Tuesday, 10 September 2013

Narasimha Marjodi - Student from government school won Learnasium Open Vocab Contest 2013

Posted by Siva Kumar Ari
The following story of Narsimha Marjodi is very inspirational for everyone of us .

Narasimha Marjodi has won the Learnasium Open Vocab Contest - Monsoon Edition, 2013. He is a student of Class V who studies at Anjaiah Nagar Government Primary School, Gachibowli, He has won the competition and was declared the champion and is named as Learnasium Open Vocab Champion, he has also won a cash prize of 50,000 INR along with a trophy.

Narasimha Marjodi - Student from government school won Learnasium Open Vocab Contest 2013
Narasimha Marjodi - Student from government school won Learnasium Open Vocab Contest 2013


Narasimha Marjodi - Student from government school won Learnasium Open Vocab Contest 2013
Narasimha Marjodi - Student from government school won Learnasium Open Vocab Contest 2013

Narasimha Marjodi - Student from government school won Learnasium Open Vocab Contest 2013
Narasimha Marjodi - Student from government school won Learnasium Open Vocab Contest 2013

Narasimha Marjodi - Student from government school won Learnasium Open Vocab Contest 2013
Narasimha Marjodi - Student from government school won Learnasium Open Vocab Contest 2013

Narasimha Marjodi - Student from government school won Learnasium Open Vocab Contest 2013
Narasimha Marjodi - Student from government school won Learnasium Open Vocab Contest 2013

Narasimha Marjodi - Student from government school won Learnasium Open Vocab Contest 2013
Narasimha Marjodi - Student from government school won Learnasium Open Vocab Contest 2013

Narasimha Marjodi - Student from government school won Learnasium Open Vocab Contest 2013
Narasimha Marjodi - Student from government school won Learnasium Open Vocab Contest 2013

Narasimha Marjodi - Student from government school won Learnasium Open Vocab Contest 2013
Narasimha Marjodi - Student from government school won Learnasium Open Vocab Contest 2013

The Lernasium Open vocab contest was held at the Tech Mahindra SEZ, Hyderabad. The event was held by The Atlanta Foundation. It is one of the most unique vocabulary test . The competition was held between few corporate schools versus the government schools. Narasimha represented his  Anjaiah Nagar Government Primary School and made it to the finals and due to his hard work and determination he won in the finals .

Narasimha belongs to a poor family. He belongs to a small village in Medak district of Andhra Pradesh. His family shifted from their village to Hyderabad to earn money by doing work. Narasimha has a elder brother. So parents of Narasimha thought to send the elder children to daily labor works and and are now sending the Younger Narasimha to a nearby government school. Narasimha should much interest in his studies and learnt English in the school and always stood number one in the class. Looking at his progress reports Atlanta Foundation has invited Narasimha to the Learnasium Open Vocab Contest.




Narasimha Marjodi - Student from government school won Learnasium Open Vocab Contest 2013

Narasimha Marjodi - Student from government school won Learnasium Open Vocab Contest 2013
Narasimha Marjodi - Student from government school won Learnasium Open Vocab Contest 2013

Narasimha Marjodi - Student from government school won Learnasium Open Vocab Contest 2013
Narasimha Marjodi - Student from government school won Learnasium Open Vocab Contest 2013

Narasimha Marjodi - Student from government school won Learnasium Open Vocab Contest 2013
Narasimha Marjodi - Student from government school won Learnasium Open Vocab Contest 2013

Narasimha Marjodi - Student from government school won Learnasium Open Vocab Contest 2013
Narasimha Marjodi - Student from government school won Learnasium Open Vocab Contest 2013

Narasimha Marjodi - Student from government school won Learnasium Open Vocab Contest 2013
Narasimha Marjodi - Student from government school won Learnasium Open Vocab Contest 2013
On his own words Narasimha says : ' There used to be no food in my home earlier which used to make me hungry. I thought studying is the only solution . My parents kept me in home and haven't sent me to any school for a period of six months because they don't have enough money to make me study in a school. So i joined in a government school. My teachers helped me so much in achieving this . i have learnt English and entered the competition. At the starting of the Competition i never thought i will win , because of my teachers encouragement i could finally win it , i am extremely happy now and 50,000 INR is a big amount to my family. '

Narasimha's Mother said " 50,000 INR is a huge amount for us. we will deposit the amount in bank and will spend the amount for the higher studies of Narasimha , I am very happy for my son .

Narasimha's Teacher SESHU said " we at our government school explained the importance of English and education to our school children , children like Narasimha showed so much interest in learning English. It has improved his confidence level.'

Surely Narasimha is one of the inspirational student for many of us. almost all the corporate schools of Hyderabad has participated in the competition and lost in the finals against Narasimha.

Narasimha's story proves nothing is Impossible. Wishing good luck for his career :)

7 comments:

  1. congrats to the little boy for his sucess....

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  2. Shashankraj Kodesia10 September 2013 at 16:53

    Congrats :)

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  3. congrats brother for your work we are with you go head

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  4. congrat's marjodhi. we took class in speaking about your talents in the school. all the best

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  5. Congrats Narasimha good keep on going

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  6. Sravanthi Vadithya13 October 2013 at 08:26

    congratz bro all d best :)

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