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5th Bangla Olympiad held

5th Bangla Olympiad held

International Turkish Hope School recently hosted the 5th interschool Bangla Olympiad on its premises in the capital, says a press release.
The school has been celebrating Bangla Olympiad since 2012 with a view to increase the interest of students from English medium schools in their mother tongue and culture.
This year, a total of 938 participants from 32 different schools competed in five different categories, including poetry recitation, essay contest, art and drawing competition, music competition and dance contest. The contests were sub-divided into different groups, depending on junior and senior categories.
For poetry recitation, Mir Reenaz Nawar of The Aga Khan School became first in Group A (Class 3-5), while Nowrose Nower Nafi from Turkish Hope School topped Group B (Class 6-12).
In essay writing, Orthy Aaiyana from Sunnydale School came first in Group A (Class 6-8) and Ayshe Abrar Nowshin from Turkish Hope secured first place from Group B (Class 9-12).
In the art and drawing competition, Lamisa Zahin of Scholastica School was first from Group A (Class 3-5), Sifat Binte Reaz of Oxford International School came first in Group B (Class 6-8), while Fatima Shaid from Playpen School secured top position from Group C (Class 9-12).
In dance, Anisha Islam Deya of Turkish Hope topped Group A (Class 3-5), while Mariama Muktadir Chowdhury from Maple Leaf International School secured first place from Group B (Class 6-8).
In music competition, Sayra Mahmud of Yale International School and Umaima Binte Rokaiya of Scholastica School jointly became first from Group A (Class 3-5), while Dipro Nishanto from Sunnydale School and Lamisa Samara from Delhi Public School jointly became first from Group B (Class 6-12). Among foreign students, Manashi from Delhi Public School won first place in Group C (Class 1-5), while Divya Ranmalee of the same school topped Group D (Class 6-12).
Besides the hosts and the schools achieving first places, other participating schools were Sunbeams School, Australian International School, Dhanmondi Tutorial, Rajuk Uttara Model College, Don Bosco School & College, Manarat International School and College, Sristy Academic School, South Breeze School, Sea Breeze International School, Singapore School Kinderland, Viqarunnisa Noon School & College, Daffodil International School, Sristy Central School & College, Stride International School, Life Preparatory School, Marie Curie School, Little Jewels School, Northern International School, Penfield School, Al-Hidayah International School, BAF Shaheen College, Kids Campus and Techno-Cider International School.

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Published by the Editor on behalf of Independent Publications Limited at Media Printers, 446/H, Tejgaon I/A, Dhaka-1215.
Editorial, News & Commercial Offices : Beximco Media Complex, 149-150 Tejgaon I/A, Dhaka-1208, Bangladesh. GPO Box No. 934, Dhaka-1000.

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