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Achievements - CO-scholastic

2018 - 2019

Times Spark – READ TO LEAD

Times Spark, an initiative by Times of India, encourages students of Grades 9-12 to develop reading, thus helping them understand better about society and environment. Held from September 2017 to January 2018, it involved an online test and an interview to assess the participants’ understanding about various subjects like current affairs, science & technology, sports, politics, social issues, etc. The following students managed to confidently express their perspectives aided by their excellent reading habits and emerged winners after the two rounds. They were awarded cash prizes between Rs 1,00,000-2,00,000 as scholarships under the READ TO LEAD programme.

Shatakshi Sarangi
12 B

Bharath Shankar
11 A

Ruhi Mitra
10 A

2017 - 2018

Aditi Varshini Chandra

An avid debater, Aditi Varshini Chandra, Grade X was one of the 10 best speakers at the interschool Parliamentary debate conducted by National Law School of India, Bangalore. After a 2-day workshop conducted by the Indian Schools Debating Society, Aditi emerged winner at the regional level, following which she was sent to Chennai to train for the Nationals in Jan 2018. After many grueling rounds of competition spread over 5 days with 54 of the finest debaters from across the country, Aditi was one of the 10 best selected to be a part of the Indian Debating Squad and will be travelling to Singapore in the 1st week of April to compete for the renowned Oldham Cup!

Co-Scholastic Achievements 2017-2018
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