L&TMRH plans contest among school and college students to choose the lucky two
“We want citizens to own up the project and have an emotional connect as metro rail is for the people of Hyderabad. We will use the brand ambassadors for our publicity campaigns during the construction phase,” explained L&TMRH Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer V.B. Gadgil.
Mr. Gadgil and his senior colleagues including Project Director M.P. Naidu and others have begun visiting schools and colleges interacting with the youngsters and their teachers, answering questions.
The corporate communication team has sent invitation kits to about 1,500 schools and colleges seeking their willingness to participate in the contest. Once interest is shown, the metro rail team makes its visit seeking spot registrations or (www.hmr-brandambsassad
Schools are to 15 students each – five in different categories and about 20,000 of them will congregate at Annapurna Studious on February 16 and 17 where 150 judges will pick the top 250 boys and girls based on ‘live’ performances. It will be shortened to 20 through Q&A sessions to identify the final lucky two.