3. The JPIA Quizard: The General Information Quiz Bee shall be comprised of three rounds
namely: Easy, Average and Difficult.
4. Time allotment, number of items and corresponding points (right minus wrong) are as follows:

Easy Average Difficult


Time Allotment 10 seconds 15 seconds 20 seconds
Number Of Items 10 8 7
Corresponding Correct 3 5 7
Points Wrong (1) (2) (3)

5. The quizmaster shall read each question ONCE.


6. There shall be a set of quizzers with three (3) members. After every question by the quizmaster,
each quizzer shall raise the letter of their answer.
7. The Council shall provide raise boards and markers for each Local Chapter.
8. The group shall assign a group leader. Only the group leader shall be allowed to write the answer
on the board after the quiz master says “GO”.
9. Group leaders who shall violate this shall be given a warning on the 1st offense. 2nd offense shall
mean disqualification from the particular question while, 3rd offense entails disqualification from
the competition.
10. The groups shall not be provided with a copy of the question in the entire quiz bee but the
questions shall be flashed on the screen.
11. A judge or board of judges shall be selected by the Council who can give an intelligent and
independent decision.
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any protest/clarification raised by the contestants. The decision of the judge or board of judges
is final and irrevocable.
13. Before proceeding to the next question, the contestants solely, shall be given an allotted time of
five seconds to raise a protest/clarification, to request for new marker or to raise any other
concerns. After the allotted time has elapsed, the quizmaster shall read the next question, thus,
protest, clarification, or any concerns shall no longer be entertained.
14. The top three highest pointers shall be declared as the 1st place, 2nd place and 3rd place
respectively. In case of tie after all rounds, clincher questions shall be given until the deadlock is
broken.

FUSION OF BEAUTY AND WIT

Eminentia: The Search for Mr. and Ms. NFJPIA-Region 3: The Ambassadors of
Goodwill (AOG) 2018

Background

The pageant is definitely one of the most awaited and well-participated event in Non-Academics.
Truly, it is not a mere competition and showcase of talent, beauty and intelligence of our Region, but
also a way to show true beauty, through the various outreach programs and charity works that the
Local Chapters perform as part of the competition. Being Ambassadors of Goodwill is not the end of
their career, but rather the beginning of their social responsibility as JPIAns. This competition holds
true in fulfilling the activities that aims toward the promotion of social awareness to every member
of the council through the support of the title holders of this pageant. This will show the True Beauty
of Region 3, one we could pride in the Nation. Therefore, the competitors are required to present a
fully documented outreach program for the “Epitome of Benevolence Award”, the primary
reason why the competition winner is called the “Ambassadors of Goodwill”.

Objectives

1. To select the Ambassadors who shall help the Culture and Sports Committee and the NFJPIA-
R3 in general in building and promoting goodwill.
2. To recognize and share the beauty, talent and intelligence of JPIAns.
3. To allow the members to serve as messengers of benevolence and character by enhancing their
social awareness.
4. To develop the creativity, not only of the candidates, but also of the people who shall help them
in the meticulous preparation for this event.
5. To offer an opportunity for members to gain confidence and develop character.
6. To serve as a venue for acquaintance of members from all over the region.
7. To appreciate the richness of the cultures of different Local Chapters.
8. To select the region’s representatives in The Search for Mr. and Ms. NFJPIA - Ambassadors of
Goodwill 2018 to be held during the National Mid-Year Convention of NFJPIA.

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Duties and Responsibilities of the Mr. and Ms. NFJPIA-Region 3: Ambassadors of
Goodwill 2018

The winners shall have a commitment for one federation year with the NFJPIA – Region 3 and shall
have the following duties and responsibilities.
1. To assist the Regional Vice President for Non Academics in the community extension projects of
NFJPIA-R3 Council.
2. To represent NFJPIA-R3 in the Search for NFJPIA’s Mr. and Ms. Ambassadors of Goodwill 2018.
3. To turnover of the crown to the next Mr. and Ms. NFJPIA – Region 3: Ambassadors of Goodwill
2018.

Specific Qualifications

1. The competition is open to all bona fide members of the NFJPIA-R3 federation year 2018–2019
and registered delegates of the 22nd RMYC.
2. Must be of good moral character and must not have undergone any disciplinary sanctions or have
been involved in any crime, public misconduct or improper behavior.
3. Candidates can be a graduating student for the year 2018 until the end of 2019.
4. Must not have any failing grades in any subjects.
5. Candidates of The Search for Mr. and Ms. NFJPIA-Region 3: Ambassadors of Goodwill 2018 in
prior years shall no longer be allowed to join.
6. Male candidates must be at least 5’5” in height and female candidates must be at least 5’2” in
height.

