The Federation’s International Public Speaking Summit 2021, Register By 31st December, 2020

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About the Organisation

The Federation is a one-of-a-kind organization based in India, founded in June 2016 by Mr. Varun Jain. Our organisational setup comprises of young visionaries who see massive potential in the future of public speaking and seek to revolutionize the way it is structured. Through our collaborations with various premier institutions, we ensure that local institutions conducting public speaking events meet the standards of the events conducted at the global level. Our team equips the institution, the participating students, and other staff members with the latest criteria, structures and other essential requisites needed for a successful public speaking summit. The knowledge acquired consequently is spread to other organisations such that Indian public speaking competitions become worthy mediums of learning. We work to promote international connectivity by entering into fruitful collaborations with all kinds of institutions including NGOs, Youth Organisations, etc. that are actively organizing various public speaking events at a global level. Since our inception, we have established operations in several Indian states as well as other countries. We have also expanded to accommodate a variety of departments such as MUN Conferences, Youth Parliament, International Press, Open Mics, Public Forum Debates, Speaking to Inform and Persuade, Conventional Debates, etc. We strive to impart knowledge and innovate in terms of public speaking styles.

About the Event

The Federation presents “The International Public Speaking Summit 2021: The celebration of public speaking”.

IPSS 2021 is the brainchild of the organization and will stand for ingenuity and excellence. It aims to redefine the already-accepted standards of debate competitions and be an amalgamation of fierce discussions and intellectual projections, which will ultimately contribute to the knowledge expansion of the youth. It also aims to be a platform for diversified engagement of aspiring public speakers from all over the world to come together and experience the art of public speaking.

IPSS 2021 aims to:

  • Review – A review of the current structure of public speaking events conducted.
  • Resolve – A resolve to provide participants with a memorable debating experience.
  • Reform – A reform of various public speaking events to resemble the standard of competitions conducted internationally.


The competitions are set to be conducted on different dates, which are as follows:

  1. Youth Parliament
  2. Model United Nations
  3. Just a Minute
  4. Speaking to Persuade
  5. Speaking to Inform
  6. 1 vs. 1 Style of Debating
  7. Policy Debating
  8. Block and tackle
  9. Open Category

Dates: 8th January 2021 to 12th January 2021

Venue: Online – Zoom

Eligibility Criteria:

  • School students – 14 years and above
  • University/College students
  • Open Category for Corporate employees


  • Certificate of Participation for all
  • Certificate of Merit for the winners
  • International exposure
  • Network building
  • Experience in Public speaking at the global level

Registration Fees:

  • Modul United Nations and Youth Parliament – Rs. 350/-  per participant
  • Other Events – Rs. 200/- per participant

Registration Link:

You can register at

Contact Information:

Email ID: [email protected]

Phone No. 9811214442

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