LG launches Quiz Show for Students in Pakistan
LG Electronics has launched its knowledge academy programme for students. The programme, which includes a unique and the first-of-its-kind quiz show, titled ‘LG One School One Library’, (PARO AUR AGEY BARO) aims to engage the youth of the country in a high-quality learning experience on television. Targeting students from grade 10 to 12, the LG One School One Library invites them to utilize their knowledge and intellect in an enriching learning experience, showcasing their talent on a national level.[blockquote cite=”Mr. Imran Aslam, President GEO TV Network.”] This is a unique programme designed to accelerate the growth of the education sector in the country. We would like to urge educational institutes to treat the show as a growth platform for their students, as well as the institute itself. This show marks the electronics brand as a ‘thinking’ entity that aims to do something for the country’s educational sector and employment, thereby impact the economy itself. We hope that all educational institutions in the country will send in their students to be a part of this unique show.
LG has begun its search for the best young minds in the country through an online selection process. Contestants were required to register online for the programme. The second filters for the final contestants are on online test. The final contestants are selected by a panel of educationists based on the evaluation of the online test results. A final set of 80 candidates are selected for the final contest. The winner of the grand finale stands a chance to win a scholarship worth Rs.1, 800,000.
In this unique programme, students can showcase their talent and intellect on national television. LG urges educational institutes and parents to encourage their children to register as this is a programme that will certainly enhance their educational skills. This programme is not only aiming to contribute towards to development of the educational sector of the country, but is also LG’s effort to give back to the society.