'c r e s k' "Awareness Day" 2011
 
'c r e s k' conducted its awareness day for the 9th consecutive year in Chennai on 27th February 2011. This year the essay contest was conducted with a topic "What is my Role in eliminating Corruption and Bribe". Several  thousand schools and college students have participated in the contest.
 
A topic which is hot and need of the hour for every one of us today in the country - attracted more than 33000 young minds talents in the form of essays from various schools and colleges in Chennai and nearby districts.  This is a record number of participation 'c r e s k' ever had in the history of its past several years. 
 
Welcome address was given by Tmt. S Jayashree, M.Sc Medical Physics, President, 'c r e s k'  and given a speech with focus on "Be the Change you want to see in the society" to the students community and youngsters.  We are happy to see ' c r e s k' awareness creation message is reaching more and more people in the society, and significantly increasing year on year, she said during the welcome speech.
 

Tmt Jayashree, President ‘c r e s k’ Welcoming Shri Bhola Nath, IPS, DGP and Director , Directorate of Vigilance and Anti-Corruption to preside over the “Awareness Day Function”

Shri Bhola Nath, IPS, DGP and Director, Directorate of Vigilance and Anti-Corruption presided the "Awareness Day" Function, Dr. A.Azad, Deputy Director, Centre for International Affairs, Anna University and Smt. Revathy, Assistant General Manager, Indian Bank were the special guests and given speech as well distributed the awards to the students who won the awards on Essay Contest "What is my Role in Eliminating Corruption and Bribe"

About the Exclusive Essay Competition conducted by ‘c r e s k’ in Chennai and Nearby districts in 2010 - 11:

 ‘c r e s k’ conducted an exclusive Essay Competition for the 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th,10th,11th and 12th Std. students and College Students of Chennai and Nearby districts during November 2010. Totally 33973 school and college students participated in the competition  from various parts of Chennai and Nearby districts. More than 70% (70.34%) participants are Girl Students! 40 Awards to students from various schools and colleges were distributed. Top 5 schools among the schools participated in Chennai and Nearby districts were selected and given special awards by Shri Bhola Nath, IPS, DGP and Director, Directorate of Vigilance and Anti-Coruuption. Principals of the respective schools received the awards.

Shri Bhola Nath, IPS, DGP and Director, Directorate of Vigilance and Anti-Coruuption distributed the awards and honored the Top 5 Schools:

 Mahatma Gandhiji Award - Smt. Narbada Devi J. Agarwal Vivekananda Vidyalaya Junior College, Vyasarpadi

Moodaringar Rajaji Award - DAV Boys Senior Secondary School, Mogappair

Mahakavi Bharathiyar Award - Smt. Kasturba Nimchand Shah P Muthyalu Chetty Vivekananda Vidyalaya, Perambur

Sardar Vallabhai Patel Award - The Velammal International School, Panchetti, Thiruvallur District

Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Award - Sri Ahobila Math Oriental Higher Secondary School, West Mambalam

Award Winning Students:

 Shri Bhola Nath, IPS, DGP and Director, Directorate of Vigilance and Anti-Coruuption speaking on the occasion said, " The man who gives bribe is a bigger criminal than the one who accepts it".  He emphasised that cultural values and good company would play a bigger role in the upbringing of children. He also added that more people should actively participate in this awareness creation and profusely praised the 'c r e s k' team for conducting such laudable awareness creation in the society. He distributed the awards to the students who won the awards on the topic in Group 2 

First Prize -  K. Renuka, Smt. NDJA Vivekananda Vidyalaya, Vyasarpadi

Second Prize - I Sangeethkumar, DAV Senior Secondary School, Mogappair 50

Third Prize - B Nivedhitha, SKNS PMC Vivekananda Vidyalaya and Junior College, Perambur

Fourth Prize -  T V Vijaygopal, Gateway The Complete School, Sholinganallur

Fifth Prize-  S Harini, Padma Seshadri Bala Bhavan Senior Secondary School, K.K.Nagar

Consolation Prize - Ajay Kannan, DAV Boys Senior Secondary School, Gopalapuram


Consolation Prize - G Prasanth, Dr Mangalam Higher Secondary School, Kattankolathur

