10 Things to Do this Week (September 21 to September 27, 2017)

1. Workshops
Go UNESCO Make Heritage Fun! is conducting a workshop that teaches people how to share their local heritage with the world. Participants will be taught how to take pictures and share them on social media.
Date: September 24, 2017
Age: 10+ years


Books: Rusty and the Magic Mountain by Ruskin Bond (Age: 13+ years)

Books: Rusty and the Magic Mountain by Ruskin Bond (Age: 13+ years)
Rusty and his friends, Pitamber and Popat, embark on an epic journey to climb a mysterious mountain far away from their hometown. Shrouded in mystery, superstition and ancient legends, this mountain is also said to be rich in treasures. On their way, the trio takes shelter in a haunted mansion and encounters a wild tiger. When they reach the mountain, they unveil ancient mysteries and see magic like they’ve never seen before. Their encounter with the mad rani and princess makes their journey even more interesting and magical! While the mad rani enslaves them, the princess tries to free them! Read the book to find out if they escape.

Published by Puffin Books and available on Amazon.in


The Next Genius Scholarship Programme

The Next Genius Scholarship Programme
The Next Genius Foundation is a charitable trust that grants full and half tuition scholarships for four years of study in a subject of the student’s choice in association with their partner colleges in the US.

It also awards the coveted B L Mandhana Scholarship to highly promising Indian students.


10 Things to Do This Week ( September 14 to September 20, 2017)

1. Workshops
Wexpress Media Group is organising Big Chocolate Show, a workshop that will introduce children to about 100 different kinds of chocolates and teach them how to make chocolates.
Date: September 16, 2017
Age: 3 years and above
Call: 09833984214


Books: Kari the Elephant & Hari the Jungle Lad by Dhan Gopal Mukerji (Age: 11+ years)

Books: Kari the Elephant & Hari, the Jungle Lad
This book is a compilation of two classic stories.

The first story traces the encounters of Kari, an elephant, in the jungle and highlights the ups and downs in its life.

In the second story, Kari is joined by a boy named Hari who tries to survive in the jungle after his house is destroyed by a flood. These two stories make for a very interesting read.

Published by Hachette India and available on Amazon.in


The Epson Smartest Young Indian Contest

The Epson Smartest Young Indian Contest
Epson India Pvt Ltd is conducting a collage creating competition for residents of India aged between 8 and 16 years. The aim of the contest is to look for young geniuses who have a flair for creativity.

- Choose any favourite topic or theme.
- Choose a collage or media sheet no larger than A3 in size.
 - With the help of a colour printer, make a collage out of printed papers, patterns, paper cut-outs and pictures. You can enhance your artwork with paints, glitter and sketches to make your collage look more interesting.

For details log on to their website
Last Date: September 30, 2017