Nigerian student emerged second best in 2013 world research competition
By Abdulrazaq O Hamzat
Press release – A graduate of National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) and member of Congress of Noun Students (CONS) Mr. Bayo Soneye has emerged second best student in the world research competition in Art category with his enthusiastic participation in the Giap’s Confluence v1.0 2013
International Competition of Research Paper/Project/Dissertation for UG/PG students held in Mumbai, India. With this feat, The National Open
University of Nigeria (NOUN) has again proven it’s capacity to produce students capable of competing and excelling among students across the world.
Mr. Bayo Soneye graduated from National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) in 2011/2012 session after claiming M.Ed in Educational Administration and Planning. The event host, Gyandhara International Academic Publication (GIAP) is a fast emerging e-publication house in Mumbai, Muscat and California, registered with Ministry of Finance, Government of India. GAIP helps students in preparing quality manuscript form their data, by our experts’ feedback and assistance.
GIAP’S Confluence v1.0 competition was a humble start by GIAP to provide a platform to students to show case their research talent to the world.
According to GIAP in their message of thanks sent to the winners and participants on 14th of September 2013, it noted that, all papers
presented at the event were of high quality and upto mark.
‘’It was a tough time for our judges to decide winner among these kind of papers.’’ The organizers said. After a long discussion, GIAP committee announced Soneye Semiu Adebayo, A Nigerian Student from National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) as the second best in Art category of the competition with his paper titled, ”The Impact Of Application Of Information And Communications Technology (Ict) In The Administration Of Polytechnics
In Ogun State, Nigeria”.
Cash prizes and merit certificates are being issued to all winners.
AMB. Abdulrazaq O Hamzat
Congress of Noun Students