Interview of Robinson M (Monomousumi Monthly Essay Writing Contest Achievers)

Monomousumi Monthly Essay Writing Contest Achievers | Robinson M

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Mononomosumi is an ISO certified  Edutech Platform, that brings together technology to the education sector and providing requisite support to students, writers and school administrations. It is awarded with various accolades such as “Best Education & Technology Platform — India, 2020”, Best creative Website. Shiksha Bharti Award etc. and featured in various reputed media houses. Monomousumi has been successfully conducting international writing contests for several years since May 2018 with thousands of participants nationally and internationally.

Here we are introducing interview series of the winners of different writing contests organized by us.

Please introduce yourself in brief

“An uninhibited cogitation is creativity”. Hi there, everyone. My name is Robinson M, and I intend to cling to the above statement to let my thoughts run wild. I am a second-year Biomedical Science undergraduate at NITTE University, Mangalore. I was born and raised in Chennai, Tamil Nadu. From my middle age until my teenage years, my parents have mainly educated me and I have been adroit at what the Lord extolled. It has been a surprise to me that I have won many outstanding awards in the monomousumi International Writing Contest. I am a determined writer and have published nine publications to date. With the help of the Neuroscience Foundation in the USA and Mastermind Foundation, I am actively building up my project ‘EfferVnteers’. I’m also working as a database manager at ‘InVolMent’, which is a ground-breaking initiative by Rhodes Scholar-Elect 2022.

What are your prominent achievements?

I would like to share my notable accomplishments here. My first year has been a success, with a gold medal at the end. I’m a member of the ‘Neuroscience Foundation’, USA- 2022, and president of ‘EfferVnteers’. In addition to winning many international and national writing contests, I have also participated in many other writing contests. I topped Science, English Literature, and Social Studies in Class 10, with a stellar score of 100/100. I was awarded the ‘Outstanding Student Medal and Trophy’ by the school management in twelfth grade. I’ve been selected as one of thirty participants at SOPHEA, Summer School, Wurzburg, Germany-2022. My application was also accepted by the University of California, Santa Cruz and I joined the marine science club. I’m a member of ‘Project Encephalon’. It even turned out that I cleared all three rounds at Dexterity to College (Winter School 2022, but am not currently enrolled). I’m currently enrolling as a Database Manager at ‘InVolMEnt’. I won third prize in ‘Monomousumi Quarterly Writing Contest-2021’ and the certificate has been signed by Chetan Bhagat. Most of my writings have appeared on and weaver magazine. Likewise, I have also authored a very short book on the comparative analysis of ancient and modern medicine. Various retailers have published this book, including Amazon, Flipkart, Barnes and Noble, etc. Interviewed via phone call by the notion press team about self-publishing. Along with ‘Time Is Not Mine’ and ‘A Placid Love of my Adorable Grandpa,’ these poems have been published in monomousumi creative cocktail, Euphoria-Poets of India, 2022.

When did you participated in the monomousumi writing contest and what was your rank?

June 2021- Outstanding Winner, December 2021- third prize winner & consolation prize- by Chetan Bhagat, July 2022-Quarterly International Writing Contest-1st Editor’s Choice Award and two outstanding awards.

What is your weakest point and how do you overcome it?

My journey to becoming an author/writer has been defined by the stage at which my interests have become inclined. Critiques, encouragement, motivation, and self-motivation are prominent aspects of our lives where the audience’s or readers’ comments will be utilized. More often than not, my works have been harshly criticized. I have been heavily burdened by this situation. With persistent diligent work and support from my mother, my passion has developed into an interest. Forsaking critiques would be a better strategy and motivate yourself always!

Who is your idol and why?

When I began writing, I was bewildered by the many critiques I received. As a result of years of perseverance, I’ve considered myself an idol. Now, I am able to recognize that I had an image of being an indomitable person. Self-motivation and courage always engages you with your passion and drives you to your goals.

Which inspires you the most why you would like to emulate them?

I am mostly inspired by burgeoning writers rather than renowned authors. When I looked at their stories, I admired them a great deal. I have been inspired by their works and how much effort they have put into reaching their culmination point. My identity has never embodied any kind of personality that can make me seem like a phenomenal person. Each individual has his or her own unique creativity and thoughts to express through different perspectives.

What keeps you motivated in your life?

Perseverance, diligent work, and self-motivation always keep me motivated. Working diligently will never allow you to fall into a deplorable state.

Where do you see yourself after 5 years from now and what is your ultimate goal?

