National Level Speech Competition
In connection with the Indian Independence Day 2021,and in collaboration with the Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav, a Speech Competition was organised by the Hindi Association of St.Teresa’s College(Autonomous)in support with the Christ Nagar College of Maranalloor. The title of the National level speech competition associated with independence day was The 3 challenges facing Independent India on the path of progress. The students were requested to send the entry in the form of a recorded video that suggested the time limit of 5 minute duration at the site [email protected] along with their Full name, name of the College, and contact number. And same as the time limit the students were allotted a deadline on 22.08.2021.
India will celebrate its 75th year of independence on 15th August. Like every year the tricolour will be unfurled from the Red Fort, Old Delhi by the prime minister of India. Independence is a to pay tribute and remember all the freedom fighters who fought for the Independence of the country. On August 15, 1947, India was declared independence from the British colonialism of more than 200 years. The struggle for freedom of India from the British rule lasted for ever 90 years from 1857 to 1947 witnessing the sacrifice of many brave hearts who laid down there lives for the freedom of their country and people. The independence day celebration is marked throughout the country with Indian flag-hosting ceremonies, drills and singing of the Indian national anthem .
It was on this day in 1947 that our country broke the shackles of foreign domination and rose to become an independent nation on the world map. The country has made remarkable progress in all social, economic and political spheres and has achieved great heights in the fields of agriculture, aerospace, textiles and industry, construction etc. With a population of over 1.25 billion, India is the second most populous country and one of the fastest growing economies in the world. However, there are still many challenges that hinder India’s progress towards development and development.
In the competition Ms. Meenakshi Manoj (S.H College Thevara) was awarded with First Prize. The competition ended in bringing out the best of the perspectives in students about the challenges in the way Independent India’s progress and suggesting its respective remedial measures. In a situation where we can not celebrate independence day in public like every year because of covid. In this cause, we rely on online platforms, which have gives us new opportunities.