History and International studies student, Taona Chidonireceives award for overall best worker of the year 2017 by Central Vehicle Registration
A Midlands State University (MSU) History and International studies student, Taona Chidoni was named overall best worker of the year 2017 by the Central Vehicle Registration (CVR) where he is on work related learning.
The selection process expected workers at the organisation to prove commitment to quality and continuous pursuit of excellence in customer satisfaction.
Executive dean of in the Faculty of Arts, Terrence Mashingaidze said the award was testimony to the quality of learning at MSU.
“The Faculty is very proud of such accomplishments by the students on work-related-learning,’Mashingaidze was quoted saying on the MSU official website.
“This testifies to the quality of our teaching and grooming. It is a seal of approval by prospective employers of our graduates.”
The awards were funded by ministry of Transport and Infrastructural Development. Meanwhile,MSU completed the construction of a $1 million state-of-the art chapel which has a seating capacity of 1 700 people.
“The construction of the chapel is in line with the university’s vision and core values which seek to produce a relevant and holistic graduate who upholds the principles of honesty, integrity, accountability and compassion for others,’MSU said.
The chapel is an inter-denominational venue which will be used to carry out all university church services.