Debating

Declamation(English/Urdu)

General Rules:

• The event is Bi-Lingual.
• There is only individual participation.
• Speakers will be judged by all communicative panel of experience judges.
• The decision of the judges would be final and binding for all speakers in the tournament.
• Speakers would speak for a minimum 4 minutes and a maximum of 6 minutes.
• Paper reading is strictly prohibited; any speaker found to be indulging in the activity would be subjected to negative marking.
• Any speaker found to be passing offensive remarks against important dignitaries, evoking vulgar or derogatory terms, or using any indecent remarks for the chairperson, a member of the audience, or another participant will not be endured and will be liable for the instant disqualification.
• There will be two awards per category(English/Urdu).

English Serious

  • There are no eternal facts, as there are no absolute truths.
  • Every election is determined by the people who show up.
  • Freedom With Limitation is no freedom.
  • Give me liberty or give me death.

English Humorous

  1. I try not to be witty today
  2. Before I disappear…
  3. Give me a chance.
  4. The life of a debater is. 

For more details, Contact:

  • Uzair Aslam: 0335-3416920

Essay Writing Competition

Through critical thinking, creativity, and useful participation, the essay writing competition hopes to educate our youth about the opportunities and difficulties the country faces and help them understand their contribution to the country’s progress. Youth can showcase their exceptional writing abilities at this wonderful occasion.

General Guidelines:

• The word limit is 1500-2000 words.
• The contest is bilingual and same rules will be followed in Urdu format.
• The essay should be written in a proper format.
• It should contain the following:
• An Introduction or Thesis Statement, which introduces the subject and contains an explanation of your position. The objective is to demonstrate your understanding of the demand of the topic given.
• A Body, which develops your argument using research and analysis, i.e., comparing and contrasting results and inferential analysis.
• A Conclusion, which summarizes the research and arguments presented in the essay, sets forth your conclusions.
• The use of informal language and contractions should be avoided; if not, will be penalized.

The essays will be judged on the following basis:

  • Strength of arguments
  • Clarity of thought
  • Knowledge of the subject
  • Quality of writing
  • Use of grammatical devices
  • Relevancy

For more details, Contact:

  • Khadija Shakoor: 0333-7467371