Requirements

1. Letter of intention to join the AOG together with the names of the candidates shall be sent to the
Regional Vice President for Non Academics on or before August 23, 2018 (Thursday) via e-
mail at nfjpia1819.r3rvpnonacademics@gmail.com with the filename Local Chapter_22nd
RMYC_AOG_Letter of Intent.docx with the subject of the email as Local Chapter_22nd
RMYC_AOG_Letter of Intent.
2. Each contestant must submit the following requirements:
 Duly accomplished Application Form (soft copy).
 Certification of enrolment/registration as an Accountancy/Accounting student in the current
school year and identification (I.D.) card (scanned copy).
 Certified true copy of grades from 1st year to present from the school Registrar (scanned copy).
 2 copies of a recent 2x2 picture in white background (hard and soft copy).
 1 5R close up photo (topless for male candidates and a white tube for the female candidates)
(hard and soft copy).

Note: The candidates of the pageant shall be included in the master list and Endorsement
Letter of non-academic event contestants to be submitted to the Regional Vice President for
Non Academics.

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3. The Local Chapter shall submit a copy of the documentation of the Outreach Program in a CD,
either ".wmv", ".avi" or “.mp4” format only. The CD shall be labeled with the names of the
candidates and the Local Chapter.
4. All requirements (except the hard copy photos and CD) shall be sent to the Regional Vice
President for Non Academics via e-mail at nfjpia1819.r3rvpnonacademics@gmail.com on or
before August 31, 2018 (Friday).
5. The hard copy photos and the CD of the Outreach Program shall be placed on a short brown
envelope and shall be sent to the Regional Vice President for Non Academics on the date of the
Outreach Program organized by NFJPIA-R3. All candidates are required to attend the said event.
The short brown envelope shall be labeled with the following:
 Candidate No.
 Name of the Candidates
 Local Chapter

Contest Rules and Mechanics (General)

1. Each Local Chapter shall only be allowed to send one pair of contestants. One (1) male and one
(1) female.
2. The competition shall be divided into two segments: The Primer and The Coronation Gala.
3. Contestants are advised to be at the designated area of competition 30 minutes before the time
schedule.
4. All schedules must be strictly observed. All candidates who came in 15 minutes after the set
schedule for The Primer and The Coronation Gala shall be automatically given one (1) point
deduction from the total average score in determining the TOP FIVE (5).
5. The candidates may wear any costume or attires and can use accessories or props subject to the
approval of the organizers.
6. Use of props to enhance the costume or the performance of the candidates during the talent
competition shall be allowed. However, use of pyrotechnics, live animals, explosive materials,
liquid materials, standing props, confetti, party poppers and any other materials that may
damage the venue are strictly prohibited.
7. Each contestant must be responsible for their personal belongings. The organizers shall not be
liable for any loss or damages on the belongings or sponsored clothing that shall be worn by the
contestants.
8. The Regional Council shall have the exclusive power to interpret the provisions of the IRR and
shall be vested with the power to give sanctions to any contestant who shall violate any provisions
in this IRR.
9. In case there are any concerns or protests which are not covered in this IRR, the Regional Council
shall have the absolute power and sole authority to decide and interpret the implementing rules
and regulations of “Eminentia: The Search for Mr. and Ms. NFJPIA-Region 3: The
Ambassadors of Goodwill 2018”, upon consultation with the Regional Adviser, on matters
which he deems necessary to preserve and protect the integrity of the event. Also, only the Liaison
Officer for each Local Chapter should only be the sole contact of the organizers of the event in
the event there are concerns, objections, or issues raised before, during, and after the contest.

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Any person aside from the Liaison Officer that will raise concerns or issues will never be
entertained. Should there be any ambiguity encountered by any party, such should be addressed
on a timely basis. The decision of the Regional Council shall be final and irrevocable.

