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Call for professionalism

Salaseini Moceiwai
Friday, August 29, 2014

TWENTY FIVE pioneer students enrolled in a new nursing program at the Labasa Sangam College of Nursing have been urged to maintain professionalism and loyalty to the institution.

Chairman of the human resources board of the Sangam Institute of Technology Parmod Achary, in delivering his keynote address at the program launch yesterday, said the college strived to look after its students and staff members to the best of its ability, thus such attitude was required of them.

"We expect our students and staff to be professional and loyal to the college. Our institution has strong disciplinary foundations and the college will not tolerate any nonsense and delinquent behaviour from any of its stakeholder," he said.





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