A sixth-grade student from Pakistan, Misha Pervez has bagged a bronze medal in the Teeneagle completion in London, UK.
Misha Pervez, a student of Learning Alliance, Faisalabad, won the prize during the global finals of the English competition that took place from 31 July to 7 August.
According to the details, more than 500 students from all over the world took part online in this competition and Misha came third in her category.
Teeneagle is an international-level English competition arranged for fifth to twelfth graders that challenges them and let them to demonstrate and improve their English language skills. The contestants prepare for it using the materials provided by the Teeneagle authorities.
Moreover, the competition was brought to Pakistan by the student counseling firm Eye on Ivy which gives strategic advice and guidance on the admissions process to a wide range of programs abroad.
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Another group of Pakistani students secured Bronze medals in the Global Round of UK-based public speaking competition, WeVoi.
The award ceremony was held online on 5th August 2022. Students who took part in WeVoi National Rounds were eligible to participate in the Global Round.
Among a huge number of students, four Pakistani students received the Bronze medal internationally. Anaya Saim from Beaconhouse Newlands Multan and Muhammad Ibrahim from Learning Alliance Faisalabad received bronze medals in the category of YoungsterVoi while Meerub Farid from Lahore Grammar School 1A1 Senior Branch Lahore and Meerab Fatima from The Millennium Education One World Campus grabbed Bronze medal in the category of JuniorVoi.
The competition comprised two rounds: the national and the global round under four different age categories i.e., YoungsterVoi, JuniorVoi, TeenVoi, and SeniorVoi.
WeVoi is a UK-based public speaking competition for young people across the globe. It offers them the golden opportunity to speak their mind and bring a change through their voice.