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MIRAL PHARM 2017 Essay Competition Announced 1 Year Scholarship + Factory Visit To India To Be Won

AN indigenous pharmaceutial firm, MIRAL Pharm Ltd is organising an essay competition. The topic is: “End malaria for good”. It is for pharmacy students of the Nnamdi Azikwe University (NAU), Awka, the Anambra State capital. The topic is the
theme of the 2016 World Malaria Day.
To be part of the competition, participants are required to register and submit the 1,000-word essay on the company’s website –
www.miralpharm.com by March 1 2017
To Participate
Log on to www.facebook.com/miralpharm to like our facebook page
Complete the registration  form here and your login details will be sent to your email address
Login and write an essay of not more than 1000 words
Submit your essay on or before 12.00 midnight,March 1st 2017 via this link
Prizes to be won include a one-year
scholarship and a trip to selected facilities in India (first prize); one-year scholarship and a laptop (second prize), and one-year
scholarship (third prize).
There will also be consolation prizes.
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At a press conference to announce the competition, Managing Director of the firm, Mr Onyeka Onyeibor, expressed hopes that the
essays will uncover actionable research interests, which they can support.
“Through the “End malaria for good project’,Miral intends to encourage thinking and improve expressions amongst students as well as contribute knowledge to the nation’s
research base,” Onyeibor said at a briefing to announce the competition.
He said in 2015 about 31 million Nigerians were diagnosed with malaria a far cry from the expectation of the World Health
Organisation (WHO) in the eradication of malaria.
To eliminate malaria, the incidence
should reduce to less than 1 case per 1,000 persons.
Project Coordinator, Ifeyinwa Ugo-Amadi, said the essays will be evaluated based on ingenuity, structure, insightfulness, content
and language style by three independent examiners.
She also said that plagiarism will not be tolerated and counseled students to reference the source of any information used.
The NAU has been chosen as a pilot school while subsequent editions are expected to include other universities in the country.
Speaking on the project, the NAU Vice Chancellor, Prof Joseph Ahaneku, represented by Prof Carol Arinze-Umeobi, Deputy Vice
Chancellor (Administration), thanked Miral Pharm for promoting health literacy and research among Nigerian students.
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