He aims to become web designer. He does everything to get there. And, despite his disability. Neeyamuthkhan Hussein is proof that muscular dystrophy and education are not incompatible. He is graduating from the institute SNIT Business School in Computer Studies.
Hussein, 19, is like no other. He is born with a serious handicap in the legs and lightly touching his arm. Muscular dystrophy which Hussein seems to ignore … to move forward in life. His disability has given him a maturity that would envy. It was in Form III as our champion discovered a passion for computers. This is an Islamic school teacher who has guided.
May 13, 2010 is a day that is not soon forget. It was the day of exams and also that of the birthday of his little sister. It brought him good luck.The day before, according to his mother, Hussein has spent his entire holy day at his computer. “He did not even lunch. He was concentrated in his revisions. In the evening, I had to go into his room and dinner with him so that he eats. It’s like this almost every day.He spends all his time at his computer. It was he who taught us, my husband and me, to use this machine. He wants to make his passion his profession and we are all behind him, “says his mom.
Hussein thinks to pursue his studies, always at SNIT Business School, to become a web designer. Meanwhile, We wish him luck!.
The third graduation ceremony for the Shah Noorani Institute of Technology (SNIT) was held on Tuesday November 9 in the lobby of the Institute specially decorated for the occasion.
Subsequently, the Business Development Manager at NCC, Laurence Foure, explained to students that they all have taken a decisive step in their education. This was echoed by Dr. Mayur Patel, Reader Academic Science Department at the University of Greenwich who congratulated them for their hard work:
"This is the first time I attend a graduation
ceremony at SNIT. I hope that will inspire your academic future groups of students."
At the graduation ceremony, some 14 students received their degree in the field of Business Information Technology (BIT), 11 for the International Advance Diploma in Computer Studies (IADCS), and 22 for the International Diploma in Computer Studies (IDCS). Students for courses in Security +, Network +, A +, International Computer Driving License and Islamic Banking also received their certificates. The Graduation Ceremony 2010 has stood out from previous editions with two students who passed the exams with distinction ‘First Class’, including Fadil Aukbarally and Yaasiin Karimbocus for Business Information Technology.
A Regional High Achiever Award was presented to reward students in the Indian Ocean region. Thus Nicholas Wong and Farhanah Cassamally received this special award. Ahmed Noorani Imrit shone in a competition organized by the Institute of Engineering & Technology, finishing second runner-up.
SNIT praised for his great vision of the future: