Global College International is organizing 2nd Inter-A Level Speech Competition to mark “International Students’ Day “on 17th November, 2017. The theme for the speech is “Student Life: challenges and opportunities”. This program aims at strengthening the symbiotic relationship among the A level Colleges through students participation in the event. The students will get an opportunity to express their views and interact with distinguished personalities. For more photos Click this link


General Rules and Regulations:

  • Last date for submission of entries is November 12, 2017. Confirmation of participation can be done by E-mail.
  • Participants must come in uniform and with Identity-Card.
  • The decision of the judges will be the final.
  • The registration fee per student is Rs.500.
  • There will be a cash prize of Rs.10, 000 (Ten Thousand Only) and a shield along with the Gold Medal and certificates for the first position holder.
  • Silver and Bronze medals along with cash prize and certificates will be awarded to the 2nd and the 3rd position holders respectively.
  • The competition will take place in the college premises.
  • Reporting time will be sharp at 10:00 a.m.
  • Every participant will get a participation certificate.
  • Each entry must have detailed information of the candidate as well as the college.
  • GCI reserves the rights on all submissions

Rules for Speech Competition:

  • The participants have to develop the form of the speech considering the theme “Student life: Challenges, opportunities and prospective”.
  • The speech will be judged by the Jury on the ground of presentation, creativity, and originality within the prescriptive rules.
  • Each participant will be given five minutes in total for the speech.
  • There will be a warning bell after 4 minutes.
  • The Language used in the speech should be contextual and audience friendly, whereas Off-color jokes, slang expressions and “bathroom humor” shall contribute to the negative marking.
  • Denouncement which indicates gender, cultural, or racial stereotypes are considered as offensive measures for the competition.
  • Speakers, from the beginning, should consider their intended audience to be “the public”-a mixed age group, not simply an audience of peers.
  • No props or printed matter can be carried by a speaker.
  • Excessive violence and sex or religious extremism, if determined by the judges, will result in disqualification.
  • Each school has to send only two participants.
  • Topic and Turn of the speech can be chosen by the students at their arrival registration.
  • Participants will get one hour for preparation. Any delay on registration will limit the preparation time.

NOTE: Topics will be chosen by students through lottery system.

Topics to be prepared by Students:

  • Gender discrimination: A social Issue
  • Education system: Students Role
  • Economic Development: Money Matters
  • Brain Drain : A Challenge for Developing countries
  • Advance Technology : A need of time
  • Multi Culturalism: A global concept
  • Student Leadership: A demand of the country
  • Global Identity: Jobs and careers
  • E-learning: An opportunity of the century
  • Political awareness: A part of education