Roshil Ram, Priority Is Giving Back To Fiji

Mr Ram’s unwavering passion to help others fueled his dream of becoming a nurse. 
10 Jun 2023 05:33
Roshil Ram, Priority Is Giving Back To Fiji
(Standing 2nd from left) Roshil Ram with intern nurses after the nursing induction at Studio 6 in Suva on June 7, 2023. Photo: Ronald Kumar

Roshil Ram is committed to serving his nation as a nurse.

This is despite the skills-drain in the profession after reports of nurses leaving Fiji for better opportunities abroad.

He is among the 233 intern nurses undergoing induction in Suva.



The 21-year-old from Batinikama, Labasa, is the only child in his family and strives to make his parents proud.

He was a National Topper Scholarship recipient and is ambitious to further his education in the near future.

Mr Ram’s unwavering passion to help others fueled his dream of becoming a nurse.

“This is a dream come true,” he said.

“That is why I intend to serve Fiji for as long as possible.

“I have no plans to go abroad because my priority is giving back to Fiji.”

Mr Ram left his family behind in Labasa to pursue his studies at the Fiji National University (FNU).

He was assisted by his cousins in Suva. Now, equipped with the necessary training and a deep sense of purpose, Mr Ram is ready to serve the people.

He recognises that being a nurse is a calling not bestowed upon everyone, and he considers himself fortunate to be among the chosen few.

While he is uncertain about his future placement, he is ready to accept any assignment allocated to him by the Ministry of Health.

His commitment to serving others and making a difference in the lives of Fijians remain steadfast.



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