Abhivyakti Club ( English Forum)
Abhivyakti Club ( English Forum)
- The primary goal of Abhivyakti Club (English Forum) is to help the students develop Communication Skills and build up confidence for Public Speaking .
- Club activities primarily focuses on developing cognitive ability to comprehend and initiate verbal discourse. Therefore, the focus of the club is on practising verbal language skills- Speaking and Listening in English.
- The activities of this club are planned to enhance the output of the students inclined towards Public Speaking and thereby strengthen and refine their skills.
- Additionally, when students use another language other than their mother tongue they are more likely to develop new and different ways of viewing and perceiving situations and individuals. Hence, it helps in broadening their vision.
Dr Preeti Sharma (Convenor)
Contact: 9828185812/ 7849826037
Dr Mohita Chaturvedi Sharma
Dr Tina Singh Bhadoria
Dr Rekha Prajapat
Ms Priyanka Sharma
Ms Jahanvi Singh
( Student Coordinator )
Major Activities Conducted
The Club organises myriad activities including Extempore, Debates, JAM sessions, Role Plays and similar activities throughout the year. The activities are organised at both Inter and Intra Collegiate level. The major activities conducted in previous academic sessions are as follows:
- The Club organises “Ice- Breaking” sessions at the beginning of the academic year. The purpose of such interactions is to build rapport among students and to give them the confidence to express themselves confidently.
- Just a Minute (JAM) competitions are also organised where students are given 60 seconds to speak on a topic provided on the spot. Such activities are helpful in developing vocabulary and also develop quick thinking skills.
- The club also organises workshops for students on Communication skills, Anchoring, Public Speaking skills and other activities related to spoken and communicative English.
- The Club also organises Inter Collegiate Debate Competition as a part of Annual Youth Festival, “ Kasturi” in which students from different Institutes throughout the country participate.
- During Pandemic, the Club shifted on Virtual Mode and conducted Inter College Elocution Competition and virtual Declamation competition as well. The winners were felicitated for their performance with certificates.
- The Club also organised a Virtual Declamation competition to commemorate the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti . The event was a national level contest in which 15 students of various colleges from Delhi, Faridabad and Jaipur participated. The topic for the contest was ‘Gandhi and Shastri : Epitomes of integrity in India’. The winners were facilitated for outstanding performances.
List of activities conducted in current year
Abhivyakti Club is inclined to promote the overall development of the students. During Pandemic, the Club organised various activities on a virtual mode in order to ensure the students do not miss out on any opportunity to learn and grow.
- A workshop on public speaking was organised in the month of September. The workshop was an opportunity for students to strengthen their knowledge and understanding of public speaking and presentation skills. The training was delivered by Mr Gaurav Maheshwari, who is the Associate Vice President – Learning and Development, at J.P.Morgan. The Question & Answer session at the end made the workshop even more interactive.
- In these tough times, it is imperative to provide new and innovative opportunities to keep the thrill and throb alive in the students and keep them engaged in productive learning. The club endeavoured to take a step forth to organise an interactive session with the fresh new faces to bridge the communication gap in this pandemic, by executing the event in person. The session of JAM (Just A Minute) was organised to have a peek on the oratory skills of the students on 8th December 2021. The participants included the members of the club, who enthusiastically participated for the same and brought out the best of their narration skills on the designated topics.