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GUWAHATI, Oct 31 - Prizes and merit certificates were awarded to the winners of the write-up contest conducted by The Assam Tribune in association with Headway, as part of initiatives under project Insight Plus.

The contest was held in two groups. In Group I, students from classes IX to XII sent their entries for the topic �Are you receptive to Career Choices�. The first three winners in this category were Priya Pandey of Maharishi Vidya Mandir, Swakshar Bora of Army School, Tezpur, and Biswajit Kalita of Little Flower Senior Secondary School respectively.

In Group II, undergraduate students sent entries for the topic �The choice between government and private schools, which is better and why?� The first three winners were Muktav Saikia of NERIM, Smita Choudhury of Cotton University and Avishal Rachel N Sangma of NERIM.

The prize distribution ceremony was held at the office of The Assam Tribune today and the prizes were given away by Babita Rajkhowa, one of the directors of the Assam Tribune Group of Publications, and Neetu Sarawgi, chairperson of Headway.

Project Insight Plus is an annual student enrichment programme of The Assam Tribune conducted in association with Headway. As part of this project, career workshops titled �Insights to Career Building� are conducted at various schools of Guwahati. So far, such workshops have been conducted at six schools and colleges, while a few more educational institutions will be participating in November.

Students and school administrations have found the workshops extremely useful, especially the question-answer sessions where students seek answers to their various queries.

Headway is a literary and education and education consultancy firm imparting �listening, speaking, reading and writing (LSRW)� skills and career counselling skills to students and women. The aim of Project Insight Plus is to complement the knowledge of children and youths with real world life skills. The entire project revolves around four key areas: language skills, transferable skills, study strategies and performing arts.

The next initiative under the project will focus on waste management as there is a need to create awareness about this aspect in society, especially among the student community. The other associates for the career workshops are SBI, Datamation, NERIM, CEC and 92.7 Big FM.

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Tribune write-up contest winners awarded

GUWAHATI, Oct 31 - Prizes and merit certificates were awarded to the winners of the write-up contest conducted by The Assam Tribune in association with Headway, as part of initiatives under project Insight Plus.

The contest was held in two groups. In Group I, students from classes IX to XII sent their entries for the topic �Are you receptive to Career Choices�. The first three winners in this category were Priya Pandey of Maharishi Vidya Mandir, Swakshar Bora of Army School, Tezpur, and Biswajit Kalita of Little Flower Senior Secondary School respectively.

In Group II, undergraduate students sent entries for the topic �The choice between government and private schools, which is better and why?� The first three winners were Muktav Saikia of NERIM, Smita Choudhury of Cotton University and Avishal Rachel N Sangma of NERIM.

The prize distribution ceremony was held at the office of The Assam Tribune today and the prizes were given away by Babita Rajkhowa, one of the directors of the Assam Tribune Group of Publications, and Neetu Sarawgi, chairperson of Headway.

Project Insight Plus is an annual student enrichment programme of The Assam Tribune conducted in association with Headway. As part of this project, career workshops titled �Insights to Career Building� are conducted at various schools of Guwahati. So far, such workshops have been conducted at six schools and colleges, while a few more educational institutions will be participating in November.

Students and school administrations have found the workshops extremely useful, especially the question-answer sessions where students seek answers to their various queries.

Headway is a literary and education and education consultancy firm imparting �listening, speaking, reading and writing (LSRW)� skills and career counselling skills to students and women. The aim of Project Insight Plus is to complement the knowledge of children and youths with real world life skills. The entire project revolves around four key areas: language skills, transferable skills, study strategies and performing arts.

The next initiative under the project will focus on waste management as there is a need to create awareness about this aspect in society, especially among the student community. The other associates for the career workshops are SBI, Datamation, NERIM, CEC and 92.7 Big FM.

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