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ICSA holds graduation for computer secretarial course
September 30, 2018, 1:57 pm

Fifty students taking the computer-secretarial course offered by International institute for Computer Science and Administration (ICSA) graduated following a three-month program. The event was attended by the graduating students, instructors, the President of ICSA, Mark Farooq Muhammad and guest speaker GMA and News Correspondent and Journalist of The Times Ricky Laxa.

In his speech on the occasion, Mr. Muhammad highlighted the importance of education as essential to everyone and a gift to be enriched. He also added the importance of being grateful to God for the gift of knowledge and learning and to extend help in every possible way to others, so they could realize their full potentials.

For his part, guest speaker Mr. Laxa expressed his gratitude for the invitation to share his thoughts with the graduates and the lessons learned from his own education. Laxa stated that he never had the liberty to choose his education but later found his vocation being a part of the local and foreign media.

He also added that no matter how inadequate an individual is in aspects of finances, physical limitations and other factors that affect them from achieving their goals, it should not be taken as hindrance but as a challenge and a battle to win in their lives. “I just hope that one day you find your own vocation and I challenge you with question, now that you’ve finished your course… Now what?” commented Mr. Laxa

Awarding of certificates followed and special citation was presented to the top-notch student Nimfa Edovos. Plaque of recognition was also presented to Mr. Laxa at the end of the function.

Dinner was served immediately after the momentous occasion. ICSA offers Computer Programming, Web Design, Graphic Design, PC Networking Technology, Airline Ticketing, IELTS Review, AutoCad, Office Management Course and Computer Secretarial and more.

- Ricky Laxa, Staff Writer


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