FNU graduates urged to remain humble

Chief guest, GM Future Farms Ltd,Stanley Raniga presenting the certificate to CAFF graduate, Michelle Kumar. Picture: SUPPLIED

GRAB all the opportunities in life with both hands irrespective of how big or small the responsibility is.

The General Manager of Future Farms Limited, Stanley Raniga said this in his address to graduates from Fiji National University’s (FNU) College of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (CAFF) and National Training and Productivity Centre (NTPC).

The second series of FNU graduations for 2018 commenced today with the CAFF and NTPC Mr Raniga who was the chief guest urged graduates to remain humble, be honest and always maintain good work ethics.

Mr Raniga reminded the graduates to always be open to learning and make the best use of resources available to them.

“When you go into the workforce you will meet colleagues with a wealth of experience. The things that you will learn from them will be very useful in making you a successful person in your chosen career path,” Mr Raniga said.

A total of 190 students graduated from FNU’s first of seven graduation ceremonies which will be held this December.

Fifty-four students graduated from the College of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry while 136 graduated from the National Training and Productivity Centre.

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