Kolkata, June 19 (IBNS) Science Olympiad Foundation (SOF) organized 16th International Award ceremony to felicitate the International winning students, teachers and principals of Olympiad exams for the Academic year 2012-13.
The ceremony commenced with the lighting of the lamp by Chief Guest Justice RC Lahoti, Former Chief Justice of India.
The British Council and BBC Knowledge associated with SOF for the Olympiads.
During the function, awards were given to the top 3 international rank holders from classes one to twelve for the 4 Olympiad exams conducted by SOF.
Winners from classes 7 to 12 won Rs 50,000 each, the rank two holders won Rs 25000 each and rank 3 holders won Rs 10000 whereas, winners from classes one to 6 were awarded I-Pads. In addition, attractive gifts were given to all winners.
The top 10 principals and top 40 teachers whose students put up an excellent performance were also felicitated with cash awards, mementos and citations.
International Rank 1 - Anubhab Ghosh, Class VI, Ramkrishna Mission Vidya Bhawan Medinipur, (NCO), received the I-Pad, Indrayudh Sengupta Class XI, The Future Foundation School, Kolkata (IEO) and Irin Ghosh , Class VIII, Hemsheela Model School, Durgapur (NSO) received Rs 50,000 cash prize.
International Rank 2 - Srimoyee Chowdhury, Class IV, Kendriya vidyalaya, Medinipur (NCO) received the I-Pad.
International Rank 3 - Aranya Adak, Class VIII, (IEO) Calcutta Boy's School received Rs 10,000/- cash prize and Shambo Saha, Class III, Zoom International School, Durgapur (NSO) received I-Pad.
Justice RC Lahoti met students who won prizes and received certificates in the final stage of subject Olympiads.
Science Olympiad Foundation (SOF)awards Olympiad winners
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