Miss India East 2011 Top Three Pageant Winners (Ankita Mohapatra,Ruhi Singh,Smriti Singh) - Trained by the Tiara

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Pune, India, March 3, 2011 (Washington Bangla Radio / OPENPRESS) Ankita Mohapatra trained by Pageant Coach Ritika Ramtri of The Tiara wins Femina Miss India East 2011 for the third year in a row. The first two being Pooja Chopra and Unnati Davara.

Ruhi Singh and Smrity Singh stood at second and third position.

After the grand success of Shweta Dolli Femina Miss India South 2011, The Tiara has three more winners at Pantaloons Femina Miss India East 2011.

Ankita Mohapatra was crowned Femina Miss India East 2011and also won the Miss East Beautiful Smile and Miss East Beautiful Skin. This Bhubaneswar girl trained by The Tiara first won Gladrags Megamodel 2009, and has been associated with this pageant training school since then.

The second and third spot at Femina Miss India East 2011, were taken by Ruhi Singh and Smrity Singh both trained by The Tiara. Smrity also won the important title of Miss Perfect 10 and Miss East Golden Personality. Tiara Girls Dipna Patel and Sneha Akware won RMKV Miss East Photogenic and RMKV Wild Card Entry respectively at the same pageant. Annesha Chandra also trained by The Tiara was also in the top 5.

Pageant Coach Ritika Ramtri took the girls through the paces of pageant competition from their image consultation and grooming, to current events, question handling, mental preparation, public speaking, pageant walk and stance and other techniques to keep them ahead of the competition. Little wonder then that The Tiara did a hat-trick at Femina Miss India East 2011.

“We specialize in preparing pageant in the spotlight. We teach aspirants to win and share with them the insights of pageant walking, interviewing and performing” says Pageant Coach Ritika Ramtri Kumar.

Pageant Coach Ritika Ramtri took her through the paces of pageant competition from her image consultation and grooming, to current events, question handling, mental preparation, public speaking, pageant walk and stance and other techniques to keep her ahead of the competition. Ankita worked diligently through the year on her hair, look and body. Little wonder then that she left an indelible imprint in the world of pageantry.

Her coaching has helped many past Miss India, Mr. India, Manhunt and Megamodel winners. The students are taught phenomenal presentation skills. She adds, “They learn how to be in control of the environment and how to communicate effectively with the judges and the audience members. These techniques help to eliminate fear or nervousness that they have about competing in various competitions.”

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