24-APR-2019: AMU students represent India in Debating at the 12th South Asian Universities Festival
Aligarh, April 24: In an exemplary example of trend paradigm setting, Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) students, Ansab Amir Khan (B.Tech Mechanical Engineering) and Rabia Omar (MSc Physics) represented India in Debating at the 12th South Asian Universities Festival, held at Pt Ravishankar Prasad Shukla University, Raipur where they spoke for and against the motion, "This house believes that Gandhian Philosophy for World Peace is more relevant for South Asian Countries."
The programme, which was held under the aegis of Association of Indian Universities (AIU) had participations from the universities of Maldives, Nepal, Mauritius, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, and Myanmar. The Chhattisgarh Chief Minister, Mr Bhupesh Baghel inaugurated the festival.
Ansab and Rabia were selected to represent India after winning the National Youth Fest held at Ranchi, where they defeated university debating teams from the north, south, east, west and central zones.
"We have juggled our debating skills and studies with the aim of bringing more laurels to the Country and alma mater," said Ansab and Rabia.
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