11-year-old, Miron Shroff studying in class VI, recently participated in the ‘Hindustan Times Scholarship Programme 2018’held on 11th December, at Rangsharda Auditorium, Bandra, and was declared as one of ‘Mumbai’s Brightest Young Minds’. Miron competed with 77,800 students across 207 schools in Mumbai, to shine as one of the top sixty students to receive this award. He was awarded a trophy, a certificate and a scholarship of Rs. 50,000/- from the Hindustan Times by Bollywood Director Rohit Shetty, Manoj Nair and Ameya Bhise.
Speaking at the school assembly, proud Miron said, “It will always remain as one of the most cherished memories of my life. It is a dream come true especially when I received the award in front of my mother, grandfather, my school classmates and so many distinguished guests,teachers and children from various schools of Mumbai. I missed my dad as he is away sailing. This award has taught me to invest in my passion and that there is no substitute for hard work & perseverance is integral in achieving success.My parents have taught me the 3Ds of Life – Desire, Dedication and Determination, which leads to success.”
Fr. Dr. Francis Swamy, S.J.