All Nepal Table Topics Speech & International Speech contests finale was held with District 41 Parliamentarian Distinguished Toastmaster (DTM) Pinaki Das from India as the Chief Judge. Guest Speaker Megastar Rajesh Hamal awed the audience with his eloquent speech
Toastmasters in Nepal held its Table Topics Speech and International Speech Contest on April 27, 2019 (Saturday) at Rato Bangala School, Lalitpur from 2pm to 6 pm. The program was attended by more than 150 members from 16 different clubs in Nepal. These members were corporates, bankers, business personalities, educators, tourism entrepreneurs, executives, consultants, chartered accountants, media personalities, working professionals to young students from colleges.
Rajesh Hamal, one of the most reputed public figures, as a guest speaker. Hamal blew the crowd with an eloquent speech explaining his journey and important learning.
The contest had winners from three different areas (Toastmasters clubs are grouped to form an area) battled in the final round of Table Topics Speech and International Speech Contest, the Chief Judge for which was Distinguished Toastmaster (DTM) Pinaki Das from Noida, India.
The winner of Table Topics Speech Contest was Toastmaster Kritisha Prajapati and Humorous Speech Contest was Toastmaster Alfa Maiya Shakya. Both the winners will proceed to the district level contests to be held in the month of May in Kolkata, India.
The winner of the International Speech Contest at the district will further proceed to the region and International levels. All of these contests are organized as per the guidelines prescribed by Toastmasters International.
1st Toastmaster Kritisha Prajapati
2nd Toastmaster Niladri Parial
3rd Toastmaster Shreya Ghimire
International Speech Contest
1st Toastmaster Alfa Maiya Shakya
2nd Toastmaster Raushan Kumar Jaiswal
3rd Toastmaster KusumLal Shrestha
Toastmasters movement in Nepal is in growing trend, with 16 chartered clubs, more than 500 members and many clubs in pipeline.
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