English Marathon is a competition to motivate children to improve their expertise in the usage of the English Language. With the enhancement in vocabulary, children are able to express better, which also builds their confidence.
It was a very proud moment for Suryadatta National School students when the results of the English Marathon State Level Competition 2017, held recently, were announced.
Over 20,000 students from 435 schools participated in the competition, out of which 7 students of Suryadatta National School were awarded certificates of merit, and 6 rank holders amongst them also received gold medals.
The meritorious students who received the award were:
1. Aryan Bizoara – Merit Holder Rank 18th – Std III
2. Bishakha Pandit – Merit Holder Rank 26th – Std III
3. Sahil Badami – Merit Holder Rank 26th – Std VIII
4. Aayushi Raut – Merit Holder Rank 33rd – Std VIII
5. Tapaswini Sharma – Merit Holder Rank 16th – Std IX
6. Amaan Jalallodin Patil – Merit Holder Rank 25th – Std IX
7. Vaibhavi Rahul Raut – Participant – Std VIII
The vision of Suryadatta National School is to impart world-class education, for holistic development in learning and innovation and to encourage the students to give optimal performance.
“Suryadatta National School is extremely honoured that our students have achieved this recognition at the prestigious English Marathon State Level Competition 2017. We congratulate all the 7 participants and are proud of their success. We are extremely grateful to the organizers, for giving our students an opportunity to compete at this platform”, said Mrs. Sushama Chordiya, Vice President, Suryadatta Group of Institutes, while felicitating the students.
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