Shiny pupil wins award – CPUT

A hardworking Opticianry pupil has been recognised with an award for educational excellence from the South African Optometric Affiliation (SAOA).

Treasured Ndlovu stated she was shocked when she was informed she was the recipient and initially thought it was a mistake.

“I believed I might be told the subsequent day that they’d made a mistake however general I’m actually joyful and honoured to be acknowledged for my onerous work however not as a lot as my mom is, she has in all probability informed the entire city by now.”

She stated that it was throughout the lockdown that she discovered the best way to research successfully and never “to solely memorise to overlook issues”.

“My secret is placing within the effort to the extent that going by way of the work seems like listening to my favorite music.”

She stated she additionally guarantees herself rewards for learning and has learnt to get sufficient relaxation. 

“My final secret is that I do know each time I take a look at my marks, I actually think about the enjoyment I really feel each time my mom says ‘I’m so happy with you’. So as to add, I dwell by the quote that states that procrastination is an boastful assumption that God owes you one other probability to do one thing you already had time to do.”

Treasured stated she wouldn’t have acquired the award with out the assistance of her lecturers, “who patiently answered all of the questions posed by my curious thoughts.”

Angelique Walbrugh, Head of the Division of Ophthalmic Sciences stated: “We’re happy with Ms Treasured Ndlovu’s achievement and want to lengthen our gratitude to the South African Optometric Affiliation for recognising and celebrating the position of educational excellence in rising the career of Opticianry”

Harry Rosen, CEO of the SAOA stated that yearly educational establishments are requested to appoint college students with the intention of recognising educational excellence.  

He stated the award was made throughout the latest digital Annual Common Assembly of the SAOA.