Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria (CIPM) 2017 Annual Essay Competition

DEADLINE: Monday August 7, 2017

Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria is the regulatory body chartered by Act 58 of 1992 to control the practice of Human Resources Management (HRM) of Nigeria. The Institute has the vision of being the foremost people management Institute in Africa respected across the world.

Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria announces its 2017 Annual Essay Competition.

TOPIC: Stemming the surge of security challenges in  Nigeria: Need for collective effort

REQUIREMENTS :

  1.  Reference letter from the Registrar of their institution
  2. Photocopy of Admission letter to their current institution
  3.  One recent passport sized photograph iv Current mobile telephone number and e-mail address
  4. Applicant must be an undergraduates in Nigerian Universities & Polytechnics.

ENTRIES:

Please send a spiral-bound copy of entry with the above requirements to: “The Registrar, CIPM, CIPM House, Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos” Or E-copy to: essaycompetition@cipmnigeria.org; Cc: charitynwaigbo@cipmnigeria.org

GUIDELINES:

  • Paper Size= A4; Font Type= Times New Roman; Font Size= 12; Spacing= Double-line spacing;
  • Length of Essay= 10pages (3000 words).
  • In-text and citation of sources must be made, also references (works cited) must appear at the end of the essay and
  • Plagiarism in all forms is prohibited and will attract outright disqualification of indicted entries.

DEADLINE: Monday August 7, 2017 

For further enquiries, please visit the official website here or send a mail to charitynwaigbo@cipmnigeria.org

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