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Know your potential, students told

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CONGRATS Deepu Mathew Panampunna (middle), Senior Divisional Retail Sales Manager, Indian Oil Corporation, Tiruchi, with the winners of The Hindu Young World Painting Competition in Tiruchi on Sunday. (Below) Schoolchildren participating in the competition.— Photos: B. Velankanni RajB_VELANKANNI RAJ

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Cash prizes given to the winners of The HinduYoung World painting competition

M. Ramanan of Class 7-C, S.R.V. Matriculation Higher Secondary School, and P. Nidhisha of Class 5-B, R.S.K. Higher Secondary School, bagged the first prize respectively in the Senior and Junior categories in the finale of The Hindu Young World Painting Competition held in association with Thyrocare at Cauvery College for Women here on Sunday.


The contest, organised annually for children of Classes from 4 to 9, saw the participation of 254 students from in and around Tiruchi this year. The Junior category (Class 4 to 6) attracted 132 registrations, while the Senior (Class 7 to 9) had 122 participants.

Students selected for the finals from the preliminary round had been intimated by e-mail individually.

Cash prizes were given to the winners of the First, Second and Third positions. Each category also had seven consolation prizes.

Students could draw on any one of three topics offered on the spot within a time limit of two hours. The themes for Juniors were: ‘Post Office’/ ‘Puppet show’/ ‘Ice cream after school with friends’. Senior children were asked to select one of the following topics: ‘Save the Girl Child’/ ‘Magic Show’/ ‘Weekend at the national park.’ Pudukottai-based professional artists M. Rajappa and M. Ayyappa were the judges for the day.

Chief Guest Deepu Mathew Panampunna, Senior Divisional Retail Sales Manager, Indian Oil Corporation Ltd, Tiruchi, gave away the prizes. In his address, he urged children to remain brave in the face of failure.

“The power of a human being is the most unpredictable fact in life,” he said. “You should understand your potential, and avoid taking extreme steps when you don’t do well in an exam or contest.”

V. Sujatha, Principal, Cauvery College for Women, congratulated parents and teachers.



source: http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-national/tp-tamilnadu/Know-your-potential-students-told/article16796370.ece


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 09, 2016 12:19 pm 
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The Hindu Young World Painting Competition on Sunday

It is time for students to get ready to showcase their creativity and imagination. The finals of The Hindu Young World Painting Competition, presented by Thyrocare, will be held at Cauvery College for Women at Annamalai Nagar in the city on Sunday (December 11).

The contest is held in two categories of Juniors, for students of classes 4 to 6, and Seniors, for students of classes 7 to 9.

Students selected for the finals from the preliminary round have been intimated by e-mail individually. They should come to the venue with the intimation letter. The contest will start at 9.30 a.m. and shortlisted students should report at the venue by 9 a.m.

Topics and drawing sheets will be given at the venue. Sketch and marker pens should not be used. The decision of the judges will be final and binding on all contestants.

The paintings will become the sole property of The Hindu and will not be returned.

Deepu Mathew Panampunna, Senior Divisional Retail Sales Manager, Indian Oil Corporation Ltd., Tiruchi, will be the chief guest for the valediction and distribute prizes at around 1 p.m. at the venue.

Besides prizes for the top three in each category, consolation prizes will also be given. All participants will be given participation certificates.

Thyrocare is the presenting sponsor for the contest. Cauvery College for Women is the venue partner.


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Painting competition throws light on their talents

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Their hearing impairment does not prevent them from developing their talent in their chosen field of painting. Through their paintings, they not only presented a visual treat to the visitors but also highlighted various social issues.

The painting contest organised by the Deaf Enabled Foundation in the city on Saturday to mark the observance of 59th International Day of the Deaf, received an overwhelming response from the 90 participants of two special schools in the city.

Divided into two groups, senior and junior levels, the special students — despite their hearing and speech impairment, vied with one another in presenting their ideas. The participants have chosen themes in such a way as to attract the visitors. “Every painting has a message behind it,” says A. Kesavan, co-ordinator and interpretor of the Foundation.

Two students explained their works. “Our country has 12 major rivers and only optimum utilisation of waters from these rivers will help ensure prosperity and development of India,” indicates a painting by K. Mohanraj, a student of Maharishi Vidhya Mandir Service Centre for the Hearing-impaired, K. K. Nagar.

In the senior category, G. Prabakaran of Dolour High School for Deaf, Ponmalaipatti, chose to highlight the evils of child labour. A quiz competition was also held as part of the observance.

Programmes on the activities of the Foundation, entertainment show, cultural activities, marketing strategy adopted by a deaf entrepreneur and screening of video film formed the agenda of the two-day programme currently in progress at Jamal Mohamed College. On Sunday, a video films produced by the Foundation would be screened.

‘A Friendship Evening’ , when the winners in various competitions would be honoured with Helen Keller Student Award and Annie Sullivan Teacher Award, would be held on Sunday.

http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp ... 226312.ece


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Srimad Andavan arts and science college, Trichy won the Evam Theatricals 2016 which was conducted in Chennai

Totally 6 teams competed in the Evam Theatricals 2016 finals which includes

1. Srimad Andavan
2. Anna University
3. IIT Madras
4. SRM Eashwari College
5. SRM Engineering and Technology
6. R.K.M Vivekananda College

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And Theatricals 2016 comes to an end!! Big congratulations to Srimad Andavan arts and science college for winning the title.


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Inspire science camp for students

A five-day INSPIRE (Innovation in Science Pursuit for Inspired Research) science camp for Plus One students will be held at Nehru Memorial College at Puthanampatti from November 14 to 18.

