Jagran Lakecity University has set the benchmark for conducting activities in such a way that the students not only enjoy but also learn a great deal from it. With the same perspective in view, the University witnessed Great Britain debate competition 2017 on 16th January for the students on the most debatable topic "Demonetisation". The representatives from various institutes and universities spoke vehemently on the issue and came up with their perspective regarding the same. They cited reasons and supported them with suitable examples from real life, to justify their stand.

The judges for the day, Dr Vinay Joshi (HOD School of Commerce Economics JLU), Dr Mukesh Chaurasia (Director Dept of Management LNCT), Dr Rolli Khare (Asst Prof. School of Humanities JLU )and Dr Kalpana Malik (Prof. dept of economics IEHE )were deeply engrossed in the ideas of the students, In order to reach a concrete conclusion the final round was held to decide the winners of the competition which was judged by Prof Dr Anoop Swaroop Vice Chancellor JLU, prof Dr C A Gurudutt Dean Academics JLU & Prof Dr H. S Yadav.

They adjudged Shreya Pandey and Ramsha Ansari from Inst of Excellence and Higher Education as first and Himanshu Saxena and Uddhav Yadav of Jagran Lakecity University as second. Speaking on the occasion Mr Abhishek Mohan Gupta CEO,Jagran Lakecity University appreciated this innovative topic which are so socially, politically and economically relevant and Prof Dr Vivek Khare (Director SOCE,SOBF and Dean Student Welfare) praised Mr Yash Mehra Senior Advisor M.P British High Commission for his contribution and support in the success of the event.

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