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SIP Prodigy Competition Showcases Exceptional Math Skills of Telangana's Young Geniuses

A unique and exciting competition called SIP Prodigy took place on Sunday morning at the Classic Convention in Shamshabad, bringing together 2,500 children aged 6 to 12 years. The event, titled SIP Regional Prodigy 2023 Telangana, was inaugurated by Managing Director of SIP Academy, Mr. Dinesh Victor, and renowned DRDO Missile Scientist, Dr. A. Ramachander Rao, who is also the proud parent of a SIP Academy alumnus.





Addressing the young participants, Dr. A. Ramachander Rao compared children to missiles, highlighting the importance of guidance in their journey towards success. He emphasized the distinction between guided and unguided missiles, drawing parallels to children's education. By studying under proper guidance, children can unleash their full potential and accomplish their goals with precision. Dr. Rao encouraged the young minds, seeing great potential in them, referring to them as math scientists and inspiring them to view failures as valuable learning opportunities.


Mr. Dinesh Victor shared the remarkable journey of SIP Academy, which was initiated in Hyderabad in 2003 and has now expanded to 23 states across India. With two lakh students receiving training each year in over 350 cities, SIP Academy has established 950 franchise centers and partnerships with more than 1000 schools. Their impact has even reached 15 countries, where Abacus training is now available. In Telangana alone, 54 training centers cater to 8000 children annually. Over the past two decades, SIP Academy has proudly trained ten lakh children, instilling not only mathematical skills but also vital life skills.


Following the intense competition, a fun-filled activity tested the children's ability to maintain focus and perform math calculations at high speed amidst distractions and loud music.





SIP Academy, India's largest skill development organization for children aged 6 to 12 years, conducted this regional round competition in the city, attracting 2,500 participants. The challenge was formidable, with participants completing 200 calculations in just 11 minutes, surpassing the speed of calculators. The winners of this competition will advance to the national level, scheduled for November.


The Prodigy event celebrates the exceptional talents of the brightest students each year. It provides a platform for children to showcase their mathematical skills and has become a significant annual milestone for SIP Academy. Bharat V, Head of SIP Academy in Telangana, shared that over the past 17 years, more than 150 Prodigy events have been organized, recognizing outstanding achievements.


The competition will culminate with the champions, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd runners-up being awarded trophies as a testament to their remarkable abilities.


SIP Academy's world-class skill development programs have made a profound impact on the mental capabilities of children, earning a reputation for nurturing child prodigies with extraordinary intelligence. Their achievements have been recognized by the Limca Book of Records on five occasions, further highlighting their excellence in shaping young minds.

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