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The Nature India essay competition is open for readers aged 25 to 50. The essayists will have an opportunity to draft a compelling narrative with personal anecdotes, emotion and a science-backed story that may become potentially historic in helping shape the roadmap for India's scientific future. The essays should convey thoughts on the societal impact of science in India is not more than 1000.
Here they are. the writing competition winners of our fourth annual essay competition on Kids World Travel Guide. This year, we are excited to have received entries from thirteen countries and are very grateful to have received such high quality essays from so many talented young writers! We had an extremely tough choice this year to find only one winner and one runner-up for each category.
The competition is open to anyone living in South Africa over the age of 16. The top 20 entrants may be asked to provide a photo of their ID or passport. Entrants must submit a story of maximum word count: 2000 words. Any entries exceeding the word count by 50 words will not be considered.
Unless the competition calls for it, try not to make your writing too specific to yourself. Try to write in a way which will allow anyone who reads your submission to find something they can identify with, or at least relate to. For instance, instead of writing about the impact a certain policy has on you, write about how it has affected your.
Kenya's Ministry of Education's Director of field coordination and Co-curricular activities Chacha Mwita said participants in the essay competition will be required to write essays of between 1000.
The winning essay will be published on Space in Africa. Top 10 finalists essays would be published in Springer’s Southern Space Studies Series; Timeline: The competition is open till March 2, 2019, and the winner will be announced on March 10, 2019. The competition will be judged by a high level panel of industry experts. Submission.
The competition by the Irish Aid and The Irish Times is meant to promote emerging, aspiring, and established writers, for the celebration of Africa Day. The competition is a short story and poetry competition, and it currently in its third year. The competition seeks to discover new writing talent, as well as further publicize established writers.