The aim of Master Communicators Club is to encourage students to become more employable, go-getting professionals. Participants can fortify their own self-image through development of their communication and leadership competencies. Students will also learn how to value the distinct qualities of others.
We come up with several skill building events like Off-the-cuff speaking, roleplays, debate and Pecha-Kucha presentations which help the students succeed as young professionals, and its also an opportunity to bag attractive cash prizes. Our club is open to all students, and we strongly encourage anyone interested in taking part in our events.
To provide a platform for student participants to demonstrate an understanding of communication in diverse contexts – interpersonal, small group, public and organizational.
To help participants exhibit enhanced analytical, critical and performance competencies that will assist students in participating effectively in inter collegiate events or contents.
The first event was on December 10, 2018 from 4:20 p.m. to 7:20 p.m. in Faraday Hall. There were three tracks namely Off-The-Cuff speaking, Playact and Debate. Ten participants registered for the off-the-cuff speaking and the playact, and four groups of four participants each registered for the debate. Cash prizes of Rs. 1000 for the first place and Rs. 500 for the second place were distributed to the winners of the first two tracks and Rs. 2000 for the winning team and Rs. 1000 for runners’ team of the third track, debate. The gathering was around 65-70.
The second event was a PechaKucha Night, held on March 7, 2018 from 4:20 p.m. to 7:45 p.m. in ECE seminar hall, 46 participants registered for the event, all of them presented their topics in PechaKucha format as in six minutes and forty seconds each visual presentation, three participants stood as first, second and third winners. Cash prizes of Rs. 2000 for the first place Rs. 1500 for the second place and Rs. 1000 for the third place were distributed to the winners. The gathering was around 80.
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