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KemVines Contest - 1st Online Vine Competition

Keeping up with it's tradition of holding successful online competitions for 5 years, KemUnited proudly presents yet another exciting contest !


A vine is a funny short video typically 6- 15 seconds long showing life in motion usually recorded using smartphones and shared on social media.


RECORD A VINE : portraying life in a medical college.

The Quality should be atleast 480p, 
640 x 480 resolution 

Duration: 10 seconds - 1 minute
You can record the vine video using the Vine App, Instagram, Dubsmash, DSLRs, Digital Cameras or whatever app or gadget you want. 

Language : can be Urdu/ English.

Theme: Medical college life 

SEND: email the vine video to

mentioning the title of the vine, your name, class and college.

Size: Ideally the size of the vine should be less than 25MB. Videos greater than 25MB should be uploaded on Google Drive and send as an attachment to You may also submit your videos to the KemUnited representatives mentioned below.

1st Year: Ahmed Jalil, Nimra Pasha
2nd Year: Mohsin Ali, Romesa Qaisar
3rd Year: Awais Raza, Unsa Athar
4th Year: Syed Ahmed Raza, Haania Khan
Final Year: Moeed Ahmed, Laiba Khalid

GET VOTES /LIKES : The vines will be uploaded in the order of their submission, daily on Kemunited Facebook page. Share your vine and get maximum possible likes /votes on it.

WIN: Win the prize for

Best Vine ( the vine receiving maximum score) 

Best Viner ( the person sending maximum number of vines) 

Scoring criteria: 
1. Number of likes (50% weightage ) 
2. Judges criteria humor, creativity, originality, composition (50% weightage ) 

The winners shall be invited to the the KemUnited Awards Ceremony to receive their awards and gift hampers.
Top Vines will also be played at the event.


The competition is open for all Kemcolians;current and old , medical students and graduates from all medical colleges.


For further queries contact:
Laiba Khalid
Haania Khan
Awais Raza
Muhammad Usama
Muhammad Mohsin Ali
Romesa Qaiser Khan


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