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Fiji Sun Trio Shine In USP Graduation

Three staff members of the Fiji Sun graduated from the University of the South Pacific at the Vodafone Arena yesterday. General manager advertising and business development Rachna Roshika Lal of
23 Sep 2017 10:36
Fiji Sun Trio Shine In USP Graduation

Three staff members of the Fiji Sun graduated from the University of the South Pacific at the Vodafone Arena yesterday.

General manager advertising and business development Rachna Roshika Lal of Suva graduated with a Masters of Business Administration.

Team leader for credit advertising Atishwar Prasad Tiwari of Labasa also graduated with an MBA.

And Sports journalist, Grace Narayan of Waimaqera in Taveuni graduated with a Bachelor of Arts.

Rachna Lal

Ms Lal decided to do an MBA in order to progress in her career.

“I take this opportunity to thank two of the most important people in my life without whom I may not have been able to achieve this milestone.

“First is my mum, Roshni Lal and second is my partner, Rahul Rajesh,” Ms Lal said.

“I knew that my full time job as a journalist and part time studies would be difficult.

“But I managed to finish the programme in three years.

“For any working student, the support from the employer is most critical.

“And I thank my employer for the support given and the flexibility given for the duration of my studies.

“I thank Fiji Sun Publisher/Chief Executive Officer Peter Lomas for his support and faith in me and my studies.”

Atish Tiwari

Mr Tiwari said his wife; Sangeeta Tiwari motivated him as she had graduated with a Master’s degree from Malmo University in Sweden.

“After her graduation, I decided to complete my studies and from there I didn’t let my guard down.

“This takes a lot of commitment and hard work as a lot of time management is needed but it’s worth it,” Mr Tiwari said.

Grace Narayan

Ms Narayan said three-and-a-half years of studying was not an easy task.

“One of the hardships I faced was towards the final year of my studies I had it was really difficult for me to balance studies with work.

“But I am grateful to the Almighty and to my inspiration, my parents and family members for their support including Fiji Sun editorial team for being an inspiration.”

Edited by Ranoba Baoa

Feedback:  ashna.kumar@fijisun.com.fj



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