Parola – The Literary Hub of Jaypee Institute of Information Technology Organises A Successful Joust’19

With 9 events in the span of two days, we explored a plethora of literary activities. With over 450 participants from colleges across India, The Joust culminated as the convergence of the most esteemed literary enthusiasts.

  1. National Integration Council: It discussed various causes that bring inequalities and marginalize certain sections of society. The delegates also discussed various solutions to integrate the country into a cohesive society.
  2. United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organisation: It discussed ways to curb the barriers to educate the refugee population and find feasible solutions for mitigating the refugee crisis.
  3. International Organisation for Migration: It discussed the problems faced by environmental migrants who migrate due to extreme climatic changes.
  4. Penned: It was a creative writing competition that challenged the participants to use their imaginative brain to come with new characters of already existing TV Series or books, and also change the climax of the most entertaining scenes.
  5. Inquizitive:The quiz challenged young minds of their capability to keep up with the world of science, sports, government, Hollywood etc.
  6. Tarksangram: A Multi-format Hindi Debate had rational topics and opinions were discussed. Apart from this, both arguments contained one major aspect of social media influence on society. It was hence a very resourceful event.
  7. Cerebrate:  An English conventional debate discussed how slacktivism has become the force of change and many mind boggling constructives were made hence making this event very interesting.
  8. Press: It covered all the intricate details that happened in these 9 events in the duration of two days. The photographers covered the event extensively and many great photos came out of it.
  9. Verses:  A slam poetry event hard poems that ignited a fire and made us question the things around us. Beautifully spoken poems that remained with us forever.
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