The students of Galgotia University participated in the ‘Great Debate’ organized by the British High Commission and bagged prizes in the competition. The University is proud of its students for their zeal to excel in each and every field. Hannah Cockburn, Head, Political & Bilateral Affairs, British High Commission inaugurated the event.
The students from BA JMC department of Galgotias University took part in All India Inter-university debating competition held at the Sri Venkateshwara College, Delhi University in New Delhi. Various topics ranging from global energy security to compulsory voting rights were taken up in the rounds of debates.
GREAT Debate has a unique approach that provides an informal but highly rigorous debate experience for all involved. It should be stressed that the British High Commission did not issue judges with narrow criteria for arriving at a decision, but instead asked them to simply decide which side of the debate, for or against, made the most convincing argument.
Galgotias University is widely known and acknowledged for its academic and over-all excellence. It has always been boasting of providing students who are able and genius. The students who won the competition thanked their faculty for all the guidance and support. It was due to the sincere efforts of the faculty that the students bagged prizes. . The faculty is really experienced and they would not have won so easily if they were not helped by the guiding teachers. The university polishes its students to bring about the best of their aptitudes. And the recent news stands for the fact that these are not just hollow words. The university indeed is creating students who are establishing benchmarks of success and excellence.
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