English Vocabulary Contest for 5,6,7 and 8th class private schools students
Hyderabad, June 22: The Atlanta Foundation, a non-profit organisation is conducting a English Vocabulary Contest – Learnasium Open Vocab Contest Monsoon Edition – 2013–to support the education of underprivileged students. The contest will be held in various stages, culminating in a Government V/S Private finale. Registrations are invited from 5, 6, 7, & 8 standard students from Private Schools in the twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad.
This is a unique contest for Government school students and Private School students.
This contest provides a platform to learn and improve your English vocabulary with the finest learning resources, learn new English words in a fun way, and compete with the Best Talents in the city. Win attractive cash prizes and a Trophy. The Winner will get Rs 50,000, 1st Runner Up Rs 25,000 and 2nd Runner Up Rs 10,000/- Individual Champion wins Cash Prizes and the Winning Trophy. School of the Champion wins the Rolling Trophy for the Season Winning School. If the School wins the Rolling Trophy three times consecutively, the Trophy remains with them forever.
The 2 month Contest which includes Qualified Round, Written Test, Knockout Round will culminate into the finals which will be held and hosted by Mahindra Satyam in their world-class auditorium on August 30, 2013.
The Contest was first conducted in 2011 with 25 schools. Subsequently 1000 students participated in its second edition. Deepika, a 5th grade student of Anjaiah Nagar Government Primary School emerged victorious in a competition for Government and Private School students last year. This proved that with the right training and resources, students from government schools can also perform to high standards in English as any other student from the private school.
The Atlanta Foundation funds the education program for school students in a unique way. The Foundation, along with prominent industry forums namely NASSCOM, ITsAP, TiE, FICCI and AMCHAM has been organising India’s biggest corporate cycling events–The Republic Ride and The Freedom Ride for 5 years now. Thanks to the funds brought in by these rides, the Foundation is training a few government school students in English Vocabulary. This is how India’s biggest corporate cycling events are truly changing the lives of students through education said Mr. Deenanath Harapanahalli, Founder of Atlanta Foundation.
For more information on English Vocabulary Contest and registration, contact Atlanta Foundation on landline: 23544284, mobile: 7207403338.