‘Love, harmony are high points of Shoolini’

Bhavna

The enchanting and progressive environs of Shoolini University attracts students from all over the world, bringing together talented minds from various cultures, heritage and ethnicity. One such person is Mohammad Siddiq Sadeq of Kabul, Afghanistan, who joined Shoolini University in August, 2018.
After completing his BBA from Rana University and graduating in 2016 from Kabul, he enrolled in the MBA course at Shoolini University in August 2018.
When asked to describe Shoolini, his prompt response was that Shoolini University was an idyllic place where an inspired person could identify and explore his strengths and also apply his innovative ideas. He said he loved the picturesque and charming environs of Shoolini University that instilled in him a feeling of safety and harmony. “It is like paradise, a dream place to pursue higher education,” he quipped.
The best part of Shoolini was the love and respect people had for each other. “They were always ready to help out,” he smiled.
A cheerful and fun-loving person, Sadeq loves making new friends. His best friend is Yatin Dedha and he carries fond memories of Prof Kuldeep Rojhe and Prof Narender Verma, his favourite teachers.
His wish, he said, was to help achieve peace in his country and success in life. He loves to travel and visit new places. His recent visits to Shimla, the Lotus Temple in Delhi, Taj Mahal in Agra, had moved him immensely. Next on his itinerary was Jaipur in Rajasthan and Mumbai.
He concluded with the thought that the university newsletter was the best medium for students to share their research and innovative ideas and the most important part was that everyone had direct access to it.