Having spent five years as a future author and scientist, I’m confident enough to stand on my own two feet. Currently, I am developing a significant project that will build me up to become a future leader as well as writing my novel. In order to connect my creativity with the world, I am working on a novel that will be published in the future. If I were a successful leader, author, and scientist, I would be able to put all my ideas together to change society. Hence, my ultimate goal is to prove to myself that I am unlike everyone else.

What is there in your wish list?

I would even love to write poems, non-fiction, and science articles. I would be able to reach a wider range of audiences. Bringing out the hidden problems behind students’ and people’s lives is what I love to do with students, future leaders, writers, poets, and scientists. I could establish a platform for people to share their thoughts and emotions with the world through this.

Any memory which you would like to share to the world?

Life is a mixed bag of happiness and agony. I have experienced ebbs and flows in my life that have left me feeling full of joy and inspiration, as well as occasionally evoking deep feelings. It has been a mixed bag of support and castigation at this point. I have encountered numerous incidents throughout my life, most of which are indelible. As a shy child, I would have been unable to establish relationships with other students. It would have been impossible for me to form friendships regardless of how many exams I had topped. My English teacher asked me suddenly to speak about socializing in front of everyone when I was in sixth grade. Despite my best efforts, my speech has been garbled. The majority of my classmates, as well as my English teacher, have encouraged me to speak up. It was this moment that allowed me to transition from being aloof to becoming a communicative person.

What’s one thing that make you different from your peers?

Persistency, dedication, and diligent work are the main three elements that always make me different from my peers.

What are your hobbies and how do you balance your profession/studies with your hobbies? 

My hobbies are pencil sketching, acrylic painting, drawing, reading, studying, writing short stories, poems, and blogging. The regular planning of all my works based on my university schedule helps me stay occupied and improves my productivity. As an alternative to squandering my time, I used to get involved myself in other activities I enjoyed.

What are your writing tips for your peers? Do you have any advice for aspirants of writing contests?

It was always my tendency to choose very accurate words to make my sentences sound spectacular. To encourage my peers to use proper words all the time when they write, I would love to offer tips. Keep your sentences as simple as possible and do not overcomplicate. Do not rephrase the sentences over and over again, as it appears redundant.

What would you like to do your bit for the society?

I will be able to contribute to my society by using my project as a lens to build up my leadership qualities. In addition to fundraising for neurodegenerative patients from subjugated communities, I will also create a platform on which mentally depressed patients can express themselves on a mutual platform about their physical/mental agony, where I can help them.

Do you think participating in Monomousumi contest helped you in anyway?

Yes, I felt full of effervescence upon looking at this platform. I’ve been consistently given many opportunities to assess my capability and to become an achiever. I would like to thank monomousumi once again.

How did you come across Monomousumi and share your experience with this platform?

My wish to take part in an international contest coincided with a pandemic. In spite of the pandemic’s impact on everyone, it was a sublime time for me. In the pandemic era, online classes, sessions, tests, and preparations were more widespread, which led to a brighter future for me. Without knowing whether the contest is legitimate or a scam, I would not pay an entry fee. Through hyperlinking, I came across the monomousumi website and its contest. Taking part in a monthly international contest was the first time I had done so, and the result was also positive. To date, my experience with monomousumi has been one of truthfulness.

Your thought on “Essay

How To Make Use of Your Knack?

William Shakespeare said the pen is mightier than the sword, but that statement is not inclusive of all writers. The flocks of writers are not all alike and not all the flocks of writers intend to emphasize the same content. It is every writer’s impulsion to govern readers, and not every writer wants to do that. There is no rocket science to writing essays, stories, or poems, but essays should always be very engaging and informative. The concept of essay contests can help budding writers improve their skills, as many of you have already thought of. In order for budding authors to improve their writing skills, this is an essential step. Most achievers believe that ‘Practice makes a man perfect’. The more we practice, the more we reveal our own potential and ultimately reveal who we really are to the world. In order to make your essays more informative, you should use as many hyperlinks as possible, and references are also indispensable for enhancing your essays. Be careful not to make your sentences seem repetitive or incomprehensible. Frame sentences magnificently and choose appropriate words always. Always give an overview of the whole essay in such a way as to begin your essay with a synopsis. Give headings and subheadings at all times. Put your thoughts down in a point-by-point manner rather than putting all your thoughts together in an unwieldy manner. Do not use the word I or your name anywhere else in your essays. Don’t use complicated sentences and always convey your message exactly as you intend. And last but not least, always be competitive and keep yourself motivated to be successful.

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