INDIA DAY – AWARD GUIDELINES- 2019

 

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INDIA DAY – AWARD GUIDELINES- 2019
India Day Celebration
2:00 pm to 5:00 pm, Sunday, February 10, 2019 at Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
 
AWARDS CATEGORIES AND ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
 

  1. ACADEMIC HONORS AWARD
  1. Elementary: A student must have minimum  A’ grade or 80% or more in all four (4) core subjects (Language Arts, Social Studies, Mathematics and Science)
  2. Junior High: A student must receive as a minimum 80% or more in all four (4) core subjects (Language Arts, Social Studies, Mathematics and Science)  
  3. Senior High: A student must receive as a minimum 80% or more in all four (4) core subjects (Language Arts, Social Studies, Mathematics and Science) 

 
Copy of transcript/report card of final exam must be attached with the application
 

  1. ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE AWARD
  1. Junior High: Graduating students, who have maintained 80% or more in all four (4) core subjects (Language Arts, Social Studies, Mathematics and Science) in each of the academic years (2016, 2017 and 2018) are eligible for this award.
  2. Senior High: Graduating students, who have maintained 80% or more in all four (4) core subjects (Language Arts, Social Studies, Mathematics and Science) in each of the academic years (2016, 2017 and 2018) are eligible for this award.

 
NOTE:  Students, who are applying for Academic Excellence Award, do not apply for Academic Honors Award.
 

  1. DISTINCTIVE ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

A student who has won distinction (1st, 2nd or 3rd prize) in Music, Drama, Debating, Mathematics, Science, Arts, Athletics, or any other extra curricular field is eligible. The distinction must have been won in an open competition and must be at the municipal, provincial, or national level. Regular graduation from an institution or the obtaining of a high grade in it self, in any one of these fields will not be considered sufficient for this award. Kumon and other equivalent will not be considered for the distinctive achievement
Copy of the certificate must be provided
 

  1. CISE EXEMPLARY CITIZENSHIP AWARD

A student of Junior High or Senior High who has  i) displayed good citizenship, ii) done exemplary community services and iii) obtained an average of at least 80% or more in all four (4) core subjects, are eligible. The details of the community service and citizenship demonstrated, duly supported by testimonials from recipient institutions and other should accompany the application.

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IMPORTANT NOTES
 

  1. ALL APPLICATION MUST BE SUBMITTED USING ONLINE SUBMISSION.
  2. SUBMISSION VIA EMAIL AND / OR HARD COPIES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
  3. Please submit separate application, if you are applying for more than one award.
  4. Online submission must be submitted 5:00 pm, on Saturday, December 22nd, 2018.
  5. For any of the above awards, the candidate must be: i) a full time student, ii) from the East Indian community, iii) a resident of Alberta in the region north of Red Deer. All achievements, grades, certificates, or distinctions, must have been obtained in the academic year 2017-2018, except for Academic Excellence and CISE Citizenship Award, where past work will also be considered.
  6. Please read the information sheet on the eligibility criteria before completing the application. Incomplete application without proper supporting documents will NOT be considered.
  7. Individual MUST upload scan copies of transcript/report card and other documents.
  8. Award Committee’s decision will be final and binding