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IMPLEMENTING RULES AND

REGULATIONS IN THE CONDUCT OF


THE SEARCH FOR
MR. AND MS. AMBASSADORS OF
GOODWILL 2017
IRR 1.0 INTRODUCTION

IRR 1.1 The Search for Mr. and Ms. Ambassadors of Goodwill is definitely one of
the most awaited and well-participated event of USJ-R JPIA. Truly, it is not
a mere competition and showcase of talent, beauty, and intelligence of the
Empires, but also a show of the true beauty within through the various
outreach programs and charity works that the Empires perform as part of
the competition. Being the Ambassadors of Goodwill is not the end of their
career, but rather the beginning of their social responsibility as JPIAns.
This competition holds true in fulfilling the activities that it aims toward
the promotion of social awareness to every member of the Local Chapter
through the support of the title holders of this pageant.

IRR 2.0 OBJECTIVES


IRR 2.1 To set the rules and regulations in choosing Ambassadors who shall help
the Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants USJ-R Chapter to build and
to promote goodwill among its constituents.

IRR 2.2 To define the duties and responsibilities of the Ambassadors of Goodwill.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE MR. & MS.


IRR 3.0 AMBASSADORS OF GOODWILL

IRR 3.1 The winners shall have a commitment for one chapter year and shall have
the following duties and responsibilities:
IRR 3.1.1 To lead the community development activities of USJ-R JPIA.
• He/She is required to attend to all the community
welfare activities of the Local Chapter during their title
year, unless permission to be absent is explicitly given
to him/her.
• He/She is required to develop his/her own socio-civic
project in partnership with the Local Chapter.
IRR 3.1.2 He/She shall be an advocate of the Local Chapter for its socio-
civic programs.

IRR 3.1.3 To turn over the crown to the next Mr. & Ms. AOG.

IRR 4.0 QUALIFICATIONS


IRR 4.1 Each cluster must send two (2) male and two (2) female contestants for
the competition. All previous title holders are no longer eligible to
compete for the pageant.
IRR 4.2 Candidates must be bona fide members of USJ-R JPIA 2016-2017.
IRR 4.3 Candidates must be of good moral character and must not have undergone
any disciplinary actions.

IRR 4.4 Candidates must be single in civil status meaning never been married.
IRR 4.5 Candidate must not have a child or children.
IRR 4.6 Candidates who have failing grades shall still be accepted but limited to 6
units only.

IRR 4.7 Candidates must not have any remarks of “Incomplete” and “Dropped” in
any major academic subjects.

IRR 4.8 Male candidates must be at least 5’5 in height and female candidates must
be at least 5’2 in height.

IRR 4.9 The Central Body Officers reserves the right and the sole discretion to
refuse or reject any applications from a prospective candidate in the
event that he/she fails to meet the stated requirements above.

IRR 5.0 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

IRR 5.1 Requirements to be passed must be submitted on or before their set


deadline.
IRR 5.2 Duly accomplished application form which was provided by the organizing
committee submitted on or before February 12, 2017, 4:00 PM at the JPIA
Office.
IRR 5.3 Current semester’s Photocopy of Study Load and Identification Card.
IRR 5.4 Documentation, if any, of the outreach program that the candidates had
conducted in their respective empires. This documentation pertains to the
Audio-visual presentation (in .mp4, .avi, .wmv) of the said outreach. The
video pertains to the Epitome of Benevolence and must not exceed 3
minutes. Every minute excess will be subject to a five – point (5) deduction
on the accumulated points. Deadline is on February 12, 2017, 4:00 PM at
the JPIA Office.
IRR 5.5 One to two minute self-introductory video. Deadline is on February 12,
2017, 4:00 PM at the JPIA Office.

IRR 5.6 Payment of Php 10,000.00 Pot Money and remittance of Mr. and Ms. AOG
Ticket sales.

IRR 5.7 Failure to comply with the deadlines set forth in this IRR is subject to 20
points deduction per day in delay on the accumulated points for the
JPiesta.

