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Top 50 Teachers to get Oswaal Books launched ‘Student’s Choice Awards’ based on student votes

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Oswaal Books has announced the launch of the Student’s Choice Awards, a nationwide contest to reward India’s Incredible Teachers who made a difference in the life of students. This contest itself will be taken through the independent voting done by students, and the top 50 most voted teachers will be rewarded with prizes worth INR 2.5 Lacs.

Teachers have been a paragon of patience and perseverance. Thank you for sticking by your students throughout these tumultuous times,” said Prashant Jain, CEO at Oswaal Books. “India’s Incredible Teachers – Student’s Choice Award is a token of our appreciation towards their unwavering contributions in the daytime and countless hours of technical self-learnings at night, along with varied challenges including attendance shortage, lack of students engagement, technical glitches, or a combination of these and more,” he further added.

The contest has been organized for students to show gratitude toward their teachers. Students can nominate their teachers for the ‘India’s Incredible Teachers – Student’s Choice Award’, and the top 50 most voted teachers will be rewarded.

Nominate your Incredible Teacher

  • Visit the Student’s Choice Award webpage on the official website of Oswaal Books and fill in your necessary details.
  • Nominate your teacher with their regular details and submit the google form.

The nominations will end on 31st August 2022

Visit the Student’s Choice Awards page and nominate your incredible teacher – https://oswaalbooks.com/pages/incredible-teachers-students-choice-awards?utm_source=wa-status&utm_medium=india%27s-incredible-teachers

 

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