UILS, PU ORGANISES INTRA-DEPARTMENT “SPELLING BEE” AND “JUST-2-MINUTE” COMPETITION 2019
Chandigarh April 16, 2019
The Literary Society of University Institute of Legal Studies, Panjab
University, Chandigarh, under the able guidance of Dr. Sasha and Dr. Chanchal Narang organised Intra-Department “Spelling Bee” and “Just-2-Minutes” Competition under Avant Garde on 15th April, 2019.
While the “Spelling Bee” Competition aimed to enhance the vocabulary of
students, thereby fostering comprehensive learning marked by proper pronunciation of the words, the “Just-2-minutes” Competition was an all round-fun event aimed at mastering the control of the mind over the mouth. The competition saw the earnest participation of students from all semesters. The medium of speech for the competition was English.
The “Spelling Bee” competition witnessed the participation of 20 students and was conducted in two phases viz. preliminary rounds and final rounds. On the other hand, the “Just-2-minutes” competition had 15 participants who were given approximatey an hour to prepare after the draw of lots.
Imaan Singh Khara was adjudged the winner in the “Just-2-minutes” competition, with Jaideep Singh Lalli and Surner Singh bagging the 2nd and 3rd position respectively. In the “Spelling Bee” Competition, Tejsavi was declared the winner, while Shtantika was awarded the trophy for the 2nd position and Bhumija for the third.
he competition was judged by Dr. Harneet Kaur Sandhu (Associate Professor, PGDE, GGSCW, Chandigarh). Calling it an illuminating experience, Dr Harneet Kaur congratulated the students as well as the society for making it a successful event.
The event culminated with Dr Chanchal Narang congratulating all the winners, participants as well as the volunteers for their cooperation and support. She also encouraged the students to look forward to more such opportunities in the future.It being the last event of the present semester, overall the event turned out to be a great learning experience for all the participants as well as the volunteers.
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