1. Why did you get involved with the SU?
I have been passionate about helping others and being the voice of the unheard since an early age. I believe this role gave a me chance to become the voice of postgraduate students at the university and help achieve my goal of bringing a positive change.
2. If you could achieve one thing in your year as an officer, what would it be?
Despite being a huge portion of student body, postgraduates face a lack of designated study area. I want to ensure more study spaces for PG students and make an effort towards making the university a more inclusive place for them.
3. Who’s your icon?
A man cannot live forever, but a vision can! I am lucky to have known a righteous and honest man in my life who always stood for the weak and strived for justice. I always look up to my grandfather who had a vision of serving the community and the society for the welfare of the people.
4. Away from student politics, what do you like to do?
I believe in living the life one can. I love to socialize and make friends. I like to hang out with my friends and make the memories that’s going to make me laugh when I’m old. I have been a cricket lover throughout my life, and I love to play cricket.
5. What’s your best memory of being a student at UoM?
My best memory is the first time I walked across the university because it was a dream come true for me. And who doesn’t love dreams coming true?
6. What’s your proudest moment?
I created a company during my undergrad with my two childhood friends. My proudest moment was when we earned our first project and it felt like we have earned the world for us.
7. What are you going to do for me, the average UoM student, to improve my everyday life?
During the coming year I will ensure that the students’ union is an inclusive place where diversity and safety of the students is at the heart. I will make sure that student issues ranging from bus routes to inclusive food will be addressed in most efficient way