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NMS students excel in quiz

NMS students excel in quiz

Young and enthusiastic learners of New Millennium School, starred in Asianet Think and Learn Challenge Quiz Contest conducted in Dubai.   

ATLC is a unique contest designed to encourage various skills in students like problem-solving, visual reasoning, linguistic, mathematical and scientific aptitude. 

More than 30 CBSE schools across GCC countries participated. 

The NMS team comprising of Arihant Jain and Rujul Wankhede along with Pranav Pujari and Saketh Manakkil were qualified for the Final Gulf round. They had bagged the first and second position respectively, in the Country round. 

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Among the six teams who competed in the Final Gulf round, Arihant Jain and Rujul Wankhede secured the fourth position.

On this occasion Dr. Ravi Pillai, Chairman and Geetha Pillai, Managing Director congratulated the students and appreciated their efforts. Principal  Arun Kuumar Sharma applauded the young achievers and reiterated that their success reflects hardwork and dedication.




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