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Third Notice-Founders’ Day Dignity of Man Debate

THIRD NOTICE – FOUNDERS’ DAY DIGNITY OF MAN DEBATE

 

In view of the public holidays observed on Monday, September 12 and Tuesday, September 13, 2016 to mark the Eid – El – Kabir, the closing date for submission of entries is hereby extended by one week.

 

THE NEW CLOSING DATE IS NOW MIDNIGHT, SEPTEMBER 21, 2016

 

For the avoidance of doubt, the earlier notices 1 and 2 on the DIGNITY OF MAN DEBATE are hereby annexed for ease of reference.

 

Thanks.

 

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 NOTICE 1.

 

Call for Entries to Founder’s Day SCHOOL DEBATE Celebration

 

As part of the activities marking the UNN Founder’s Day (56th), the Senate Ceremonials Committee will host a SCHOOL DEBATE on Thursday, October 06, 2016 – day time.

 

Details on the TOPIC for the Debate will be released shortly

 

Six students – three (3) aside (FOR or AGAINST) will speak on the topic.

 

You are by this, requested to advertise this message to the students using your SUG platform.

 

Interested students should forward their profile to: pro.unn@unn.edu.ng on or before Friday, September 30, 2016. Prospective students shortlisted will be notified accordingly.

 

The format should include the following details:

NAME
DEPARTMENT

FACULTY

REG NO

ADDRESS
PHONE
EMAIL-
STATE WHY YOU ARE INTERESTED IN THE DEBATE

GIVE A BRIEF RESUME OF YOURSELF

Thanks as you apply.

 

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NOTICE2

SECOND NOTICE

 

DIGNITY OF MAN DEBATE–56th Founders’ Day Celebration

Aplications are invited from Students who may wish to participate in this year’s Founders’ Day Dignity of Man Debate which event comes up on Wednesday October 5, 2016. Applicants are to conform with the requested personal data as stated in the ealier notice of 6/9/2016.

 

In line with the growing interest in the British Parliamentary Debate System, this year’s Debate will follow that format and adopt the following strategies:

 

  1. Topics for the debate will be randomly picked from a pool in sittu. The topics will generally cover global issues.
  2. Interested students should constitute themselves into teams, and apply as such.
  3. Each team shall comprise 2 persons and there would be four teams at each session from the preliminaries to the finals.
  4. PLEASE NOTE THAT THE NEW DATE FOR THE SUBMISSION OF APPLICATIONS FOR SCREENING  AS STATED IN THE EARLIER NOTICE HAS CHANGED.ENTRIES CLOSE 12 MIDNIGHT ON WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 14, 2016.

Good luck to ALL as you apply.

 

 

 

Okwun Omeaku – Chief

Ag. PRO