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ANPSA inter school elocution contest
Staff Reporter DIMAPUR, JUN 11 (NPN)
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Published on 11 Jun. 2011 11:52 PM IST
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: All Nagaland Private School Association (ANPSA) Dimapur unit organized an inter school elocution cum power point presentation competition on Saturday at Christ Hall, Holy Cross Higher Secondary School, Dimapur.
The competition was sponsored by NIIT and Educomp Smart Class where students 11 schools in Dimapur participated.
The competition was divided into two sessions. In the first session elocution competition grouped into A and B was held and the judges were Noel Manuel, director Dimension and Preety, headmistress Holotoli School.
Elocution which means the art of public speaking in which gestures, vocal production and delivery are emphasized, saw students giving their best to present these qualities in them. The students were judged on their dress code, content of piece, diction, flow of thought and gestures or expressions.
In this category, students from Holy Cross Higher Secondary School, Christian Higher Secondary School, Greenwood Higher Secondary School, Livingstone Foundation Higher Secondary School, Great Commission Kids Academy, Little Star Higher Secondary School, Calvary Mission School, Hiland Hall School, Hebron Higher Secondary School, Unity Christian Higher Secondary School and St. John Higher Secondary School participated in the competition.
In the second session, power point presentation competition was held and the judges were Er. Albert Ovung, SDO Electrical and Er. Kethosituo, SDO Nagaland Civil Services. Here, the students were judged on originality or relevance of idea, presentation, scientific approach, problem solving attempt and data collection.
The participating schools were Greenwood Higher Secondary School, Holy Cross Higher Secondary School, Calvary Mission School, Livingstone Foundation Higher Secondary School, Christian Higher Secondary School, St. John Higher Secondary Residential School, Little Star Higher Secondary School and Great Commission Kid’s Academy. Bringing out their ideas and presenting it through slide shows, the students came out with topics like water scarcity, women empowerment, Nagaland in 2020, soil conservation, climate change, global warming and harvesting rain water.
Noel Manuel speaking on behalf of the elocution judges said the participants performed well in compared to their age and standard, but felt there were lots to be done in terms of elocution.
Commenting on the power point presentations, Er. Kethosituo urged the organizers to continue with such competitions to develop the skills of students and also advised the students to keep on polishing their abilities and to obey their parents and honour them.
Meanwhile, the winners of elocution group A were, Solomika Swu from Livingstone Foundation Higher Secondary School bagged the first prize with a cash prize of rupees one thousand and a certificate, John from Great Commission Kids Academy secured the second position with a cash prize of rupees eight hundred and a certificate and third position went to Nizatoli from Little Star Higher Secondary School with a cash prize of Rs 500 and a certificate.
In group B Vungthungo L Murry from Livingstone Foundation Higher Secondary School secured the first position, second position went to Erenbeni from Holy Cross Higher Secondary School and Rovikhono Savino from Greenwood Higher Secondary School secured third position.
In the power point presentation, Sansau Lotha from Little Star Higher Secondary School secured the first position with a cash prize of rupees two thousand and a certificate, Akshara Babu from Holy Cross Higher Secondary School secured second position with a cash prize of rupees one thousand and a certificate and third position went to Sesalü from Great Commission Kid’s Academy with a cash prize of rupees five hundred.

 
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