Kamba sets sights on dream after taking award

Youth & Careers

A 22-year-old from East Sepik was overjoyed after receiving the award for top performing student for certificate 3 in business at the Institute of Business Studies Tvet College in Port Moresby last Friday.
Norman Kamba of Holik Village in Yangoru, a student representative, said he was not expecting the award but was proud he was the recipient.
He thanked everyone who supported him while he was studying and encouraged his fellow graduates never to give up on anything and always avoid bad company.
“Giving up is the greatest weakness in life. Society is dying because people give up,” he said.
Kamba was one of the 166 students who graduated at IBS Tvet College at 6-Mile campus with certificates three and four in accounting, business, information technology and human resource management.
Kamba said he dream was to be a politician, but because his father is a businessman in Vanimo, West Sepik, he had to study business and work with his father.
The institution’s principal, Dr Thirumal Raman, said IBS was an institution that give students education and experience and sets them up for success in a carrier.
Raman said the greatest achievement for the IBS Group of Institutions was the elevation of its 11-Mile campus to university on Dec 1, 2016, by the National Executive Council.

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