Response to Pulwama tragedy

The members of the speak to change foundation met on the 16th of February at 230 pm at Classroom no 1, YMCA Hostel , Jai Singh Road to discuss the Pulwama tragedy  and the response of the foundation to the same. The members unanimously condemned the cowardly massacre and expressed their deep gratitude towards the members of the Indian Armed forces for keeping the country safe and observed a two minute silence to pay homage to those martyred in the tragedy. They urged the government to take all possible focused steps to both bring the people behind the massacre to justice and …

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Why should I learn to speak in public

This is by far the most commonly asked question. Most people think that the learning the skills which make one a good public speaker are necessary only for those that want to make a living as a speaker, or who have to address crowds, conduct trainings etc. We are interpreting the phrase “public speaking”  here, only in the meaning of making speeches whereas even if we interpret the term literally , it still means speaking to the public i.e. to more than one person. If you ask us except the most intimate personal conversations, every conversation is an act of …

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