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BrainGain Magazine announces winners of high school essay competition on combating air pollution

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New Delhi: BrainGain Magazine, a leading study abroad online magazine for students, their parents and mid-career professionals in South Asia, announced the winners of an essay competition for high school students from Grades IX-XII on combating air pollution. BrainGain Magazine conducted the essay competition in partnership with Care for Air this year, with an aim to develop an action plan with pragmatic ideas to reduce and curb air pollution.

Tripti Jain from Salwan Public School stood first and won the Kindle e-reader. Aryaman Jaiswal from St. Francis School won the second prize and grabbed a Fitbit Activity Tracker  while Jannat Arora from Sanskriti School came third to win an Amazon Gift Card. On the 4th and 5th place stood Ishitwa Chandra from DPS R.K. Puram and Nihal Srivastava from DPS International School respectively. The top five entries have been featured on BrainGain Magazine.

The winners’ announcement was made at the Student Session of the One Globe Forum, a global platform that attracts top academicians, educationists, senior government officials, bureaucrats, policy makers and corporate leaders to discuss, debate and deliberate on how to create a 21st century knowledge economy.

Some essays had very insightful recommendations such as state-funded incentives to conscientious citizens in the form of tax waivers or rewards; using clean power sources such as solar power, hydro power and wind power; and ensuring the transition to renewable energy.

Harjiv Singh, Founder & CEO of BrainGain Magazine said, “Congratulations to the winners of the competition! Participating in the essay competition has also helped the students in developing and refining their creative writing skills, critical thinking and problem solving. Such skills are imperative for students pursuing higher education in India and abroad. Since BrainGain Magazine is an excellent resource for information on higher education, we deeply appreciate being a part of an initiative that plays a role in helping them develop these abilities.”

For the past six years, BrainGain Magazine has been hosting its annual ‘study abroad information and knowledge session’ at One Globe Forum to provide students, parents and teachers a unique and platform to interact with the experts from leading foreign institutions and education-related companies. This is the fourth edition of the BrainGain Magazine essay competition. In parallel, BrainGain Magazine also organizes an education fair where foreign universities can directly engage with students from top schools in India, their parents and young professionals wanting to study abroad.

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