The Primer

Talent Competition

1. The talent performance must be at least three (3) minutes but not more than four (4) minutes,
inclusive of the entrance and exit.
2. The time shall start once the candidate sets foot on the stage and shall end once the candidate
exited from the stage.
3. Time in excess/deficiency of the time requirement shall constitute a 2-pt deduction per 5
seconds and any fraction of it to their total average score.
4. Candidates shall be allowed to have a maximum of four (4) marshals present during the talent
portion to assist the candidate in his/her performance. The marshals shall be in an all-black
garb attire. However, they shall not be allowed to have a significant part of the performance
(such as participating in the dancing and/or singing.)
5. The talent must not depict lewdness, violence, sex, racism and should not defame, damage or
attack individuals.
6. The music to be used in the talent competition shall be saved in a flash drive only (but
Candidates are highly encouraging to have a backup file) and be submitted on the 1 st day of the
convention upon registration with the filename Local Chapter_AOG Male/Female_Music. The
contestants shall be responsible to secure a back-up copy of CDs/DVDs/MP3s/flash drive and
the organizers shall not be responsible if the CDs/DVDs/MP3s provided malfunctioned.
7. Musical instruments must be in the venue two (2) hours before the Primer accompanied by a
representative or by the contestants for testing and the organizers shall not be responsible if the
musical instruments provided malfunctioned.
8. The contestants must advise the organizers if they shall need any equipment (e.g., microphone,
microphone stand, amplifier, table, mono blocks, etc.) two (2) weeks before the Convention.
9. The criteria of judging are as follows:

Criteria Percentage
Mastery, Execution and Timing 50%
Creativity and Originality 30%
Projection and Stage Presence 10%
Costume and Props 5%
Audience Impact 5%
Total 100%

10. The male and female candidates with the highest scores shall be declared as the Best in Talent.

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Casual Wear Competition

1. The candidates shall wear sponsored attires for this segment.


2. Alterations (e.g., cutting, stitching) of the casual wear to be provided by the sponsors shall not
be allowed.
3. The candidates must only wear the accessories provided by the sponsors, thus, accessories that
are not provided by the sponsors such as earrings, bangles, watches, necklaces, hats and others
shall be strictly prohibited.
4. In case the sponsor shall not provide the accessories, the candidates can wear small accessories
such as earrings, bangles, watches, necklaces, hats and others to enhance their casual wears.
5. Props such as umbrella, bags and similar items shall not be allowed. Candidates are highly
recommended to seek approval from the organizers in case props shall be used which are not
listed above.
6. The Local Chapter shall shoulder the costs in case the casual wear shall be damaged while under
the custody of the contestants.
7. The criteria of judging are as follows:

Criteria Percentage
Poise and Bearing 50%
Projection and Beauty 40%
Audience Impact 10%
Total 100%

8. The male and female candidates with the highest scores shall be declared as the Best in Casual
Wear.

Fast Talk

1. Candidates shall pick a random paper containing five (5) sets of question. In each of the first
four (4) questions, two (2) choices shall be given, in which every candidate shall choose his/her
own personal choice for every set without explanation. Then, the fifth question should be
answered with a brief justification by the candidate.
2. Candidates shall choose one answer on each set of a first four (4) questions as fast as possible.
Furthermore, they will be given five (5) seconds to compose their thoughts and 30 seconds to
state their brief justification to their answer to the last question.
3. The time allotment of 30 seconds shall commence once the candidate utters a word or the five
(5) seconds allowance has lapsed, whichever comes first. The bell shall ring once to signal that
the five (5) second allowance has passed. The bell shall ring twice to signal the end of the 30
seconds. The microphone shall be turned off after the bell rings.
4. Candidates shall be given 0.5-point deduction from the total average score of the Fast Talk
Round for every five (5) seconds in excess of the time allowed.
5. Candidates are highly encouraged to answer using the English language.
6. The criteria of judging are as follows:

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Criteria Percentage
Content 40%
Delivery, Conciseness and Confidence 30%
Personality and Charm 30%
Total 100%

