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RIC 2020 – Grand Finale Winners (Dated: 28th Sep 2020)

 

Our esteemed panel of judges

▶ Ms. Uttara Singh (Director, Shriram Millennium Schools, Delhi)

▶ Dr. Ramancharla Pradeep Kumar (Registrar & Professor, IIIT Hyderabad)

▶ Raj Panishetty (SVP, Sr. Technology Leader for a Financial Organization, New York)

RIC 2020 Winners:

  • Parth Banerjee;  Grade : 7; School : Bloom Public School, Vasant Kunj, Delhi; Category : 5 – 7th Grade
  • Ashwin Shridhar; Grade : 9; School : Vidyashilp Academy, Bangalore, Karnataka; Category : 8 – 10th Grade
  • Zahra Shaikh; Grade : Grade: 12; School : Marias’s Public School (MPS), Narengi, Guwahati, Assam; Category : 11 – 12th Grade

Congratulations to all the winners!!

A big thank you once again to the esteemed judges, our media partners WION TV, all the participants, school teachers, school authorities, media personnel, TEAM RIC for all their efforts and support in making this event a huge success. Reiterating, all participants are winners in their own way. This is a celebration more than a competition!

*WATCH OUT FOR THE 3 EPISODE RIC 2020 TELESERIES STARTING FROM OCT 2nd – Oct 4th @ 4.30 PM IST, ON WION TV

RIC 2020 Update – Finalists List & Rules for the Grand Finale (Dated: 1st Sep 2020):

A very big thank you once again to all the participants / parents / schools for their time and support in helping RIC complete round2 screening. Reiterating, all participants are winners in their own way. This is a celebration more than a competition. Below in the table is the list of the participants who made it to the Grand Finale in alphabetical order. Evaluation was done based on a points system and no rankings were given to any participant. It was an extremely close contest for many participants and due to this we have increased the intake to 15 from 12 as envisaged earlier. Congratulations to all the finalists!! Grand Finale date will be confirmed in 2 week’s time (Sep 15th) and is likely to happen in the last week of Sep / early Oct. Grand Finale will be recorded by WION TV. We will communicate the modalities by Sep 15th or so. Please note, all participants have to prepare on all the 15 themes / topics mentioned below. It will be the judge’s choice completely in the GF. *Independent thinking and research rigor on all the 15 themes/topics will be key to the finals. Cadence for the GF will be announced on the day of the finals, just before the start. Leaders must be calm & composed with unknowns & uncertainties at all times!

Category 1 (Grade 5-7):
S. No Student Name Class School Name Location
1 Abhishri Dwivedi 6 Gems Modern Academy, Dubai UAE
2 Akash Madaram 7 Valley View Public School in Ontario, Pickering Canada
3 Khushi Seth 7 Tagore International School, Vasant Vihar Delhi
4 Parth Banerjee 7 Bloom Public School, Vasant Kunj Delhi
5 Saanvi Pawar 7 DAV Public School, Thane (West) Maharashtra
6 Sarah Malik 5 St. Marks Sr. Sec School, Meera Bagh Delhi

*Due to a tie we have chosen 6 participants as an exception for this category.

Category 2 (Grade 8-10):
S. No Student Name Class School Name Location
1 Ashwin Shridhar 9 Vidyashilp Academy, Bangalore Karnataka
2 Medha Pendota 8 Newton Middle School, Pennsylvania USA
3 Neha Priyan 10 AECS Magnolia Maaruti Public School, Bangalore Karnataka
4 Ritaja Chattopadhyay  10 Army Public School , K. Kamaraj Road ,Bangalore Karnataka
5 Venya Goel 10 DAV Public School, Rajender Nagar, Sahibabad Uttar Pradesh

Category 3 (Grade 11-12):
S. No Student Name Class School Name Location
1 Jitbir Longjam 11 The Lawrence School, Sanawar Himachal Pradesh
2 Neel Joshi 11 Bombay Scottish School, Mahim, Mumbai Maharashtra
3 Neha Jain 12 Salwan Public School, Ranjender Nagar Delhi
4 Nishka M 11 Wheeler High School, Atlanta USA
5 Zahra Shaikh 12 Maria’s Public School (MPS), Narengi, Guwahati Assam

Themes / Topics for the Grand Finale:

