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Celebrating the Triumphs of KCA's Young Stars in the 12th National Schools U-7 Open Chess Championship 2024

Updated: Feb 12

The Knight Chess Academy (KCA) is thrilled to announce the outstanding performance of our students in the 12th National Schools U-7 Open Chess Championship 2024. Their remarkable achievements reflect not only their talent but also the dedication and support they have received from their families and our academy.

U07 Age Group Open Category:

Adhrit Medda:

  • Position: 8th

  • Score: 6.5 points out of 9 rounds

Adhrit Medda embarked on his chess journey 367 days ago at our academy in Kasba, starting from the basics of chess. Despite being only 7 years old, Adhrit dedicated his entire day to chess training, channeling every ounce of his energy into honing his skills. His determination is particularly noteworthy given the challenges he faced in 2023, including bouts of illness that landed him in the hospital. Nevertheless, Adhrit's resolve remained unyielding, propelling him forward on his quest for excellence.

Adhrit's parents have been a constant source of support throughout his journey, displaying unwavering dedication and encouragement. Their belief in Adhrit's potential has been instrumental in his progress and success. As Adhrit completes his first year with chess, he commemorates a significant milestone in his chess career, marked by his stellar performance in the 12th National Schools U-7 Open Chess Championship.

U07 Age Group Girls Category:

Arpitangshi Bhattacharya:

  • Position: 7th

  • Score: 6 points out of 9 rounds

Arpitangshi Bhattacharya's comeback in the 12th National Schools U-7 Open Chess Championship is nothing short of remarkable. After finishing 50th in the U7 Nationals 2023, Arpitangshi displayed extraordinary determination and improvement in her performance this year.

Arpitangshi Bhattacharya's journey in chess began as a complete novice at our academy. Her receptiveness to instruction and willingness to absorb every piece of advice from her coaches have been remarkable. She has demonstrated a remarkable commitment to learning and improving her game, earning the admiration of her trainers and peers alike.

Arpitangshi's progress is a testament to her dedication and the collaborative efforts of her parents and our academy. Together, they have nurtured her interest in chess and fostered her growth into a better player. As Arpitangshi continues her journey in chess, we remain dedicated to supporting her every step of the way.

At The Knight Chess Academy, we are immensely proud of Adhrit and Arpitangshi for their achievements. Their dedication, hard work, and passion for the game serve as an inspiration to all aspiring chess players. We extend our heartfelt congratulations to them and look forward to supporting their continued growth and success in their chess journey. We are immensely grateful to their parents for entrusting Adhrit & Arpitangshi's development to KCA.

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