There are great and inspiring rewards for working hard; this is the time to contribute harder in being part of the delegation which will head to Holland next year (24 March 2011). As the SRC, we have confidence that all students have the abilities of passing 7 subjects. There is bad consequence for failing a subject; so pass 7 Subjects.
In detail, here are some of the benefits of Passing 7 subjects:
- Guaranteed a seat for the next level.
- You do not pay supplementary fees for rewriting a failed subject.
- If you get an overall average of 80% and above; you stand a chance of part of the Top 10 students who will head to Holland next year at No expense to you.
We have the responsibility of working hard and rewards are endless. We must strive to be the best by not limiting ourselves. The greatest global figures became extra ordinary by being unique from other people; I believe that in you we have the next greatest Global figure. Hard work and success is attached to so many great attribute; Discipline, Respect for others, concentration and so many more.
Credit must go to all lecturers who did their best in equipping us with relevant information. We just need to transfer the knowledge we gained into our Final examinations. South West Gauteng College must be ranked number 1 come next year; Skills shortage within our country will be stopped by us working hard and we should strive to be entrepreneurs also through the Student Business Forum
We are writing our Final examinations; let’s give it our best and strive to achieve greater success. Good luck to all National Certificate (Vocational) students and all Nated students. PLEASE TAKE NOTE THAT South West Gauteng College REWARDS HARD WORK!
Yours in student leadership,
Ernest Khathutshelo Hasha
College SRC President 2011/12
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