Riddhiraj Kumar, a class 3 NRI student, living in Kuwait presented a cheque of Rs. 18,000 to the Prime Minister Narendra Modi which he received after winning a global competition as donation for Army Welfare Fund….reports Asian Lite News
He won total 80 KD (Kuwait Dinars), equal to his donation, as prize money from Australian Council for Education Research (ACER). Riddhiraj Kumar met Shri Narendra Modi along with his mother and presented the cheque.
Student from Indian Educational School, Kuwait, Riddhiraj won the International Bench Mark Test for Improving Learning Award for Excellence conducted by the Australian Council for Education Research (ACER). Riddhiraj excelled both in Mathematics and Science, for Middle East, to win a total of 80 Kuwait Dinars.
Narendra Modi congratulated Riddhiraj for his generosity and excellence in academics. The Prime Minister also learnt that the boy has several innovative projects to his credit.
Krupa Bhatt, mother of the student, told the Prime Minister that she is working on ‘Every Child is Genius Project’ and organising free seminars for the teachers in India, on identifying talents of the children. Prime Minister also congratulated her for the commitment she is showing in spreading innovative learning projects.