Creative Writing Competition

Do you have a knack of creating magic through words? We invite students to participate in an offline creative writing competition. Our favorites will win exciting prizes. No participation fee. Only for Amity University Lucknow Campus students.


Student Podcast Submission

Abhishek Singh

Anushka Bhakta

Bhargavi Singh

Riddhima Srivastava

Sangya Singh

Sanjana Saxena

Saumya Agrawal

Vaishali Gautam

Student Video Submission

Drishti Vanaik

Harshita Shrivastava

Kamini Tiwari


Paridhi Mohaley

Prashasti Jauhari

Rinil Srivastava

Ritika Sharma

Sarika Ramnath

Saumya Agrawal

Tavisha Singh

Sakina Fatima

Nauris Ahmad

Abhishek Singh

Aditi Gupta

Aishwarya Chandra

Angela Herman

Anjali Singh

Ankita Bhatt

Areeba Ahmad

Ayush Sachan

Bhargavi Singh

Divyanshi Tiwari

Garima Dobhal

Ishita Singh

Manasvi Gupta

Manya Das

Namrata Tripathi

Sanjana Saxena

Vaishali Gautam


Anjali Singh (First Prize)

Aman (Consolation)

Sarika Ramnath (Second Prize)

Bhargavi Singh (Consolation)

Yoshita Maurya (Third Prize)

Sanjana Saxena (Consolation)



Video Making Competition

Are you a visual storyteller? What would you like to show the world? We invite students to submit original production, of two minutes. Our favorites will win exciting prizes.No participation fee. Only for Amity University Lucknow Campus students.

Choose any one topic:

Talk about Youth Warrior

Any music video/rap dedicated to Frontline Warriors

Any poem dedicated to Frontline Warriors

Small interview related to Youth Warrior

Last Date for Submission: October 08, 2021



Sanjana Saxena (First Prize)

Ishita Singh (Consolation)

Paridhi Mohaley (Second Prize)

Prashasti Jauhari (Consolation)

Ayush Sachan (Third Prize)

Nauris Ahmad (Consolation)



Online Podcasting Competition

Imagine yourself as a host of your own podcast. What would you talk about? We invite students to submit original work, of five to eight minutes. Our favorites will win exciting prizes!

Choose any one topic:

Switch from Physical Classrooms to Online Classrooms

COVID-19 and Creativity

COVID-19 and coping with Emotional Stress

Any topic related to COVID-19

Please note: This contest is open to all students ages 16-24 in secondary school or college students. We will have three winners and, producing a podcast from home can be a great project for these times of remote learning.


Sanjana Saxena (First Prize)

Riddhima Srivastava (Consolation)

Bhargavi Singh (Second Prize)

Sangya Singh (Consolation)

Abhishek Singh (Third Prize)

Saumya Agrawal (Consolation)


Students’ ages 16-24 years can submit their own entries using our Student Participation Form


  • Podcasts must be five minutes to eight minutes long. Please check the length of your audio file.
  • Your podcast must include a beginning, middle and end to produce a complete listening experience. Beginnings often draw the listener in or provide context. Endings often offer a summary, raise a question or act as a teaser for the next segment.
  • Use any podcast format or genre. Popular podcast formats include, but are not limited to, interviews, conversations, nonfiction storytelling and fiction storytelling. Popular podcast genres include, but are not limited to, comedy, news documentary, history, radio-theater, etc.
  • Create your podcast by yourself or with a group. If you are working as a team, just remember to submit all your names when you post your entry.
  • Please submit only one podcast per student. If you’re submitting as part of a team, you should not also submit as an individual.
  • Use appropriate language. Submissions only in English and Hindi are accepted.
  • Be sure to use non-copyrighted sound effects or music, with some exceptions. You cannot use copyrighted sound effects or music for the sole purpose of making your podcast sound better. Instead, you can find royalty-free music by doing a web search for royalty-free files. Or you can use audio editing software to create your own music or sound effects.
  • Upload your podcast through an Open Drive Link. Make sure the privacy settings are set to public, so our judges can listen else you will be disqualified.


  • No participation fees
  • Organizers will reserve the rights of the podcast
  • Contest will be conducted in one round
  • Registration and Participation will be through online mode only
  • Decision of jury will be final
  • Valedictory ceremony will be held on 12th November 2021
  • Only school & college students are eligible for this competition


Upload your Passport Size Photo (max. 4 MB)*
Upload your entry (MP3 format with Open Drive Link Only)*
Upload School/College ID Photo (ma. 4 MB)*



Amity University Lucknow Campus (AULC) is a constituent unit of Amity University, Uttar Pradesh and it was established in the year 2004 with the sole objective to impart research and innovation driven education in the region. The 40-acre state of the art campus is a fine blend of global education, training and research within academic ambience. With the latest teaching methodologies AULC offers UGC recognized Undergraduate & Post graduate courses in multiple disciplines.It has 17 institutions which cater to 87 programs having more than 5000 students. The multiple research centers at AULC facilitate research in the diversified areas of Education, Bio Sciences, Nanotechnology, Biotechnology, Electronics, Humanities, Management, Social Work and many more areas.

Amity School of Communication (ASCO) Lucknow, is one of the leading Mass Communication institutes across the country where students can find comprehensive programs in Print, Broadcast, Web Journalism, PR, Advertising, Film and Television Production.


The transformative potential of youth is a key focus area for UNICEF, and young people who are studying journalism have an immense responsibility as the opinion-shapers of the future.

Amity School of Communication Lucknow and UNICEF Uttar Pradesh have partnered to instill the next generation of journalists with empathy and commitment towards highlighting children’s issues.

The ongoing pandemic has impacted children severely, whether in the form of a learning crisis, increased vulnerability to violence and exploitation as well as the psychological impact constant fear and isolation from their peers. Interactions with experts on these issues will help broaden the students’ perspective, and how they will integrate these learnings with their skills as budding media professionals.