The Coronation Gala

Theme Wear

1. The theme for this year’s pageant shall be Philippine Tribes.


2. Philippine Tribes shall be comprised of the following: (1) Ifugao Tribe, (2) Apayao Isnag Tribe,
(3) Ga’dang Tribe, (4) Ivatan Tribe, (5) Mangyan Tribe, (6) Sulobnon Tribe, (7) Subanon Tribe,
(8) Tausug Tribe, (9) Maranao Tribe, (10) T’boli Tribe, (11) Badjao Tribe, (12) Badjao Tribe, (13)
Higaonon Tribe and (14) Yakan Tribe.
3. Concepts shall be assigned to each Local Chapter through draw lots which will be done during
the First Wave of the Outreach Program of the Regional Council.
4. The candidates shall be given the discretion to choose any type of costume as long as it is in
compliance with the tribe, culture and inspired from the particular theme they were able to pick.
5. Festival costumes are highly prohibited in this segment. Wearing of a head dress shall be allowed
so long as its radius is not greater than 24 inches with the contestant’s head as the center. Excess
shall merit a 2-pt deduction from the total average score in the Theme Wear.
6. Decency of all wears must be strictly observed. The candidate/s must wear a skin tone cat suits
or leotards.
7. The criteria of judging are as follows:

Criteria Percentage
Relevance to the Theme 40%
Creativity and Extravagance 30%
Poise and Bearing 25%
Audience Impact 5%
Total 100%

8. The male and female candidates with the highest scores shall be declared as the Best in Theme
Wear.

Resorts Wear

1. The candidates shall wear sponsored attires for this segment.


2. Alterations (e.g., cutting, stitching) of the resorts wear to be provided by the sponsors shall not
be allowed.
3. The candidates must only wear the accessories provided by the sponsors, thus, accessories that
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others shall be strictly prohibited.
4. In case the sponsor shall not provide the accessories, the candidates can wear small accessories
such as earrings, bangles, watches, necklaces, hats, sarongs and others to enhance their swim
wears.
5. Props such as surf boards, umbrella, summer drink, coconut, and similar items shall not be
allowed. Candidates are highly recommended to seek approval from the organizers in case props
shall be used which are not listed above.
6. The Local Chapter shall shoulder the costs in case the swim wear shall be damaged while under
the custody of the contestants.
7. The criteria of judging are as follows:

Criteria Percentage
Body Proportions 45%
Poise and Bearing 30%
Confidence 20%
Audience Impact 5%
Total 100%

8. The male and female candidates with the highest scores shall be declared as the Best in Resorts
Wear.

Formal Wear (Modern Filipiniana and Barong Tagalog)

1. The candidates shall wear sponsored attires for this segment.


2. Alterations (e.g., cutting, stitching) of the formal wear to be provided by the sponsors shall not
be allowed.
3. The candidates must only wear the accessories provided by the sponsors, thus, accessories that
are not provided by the sponsors such as earrings, bangles, watches, necklaces, hats and others
shall be strictly prohibited.
4. The candidates must only wear the accessories provided by the sponsors, thus, accessories that
are not provided by the sponsors such as earrings, bangles, watches, necklaces and others shall
be strictly prohibited.
5. In case the sponsor shall not provide the accessories, the candidates can wear small accessories
such as earrings, bangles, watches, necklaces and others to enhance their casual wears.
6. The Local Chapter shall shoulder the costs in case the Filipiniana and Barong Tagalog shall be
damaged while under the custody of the contestants.
7. The criteria of judging are as follows:

Criteria Percentage
Grace, Poise, Bearing and Elegance 45%
Beauty and Form 30%
Projection 20%
Audience Impact 5%

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Criteria Percentage
Total 100%

8. The male and female candidates with the highest scores shall be declared as the Best in Formal
Wear.

Final Question and Answer Portion

1. A single question shall be asked for all the candidates. The question shall be prepared by the
Regional Vice President for Non Academics.
2. While waiting for their turn to answer, the candidates shall be isolated to make sure that the
question and the answer of the other contestants shall not be heard.
3. Each candidate shall be given 30 seconds to answer the question.
4. A bell shall ring to signal that there is only 10 seconds left to answer the question.
5. The bell shall ring once again to signal the end of 30 seconds.
6. Questions shall be given using the English language and contestants are highly encouraged to
also answer using the English language.

Epitome of Benevolence

1. Each pair of candidates from one Local Chapter must spearhead one Outreach Program. The
location of the Outreach Program could be within their Local Chapter or within the vicinity of
their town or province.
2. The candidates shall submit a video documentation of the Outreach Program.
3. The video documentation must be at least four (4) minutes but not more than five (5) minutes.
Time in excess/deficiency of the time requirement shall constitute a 2-pt deduction per 5
seconds and any fraction of it to their total average score.
4. The video documentations shall be submitted on a CD in .wmv, .mp4 or .avi format only.
5. The Outreach Program may be in any form the candidates opt to select but the candidates are
highly encouraged to organize an Outreach Program with high-value impact to the society and
would have a long term effect to the beneficiaries.
6. The criteria of judging are as follows:

