Saturday, 22 October 2016

Visual Extempore: - The Power of Words

Faculty Coordinator: - Dr. Pooja Devija
There comes a time in every one's life when he or she will have to give an impromptu speech. It may be for anything - a radio interview, a teacher trying to get you to speak up in class, or even in a casual debate. It happens more often than most people would think. The words we speak are chosen at the point of delivery and they flow back and forth, with communication being two-way, three-way or four-way. It is all done without any preparation.
Extemporaneous speaking does not imply lack of preparation. On the contrary, one carefully selects his material and outlines it just as if he were preparing to write out the talk. Instead of so doing, however, the speech is delivered from an outline and is not written out in advance, or, if written out, is not delivered from the manuscript, nor memorized. This means a thorough preparation.

The key to extempore speaking is that the words spoken are chosen as we speak them, and what is delivered is a stream of consciousness that is fluent, erudite and articulate, while being unscripted. Effective extempore speaking always has the purpose of the competition and the impact on the audience at its heart. Even the few who are capable of it will admit to significant preparation when the stakes are high.
Visual extempore is definitely not a regular extempore, if extempore demands thinking on your toes, visual extempore seeks thrice the effort and ability.

There were 16 participants in the event. The participants of visual extempore were given a visual clue and they had to speak about it. Judges were looking for clarity of thought, logical organization, sincerity and the effective use of English.Dr.Surana, the Principal of PMCH was the guest of Honor for the event. The judges for the event were Ms. Ankita Bhandari, Assistant Branch Manager, South Indian Bank, Ms. Mariya Motiwala,Worked as a health n beauty consultant.

The Coordinators for visual extempore were:

1.Purvi Sharma part II
2. Mohit Jain part II
3. sonal Jain Part II
4. Yash Chittora   Part II
5. Shalini Baser part I
7.  Pariha  Shrimal Part I
8. Lakshmi Part I
9. Himanshu Panchal Part I

The winners of the event were:

1. Gautam Ardra, new Delhi institute of mgt
2.Prashansa,  modi university

3.vishakha choudhary , kanoriya college