Northrise High Achiever Awards

This year’s high achiever awards held on November 8th 2017, gave the student body something to look forward to. Gift Siamulena, a third year student had the highest GPA and was awarded with not only a High Achiever Certificate of 2017 but a Meal Voucher for two at the Protea Hotel by Marriott, Ndola.

The High Achiever awards are awarded at the end of the academic year. Even though they are given to a select few students, they are a tribute to the amount of effort that both faculty and students have put in during the course of the academic year.

Mr Ngulube the Vice President Operations gave a few words of encouragement to students. He said, everybody that is enrolled at the university is intelligent and needs to work hard. He emphasized that there is always effort needed on the student’s part. Further more, eluded that all students should grow in production of knowledge that which is rooted in facts by making use of the various academic tools that have been put in place. He concluded by saying, “Every award given to other students should be an encouragement to all students to harder than they have this year.”

Northrise University has award categories, these are the President’s list and the Vice President Operations list. The presidents list consists of students who have a GPA of 3.5 and above. The Vice President Operations list consists of students who have a GPA of 3.0 to 3.49. The following are the students awarded in the two categories:

Presidents list

Gift Siamulena

3rd Year Student, School of Business

 

Vice President Operations

Mando Ngosa

4th Year Student, School of Business

 

Chilufya Bwalya

2nd Year Student, Center for Information and Communication Technology

 

 

Kabwe Kamina

4th Year Student, Faculty of Law

 

Mubanga Chali

3rd Year Student, School of Business

 

Dorcas Simutowe

4th Year Student, School of Business

 

Philip Nkonde

4th Year Student, Faculty of Law

 

Ethel Zulu

2nd Year Student, Faculty of Law

 

Sally Malunga

3rd Year Student, Center for Information and Communication Technology

 


Stanley Kabaso

2nd Year Student, School of Business

 


Mulenga Bwalya

4th Year Student, Center for Information and Communication Technology

 


Micah Konkola,

A- levels, School of Social Sciences

 


Natasha Bowa

4th Year Student, School of Business

 


Mwape Bunda

4th Year Student, Centre for Information and Communication Technology

 


Erica Mbulo

2nd Year Student, Faculty of Law

 


Rabbeca Chikonde

4th Year Student, School of Business

 


Lukaki Kalinde

2nd Year Student, School of Business

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