These Indian Kids are Emerging as Champions in U.S.
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These Indian Kids are Emerging as Champions in U.S.

By SiliconIndia   |   Wednesday, 06 June 2012, 11:09 Hrs   |    5 Comments
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Bangalore: Indian American kids are continuing the incredible saga of academic brilliance in the U.S. and it is not surprising that many young Indian kids triumph in majority of the prominent competitions that are held in the U.S. and globally. Here are some of the promising stars of tomorrow-

Snigdha Nandipati-Winner of National Spelling Bee competition

Snigdha has become the hottest topic for discussion recently, by becoming the fifth consecutive Indian-American winner of the prestigious Scripps National Spelling Bee competition in the U.S. This voracious reader rose to fame and victory by defeating eight other finalists and considers the triumph as a miracle. She received an amount of $30,000 in cash, a trophy, a $2,500 savings bond and a scholarship of $5,000.

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Reader's comments(5)
1: Congrats kids... we are proud of you as Indians. We are sure that you guys will achieve more on bigger scale in the years to come. Wish you all the best !
Posted by:GS Reddy - 06 Jun, 2012
2: Congrats snigdha
Posted by:udayalakshmi - 06 Jun, 2012
3: congrats for achievements to all but real achievement of life is not to win but by helping your nation to built that millions of people could use. hardly one of them take the courage to do some for Indian nation who is behind, most will run behind the golden cage.
Posted by:kapil - 06 Jun, 2012
4: Congrats Snigdha
Posted by:Kumar - 06 Jun, 2012
I may sound like Spoil sport, but the fact is that most Indians if given a chance to experience the liberal atmosphere in an English nation would show more or less equal brilliance. However, there is another factor also at work, connected to virtual codes. I can't explain it here. It is something else, but may merit mention here. It is based on a experimental observation that I had done with regard to my language code theories. It is this:

If a brilliant IAS officer is demoted to a clerk and a dull headed peon is promoted to a clerk, who will show more brilliance? Well, the truth is that the IAS officer will show all sorts of mental problems including limited social interaction as well as dull headedness. At the same time, the peon will show tremondous mental calibre and extreme levels of social interaction and leadership.

Actually there is more to this issue, based on certain codes that literally design human beings, society and even reality.

Coming back to the brilliance of the Indian kids, it is not this type of brilliance that really makes an English nation great. Also, it may be borne in mind that most of the British personnel who took over India including Robert Clive, the young boy, were more or less formally not much educated.
VedfromVictoria Replied to: Kumar - 06 Jun, 2012