Jan 5, 2013: Bhutanese Students Group in Pittsburgh (BSGP) has successfully conducted one-day essay writing competition on 5th January 2013 at Hilltop computer center located in Carrick. BSGP is the group founded back in 2011 working enthusiastically to make our community better by collaborating with students to help them find purpose of educational incentives to succeed in life. BSGP also provides best advices to students needing help to choose career and help to individual those seeking to apply for financial aid and more.
We are Proud to announce that Pallavi of Class X made a mark in CBSE essay writing competition on NO TOBBACCO DAY, her fluency in written expression highlighting the need to sensitise young minds against the consumption of Tobacco.
UniKL LMS: UniKL Essay Writing Competition 2012
A lot of debate and discussion happened in the past among the experts on how to preserve the language and everybody opined that the development should take place at schools. Various means and methods were adopted by different organisations and schools to achieve preservation and development in Bhoti language and one of them is the ‘Inter School Essay Writing Competition’. The event was launched last year and it is getting better and more popular with participation from many schools in and
To learn more about the Essay Writing Competition for MDC high school students, as well as the Center for Women's and Gender Studies, including its Bachelor's degrees and sample courses, please read below. An award ceremony will be held at the MDC Women's Park in May (date TBD). MDC high school juniors and seniors are eligible to enter the contest.The ENSAYO competition is one of the premier essay writing competitions on International Humanitarian Law. Its genesis can be traced to the to the year 2009 when it was launched by the Center for Advanced Study in International Humanitarian Law (CASH) at Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab (India) in collaboration with the ICRC Regional Delegation, New Delhi, India. Organised annually, ENSAYO, is primarily for undergraduate student from both law and non-law disciplines. A new theme is identified every year and ENSAYO offers a platform for students to express their views on the same. The topics range from traditional issues in IHL to contemporary challenges. Over the years the ENSAYO has attracted a lot of participation from Asia. The competition has been instrumental in piquing the interest of the students in IHL and facilitating the larger vision of the ICRC in integrating the dissemination of IHL amongst the student community.