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Young Researchers from Kalinga Shine at International Student Research Congress

Young Researchers from Kalinga shine at the International Student Research Congress, earning the Outstanding Research Award.

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Young Researchers from Kalinga shine at the International Student Research Congress, clinching the prestigious Outstanding Research Award. Discover their remarkable journey to academic excellence.

In the realm of academia, conducting a research study is like navigating a maze of challenges, especially for students. Yet, despite the obstacles, a group of young researchers from Kalinga province has emerged triumphant, their hard work and determination earning them international recognition.

The Journey of Resilience

Led by Arawn Josh Bacacao, Mary Chris Balcanao, Cislyn Faith Banasan, and their peers from St. Tonis College Inc., this team of aspiring scholars embarked on a mission to explore maternal knowledge and attitudes towards routine immunization. Their study, conducted at the Kalinga Provincial Hospital, aimed to shed light on an important aspect of public health.

Navigating through research methodology and data analysis, the team faced challenges such as time constraints and academic pressures. However, with determination and guidance from their advisor, Krizhel Mirja Cawas, they persevered.

Recognition on the Global Stage

Their efforts paid off when Bacacao presented their study at the International Student Research Congress (ISRC) hosted by the Institute of Industry and Academic Research Incorporated. Competing in the Humanities and Social Sciences track, their research stood out, earning them the Outstanding Research Award.

Gratitude and Acknowledgment

Bacacao expressed gratitude to all who supported them, particularly their advisor, Krizhel Mirja Cawas, emphasizing the importance of mentorship.

Inspiring Future Generations

The success of these young researchers serves as inspiration for aspiring scholars worldwide. It highlights the potential of youth to make a difference through research and innovation.

Conclusion: A Triumph of Perseverance and Dedication

In conclusion, the achievement of the young researchers from St. Tonis College Inc. in Kalinga province demonstrates the power of research to effect positive change. Their journey, marked by resilience and collaboration, sets an example for future generations to pursue knowledge and discovery.

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