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Carnegie Council commented on Zahida Begum's blog post How Essay submission possible in Carnegie mail
"Hi Zahida Begum, Sorry you're having trouble. I've just sent you a message to walk you through the submission process.  - Jared, Carnegie Council"
Oct 15, 2019
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How Essay submission possible in Carnegie mail

Could you please guide me, I submitted my essay contest on the given Carnegie address but still it's not mail.
Oct 15, 2019

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Department of Metallurgy and Materials Engineering
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I'm the student of Metallurgy and Materials Engineering. I alway want to learned new and different things from this amazing universe.

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How Essay submission possible in Carnegie mail

Posted on October 15, 2019 at 8:01am 1 Comment

Could you please guide me, I submitted my essay contest on the given Carnegie address but still it's not mail.

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