Abhaysa Residential Public School Student tops national YoungBull$ Money Challenge 2009
Hyderabad: Akaash Deshmukh, student of Class 12 (Commerce) of Secunderabad based Abhyasa Residential Public School has bagged the first prize in the YoungBull$ Money Challenge 2009. He emerged first competing with schools from 13 states across India. Akash Deshmukh also won a cash prize of Rs.3000/-. Along with him, Priyank Bharat Shah and Sunil Bandi won consolation prizes.
In addition, their school Abhaysa Residential Public School has also been awarded as the Best School for its Contribution for Financial Literacy with a cash award of Rs.2000/- by YoungBull$ Education. Abhyasa has been a valuable partner with many organizations and always is praised for its commitment shown for her students’ overall development
YoungBull$ Money Challenge is a competitive exam conducted by Mumbai based Young Bulls Education which is into a project to educate the students on financial literacy. As a part of this programme, Young Bull education has conducted Money Challenge 2009 across classes 7 to 12. It is a simple objective type diagnostic test.
All Enrolled students for the exam are given a free work book. The workbook will give them a fine understanding about how money works. It contains the basic terms, definitions, concepts on which Money and the Finance markets function. It gives a healthy introduction to subjects like Banking, Finance, Investing etc.The workbook also has a set of model question papers with answers worked out. The YoungBull$ Money Challenge question papers are suitable for children following CBSE/ICSE/ISC and other various State board syllabi. special degree to study it.