City girls eager to prove their mettle

City girls eager to prove their mettle
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Beauty is something that everybody recognises, but beauty with brains is praised. The grand finale of Miss Vijayawada 2015 beauty contest will be held at Sai Jewel Convention Center in the city today. The Hans India has caught up with some of the contestants who spoke on how they wish to give back to the society if they bag the Miss Vijayawada 2015 title. Lakshmi Tejaswi Agasthya,

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Beauty is something that everybody recognises, but beauty with brains is praised. The grand finale of Miss Vijayawada 2015 beauty contest will be held at Sai Jewel Convention Center in the city today. The Hans India has caught up with some of the contestants who spoke on how they wish to give back to the society if they bag the Miss Vijayawada 2015 title. Lakshmi Tejaswi Agasthya, a BCom graduate who is preparing for her ICWA exam, says, “Participating in this event is can help me achieve my dream of becoming a main stream actor.

I firmly believe that women need to be encouraged and given good opportunities to prove their mettle. I have been practicing yoga and meditation since my childhood days. It helps me maintain my physique.'' Sharanya Rao, a Business Management graduate, says, “Girls should be educated. I will strive to promote the girl child education for the development of society. I would like to see myself as a successful woman in future. I am confident that I would be in a position to give back to the society.”

 Contestants of the pageant

Divya N, a B Tech graduate who wants to make it big in modeling, says, “The beauty pageant is a good platform for the girls of Vijayawada to prove themselves. Modeling is a serious career option for me, Although I also want to pursue my higher education and choose a career in the software industry.” P Priyanka, a second year Intermediate student, who wants to do her studies while modeling says, “I dream of becoming an architect. Modeling has become my latest fad.

I would like to promote education for the girl child whenever my carreer allows it.” K Teja, a third year BTech student, says, “My focus will be on eradication of child labour, child marriages and other social evils by keeping the rural society informed. A country cannot achieve economic growth without eradication of social evils.” The contest is sponsored by Future All.

By:Ch Sowmya Sruthi

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