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School Leaders Have A Big Responsibility

Newly-inducted head boy of Nadogo Central Col­lege in Macuata Province, Rosheel Chand, thanked the Government for making education more accessible, especially for rural children
10 Mar 2019 17:22
School Leaders Have A Big Responsibility
Nadogo Central College head boy Rosheel Chand with principal Mohammed Khan and head girl Priyashna Lal after the prefect induction at the school.

Newly-inducted head boy of Nadogo Central Col­lege in Macuata Province, Rosheel Chand, thanked the Government for making education more accessible, especially for rural children.

Originally from Daku, outside Labasa Town, the 18-year-old said he understood the value of education and aimed to become the first lawyer in his family.

“We are living in such an era now that, whether you be a student in urban or rural school, the curricula is the same and teachers are more equipped now,” Rosheel said.

“I want to thank the principal, Mohammed Khan, and all the staff for selecting me to be the head boy.

“I believe in working together with the school then only excellence will be achieved,” the youngest of three sib­lings said.

“I have learnt that while being a leader, I need to treat everyone as equal then only unity will be achieved.”

The head girl, Priyashna Lal, 17, said she was not sur­prised to be given the position because she was the dep­uty head girl last year.

“I have a bigger role to perform this year which will be challenging, but I am prepared,” the eldest of two sib­lings who is also from Daku and aspiring to become a doctor said.

“There are 448 students from Year Nine to 13, 34 teach­ers, 70 prefects and 14 hostel prefects, meaning a bigger responsibility.” Edited by Susana Tuilau

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