J. H. Tarapore School organised the Annual English Elocution Contest on 25th August, 2023 with an aim to promote effective public-speaking skills among students. The event was graced by the presence of our esteemed Chief Guest,
Mrs. Vidya Battiwala, whose insightful remarks added immense value to the occasion.
The Elocution featured participants competing across a range of categories, each displaying exceptional oratory skills. The categories included Story Telling, Declamation, Ted Talks and Poetry Dramatization showcasing the diverse talents of our students.
The eminent panel of judges comprised Mrs. Anindita Roy, Vice Principal, JUSCO School Kadma, Mrs. Richa Mishra, English Teacher, Loyola School and Ms. Swati Kamboj, Teacher Incharge English and Elective English, Tarapore School, Agrico. The judges expressed satisfaction at the selection of prose, poetry and speeches of great leaders by students and their delivery. The diligent efforts of the participants were highly appreciated by the distinguished panel of judges who expressed that such competitions lead to free flow of ideas.
The students were categorized into four groups.
Group A consisted of Story Telling by the students of Std VI and VII. The first prize in this category was won by Sonali Kumari, the second prize was won by Kumari Shree
Group B consisted of Declamation by the students of Std. IX and X. The first prize was won by
Amrita Pandey and the second prize was won by Akriti Kumari.
Group C consisted of ‘TED TALKS’ by STD XI and XII. The first prize was won by Rashi Mahato and the second prize was won by Satakshi Tiwari.
Group D consisted of ‘Dramatization of Poems’ by the students of Std. VIII. The children enacted poems like “The Walrus and the Carpenter”, “The Monkey and the Crocodile” and “The Ballad of Sir Pertab Singh”. It was a spectacular display of dramatic and oratory skills. The winner was “The Monkey and the Crocodile” and the Best Character Awards went to Yashika Saha and Sanskriti Chaudhary.
We eagerly anticipate the continued growth of elocution in the years to come and remain indebted to all who contributed to it’s triumph.