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Nazaha announces the results of its educational competition for students in the field of protecting of integrity and the fighting corruption


The National Anti-Corruption Commission announced on Wednesday 25/4/2018 the results of the educational competition for university students and colleges for the best research, article or initiative in the field of protecting integrity and fighting corruption.
A student of the University of Tabuk, Aisha Bint Sakhri al-Enezi, won the first place with a cash prize of 10000 SR. Suad bint Abdullah Al-Ahmadi, from Taibah University, won the second prize of 8000, And the third place, a student of King Faisal University in Al-Ahsa, Mohammed bin Abdulwahab Al-Qarini 6000, the fourth place Sara bin Ahmed Al-Qurashi, from King Abdulaziz University 5000.
In the article category, on the topics of: work ethics, honesty in scientific research, preservation of university property, clarity and transparency, King Saud University student Faisal bin Mohammed Al Harbi won the first place with a cash prize of 5000 SR, from Princess Noura University, Laila bint Hatem Sulaiman and got a prize of 4000 SR. Third place was Rizwa bint Salem from King Faisal University in Al-Ahsa and her prize was 3000 SR and the fourth was Ziad bin Abdulwahab Al-Quraini from King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals and got 2000 SR. The fifth place was achieved by the University of Shaqra branch of the Faculty of Education in Afif, Maha Bint Abdullah Al Otaibi, and prize 1000 riyals.
The Best Research Award was withheld because participants did not meet the competition requirements.
The competition comes as one of the awareness and education programs carried out by the National Anti-Corruption Commission , in cooperation with the Ministry of Education, and based on the national strategy of protecting integrity and fighting corruption, which emphasizes the importance of public awareness against corruption, and promote moral behavior and develop the sense of citizenship and the importance of protecting Public funds, utilities, and public property.
Nazaha expressed its thanks to the Ministry of Education and to all participants in the competition, which comes as one of the programs that aims to promote the values of integrity in educational institutions, and encourage students and educational institutions to read in the field of protecting integrity.