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Your CANCLAVE should be driven by particular theme – topic that affects everyday life.
Your event should not exceed one day in length.
VIF allocates one person for one location you must live in the city or college for which you are applying for a license. Your CANCLAVE must happen in the city or college for which you have been authorised. Authorization to conduct CANCLAVE is valid for one year. After a year, the current organizer should nominate four people for the next year. Best of the four will be chosen by the VIF team.
CANCLAVE should not be used as a platform to make money and raise funds for charities or other organizations.
You can charge an attendance fee for a CANCLAVE. Tickets should not be charged more than INR 1,000 and should go towards event and operating costs.
Up to 70% of the capacity of the booked hall should be filled with the audience
CANCLAVEs are named after cities or college. Event names must comply with the guidelines laid out in Branding Guidelines.
We do not allow co-branding – either connecting the CANCLAVE logo/identity/name to the name of another organization, non-profit, corporation or other, or presenting your CANCLAVE as being organized by such entities.
- Name of your event
Your event should be called CANCLAVE in “College Name” or a “City Name”.
Your audience is simply the people who live in the area where you’re holding your event and interested in the topic of the conference.
Standard CANCLAVE can be as brief as a couple of hours, and up to one day in length.