February 13, 2018 By Ibrahim Tarawallie
A total of 765 students have matriculated at the Institutite of Advanced Management and Technology (IAMTECH), an affiliate of Njala University, to pursue various programmes leading to the award of diplomas and degrees.
According to Registrar of the College, Alhaji Mohamed Sallieu Kamara, the group represents the largest number of matriculants since the college was established many years ago.
He said the turn-out showed clearly that the institution has been able to provide the required skills needed for students to gain employment after completing their courses.
He urged the matriculants to make good use of their time in the institution by doing well in their examinations to earn their diplomas and degrees.
Acting Principal of IAMTECH, Dr. Michael Wundah, congratulated the matriculants and urged them to be steadfast in their academic work, while at the same time socialising with other students.
“Your academic journey starts today. You have to work hard so that you will achieve your aims and objectives in this institution, which is education. We have set the standard here very high and we have been able to perform with excellence in the field of academia over the years,” he said.
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According Dr. Wundah, the journey of the matriculants would only be easy if they study hard and pass their exams to earn their certificates.
He emhasised that discipline should be the bedrock upon which they can achieve success in their various courses, adding that they have to be disciplined mentally and psychologically in order to be successful in life.
“Your parents have invested so much in you and so you must make them proud. You are at the right institution to make your dreams come because we have the lecturers with the required knowlegdge and expertise to help you succeed,” Dr. Wundah added.
While commending Njala University for providing the assistance needed over the years, the acting principal noted that structures have been put in place for the college to transform into an autonomous university.