The residential camp aims at inculcating scientific temper among students. Contributions of Indian scientists will be highlighted to motive the students.

The camp will include brainstorming sessions with scholars and scientists, lectures, discussions, and experiments.

The camp will have an intake of 150 students. Students who have secured 94.2 per cent aggregate marks or above in Standard X (A1 grade for CBSE and 95 per cent for ICSE) and now pursuing Standard XI with science group are eligible to apply.

Selected candidates will be provided free boarding and lodging and travel allowance.

Prescribed application forms should be signed by the heads of the schools and submitted in person or sent by post to M. Meenakshisundaran, Coordinator, Inspire Science Camp and Head, Department of Botany, Nehru Memorial College, Puthanampatti, Tiruchi 621007. For more details, call 99443 39044 or email: meenakram06@ gmail.com

Application forms can be obtained from the coordinator on sending a request by e-mail or downloaded from the website: www.nmc.ac.in

The last date for registration is November 1.

http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp ... 145819.ece


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Recitation contests

The Tiruchi Sri Ayyappa Sangam is conducting Thirukkural and Athichudi recitation contests for students every month.

Students who recite more than 50 Thirukkural couplets would be given cash reward of Rs.2 for every couple. The contest is held from at 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. on the first Sunday every month at the Sri Ayyappan Temple at Cantonment in the city The Athicudi recitation contest are being held from 8 a.m.to 11 a.m. on the third Sunday every month. Students who recite the Athichudi fully understanding the meaning would be given cash reward of Rs.100. The contests introduced already have attracted a good response and all interested students can participate, a release said.

http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp ... 102234.ece


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Kamala Niketan boys emerge victorious in quiz contest


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They will take part in the national finals to be held in IIT-Madras later this year

Class 11 students Kiran P. Abraham and S. Rakshan of Kamala Niketan Montessori School (KNMS), Tiruchi, emerged victorious in the Tiruchi regional round of Shaastra Spark, a quiz competition, organised by students of Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) – Madras, here on Saturday.


It is open to students of Classes 8 to 12, and questions are framed to test participants on problem solving, arithmetic, science and technology. It was conducted simultaneously in Chennai, Madurai, Tiruchi, Coimbatore, Cochin, Trivandrum, Calicut, Bhilai, Kolkata and Chandigarh yesterday.

Saturday’s event, held at the KNMS campus, saw the participation of 53 (two-member) teams from Kamala Niketan, St. Patrick Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Puducherry, Kendriya Vidyalaya, Puducherry, R.S.K. School, Tiruchi, and Vageesha Vidhyashram, Srirangam.


Both the preliminary and qualifying rounds required teams to write answers to questions projected on a screen, that were corrected by IIT student-organisers S. M. Sudharsan and K. Venkatesh. Of the seven teams that went to the qualifying round, six were from KNMS, and a solo participant, J. Jayakrishna (Class 11), was from Kendriya Vidyalaya, Puducherry. The final round had students answering questions in two sections – on general knowledge and science. The second section asked students to identify scientists from posters symbolising their work.

Jayakrishna was placed second in the final round. Regional winners Kiran and Rakshan will take part in the national finals to be held in IIT-Madras later this year.





source: http://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/Tiruchirapalli/kamala-niketan-boys-emerge-victorious-in-quiz-contest/article8830374.ece


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Over 1,000 children turn ‘Spell Bees’

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WHIZ KIDS:WIZ National Spell Bee contest is in progress at Orchard School at K.K.Nagar in Tiruchi on Saturday.— PHOTO: M. MOORTHY
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The K.K. Nagar premises of Orchard Matriculation Higher Secondary School was a hive of activity as over 1,000 students from 19 schools in and around Tiruchi participated in the State-level English spelling contest on Saturday.

Organised by Wiz National Spell Bee, the local branch of the Kolkata-based English Wizard Foundation, the event saw the launch of an online tutorial service called Spellzone.

The contest, which included written and oral exams, was open to students of Classes 1 to 12, who were tested from the age-appropriate preparatory word list booklets given at the time of registration.

According to the organiser’s records, 1,015 students had registered to attend the mega event.

In the exams that started at 8.30 a.m. and went on until 5 p.m., besides dictation, students had to correct spellings, identify homophones, rhyme words, and name synonyms and antonyms, and attempt to give the apt word in a sentence.

Cash prizes were given to the first four rank holders in each of the six categories.

In order to be eligible for yesterday’s event, the participants had to pass qualifying tests at the school and inter-school levels.

Students from the following schools took part at the district-level test this year: Campion Anglo Indian Higher Secondary School, Orchard Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Amrita Vidyalayam, Kamala Niketan Montessori School, Cauvery Global School, St. Joan of Arc International School, Sri Vignesh Vidyalaya, Koothur, Sree Vageesha Vidyashram, Sowma Public School, Manapparai, Sri Guru Matriculation School, Manapparai, Sri Guru Vidhyalaya (CBSE), Manapparai, Lakshmi Matriculation School, Manapparai, Alpha Wisdom Vidhyasharam, Sri Sivananda Balalaya, SBIOA Matriculation Higher Secondary School, SBIOA CBSE School, Aurobindo International Senior Secondary School, Holy Cross Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Somarasanpettai, and Samadh Senior Secondary School.

Spellzone, a subscription-based online resource, was launched at mid-day by the chief guest Ms. R. Jayalakshmi, Assistant Elementary Educational Officer – Nursery, in the presence of officials of the host school.



source: http://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/Tiruchirapalli/over-1000-children-turn-spell-bees/article8515174.ece


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