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Dux Rajneil Follows In Sister’s Footsteps

‘I saw how happy she made my parents and this made me work harder’ Rajneil Rajeev Chaudhary thanked his elder sister Raksha Mala for setting a good example for him
26 Nov 2015 10:06
Dux Rajneil Follows In Sister’s Footsteps
Holy Trinity Anglican School 2015 Dux Rajneil Rajeev Chaudhary flanked by his parents Ronald and Joti Chaudhary at the school’s prizegiving ceremony on Tuesday. Photo: Luisa Qiolevu

‘I saw how happy she made my parents and this made me work harder’

Rajneil Rajeev Chaudhary thanked his elder sister Raksha Mala for setting a good example for him to follow.

Rajneil received the 2105 Dux Award at the Holy Trinity Anglican School’s graduation on Tuesday. The event was witnessed by both his parents and he said he would continue his studies at Jai Narayan College next year.

The 13-year-old was one of the 96 students who graduated from the school after passing Year Eight.

Proud father Ronald Chaudhary said: “I have two children and both have made me proud. Their school graduation is always one of the best moments for me to attend every year and with their hard work and dedication, I will do my best to support them further in every way.”

Rajneil, who dreams of becoming a businessman in the future said: “My sister graduated from the same school in 2013 and I saw how happy my parents were on that day; this made me worked harder so I can make them happy as well,” he said.

Rajneil said his achievement had put their family name on the school’s roll of honor.

“I will remember this day because I’m leaving behind a legacy that all students will remember,” he said.

Rajneil dedicates his success to his parents, sister and teachers that helped him throughout the year.

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