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MBA Awardee Juggles Family, Football And Work To Graduate

“Power and confidence come through sharing information. Tell everyone everything. The more valuable the better,”
11 Apr 2019 17:27
MBA Awardee Juggles Family, Football And Work To Graduate
Anginesh Prasad.

Success is the result of hard work, discipline, focused approach and encouraging guidance.

Those were the sentiments made by Anginesh Prasad after graduating with a Master’s in Business Administration (MBA – General) from the University of Fiji, Saweni campus in Lautoka last month.

Mr Prasad, 38, is the Operations Manager for P. Meghji Group of Companies based in Lautoka.

He is originally from Bilolo, in Ba – the home of the Fiji’s football champions.

His study course began in February 2015 until November 2018, he has sacrificed and acknowledged those whose guidance and encouragement made this dissertation possible.

“I am honored to express my profound and deep sense of gratitude towards my beloved parents and my wife who has always blessed and guided me by providing creative suggestions, helpful discussion, unfailing advice and constant encouragement during the study,” he said.

“Power and confidence come through sharing information. Tell everyone everything. The more valuable the better,” he said.

“I take this opportunity to express my profound sense of gratitude and sincerely thanks to Company Directors especially Mr Romit Meghji for co-guiding me as well as giving me opportunity for availing various facilities and time for the research work and during exam times.”

He is married and his beautiful wife has been supporting him at home and in his commitment as well.

Life in football

Remarkably, Mr Prasad is also the assistant coach for the Vodafone Fiji U17 team that will tour Israel this year.

He was in love with football at the age of five at the Bilolo Sanatan Dharam School and then Khalsa College where he represented the school in Under 17 and U19 respectively.

He joined Lautoka football Association after completing coaching C-license in 2013 as a water boy and rose up the ranks and resigned in February 2019.

He has worked with former Lautoka coaches including Dennis Singh, Lambert Sarju, and Kamal Swamy. Mr Prasad also would like to thank the President of Lautoka Football Association Abdul Kadar for giving him an opportunity to take leave from training to attend classes and exams.

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