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Interview with Miss Mississippi Teen USA


Paromita Mitra, 17, a Bangladeshi immigrant in the United States, won the crown for the Miss Mississippi Teen USA 2009 competition on Saturday, October 25, 2008. The competition was held at the Saenger Theatre in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. Mr. Donald J. Trump, Chairman and President of The Trump Organization, on behalf of The Miss Universe Organization and NBC Universe sponsored this program. Winning this competition, Paromita will go for the Miss Teen USA Pageant competition in 2009, and get a chance to embark on a year of traveling around the world, working with incredible non-profit organizations, attending red carpet events and experiencing unforgettable moments. As a winner, Paromita receives some scholarship money, travel allowances, New York Film Academy Awards, several custom designed cosmetics and jewelries, and speech and communication training for Miss Teen USA, among many. Paromita’s onstage question was: what magazine cover she would like to appear on and what her headline would be. “Time Magazine,” she said. “The headline would be: A new generation for women, because I believe that I could be a diverse addition to the Teen USA program.”

Paromita, the daughter of Dr. Amal and Ratna Mitra, is a senior at Oak Grove High School in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. Among with her many activities, she is the Senior Class President, a cheerleader, a pianist, and a member of her school debate club and the robotics team. She became the Homecoming Queen 2008-2009 at her school. She loves astronomy, physics, and math. In the future she wants to be an aeronautical engineer and work for NASA.

Paromita likes Bengali music and dance. In one of her last pageant competitions, she performed a Bengali folk dance. She plans to visit Bangladesh in summer 2009. She wants to help the underprivileged children in Bangladesh if she gets a chance.

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