Toastmasters Club

Competent Leader Award

Toastmasters International has awarded five students from our Club the Competent Leader award. Mr. Sreerag Rajendran, Mr. Athul T P, Mr. Dichin Sunder, Mr. Rahul Hirani and Mr. Revanth T are the students who have achieved this honor. This is the first time in SDMIMD’s history that 5 students have been presented this award.
 
In order to be awarded the Competent Leader Certificate, Toastmasters must complete 10 projects, each of which is evaluated by an experienced Toastmaster. These projects enable Toastmasters to take on leadership roles to learn and develop skills such as planning, motivating and managing. After successfully completing all the 10 projects, the candidate is recommended for the Competent Leadership award.

Majlis 2019-Divisional Meet

On March 23, 2019, SDMIMD hosted Majlis 2019, the annual meet of Toastmasters of Division M belonging to District 92. Division M comprises of 15 Toastmaster clubs from Mysore and Bangalore. This event featured International Speech Contest, Table Topics Contest and Evaluation Contest. Around 24 contestants participated and the winners will represent Division M during the Annual Conference of District 92, Coronation 2019 at Taj Vivanta, Bangalore on May 26th, 2019. Along with the contests, top 3 district leaders addressed the gathering followed by awards & recognition to high performing clubs and members. Around 100 Toastmasters attended the event.

Table Topics Contest

On March 11, we had the Table Topics Contest conducted by TM Kavitha, TM Himanshu and TM Ritesh. We had 8 participants and the winners are TM Revanth who secured the first place, TM Anuradha in the second place and TM Siddanth who secured the third place.

Leadership Training Program

On 10th February Toastmasters International conducted Leadership training programme for all the officers in Mysore area and this was a two-day orientation with a training session to help the budding leaders to come up with a plan of action for the present term. Each of the officers had the orientation in a separate forum. Post training there was an entertainment programme which involved a lot of learning with fun activities.