Akatsi College of Education launches 7th SRC Week Celebration

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By Lorlornyofm May 24, 2017 06:45

Akatsi College of Education launches 7th SRC Week Celebration

 The 7th Students Representative Council (SRC) Week Celebration of Akatsi College of Education was at the weekend launched on the school’s campus at the Letsa Korba Hall.

The theme for this year`s week celebration was: “Prioritizing Teacher Education: An Essential Ingredient for National Development.”

In his welcome address, the SRC President, Miracle Malm said as students they may be pressure from other angels of academic work which may be very stressful, but in all these he urged students to remain focused saying: “In life if you do not give up you cannot fail.”

 

He challenged the students to strive to achieve their goals no matter how difficult the journey might be.

“There is nothing we cannot do, when as students we remain united, loyal and committed to the larger interest of Akatsi College of Education,” he said, while appealing to the students to do what is right by human and divine standards to make the institution greater and stronger.

The Dean of Students, Sef-Johnson Nyadzi in launching the week advised the students to be disciplined in whatever they do, and noted that teaching as the oldest profession was the bedrock of all professions.

The immediate past SRC President, Courage Doamekpor in a solidarity message called on the Principals in the various Colleges of Education in the country to release the end of semester results of the previous semester for the level 200 students which have been withheld for non-payment of fees.  

The Guest Speaker, Daniel Fly Kadzahlo who is the Manager of Kaleawo FM in Akatsi said the theme was directed to nobody, but the teacher-trainee, who he said are vital  to national development.

He urged teacher-tainees to take up the challenge of adding to quality education, and go through the required skill and training.

Miss Akatsico 2017, Freeman Matilda Makafui also called on all students, especially ladies, not to look down upon themselves, but hold up their faith and strive to get to the top.

She challenged people with various talents to dig deeper into themselves and discover who they really are, and not to be intimidated by people`s opinion, but rather stand firm for what they believe in.

Other programmes lined up for the celebration included health seminar, quiz competition, entrepreneur seminar and gospel rock show among others.

Story by David Yevugah

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