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Results for Metonym 2016

Fan Fiction 1. Sagar Nambiar (II CEZ) 2. Archita Raghu (I EJP) 3. Saurav. H (II CEZ) Poetry contest 1. Ribhu (II EJP) 2. Rajeswari (II MA English) 3. Melvin Mathew (I MA English) and Kushal Choudhary (I PEM) Bollygood 1. Amanda (II MA ENG) 2. Nikita Nath (II EJP) 3. Nyrika (II BCom C) ...

Meta Schools 2016 Results

Seniors Overall Championship – St. Paul’s English High School Spelling Bee 1. Ghanavi Umesh (NPS Yeshwantpur) 2. Sriraksha (Jain College VV Puram) 3. R. Harish (NPS Yeshwantpur) Cartooning 1. Ayudh (NPS Yeshwantpur) 2. Bharat (Jain College VV Puram) 3. Sneha Jain (NPS Yeshwantpur) Illustration 1. Amishi (MCC) 2. Taru (MCC) 3. Vishal Prasanna (Bishop Cottons) ...

The Prof. Barbra Naidu Prize for the Personal Essay–Overall Winner 2014

Finding   Culture Arjun Shatrunjay   Hyderabad  The day    of    the    competition    drew    close,    and    preparations    were    in    full    swing.    My    father,    having    spent    two    hours    on    a    precious    Sunday    morning    had    painstakingly    translated    the    story    of    Cinderella,    so    that    a    four    year    old    me    could    recite    this    story    in    e    Hindi    recitation    competition    in    my    ...

The Barbra Naidu Prize for the Personal Essay–Overall Winner

Of Distances Ila Ananya Jury Citation Ila Ananya’s personal vignettes are drawn with an almost painterly craft. Searing and full of detail, her images are impossible to forget. She offers us no easy answers or manicured biography, just the ambivalences of memory.

The Barbra Naidu Prize for the Personal Essay–Open Winner

Living Online Siddharth Vodnala Jury Citation Siddharth Vodnala’s raucous essay is a chatty guided tour of chatroom subcultures. Allusion follows anecdote in this joy-filled ode to the internet, from one of its most loyal inhabitants.

The Barbra Naidu Prize for the Personal Essay–School Winner

Living Online Shalom Gauri 11C, Mallya Aditi International School, Bangalore. Jury Citation Shalom’s essay is a laugh-out-loud funny expose of alternative school pretension. Bangalore’s multiple online subcultures star in this wry yet strangely hopeful fly-on-the-wall dissection of teenage social life.


Will be published on the 28th of November 2015.

All the contests at META 2014

All the contests at META 2014
Posters of all the contests