Criteria Percentage
Substance (Significance of the Deed) 50%
Impact of the Project (Demographic Reach) 25%
Video Documentation 15%
Effort (Initiative in Organizing the Activity) 10%
Total 100%

7. The pair of candidates or candidate with the highest scores shall receive the Epitome of
Benevolence Award.

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Criteria for Judging

Selection of Top Five

1. The criteria of judging are as follows:

Criteria Percentage
Talent Competition 10%
Casual Wear Competition 10%
Fast Talk 10%
Theme Wear 15%
Resorts Wear 15%
Formal Wear 15%
Epitome of Benevolence 20%
Voter’s Choice 5%
Total 100%

2. The top five (5) highest male and female candidates shall advance to the final question and
answer portion. The scores will be back to zero.

Final Question and Answer Portion

1. The criteria of judging are as follows:

Criteria Percentage
Substance and Content 50%
Delivery (Correctness of Speech and Grammar) 25%
Personality 15%
Conciseness 10%
Total 100%

Selection of Winners

1. The criteria of judging are as follows:

Criteria Percentage
Final Question and Answer Portion (Wit and Intelligence) 35%
Beauty 40%
Physical Attributes 15%
Attitude, Poise and Bearing 10%
Total 100%

2. The top three highest male and female candidates shall be declared as the Mr. and Ms. NFJPIA-
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Region 3: Ambassadors of Goodwill 2018, Mr. and Ms. NFJPIA-Region 3: Ambassadors of
Goodwill 1st Runners-up and Mr. and Ms. NFJPIA-Region 3: Ambassadors of Goodwill 2nd
Runners-up, respectively.

Major Awards

The Major Awards shall be the following:


1. Mr. and Ms. NFJPIA-Region 3: Ambassadors of Goodwill 2018
2. Mr. and Ms. NFJPIA-Region 3: Ambassadors of Goodwill 1st Runners-up
3. Mr. and Ms. NFJPIA-Region 3: Ambassadors of Goodwill 2nd Runners-up

Minor Awards

1. Best in Talent
2. Best in Casual Wear
3. Best in Theme Wear
4. Best in Resorts Wear
5. Best in Formal Wear
6. Epitome of Benevolence Award

Special Awards

Voters’ Choice Award

1. The Voter’s Choice Award shall be given to the male and female candidate garnering the most
amounts of votes.
2. The votes shall come from the signature sheets wherein one vote is worth P1.00.
3. The candidates shall be given signature sheets and these sheets may be photocopied. Signature
sheets of each Local Chapter shall be assigned with control numbers.
4. The total collection, together with the signature sheets, shall be remitted to the Regional Vice
President for Non Academics on the 1st day of the convention. The total collections shall be used
as funds for the Official Outreach Project of the crowned Mr. & Ms. NFJPIA-Region 3: The
Ambassadors of Goodwill 2018.
5. The minimum REQUIRED amount for the Voter’s Choice Award shall be P1,000.00 per
candidate.
6. The highest number of votes shall get 5% and shall be the basis of the percentage of the other
candidates.

Example:

Contestants Votes Percentage Computation


Contestant 1 5,000 votes 5.00% Highest number of votes
Contestant 2 3,500 votes 3.50% (3,500 / 5,000) * 5%
Contestant 3 1,000 votes 1.00% (1,000 / 5,000) * 5%
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7. The male and female candidates with the highest votes shall receive the Voter’s Choice Award.

Mr. and Ms. Photogenic

1. A photoshoot shall be conducted prior to the Convention.


2. The photos shall be posted in the NFJPIA – REGION 3 Facebook Page for voting.
3. Criteria for judging are as follows:

Criteria Percentage
Online Voting (40% Love) 40%
Scores from Judges 60%
Total 100%

Loves (40%)

Example:

Contestants Votes Percentage Computation


Contestant 1 1,000 loves 40.00% Highest number of loves
Contestant 2 950 loves 38.00% (950 / 1,000) * 40%
Contestant 3 50 loves 2.00% (50 / 1,000) * 40%

4. Deadline of voting shall be set at 11:59 pm, one day before the 1st day of the convention.
5. Contestants who shall use the auto-love function shall automatically be disqualified from the
40% scores from the Online Voting and Photogenic Award.
6. The remaining 60% shall come from the scores of the board of judges selected by the Council.
7. The male and female candidates with the highest score shall receive the Mr. and Ms. Photogenic
Award.

