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Public Speaking Club

Good speaking is the most desirable and enduring skill today. It plays a major role in education, business and even in public arena. Public speaking is an oral presentation that is given live before an audience that can cover a wide variety of topics with the purpose to educate, influence or entertain. In the professional realm, developing good speaking can help many aspects of one’s life. The way people respond to us and their interpretations to our messages greatly depend on our speech quality. It’s not just about using clever words; instead, it’s about establishing a connection with the audience on the basis of mutual trust and appreciation. It is a skill that can be learnt and acquired; which can be further honed with right guidance and consistent practice.



About Us

75% of world population struggle with this social phobia of public speaking called Glossophobia. Data depicts 89% people believe that effective communication is extremely important, but 8 out of 10 people rate their own communication skill as either average or poor. A well-structured activity plan will prime the students in the due course to become efficient professionals and to have the persona of refined speakers.

Vision

To shape students into confident speakers who can present themselves confidently in any given situation, showing remarkable fluency and ease of expression.

Mission

To provide right guidance and opportunity to students to face a conversation situation confidently and speak fluently to get benefitted professionally as well as personally. To equip them to rely on their own skills, memory and improvisation to exhibit impressive conversational skills without any external support and prepare them for relative job scenario.

Proposed Activities

  • Interactive workshops/seminars
  • Semi-formal situational conversations
  • Candid Presentation
  • Group Discussions
  • Online/Offline Mock Placement Drive
  • Debates
  • Turn A Coat
  • Mock Parliament
  • Connecting Dots
  • End Lines
  • Tell history
  • Two truth, one lie


FACULTY COMMITTEE MEMBERS

S.NO

NAME

DEPARTMENT

POST

1.

Dr. Anjana Sekhar

Humanities

Convener

2.

Dr. Swarnita Sharma

Humanities

Advisor

3.

Mrs. Swapna Sarkar

Humanities

Co-ordinator

4.

Mr. Vaibhav Upadhyay

Mathematics

Member

5.

Mr. Rajesh Patel

Mathematics

Member



STUDENT COMMITTEE MEMBERS


Mr. SPARSH SHARMA

(Computer Science 4th year)

ADVISOR

Mr. YOGESH RAO MULE

(MCA 2nd year)

CONVENER

Ms. NEHA REDDY

(MCA 2nd year)

VICE PRESIDENT

Mr. ARINI SINGH

(Civil 2nd year)

SECRETARY

Mr. RITIK KURRE

(Civil 3rd year)

TREASURER

Ms. SAKSHI PREMCHANDANI

(Computer Science 3rd year)

TREASURER

Mr. HRITIK MUKHERJEE

(MBA 2nd year)

I/c SOCIAL MEDIA

Ms. SAKSHI DESHMUKH

(Civil 3rd year)

I/c SOCIAL MEDIA

Ms. SANSKRITI GAURAHA

(EEE 3rd year)

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