Chennai Twins Received Global Child Prodigy Award in Dubai – India Education | Latest Education News | World Education News

Chennai: The Grand Ceremony of the Global Child Prodigy Awards 2022 was held at the Marriott Hotel Al Jaddaf, Dubai on August 20, 2022 under the patronage and in the presence of His Highness Sheikh Nahayan Mabarak AI Nahayan, Cabinet Member and Minister for Tolerance and Coexistence, Government of the United Arab Emirates, Nobel Laureate Sir Richard J. Roberts of the United States was also one of the guests of honor at the awards ceremony.

The world’s top 100 child prodigies traveled to Dubai, United Arab Emirates for the awards ceremony and showcased their extraordinary talent. The list includes talents from a myriad of backgrounds showing basic skills in their area of ​​interest, such as martial arts, painting, modeling, writing, entrepreneurship, social work, acting, etc These children come from different countries like USA, France, Russia, UK, Spain, India, Georgia, Kenya, Brazil, Greece, Belgium, Romania and many more.

Chennai twins, Harpith and Harpita, received the award in the entrepreneurship category for their impact in helping students around the world to enrich their communication skills, life skills and self-confidence.

The Harpith and Harpita twins are already well known around the world as “The Great Australian Spelling Bee Twins”. They are the founders of an EdTech company, Classminds ( where over 3000 students have enrolled and enriched their spelling, language and communication skills. The twins also recently founded an artificial intelligence company – Astralogic Innovation Systems (

The twins are also student ambassadors for Youth ExNoRa and ExNoRa International. They lead a new global social initiative, Youth Inspire Talks, with the goal of raising awareness and literating students on critical global issues. Recently, Harpith and Harpita also received the Youth Social Visionary Award for having perfected over 100,000 students in 8 years.

The twins commented, “We dedicate this award to every deserving student around the world. To every underprivileged student, to every student living in remote areas, and to every student who is not sufficiently exposed or sensitized. Let it be a message – A message that declares that you too have the potential to inspire and effect change in your own communities”

Helen D. Jessen