01. Road ahead for Humanity – Knowledge Based Culture Vs Commerce Based Culture?

02. Leadership Styles – Values Or Valuables; Greed Or Honesty; Service Or Grandeur

03. Entrepreneurs Vs Job Seekers (Risk Vs Comfort?)

04. Creativity Vs Knowledge Vs Logic

05. Top priorities for state – Education, Health Care, Nature Care & Employment Creation?

06. Merit Based Society Vs Group or People Controlled Society – Pros & Cons!!

07. Beliefs Based Society Vs Independent Thinking Society – Merits & Demerits!!

08. Technology for Evolution (choice) Vs Technology for Devolution (addiction & abuse)?

09. Between Use and Abuse of Natural Resources – How to strike a balance?

10. Corona – Crisis Vs Opportunity Vs Punishment?

11. People in Policy – Courage (& the price to be paid) Vs Fear (& consequences)

12. A Progressive Society – Is it People or State driven?

13. A cultural shift to nurture creativity – From being part of the problem (/silent) to being part of the solution (think & experiment solutions!)

14. Leaders – How to draw the line between need & greed?

15. Is there a need to introduce global citizen element in school education system keeping the local flavors?

Enjoy the RIC 2020 journey!!

RIC 2020 Update – 2nd Round Qualifiers List & Rules (29th July 2020):

A big thank you once again to all the participants for the submissions. Reiterating, all participants are winners in their own way. This is a celebration more than a competition. Below in the table is the list of the 2nd round qualifiers in alphabetical order. Evaluation was done based on a points system and no rankings were given to any participant. It was a very close contest for many participants. Congratulations to all the qualifiers!! Please read the 2nd round rules well. Request all 2nd round qualifiers to share their phone numbers with Zoom / Google Video Call facility via email to readindiacelebration2020@gmail.com by 1st of Aug, 2020. The video round will be recorded for RIC’s reference and social / electronic media screening subsequently. Video rounds to be scheduled in a random order. All 2nd round qualifiers will have to be ready for the screening from the 8th of Aug. 2nd round screening is expected to take some time hence your patience is appreciated. Screening calls will be scheduled a day in advance and the usual time would be 4:00 – 5:00 PM on weekdays and 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM IST on weekends. All cell phones / computers to be used by participants should have either Zoom or Micro Soft Teams or Google Video App installed on the device for the video round. Please let us know if you have any concerns via email!

Note: 12 participants will be selected for the Grand Finale post 2nd round screening from the below list. Grand Finale date to be confirmed in last week of Sep or early Oct.

