Bringing out the young talent

Published: 13th July 2013 10:20 AM  |   Last Updated: 13th July 2013 10:20 AM   |  A+A-


The most sought after inter-school cultural and literary competition of the year – Horlicks Wizkids by Krayon – culminated with much fanfare here.

Anu Priya Komeswaran of St John’s School in Besant Nagar and Dwani Guru of Vidya  Mandir Senior Secondary School, Mylapore, emerged as winners. They will represent the city at the Horlicks Wizkids South Asia Finals to be held in November. The winners of Horlicks Wizkids South Asia 2013 will earn scholarships worth `1 lakh and a five-day educational trip to Germany, the roganisers said.

The city finals round witnessed an overwhelming response, with over 5,000 students from more than 100 schools participating. The Kamaraj Arangam Auditorium was packed with students cheering for their teams. The event is one of the most sought-after-experience, bringing all students from various schools of a city under one roof, thus enhancing their social interaction and cooperation skills.

 “The purpose of education is overall development of students. Wizkids is that platform that hones the personality of students making them more confident about their strengths,” Syed Sultan Ahmed, MD, EduMedia, said.

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