IRR 6.0 POT MONET AND TICKETS


IRR 6.1 The pot money shall be non-refundable and non-transferrable in full or in
part under any circumstances and must be paid not later than February 12,
2017. This will cover handler’s fees, and other attires for the pageant,
except the theme wear.
IRR 6.2 The tickets are good-as-sold.
IRR 6.3 The amount of registration fee and the price of the tickets shall be
determined by the Central Body Officers.
IRR 6.4 Payments shall be made directly to the Mr. and Ms. Ambassadors of
Goodwill 2016 Head Chairperson.

IRR 7.0 DEADLINES


IRR 7.1 All requirements must be completed and received by the organizers on or
before the deadline set by the Mr. and Ms. AOG 2017 Chairpersons.
IRR 7.2
All deadlines are strictly enforced and should be adhered to by the
candidates.
IRR 7.3 Corresponding point deductions shall apply for late payments and
compliance of requirements. A total of one (1) point per day is deducted
from the candidate’s total score evaluation.

IRR 8.0 GENERAL MECHANICS


IRR 8.1 The Search for Mr. & Ms. Ambassadors of Goodwill 2017 shall be
divided into categories:
1. The Pre-Pageant Activities
2. The Premier Night
3. The Coronation Night

Note: Any absence on the pre-pageant activities subject to a 20 point


deduction per candidate in the overall accumulated points for the
JPiesta unless otherwise deemed by the committee as a reasonable and
a valid excuse provided also that they should present a valid proof of
absence.

IRR 8.2 THE PRE - PAGEANT ACTIVITIES

IRR 8.2.1 Mr. and Ms. Ambassadors of Goodwill 2017 Press Conference
IRR 8.2.1.1 The Press Conference shall be a Publication Arm
Event.
IRR 8.2.1.2 The Press Conference shall be conducted on
February 15, 2017, the first day of the
Accountancy Week 2017.

IRR 8.2.2 Outreach Programs


IRR 8.2.2.1 The Cluster representatives are required to
attend all outreach programs organized by the
pageant committee, unless permitted to do
otherwise.
IRR 8.2.2.2 The tentative list of outreach programs are:
a. Kaugmaon Mo Itukod Ko
b. SAGOP Bata
c. JPIA Tree Planting Event
d. Cluster Community Extension

IRR 8.2.2.3 The Cluster will provide for the transportation


allowance of the candidates and their personal
assistants, food and water, and make-up artists.

IRR 8.2.3 Mr. and Ms. Ambassadors of Goodwill Photoshoot

IRR 8.2.3.1 The Cluster representatives are required to


attend the photoshoots scheduled by the
sponsor, the photographer, and the organizers.

IRR 8.2.3.2 The Photoshoot will be classified in to two


categories:
a. Indoor/ Studio Pictorials
b. Outdoor Photoshoot

IRR 8.2.3.3 The Cluster will provide for the transportation


allowance of the candidates and their personal
assistants, food and water, and make-up artists.
Furthermore, the pageant committee will advise
the Clusters ahead of time whether or not the
organizers will provide for the costumes and
attire of the outdoor photoshoot.

IRR 8.2.4 Mr. and Ms. Ambassadors of Goodwill Workshops


IRR 8.2.4.1 The Cluster representatives are required to
attend the workshops schedule by the
organizers.

IRR 8.2.4.2 The tentative list of workshop are:


a. Personality Development Seminar
b. Question and Answer Workshop
c. Passarella and Ramp Modeling Workshop

IRR 8.2.4.3 The Clusters will provide for the transportation


allowance of the candidates and their personal
assistants, food and water, and make-up artists.
IRR 8.3 THE PREMIER NIGHT

Period of the event:

I. Doxology
II. National Anthem
III. Production Number
IV. Introduction of Candidates
V. Presentation of Judges
VI. Reading of the Criteria for Judging
VII. Talent portion
VIII. Intermission Number
IX. Theme Wear Competition
X. Epitome of Benevolence
XI. Empire Shirt Competition

IRR 8.3.1 Talent Competition

IRR 8.3.1.1 The talent must be at least 3 minutes but not


more than 3 minutes which includes the
entrance and exit.

