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Name: Birgit
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Date: 27 Apr 17 05:40pm
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Date: 27 Apr 17 05:39pm
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Date: 27 Apr 17 05:26pm
â As winning piece is chosen at in-house competition By Desilon DanielsThe Carnegie School of Home Economics, on Thursday, held a preliminary competition to determine the schoolâs submission into this yearâs Science and Technology fair.The winning piece, âTropical WaterfallâThe submission will see the instituteâs first participation in the Ministry of Educationâs fair.The theme of this yearâs fair is industrial technology with a focus on solid waste management, and Carnegieâs participants yesterday displayed this theme to the best of their abilities.Joy-Ann Harry, Cheap Jerseys Online, Vice Principal of Carnegie, noted that solid waste is constantly seen all around the country. However, she said, the waste could be reused and put to do something excellent.âThis waste, along with creative minds and skilled hands, can be transformed into products that can blow your minds, â Harry asserted.Carnegie Principal, Penelope Harris, also said that Guyana was âon the moveâ in terms of innovation and technology. She emphasised that as advances are made, it becomes important for institutions, including the Carnegie School, to remain relevant and not be left out. She further thanked the students for their participation and applauded their efforts.She said that this year would see Carnegieâs first participation in the technology fair, Harris said that the competition would be a start and âcan only get better and betterâ.Yesterdayâs preliminary competition was judged by Training Manager for Demerara Distillers Limited (DDL), Floyd Scott, along with Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) representative Aretha Forde, and Principal Harris.The competition saw the participation of 33 students in seven groups. Harry said that the students grabbed the opportunity to create unique items of a high standard out of waste.Created items were made from a number of materials including eggshells, plastic spoons, plastic bottles and coconut fiber.The exhibits were judged on a number of areas. Harris said some of these areas were functionality, oral and physical presentations, and creativity and uniqueness.Following the judging, âTropical Waterfallâ, an exhibit which depicted a waterfall made out of plastic bottles, was deemed the best piece. One of its creators explained that the âwaterfallâ could be used for decorative purposes inside homes or gardens.She said, too, that the creation had not taken long to build as the materials were easy to acquire.The winning piece was awarded $30, 000 which would be used to the benefit of the studentsâ class. Second and third prizes were $20, 000 and $10, 000 respectively.Penelope Harris expressed the hope that the winning piece would stand on its own at the national level of the competition.At the national level, she said, Carnegie will be competing against a number of institutions in Georgetown, Linden and Essequibo. There would be an entry from the Essequibo Technical Institutes and the Guyana Industrial Training Centre.The Technological Skills Competition is being hosted by the Council for Technical and Vocational Education and Training (CTVET), under the Ministry of Education. Participating institutions were required to hold a preliminary in-house competition before moving on to the national level in June.At the national level, the most outstanding project will be chosen to participate in the international leg of the competition. This year, the international round will be led in September in São Paulo, Brazil.
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Date: 27 Apr 17 05:26pm
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Date: 27 Apr 17 05:26pm
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