Spellinc, a pan India English championship for students, is a Linc Pens and Plastics Ltd initiative.
What started off as a fun event for Linc employees in 1999, soon transformed into a major national spelling competition and is now synonymous with language and learning.
Since its inception in 1999, Spellinc has reached over 5 lakh students across 23 cities of India. In its brand new digital avatar in 2020, Spellinc now aims to reach students across the length and breadth of India. Find out more about the competition here.
Literacy and learning have always been at the core of what Spellinc stands for. With this in mind, we are thrilled to extend Spellinc as a one-stop platform for all your English language learning needs. Grammar games, phonology videos, creative writing; you’ll find it all here. Go on and sharpen your language skills, with just the tap of a finger!
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About Linc Pen and Plastics Ltd
For over four decades now, Linc has been at the forefront of developing innovative and technologically advanced stationery by using cutting edge technology to develop a diverse range of stationery including ball pens, gel pens, retractable pens, and other stationery.
Established in 1976 by Mr Soorajmal Jalan, the organization is currently being led by Shri Deepak Jalan, Managing Director and CEO, and has a presence in over 50 countries including a wide network in South East Asia, the Middle East, the USA, the UK, Europe, South America, Africa and Russia.
At Linc, our constant endeavour is to encourage literacy and learning.
Protect the environment, refill more
‘Refill more’, Linc’s CSR initiative is an endeavour to create awareness about recycling and minimising single plastic use. This clip has been created as part of the campaign to educate consumers to be more empathetic towards the environment.
Shri Deepak Jalan, MD, Linc Pen & Plastics Ltd. elaborates, “The ‘Refill More’ Project is an initiative which is very close to our heart since it attempts to protect the environment from further damage caused due to the uncontrolled use of plastics. This project will help educate consumers about how each one of us can contribute towards saving mother earth.”