Torit Health Science Institute announces 2019 results
By: Kabaka Quintos
Torit State Ministry of Health has announced the 2019 final results.
Addressing the media Friday last week, the Director General in the Ministry of Health Dr. Elijio Omoro Tahir said of the 89 students who sat for the 2019 final exams, 82 of them have passed.
He said the average performance of this year was 92 percent as compared to last year which was only 84 percent.
“The total number of students who sat for 2019 exams were 89, and 82 of them have passed and then seven are to sit for supplementary. So the average performance is actually 92 percent compared to last year’s 84 percent,” Omoro explained.
Inyasio Lodor Aliardo, a student laboratory technician said he was very happy.
“The result was so pleasing and before I saw my name my heart was down but after seeing my name and my mark I was very happy with the result and now I got four distinctions and two credits and I am happy of the result.”
Another student Awoo Charity who also passed said it was time for her to deliver services to the population.
The female medical student encouraged women to enroll in school.
“I am very happy with the result, I have been struggling for three years now it has come into success. I will be going to the grassroots to serve my people in the community,” Charity said.
“I encourage women to at least come back to school if you have your certificate that is the good thing I just feel all women should come back to school there is no age limit in education,” she added.
The principal of Torit Health Science Institute (THIS) Magezi Thobias Omal said the overall performance of this year was higher than the one of last year.
Thobias stressed that the students of THSI came among the five best of those students who sat for this year South Sudan national examination.
“We have received the results from the national health examination professional board from Juba, the overall performance of this year is higher than the one of last year the students of Torit Health Science came among the five best school among the 27 Health schools in South Sudan,” Thobias said.
Torit Health Science Institute was established in August 2015 with the intention of producing highly qualified health graduates in the state.
The institute offers courses in nursing, Midwifery, Clinical Officers, Pharmaceutical and Laboratory technicians.