WHO WE ARE
Miss Africa India (MAI) aims to create a better tomorrow and inspire all the generations of Africans and Indians. By providing a platform that brings people of both communities together, MAI strives to find solutions to the problems that women face in the society today, and provide direction for their future endeavors by promoting creative thinking, critical problem solving, and a sense of community. MAI advocates for love and peace and empowers women to achieve their dreams.
Labels derived from preconceived notions on genealogy or environment restrain the growth of individuals and society. MAI is not just a platform to help women empower other women, but also to emancipate all women from their self imposed limitations.
“Beauty With Brains!”
The winner of the competition must be confident. She must understand the values of our brand and the responsibilities of the title. She must have the ability to articulate her ambition. A contestant should demonstrate authenticity, credibility and exhibit grace under pressure. The women who compete embody the modern, global aspiration for the potential within all women.
The competition will begin with preliminary interviews that include national costume, sports, and athletics, cuisine and talent. These preliminary events are especially important as it will be the first time the judges and fans really get to know the contestants. The preliminary competition is the driving force in selecting the Semifinalists.
Each of these contestants will walk the runway during the national costume and introduction displaying her culture.
The semifinalists move on to the second stage of the competition during the creativity, speech and evening gown segment. The judges and fans will see the contestants’ personal style as they walk the stage. However, the judges focus on how confidently each woman presents herself.
Contestants may not be married or pregnant. They must not have ever been married, not had a marriage annulled nor given birth to a child. The titleholders are also required to remain unmarried throughout their reign.
Contestants must be at least 18 and under 28 years of age before January 1st in the year they hope to compete in Miss Africa India.
Potential contestants must apply to enter the Miss Africa India pageant by registering on the official MAI website for casting
Click here for information to compete for Miss Africa India.
es. Miss Africa India contestants must be at least 18 and under 28 years of age before January 1st in the year they hope to compete in Miss Africa India.
A contestant should understand the values of Miss Africa India and the responsibilities of the title. She should be able to express what her personal and professional goals would be during her reign. Consider the below when competing at the finale.
- Describe what your aspirations are and why you are competing for a title.
- What have you done in your community to show leadership?
- How would you use your title to impact society?
- What social group would be your focus and why?
- How would you help solve issues in the world, not just in your home country?
- How can you make this world a better place if you were crowned?
Contestants should also discuss preparing for the pageant as they have a wealth of information, contacts, and referrals.
Miss Africa India will be between 40 and 50 finalists where we have 2 representatives per country.
No, contestants should not be married or pregnant. They must not have ever been married, not had a marriage annulled nor given birth to, or parented a child. The titleholders are also required to remain unmarried throughout their reign.
A contestant must be confident. She must be able to demonstrate authenticity and articulate her ambitions as a titleholder. The competitions showcase and evaluate the contestant’s aspirations and are judged by accomplished business leaders, philanthropists, and public figures.
When the queen is crowned, she will work on contract for one year with Miss Africa India and act as an ambassador for the young African ladies in India. During her reign, she will work on many projects, one of them being the promotion of peace and love, not forgetting woman empowerment.
When her reign comes to an end she will pass her crown and duties to the next coming Queen.