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The storytelling competition hosted by ASM evoked an enthusiastic response



The Apeejay School of Management (ASM) recently organised Tell-A-Tale, a virtual story-telling competition for undergraduate students. The event saw participation from students from various colleges across the country who presented stories that have inspired a change in their lives. The competition was inaugurated by Mr. O.P. Khanduja, Executive Director, ASM.

Prakash Kumar Singh, a student at the Trinity Institute of Innovation in Professional Studies won the first prize, while Ananya Dutta from Bharti College and Shivam Kalia, IIHMR won the second and third prizes respectively. The competition was judged by Dr. Pooja Baweja, Assistant Professor, Maitreyi College (University of Delhi) and Dr. Monika Arora, Associate Professor at ASM.

The jury selected the winners based on the quality, depth and enunciation of their stories. The results were announced by Professor Kamal Kishore, Dean, ASM. Organised by Dr. Shweta Jha, Associate Professor, ASM, the event concluded with a vote of thanks by Dr. Etinder Pal Singh, Director ASM.

“Storytelling has always been a mode to express emotions and convey meaning using words and expressions. At the event, students shared stories that have inspired them to become a better person. It was wonderful to hear from each of the participants a variety of inspiring stories as we look forward to organising many such events in future.”

-Professor Kamal Kishore, Dean, ASM 

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