IRR 8.3.1.2 Use of props and costumes to enhance the


performance of the candidates shall be
allowed. However, use of pyrotechnics, live
animals, explosive materials, liquid
materials and any other materials that may
damage the venue are strictly prohibited.
Candidates may wear any costume in
compliance with their talent shown, provided
that it is not vulgar.

IRR 8.3.1.3 The candidate shall be given a 0.25 point


deduction in the total average score of the
Talent Competition for every 15 seconds in
excess time allotted. Candidates shall be
advised to stop by the organizers after 3
minutes.
IRR 8.3.1.4 Candidates shall be allowed to have a
maximum of 2 backup performers present
during the talent portion to assist the
candidate in his/her performance.

IRR 8.3.1.5 The talent must not depict lewdness,


violence, sex, racism, and damaging or attacking
individuals.
IRR 8.3.1.6 The candidates shall provide their music and
videos in a flash drive with cluster label to the
organizers a day before the Premier with a
representative and/or the contestants.

IRR 8.3.1.7 The contestants shall be responsible to


secure a backup copy of their music and
videos in CDs or in another flash drive.
Organizers shall not be responsible if the
provided flash drives do malfunction.

IRR 8.3.1.8 Musical instruments must be in the venue 2


hours before the Premier with a
representative and/or the contestants for
testing and the organizers shall not be
responsible if the musical instruments
provided malfunctioned.
IRR 8.3.1.9 The contestants must advise the organizers if
they shall need any equipment such as
microphone, microphone stand, amplifier, table,
mono blocks etc., one week before the
Premier.
IRR 8.3.2 Theme Wear
IRR 8.3.2.1 The Theme Wear shall be an attire which shall
portray according to the AOG theme. The Theme
Wear is to be made by each cluster.

IRR 8.3.2.2 Candidates shall be given the discretion to


choose any type of costume as long as it is in
compliance and inspired from the theme of
the Pageant. Decency of all wears must be
strictly observed.
IRR 8.3.2.3 Use of pyrotechnics, live animals, explosive
materials, liquid materials and any other
materials that may damage the venue are
strictly prohibited.
IRR 8.3.2.4 Theme wear must be at the maximum of 3
feet high from the candidates’ height.

IRR 8.3.3 Empire Shirt


IRR 8.3.3.1 The Cluster Shirts will be worn by the candidates.
The design of the shirts will not matter since this
contest emphasizes on how well the candidates
embody their clusters.

IRR 8.3.3.2 Alterations to the shirt are strictly not allowed.


Cutting, Tearing, and any other changes to the
shirt will result to automatic disqualification
from the award. Accessories, however, are
highly encouraged provided that, again, these
will not alter the over-all design of the shirt.
IRR 8.3.4 Epitome of Benevolence
IRR 8.3.4.1 The Epitome of Benevolence AVP will be shown on
the Premier Night, but the winner will be
announced during the Pageant Night.
IRR 8.3.4.2 Candidates shall submit a video
documentation of the Outreach Program. The
video documentation should highlight the
impact of the Outreach Program to the chosen
beneficiary.
IRR 8.3.4.3 Video documentation must be at least 3
minutes but not more than 5 minutes. A 0.25
point deduction shall be given from the total
average score of the Epitome of Benevolence
for every 15 seconds in excess of time allowed.

IRR 8.3.4.4 Video documentation shall be submitted on a


CD AND FLASHDRIVE in .wmv or .avi format
only.
IRR 8.3. 4.5 Outreach Program may be in any form the
candidates opt to select but the candidates are
highly encouraged to organize an Outreach
Program with high-value impact to the society
and would have a long term effect to the
beneficiaries.
IRR 8.3.4.6 Epitome of Benevolence Award shall be given
to the candidates coming from the same
empire who garnered the highest score from
the panel of judges.

