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Lakshmi Machine Works
 

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  1. By entering the DJ Memorial Competition, the entrant agrees to maintain the highest standards in all matters relating to the Contest and not to do or say anything that does or might damage the reputation of the Owners, the Competition, the other entrants or the official partners, supporters or sponsors of the Competition. The entrant acknowledges that entry into the Contest gives full rights for the organiser to use the images for their promotional activities, corporate brochures, calanders, etc. Due acknowledgment of the photographer's name will be mentioned for the images that are used by LMW.
  2. It is the responsibility of each entrant into the contest to ensure that they have read and will abide by these Rules.
    Entrants are not permitted to submit images that:
    1. feature farm animals, family pets and/or cultivated plants.
    2. have been captured using live bait.
    3. have been awarded any prize, recommendation or other award in the previous editions of DJMPC
    4. Landscape entries should not include any human / man-made element such as bridges, roads and/or any construction of any nature.
  3. Any entry found not to comply with the Rules at any stage of the Contest may be disqualified.
  4. The only mode of communication will be e-mail. Therefore, please mention your current email ID in your entry.
  5. All submissions for the contest have to be made only by an online entry at www.djmpc.in. All relevant particulars as asked for in the online portal have to be filled in.
  6. All entries should have a title. Entries without a title will not be accepted. "UNTITLED" is not a valid title.
  7. If there is dispute of any kind, the decision of the jury will be final and binding on all concerned. All disputes will be subject to Coimbatore jurisdiction.
  8. In addition to the Winner and Runner prizes, Certificates of "Honourable Mention" will be awarded to selected photographs at the discretion of jury.
  9. The Organisers shall not be held responsible for non-performance and any obligation cast on them by these rules due to the occurrence of any Force Majeure Event including any act of God, civil commotion, natural calamity and any other happening, which the Organisers cannot reasonably prevent or control.