GDProJunior 2016 of MREI Experiences Prodigious Success

HTCampus Expert updated on : 10 Aug 2016

More than 6000 participants had participants in the GDProJunior 2016 of Manav Rachna Educational Institutions (MREI).

Manav Rachna Educational Institutions (MREI) successfully hosted its premier Group Discussion Event  GDPro Junior 2016 with the Prelims and Quarterfinals for Haryana region and witnessed copious success.
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More than 6,000 school scholars were expected to participate in this premier event held between August 1-6, 2016. The first day at Manav Rachna International School, Eros Charmwood witnessed over 1500 students from 25 Schools participating with great gusto at the event.
GDPro Junior 2016 intended to assess and enhance the presence of mind, analytical skills, teamwork, innovation, subject knowledge, leadership skills and most importantly applied communication skills. The competition was open for students from class VIII to XII.
Following the legacy of previous group discussion events at Manav Rachna, which witnessed a huge participation and positive response such as GD MANIA-2013, GD Pro – 2014, GD Pro – 2015, covering more than 30 educational institutions and about 6000 participants in the past, the 6 days event GDPro Junior 2016 witnessed more than 6000 participants all over the country. The Event was based on a simple motto-‘You Cannot Fail without your consent. You cannot succeed without your participation’.
On the very first day, there was unbridled enthusiasm at the event as students engaged in Group Discussions on myriad topics such as ‘Private Tuitions is Bad or Not’ ; ‘Languages are Dying’; ‘Gender Equality: A Reality or Eye Wash’, ‘Innovation is the Need of Science’, among others.  
The day was graced by Dr Sanjay Srivastava, Managing Director, MREI and VC, Manav Rachna University as Chief Guest who emphasised ad praised the effort of the event to uplift the North India’s students for the competitive world of academics and enhancing their career prospects in the corporate. Mr H.K. Batra also admired MREI to set a certain platform for the students to share their ideas on various topics.
The event recognized talent through attractive prizes worth INR 1,00,000; there was a bumper prize of an exotic excursion within India and gift hampers for semi-finalists along with participation certificates for all.
Source: Harshil Kumar Anand, HTCAmpus Specialist 

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