MUBAS Conducts Career Guidance

News   Hazviperi Mbizi   July 5, 2021
PIC: Orama students during an educational tour at the Innovation Design Studio
The Acting Dean of Students, Dr Gertrude Sitolo Banda together with members of the MUBAS Students Union, conducted motivational and career talks to learners of Orama Private Secondary School from Mangochi district.

The event took place on July 2, 2021 at the MUBAS ICT/ ODEL auditorium.

The Students Union team comprised of Sarah Chirwa, Lloyd Thalavu, Peace Nkhata, Hannah Chirambo, Noel Chadza and Vanessa Chitani.

The learners were taken through a presentation where they were informed on the various programmes offered at the university and their requirements.

Speaking during the event, Dr Sitolo Banda encouraged the learners to work hard and be part of those who will attain higher education.

“I would like to encourage you to work hard in class and further your education. You may meet various challenges in life but that should not you stop you from aiming high. It is reported that you come from an area where school drop out rate is very high. You should be a group that should make a difference,” she advised.

Later, they were taken around the campus where they visited the laboratories, the library, the new infrastructures and the sports facilities.

In their remarks, representing the Orama team, Andrew Muphuwa and Limbani Nyasulu thanked the organizing team for the good hospitality. They further requested that since they could not bring everyone, the MUBAS team should visit the school in future so that the other learners should benefit too.


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