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Participants Students from classes 9th to 12th astounded their peers and audience in an extempore competition today. Judged by Ms. Rinchen Angmo, Assistant Professor at EJM College, and literary committee members, the event showcased impressive oratory skills.

Jamyang claimed first place with 55 points, closely followed by Jampa with 53 points. Thukjey secured third with 47 points, while Chakdor made a commendable effort.


Individual highlights included Jigmet Norbu Tsering from class 10D Jampa house, claimed first place who scored 19 points, and Stanzin Deachen as claimed second place from 9th C Chakdor House, with 17 points followed by Pragya Gupta securing third from 10th D Jampa with 16 points.

Ms. Rinchen Angmo encouraged future participation, stating that stepping on stage is half the victory. An open mic session capped off the event, with students from the audience delivering excellent speeches, enriching the experience.

The competition showcased exceptional talent and creativity, leaving a lasting impression on all in attendance.





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