Date of Birth : 1998-09-03
Gender : Male
Father : Mumtikanta Mohapatra
Mother : Jyotsnamayee Mohapatra
Address : At/PO- Chudamani, PS- Basudevpur, Dist- Bhadrak, Pin- 756125, Odisha, India.
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Education : Class seventh student of Saraswati Sishu Vidya Mandir, Basudevpur, Bhadrak.
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Team Represented : Satya Ranjan Patnaik and Rabindra Kumar Ojha.
Major Achievements :
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* Finished first runner-up in the Syed Umar Ali Memorial 3rd Kendrapara Open Chess Tournament, held at Kendrapara from Dec 9 to 11, 2016.
* Finished runner-up in the Odisha State Senior Open Chess Championship, held at Town Hall in Boudh from May 16 to 20, 2016.
* Won the title in the open category of the State Junior (Under-19) Chess Championship at Bhubaneswar on April 16, 2014.
* Finished runner-up in the open category of the State Under-17 Chess Championships at Bhubaneswar on April 6, 2013.
* Won the title in the open category of the State Under-15 Chess Championship at Keonjhar on Sept 2, 2012.
* Bagged the title in the open category of the Orissa State Under-13 Chess Championship at Jatni on August 22, 2011.
Emerged champion in the 3rd Bhola Infratech All-India Fide Rating School Chess Tournament at Loyola School, Bhubaneswar on April 17, 2013.
* Finished fourth in the open category of the 25th National Under-13 Chess Championship at Delhi on October 10, 2011.
* Won silver medal in National under-9 championship at Bangalore on October 18, 2007.
* Finished 15th in under-12 open category of the World Youth Chess Championship at Halkidiki in Greece on October 30, 2010.
* Bagged bronze medal in under-10 boys category of the Asian Youth Championship held at Teheran, Iran from July 15 to 22, 2008.


* On June 18, 2014, Government Odisha sanctioned in his favour a monetary incentive of Rs 65,000, which included Rs 15,000 for participation in the Asian Youth Chess Championship at New Delhi in August 2009 and Rs 50,000 for participation in the 50th World Junior Chess Championship at Chennai in August 2011.
* Learned the game by playing against sisters from a toy chess set that came free with a health drink packet.
* His talent drew attention when he scored six points from seven rounds in the Telegraph Orissa School Chess Tournament, his first ever formal competition, at Bhubaneswar in 2004.
* The talent in Sidhant is said to have been spotted by Arati Bijay Mohaty, the then president of Orissa State Chess Association.


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