Ravneel Deo’s Sacrifice Scores Dux Shield For DAV College In Ba

“I was always encouraged by my parents to do my best.”
18 Nov 2022 12:30
Ravneel Deo’s Sacrifice Scores Dux Shield For DAV College In Ba
DAV College, Ba Dux and head boy, Ravneel Vikash Deo Maharaj (front), with his mother, Josephine Mala (first from left), grandmother, Ambika Devi (second from left), Rooster Poultry chief executive officer, Stanley Raniga and the college principal, Sanjesh Kumar at the school’s investiture ceremony in Ba on November 17, 2022. Photo: Nicolette Chambers

Prior to exam week, Ravneel Vikash Deo Maharaj would normally have only three hours of sleep as he spent most of his time studying.

While his family would be asleep, the Dayanand Anglo Vedic (DAV) College, Ba, head boy would stay up till 2am studying, have a bit of sleep and be up again by 5am to continue his studies.

That was the routine the 18-year-old lad from Namosau, Ba developed when he began school as a young boy because it was his dream to become the Dux of a secondary school one day.

That dream became reality when Ravneel was named Dux of DAV College, Ba during the school’s investiture ceremony yesterday.


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