News @ ICNZ
Sep-Oct 2015 Issue

The Waves

While enjoying the bright and beautiful spring, we welcome our readers to enjoy the newsletter September / October from ICNZ. Filled with interesting news and pictures, the newsletter provides a glimpse into the student’s life at ICNZ.

ICNZ tie up with Jetts

Jetts has been voted the #1 gym chain in New Zealand for customer satisfaction 2 years in a row. ICNZ was successful in establishing a corporate relationship with Jetts to facilitate students to get the membership at a discounted rate. ICNZ students can now enrol with Jetts and enjoy cooperate discounts with no lock-in contracts and 24/7 access.

Terry Milani  - Jetts Manager for Eden Terrace branch located just outside the campus presented to the students and clarified their doubts. Students were pleased with the offer and were willing to give it a try.

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Inside this issue

  • Peace day celebration at ICNZ
  • In class focus
  • Learning with fun
  • Tutor focus
  • Birthday Celebrations
  • The talent corner

Peace day celebration at   ICNZ

ICNZ students celebrated the Peace Day in September. The International Day of Peace, sometimes unofficially known as World Peace Day is observed annually on 21 September.

It is dedicated to world peace, and specifically the absence of war and violence, such as might be occasioned by a temporary ceasefire in a combat zone for humanitarian aid access.

New Zealand has been rated the fourth most peaceful country in the world. The latest Global Peace Index published by the Institute of Economics and Peace ranks Iceland as the world's most peaceful, followed by Denmark and Austria. New Zealand is ahead of Switzerland and Finland.

Students were dressed in white and performed different activities.

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"I call on all warring parties to lay down their weapons and observe a global ceasefire. To them I say: stop the killings and the destruction, and create space for lasting peace." UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon

In class   Focus

Entrepreneurship is one of the papers for Diploma in Business Management - Level 7. Students are expected to develop skills such as Planning, Organizing, Leading and Management through developing a business plan. Students presented well-versed business plans with innovative ideas of which some are expected to go live. We congratulate the students on their dedication and hard work.

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Learning with   fun

At ICNZ we make sure our students are given the opportunity to learn things in different ways. Apart from in class learning, tutors conduct various activities with the students to broaden the students’ knowledge. Learning about people is quite important as well as interesting to be a successful manager. ICNZ provides opportunities to start building networks, gel well with the peers and acquire interpersonal skills.

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"Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn." Benjamin Franklin

Tutor   focus

Level 7 students arranged a farewell party for tutor Caroline who held her last lecture at ICNZ on 20th October 2015. ICNZ students cherished her teaching style and appreciated her innovative approach which motivated students to learn new things out of the scope.

Thank You Caroline for inspiring students by adopting a friendly and active teaching approach.

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“Let us be grateful to people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our souls blossom.” Marcel Proust

Birthday Celebrations of Wednesday / Thursday and Friday / Saturday batches

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Students – Ankush, Moin and Surender from Level 5 Pavittar, Prrthi, Amarjeet, Dalip, Gurwinder, Sathwinder, Shivam and Angrez from Level 7 celebrated their Birthday with ICNZ.

“God gave us the gift of life; it is up to us to give ourselves the gift of living well.” Voltaire

Birthday Celebrations of Wednesday / Thursday and Friday / Saturday batches

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Students – Nayem, Sadhna from level 5, Sharon from level 6 and Stephanie, Rajbeer and Jay from level 7 celebrated their bothdays with ICNZ in September 2015.
Vikas, Suckwinder, Navneet and Rahul from Level 5, Indira from Level 6 and Rajwinder, Roshan and Jagwinder from Level 7 celebrated their birthdays in the college in October 2015.
Kudos! to the Class Representatives and other active organizers of these celebrations. Special thank goes to Abdul in Level 7 Monday / Tuesday batch for organizing birthday celebrations. They helped to make the college life interesting and memorable. All the contributors’ effort is highly appreciated. We believe these initiatives will strengthen you.

The Talent Corner

Arisha Khan, A Level 5 graduate of ICNZ featured in Indian News link in Auckland recently. ICNZ wish her all the success in her career with warm compliments. We thought of publishing that newspaper article to appreciate our students’ hidden talents and further encourage the students.

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