28 students of the Shree Hindu Mandal Secondary School have now joined the InterSchools League (ISL) Quiz to compete for honours in the monthly web-based quiz. Speaking to ECC representative, the School Deputy of Academics David Joseph, expressed hope that the quiz would benefit the students in terms of knowledge gained. On the other hand, ECC Director Mohamedarif Suleman, speaking to an assembly gathering told the students that the league was designed to encourage competition amongst schools, expose students to new ways of learning and research, amongst other hidden advantages.
Those who registered are:
Jay .D. Chohan
ECC wishes all of them the best of luck.
Mwalimu Zubery, Head of Finance at BancABC, and a member of the College Advisory Council (CAC) recently advised students to extend their learning capabilities beyond the classroom while utilising things that they have learnt in class. He congratulated all high-flying Business students who received their UK Diplomas, Certificates and Transcripts.
In this project the student group collected money, for those less fortunate, so as to help them achieve their dreams and make them SMILE!!
The money was used in giving SAC members a chance to visit the New Life Orphanage where various activities were conducted i.e. Educating the children by teaching them basic Math and English, intellectual games; including scrabble and counting numbers. Also games such as soccer was be played for entertainment and good health.
The Donation to the club gave the students a lift to buy the orphans stationeries, books to read and healthier food to eat.
Pictured above Students Affairs Council President Elisha Mawji (near right) with SAC members Kanize Fatema Dewji and Mehdiya Manji, posing for a group photo at the New Life Orphans Home, where they distributed food items, reading materials and other supplies and spent half a day with the children, treating them to a meal and playing with them. The programme was part of the Council’s involvement in community service.
Speaking at the annual Graduation Ceremony of the Academic International Primary School (AIPS), ECC Director expressed deep satisfaction at the various performances that were presented by the students. He also shared a 7-point advise with the students in building a strong and purposeful life, full of excitement, challenges and contribution to society.