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Max New York Life Insurance today announced the second edition of its popular Igenius Scholarship for over 1000 students worth Rs 1 crore. During the inaugural last year, the flagship program Igenius scholarship attracted more than one million participants across 1,000 cities. Registration for the Igenius would start from 20th April 2011 and the last date is 15th June 2011.
Igenius scholarship 2011 is aimed to become even bigger and is expected to generate greater participation and will also be extended to underprivileged children. Launching the programme here today Ashish Vohra, Senior Director and Chief distribution Officer, Max New York Life Insurance said, "Igenius is an innovative engagement program to understand and support the needs of a young Indian life insurance consumer and our journey in the first year has been overwhelming. We are pleased to reiterate our commitment to sustained all round child development and launch Igenius 2011." He said the Igenius scholarship program involves a robust multiple-level evaluation process that has been conceptualized in association with Quiz Master Derek O'Brien.
Children from the 3rd to 8th standards can participate in this program and win more than 1000 prizes worth Rs 1 crore. The scholarship has been divided into two categories-junior (3rd to 5th standards) and senior (6th to 8th standards). Winners in the junior and senior categories will receive scholarships of Rs 10 lakh each. Mr. Vohra said Max New York Life will also support deserving Children from underprivileged section of the society to drive social inclusion. "This year Igenius makes a small beginning towards social inclusion by supporting some of such less fortunate children, who do not have family support to promote their all round development," he added.
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