ALLEN Career Institute organized a grand honouring & mentoring ceremony to reward the nationally / internationally acclaimed academically brilliant students from classes 3rd to 10th of the country on Sunday 25th August 2019, at SAMRAS SABHAGAR, ALLEN Samunnat and rewarded them with exciting prizes. On this special occasion, students were honoured along with their Parents for commemorating their contribution to the child’s development.
80 students of class 3rd to 10th were given cash rewards of ₹ 41 Lac 50 thousand.
The top 3 students from each class were given gold medal whereas other students were given silver medal along with champion’s trophy. In the event students who have brought laurels to the nation in the Olympiads were also awarded silver medals.
The event started with lightening a lamp followed by Ganpati Vandana by Sh. Govind Maheshwari, Director of ALLEN Career Institute. Students of AECD-Intellibrain gave a mesmerising performance on the event. The chief guest of the occasion was CFCL head Sh U. R. Singh, the special guests were Padma Shri Arunima Sinha and 13-year-old Tilak Mehta, Founder Paper and Parcels Mumbai.
While addressing the people Sh. U. R. Singh said this is such a great platform to encourage and motivate the students. Such opportunities boost up the confidence of the students. It is highly appreciable that ALLEN is felicitating young talents of our nation.
During the occasion Yoga Guru, Choti Guru Maa gave mantras to the students for doing self-analysis and practise yoga to keep themselves strong. Directors of ALLEN Career Institute Sh Govind Maheshwari, Sh Rajesh Maheshwari, Sh Naveen Maheshwari were also present in the event.
Mesmerising performances by Truptraj Pandya & Rupsa Batabyal
Truptraj Pandya- World’s Youngest Tabla Performer and Super Dancer Chapter 3 winner Rupsa Batabyal gave mesmerising performances on the occasion. Truptraj Pandya, a Guinness Record Holder gave breath-taking table performance. At the same time, everyone was amazed to see the miracle of super dancer Rupsa Batabyal.
National Rewards to ALLEN Champs along with their parents
- The students of classes 3rd to 7th who stood on ALLEN Champ Rank 1st received cash prizes of ₹ 1,00,000 along with 15 gm Gold medal, Champion’s Trophy.
- Similarly, students of classes 8th to 10th who stood on ALLEN Champ Rank 1st received cash prizes of ₹ 2,00,000 along with 15 gm Gold medal, Champion’s Trophy.
- 2nd Rankers of classes 3rd to 7th received cash prizes of ₹ 75000 along with 10 gm Gold medal, Champion’s Trophy.
- Similarly, students of classes 8th to 10th who stood on ALLEN Champ Rank 2nd received cash prizes of ₹ 1,50,000 along with 10 gm Gold medal, Champion’s Trophy.
- 3rd Rankers of classes 3rd to 7th received cash prizes of ₹ 50000 along with 5 gm Gold medal, Champion’s Trophy.
- Similarly, students of classes 8th to 10th who stood on ALLEN Champ Rank 3rd received cash prizes of ₹ 1,00,000 along with 5 gm Gold medal, Champion’s Trophy.
- Along with this student who secured up to rank 10 in each class were felicitated with cash prizes medal, Champion’s Trophy.
Students of Allen Pre-Nurture and Career Foundation Division were awarded prizes worth ₹ 4 lacs.
ALLEN Champ Ranks 1 was bagged by Pratyush Mohanty of Class 3rd, Adrika Sar of Class 4th, Mahroof Ahmed of Class 5th, Darsh Kedia of Class 6th, Mannat Bindra of Class 7th, Priyanka Sar of Class 8th, Om Prakash Behra of Class 9th and Mihir Kothari of Class 10.
ALLEN Champ Ranks 2 were bagged by Aarav Anil Rao of Class 3rd, Yash Kumar of Class 4th, Kanav Talwar of Class 5th, Aditya Nayak of Class 6th, Aryan Das of Class 7th, Yash Mishra of Class 8th, Mahit Gadhiwala of Class 9th and Parth Himanshu Patel of Class 10.
ALLEN Champ Ranks 3 were bagged by Aarav Vijay of Class 3rd, Aadi Parakh of Class 4th, Masroor Ahmed Khan of Class 5th, Arnav Nigam Class 6th, Anish Singh of Class 7th, Armaan Pratik Pasayat Class 8th, Seetal Class 9th and Dhyey Mavani of Class 10.
Arunima Sinha, Padma Shri Awardee, shared her experiences and success story with the students
I want to encourage physically disabled people of the country
Padma Shri Arunima Sinha, a former Indian volleyball player, mountaineer and the first female amputee to scale Mount Everest and Mount Vinson, said that no one can beat us if our spirits are high. Our weakness can become our strength. Set big goals and work hard to achieve them.
She further added Fear is our enemy, do not let the fear dominate you. I have climbed the peaks of the seven continents along with Mount Everest. My mother is the biggest source of strength. I want to become the support of disabled people of the country and replenish energy not only in our country but also in the world. I desire to open an academy in India where the physically disabled have the freedom to pursue their dreams, every facility will be provided to them.
13-year-old entrepreneur Tilak Mehta aims to have a turnover of Rs 100 crore by 2020
Tilak Mehta launched his company Papers N Parcels in 2017, to uberise courier services in the Mumbai city. He is the Youngest Panelist in Forbes Leadership & Youngest Wonderprenuer Awardee.
He said that in today’s scenarios we have the technology, which gives us the strength to think innovatively and move forward. We should think differently and get involved in achieving the goal. I have worked with Dabbawalas of Mumbai and now I aim to have a turnover of Rs 100 crore by 2020