Master Orator Championship Season 3 - MOC 2018 is back.
Master Orator Championship is a hunt for the best orator in the college circuit of the two states of Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Nagpur and Raipur cities. The students are sieved through multiple rounds of selection starting from qualifiers to the finale where 10 contestants across colleges deliver 5 to 7 minute speeches that are mentored and evaluated by a panel of experienced Toastmasters.
Miss you a lot Leo, it's not fair to leave us so early. A friend, a spirited leader, and a staunch supporter and believer in the concept of Master Orator Championship (MOC). It's a great loss to toastmasters and in particpular to MOC. We wish that your dream of taking the MOC to the entire District 98 will surely become a reality soon. We will make Season 3 of MOC a huge success as you wished. With a heavy heart, we bid you farewell, good bye Leo. RIP - Team MOC
Toastmasters International is a non-profit educational organization, and is a world leader in Communication and Leadership development. There are more than 3.3 lakh members across the world in about 15,400 clubs in 135 countries. The sole mission is to empower individuals to become more effective communicators and leaders, and improve their public speaking skills through experiential learning. With one of the best supportive and positive learning experiences, these Toastmasters see a definite increase in their self-confidence and positive impact on their personal growth.
Toastmasters International has always believed and upheld four crucial values: Integrity, Respect, Service, Excellence
In India as well, Toastmasters has a huge presence. Toastmasters belonging to the regions of Telangana, Andhra Pradesh and the city of Nagpur together form the Divisions E, F and H of District 98. With around 60 (corporate, community and college) clubs, it stands with a membership of over 1000 Toastmasters in the fraternity.
Find out more about the happenings in the Toastmasters community of Division E, F and H and District 98,
District 98: http://en.d98tm.in/
Toastmaters International: http://www.toastmasters.org/
About Master Orator Championship:
Master Orator Championship is a hunt for the best orator in the college circuit of the two states of Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Nagpur and Raipur. The students are sieved through multiple rounds of selection starting from qualifiers to the finale where 10 contestants from across colleges deliver 5 to 7 minute speeches that are mentored and evaluated by a panel of experienced Toastmasters.
Millions of students churned out from colleges every year are not entirely equipped to face the global competition prevailing today in terms of communicative competence. To cater to this need, Master Orator Championship attempts to cultivate and nurture their thirst to excel in oratory skills.
MOC is open to all students with a valid college ID and an enrolment number between the age groups of 18 to 24 years.
Why should you Register?
This contest of MOC will provide you a unique platform to showcase your oratory skills in front of the world. Apart from this, you get to meet with several Toastmasters, who constantly put an effort to improve their communication and leadership skills, and build your own network across the Toastmasters community of AP, Telangana, Nagpur and Raipur, and beyond your college community.
So enroll yourself for this Championship contest at the earliest and show your oratory skills to the world, if you feel that:
The championship is a carefully selected blend of off-stage and on-stage competitions for the contestants where their oratory skills are tested right through the process.
Following is the Filter funnel:
Applications >>> Qualifiers >>> Semi-Finals >>> Finals
The Grand Finale (Crowning Ceremony) is scheduled for 13th Aug, 2017.
The Key Dates:
Applications Open: 25th May, 2017
Applications Close: 10th July, 2017
Qualifiers: 15th, 16th, 22nd, 23rd July, 2017
Semi Finals: 29th – 30th July, 2017
Finale: 13th August, 2017
The venues for the above contests will be announced in due course.
First Runner Up
a. The title 'Master Orator Champion - 2017'.
a. An Apple Laptop
b. Trophy and Certificate
c. Host of other goodies
a. An iPad
b. Trophy and Certificate
c. Host of other goodies
Submit your query here...
* If there are any failed transactions at the time of registration in meraevents.com, please take a screenshot of your failed transaction, and mail it to us at email@example.com, along with your name, mobile number, college name and student ID.
Catch MOC 2016 participant Asif in action as he promotes Master Orator Championship in Kurnool!
We thank you for utilizing your experience in MOC 2016 as a story to inspire other people!
Here is the team in action promoting MOC at a Press Meet in Hyderabad's Press Club!
Cheer them on!
When a leader works, his team works.
But when a team of leaders work, they make their dream work!!
And this happened in the Toastmasters Division Leadership Summit on 12th of June'17 which recognized and celebrated the work of the leaders of this term.
The occasion witnessed their coming together with the future leaders and the moment was no less than perfect to unveil the poster of MASTER ORATOR CHAMPIONSHIP 2017!
Have a glimpse of that special moment when their dream of launching *MOC Season 2*, came true!
Support pouring in from everywhere. We thank the DCP of Hyderabad Traffic Police Mr. LS Chauhan for his support towards MOC 2017!
Have a look at the team from VVIT Guntur who personally visited several colleges in the area to spread the word about MOC.
We are privileged to have the support of this enthusiastic lot!
A press meet was also organised in Kurnool yesterday to promote MOC.
We thank the Kurnool team for their continued efforts towards making MOC much bigger this year!
Film director, music director, screenwriter, dialogue writer, actor, television presenter and someone who is loved by many. Here is none other than Srinivas Avasarala showing his support towards Master Orator Championship 2017!
Being into speaking and writing himself, he feels that it is of utmost importance to polish these skills for an all-round development.
We extend our sincere thanks to him for the support.
To be eligible to compete for the title of Master Orator:
Grand Finale: September 2nd (Hyderabad)
Timing will begin with the contestant’s first definite verbal or non-verbal communication with the audience. This can either be the first word uttered by the contestant or can include any other verbal or non-verbal communication such as a sound or a movement.
Once the contestant is on the dais, 10 seconds grace period will be given to start the speech. If the contestant does not start the speech in the time, timer shall start timing the speech.
The signalling device (Timer Flags – Green, Yellow and Red) will be in full view of each contestant.
Speeches shall be for two to three minutes. A contestant will be disqualified if the speech is less than two minutes or more than three minutes thirty seconds.
a) The GREEN signal will be displayed at the end of two minutes and remains displayed for 30 seconds.
b) The YELLOW signal will be displayed at the end of two minutes and 30 seconds and remains displayed for 30 seconds.
c) The RED signal will be displayed at the end of three minutes and remains displayed until the speech is concluded. Thirty seconds grace time is given to conclude the speech, crossing which the contestant will be disqualified.
d) No signal will be given to the contestant for going over time (but disqualification will be made based on the total speech time taken by the contestant at that level).
Semi-Finals and Finale
Speeches shall be from five to seven minutes. A contestant will be disqualified if the speech is less than four minutes and 30 seconds or more than seven minutes and thirty seconds.
a) The GREEN signal will be displayed at the end of fine minutes and remains displayed for 30 seconds.
b) The YELLOW signal will be displayed at the end of six minutes and remains displayed for 30 seconds.
c) The RED signal will be displayed at the end of seven minutes and remains displayed until the speech is concluded. Thirty seconds grace time is given to conclude the speech, crossing which the contestant will be disqualified.
d) No signal will be given to the contestant for going over time (but disqualification will be made based on the total speech time of the contestant at that level).