S.No Student Name Class School Name Location
1 A Anasuya 10 St. Joseph’s Public School, King Koti, Hyderabad Telangana
2 Aashitha Jain 9 Unicent, Kompally, Hyderabad Telangana
3 Aayushman Kudupoje 6 Vidyashilp academy – Bangalore Karnataka
4 Abhimanyu S Tomar 5 Sagar Public School, Gandhi Nagar, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh
5 Abhishri Dwivedi 6 Gems Modern Academy – Dubai UAE
6 Adrian Karotia 7 ST. Michael’s High School. Panjim Goa
7 Adwik Basu Roy 4 The Lawrence School Sanawar – HP Himachal Pradesh
8 Agrim Sethi 8 The Lawrence School Sanawar – HP Himachal Pradesh
9 Aiman Goyal (LE) 8 The Lawrence School, Sanawar – HP Himachal Pradesh
10 Aisha Manzoor Bhat 5 K. R. Mangalam World School, GK-II Delhi
11 Akash Madaram 7 Valley View Public School in Ontario, Pickering Canada
12 Anahira Verma 6 K. R. Mangalam World School GK2 , Delhi Delhi
13 Anam Ahmed 8 Army Public School, Kamaraj Rd. – Bangalore Karnataka
14 Ananya M Pimpalkhute 9 INDRAPRASTHA INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, DWARKA Delhi
15 Anaya Kapur 6 Seth M.R. Jaipuria School, Gomtinagar, Lucknow Uttar Pradesh
16 Annisha Mandal 9 Tagore International School, Vasant Vihar Delhi
17 Ansh jain 8 Evergreen Public School, Vasundhara Enclave Delhi
18 Anshika Doogar 11 Lakshmipat Singhania Academy, Kolkata West Bengal
19 Anuj Jorwal 6 Gems Modern Academy -Dubai UAE
20 Arham Chaudhary 8 Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan Vidyashram, Jaipur Rajasthan
21 Arshpreet Kaur 10 Shishu Niketan Public School, Mohali Chandigarh
22 Aryan Ashok 9 Seth M.R. Jaipuria School, Gomtinagar, Lucknow Uttar Pradesh
23 Ashwin Shridhar 9 Vidyashilp Academy, Bangalore Karnataka
24 Avneet Kaur 10 Shishu Niketan Public School, Mohali Chandigarh
25 Ayanna Anjuli Kullu 8 Bloom Public School, Vasant Kunj Delhi
26 Ayush Kumar Ray 5 Army Public School, Mhow, Indore Madhya Pradesh
27 Ayushi Singh 12 Army Public School,  SP Marg, Lucknow Cantt Uttar Pradesh
28 B.V. Dharsini Sri 10 Gedee Public School, Coimbatore Tamil Nadu
29 Chinglemba Tokpam 6 The Lawrence Sanawar School – HP West Bengal
30 Dhrithi Sri 7 Ganges Valley School, Bachupally, Hyderabad Telangana
31 Dhruv Sharma 9 DAV Sahibabad, Ghaziabad Uttar Pradesh
32 Dimitri Majumder 11 Lakshmipat Singhania Academy, Kolkata West Bengal
33 Eshita Pasricha 7 Indraprastha International School, Dwarka Delhi
34 G Pavanteja 7 St. Joseph’s Public School, Malakpet, Hyderbad Telangana
35 Gnan Skanda Moolya  7 St. Joseph’s Public School, King Koti, Hyderabad Telangana
36 Harini Baskaran 8 AECS MM PUBLIC SCHOOL, Bangalore Karnataka
37 Harshini Putchakayala 10 Kendriya Vidyalaya-2 SVN, 104 Area, Vizag Andhra Pradesh
38 Himshikha Yadav 12 Kendriya Vidyalaya, CISF, Bhilai Chhattisgarh
39 Inesh Agarwal 5 Lakshmipat Singhania Academy, Kolkata West Bengal
40 Isha Samant 9 Shishu Niketan Public School, Mohali Chandigarh
41 Ivan Sankeerth 7 St. Joseph’s Public School, King Koti – Hyd Telangana
42 Jasmyra Kaur Sahni 9 Tagore International School, Vasant Vihar Delhi
43 Jaspreet Kaur 5 Satya Bharti School, Mithewal Punjab
44 Jayanth MS 8 L’ecole Chempaka Silver Rocks, Edavacode, Thiruvananthapuram Kerala
45 Jayeeta Bhowmik 6 Ma Ananda Mayi Vidyapeet – Agartala Tripura
46 Jitbir Longjam 11 The Lawrence School, Sanawar – HP Himachal Pradesh
47 Khushi Sethi 7 Tagore International School, Vasant Vihar Delhi
48 Khwaaish Diwan 9 Indraprastha International School, Dwarka Delhi
49 Kiara Kapoor 5 INDRAPRASTHA INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, Dwarka Delhi
50 Kiranjot Kaur 10 Shishu Niketan Public School, Mohali Chandigarh
51 Kritika Sood 9 St. Joseph’s Convent School, Moga Punjab
52 Kruthika 10 Unicent, Kompally, Hyderabad Telangana
53 L.Shyamprasad 11 TSWRJC – HATHNOORA, Sanga Reddy Dist Telangana
54 Latika Dhara 10 Howard Public School, Himayathnagar, Hyd Telangana
55 Lubna Naaz 7 St. Joseph’s Public School, King Koti, Hyderabad Telangana
56 Madhvi Kushwah 5 Army Public School, Mhow, Indore Madhya Pradesh
57 Manas Ajaykumar Lokhande 7 DAV Public School, Thane Maharashtra
58 Mayuri Motagi 8 Sagar Public School, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh
59 Medha Pendota 8 Newton Middle School, Pennsylvania USA
