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                           ALL INDIA ESSAY COMPETITION FOR UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
                                      RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT EFFORTS IN INDIA -
                                          HOW PERFORMANCE & WHAT STRATEGIES?

Nandini Chemical Journal (www.nandinichemical.com) is an online monthly journal published by a team of chemical engineers and technologists based at Chennai.

Nandini Chemical Journal is now well subscribed by cross section of industries, research institutions, academic bodies, promotional agencies all over India.

Nandini Chemical Journal is conducting an All India Essay Competition for University Students on the following subject:

                         Research & Development Efforts in India – How Performance & What Strategies?

The objective of the competition is to encourage the university students to introspect on the state of research and development efforts in India vis-à-vis the scenario in developed countries and suggest ways and means to optimise the performance.

Essay should be written with detailed analysis and specific recommendation, supported by data and case studies.

Highlights of the recommendation of the students would be submitted to Government of India for its consideration.

Essay should be of maximum of 2500 words and should be sent to the following address by post or email:

Nandini Chemical Journal
M-60/1, IV Cross Street,Besant Nagar, 
Chennai 600 090.
Tel: 44-43511945, 43540719, 24916037
Email: mail@nandinichemical.com, nsvenkatchennai@gmail.com

Best of five entries would be selected for award of prize.

Last date for receipt of the entry is 30th December 2017.

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              ESSAY COMPETITION  FOR STUDENTS  ON

             “WHAT IS NEEDED  TO IMPROVE STANDARDS OF  SCHOOL EDUCATION IN TAMIL NADU ?”


 

Nandini Voice for the Deprived , is organizing essay competition for students in Tamil Nadu on the above subject.

Objective :

In the light of the recent NEET controversy , there have been considerable discussions in Tamil Nadu on the standards of school education in the state. Government of Tamil Nadu has announced that it is taking steps to improve the school education standards in the state and has announced a few measures.

The objective of the essay competition is to provide an opportunity for the students ,who are the stake holders , to introspect on the subject and provide  views and suggestions based on their experience.

Eligibility :

All school  and college students in Tamil Nadu can participate in the essay competition.

Other details :-

Last date for receipt of essay – 5th November, 2017

Essay should be maximum of 1500 words and can be written in English or Tamil.

Five of the best entries will be selected for award of prize.

Highlights of the views of the students would be submitted to Government of Tamil Nadu for it's consideration.

Essay can be sent by email or post to the following address


N.S.Venkataraman

Nandini  Voice for The Deprived

M 60/1, 4th Cross Street, Besant Nagar, Chennai-600090

Tel:- 24916037  Email:- nsvenkatchennai@gmail.com

Web:-  nandinivoice.com

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ALL INDIA ESSAY COMPETITION

ON

WHICH PRINCIPLE OF MAHATMA GANDHI IMPRESSED ME THE MOST

LIST OF PRIZE WINNERS

In the context of  Gandhi Jayanthi Day, Nandini Voice For the Deprived has recently organized All India Essay Competition  for students on “Which principle of Mahatma Gandhi impressed me the most" in the month of September,2017.

There was good response  from students all over India.

Following are the prize winners in the essay competition.

*          Ms.S.Raja Siva Sree, B.Com.(Hons). Shri  Ram College of Commerce, Delhi

*          Ms.Shweta Parmar, B.Com.(Hons). Motilal Nehru College, New Delhi

*          Mr.Adarsh Goutam, B.Sc. ,(Economics)(Hons) St.Xavier’s College, Kolkata

*          Ms.Simran Saluja, Aryabhatta College,New Delhi

*          Ms.Anamika Dass, M.A.(Hindi),University of Delhi, New Delhi

*          Mr.Varun Chandra Shrivastava, (B.H.M.S), Dr.Halim Homeopathic Medical College & Hospital, Bihar

*          Ms.A.Faasilla Begum, M.Sc.,[Department of Nutrition & Dietetics], Jamal Mohamed College, Trichy

*          Ms.M.Arthi , B.Com,  Sri Sarada College for Women, Tirunelveli

*          Ms.J.Priyadharshini, B.Sc. (Chemistry),Fatima College, Madurai

*          Mr.Tarun Chand, B.Tech ( Electronics and Communication Engineering),

Rayat Institute of Engineering & Information Technology,Punjab

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TWO MONTHS FREE VACATION COURSE IN BASIC COMPUTER OPERATIONS  FOR POOR STUDENTS

Nandini Voice for the Deprived, is offering free tailoring course  for women belonging to lower income group and free computer course for youth belonging to lower income group and senior citizens, at Besant Nagar and Korattur.

The students are now being admitted for the next batch year 2017.

Free Tailoring school  functions at Kakkan Colony in Besant Nagar

Those interested in joining the above course  can contact immediately.

Suitable students can also be recommended by others.

 

 
 
 
 



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