Anti-ragging NGO launches open mic competition for UG, PG students

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The anti-ragging non-profit, Society Against Violence in Education (SAVE), has started an inter-college open mic competition for undergraduate and postgraduate students in India as a new twist on the government’s “Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav” celebrations. Speaking on the subject of liberation from ragging, or “Ragging Se Azadi,” will be required of the pupils. The prizes for first place are Rs. 10,000, second place is Rs. 6,000, and third place is Rs. 4,000. Along with e-certificates for every participant, there is also a unique viewer choice award given to the video that receives the most likes.

An applicant must film a three-minute uncut video of their speech on the chosen topic in order to register. The video might be in Hindi or English, depending on the candidate. Once the URL to the film has been accepted by the administration, the applicant can enter it into the online registration form. The applicant will then be requested to publish the video on SAVE’s Facebook group: mail.no2ragging. Applicants who do not have Facebook accounts must upload the movie to Google Drive and then share the link in the registration form. The video will be judged by the panel of experts no later than September 15 at 11:59 p.m.

For fifteen years, SAVE has actively opposed ragging and violence in educational settings. To end violence and abuse of freshmen, the organisation has been running awareness campaigns, seminars, interactive sessions, competitive events, lectures, and brief presentations on campuses, mostly with hostels.

Mayank Tewari


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