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Work your way to success: Delana

Good leadership key to academic and sporting success!   The Assistant Minister for Youth and Sports, Iliasa Delana, has urged the newly inducted leaders of Cuvu College in Sigatoka to
24 Feb 2017 11:00
Work your way to success: Delana
From left: Cuvu College Headboy, Arshaque Shah, head girl Manisha Singh, (front) (Back) Principal Navneet Mishra, Assistant Minister for Youth and Sports, Iliasa Delana and Life member of the Cuvu College Board,Batiliai Kasowaqa at the Cuvu College in Sigatoka yesterday. Photo:ARISHMA DEVI-NARAYAN

Good leadership key to academic and sporting success!

 

The Assistant Minister for Youth and Sports, Iliasa Delana, has urged the newly inducted leaders of Cuvu College in Sigatoka to work their way to success.

Speaking at the school’s prefects’ induction ceremony, he said his message was for all and not just the student leaders.

Mr Delana, a former Cuvu College student himself, recollected his memories of his days at the College.

He also said it was on the leaders and the students to make the school proud.

Addressing the prefects, he said: “You will take on huge responsibilities as young leaders of the school.

“You will become the cornerstone of the student body for 2017 and will really have to set the very best example in all that you do throughout the year.

“Therefore, you will have to set the very best example in all that you do throughout the year,” Mr Delana said.

The induction day theme was ‘Good leadership: Key to academic and sporting success’.

He told the students inducted that they possessed the qualities of being a leader, but they had to remember that they had to always work hard at it.

“Let me also remind you that as leaders you are all role models.”

The College’s newly inducted headgirl, Manisha Singh said with her new role at hand, she would work to take the name of the school to higher standard.

Her parents, Chandar and Rosleen Singh, said they were proud of their daughter’s achievement and wished her well for the rest of the school year.

Headboy Arshaque Shah said he would seek the co-operation and support of the student council in order to maintain the discipline in the College.

Both newly inducted heads are Year 13 science students.

Edited by Jonathan Bryce

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