The category seeks to reward the project that, in the opinion of the adjudication committee, best represents an above-average degree of scholarship, research, technical insight, authoring and presentation in communicating an information and communication technology (ICT) subject, theme or issue.
Main Adjudication Criteria
1 Subject Matter
The relative significance and overall technical value of the subject matter under consideration.
The originality, resourcefulness and creativeness of the research towards the declared project objective.
3 Subject Contribution
The degree with which the project has contributed toward the overall knowledge related to the subject matter.
The measure of excellence and in the organisation and presentation of the project.
The quality, scholarship and professionality presented through the writing within the dissertation.
6 Pioneering Aspect
The potential of the project to originate and nurture further research in the same or related subject-matter.
7 Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance (ESG)
Recognising those who made a considerable effort to contribute towards environmental sustainability, community welfare and those focusing on good corporate governance.
|Ref.||Primary Adjudication Criteria||Weighting (%)|
|Ref.||Bonus Criterion||Weighting (%)|
|7||Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance (ESG)||5|