SIP Academy today announced the Sixteen Champions of SIP Prodigy, a unique contest that it conducted recently in Hyderabad. Sixteen kids of 6 to 12 years of age emerged as champions competing with 2500 kids who participated in the contest from across Telangana. These kids had to do 300 mathematical sums—Additions, Subtraction, Multiplications… etc in just 11 minutes. And they proved their mettle and emerged champions.
These Champions include Seersh Jain, Rishank Adi, Jaasritha Reddy Mettu, Kankatala Ashish, Amaravati Ananya, Neppali Vighnesh, Lalith Krishna Singitam, Karri Kranthi Manaswai, Pilli Abhinav Tej, Shiv Harshit, Baby Sahasra Muvva, D. Sai Nishanth Reddy, T. Aashritha, P.Sanah, Lohitaksh Duba and Gopesh Mantri.
These sixteen champions are from different levels Level 1A to 8, Alumni, and Grand Master A to C. All these winners are from various schools in Hyderabad. In fact, Hyderabad had won all the championships.
The 16 champions got eligibility to represent Telangana at the national level contest to be held in November.
Disclosing this in a press note issued in Hyderabad on Thursday, SIP Academy Telangana State Head Bharat V said it was a unique kind of competition called SIP Prodigy organised for kids aged 6 to 12 years.
SIP Academy which organizes this competition every year is India's largest skill development organization. SIP Academy conducts training for children aged 6 to 12 years across Telangana.
The kids did math calculations faster than a calculator.
It was a competition for the smartest brains. Every year, top students are recognized and their achievements are celebrated through an annual event called 'Prodigy', where the child demonstrates his/her math skills.