Exploits University on Friday 24th Aprilgraduated 460 students with Diploma’s and degrees in various programmes ata function which was held at Bingu International Conference Centre in Lilongwe.
Speaking during the graduation ceremony, the Chancellor of the Exploits University, Dr. Kingstone Ngwira urged students to be exemplary, saying they should not endanger themselves in corruption, nepotism and other cooperate lives in the organizations they are going to represent.
“My expectation is that the students should live to their qualification because the expectations out there are very higher and we also expect them to carry exploit university flag by behaving in a professional manner,” he said.
Ngwira also urged graduates to swim above challenges and stay focused,.
“I would like to urge you graduates that you should make sure to move forward interns of your strategic vision, you will face challenges but never say die and you should not think this is the end itself because education is along life experience.
He added that he is optimistic that the graduates are going to be assets in different organizations saying the University has quality programs which are delivered by qualified and experienced lectures who know their job.
The University Dean Mr. Madalitso Mukiwa also asked Graduates to put God first in their endeavours and apply knowledge gained whilst working hard and upholding ethics saying Malawian youth have potential to do better if they employ discipline, God’s guidance and diligence in their escapades.
Mukiwa said since exploits university was introduced, it has nurtured hundreds of young men and women with expertise which they are employing in various sectors of the Malawi’s economy.
One of the students who made it with distinction in Bachelor of Business Management, Ella Chimbalanga said she is ready to contribute in the economic growth of the country using skills and knowledge acquired from her studies.
“Am very grateful for the institution for awarding me with a distinction and I believe it will make me to open major doors in the society and I am ready to contribute in the development of the country.
“There were challenges yes! But I believe, challenges are school fees to success”, Chimbalanga said
During the ceremony, 47 students graduated with diploma’s in management studies, 165 students Degree’s in bachelor of accountancy, 125 students graduated in bachelor of Business administration, 32 bachelor of arts in Human resource management, 41 in bachelor of arts in health systems management, 41 in bachelor of arts in logistics and supply chain management and 4 students master of business administration while 3 others graduated in Doctor in business administration.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :