Raveena Vaidheswary‘s blood, sweat and tears have finally paid off after her outstanding ability and achievement in time management while juggling multiple hats and studying full-time received recognition, ultimately leading her to being awarded with the ‘Anugerah Pelajaran Diraja’ from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM).
To this, the young woman graduated with a BSc (Hons) Biomedical Science at Chancellor Tun Abdul Razak Hall, DECTAR UKM bringing much pride to her family.
Being the eldest daughter of Muralitharan Govindan & Vijaya Lakshmi Perumal, Raveena is considered to be a source of inspiration to her younger siblings when she got the opportunity to pursue her tertiary education at a Public University.
Raveena who adores the field of Biomedical Science choose UKM as her first choice in her UPU application.
She learned many things at UKM over the span of four years, including leadership, management, organisational and communication skills.
Raveena is very wise when it comes to handling her time between classes, clubs and organisations, leisure and other things despite her hectic schedule.
This reveals qualities of a great leader. Responsibly dividing your time is a skill everyone should master in order to be a proactive leader.
Raveena Vaidheswary advises – Everything we do does not always lead to success. We must, however use failure as fuel to bring the best out of us to succeed.
Her spirit does not know the sense of despair. Her strong mind and sheer determination led her to receive the prestigious Anugerah Pelajaran DiRaja from UKM.
Raveena Vaidheswary is scheduled to begin her studies as a “Fast Track PhD” candidate in the Faculty of Health Sciences, where she can enter the programme directly, thereby enabling her to begin her doctoral studies without a master’s degree.
UKM will be conducting their 48th Convocation ceremony, from 3rd to 12th April 2021 bringing in the class of 2020/2021 to graduation.