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Nihal Wants To Build Healthy Relationships In School

  Nihal Kumar wants to build a better relationship between teachers and students of Rishikul Sanatan College. The year 13 student of Ellington, Rakiraki was newly badged as the headboy
11 Feb 2017 12:43
Nihal Wants To Build Healthy  Relationships In School
Rishikul Sanatan College 2017 Head girl, Vanshika Raj 17 and Head Boy, Nihal Kumar 17 following their Prefect induction yesterday. Photo: Ronald Kumar.

 

Nihal Kumar wants to build a better relationship between teachers and students of Rishikul Sanatan College.

The year 13 student of Ellington, Rakiraki was newly badged as the headboy during the school’s prefect induction ceremony among 163 other prefects and form captains in Nasinu, yesterday.

He said his aim was to build a better relationship between the teachers and students would not be possible without the help of the headgirl.

“I would definitely need the help and support of the headgirl to help me with my aim for the students.

“I will make sure that I am well prepared and organised to walk on the path of a good leader.

“I know this friendly relationship might come into effect between my friends and me but I know my position is not only for them but for the whole school.

“I will stand with them if they are right but will discipline them if they are wrong,” Nihal said.

Headgirl of the school, Vanshika Raj, 17, said her inspiration for a great leader came from her teacher, Kirti Singh.

“I want to become an auditor in future and my teacher is my inspiration of how she projected being a great leader moving to becoming an auditor.

“Our generation has become more of competing with each other than co-operating.

“Just like Ms Singh, I want to make possible strategies to have teachers and student co-operate with each other.

“As without each other, we will not be able to make this year a successful one,” Vanshika said.

Edited by Maraia Vula

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