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Avanija Menon

I am Avanija Menon. I am in the 8th standard in New English School. I am 12 years old. I am from Kerala. I had participated in many quiz competitions in my school. I was a national champion in the UCMAS Abacus Competition. I participated at the Marrs International Spelling Bee Competition that was held in Bangalore and had also won a prize. I had got the certificate of excellence from the Ramanujan Mathematics Olympiad. I also received a prize in the Malarvadi Kuwait Quiz. I am an avid reader and my favourite author is Marcus Sedgwick. I am a good piano player. I am good at acting.


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The DoFE Bronze Award in Fujairah – A Once in A Lifetime Experience
On November 24, 80 of the selected candidates for The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award – Bronze, had our qualifying expedition in Fujairah, UA...
Gender Socio
Since day one, when we step into the world, we are classified in a variety of ways that are not noticed commonly. Painting a baby’s room either pink ...
Animal Testing – Is it really necessary?
Right now, in this cruel world, an innumerable number of animals are being tortured, suffered and slaughtered, all for our entertainment and ‘needs’....
‘Music has always been my passion’-Lathika
The daughter of Sadhavisan Bhagavatham and Nalini, Lathika teacher is a highly reputed playback singer whose voice hit the music charts in the late 1...
Should students get paid for good grades?
Imagine, every time you get good grades, your teachers or parents hand out money to you. To be sure, this may sound crazy to the elders, but what if ...
How Important are Ambitions in Your Life and The Lives of other Young Adults
Have you ever set out to finish a project a week before the due date, but ended up rushing and messing it up right on the due date? Did you ever want...
Marcus Sedgwick – A salient writer
It was January 2015 back then, when I entered my English classroom, all set for the 2nd term. It was the first day after the long winter break which ...
Should a government influence people’s diets?
KFC, Burger King, McDonald’s ……… the list goes on and on. The innumerable number of fast food outlets will keep on growing and growing, eventually in...
Should the internet be banned for teenagers?
Imagine – no internet. Sounds like going fifty years back to the past. What if we were not allowed to use the internet? What if the internet was bann...
Should Bullying Be Supported?
Bullying. The first picture that comes to our minds when we hear this word is of a well-built, stout boy beating up a thinner, scared lad just for hi...
Female Scientists Who Changed The World
When we think of the word scientist, popular names like Isaac Newton or Albert Einstein come to our mind. But, besides Isaac Newton, Albert Einstein,...
ZOOS – Do we need them?
Zoo is a common term used for an open space which holds different species of animals for display. Most of us enjoy going to zoos. Zoos are a major id...
Should mobile phones and androids be allowed to schools?
In a world, where technology has become more advanced, students have started to bring electronic devices like mobile phones and Ipads to schools. The...

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