Senior boys of DPS Modern Indian School (DPS-MIS) topped the Qatar School Debate League-I for Boys, which was hosted online via Discord recently.
As many as 96 speakers, 32 teams and 27 different institutions from all over Qatar participated enthusiastically.
DPS-MIS team – Aarav Bedi, Sparch Choudhary, and Sajish Varghese – topped the tournament followed by the team of Jaefar Shameem, Azhar Mohamed, Aryan Dubey in the second position.
Pratyush, Aritra Ghosh, Vidit Dalal came third. In the individual category as well, top positions were secured by DPS-MIS debaters.
Jaefer and Sparsh were tied at the top spot followed by Pratyush in third, Azhar, Aaarav, Vidit, Sajish and Aritra in seventh and Aryan in 15th position.
The tournament consisted of three rounds ranging from topics related to the ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement to ‘Energy Conservation’ and ‘Pooling Donation from Charities’.
The three motions gave a deep insight and understanding of the burning issues of the world.
All in all, it was a fun-filled and enriching experience for everyone. “The tournament definitely helped the debaters enhance their experience in the field of debate”, said Asna Nafees, DPS-MIS principal.
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