SIP Prodigy International Competition 2018 | Sunday Observer

SIP Prodigy International Competition 2018

4 November, 2018

SIP Academy Sri Lanka hosts the “SIP Prodigy International 2018” Mental Arithmetic competition today at Sugathadasa Indoor Stadium from 9.00 am. More than 12 countries are expected to participate in this year’s international competition. SIP Academy, an international organisation with its head office in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia has trained more than 15,000 children from Sri Lanka.

Teachers undergo a well-structured training program and they are closely managed by SIP Academy India who has trained more than 350,000 in 650 centres all over India,“ said Country Manager of SIP Academy, Rishard Raheem.

"All their upgrading and training input is given by SIP Academy India which maintains high quality training standards in Abacus Industry.” SIP which started operations in 2004, helps to increase skills developments skill development through their fun learning methodology. Through SIP Academy, a child achieves excellence in both academic and personal life.

SIP Academy Sri Lanka is operational since 2004 with a current strength of over 3000 students, with more than 29 centres across Sri Lanka. “At SIP Academy we understand that each child is unique with her/his potential to be a winner; SIP credo has always been to develop programs. (Keeping the child in mind) and hence, follows the fun learning methodology. The fun learning methodology achieves the objective of making the child achieve excellence not only in academics but also in other walks of life. Their aim is to make a difference nationally by creating and distributing a world class program that significantly impacts on the mental potential of the children. Also, they are passionate about achieving this doing every activity with the child in mind building relationships with all concerned, giving due recognitions talking responsibility and learning continuously,” says Raheem.

Speed writing is a set of practice session that enables child to write and read faster. This program coordination is between eyes, brain and hands.

Text and Pic. Ruzaik Farook