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2nd edition of Dettol Hygiene Olympiad winners announced

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Reckitt, leading consumer health and Hygiene Company, on Dec 6 announced 15 winners of the second edition of Dettol Hygiene Olympiad. The details of winners are as under :

 

Position Student District State/UT
Level 1 winners (Class 1-2)
1 Somesh Uttarkashi Uttarakhand
2 Roshan Panika Namsai Arunachal Pradesh
3 Avreet Kaur Sirmour Himachal Pradesh
Level 2 winners (Class 3-4)
1 A Oviya Meenatchipet Puducherry
2 Naveen Bikaner Rajasthan
3 Pari Sonker Gorakhpur Uttar Pradesh
Level 3 winners (Class 5-6)
1 Sakshi Kota Rajasthan
2 Stanzin Puzang Leh Ladakh
3 Shamanoor Ibrahimbhai Majgul Jambur, Gir Somnath Gujarat
Level 4 winners (Class 7-8)
1 Safeena Batool Naugawan, Amroha Uttar Pradesh
2 Nikhil Chaube Jagdore, Maharajganj Uttar Pradesh
3 V Saran Kumar Tiruchirappalli Tamil Nadu
Level 5 winners (Class 9-10)
1 U Dinesh Nagarkurnool Telangana
2 Fozia Zehra Ichigam Budgam Jammu & Kashmir
3 Pema Choden Tamang Uttarey, Gyalshing Sikkim

 

The Olympiad was organized with the aim to raise awareness about the role that hygiene plays in preventing childhood illnesses. The 15 Olympiad winners, accompanied by their teachers, were felicitated at the launch of Dettol Banega Swasth India Season 10 in Mumbai.

Dettol Hygiene Olympiad 2.0 successfully reached over 30 million children across 28 states and 8 union territories in the country, empowering children even in the most remote corners of India with essential knowledge and best practices around handwashing hygiene. Students in 2500 gurukuls and other religious education schools also participated, with exam papers available to them in Sanskrit language to ensure accessibility to a diverse audience. The exam was divided into five levels for children aged 6 to 16 years, comprising of Multiple-Choice Questions (MCQs) on health and hygiene. Students from class 1 and 2 appeared for level 1 examination; level 2 exam was taken by the students of class 3 and 4; level 3 exam was for class 5 and 6; level 4 for class 7 and 8; and level 5 was taken by the students of class 9 and 10. A total of 15 students (three in each level) across the country were awarded cash prizes, with the first position winning INR 50,000, second position winning INR 35,000 and third position winning INR 15,000.

 Ravi Bhatnagar, Director, External Affairs & Partnerships, SOA, Reckitt, said, “Reckitt’s commitment to hygiene, health and sanitation has motivated India’s young minds to champion the domains associated with positive sanitation. We are delighted to witness the astounding results of the second edition of Dettol Hygiene Olympiad (DHO) that took on the formidable task of reaching the farthest corners of India; from Namsai and Anjaw, the last villages perched on the border of Arunachal Pradesh, to the remote Talala in Gujarat; from Uttarey near the Nepal border in Sikkim and Champai in Mizoram, to Budgam in Kashmir. It gave us immense pleasure to celebrate the success of children from different corners of India and are confident that their enthusiasm and knowledge will contribute to the country’s health progress.”

 

 

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