Nishkarsh Rashtriya Yuva Samagam presents “Conflict Confronts”, A National E-Debate Competition on 21st, 22nd and 23rd August, 2020.

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About Organization

Nishkarsh Rashtriya Yuva Samagam is a budding organization which has hosted its First National Level Quiz Competition on Constitutional Law on the 10th of June 2020 and has received an overwhelming response of over 400+ participants in the same and is also involved in other Competitions. Recently on 15th July Nishkarsh Rashtriya Yuva Samagam has hosted it’s first edition of E-Mun. We are going to organize National Debate Competition on 22nd and 23rd August, 2020. Our main objective is to provide platform to as many people as possible so that they can showcase their talent.

About the Competition

“If you have to say or do something controversial, aim so that people will hate that they love it and not love that they hate it.”

Last date for registration- 18/08/2020

Who can register- Any one who is interested in Debate can participate.

How to Participate- (Register your self)

Rules of Procedure-

There will be four rounds:-

  1. The Reasons and Arguments
  2. The voice of the brains ( Extempore)
  3. Knock Out Round ( Cross Examination )
  4. Tug of  Word’s war

Reasons & Arguments

We are providing 10 topics from which the participant has to select any one topic and have to give speech  in for or against on it.

Topics for First Round-

  1. Are reservation in job & education justified?
  2. Faminism and the power of law
  3. Citizenship Amendment Act, 2019 is “just and not divisive”
  4. Birth control should be for sale over the counter.
  5. How is peer pressure different from bullying?
  6. Sex education necessary for middle school students?
  7. Should police have the right to shoot to kill?
  8. Capital Punishment: A Bane or Boon
  9. Is freedom of speech a necessity in a functional society?
  10. Climate change is the greatest threat in human history.

1.1 The participants will itself decide whether they choose ‘For or Against’

1.2 Time allotted for round is 3+2min, first 3 min  for speech and 2 min for question and answer round by the Judges.

2.The Voice of Brains (Extempore)

Topic would be provided on the spot and the participants would be given 1 minute for deciding whether they opt to speak “For” or “Against”.

2.1 Time limit would be 2 minutes for speech and 30 sec for conclusion.

2.2 There will be no question and answer round.

3.Knock Out Round ( Cross Examination )

For this round you will get topic One night before round.

3.1 For this round who will face whom will be decided by the  organising committee.

3.2 Who will speak in for or against the topic will be decided by Draw of lots.

3.3 Time limit for this round will be 3 + 2+ 2mins

First 3 minutes will be provided for speech and 2 minutes for rebuttal and rest 2 minutes for judges question and answer round(cross examination).

4.Tug of words war

For the final round four participants will  be qualified and 4.1The topic would be provided 1 hour before the final round.

4.2 Who will speak in for or against the topic will be decided by Draw of lots.

4.1 The time limit will be 5 + 3 minutes i.e, 5 minutes for speech and 3 minutes for Rebuttal.

When all the four participants will complete their rebuttal then the Judges and viewers can ask the questions from the participants. One viewer can ask only one question from any finalist.

Language- Bilingual (Hindi/English)

 

Judging Criteria-

1.Time Management

2.Communication Skill/ Voice 3.Projection/ Inflection

4.Presence of mind

5.Confidence

6.Clarity of thoughts

7.Approach /Appearance

8.Expressions/ Eye Contact /

9.Enthusiasm

10.Persuasiveness

11.Worthwhile Message

Note- Changes can be made in the Rules of Procedure with the mutual consent of the Organizing Committee. The decision of the in Organizing Committee will be valid.

Registration Fee- 50rs only

How to register – Click on the link given below to register yourself

NISHKARSH RASHTRIYA YUVA SAMAGAM IS ORGANIZING “CONFLICT CONFRONTS” NATIONAL DEBATE COMPETITION

Payment Details-

Paytm/Google Pay- 7050334644

For any queries feel free to contact- +91 9044882334

Email id- [email protected]

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