IRR. 8.4 CORONATION NIGHT


Period of the event:

I. Pre - judging
II. Doxology
III. National Anthem
IV. Production Number and Fun Wear
V. Introduction of Candidates
VI. 1st Set of Special Awards
VII. Criteria for Judging
VIII. Presentation of Judges
IX. Resorts Wear Competition
X. Tete – a - tete and Picture Interpretation
XI. Formal Wear and Long Gown Competition
XII. 2nd Set of Special Awards
XIII. Question and Answer Portion
XIV. Intermission Number
XV. Awarding of 3rd and 4th Runner-up
XVI. Promotional Video and Sponsors
XVII. Question and Answer Portion
XVIII. Farewell Walk
XIX. Coronation
XX. Closing Remarks

IRR 8.4.1 Pre-judging


IRR 8.4.1.1 The Candidates are pre-judged at 3PM before the
pageant.
IRR 8.4.2 Fun Wear
IRR 8.4.2.1 The Fun Wear of the Candidates will be provided by
the pageant committee. Using of accessories will be
allowed. Alteration of the design is strictly
PROHIBITED.
IRR 8.4.3 Resorts Wear
IRR 8.4.3.1 Subject to the agreement of the pageant director, the
resorts wear shall be provided by the organizing
committee.
IRR 8.4.4 Tete-a-tete and Picture Interpretation
IRR 8.4.4.1 The Candidates will be presented in two groups:
The Females and the Males. Each group will sit down
on the furniture set provided on stage and will have
a casual talk/interview with the hosts.
IRR 8.4.4.2 Candidates shall be asked to select random
number which corresponds to a picture.
IRR 8.4.4.3 Candidates shall be given 60 seconds to interpret
and express their thoughts about the picture
selected. A bell shall ring twice to signal the end
of 60 seconds.

IRR 8.4.4.4 Candidates shall be given 0.5 point deduction


from the total average score of the Picture
Interpretation for every 5 seconds in excess of
time allowed.

IRR 8.4.5 Formal Wear and Long Gown


IRR 8.4.5.1. The Formal Wear and Long Gown shall be provided
by the Pageant Committee. The Candidates,
however must bring their own foot wear.
Accessories are allowed as long as they do not
affect the overall design of the attire. Any
alteration done to the attire provided will result
to automatic disqualification of the award.

IRR 8.4.6 Question and Answer Portion


IRR 8.4.6.1. The Candidates will be given a common question
and each candidate shall be given 30 seconds to
answer. The bell shall ring to signal the end of 30
seconds.
IRR 8.5 AWARDS
IRR 8.5.1 Minor and Special Awards
I. Best in Production number (male and female)
II. Best in Talent ( male and female)
III. Best in Theme Wear (male and female)
IV. Best in Empire Shirt ( male and female)
V. Best in Fun Wear (male and female)
VI. Best in Resorts Wear (male and female)
VII. Best in Epitome of Benevolence (pair)
VIII. Mr. & Ms. Congeniality (male and female)
IX. Mr. & Ms. Photogenic Indoor (male and female)
X. Mr. & Ms. Photogenic Outdoor (male and female)
XI. People’s Choice Award (male and female)
XII. Best in Formal Wear (male)
XIII. Best in Long Gown (female)
XIV. Best in Fashion Runway (male and female)
XV. Sponsor’s choice and other awards

NOTE: Special awards will also vary on the sponsors of the event hence, subject to
changes with prior notice.

IRR 8.5.2 Major Awards


I. Mr. and Ms. Ambassadors of Goodwill 2017 – 2nd Runners-up
II. Mr. and Ms. Ambassadors of Goodwill 2017 – 1st Runners-up
III. Mr. and Ms. Ambassadors of Goodwill 2017

IRR 8.5.3 Rules on Special Awards


IRR 8.5.3.1 The Mr. and Ms. Congeniality will be selected
through secret voting among the candidates
before the pageant night.

