Chennai: Dell India, a leading end-to-end technology solutions provider, today announced the second edition of ‘Dell Champs – 2014’ School Programme, a 20 city student-outreach programme woven around the theme, ‘Education, Empowerment & Entertainment’.
The ‘Dell Champs – 2014’ programme features an interactive technology based quiz contest that provides a unique platform for parents to participate with their child and be a partner in their success. The teams comprising of a parent and child studying in class 5th – 7th standard will vie for the title of ‘Dell Champs’ 2014. This grand quiz contest will reveal the geniuses of tomorrow in 400 schools across 20 Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities throughout India and make the winning team a Dell Champ.
The competition will be conducted in three levels with the first being the ‘School level’, where interested teams will have a written Preliminary round out of which six teams will be chosen and a Final On-stage Round from which two teams will be chosen to represent the school in the City Finals.
The school level contest will be followed by an Interactive Internet Safety workshop as part of Dell’s School Contact Programme, to educate children and parents on how to use the web safely and tips on implementing and exercising online safety norms.
The second round will involve the top two school teams to compete in the ‘City level’ contest, and the 20 City level finalists will complete in an online quiz in the ‘National level’. The top four teams will receive All-in-One from Dell while the rest of the sixteen finalists receive trophies from Dell and each of the schools they represent will receive gratifications from Dell.
The 20 cities include Meerut, Amritsar, Chandigarh, Indore, Lucknow, Ludhiana, Kochi, Coimbatore, Madurai, Mangalore, Ahmedabad, Raipur, Jaipur, Nagpur, Pune, Surat, Bhubaneswar, Jamshedpur, Vijayawada and Vishakhapatnam and will be covered over a period of three months.
P Krishnakumar, Executive Director & GM – Consumer & SB, Dell India said, “Dell Champs – 2014 brings together the enthusiasm of young students with a thirst for knowledge, with the aspirations of their parents. The programme collaboratively engages students and parents alike in an effort to showcase how technology enables and augments the education process for a school going student.”
Kerala IT News