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Dell Champs: Siblings from city come fourth

Covai Post Network

A brother-sister duo from the city became the third runner up in the 5th season of Dell Champs, which was aimed at showcasing the role of the personal computer in the process of learning.

The program, which was conducted in 625 schools across 25 tier 2- tier cities, was in line with Dell’s pan India PC for education initiative ‘Dell Aarambh’, launched in June 2016.

The third runner up duo this year is Sriram Arasu from PSBB Millennium School, Coimbatore and his sister, Supraja Arasu, the results announced by Dell India, said on Tuesday.

“Dell Champs– 2017” features an interactive technology-based quiz which serves as a unique platform for parents to come together with their child and collaborate in the use of the PC, a company release said.

The winners of the city level round went on to compete in the final round at a pan India level, which also included a final project, with topics assigned to the student-parent duo.

The winner, Akshat Shahjade from Choithram-Indore International School, Indore, partnered with his father, Ashok Shahjade, was awarded a scholarship of Rs.One lakh along with the latest Dell All-In-One PC.

The first runner up, Anushka Jain from Anand Niketan School, Ahmedabad, partnered with her father, Manoj Jain and was awarded a scholarship of Rs. 50,000 and a Dell desktop.

The second runner up, Nidhi Kulkarni from Podar International School, Mysore partnered with her father, Ramesh Kulkarni, was awarded a Dell TFT Monitor.

The third runner up, Sriram Arasu from PSBB Millennium School, Coimbatore partnered with his sister, Supraja Arasu and was awarded a Dell TFT Monitor.

“Dell Champs has been a crucial component in our efforts to reach out to young students to demonstrate how the PC can serve as acknowledge hub and a content creation tool, in their early years of growth. When students and their parents collaborate to use technology, they are able to collectively understand and leverage the capability of technology to create an engaging learning experience,” Director, Marketing, Consumer and Small Business, Dell India Ritu Gupta commented.