Mr. and Ms. Congeniality

1. Mr. and Ms. Congeniality shall be selected by the candidates themselves.


2. Voting shall be in secret balloting and shall be held on the 1st day of the convention.
3. Each candidate shall vote one male and one female but they cannot vote the candidates from
their own Local Chapter.
4. The male and female candidates with the most number of votes shall receive the Mr. and Ms.
Congeniality Award.

Sponsors Awards

1. These awards shall be given by the sponsors.


2. The sponsor’s representatives shall select the winner of these special awards.

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GROUNDS FOR DETHRONEMENT OF AMBASSADOR OF GOODWILL WINNERS

The Mr. and Ms. NFJPIA-Region 3: Ambassadors of Goodwill 2018 shall automatically be
dethroned if any of the following grounds are met during their one year reign from the time of the
Coronation Gala until he/she passes the crown to the next title holders.
1. Failure to do all the duties and responsibilities
2. Graduation
3. Failure to enroll for all the semesters required by the university or the college
4. Shifting to non-accounting related course
5. Failure in any academic subjects
6. Involvement in any grave crime, public misconduct or improper behavior
7. Termination of NFJPIA – R3 membership status within the federation year

POINTING SYSTEM OF NON ACADEMIC EVENTS TO DETERMINE THE OVERALL


RANKING

RMYC Non Academic Individual Participa


1st Place 2nd Place 3rd Place
Events /Group tion
TALENTUM: COALITION OF TALENT AND CREATIVITY
Once Upon a Time: The
Group 50 40 30 10
Mythology of Elements
En-Chanted: The Aca-
Group 50 40 30 10
Magical Ensemble
Best Medicine: The Lip
Group 40 30 20 10
Sync Battle
Intalengence: Quizzers 15
Individual 25 20 5
Got Talent
The House of Fashionista:
R3JPIA’s Supra Tough Group 50 40 30 10
Model
ENCHANTED WISDOM: LITERARY ARTS COMPETITION
The Magic Pen Series: Slam Poetry; Essay Writing; Short Story Writing
Slam Poetry Individual 25 20 15 5
Essay Writing Individual 25 20 15 5
Short Story Writing Individual 25 20 15 5
Speak your Mind 3.0: The
Impromptu Speaking Individual 25 20 15 5
Competition
JPIA Makata 2.0: The 15
Spoken Word Poetry Individual 25 20 5
Competition
The R3JPIAn Debate Cup Group 40 30 20 10

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1st Place 2nd Place 3rd Place
Events /Group tion
CREARTISTRY: THE VISUAL ARTS COMPETITION
Maskraft: Mask Designing Group 40 30 20 10
Copy Face: The Canvas
Group 40 30 20 10
Painting
Click Flick: The Photo
Individual 25 20 15 5
Journalism
BRILLIANCE OF ADEPTNESS
Guild War: Traditional Games
Patintero Group 30 20 15 10
Charades Race Group 30 20 15 10
Chinese Garter Group 30 20 15 10
Tug of War Group 30 20 15 10
Sack Race Group 30 20 15 10
JPIA Quizard: The
General Information Quiz Group 40 30 20 10
Bee
FUSION OF BEAUTY AND WIT
EMINENTIA: The Search for Mr. and Ms. NFJPIA-Region 3: The Ambassadors of
Goodwill 2018
Mr. NFJPIA-Region 3 Individual 70 50 30 20
Ms. NFJPIA-Region 3 Individual 70 50 30 20

The top three (3) Local Chapters with highest scores shall be declared as the Most Awarded Local
Chapter in Non Academics, 2nd Most Awarded Local Chapter in Non Academics and 3 rd Most
Awarded Local Chapter in Non Academics respectively.

POINTING SYSTEM TO DETERMINE THE OVERALL CHAMPION IN THE 22nd RMYC

1. The Academic Events shall be 50% of the total score while Non Academic Events shall be 50%
of the total score to determine the overall champion in the 22nd RMYC.
2. The maximum score that a Local Chapter could obtain in Academic and Non Academic events
shall be the basis of Local Chapter scores.
3. The top three (3) highest total score on both Academics and Non Academic events shall be
declared as the Overall Champion in the 22nd RMYC, 2nd Overall Champion in the 22nd RMYC
and 3rd Overall Champion in the 22nd RMYC respectively.

