As many as ten students from Chhattishgarh have made it to the merit list of National level Digital Olympiad. Students of Chhattisgarh stood 5th at the national level.
Devansh Soni, class III student from Janjgir Champa got second prize in Hindi subject, Sakhi Kaur Khalsa of Dhamtari won third prize in English subject, 5th Khushi Haldhar of Kanker won second prize in Science subject, Divyansh Sahu of Gariaband district won 1st prize in Mathematics, Saumya Verma of Durg won second prize in English subject, Devanshu Dewangan of Raipur won second prize in Hindi subject, Chirag Garg of Balrampur district won second prize in Physics, Rajendra Verma of Rajnandgaon won third prize and Rishabh Tripathi of Dhamtari won Dhamtari district.
School Education Minister Dr Premasai Singh Tekam said that the Digital Olympiad is the best medium to keep the competitive spirit among the students alive in this Covid crisis. By participating in this, students not only develop their ability, but are also able to assess the level of their preparation at the national level. Dr Tekam expressed his views on this at the Public Service Center (CSC) Olympiad Awards distribution ceremony held at the New Circuit House in Raipur on Thursday. He gave away prizes to students. The Olympiad was organized by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, Government of India on subjects like Hindi, English, Mathematics, Science, Physics, Chemistry etc. from October 12 to November 4. Around 11000 children from Chhattisgarh registered their participation in Digital Olympiad.
Dr Tekam said that 2 lakh 4 thousand children from all over the country participated in the Digital Olympiad.
On this occasion, the Head of State of Public Service Center-e-Governance Service India Limited Madan Mohan Raut informed that registration for this national level digital Olympiad competition started from April 1.