Maranatha Academy to award top MSCE students from public and private schools

Over 20 students who performed extremely well during the 2016/2017 Malawi School Certificate of Education (MSCE) examinations will be awarded during this year’s Maranatha Academy   Award ceremony which will be held on14 January,2018 at Robins Park in Blantyre.

Maranatha Academy Managing Director Ernest Kaonga told Nyasa Times on Friday that the  Top  students  Award Initiative, which is of its first kind by Maranatha  has been  introduced  to encourage students in Malawi to excel in education.

Kaonga said they have also organized this function as a way of promoting quality education in Malawi..

“We will recognize and award boys and girls from both public and private secondary schools, who emerged most outstanding with an aggregate of six points in the 2017 MSCE,” said Kaonga.

He said they will celebrate such an outstanding performance by preparing them a banquet that intends to signify the appreciation of highest academic performance in line with governments’ passion of promoting quality education.

Kaonga said they will assure that the program will continue and he called for more investment in the education sector for the country to develop adding that students should be fully supported to achieve their dreams.

The Managing Director went on to state that Maranatha Academy is proud for emerging first in private schools having three students with 6 points.

The three students, who are also expected to be awarded, include Jasper Mambo, Aaron Nyamba and Blessings James from Maranatha boys academy.

Meanwhile, Kaonga has called upon companies and organization’s to support the initiative with gifts to present to the outstanding students.

On another note, Kaonga said it is their wish to have the State President Peter Mutharika and First Lady GetrudeMutharika to grace the occasion.

“Our first choice is to have the First Couple because we feel they can inspire the students more. We are very grateful to the President and his government for trying their best in uplifting the standards of education in the country,” he said.

Joseph Phiri, a form 4 student at Blantyre Secondary School has commended Maranatha Academy for taking an initiative in recognizing and awarding outstanding students in the country.

He said the initiative will help to motivate and improve education standards in the country.

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ABraz
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Formal education from time immemorial has proved that is non-starter why am saying this is becoz it only promotes mediocrity in the heads of who attains it.A graduate from a college only buys a suit,official marriage,buys a passo,buys a place kumachinjiri. Its done basi…….no extension of knowldge or developmental and sustainable activities to the masses but shares little earned thru salary to a wife and children.

Anzijo
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That’s very good initiative

Wayawaya
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This is a wonderful event at least boys need recognition too, hands up maranatha

simeon
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Good news indeend.

Jim
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Maranatha woyee ansanje azipsa ntima

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