60 Moyra Malhotra 7 SPRINGDALES School, DHAULA KUAN Delhi
61 Mrunal Mangesh Kale 8 Pawar Public School ,Nanded, Pune Maharashtra
62 Navyaa Uppal 6 K R Mangalam World School, Faridabad Haryana
63 Neel Joshi 11 Bombay Scottish School, Mahim – Mumbai Maharashtra
64 Neha Jain 12 Salwan Public School, Ranjender Nagar Delhi
65 Neha Priyan 10 AECS Magnolia Maaruti Public School Karnataka
66 Neil Dasgupta 11 Sanskriti School, Chanakyapuri Delhi
67 Niharika Potrakonda 10 Kendriya Vidyalaya SVN2 – Vizag – AP Andhra Pradesh
68 Nishka M 11 Wheeler High School, Atlanta USA
69 P. Chandra Hasini 8 MJPT Residential School, Malkajgiri, Hyd Telangana
70 Pari Chopra 9 Indraprastha International School, Dwarka Delhi
71 Parneet Kaur 10 Shishu Niketan Public School, Mohali Chandigarh
72 Parth Banerjee 7 Bloom Public School, Vasant Vihar Delhi
73 Parthasarathi Singh 7 Seth MR Jaipuria School, Lucknow – UP Uttar Pradesh
74 Prajakta Reddy 12 Keshav Smarak Junior College, Hyderabad Telangana
75 Puram Aashresh 7 Suphrabhat Model High School, Nacharam, Hyd Telangana
76 Rachit Srivastava 9 Seth M.R. Jaipuria School, Gomtinagar, Lucknow Uttar Pradesh
77 Reya Oberoi 10 Army Public School, Mhow, Indore Madhya Pradesh
78 Rhydam Sharma 9 DAV Sahibabad, Ghaziabad Uttar Pradesh
79 Riddhima Chaudhary 8 Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan Vidyashram, Jaipur Rajasthan
80 Ridhi Jayaprakash 11 AECS Magnolia Maaruti Public Schoool, Bangalore Karnataka
81 Ridhima Bajaj 9 Indraprastha International School, Delhi Delhi
82 Ritaja Chattopadhyay 10 Army Public School , K. Kamaraj Road ,Bangalore Karnataka
83 Roshita Reddy 6 Sagar Public School, Bhopal – MP Madhya Pradesh
84 Ruhbani Singh 5 The Lawrence Public School Sanawar – HP Himachal Pradesh
85 S. Jyothsna 8 TSWREIS Narsingi, Ranga Reddy Dist. Telangana
86 S. Nandini 8 TSWRS JC Kondamallepally – Telangana Telangana
87 Saanvi Pawar 7 DAV Public School Thane( west) – Mumbai Maharashtra
88 Sahana Bahuguna 5 Tagore International School, Vasant Vihar Delhi
89 Samdarshi Sen 7 Army Public School, Bangalore – Karnataka Karnataka
90 Sanjana Chintala 12 Hyderabad Public School, Begumpet Telangana
91 Sankeerthika Paka 10 Little Flower Vignana Mandir High School, Nalgonda Telangana
92 Sarah malik 5 St. Marks Sr. Sec School, Meera Bagh Delhi
93 Satya Prakash 6 Army Public School, Ambala Cantt Haryana
94 Satyarth Parth 9 City Montessori School, Rajajipuram Uttar Pradesh
95 Shaunak Baral 5 DAV RK Puram Delhi
96 Gavisht Duggal 6 St. Marks Sr. Sec School, Meera Bagh Delhi
97 Shrenik Anand 6 St. Marks Sr. Sec School, Meera Bagh Delhi
98 Shrmistha Vikram Singh 10 Seth M.R. Jaipuria School, Gomtinagar, Lucknow Uttar Pradesh
99 SHUBHANGEE SAHU 8 BUXI JAGABANDHU ENGLISH MEDIUM SCHOOL, BHUBANESWAR ODISHA
100 SHUBHANGI ASHISH 8 Cambridge School Indirapuram, Lucknow – UP Uttar Pradesh
101 Sidh Wadhwa 6 Vivek Summit School, East Patel Nagar New Delhi
102 Siri Chandana P 7 Kendriya Vidyalaya-2 SVN, 104 Area, Vizag Andhra Pradesh
103 Sreeja Katakam Silver Oaks International School, Hyderabad Telangana
104 Srimanti Das 10 D.A.V. Model School, IIT Kharagpur – WB West Bengal
105 Srinidhi Phutela 7 The Lawrence School Sanawar – HP Himachal Pradesh
106 Subhra Sahoo 10 Indraprastha International School, Dwarka – Delhi Delhi
107 Taabish Shaikh 7 Tree house High School, Kondhwa, Pune Maharashtra
108 Tanishk Singhal 7 Sagar Public School, Bhopal – MP Madhya Pradesh
109 Tanishka Jindal Cambridge School, Indirapuram, Ghaziabad Uttar Pradesh
110 Tejasv Vaid 6 Bloom Public School, Vasant Kunj Delhi
111 TSS Nikitha 10 Kendriya Vidyalaya No2 SVN – Vizag – AP Andhra Pradesh
112 Tvisha Tiwari 8 Sanskriti School – Delhi Delhi
113 Uday Parihar 12 Sagar Public School, Bhopal – MP Madhya Pradesh
114 Ushasri 12 Kendriya Vidyalaya2 SVN – Vizag – AP Andhra Pradesh
115 Vaidehi Rao 7 Sanskriti School, Chanakyapuri Delhi
116 Vansh Dhar 10 INDRAPRASTHA INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, Dwarka Delhi
117 Venya Goel 10 DAV Sahibabad, Ghaziabad Uttar Pradesh
118 Vooutkuti jahnavi 11 TSWRS JC College Girls, G.V. Gudem, Nalgonda Telangana
119 Yashi Yadav 5 DAV, RK Puram Delhi
120 Yashika Sandeepmore 7 DAV Public School, Thane Maharashtra
121 Zahra Shaikh 12 Maria’s Public School (MPS), Narengi, Guwahati Assam

