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The sentence students write on their entry form is used because it contains every letter of the alphabet "The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog". Competitors are divided in three groups based on their age/grade
The contest entries, both manuscript (print) and cursive, will be judged according to the Zaner-Bloser Keys to Legibility: Shape, Size, Spacing, and Slant.
1st December 2019 - 12th February 2020
The round will be held at school.
Total of 45 minutes.
Each participant gets INR 699/- worth of gifts.
Recognition certificate and pronounciation tool for top 3 students per category. And one complimentary issue (worth INR 100/-) of Reader’s Digest.
National round will be held at
Kidzania, Sector - 18 Noida, U.P.
One Special Winner will get a chance to go on exquisite holiday location. — Courtesy Club Mahindra
Top 100 participants of each grade from 3 to 8 will be eligible for appearing in this round.
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