Shashini Puvi – Gold Medalist in Under-6 Girls in 9 Nationals School Chess Championship 2019. INDIA
Shashini Puvi from Bangalore, Karnataka secured her Gold medal in the Under-6 Girls Category at the 9th Nationals School Chess Championship 2019 held in Aurangabad, Maharashtra. Earlier in Jan 2018 Shashini had won her National title in the Under-5 category of 32 National Under-7 Chess Championship 2018 held in Tumkur, Karnataka. She is undergoing professional coaching from Hanumantha R, Chess Shoots Academy, Bengaluru, Karnataka
In recent Nationals School Chess Championship 2019 she lost 2 round and regained her confidence level to win all the remaining games to clinch the title. For Under-6 category the chief arbiter announced that writing is not mandatory still she has written all her notations in the score sheet.
Puvi’s recent acheivements:
1. Gold Medal in Under 5 girls Category of 9 Nationals School Chess Championship 2019 held in Aurangabad, Maharashtra
2. Ranked 5th in Under 9 girls Category of Karnataka State Under 9 Chess Championship 2020 held in Mysore, Karnataka. She was the only Under 7 girl in Under 9 girls top 10 list.
3. Secured 1st place in Under 7 Open Category of Karnataka State Open FIDE rated Under 17 chess Championship 2020 held in Bengaluru, Karnataka
4. Winner in Under-5 girls Category in the 32nd National U-7 Open and Girls Chess Championships 2018 held in Tumkur, Karnataka. It’s her second National title at the age of 5.
5. Winner in Under-5 girls Category in the 7 National School Chess Championships 2018 held in Bhubaneswar, Odhisha. It’s her first National title at the age of 5.
6. Ranked 4th in Under 7 girls Category of Karnataka State Under 9 Chess Championship 2019 held in Bengaluru, Karnataka
7. Secured 4th place in Karnataka State Under 7 Chess Championship 2019.
8. Best Youngest girl in Karnataka State Under 9 Chess Championship 2017.
Know more about Shashini Puvi:
1. Born on 24th April 2013
2. Studying in Grade1 of National Public School, Hosur Road, Bangalore, India
3. Most of the weekend time is dedicated in improving her chess knowledge
4. Shashini Puvi started playing chess at the age of three and half and undertook professional coaching last year from her Coach Hanumantha R, Chess Shoots Academy, Bangalore, India
5. More interested in drawing(art) class
6. Her goal is to become youngest Grand Master in the World
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