One of the most important things required in a Law School is one’s oratory skills. The art of putting forward one’s point within minimum possible time is one of the greatest adroitness that a person belonging to the field of law possesses. Hence, this week’s Thursday Activity was an extempore competition for students of all the years. A total of 15 students from different years participated in the event, with about 12 participants from the first year itself. Needless to say, the First Years being the ‘babies’ of the college were most enthusiastic about this event. The rules were kept simple with a time limit of 5 minutes for the speaker and preparation time also of 5 minutes.
The participants were given various topics to present their views on such as ‘Right to Privacy’, ‘GST’, ‘Demonetization’ etc. Simple as they may seem but these issues have a lot of important pointers in them which were remarkably put forward by all the participants.
The result was declared shortly. Aadya Jha of the First year came third, Kainat Singh from the Second year got the Second Position and Fury Jain from the fourth Year bagged the first position. We congratulate all the winners and hope that we get to see more of this ‘verbal treat’ in the future.
This write up was written by Aadya Jha, Ist year.