Pune’s Arvind Ramaswamy is in third place after Mohsin.
Philip Coot of Canberra, Australia and Ramki Krishnan of Chennai, who topped the previous round, are ranked 4th and 5th respectively.
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The three contestants – Secunderabad’s Samit Kalyanpur, Visakhapatnam’s Suresh Dorbala and London’s Himanshu Rajurkar – have split into the top ten brackets for the first time.
In addition to Philip and Himanshu, Koh Tin Suin Kenny from Singapore is another foreign competitor in that bracket.
Philip and Ramkey, however, are first and second, respectively, at No. 3 with Venkatraghavan on the rising leaderboard, and then Koh. No. 13 with Soumya Ramkumar from Manama, Bahrain; Anicha Ruben from Zwelich, Germany, aged 16; Himanshu from London at age 19; And Basant Srinivasan of Thailand’s Rayong Province, ranked 20th, witnessed the top 20 foreign players in the rising rankings.
“There will be six more weekly online rounds, where the best of the rising rankings for the grand finale at the end of the year offline in Bangalore will be called. The fifth online weekly round will begin at 11 a.m. on October 17th.
“A participant can enter the competition at any stage and free registration will be open till the 10th and last weekly online round. The participant who comes first in the weekly round automatically qualifies for the grand finale, ”said Ranjan.
Earlier, the competition was launched on September 19 by Srinivas Katikithala, director of the Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration (LBSNAA).
“Every Sunday, at 11 am (IST) a new signal is uploaded on the website. Submissions are open until 11.59 pm (IST) next Wednesday. Numbers are allocated for both the correct number of answers and the time of submission. At the end of each round a round leaderboard and a growing leaderboard are formed, ”said Ranjan.
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