Hello English’s Public Speaking Series Grand Finale

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Confident communication and the ability to engage an audience are skills that have become critical in the 21st century. Yet, the fear of public speaking or glossophobia is known to impact almost 75% of the population.
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In an attempt to change this, specifically for young, budding minds, Asia’s largest English learning app – Hello English created a 5 week program in association with top educators including Hello English founders Nishant and Pranshu Patni and TED Speaker coach-Ajit Sharma.
Public Speaking Workshop
The series covered all aspects of public speaking including crafting powerful speeches, delivery methods, voice training, confidence building, writing techniques, impromptu speaking and more. A grand finale of the series was held on January 26th, at the Indralok Auditorium where 48 students presented their final speeches.
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The audience of over 150 people witnessed these students, aged 9-14, putting forward powerful ideas on themes like climate change, women empowerment, pollution, Indian education system, life on other planets, the role of sports in life, and many more.
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Dr. Jayshree Periwal and IAS Kiran Soni Gupta were present as the guest of honour.
Dr. Jayshree Periwal
Dr. Jayshree Periwal congratulated the Hello English team and commented that a platform like this and skills like public speaking were much needed in the city of Jaipur.
The audience was left spell bound by the confidence, creativity and grit of the speakers.

A young student, Ariana Agarwal shared that before the program public speaking was one of her biggest fears, but now she has realized that it was actually a hidden talent in her that this program helped bring out and hone. Ariana presented a very compelling speech on becoming the Prime Minister for a day.
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48 Young students showcase their Public Speaking talent at Hello English’s Public Speaking Series’ Grand Finale & all students received certificates at the end.

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