Editorial Team

TCS iON™, a strategic unit of Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) (BSE: 532540, NSE: TCS), a leading global IT services, consulting and business solutions organization, announced the winners of the Grand Finale of the 3rd edition of the TCS iON IntelliGem contest.

TCS iON IntelliGem helps students gain 21st century skills through a contest format. It was conducted for students of Grades 5 to 9 in three stages – qualifiers, pre-finals and a national-level Grand Finale. To ensure student safety, TCS iON IntelliGem went fully online this year and witnessed participation from schools across over 180 cities from 27 states of India.

Of the 50 students who made it to the Grand Finale, 10 emerged winners. The winners and finalists were awarded exciting cash prizes, new age toys, trophies, certificates, books and subscriptions. PSBB Group of Schools and RYAN Group of Schools were given the Group School Excellence Award, recognizing the superior performance of their students. Category winners are mentioned below:

Contest Topic Winner Category School
Universal Values Devi Kashyap Senior Grade 9, Meridian School For Boys And Girls, Hyderabad
Universal Values Zoha Farheen Junior Grade 6, Presidency School, Kasturinagar, Bangalore
Global Citizenship Saicharan S Senior Grade 8, National Hill View Public School,
R R Nagar, Bangalore
Global Citizenship Mihir Apte Junior Grade 6, The Orchid School, Pune
Communication Skills Naina Bagchi Senior Grade 9, Suncity School, Gurgaon
Communication Skills Mihir Apte Junior Grade 6, The Orchid School
Creativity & Innovation Vrishab Venkataraghavan Senior Grade 9, PSBB Sr. Sec. School, Nungambakkam, Chennai
Creativity & Innovation Jyotsna V Vadivel Junior Grade 5, Presidency school, Rt Nagar, Bengaluru
Financial Literacy Vrishab Anurag Venkataraghavan Senior Grade 9, PSBB Sr. Sec. School, Nungumbakkam, Chennai
Financial Literacy Kritika Rakhecha Junior Grade 6, National Hill View Public School,
R R Nagar, Bangalore


Venguswamy Ramaswamy, Global Head, TCS iON, said, “At TCS iON, our objective is to enable educational institutions to integrate the necessary life skills in their curriculum and drive focus on 21st century readiness. Watching these young, bright minds showcasing their preparedness at a national platform assures us that our initiative has laid the foundation for future leaders, in its true sense. We believe these young gems have the potential to go on to become impactful nation builders in an exciting and challenging world.”

Registrations for the 4th edition (2021-22) of the contest are open from today. Schools across the country can register for the contest on intelligem.tcsion.com

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