“It is better to debate a question without settling it than to settle a question without debating it.” Debate allows students to see the effectiveness of using rational, well-thought-out arguments and persuasive evidence in action. By participating in a debate, debaters can improve their presentation, analytical, communication, and note-taking skills well beyond what they could learn in any other situation. It teaches research, organisation, and arguing skills. The Bhawanipur Education Society College’s Department of Business Administration hosted a scintillating event, “Debate,” on November 20th, 2021, to cherish the reasoning and research skills of the participants. The event’s Emcee, Anusha Akbar, introduced the moderator, Professor Dr Suman Mukherjee, and described the rules and regulations of the competition. The participants’ basic skills, such as diction, content quality, composure, and voice modulation, were assessed. The topic was given to the attendees 24 hours before the event to conduct their research. There were ten ardent students in total, with five first-year speakers speaking against the motion and the other five second-year speakers speaking in favour. Each participant had 4+1 minutes to present their information on the topic “The role of professionals in Indian politics is superfluous.” Dr Suman Kumar Mukerjee, a graduate of St. Xavier’s College in Calcutta and a postgraduate of St. Stephen’s College, Delhi University, assessed the event competently and exemplarily. He has 42 years of teaching and research experience in India and abroad, including stints at IIT Delhi, St. Xavier’s College in Calcutta, and Delhi University Colleges. He has also received awards such as Fellow of the All India Management Association, Environmental Fellow of the USAEP (under USAID), Member of the Indo British Scholars Association, and Recipient of the Mother Teresa International Award for Excellence in Education in 2014. He is the author of “The E-Book Textbook.” All of the participants demonstrated their intellect with exuberance. Hiran Banerjee, a second-year student, was recognised for eloquently expressing his point of view with rhetorical grace and clarity. The audience was on the edge of their seats as the speakers presented their points of view. This Debate turned out to be a very stimulating one, as stated by the moderator, Professor Dr Suman K Mukerjee. As all the participants completed stating their facts for and against the motion, the moderator spoke about the crucial parts of the event. Dr Mukerjee appreciated specific points that the participants argued. He also laid down his opinions on the topic and stated his logical reasoning behind them. Lastly, he declared the winning team as well as the Best Speaker of the Debate. The team speaking against the motion took away the victory with their mesmerising skills to deliver a controversial topic. The team consisted of Disha Rupani, Inseeya H Kaukawala, Aditya Agarwal, Ada Bux and Chayan Dassani of First Semester. The award for the Best Speaker of the Debate went to Disha Rupani of the First Semester. Our honourable moderator awarded them Certificates of Merit. The Debate successfully came to an end, thanks to our Events Teacher Coordinator, Professor Kaushik Banerjee, and the Student Presidents Department of Business Administration, Madhav Mohta and Devjyoti Banerjee. The Event Committee Heads, Pratyasha Biswas and Khushi Soni, and the Event Sub-Committee Heads, Anusha Akbar and Jhanvi Khandadia, equally worked hard to conduct this Debate gracefully.