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Electro Extempore


·         Objective:

Ø  Promote Knowledge Sharing

Ø  Enhance Communication Skills

Ø  Develop Quick Thinking

Ø  Encourage Critical Thinking

Ø  Boost Confidence

·         Process:

Ø  Topics are related to various aspects of Electrical Engineering, such as circuits, power systems, electronics, electromagnetism, renewable energy, etc.

Ø  Participants randomly draw a topic from a pool of pre-determined topics.

Ø  After selecting a topic, participants are given 2-3 minutes to prepare their thoughts and structure their speech.

Ø  During this time, participants can jot down key points or an outline to guide their speech.

Ø  Each participant delivers a speech on their chosen topic for 3-5 minutes.

Ø  A warning bell is rung one minute before the end of the allotted time to help participants manage their time effectively.

Ø  After each speech, judges or the audience may ask one or two questions to the speaker.

Ø  This session tests the participant’s ability to think on their feet and provide coherent answers.

·         Impact:

Ø  Enhanced Communication Skills

Ø  Increased Knowledge and Awareness

Ø  Boosted Confidence

Ø  Improved Critical Thinking and Quick Decision- Making


  1. Good Activity, Keep Progressing

  2. Manjushree Jayant SalunkheJune 3, 2024 at 11:20 AM

    Very good experience 👍

  3. Ruturaj Annaso ChorkarJune 3, 2024 at 11:23 AM

    Good activity

  4. It was a very nice experience learning and exploring new things .

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  6. Very nice activity

  7. pratiksha Bapu RupnarJune 3, 2024 at 3:45 PM

    very nice activity

  8. Priyanka SuryawanshiJune 3, 2024 at 3:46 PM


  9. Amarja Santosh WaghmodeJune 3, 2024 at 3:49 PM

    Good activity

  10. shivani dhananjay pujariJune 3, 2024 at 3:50 PM

    excellent activity


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