AT the prize-giving for the ATV/Tung Wah Student of the Year Award 1992/93, held recently, winners were praised for their concern for school, family and community. Speaking at the presentation ceremony, Mr Jackie Wong, chairman of the Tung Wah Group of Hospitals, said the awards gave recognition and encouragement to students who had combined outstanding academic achievement with good conduct and had rendered commendable service to school and community. Mr Wong said this year's winners were good students who also showed a high civic sense. The annual award, established in 1981, is given to students of Tung Wah's primary and secondary schools. The honour recognises academic achievement as well as service within the school and outside. For secondary schools, the winner was Yuen Wai-shan of Wong Fut Nam College, who received a scholarship of $4,000 and a trophy. The first runner-up was Lam Pui-ling of Yau Tze Tin Memorial College, who received a scholarship of $2,000, and the second runner-up was Yiu Ka-tung of Lee Ching Dea Memorial College, who received a scholarship of $1,000. For primary schools, the winner was Poon Tai-wai of the PM session of Tam Shiu Primary School, who received a scholarship of $2,00 and a trophy. Second and third prize-winners were respectively Cheung Man-hong of the PM session of Hongkong and Kowloon Electrical Appliances Merchants Association Ltd School, and Hung Chi-yan of the AM session of Sin Chu Wan Primary School. They received scholarships of $1,000 and $500 respectively. Eleven secondary schools and 17 primary school pupils won the ''Outstanding Student'' scholarships of $400 and $300 respectively.