Best Speaker in Stump Orator (Thar'18) from Arya College
Communication skills are no longer an added bonus; they’re a necessity. When a student reaches a platform after his/her engineering, they need to communicate to people in the market to create and maintain the balance for the smooth running of their business. Communication plays a significant role in today’s advanced generation.
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With this thought, a Competition of Stump orator has been organized by Rajasthan Technical University in Three-Days National Level Technical Competition (Thar’18). Avinash Purohit and Chavi Khandelwal from MBA and Computer Science Final year of Arya College of Engineering and IT had participated and Won First and Second position in the competition. Also, Avinash received Best Speaker of the year award. The event was the complete package for the person who loves speaking art, as it was entirely based on communication skills analysis.
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The Competition was dived into several rounds that are as follows:
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- Picture perception – In this round, students were given a file with a particular picture. They have to create the story on the basis of that picture in the time duration of 3 minutes. A panel of 5-6 members at a time seated and each of them presented their stories one-by-one in their own style. After this, there was a Group Discussion in which each participant has to convince other members that their story is the best. They can use any strategy to make other belief about their stories and can cross-question to create the chaos for others.
- Debate competition – In this round, questions were given to each student and they have to keep their points on the given topic. Five minutes of time was given to them.
Q1. Who is performing better? India or Indians
Q2. Do you think Women are more complex than Men?
- Extempore – On the spot topics were given to the participants.
The main aim of the event was to explore and enhance the speaking, thinking and listening skills of the students.