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Aardash, Sereima Lead SVC

The Year 13 students vowed to do their best to lead the student council to the best of their abilities   Being a leader isn’t about being better than everyone
04 Feb 2017 11:00
Aardash, Sereima Lead SVC
front to back, Head girl Sereima Vesikula, head boy Aadarsh Shyam, Roshni Panda (year 9 level head), Yash Kumaran, Dev Kalavadiya, Vutalei Navula and Shivani Narayan, Pauliasi Mateboto, Paula Tuilagivou and Divashli Chand during the prefects induction yesterday. Photo: WAISEA NASOKIA

The Year 13 students vowed to do their best to lead the student council to the best of their abilities

 

Being a leader isn’t about being better than everyone else says Aadarsh Shyam, the newly-inducted headboy of Swami Vivekananda College.

Aadarsh and classmate Sereima Vesikula who was badged the headgirl of the school were both proud to be chosen.

Aadarsh who has been part of the school for the past four years said: “It is about having the trust in the student body to organise and represent them with honesty and enthusiasm, when ever called upon. We all know that united we stand and divided we fall.

“Although previous leaders, have in the past, left footprints as leaders in SVC, I want to stress the fact that I too will have my own style of leadership and I will work toward leaving own footprint in SVC.

“I am at ease knowing that I am not alone in this adventurous quest. Behind me are unique sets of people who will form the new student council and will work towards fulfilling their roles with utmost passion and charisma.”

The 17-year-old is contemplating to study robotics, as he is a tech-science student and good at Physics.

 

Expectations

Sereima, on the other hand, said she would put in her best to put the student council on par with the expectation.

“It is a great challenge as I did not expect this as I was more into academic,” the Navunievu, Bua lass said.

Her ambition is to be a meteorologist, as she wishes to champion climate change

The school roll stands at 1000 with 54 school prefects, 10 level heads, 15 library monitors and 30 senior prefects.

Meanwhile, the SVC Heritage Project inauguration was also held and the High Commissioner of India Shri Vishvas Sapkal officiated at the event.

This project includes timeline photos that depict the school’s history stuck on the corridor walls.

Edited by Caroline Ratucadra

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