WTP

Terms & Conditions

All Teenagers must participate and submit their video entry under strict parental control only.

All views expressed on this platform will be of the participant and he/ she will be solely responsible for the same. Blub World or World Teen Parliament should not be held responsible for the contents of the video submitted.

This is an opportunity for Teens to express their ideas and innovations, misuse of our platform, its name and the entire initiative for any other purpose is strictly prohibited and would entail legal action.

All video entries that are above 59 seconds, will be rejected, if some of the entries even get approved on the social media, they will be rejected in the selection process. It is the responsibility of the participant to submit video entries that are less than 59 seconds in duration. Certificates will not be issued to any entries that exceed the 59 second limit.

It is highly recommended that Teens should submit their video entries from the school's social media pages/ accounts, after receiving a go ahead from their parents/ guardian/ teacher, for the safety and security of the participant and to check the contents of the video to be submitted.

Please ensure visiting the T&C section of WTP before registering for participation.

The selection to the World Teen Parliament cannot be claimed as a matter of right. The decision of the World Teen Parliament will be final and

cannot be further disputed.

Your participation in the World Teen Parliament will be considered as a confirmation from you of unconditionally agreeing to adhere to all the terms & conditions of the World Teen Parliament.

All standard T&C of Blub World apply to World Teen Parliament as well.

The terms & conditions are subject to change without prior notice. It is the responsibility of the participant to keep himself updated with the T&C of World Teen Parliament, as they are subject to change from time to time and not knowing or being unaware of any new or updated T&C or alteration of the existent T&C will be considered a fault of the participant and enough grounds for legal action against the participant.

Subject to exclusive jurisdiction of the courts in Udaipur City, Rajasthan