Student Quality Circle(SQC) of Kantipur City College organized Speech Competition 2023.

  • March 13, 2023

On Friday, March 10th 2023, Speech competition held at KCC (Kantipur City College) organized by Student Quality Circle(SQC) was tremendous success, showcasing the impressive public speaking skills of students from various faculties of the college. The competition was attended by quality and enthusiastic audience, students, teachers and faculty members.
The main aim of this competition was to build up the confidence of participants in front of the audience and overcome the fear of public speaking making familiar with stage for the personal and professional development. But the suspense about this competition is participants are provided their topic just an hour before competition started. And surprisingly over 20 students participated in the competition, representing themselves as well as the entire faculty.

The winner of this competition were announced at the end of the event, with firsts place going to Mr. Milan Shrestha, 6th semester’s student of BCA. Milan’s speech, entitled “Space Race”, acknowledged the audience ‘bout the Space Race and explored the facts of it and the misuse that could be done. The judges praised Milan’s confidence, delivery and message calling it “a brilliant speech”.

Likewise, Second place was secured by Mr. Kiran Silwal, a 2nd semester’s student of BE computer for the confounding speech on “Feminism and its Misconception”. In this speech, Mr. Kiran spoke about concept of fake feminism and its effect on our society. The judges applauded the questions he raised that make the entire hall hush down and think for a while.

Similarly, Siddhika karki a 6th semester’s student of BCA grabs the third position, for a beautiful speech on “Wealth inequality-Growing Divide”. In this speech Siddhika articulates the unequal distribution of assets in the group of people. Judges complimented on her fluent speaking way impressive may of communicating.

Other outstand speeches included Rupesh Nepali’s “Hate speech” and Laxman Basnet “Importance of Mental Health” and Biajay Kusari’s “Importance of High Happiness Index in a country”. All three participants received honorable mentions from the Director of the college for their powerful messages and passionate delivery.

The competition had significant impact on both the participants and the audience. Many attendees left the competition feeling inspired and motivated to make a difference in their own lives. Many students spoke about how the competition had helped them overcome their fear of public speaking and had inspire them to pursue further opportunities in public speaking. Meanwhile, the audience and the judges was moved by the students’ messages and impressed by their talent and dedication.

The organizers of the competition were pleased with the turnout and the quality of the speeches expressing their gratitude towards the participants, judges, and faculty members and the volunteers for their support and contribution to the success of the event.

Overall, the KCC speech competition was a huge success. The speeches were inspiring, the audience was engaged, and the students proved that they have what it takes to be effective communicators and leaders. Congratulations to all the participants and winners, and we look forward to seeing what they will accomplish in the future.

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