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Competitions set the tone for National Library Week celebration

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Students took part enthusiastically in the drawing and story-telling competitions at the District Central Library conducted on Sunday as part of 50th National Library Week celebrations. Competitions for readers was also held. One hundred and five children took part under two categories: till level III, and from IV to IX, in drawing competition conducted jointly by the District Central Library and the Readers' Circle.

The competitions for readers constituted story telling, poetry writing, and essay writing based on depicted pictures. There were 40 participants for these competitions.

The competition for school children was inaugurated by the president of Readers' Circle, Tiruchi, V. Govindasamy, and the competitions for readers by District Library Officer A. P. Sivakumar.

Top three performers among children and the first-prize winner in the competition for adults will be honoured during the valedictory session of the National Library Week, Mr. Sivakumar said, informing that there will be an exhibition on coins and e-currencies at the District Central Library.

A medical camp will also be conducted for readers, he said.

The participants were apprised about the significance of the National Library Week that was celebrated from November 14 to 20.

Speakers said the Indian Library Association (ILA) had declared 14th November as National Library Day, coinciding with the birthday of former Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, and that the day was being celebrated since 1968, through various programs to enable the public to know about libraries.

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Competitions for students

The Department of Cooperation will organise oratorical, essay and poetry writing competitions for school students in different age categories in the city in connection with the Cooperative Week celebrations observed from November 14 to 20.

The competitions will be held at the District Central Cooperative Bank premises situated on Fort Station Road on November 14.

School students, who wish to participate in the contests, should come to the contest with bonafide certificates from their institutions, according to a release.

For more details, dial 0431-2774377.

http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp ... 087292.ece


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Skill competition to be held on October 5

The Department of Employment and Training would conduct a district-level skill competition to select best projects of the district which would participate in the State-level skill summit to be conducted through the Tamil Nadu Skill Development Corporation.

The State-level skill summit is planned as an exercise to motivate students and enable institutions and industries to come out with creative designs of new product and innovative workable ideas for industry and the service sector, Collector K. Rajamani said.

It would be a platform for encouraging innovations, showcasing skills and recognising talents of students, workers and educational institutions in the State, he added.

As a first step, the district-level skill competition would be held to select projects to represent the district in the summit. The competition, to be held on October 5 at the Oxford Engineering College, would be conducted in three fields such as mechanical engineering, electrical and electronics engineering, and electronics and information technology.

Candidates who have passed out of ITI’s, polytechnics, graduates and apprentices who are undergoing training in industries; employees of industries and skill persons with short term training and skilled persons with practical experience in unorganised sector can take part in the competitions. Winners will qualify for the State-level summit. Winners at the State-level would get cash prizes.

For more details, the principal of the Government ITI can be contacted over the telephone number 04312552238.

Interested persons can also register their names and profile online atwww.skilltraining.tn.gov.in

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Quiz on metals and materials


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The Tiruchi chapter of the Indian Institute of Metals will conduct the 26th edition of the annual quiz on metals and materials, “TMAQ XXVI” for Plus One and Plus Two students of English medium schools at seven centres on July 16.

A quiz for juniors will be held for students of classes 9 and 10 from English-medium schools. Schools can send nominations to both the events in prescribed format, which can be downloaded from www.iimtiruchy.org

In a press release, Raman Sankaranarayanan, Chairman, Indian Institute of Metals, Tiruchi, said the quiz will be conducted in three stages. The preliminary written round will be held in seven regional locations in Tiruchi, Karaikudi, Neyveli, Sankar Nagar, Mayiladuthurai, Madurai, and Karur. The top performers of the round will be selected for the oral quiz to be held August 6.

Schools would be divided into two zones and top two winners of the oral rounds from each zone will receive cash prizes of Rs. 5,000 and Rs. 3,000 respectively. Besides, the top two teams will quality for the finals of the Brahm Prakash Memorial Materials Quiz with prize money of Rs. 50,000 to be held at the Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research (IGCAR), Kalpakkam, in September, the release said.

The travel and accommodation for the winners taking part in the contest at Kalpakkam will be arranged by the chapter.

A maximum of eight students for each category can be nominated by a school for the preliminary round of the quiz. For details and registration, schools can visit www.iimtiruchy.org or contact N. Parameswaran, convener, TMAQ XXVI, by dialling 94422 12263 or e-mail to: tmaqiim@gmail.com.



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Mount Litera Zee School scores a hat- trick

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Mount Litera Zee School, Tiruchi, put up a stellar show yet again emerging the champion of Tiruchi for the third time in a row in The Hindu Young World Quiz competition held here on Friday.

It was undoubtedly a moment to cherish for Aneesur Rahman, a standard VIII student of the Mount Litera School, as he has been part of the winning team for three consecutive years.


Brilliance of the young minds came to the fore at the contest that was filled with thrill and excitement till the very last round. The finals, in which top six teams got through, was a photo finish keeping the audience at the edge of their seats.

In a closely-fought battle between Mount Litera and the team representing Sri Akilandeswari Vidyalaya, a wrong answer by the latter in the penultimate question cost it dear and lost 10 points in negative marking.

The 17th edition of the annual quiz contest in Tiruchi Region saw the participation of 260 teams this time with The Hindu’s resident quiz master V.V. Ramanan shooting a slew of questions to the participating students. Six top teams were selected for the grand final based on their scores in the preliminary round of written test.

The schools which successfully made it to the finals were Sri Vageesha Vidyashram, Tiruchi; TNPL Public School, Karur, Chettinad Vidya Mandir, Karur, Aditya Birla Public School, Ariyalur, Mount Litera Zee School, Tiruchi, and Sri Akilandeswari Vidyalaya, Tiruchi.

Questions were from the various categories – ‘Do You Know,’ ‘Question the Quiz Master,’ ‘Photo Play,’ ‘Jai Hind’ and ‘Sight and Sound.’ Sri Akilandeswari Vidyalaya garnered a lead but was closely followed by Mount Litera Zee School in the finals. In the end, the team lost crucial points. The final question decided the fate of the top two teams with Mount Litera Zee School emerging champions for the third time in a row amid huge applause from the audience.

Questions which the six teams could not reply went to the audience, who vied with one another to answer and win goodies for right answers.

The Mount Litera team, represented by Aneesur Rahman and Syed Tahir Ali, scored 126 points. Sri Akilandeswari Vidyalaya represented by T.N. Sri Krishnan and P. Srinivasa Raghavan finished runner up with 120 points.

The winning team was presented with bicycles, trophy, cash prize and certificate. The other five teams were also presented with trophy, certificates and cash prizes.

Mini Shaji Thomas, Director, National Institute of Technology, Tiruchi, gave away prizes to the top six teams.

The quiz was presented by Camlin Mechanical Pencils with the venue partner being BHEL, Tiruchi. BSA Lady-bird and Hercules were the national sponsors. The regional sponsors were Master Group of Institutions and TIME (Triumphant Institute of Management Education).





source: http://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/Tiruchirapalli/quiz/article17362054.ece


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