SMARTUR.COM, a leading online test provider announced results for the online tests it had running since August 2014 for students of Classes 1 to 10 across India. A whole set of students from the school bagged prizes across subjects and classes.
D Bhargava, student of Amrutha Varshini Vidyalaya. Kumarapatnam, Ranebennur Taluq, Haveri District has made the state proud by securing the First place at the National level Online Mathematics Test conducted by Smartur.com, an online educational content provider. He is entitled to a Lenovo Laptop for his achievement.
The second place and third place were secured by Atharva of Indira National School, Pune, Maharashtra and Ashresha from DAV School, Khammam, Andhra Pradesh respectively. With 8000 students participating in this online contest over a span of 6 months, it is worth noting that the first place was secured by a student from a rural school.
This massive online initiative to promote Maths abilities among school students by Smartur.com saw huge interest among the student community. Bhargava solved 31,854 maths problems to garner 4933 points.
The management, teaching fraternity and students of Amrutha Varshini Vidyalaya congratulate Bhargava D on his achievement and wish him continued success in the years to come.
Attached below are certain photos and newspaper clippings showcasing his achievement
Amrutha Varshini Vidyalaya, Kumarapatnam, won the Orange prize and was declared among the top 20 schools across the district of Haveri in embracing nature in its environs.
Across 1495 schools in the district, our school was one among the 20 schools that were declared environment friendly. As a measure of environment friendliness, the Pollution Control Board (PCB, Haveri) had asked each school to submit a self assessment across 6 topics namely
back in the month of January.
This was followed by a team of experts from the PCB who visited each of the schools who had submitted the self assessments to grade them.
At the school level, a team of 10 student representatives and 2 teachers was formed to take the lead in conceiving and implementing nature conservation projects. Named 'Akash Ganga', it was under the banner of this team that we undertook the Tungabhadra River Bank cleaning project. Smt. Katyayani Rao, one of the trustees and an ardent environment lover, is guiding the team.
An update on activities undertaken to improve the quality of the school in general