Consolation Prize - Swetha Prakash, Kendriya Vidyalaya, Tambaram

Consolation Prize - Sreenidhi S, Sreevatsa Viswanthan Vivekananda Vidyalaya, Chitlapakkam

Consolation Prize - J Aditya Srinivasan, SRDF Vivekananda Vidyalaya, Chromepet

Dr. A. Azad, Deputy Director, Centre for International Affairs, Anna University said that the Government should devise a way to prevent corruption; all transactions should be transparent.  He distributed the awards to the students who won the awards in Group 3

First Prize - G Nandini, The Velammal International School, Thiruvallur

Second Prize - C. Raghavi, Sri Ahobila Math Oriental Higher Secondary School, West Mambalam

Third Prize - A. Aparna, Zion Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Selaiyur

Fourth Prize - S Nisha, La Chateline Residential School, Valasaravakkam

Fifth Prize - R. Nirmal Kumar, Sri Sankara Vidyalaya Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Pammal

Consolation Prize -  Kharthikeyan P, Smt. NDJA Vivekananda Vidyalaya, Vyasarpadi

Consolation Prize - Sarini S, St Johns Senior Secondary School, Mandaveli

Consolation Prize - Abhisekh Dutta, DAV Senior Secondary School, Mogappair 50

Consolation Prize - Sneha Terasa Johnny, Good shepherd Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Nungambakkam

Consolation Prize - Kavya B, DAV Senior Secondary School, Anna Nagar W.Extn

Smt. B. Revathy, Assistant General Manager, Indian Bank felt that the social responsibility rested on the teachers and parents.  She congraluated the 'c r e s k' team for their active campaigns and for bringing out the awareness in the young minds.  She distributed the awards to the students who won the awards in Group 1.

First Prize - R Illakiya, Muruga Dhanushkodi Girls Higher Secondary School, Tondiarpet

Second Prize - P Meghaa, Anna Adarsh Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Anna Nagar

Third Prize - Prawin Kumar S, DAV Public School, Velacherry

Fourth Prize - P Premkumar, St.Vincents Matriculation Higher Seconary School, Aminjikarai

Fifth Prize - S. Shreya, Kendriya Vidyalaya, Kalpakkam

Consolation Prize - R Rajaraman, Balakrishna Joshi Gurkulam Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Kolathur

Consolation Prize - B Akshaya, Holy Family Convent Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Keelkattalai
Consolation Prize - B Janani, Gill adarsh Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Royapettah


Consolation Prize - G S Karthik, SBOA School and Junior college, Anna Nagar West Extn.
Consolation Prize - R Vishwa, New Bharath Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Thiruvarur

Smt. S. Jayashree, President, 'c r e s k' thanked all the school and college managements for their active participation in 'c r e s k' awareness campaigns and she also said that ' c r e s k' is considering their suggestions to form a students wing in schools and colleges and let the young minds drive the awareness creation with the guidance of their respective school and college management. She distributed the awards to the students who won the awards  in Group 4.

First Prize - S Vandana Raj, Anna University, College of Engineering, Guindy

Second Prize - R Subramanian Indian Institute of Technology, Madras

Third Prize - Pratiksh Prem, St. Josephs College of Engineering

Fourth Prize - Sai Shankar B, Madras Christian College, Tambaram, Chennai

Fifth Prize - Saakshi Goyal, Stella Maris College for Women, Chennai

Consolation Prize - M Deepa, Mohammed Sathak A.J. College of Engineering, Siruseri

Consolation Prize - Srinidhi Guruswamy, Ethiraj College for women, Egmore, Chennai

Consolation Prize - Mathuravalli, K Hindustan College, Kelambakkam

Consolation Prize - V Sandhya, Anna University, College of Engineering, Guindy


Consolation Prize -
Preetha S, Meenakshi College for Women, Kodambakkam

Scholarship

About the Scholarship and Educational Assistance given by 'c r e s k'

While 'c r e s k' focus area continue to be creating awareness to young minds, it also involve in assisting deserving students by means of scholarships and educational assistance.  As a part of awareness day, 'c r e s k' selected 16 students from 9th and 11th standard to offer educational assistance.

 
  
 

 

 Thiru V Srivathsan, Secretary ‘c r e s k’ mentioned about the importance about converting our weaknesses to positive points to create a flourishing India while delivering vote of thanks.