Print Olympiad – West Zone first round conducted

Print Olympiad is considered to be the biggest talent hunt in the field of print education in India. The first round of the preliminary level test for the printing students in western region was conducted on a virtual platform on 4 June.

22 Jun 2022 | By Rahul Kumar

The nine students who were considered eligible for competing in the second round

The West Zone competition is hosted by the Department of Printing Technology and Graphic Arts, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad, Maharashtra and Pune Vidyarthi Griha’s College of Engineering and Technology.

Welcoming the participating students and other dignitaries, Prof (Dr) Anjan Kumar Baral, who is the national coordinator of the Print Olympiad, said for a smooth approach and to reach every part of the country, separate coordinators have been appointed for the regions. 

The West Zone coordinators are Prof Madhura Mahajan, HoD printing, PVG’s COET & GKPWIM, Pune and Prof Parag Hase, BAMU, Aurangabad.

Mahajan said the competition will help students get ready for the real world of industry and make them competitive. 

The participating students were supposed to answer 50 multiple choice questions in 30 minutes. Of the 41 students who participated at the competition, nine were considered eligible for competing in the second round. They are Tanay Sarwade; Abhishek Mahesh Khadkikar; Mehetre Sakshi Arun; Pavan Kokane; Roshan Kailas Bachhav; Sanmay Jain; Dwayne Mandy; Siddharth Pandey and Gaurav Kishor Patil.

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