To be a qualified entry for the JNA Awards, you should:
- Complete all the questions in English within the stated word limit
- Provide complete and relevant answers to each category
- Do not apply the same answers to all the categories you are entering
- Do not submit more than 5 supporting documents
To maximise the chance of being shortlisted, we have asked our judges to share their thoughts on what is considered to be a high quality entry.
Mr James Courage:
“Relevance is key.”
Entrants should provide clear and concise evidence-based responses to the questions. The judges look into the relevancy of the provided supporting materials, case studies and data to back the entrants’ responses.
Mr Lin Qiang:
“A neat, concise and well-organised presentation.”
Consideration will be given to a neat, concise and well-organised presentation. Entries should clearly demonstrate the distinguished achievement or progress made in the respective categories with substantial data and concrete case studies.
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