VUT Deputy President of the Student Representative Committee (SRC), Serge Ntini
Loud and extended applause were heard across the hall for the VUT Deputy President of the Student Representative Committee (SRC), Serge Ntini, as he gracefully walked the stage to collect his qualification. Serge Ntini graduated with his National Diploma in Information Technology (IT).
Serge says he had to balance his studies and being a student leader, while serving as the Deputy President of the SRC. The lifestyle and resources that comes with being a student leader can be very tempting, but Serge knew what he wanted.
The Vice-Chancellor and Principal, Professor Gordon Zide congratulated Ntini for obtaining his qualification. VUT student leaders have always shown themselves to be a cut above the rest and have defied the stereotype associated with student leaders by excelling academically and in their leadership responsibilities.
Ntini says his plans are to complete his Bachelor of Technology in Information Technology.
He was one of the hundreds of students who graduated on 9 April during the Faculty of Applied and Computer Sciences ceremony, standing proud in a well fitted navy blue suite.
Although he would have loved for his parents to have been there while he received his qualification, they couldn’t attend because they live far. However, he says they were able to call him to congratulate and wish him all the best.