Royal Business College wishes Akhil Aravindakshan best of luck for his upcoming adventure in Auckland. He will be representing Canterbury in New Zealand National Table Tennis Championship. Akhill is very excited and confident that he along with his team mates will finish on podium in their respective division.
Akhil is an overseas student at Royal Business College Christchurch Campus, who came from India to complete his diploma in information technology level 7. He enjoys his studies and is a very passionate and hardworking student. Akhil carries this attitude from his sports and transforms his positive energy to shine in academia.
“He is a smart student, I am sure that he can handle pressure situations and can delivers wonders at any stage. I feel proud to teach students such as Akhil and do learn a lot from him, especially his approach towards problem solving. I am pretty sure that he will bring a medal home for Canterbury Table Tennis Association and will make us proud”, told Akhil’s tutor, Jignesh Patel.
Mr. Vladimir Ivanov, Table Tennis Coach at Canterbury Table Tennis Stadium, who is also helping Akhil, is very positive about the outcome of this upcoming tournament and is confident that this young bright talent can do wonders if given a chance to perform for New Zealand in future. One of RBC students went to see Akhil during a practice session and got some remarkable comments from his coach.
Akhil’s classmates are very excited to see him performing at the highest level. They feel proud to cheer for him. “I am looking forward to witness Akhil’s live performance and if he marches to semi-final stages in the tournament, I will fly to Auckland and cheer for him”, said one of his friends, Dhanusha, who is also completing his diploma in information technology at the same campus.
Management at Royal Business College supports such talented students is very keen to promote them. To get Akhil going with absolute peace of mind, academic staff is helping him with his course-work. They have dedicated some extra time especially for him so that he is not left behind from the rest in his class while he is away for the competition. He will be representing Canterbury and appear in singles and mixed doubles events. In mixed doubles, he is partnering with Ellen Chen. The college wishes him success in all of his upcoming ventures. The following video shows how he brings a zing with his affectious and dedicated hard work. The master of the table showing some skills in a recent match that you will love to watch.
The exciting and talented kid, fearless of the outcome, puts his maximum in whatever he does which is a true attribute of a champion. He has the whim, passion, talent and desire to prove himself on the bigger stage and we at Royal Business College are sure that he will get his destiny and make us proud.