2nd Round Rules: (Video based; 3 languages allowed; Hindi, Telugu & English):

01. Participant Intro (2 mins)

02. Speech on the submission (3 – 5 mins)

03. Choice to speak on any of the below themes / topics (3 – 5 mins; confine to 3 pros & cons)

04. Ad Hoc question will be posed by the judge on any issue (need not be confined to the themes mentioned below). Participants may be asked to provide a solution to any local / national or international issue (3 mins)

Themes / Topics for 2nd Round:

01. Road ahead for Humanity – Knowledge Based Culture Vs Commerce Based Culture?

02. Leadership Styles – Values Or Valuables; Greed Or Honesty; Service Or Grandeur

03. Entrepreneurs Vs Job Seekers (Risk Vs Comfort?)

04. Creativity Vs Knowledge Vs Logic

05. Top priorities for state – Education, Health Care, Nature Care & Employment Creation?

06. Merit Based Society Vs Group or People Controlled Society – Pros & Cons!!

07. Beliefs Based Society Vs Independent Thinking Society – Merits & Demerits!!

08. Technology for Evolution (choice) Vs Technology for Devolution (addiction & abuse)?

09. Between Use and Abuse of Natural Resources – How to strike a balance?

10. Corona – Crisis Vs Opportunity Vs Punishment?

11. People in Policy – Courage (& the price to be paid) Vs Fear (& consequences)

12. A Progressive Society – Is it People or State driven?

Enjoy the RIC 2020 journey!!

Note: Submissions received from more than 25 states / cities for RIC 2020 1. Andhra Pradesh, 2. Assam, 3. Chhattisgarh, 4. Chandigarh, 5. Delhi, 6. Goa, 7. Haryana, 8. Himachal Pradesh, 9. Jammu & Kashmir, 10. Karnataka, 11. Kerala, 12. Madhya Pradesh, 13. Maharashtra, 14. Wellington – New Zealand, 15. Odisha, 16. Punjab, 17. Rajasthan, 18. Sikkim, 19. Tamil Nadu, 20. Telangana, 21. Tripura, 22. Dubai – UAE, 23. Uttar Pradesh, 24. West Bengal, 25. Pennsylvania – USA, 26. Ontario – Canada. Appreciate your patience!!

Read India Celebration –

Is not a competition but a grand stage to celebrate emerging readers, vidyavan and leaders from india and across the world. It’s an annual Readership and Leadership carnival for school students ( standard 5th – 12th). A platform to celebrate knowledge and propagators of gyan based culture. It’s a stage to reinforce the value and importance of gyan as the only means to prosperity & peaceful coexistence. A stage to remind students that our ignorance, ignorant people & societies are the greatest threat to our own wellness, humanity and the eco system we live in. RIC is a platform to empower Shikshit (literate) to become Vidyavan. A platform where every participant is a winner in their own way. Students can read the nominated book, suggested books, books of their own choice, read their own self, their own experiences, role models, “Mother Nature” or events in history of their own choice to express their views & feelings on the nominated topic / topic of their own choice.

*Students of all nationalities from around the world can participate.

Note: International submissions only in English language.

Read India 2020:-

Purpose of Read India Competition:

*Read India Competition is to make students read one new book every year other than academic books to enable Readership & Leadership!

