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Jamshedpur, Nov. 15: Loyola School students topped the C. D. Singh Memorial Inter School on the Spot Essay Competition 2019 in English category. Rajendra Vidyalaya hosted the event. 18 schools comprising 100 candidates participated in it.
There were two categories viz. Group A & Group B both for Hindi & English. Group A consisted of students of Stds. XI & XII, while Group-B consisted of students of Stds. IX & X.
In English Mokshit Bhayani in Group A and Sanjari in Group B of Loyola School bagged the top spot. Zoya Zaki of Rajendra Vidyalaya in Group A and Apala of Sacred Heart Convent School in Group B were the runners-up. The topic for Group A in English was ‘Indian Democracy calls for dictatorship’ and for Group B was ‘Does World need a batman like hero?’
In Hindi Kushi of Rajendra Vidyalaya was first followed by Dipti of KSMS and Rahul Dubey of SKPS in Group A. In Group B winners were Swastika Banerjee of Rajendra Vidyalaya bagged the first spot, Manish Majhi of KPS Kadma was second while Astha Gupta of Sacred Heart Convent School was third.
The for Hindi Group A was ‘Bharatiya Cinema mey ek baar phir rashtriyata ka padarpan’ and in Group B was ‘Internet ke bina manav jivan kla astitva nahi hai’
The prizes were distributed on 15th November in the morning assembly by Principal Rakhi Banerjee.