Leena Thawani bags prestigious scholarship

Leena Thawani bags a prestigious scholarship

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Leena Thawani, a DP2 student of Victorious Kidss Educares, Pune, has bagged the prestigious Monash University International Merit Scholarship, Melbourne, Australia ~ adding yet another feather to VKE’s reputation. This school is a school that has nurtured and produced brilliant, young minds, who have, over the last several years, made a significant display of progress through their creditable academic and all-round performances. Importantly building great character and in turn making good citizens of the world. In recognition of Leena’s outstanding academic achievements, Monash University, Melbourne city, one of the world’s top 100 universities, has offered an international merit scholarship of 10,000 AUD per year ~ a total of 40,000 AUD, over the next four years. This scholarship places her in a university, renowned for high impact research and producing highly skilled graduates. Additionally, she has received an international study grant amount of 8000 dollars enrolling her for a Bachelor of Computer Science Course at the university.

Rated by business leaders as the best university in Australia to recruit graduates, Leena would now have the opportunity to share her potential and make a difference at the university through her exceptional talents, skills and leadership qualities. Always a focused and diligent student, Leena has made utmost use of the Victorious Kidss Educares school’s learning environment and the encouragement offered through its multifarious facilities. It was through dedication and hard work that she was able to acquire the desired prerequisites for bagging such a prestigious scholarship, as guided by the VKE Counselling Team and also importantly her own effort and merit.

Students at VKE are encouraged to carve a niche as world leaders of tomorrow and establish themselves as role model entrepreneurs through early career guidance opportunities given by the school’s career counselling department to enhance their future careers!

The news got published in the Times of India newspaper on Saturday, 29 Feb 2020, as well as in digital media.

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