The National Students Awards, Ghana (NSA-Ghana) has served notice to the public the deadline for the submission of nominations for the 2017 edition of the Awards falls on November 1.
NSA Ghana in a statement Tuesday has implored students and organisations that are yet to fill their nomination forms to do so and submit same unfailingly before the deadline.
"It is our hope that deserving students, corporate entities and individuals will either nominate themselves or colleagues by filling the nomination forms on our website via www.nsaghana.org," the statement read.
Please read the full statement below:
Tuesday, October 3, 2017
NSA GHANA CLOSES NOMINATIONS FOR
2017 NATIONAL STUDENTS AWARDS ON 1ST NOVEMBER, 2017
The National Students Awards, Ghana (NSA-Ghana) wishes to bring to the notice of the public that the deadline for submission of nominations for the 2017 edition of the prestigious Awards is on Wednesday, November 1, 2017.
It is our hope that deserving students, corporate entities and individuals will either nominate themselves or colleagues by filling the nomination forms on our website via www.nsaghana.org.
The National Students Awards is organized by NSA Ghana in collaboration with the various Students’ Representative Councils (SRCs) and student Unions in the country. The Awards aimed at recognizing the contribution of Students, individuals, and corporate organizations to the development of education in Ghana. The Awards covers all the levels of the country’s educational ladder.
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