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Chand Excited To Begin Studies At FNU

Nineteen-year-old Kritesh Chand was excited when he received an offer letter from the Fiji National University (FNU) yesterday morning. An hour later, Mr Chand made his way to the FNU
08 Jan 2019 11:30
Chand Excited To Begin Studies At FNU
Kritesh Chand with his mother Sneh Lata and sister Pritika Chand at FNU Nasinu Campus on January 7, 2019.

Nineteen-year-old Kritesh Chand was excited when he received an offer letter from the Fiji National University (FNU) yesterday morning.

An hour later, Mr Chand made his way to the FNU Nasinu Campus accompanied by his mother and sister to complete his enrolment.

He enrolled for the Bachelors in Management and Information System programme, which is offered by the College of Business, Hospitality and Tourism Studies (CBHTS).

“I chose to study at the Fiji National University because I have friends who advised me that FNU has better learning facilities when compared to other institutions,” Mr Chand.

“I believe that FNU has well-qualified staff who are always there to assist students.”

Mr Chand said a few months ago he was undecided on his career path and it was through the advice he received from the FNU Academic office, which enabled him to make a career choice.

“Getting enrolled for this programme was something which I chose after discussions with FNU staff during FNU’s Open Day in August. I was clueless, with no idea where I’d be heading in life. I explained this to the particular staff who informed me about the CSIS programme,” he said.

“Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to pass Math subject in my external examination, therefore I did not qualify for it.

“FNU further assisted me in looking at the next option, which is Management and Information Systems.”

The former Pundit Shreedhar Maharaj College student said his siblings also played a pivotal role in his career decision making.

“My sister and brother have also studied here and were easily able to enter the workforce,” he said.

Sister Pritika Chand said she was happy with the news that her brother managed to secure a place for himself at one of the Fiji’s largest universities.

“We all wanted him to study at FNU and this is possible now.  We are now awaiting confirmation from TELS.  It is now up to him to strive hard and achieve his dreams,” she said.

Chand will begin studies at FNU Nasinu Campus from next month.

Source: Fiji National University

 

 

 

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