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    Posted On 16 August 2020

    Unity College joined the AMU Centenary Celebrations and registered for the International Debate Competition scheduled to be held on the occasion of Independence Day. In view of the large turnout, the elimination round was held on 13 August. Total six students, four from Unity College MorningShift and two from the II shift participated in the extempore with full conviction and commitment. Each got a different topic to put forth his/her view in two minutes: Unity College Morning Shift • Andleeb Rizvi (XII A) – Is television good or bad for children • Syed Ali Jibran (XII B) – Role of teacher in your life • Anamta Nasir (XII A) – 21st century and new life style • Areeba Abbas (XII A) – Role of teacher in your life Unity College II Shift • Alisha Fatima (XII) – Should Beauty Pageants Be Banned • Azra Fatima (XI) - Role of teacher in your life The budding orators spoke eloquently and impressively with a keen eye on the selection to be announced on 14th August. They were grateful to have got an access to the prestigious forum of AMU Old Boy’s Association. The aim of organizing such a debate was to boost positivity among children amidst the looming negativity of the Covid cloud. So did the topic read ‘Has Covid-19 Brought New Opportunities Too?’ The Judges for the debate were some highly acclaimed and outstanding personalities. Mr. Jayant Krishna-Group CEO – UK India Business Council, Dr. Farah Usmani-Dy. Director – UNFPA, New York & Mr. Ali Khan Mahmudabad – Asst. Professor Ashoka University. The final round on the Independence Day brought laurels to the College. Azra Fatima of Unity College II Shift bagged the 2nd Runner Up position with a cash prize of Rs. 2000/- while Anamta Nasir from the Morning Shift bagged the 1st Consolation prize. Principal Mr. Francis Castelino appreciated the visionary approach of the Old Boys’ Association for providing a wide platform of constructive ideas and sensitivity amidst the dark clouds of the pandemic. College Secretary, Mr. Najmul Hasan Rizvi, Jt. Secretary, Dr. M. Talha and the Principal applauded the winners and motivated all the participants. It was indeed a learning experience and a tough fight.