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Eduregard Essay 2017 Winners
19 Nov 2017

Eduregard Essay 2017 Winners

The wait is over, the Eduregard Essay Contest 2017 has come to an end. After thumbing through roughly 400 entries, the ones worthy of the prizes have been selected.

Note that winners were selected based on various criteria, from identifying the essay type and structure to research skills, grammatical juxtaposition, essay voice, and referencing.

As earlier mentioned, not winning doesn’t make you a poor writer, at the same time doesn’t belittle your great write-up. If you do not come out as a winner, check this previous update for some few points that will make you realise where you messed it all up and give you a better chance when it comes to subsequent essay contests.

Nevertheless, we got two winners for the 1st position, one winner for 2nd position and two winners for both 3rd and 4th position.

Below are the winners.


1st Position (1) – #50,000

Author – Osuji Collins

Entry Title – Is The Advent Of Digital Technology An Antidote For Our Woes?

Entry Link – READ HERE


1st Position (2) – #50,000

Author – Ceejay

Entry Title – One Nigeria, Plagued Past, Blasted Present, Bleak Future

Entry Link – READ HERE


2nd Position- #50,000

Author – Mascot Osama Ogbeide

Entry Title – Success: Is It Beyond The University Degree?

Entry Link – READ HERE


3rd Position (1) – #12,500

Author – Jegede Oluwatola

Entry Title – The Plague Of Cultism In Modern Realities; The Woes Of The Beguiling Beast Encumbering Our Nation  

Entry Link – READ HERE


3rd Position (2)- #12,500

Author – Temidayo Bamidele

Entry Title – A Critique On The Definition Of Rape As Contained In Section 357 Of The Criminal Code Act

Entry Link READ HERE


4th Position (1) – #12,500

Author – Afis Oluokun

Entry Title – Repositioning The Nigeria Secondary Education Sector For Quality Raw Feeds For Higher Institutions Of Learning

Entry Link – READ HERE


4th Position (2) – #12,500

Author – Lorkase Emmanuel Dominic.

Entry Title – The Stealthy Freedom

Entry Link – READ HERE


Consolation Prizes – #5,000

1. Campus Relationships And The Media READ HERE

2. Nigerian Graduates And Entrepreneurship  – READ HERE

3. Medical Negligence: A Sign That Medical Certification Bodies Have Failed – READ HERE

4. Procrastination, A Deep And Wide Disease In A Moral Nature – READ HERE


Winners are to forward the following details to Fattkay@eduregard.com using the email used to submit their entries – Name, Phone Number, Email, School (If Any), Entry Title and Bank Account Details.

Thanks to everyone for the participation, stay close for another edition, probably Xmas.

 

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