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    Reliance, Microsoft to hold talent hunt for school children


    Reliance World (formerly Reliance WebWorld), nationwide chain of retail outlets for products and services of the Reliance – Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group will organise the National Digital Elocution Competition (NDEC) to be held in the months of January and February 2009 is collaboration with Microsoft.

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    The competition which is currently in its fourth year is a talent hunt to promote creativity amongst school children using cutting edge technology. Participants are encouraged to use interactive platforms like video conferencing to showcase their talents during the competition, informed a company official.

    “The biggest USP of this national talent hunt is that it allows students across the country participate irrespective of their location, thus providing a level playing field to compete. The digital platform of this contest offers great width and engagement levels not only to students but to parents and teachers as well,” said Sunil Buch, head, marketing and corporate sales, Reliance World.

    Students from over 1,000 schools are expected to participate in the event. Further, Reliance World is expecting over 10,000 entries from students during this year’s contest, company sources said.

    — IndiaRetailing Bureau