Creative Brilliance Shines in PPSCIS Ad Making Competition
In a dazzling display of youthful creativity, students from grades VI-XII showcased their inventive talents in the Inter House Ad Making Competition. The event, held on October 13, 2023, witnessed an array of innovative advertisements promoting products catering to various interests and needs.
Group 1 (Grade VI-VIII)
The Sancy House captured our attention with their vibrant toothpaste commercial, emphasizing the importance of dental hygiene with sensible dialogues, powerful acting and catchy jingles. Their creativity sparkled, leaving a lasting impression on the audience.
The Millennium House took a digital approach, advertising supercook.com with a blend of technology and culinary delights. Their ad featured mouth-watering visuals, easy-to-follow recipes, and testimonials presented with a dash of humour, highlighting the platform’s user-friendly interface for aspiring chefs and home makers.
The Kohinoor House dove into the world of beauty, promoting a skin cream that promised youthful radiance. Their ad, steeped in elegance, grace and fun and grace, showcased the product’s transformative effects, leaving the audience captivated.
The Hope House offered a treat to the spice enthusiasts as they unveiled their aromatic ad for curry masala. With a touch of humour, the commercial transported viewers to a culinary journey, celebrating the rich flavors and heritage associated with the product.
Group II (Grade IX-XII)
The Sancy House tackled the sensitive topic of menstrual awareness with grace and poignancy. Their ad, filled with empathy and understanding, broke the stigma surrounding menstruation. Through a heartfelt narrative, they encouraged open conversations and advocated for a more informed and supportive society.
The Millennium House chose a classic yet versatile product, Uni-Tea, as their focus. Their ad brewed a story of warmth and connection, emphasizing tea’s ability to bring people together. With a captivating skit with emotional depth, they portrayed tea not just as a beverage but as a symbol of unity, and harmony.
The Kohinoor House presented a powerful ad for a cab service named ‘Safe-her Cab Services’ exclusively for women emphasizing women’s safety and independence. Their commercial exuded confidence and security, focusing on the importance of safe transportation options. Through testimonials and real-life scenarios, they highlighted the freedom and peace of mind that such a service could provide.
The Hope House showcased the elegance and craftsmanship of Chand Jewellers. Their ad, steeped in slapstick comedy, celebrated the quality of the ornaments sold by the group.
Through the competition, the talented students of PPSCIS managed to address crucial societal issues while showcasing products with sophistication and creativity. Their ads not only demonstrated their advertising acumen but also underscored their commitment to making a positive impact on the world around them. These remarkable young advertisers have set a high standard for future competitions, leaving an indelible mark on the hearts and minds of all who witnessed their brilliance.