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Ritwick Sinha bags ranks in Mathematics and Science Olympiad

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Ritwick Sinha, Class IV student of Don Bosco School, Guwahati, has bagged first rank in the 4th International Mathematics Olympiad (IMO) and second in the 13th NSO (National Science Olympiad) organized by Science Olympiad Foundation. Ritwick also scored fourth highest rank in the State and first in his school in the National Interactive Maths Olympiad (NIMO) held by Eduheal Foundation. He loves drawing and writing. Ritwick Sinha is the son of Ramendu Sinha and Rina Rani Sinha. 

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  1. Congrats dear Ritwik. God bless you.

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  2. Dear Ritwick...So happy to learn about your achivement...God Bless you...

    Pranjal, Pittsburgh

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  3. Ritwick Baba, congrats, my joy knew no bounds on hearing your achievements. God Bless You. Jethu, KM Sinha, DXB

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  4. Niyam haroupar pou haan, jeer meirik go oloya mungede kakai kar, Dourang bor magouri, punchi paloya thais hunar girak

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  5. Congrat Ritwick-- I wish U all the best for your bright career in future.

    Ananta Sinha

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  6. Supratim,Class 7, has scored 1st in his school,1st in state and 3rd in whole India in NIMO conducted by Eduheal Foundation

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