NSS Unit at RIMT University hosted the ‘Yuva SamVad @2047’ declamation contest, igniting passionate discussions on India’s Panch Pran. Students voiced their visions for a Developed India, breaking free from colonial mindsets, embracing heritage, unity, and citizen duty.
Dr. B.S Bhatia, Pro Vice-chancellor said that competitions like these help the participants enhance their public speaking, articulation, and presentation skills. He further added that through researching and delivering famous speeches, participants gain a deeper understanding of history, culture, and impactful moments. Dr. Jyoti Angrish, NSS Coordinator said that Competing in front of an audience helps participants build self-confidence and overcome stage fright and effective delivery involves not only speaking clearly and fluently but also conveying the emotions and intentions of the original speaker.
Congratulations to the winners who conquered the stage with eloquence and conviction!