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Naga girl wins Melbourne varsity award

By EMN Updated: Dec 03, 2013 12:23 am


VISOPIANO Zokimi Sanyü Meyasetsu from the Melbourne School of Medicine and Rosey Billington from the School of Languages and Linguistics were the awarded the Melbourne University Graduate Student of the year 2013 out of 38 nominees from all the disciplines. Nine other students got runners up award. In a prestigious ceremony, the Governor of Victoria Alex Chernov presented the awards. The Chancellor of the University Ms Elizabeth Alexander AM delivered the welcome address. Visopiano was born in Kohima and had her early education at Mewi School in Kohima. She now lives in Melbourne and is a member of Overseas Naga Association.
The Graduate student of the year is to recognise and celebrate the astounding contributions of the University’s finest students. The award is for graduate students who are not only achieving excellent academics outcomes but are also playing significant leadership roles within the student communities of their departments and faculties and having an exceptional influence within the wider community, often in volunteering roles. The breadth of involvements of the University’s graduate students is nothing short of amazing.
Melbourne University is ranked amongst the top universities both in Australia and the world. The University is highly regarded in the fields of the arts, humanities, and biomedicine. The University has almost 40,000 students.

By EMN Updated: Dec 03, 2013 12:23:02 am