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The department is committed to provide quality education to PEMAC subjects to ensure a holistic development of learners in terms of academic excellence, acquisition of skills and universal values for the enrichment of each individual, the community and the nation.


Mr. Krishneel Kumar(HOD PEMAC)



“Without Christ Jesus and his saving grace, we would be lost. We should give thanks in all things, and at all times to God the father through Christ Jesus. He has given us all we have and saved us from our sin. Giving thanks is the least we can do.”

It is with immense pleasure I wish to congratulate the Khalsa College family in achieving another milestone in the education arena. As the school achieves its 60th year of establishment, the PEMAC department congratulates the stakeholders and its pioneer establishers for a task worthy of God’s praise.

I am delighted to be part of this edition and convey my hearty thanks to the College website committee for including our creative department above all. The faculty of arts, family life and physical education has a lot to offer and a lot achieve in the years to come. With the hardworking staffs and the very cooperative teachers, achieving beyond the labyrinth isn’t impossible. The school has two very hardworking gentlemen behind the success of this department. The Head of Department is a Bachelor in Education graduate majoring in Physical Education, Music and Art and Craft whilst Mr. Anishkar Sharma is a Higher Diploma in Education qualified from the Fiji National University. The two gentlemen are assisted by other department teachers in Physical Education class supervisions as well as in the teaching and learning of the Family Life subject.

The department strives for excellence in all arenas and gives the best response in achieving it. In the past we have achieved Gold medals from Coca Cola games, reached the quarter final stages in the Fiji Secondary Schools Soccer Championships held in Ba, represented the College at the Fiji Secondary Schools Netball Championships hosted in Suva as well as in Lautoka. Through Kula arts and dance competitions many of our students have been highly recognised for their drawings and dancing talents and the school as a whole unites during the Kula Dance Competitions.

With the support and assistance throughout, I wish to acknowledge the College Board of Governors, the School Administrative team, the parents, students and above all the hardworking teachers for keeping the vision and the mission of the department intact.

To all the readers I thank you for your precious time and my dear children of God, good luck in future and may God bless you all in His special ways. “You are among those very people who have made a difference in my life.” Thank you, Dhanyawaad and Vinaka Vaka Levu.


The faculty of Arts, Family Life and Physical Education offers Physical Education for years 9-13, performing arts to year 9 and 10, visual arts to year 9 and 10 and Family Life Education incorporated for year 9 to 13 students at Khalsa College.


Fiji National University is offering Bachelor’s Degree level courses for students to graduate as fully trained PEMAC teachers.


Term 1, activities begin with the Annual Inter House Athletics Championships followed by Zone Athletics Championships and Coca Cola games. Khalsa College won 5 gold and 9 silver and 13 bronze medal in the 2019 Ba Secondary Schools Coca Cola Games held at the Churchill Parks in Lautoka. Sikeli Soro (High Jump and Disc throw), Viliame Katololo (High Jump and Javelin), Rajiv Singh (1500m), Anisa Roger (Long Jump and Triple Jump) and Adiama Nadumu (Long Jump and Triple Jump) qualified for Coca Cola Games 2019.

Term 2 the school’s U19, U17, and U15 soccer teams participate in the Fiji Secondary Schools Football Competition in the Ba district. The school’s Netball teams participate in the netball competition organized by the 9 Secondary Schools in Ba. For the first time in the College history Khalsa College participated in the Mens Netball Category and were the district champions and qualified to represent the district in the Western Qualifiers match at Vatukaloko Secondary School in Ra. The boys finished as runner up overall.

Khalsa College has always produced national players in the past and will continue to do so as our school management and administrators are very supportive in giving the opportunity and financial assistance to these students.

Players like Napolioni Nalaga, Filimoni Delasau, Pio Tuwai and Seremaia Borotu went through the development phase in Khalsa College and has represented the nation in 7’s rugby. Meli Vuilabasa, also a former student, was Captain for the National Football team which defeated the Australian team, during his youth. Meli Vuilabasa also played for the Ba District Team and the National Team for a decade. Valerio Nasema is another sports person who played famously for the Ba Team. Currently, our student Jasbir Singh is playing for the Ba Youth Football team.

The Pemac department wishes to thank the Administration and the Management for the support and the opportunities given to students and looking forward to the same support in the future.

Achievements since 2015 - 2019

2015 – Coca Cola Games Esava Botitu Gold (Sub-Junior High Jump)

Netball under 15 and under 17 grades reached the Fiji Nationals games held in Lautoka at the Central College grounds.

Soccer under 15 and under 17 teams played semi-finals against Kamil College.

2016 – Coca Cola Games Nacanieli Vika Marawa Bronze (Sub-Junior High Jump) Nafid Fadil Ali Bronze (Sub-Junior Boys 1500m)

2016 for the first time in College history, Khalsa finished overall third in the Ba Secondary Schools Zone Athletics Championships. Netball under 15 and under 19 grades qualified for the National Championships in Lautoka.

2016 – Khalsa College under 19 soccer team qualifies for the Fiji Secondary Schools Inter District Soccer Championships in Ba. The team reached quarter final stages.

2017 – Overall Fourth in the Ba Secondary Schools Zone Athletics Championships. Netball under 15, 17 and 19 qualified for the nationals held in Suva.

2018 – Overall third position in the Ba Secondary Schools Zone Athletics Championships. 21 athletes qualified for the Coca Cola Games with Nacanieli Vika Marawa winning Bronze in the Junior Boys High Jump. Sikeli finishing fourth in the intermediate boys Disc throw, senior boys 4x100m relay teams making it to the finals, Jona Nabaro claiming 4th position in the senior boys 100 and 200m finals. Loata finishing 4th in the senior girls 1oom and 200m finals. Evinish and Jona Nabaro qualifying as the fastest sprinters from Ba district in the 100m with a time of 10.91s creating a new record for the Ba District.

2019 – 5 athletes qualified for the Coca Cola Games.

Soccer teams reached the semi-final stages.

Netball under 19 runner up in the district to Xavier College.

Under 15 finished also in the semi-final stages under 17 girls finished off well in the pool stages.

Men’s netball team thrashed Nukuloa College to claim the district title and qualified for the Western Rally at Vatukaloko Secondary School in Ra. The boys were the overall runner up at the event.
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