November 14, 2017     

Essay Competition in celebration of Children’s Day: Results Announced!!

 

In an effort to spread awareness about the importance of education and innovation amongst children, IP4Kids, a CSR Initiative of S.S. Rana & Co., organized an Essay Competition on Children’s Day on the theme, "Education and Innovation: Towards a better India"

 

Young minds were encouraged to focus on the theme of Children’s Day, and hence were free to write on topics related to –

  1. Favorite Scientist

  2. Favorite Innovation

  3. Importance of Education

  4. Right to Education

The winners of the Competition are –

 

Category:I

 

Class : V - VIII

  1. Souptik Banerjee, who wrote on the essay titled, "My favorite scientist"

  2. Adith Nambiar, who wrote on the essay titled, " Importance of Education"

  3. Ayush Chouhan, who wrote on the essay titled, "Education and innovation towards a better India"

Category:II

 

Class: IX - XII

  1. Adrika Mishra, who wrote on the essay titled, "Importance of Education"

  2. Prince Singh, who wrote on the essay titled, " Education and Innovation: Towards better India"

  3. Ravish Kumar, who wrote on the essay titled, "Importance of Education"

Heartiest Congratulations on behalf of IP4Kids and S.S. Rana & Co. to the winners in Category I and Category II who win case prizes. 

 

All participants shall receive a participation certificate from the firm.

 

We look forward to further such participation in the future.

 

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