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Seventh Allen Champs’ Day celebrated at Allen Samaras Auditorium

The Allen Career Institute is always committed towards the motivation of the talents of the country. Allen Champs were declared on the basis of the overall achievements of the talents.
Seventh Allen Champion’s Day was celebrated at the Allen Samaras Auditorium of Allen Sammunat campus in Jawahar Nagar in Kota city on Tuesday in which the announcement and felicitation of the Allen Champ were done. The ceremony commenced with the Ganesh Vandana presentation by Disha Delphi School students.
While speaking as the chief guest, Brigadier Parimal Pant said that the country’s youth can give a new direction, and students should have such enthusiasm among themselves. There should be a passion for serving the country. All of you want to make your career and keep your passion for serving the country. You can also serve the Indian army as doctors and engineers.
Speaking his mind, Director, Allen Career Institute, Naveen Maheshwari said that Allen carries the aim of providing the best facilities to the Allen students. There should be the best teachers, the best students, and the best educational environment. If all these three aspects meet, then there remain most chances for accomplishing the dreams. The student’s career is made, and they become examples before the family and society, bringing awareness in society.
Addressing students on occasion, Director, Allen Career Institute, Brajesh Maheshwari, said that every student is unique and his talent is different, so every student should compete instead of others. Students should always strive to move forward. An example of Former President and scientist APJ Abdul Kalam is before everyone. If you do hard work, then you will surely succeed.
Vice President of Allen Career Institute, Tushar Parekh, said that earlier Allen Champ was organized in Kota only but it has been organized at 13 different locations this year due to the prevalent Covid-19 pandemic situation. Here talents of classes 3 to 10 have been selected as Allen Champs based on their academic achievements.
Also, felicitation of 80 Assured awardees of class 3 to 10 is being done at the Allen Champ ceremony. Allen Champs is being organized at Guwahati, Raipur, Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Kochi, Indore, Mumbai, Nagpur, Kota, Chennai, Durgapur, Delhi, and Bhubaneswar towns of the country.
Speaking at the event, Vice-President, Allen, Pankaj Birla said that Allen aims to give appropriate guidance to talented students. If counseling of the kids is done at an early age and they are committed towards their career then, they certainly achieve what they desire in life.


Total 15 Champs of the country were felicitated at the Allen Champs event. Class 9 student, Taes Padhihari got 1 Rank in Allen Champ and grabbed Rs 1.40 lakh award while Ritwik Khandelwal stood 1 in class 7 for which he was awarded Rs 70000. Rank-2 getter in Class 10, Mandeep Parida was awarded Rs 1.05 lakh award at the Allen Champ.
Similarly, Jeel Gabani was felicitated with Rs 52500 for grabbing Rank 4 in class. Swaraj Nandi, Mayank Gupta, and Kartik Guliya were each awarded Rs 21000 for achieving Rank 8, 9, and 10 of class 10 at Allen Champs. 8th Ranker Danyansh Hemendra Shinde got Rank 3 in Allen champs and was felicitated with Rs 70000.
While 7 Ranker, Ansh Agarwal, and Aadit Kumar Sahu were awarded Rs 21700 cheque. The 4 Ranker of class 8 Aman Cycla was rewarded Rs 52500 and 6 Ranker of class 8 Jagriti Gaur was awarded Rs 21000. Devesh Pankaj Bhaiyya was awarded Rs 35000 while 6 rankers of class 6 Aradhya Gupta and 8 Ranker of class 5 was honored with Rs 14700 award each.


Students’ cultural performances at the Allen Champ enthralled audiences at the 7th Allen Champ Awards. Along with Yoga performance, Skit on social media disadvantages and cultural programs on Hindi film songs set the perfect tempo for the ceremony on Tuesday evening. All the participant students who gave cultural performances were also felicitated with the Talent Trophy.

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