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Thousands flock to university open day

Salaseini Moceiwai
Saturday, July 19, 2014

CHOOSING an appropriate career path in life warrants a pivotal decision.

And in order for such decisions to be effective, there is a dire need for students to be thoughtful and decisive to help them choose their courses wisely.

This was the message from the divisional police commander northern SSP Naulumatua Lutunacaucau to students who converged on Naiyaca for the FNU open day in Labasa yesterday.

"Having said this, it's also important for students to seek advice from parents and teachers so they don't regret their decisions later," he said.

"Our lives are in constant state of transitions. Life is always moving forward and nothing ever remains the same, yet most people don't manage change effectively and positively.

"Change comes to all of us whether we are prepared for it or not and how we deal with those changes determines whether they will ultimately benefit or affect us."

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