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NASR School leaves its mark



Class apart: Participants at the Oratorio 08 - a literary festival organised by the Young Orators Club of Secunderabad in association with ISB.

They spoke impressively to stand out competing against the 200-odd budding managers and aspiring lawyers from the best institutes of the country.

Students from NASR School bagged a few events competing with students of ISB, NALSAR and IITs at Oratorio 08 - a literary festival organised by the Young Orator’s Club of Secunderabad in association with ISB.

The event attracted more than 1,200 participants from IIT Bombay, NLS- Bangalore, IIFT- Kolkata, IIIT- Kolkata, Christ Collage of management and Christ collage of Law, NALSAR, NLIU-Bhopal, IIM-Indore, ISB, NASR and other local colleges.

Team from NASR School shocked everybody making their way to the finals of debate and group discussion.

They bagged the third place in debate. Afrah Saleem, of NASR School came first in Declamation, third with her team-mate in the debate finals. She was the second runner’s up in “Speaker of the year” at the event.

In the debate the topic was “Identity is the product of only society and history” and it was won by the NALSAR team consisting of Arun Mohan and Gruha Lakshmi while the second place went to the team from ISB while the team from NASR stood third.

In the group discussion event multiple rounds were held and the finalists were asked to discuss on “Market is always effective than the state.” The winner was Pranay Bhatia from IIT-Bombay and runners up was Arun Mohan from NALSAR.

Lively

JAM was a lively, rapid and entertaining and the best spectator event at Oratorio where the participants were asked to speak for a minute on topics like “Jack and Jill,” “Somebody, nobody,” “Ants in pants” etc. The declamation event saw 76 extraordinarily different speeches on subjects ranging from an extract of Shakespeare to a monologue of fight club and from poetic recitations to some prepared speeches.

Arun Mohan of NALSAR bagged Speaker of the event while runner’s up was Pranay Bhatia from IIT Bombay.

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