IRR 8.5.3.2 The Mr. and Ms. Photogenic for both indoor and
outdoor will be chosen by the sponsoring
company.

IRR 8.5.3.3 The People’s Choice Award will be based on the


votes taken 50% from the PISO VOTES by the
empires and 50% from the most number of
Facebook reactions (except likes). Each Cluster is
required to provide a box for each candidate.

IRR 9.0 CRITERIA FOR JUDGING


IRR 9.1 Criteria for judging are as follows:

Talent Competition
Mastery, Execution and Timing 30%
Showmanship and Entertainment Value 25%
Projection and Stage Presence 20%
Creativity and Originality 15%
Costume and Props 5%
Audience Impact 5%
Total 100%
Picture Interpretation
Content 60%

Delivery, Conciseness and Confidence 25%

Personality and Charm 15%


Total 100%

Theme Wear
Relevance to the Theme 25%

Creativity, Originality and Extravagance 35%

Projection, Confidence and Stage Presence 20%


Poise and Bearing 15%
Audience Impact 5%

Total 100%

Epitome of Benevolence
Substance (Significance of the Deed) 50%
Impact of the Project (Demographic Reach) 25%
Video Documentation and Presentation 15%
Effort (Initiative in Organizing the Activity) 10%
Total 100%

Question and Answer


Content 60%

Delivery, Conciseness and Confidence 30%


Poise and Bearing 10%
Total 100%
Final Criteria
Beauty, Figure, Poise, and Projection 40%

Wit and Intelligence 60%

Total 100%

Note: Minor and Special Awards will be given to the candidate who will garner
the highest average rate from the judges ranging from 1- 10.

IRR 10.0 ADDITIONAL GUIDELINES


IRR 10.1 Wardrobe
IRR 10.1.1 The candidates are responsible for their own required
wardrobe to be worn during events.

IRR 10.1.2 Candidates can wear any attire and can use accessories
subject to the approval of the organizers.

IRR 10.1.3 Due to space limitations, each candidate may only have one
dresser and make-up artist. The candidates are responsible
for the conduct of his or her dresser and make-up artist.

IRR 10.1.4 Each contestant must be responsible for their personal


belongings. The organizers shall not be liable for any loss or
damages on the belongings or sponsored clothing that shall
be worn by the contestants.

IRR 10.2 Punctuality


IRR 10.2.1 Contestants are expected to be at the venue one (1) hour
before the scheduled time of the event.
IRR 10.2.2 Any contestant who is not at the designated place 45
minutes before the appointed time of the
pre-pageant / pageant would be penalized with a .50 point
deduction from the total score.

IRR 10.3 Limitations of Liability / Responsibility


IRR 10.3.1 The CBOs and the organizers shall not be responsible for
negligence or fraud on the part of pageant sponsors or
judges, who may be providing products or services to
candidates at the Mr. and Ms. Ambassador of Goodwill.

IRR 10.3.2 The CBOs shall not be responsible for loss, theft, or
damage caused to any and all prizes, gifts and awards
bestowed upon the candidates after these items become
their property. Candidates shall incur replacement and/or
repair costs to lost, stolen, or damaged items including
but not limited to: crown/tiara, sash, plaques, trophies,
etc.

IRR 10.3.3 The CBOs and the organizers shall not be responsible for
any lost, stolen or damaged property of the candidates,
their friends or families before and during the competition.

IRR 10.4 Panel of Judges


IRR 10.4.1 The Pageant Committee has the sole discretion and complete
authority to select the judges. Reasonable efforts are made
to secure a culturally and professionally diverse panel of
judges

IRR 10.4.2 Judges' names shall not be released to candidates prior to


arrival at the pre-pageant/coronation.
IRR 10.4.3 The candidates may not approach the judges or engage in
conversation with judges prior to or during the
competition. Candidates who are observed approaching a
judge or engaging in conversation with a judge beyond a
brief greeting is at risk of being penalized.

