In the Debate, Rakshit Mittal, Shivansh Khemka and Dhruv Mohite represented our school. The extempore topic in the first round for Mittal was – “Tragedy and Comedy of a Missed Call”. The turncoat topic for Khemka was – “This House believes Media is no more information and analysis but marketing and market”. The topic for the semi-final tag debate in which our team opposed was – “This House believes real Conversations are far more important than Digital Chats”. The topic for final parliamentary debate in which our team proposed was – “This House believes Eklavya still awaits an apology from Drona”. The topic for Block-and-Tackle was – “This House believes All Opinions are biased”.
Our school bagged the first position in the Debate and Rakshit Mittal was adjudged the Best Speaker – Finals. Birlites left their mark in Blissful Benevolence bagging the 2nd position in the Poster-Making as well. BKBCE students also caught attention of the audience both in Quiz and Group Dance with their spectacular performance.Meanwhile, Rakshit Mittal brought another laurel home with him being judged as the best extempore speaker at the SIS Confluence Debate.