Why Read India Competition:

“Only knowledge based cultures manifest into knowledge based economies which pave the way to prosperity and harmony”. For any country to be progressive, it needs quality leaders in quantity. This initiative is to sow / enhance seeds of “Gyan and Leadership thru Readership” at high school and college levels. From a known we can get to the unknown, never the other way round. Similarly, for every society the journey to growth & success begins from knowing where they are? Our goal = Quality in Quantity; Our objective: From a Shikshit society, we need to transition to a Vidyavan society. Read books & ‘Self” to experience how reading initiates us into knowledge & all-round growth. Just to remind (according to most global researches), all leaders in the world are readers and same is the case with successful people. The connection between vidya, readership & success is well established, world over. Reading books broadens & deepens knowledge base and Reading Self leads to Knowing Self (i.e. knowing our strengths, priorities, areas of improvements, path of pursuance, happiness, pockets of distress and much more) and Knowing Self is the basis to Leading Self & Winning in Life! *Remember, ignorance is bliss followed by destruction. Independent thinking & gyan are not an option for an individual but the only path to growth and harmony!?

1) Nominated book for the year 2020 –Leading Self & Beyond

(Download Free eBook)

2) Selected Topic for the year 2020 – “Learning to Listen, Learning to See & Learning to Think Independent”.

Why the topic “Learning to Listen, Learning to See & Learning to Think”?

According to major global researches, most people listen less then 10% of the content and miss a startling 90% of reality. This is to get across the message among students as to how significant Listening, Seeing things As-Is & Independent Thinking is to learning, growth, success & beyond!

Cadence & Rules for RIC 2020 :

Students can read the nominated book “Leading Self 2 Leading Others” (eBook can be downloaded from top right corner of Read India website) or read any book(s) of their choice on topic “Learning to Listen, Learning to See & Learning to Think Independent” or read any book or articles or do own research on topic of their own choice (e.g. lessons to be learnt from corona pandemic, difference between Shiksha (literacy) & Vidya (education), Measure of education, Knowledge based Vs Belief based societies, Difference between use and abuse of technology etc.) in April & May 2020 and email a summary / findings / views on the same in not more than 900 words ( A4 size page submission) along with 1 novel idea on how to prepare for corona like challenges in future / solve any national issue (e.g. drying of rivers, depletion of ground water levels, traffic problem, river / air pollution, agrarian problem etc.) / regional / international issue of their choice to readindiacelebration2020@gmail.com before 30th June 2020 with subject RIC 2020 – Submission – Students – School / College Name.

Email submissions will be evaluated for a total of 100 marks (i.e. 20 marks each for students understanding on Listening, Independent Thinking, Learning and connection between the three + another 20 for the idea / proposed solution to the problem they chose to address. Note: If the selected topic is of students own choice, evaluation will still happen for 100 marks but the criteria will be at the discretion of the evaluators. Choice of topic, originality & depth of analysis, summarization and the uniqueness of the idea will get highest weightage.

*Reiterating, Originality, Independent Thinking & Creativity in the email submission will be key to finals selection.

Top 100 students will qualify for finals screening from the email submission / one pager (which can be written in any of the three languages i.e. Telugu, Hindi or English) in each category i.e. School & College resp. Out of the 100 qualified students, 10 – 12 participants will be selected for the RIC Grand Finale which will be a speech & questionnaire round. Grand Finale shall be organized in the month of Aug / Sep 2020. Details on the date, venue, technology platform for the grand finale to be confirmed in the month of Aug 2020.

Read India Competition – 2020 Grand Finale (Cadence)

1. Student Self Introduction (2 mins)

2. Speech Round (3 Mins) on Topic – “Learning to Listen, Learning to See & Learning to Think”

3. Questionnaire Round (Panel of Judges will ask)roblem, Water Problem, Pollution Problem, Job creation, Cross cultural differences etc.)

a. 1st Question, common to all participants – If given a chance, what would you change in our country, why and how? (*Why & How will get more weightage)

b. 2nd & 3rd Question – These 2 could be anything related to participants / confronting their country or our world (e.g. How would you prepare & win Corona like crisis, Technology threats, Farmer’s problem, Water Problem, Pollution Problem, Job creation, Cross cultural differences etc.)

Based on their speech & answers, the panel of judges (3 people) will celebrate the top 3 as winners, who will be awarded with

► 1st prize – Laptop + Cash Prize

► 2nd prize –strong> Tablet + Cash Prize

► 3rd prize ‐strong> Mini Tab + Cash Prize

For further detail’s/queries, please contact Raghuram Ananthoj, Cell: +91 9441456061, Email: readindiacelebration2020@gmail.com

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