Nirmal Kumar Mahindran, 22, of Chemor had every reason to be proud and happy, as the occasion was his to cherish. The lad from Chemor was adjudged the best graduate at TAJ International College’s 4th Convocation. The graduation ceremony, held at the banquet hall of Kinta Riverfront Hotel, Ipoh recently, was graced by the college’s Chief Executive Officer, Puan Tina Dato’ Hj Tajuddin and Executive Director, Mohd Azzad Jasmi. Tina gave away scrolls to 170 graduates from five diploma-level and one certificate-level disciplines.
Nirmal, a Diploma in Business Management student, gained a CGPA score of 3.85 points for his exams. “It’s been a challenging time for me at TAJ College. The knowledge I’ve gained will be beneficial for my further studies,” said Nirmal to Ipoh Echo.
The young man plans on pursuing a bachelor’s degree in business administration at a private university in Kelana Jaya soon. Nirmal won the college’s valedictorian award in recognition for his achievement.
Ahmad Adid Jeman, 22, of Sibu, Sarawak was the top Faculty of Science, Innovation and Technology student. Ahmad gained a CGPA score of 3.70 points. “The result will brighten my prospect of a meaningful career in the motor industry,” said Ahmad who is currently on practical training at UMW Toyota, Sibu.