IRR 10.4.4 The decision of the board of judges is final and irrevocable.
IRR 10.4.5 The scores shall be tabulated by the pageant committee.

IRR 11.0 POINT SYSTEM

IRR 11.1 Awards will be given during the pageant night. Winning empires will be
awarded with the following points to be accumulated in the
determination of the over-all champion during the JPiesta.

2nd Runners-up 700 points


1st Runners-up 850 points
Mr. and Ms. Ambassadors of Goodwill 2016 1000 points
Minor and Special Awards 50 points

IRR 12.0 GROUNDS FOR DETHRONEMENT OF MR. &


MS. AMBASSADOR OF GOODWILL 2017 WINNERS
IRR 12.1 The Mr. and Ms. Ambassadors of Goodwill shall be automatically
dethroned if any of the following grounds are met during their one year
reign from the time of the Pageant Night until he/she passed on the
crown to the next title holders.
• Failure to do embody the characteristics of an Ambassador of Goodwill
• Failure to enroll for the semesters required by the university or the
college
• Shifting of course not relating to Accounting or any equivalent course
offerings

• Failure in any academic subjects exceeding six (6) units


• Involvement in any grave crime, public misconduct or improper
behavior
• Termination of USJ-R JPIA membership status within the Local Chapter
year

IRR 13.0 ENFORCEMENT OF THE IMPLEMENTING RULES AND


REGULATIONS
IRR 13.1 It shall be the primary duty of the Pageant Committee to effectively
enforce the provisions of this Implementing Rules and Regulations. The
committee also has the sole right to interpret the contents of this
Implementing Rules and Regulations and their decision shall be binding
and irrevocable.
IRR 13.2 The Chapter Advisory Council or shall act as legal adviser to the Pageant
Committee and shall render legal assistance as may be necessary in
carrying out the provisions of this Implementing Rules and Regulations.

IRR 14.0 AMENDMENTS OR REVISIONS


IRR 14.1 The Local Chapter shall be vested with the exclusive power to revise and
amend the Implementing Rules and Regulations.

IRR 14.2 Any amendment or revision to this Implementing Rules and Regulations
may be proposed by any member of any local chapter upon a written
request of such member, stating the reasons thereto.

IRR 14.3 Any request for amendments and revisions as well as proposed
amendments must initially be reviewed by the Chairpersons for
discussion, editing and final approval and to be noted by the Local Chapter
Adviser.

IRR 14.4 The Chairpersons shall have the right to debunk any proposed revision
and amendment, submitted to them, which are deemed unnecessary. The
final decision on any inclusions and exclusions to this Implementing Rules
and Regulations must be determined by a majority vote of all the Central
Body Officers.

IRR 14.5 Amendments to particular provisions in this Implementing Rules and


Regulations shall be allowed provided that such amendments will be
communicated to the Chairmen of the Ambassadors of Goodwill.

IRR 15.0 SEPARABILITY CLAUSE


IRR 15.1 If any clause, provision, paragraph or part of this Implementing Rules and
Regulations shall be declared unconstitutional or invalid, such judgment
shall not affect, invalidate, or impair any other part hereof, but shall be
merely confined to the clause, provision, paragraph or part directly
involved in the controversy in which such judgment has been rendered.

IRR 16.0 REPEALING CLAUSE


IRR 16.1 Any rule and regulation or resolution or part thereof inconsistent with the
provisions of this Implementing Rules and Regulations are hereby repealed
or modified accordingly.
IRR 17.0 EFFECTIVITY
IRR 17.1 This Implementing Rules and Regulations shall take effect immediately after
its presentation and approval of the Chairpersons.

Mark Niño Capacite


President, JPIA

Jacinto Barruga III Ceferino Magno III


Over-all Chairman Chairman

Cortney Tamboboy Mike Ardel Go


Chairman Chairman

Kathlenn Joanne Ayuda Ian Renz Singculan


Chairman Chairman