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Siasat Talent Hunt website launched, golden opportunity for students to get global recognition


Hyderabad: Aiming at identifying talents in students across the world and discovering and showcasing their hidden talents, by way of proper use of internet, Siasat has launched Siasat Talent Hunt website, which will hold competitions for children. Students interested to take part in the competitions being held under the patronage of Siasat, can visit website www.mysuperbrain.com/siasat.

CEO My Super Brain, Mr. B Raghvendra Reddy told that students around the globe have access to internet hence these competitions is a golden opportunity for them to increase their potentials and polish their hidden talents. The recognition of talents of students till now was limited to competitions held in school or city level. But due to online painting, essay and poetry competitions, students’ creativity can reach across the world and it is a golden opportunity for students to get global recognition, he said.

Siasat editor, Mr. Zahid Ali Khan launched the website on Wednesday. News editor Siasat, Mr. Amer Ali Khan was also present on the occasion. In order to take part in the competitions, students must first register themselves online.

Siasat Talent Hunt is being conducted in three age groups. Kids (Grades I to III), Junior (Grades IV to VI) and Senior (Grades VII to IX), the top student in each category will get a tablet and the top 100 students in the entire competition will be getting gift vouchers and certificates.

The Siasat Talent Hunt section will have new Quizzes everyday to help you test your knowledge and also to improve it, new articles and videos to improve your knowledge immensely, global competitions where you get an opportunity to showcase your amazing skills in a variety of areas and educational Games to help you have fun while learning.

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