Global Etiquette Olympiad (GEO) is the first international olympiad dedicated to etiquette studies.
With the world growing smaller each day, it is imperative that every child be aware of and practice good etiquette that is internationally acceptable.
GEO aims at equipping students with knowledge of international etiquette that will help them stand out as well mannered and cultured individuals, globally.
Registrations for the Global Etiquette Olympiad are now being accepted. The olympiad assessment will be conducted on the online assessment portal. Credentials for the assessment will be generated during the registration process.
This registration entitles the participants to:
- Sample Assessment
- Olympiad Assessment
- E-Certificate of Completion
The sample assessment must be completed before attempting the final assessment. The sample assessment introduces the participant to the assessment interface so that they are well versed with it while completing the final assessment.
The final assessment can be accessed after the sample assessment is completed. The participant will be provided one attempt at the final assessment.
Etiquette is a very important aspect of society life and reflects upbringing and culture. In preparing for this olympiad, children learn important life lessons in good etiquette.
- Children become more respectful and courteous.
- Awareness of etiquette in various situations, helps them become more confident.
- They develop a pleasant, cultured and respected personality.
- The learnings compliment academic education and help the child’s holistic development.
The best part of learning etiquette is that your child can start using the learnings immediately.
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In these times of exponential technological advances across the globes and high competition, quality education has become the need of the hour. Focus should be on shaping the young minds to develop Critical, logical and analytical thinking known as Higher order Thinking Skills (H.O.T.s). These are going to be the crucial competencies for the future for the millennials.
Albert Einstein said “Education is not the learning of Facts, But Training the Mind to Think.”