The Debating Society of Gautam Buddha University is organising an All India Students Speech Competition to get over your boredom during this lockdown. This is not just any other speech competition but is also a charity event where we will be donating the amount collected through registration fees to PMCares Fund to help fight the Covid19 pandemic.
Topic: How Covid19 pandemic is affecting our Education system?
Eligibility: Any enrolled student of school or college is eligible to participate
Stage 1: All the participants will have to send a 2-minute video on the topic given, to our email id after registration and fee submission. The top 10 participants from each category (Hindi and English) will be shortlisted for the next round (may vary depending on the participants).
Stage 2: The next round will be an online polling round where the videos of selected participants will be uploaded on our Instagram handle and the most popular ones will be the winner.
Note: All the participants will get a digital certificate.
For winners, the certificate will be posted to their address after the lockdown.
Rules and regulations
The participant should stick to the time limit that is two minutes. Extra 20 seconds are allowed for the introduction. So the video should not be longer than 2:20 minutes. Videos above the time limit won’t be entertained.
Participants are requested to use decent language in their speech keeping in mind the values of the topic and the aim of this competition.
While recording the video make sure you put the camera at a stable position and then speak.
Reading from the paper is not allowed.
Make sure your speech is clearly audible and hand gestures visible.
Participants are supposed to send their video entries latest by 20th April 2020 at dristikon.gbu[at]gmail.com after fee submission.
Pay the registration fees at Paytm number 8368227880 and take a screenshot and proceed toregister here.
Fill the details in the registration form and upload the screenshot of the payment.
Send the video with your details at dristikon.gbu[at]gmail.com latest by 20th April 2020.
For any further the queries you can visit the Instagram handle of our debate club @drishtikondebateclub.
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