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 Inter School / College Debates 

Date of Publish - Wednesday, 8th November 2017
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This is an opportunity for all Students (Schools / Colleges / Universities) to participate in the Debate Competition to be held at various locations or identified institutions from 15th December, 2017 on diverse current innovations / issues. The debate competition is a platform for participants to share knowledge, network as well as evaluate their competitive positions and grow through peer group  interactions. This kind of healthy exposure prepares them better for the job market as well.

The entry fee is Rs 1,000/- per team of two school participants and Rs1,000/- per team of two college students. One would speak in favor of the motion and another would be speaking against the motion. Only two teams are allowed from each institution.

The final rounds of quarter finals, semi-finals and finals would be held during the week long celebrations.

The final winners would be felicitated at Ravindra Bharati or selected location on 10th January 2018 and the remaining students would be issued participation certificates on the day of elimination itself.

 
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Sameer

When and where we can register for this competition?

Monday, 04 December 2017

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