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Sterlite honours district toppers

Tuticorin : Sterlite Copper presented its 16th Scholastic Excellence Awards at a function held at Alagar Mahal here on Thursday. Mrs.S.Madhumathi IAS, Commissioner, Thoothukudi City Municipal Corporation presented the awards to the district toppers of 10th and 12th public examinations.

The first, second and third rank holders of 12th standard examination were conferred with a certificate and a cash prize of Rs 50,000, Rs 30,000 and Rs 20,000 respectively. The first, second and third rank holders of 10th standard examination were presented a certificate and cash prize of Rs 25,000, Rs 20,000 and Rs 15,000 respectively. Mr.K.Munusamy, Chief Educational Officer, Thoothukudi presented the awards to the toppers among government schools in the district.

Mr.P.Ramnath, Chief Executive Officer, Sterlite Copper presented awards to the schools as well as teachers who produced rank holders.

Speaking on the occasion, Mrs.S.Madhumathi said, “I appreciate the efforts taken by Sterlite to motivate underprivileged children to go for higher education.”

Mr.P.Ramnath congratulated all the award winners and said that Sterlite was privileged to be part of their success and will continue to support the cause of education. He also added that Sterlite is giving educational scholarships to poor children every year.

In the class 12 exam category, Banumathi.S (1182 Marks) of Kamaraj Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Kovilpatti, Mariashiny Kamala Chandrika.M (1182 Marks) of Kamak Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Thoothukudi, Sai Kumar.G (1182 Marks) of St.Thomas Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Thoothukudi, Justin Raja.P (1181 Marks) of Ravilla.K.R.Appaswamy Naidu Vidhyashram Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Kovilpatti, and Siva Kumar.S (1180 Marks) Of Sakthi Vinayakar Hindu Vidhayala, Thoothukudi received the awards from Mr.APCV Chockalingam.

Noor Benazir. M.I (1152 marks) of Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Kayalpatnam, Velkani.E (1151 marks) of Government Higher Secondary School, Valavallan and Velammal.S (1145 marks) of Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Kovilpatti received the awards under government schools category.

For the SSLC exams, Santhiya.P.S (499 marks), Anjana Jothi (498 marks) Garishma.T (498 marks) of Anitha Kumaran Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Nishu.M.S (498 marks) of Holycross Anglo Indian Higher Secondary School, Thoothukudi, Prabha (498 marks) of Geetha Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Thoothukudi, Shriharini.P (498 marks) of Ravilla.K.R.Appaswamy Naidu Vidhyashram Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Kovilpatti, Abirami Sobana.R (497 marks), Anisha.R (497 marks), Jascinth Praiselin.J (497 marks), Subashree Visalatchi.P (497 marks) of Anitha Kumaran Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Adhitya.V (497 marks) of Ravilla.K.R.Appaswamy Naidu Vidhyashram Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Kovilpatti, Afrin Hajira.A, Selva Priya (497 marks) of X’an Matriculation School, Thoothukudi, Fathima Nasarin.M (497 marks) of Subbiah Vidhayalam Girls Higher Secondary School, Thoothukudi, Keerthana .K, Nancy Priceila.B, Shiny S, Velammal T M (497 marks) of Holycross Anglo Indian Higher Secondary School, Thoothukudi, Dominic.R (497 marks) of St.Thomas Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Thoothukudi, Keerthi Hassthan.T (497 marks) of St.Pauls Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Kovilpatti were presented the scholastic awards.

S.Sathyapriya (494 marks) of Government Higher Secondary School, Uthupatti, Devi Nattar.R (491 marks) of Government Higher Secondary School, Kongarayakurichi, Noor Sipna.A (490 marks) of Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Eral, Esakkiammal.P (490 marks) of Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Kayalpatnam received the awards under government schools category.

Tree saplings were also presented to everyone to commemorate the world environment day.

Mr.APCV Chockalingam, Honorary Secretary, VOC Education Society, Mr.Dharmaraj, President – CII, Mr.Suresh Bose, Head – HR, Mr.Vinod Wagh, General Manager – Engineering Services, Mr.R.Ramesh, General Manager, Community Relations, Sterlite Copper, NGOs, teachers and parents of the students were also present during the event.

Photo Cut – Line: Mrs.S.Madhumathi IAS, Commissioner, Thoothukudi City Municipal Corporation presenting scholastic excellence award to a district topper during a function organised by Sterlite Copper in Tuticorin. Mr.P.Ramnath, Chief Executive Officer, Sterlite Copper is also seen in the picture.

For further information, please contact:

R.Ramesh

Head – Community Relations
Vedanta Limited (Sterlite Copper – Tuticorin Division)
Tel: +91 461 424 2940
r.ramesh@vedanta.co.in

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