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PATNA, AUGUST 4

CCCC 7.0:
NPS Koramangla, Bangalore, DPS, SAIL Ranchi and S. Radhakrishnan International School, Mumbai qualify for the Grand Finale

Three City Rounds -- Ranchi, Bangalore and Mumbai -- of the CCCC Cryptic Crossword Contest 2019 -- were held this week. With these, the CCCC 7.0, the seventh edition of the contest that began in 2013, has completed 11 City Rounds across India since its launch on July 26 at KV No. 2, Delhi Cantt. In total, there will be 51 City Rounds before city winners converge on the national capital for the Grand Finale.

While Tanish Jacob and Ayush Gulhane of S Radhakrishnan International School won the Mumbai City Round,
Sneha Vatsal & Utkarsh Anand of DPS, SAIL Township, won the Ranchi City Round.

Rohith Paul and Abhinav Menon of NPS Koramangla won the Bangalore City Round.

The three City Rounds were held by teams of Extra-C, the Patna-based civil society initiative which is at the forefront of promoting learning-based co-curricular activities.
The three winning teams have qualified for the Grand Finale to be held in Delhi.


AMITABH RANJAN
EXTRA-C
PATNA


Three City Rounds -- Jaipur, Varanasi and Gopalganj -- of the CCCC Cryptic Crossword Contest 2019 were held on 29th July. The three rounds followed the four NCR rounds of Delhi, Gurgaon, Noida and Ghaziabad which were held on July 26.
Jiya Sachdeva and Kanak Vatwani of Cambridge Court High School, Aravali Marg, won the Jaipur City round.
Ishita Singh and Jitarth Vardhan Singh of Sunbeam School, Varuna, won the Varanasi City round.
Rafiya Aman and Samiksha Rao of MMD Public School won the Gopalganj City round.
The three winning teams have qualified for the Grand Finale to be held in Delhi.
There will be 44 more City rounds across the country before 51 winning teams are lined up to vie for the National Crossword Champion trophy.

A not-for-profit-organisation, Extra-C came into existence on June 26, 2013 and since then has become a byword for quality in terms of providing a platform for quality extra-curricular pursuits. As its focus area, Extra-C’s mission is to promote crosswords among the youth and the adult alike.