Example: (Assuming 100 is the maximum score)

Local Academics Non Academics


Total Rank
Chapter Score Percentage Score Percentage
LC1 98 49% 84 42% 91% 2nd Place

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Local Academics Non Academics
Total Rank
Chapter Score Percentage Score Percentage
LC2 94 47% 82 41% 88% 3rd Place
LC3 90 45% 94 47% 92% 1st Place
LC4 88 44% 80 40% 84%
LC5 84 42% 78 39% 81%

ENFORCEMENT OF THE IMPLEMENTING RULES AND REGULATIONS

1. It shall be the primary duty of the Regional Vice President for Non Academics to effectively
enforce the provisions of this Implementing Rules and Regulations. The Council also has the sole
right to interpret the contents of this Implementing Rules and Regulations and their decision
will be binding and irrevocable.
2. The Regional Adviser or his duly designated representative shall act as legal adviser to the
Regional Vice President for Non Academics and the Council and shall render legal assistance as
may be necessary in carrying out the provisions of this Implementing Rules and Regulations.

AMENDMENTS OR REVISIONS

1. The Council shall be vested with the exclusive power to revise and amend the Implementing
Rules and Regulations.
2. Any amendments to or revisions to this Implementing Rules and Regulations may be proposed
by any member of any Local Chapter upon a written request of such member, stating the reasons
thereto.
3. Any request for amendments and revisions as well as proposed amendments must initially be
reviewed by the Regional Vice President for Non Academics then to be forwarded to the Regional
Executive Officers for discussion, editing and final approval and to be noted by the Regional
Adviser.
4. The Regional Executive Officers shall have the right to debunk any proposed revisions and
amendments, submitted to them by the Regional Vice President for Non Academics, which are
deemed unnecessary. The final decision on any inclusions and exclusions to this Implementing
Rules and Regulations must be determined by a majority vote of all Regional Executive Officers
in which the Regional Vice President for Non Academics is included.
5. Amendments to particular provisions in this Implementing Rules and Regulations shall be
allowed provided that such amendments will be communicated to stakeholders at least two
weeks before it could take effect.

SEPARABILITY CLAUSE

If any clause, provision, paragraph or part of this Implementing Rules and Regulations shall be
declared unconstitutional or invalid, such judgment shall not affect, invalidate, or impair any other
part hereof, but shall be merely confined to the clause, provision, paragraph or part directly involved
in the controversy in which such judgment has been rendered.

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REPEALING CLAUSE

Any rule and regulation or resolution or part/s thereof inconsistent with the provisions of this
Implementing Rules and Regulations are hereby repealed or modified accordingly.

EFFECTIVITY

This Implementing Rules and Regulations shall take effect immediately after its presentation and
approval from the Assembly. Promulgated in Angeles City, Pampanga this 27th day of June, 2018.

PREPARED BY:

_______________________________
RICHARD C. LAZARO
REGIONAL VICE PRESIDENT FOR NON
ACADEMICS
PHINMA – Araullo University

APPROVED BY:

_______________________________ _______________________________
IDON CHRISTIAN S. DAVID NESLY JOHN L. TARUC
REGIONAL COUNCIL PRESIDENT REGIONAL VICE PRESIDENT FOR
Holy Angel University ACADEMICS
Baliuag University

_______________________________ _______________________________
ELISHA L. ANTIGO ALYZA G. FAJARDO
REGIONAL VICE PRESIDENT FOR FINANCE REGIONAL VICE PRESIDENT FOR
Holy Angel University MEMBERSHIP
Kolehiyo ng Subic

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_______________________________ _______________________________
CAMILLE RENZY S. DIMINSIL JOHN ALLEN J. SALVATIERRA
REGIONAL VICE PRESIDENT FOR REGIONAL VICE PRESIDENT FOR GRAPHICS
COMMUNICATIONS AND PUBLICATIONS
Angeles University Foundation Tarlac State University

_______________________________ _______________________________
HANNAH CAMILLE D.J. MENDOZA KANIXIA CAMILLE R. PAGADUAN
REGIONAL VICE PRESIDENT FOR AUDIT REGIONAL SECRETARY GENERAL
Bulacan State University Tarlac State University

NOTED BY:

_______________________________
CONRAD ALLAN M. ALVIZ, CPA, CISA,
CIA, CSRS
REGIONAL ADVISER

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