Speech events play a key role in developing skills that enable clear thinking and public speaking. By preparing and giving a 3 to 5 minute speech in Hindi, the participants learn skills that help gain better grip on the national language. Also, they gain knowledge on various subjects, enhance self-esteem and earn recognition.
Some good topics for Hindi speech are:
Gantantra Diwas/Republic Day
Swatantra Diwas/ Independence Day
Bal Mazdoori/Child Labour
Desh Bhakti/ Patriotism
Samaaj Mei Naari ka Sthaan/ Women’s Social Status
Dahej Pratha/ Dowry system
Rashtriya Bhasha ka Mahatva/ Importance of Our National Language
Badhte Ayaat Ke Desh par Dushprabhaav/ Ill effects of increasing imports on the country
Reminds me of Chattur`s speech in 3 Idiots! What Hindi did to him :D
The best speech topics are the ones that are relevant to the occasion or the contemporary scene in the country at that time. Otherwise you can always go for the usual subjects like – Baal Shram, Baal Vivah, Mahila Uththan, Desh Prem, Badhati Menhgai, Vidya Ka Mahatva, Mere Jeevan Ka Lakshya, Hamari Matri Bhasha etc.
Stages of a healthy relationship
Qualities of a good friend
Friendship and love
My best friend
My first crush
How to impress people?
Signs of a controlling relationship
Importance of Education
College textbooks should be loaned to needy students for free
Eating fast food
What do I like about myself? or What do I hate about myself?
How to take decisions?
What do I like most about most about the college?
What is leadership?
Usually such home works are like short essays and all you need to do is to come up with ten lines that describe the major facts related to crows.
The common crow (Corvus brachyrhynchos) is approximately 20 - 30 cm long, with a wingspan double that.
Crows are generally black, with black beak and legs, but they can also be black with white, gray, or brown coloring.
Crows range all over India, and some species or another can be found just about anywhere. They thrive in forests, woodlands, across plains and farmers` fields, and throughout urban areas.
They are migratory, and will assemble in large flocks in the fall, to travel south.
Crows nests are bulky structures built in trees or bushes. They are made of twigs, lined with bark, grasses, and rootlets.The female crow lays 4-7 eggs in the nest, and the male helps incubate them. These eggs are greenish or bluish, and blotched with brown.Once hatched, the young remain in the nest 6 - 8 weeks, and in their early life they eat almost half of their weight per day in food, which the parents bring to them.Crows are omnivorous - they will eat anything edible, and many things which aren`t. Their regular diet includes animal and vegetable matter, insects, crops (especially corn), and occasionally the eggs or young of other birds.They eat a number of pests which are harmful to those same crops, including cutworms, wireworms, grasshoppers and even noxious weeds.