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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2340

Phonic Champs celebrates anniversary

Chennai, 07 May, (Asiantribune.com):

Phonic Champs, an Anna Nagar and Kolathur-based educational institution for children that helps them in faster reading skills and phonetics, celebrated its sixth annual day in Krishnaswamy Matric Higher Secondary School, Anna Nagar.

Vidyaakar, founder of Udavum Karangal , chief guest, praised the services of the institution and said the basic skills and methodology imparted at Phonic Champs will certainly help hone students’ academic excellence.
He distributed certificates to 180 students who have successfully completed the course.

Prakash M Swamy, United Nations Correspondent, said Indian-American students excel in Spelling Bee competitions in the US for over a decade due to emphasis given on phonetics and learning techniques.

Founder and Official Trainer Shanthi Ganesh said Phonic Champs follow UK-based methodology with creative and innovative ideas of the trainers. There are only 300 professional jolly phonics trainers in the world and of them 34 are from India and only eight in Tamil Nadu.

The students are taught to develop fluency in reading with correct pronunciations and expression besides it gives a lot of confidence in reading and writing far ahead of their peers, said another Founder and Official Trainer Vijayalakshmi Seshan.

Phonic Champs conducted teacher training programs in all the schools run by Southern Railway and in scores of private schools across Tamil Nadu.

The State Government has permitted the institution to conduct training programs in 7,000 state government schools across the state from June.

The Institution is opening branches in Nanganallur and T Nagar soon.

- Asian Tribune –

Vidyakaar addressing the students
The winners with chief guests and founders - Shanthi and Vijayalakshmi
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