The Vice-Chancellor of Victoria University, Assoc Prof Dr. Krishna N. Sharma, has in a candid speech advised students at the learning institution to garner skills to do better research, be innovative and build networks so that they can register positive achievements.
He was speaking during the inauguration of the new guild leaders at Speke Resort in Munyonyo. Mark Serebe was sworn in as the new guild president replacing Mariah Peggy Nabunya.
“You are students leaders not only representing students as the guild council but the entire university. Live by the slogan of the University which says come prepared to learn and leave prepared to succeed and achieve it. Make research your love,” Dr. Sharma said.
He said the new council should represent Victoria University across the country and beyond since it’s an international university.
Mariah Peggy Nabunya, the outgoing guild president, requested the University to always reserve opportunities for students to participate. She thanked Victoria University management for proper guidance.
‘We would like to thank the management of this great University for giving us an opportunity to serve the student community which venture was interesting and educative as we learnt new governance protocols that we shall use,” Nabunya said.
Mark Serebe the new guild president thanked the students for entrusting them with this important office and pledged to do their best to build strong linkages across the board and ensure the mandate before they are effectively implemented.
Latest from Kayla Namulondo
- Speke Resort, Munyonyo Commonwealth Resort Lure Customers With These Offers
- New E-Commerce Platform Nofeka Brings Fresh Shopping Experience
- Speke Resort Adhering To Strict Health Guidelines As It Reopens
- COVID19: Kampala Parents Executes Learn At Home TV Show To Help PLE Candidates
- Delhi Public School International To Start Teaching Robotics, Coding