LEAD announces winners of India’s biggest student championship

 LEAD announces winners of India’s biggest student championshipDelhi, 12 January 2023: LEAD, India’s largest School Edtech company, has announced the winners of LEAD Championships 2022.  An exclusive, national-level platform for students of LEAD-powered schools, LEAD Championships brings hitherto unavailable exposure, opportunities, and unique experiences to students in India’s small towns.  LEAD Championships 2022 was open to more than 1.2 million pre-primary-Class 9 students in 3000+ LEAD partner schools across India.  By motivating students to practice and demonstrate powerful 21st century skills such as Communication, Creative Thinking, and Collaboration, LEAD ensures deep conceptual understanding and holistic learning outcomes.

The grand finale of LEAD Championships 2022 was held at an action-packed grand finale event at Hyderabad, where finalists from LEAD-powered schools across India performed with confidence and gusto.  Winners’ details are available at https://championships.leadschool.in/Champions_Wall.php

Category Name Class Champion School State
Pre-primary Li’l Champs Pre-Primary  – Class  2 Darla Tanishq Montessori Penguin Andhra Pradesh
English English Champs Jr. (Classes 3 – 5)

Sr. (Classes 6 – 9)

S Muskaan Singh

Sunidhi Singh

Pratibha Educare

Paradise Public School

Andhra Pradesh

Himachal Pradesh

Science Science Champs Jr. (Classes 3 – 5)

Sr. (Classes 6 – 9)

Ayushmaan and Sanvi

Beethov Michael

Samagra Abhyuday Public School

Mansarovar The School, Betul

Uttar Pradesh

Madhya Pradesh

Quiz Quiz Champs Sr. (Classes 6 – 9) Panav Jagota Springdale College Uttar Pradesh
Coding Coding Champs Sr. (Classes 6 – 8) Navya PJ and Himavarsha Pragna Innovative School Andhra Pradesh

LEAD Co-Founder & CEO Sumeet Mehta said, “My heartiest congratulations to the winners of LEAD Championships 2022 for their outstanding achievement!  Winning a national student championship from among thousands of participants across the country is no small feat, especially for a student in a small town. It speaks to the dedication, confidence, hard work, and natural talent of the winners.  We are honoured to be a part of the holistic learning journey of LEAD students, and look forward to all that they will achieve in the future.”

Pranav Jagota of Springdale College said, I am delighted to be recognized at a national level platform like LEAD Championships 2022.  I’d like to thank my teachers for their support and guidance, without which this win would not have been possible.  Preparing for the Championships has helped me improve my understanding of concepts.  I am also learning how to communicate and collaborate better, and to hone my creative skills. 

Priya Anand, Principal of Springdale College said “We are extremely proud of Pranav Jagota’s win at LEAD Championships 2022.  Pranav’s hard work and dedication have truly paid off, and he is an inspiration to his peers.  Exposure to such national level opportunities truly helps build student confidence and LEAD is doing commendable work in ensuring that school students all across India are able to maximise their learning journey and outcomes.  Associating with LEAD has helped us level up on future-ready education. 

The ‘Li’l Champs’ and ‘English Champs’ categories in LEAD Championships 2022 focused on building communication, elocution, and public-speaking skills.  The ‘Science Champs’ category provided students the opportunity to demonstrate conceptual understanding of scientific concepts through projects that solve real-world problems.  ‘Quiz Champs’ tested students’ general knowledge, including science, sports, and entertainment and the newly introduced ‘Coding Champs’ category provided students with an opportunity to code and design apps.

The winners of LEAD Championships 2022 took home exciting prizes worth Rs. 10 lakhs including laptops, tablets, goodies, and badges, in addition to the coveted LEAD Champions Trophy.  More than 80000 students also received digital certificates of participation. This year, LEAD also introduced its mascot Tiggy, a cheerleader and buddy to all students participating in the nationwide competition!

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