Meet Our Stars- Most Participative Members and New Members

15 Jul

JCI Curepipe recognises outstanding contribution of members and new members for the first half of the year. We have the pleasure to announce that our stars are:

Most Participative Members: Local Vice President Krish-Nee and Local Vice President Siksha

Most Participative New Members: Keshav Topsy and Hanusha Cheddy

Keshav Topy

I am extremely honored to be receiving the most participative new member. I am earnestly grateful for the recognition I have received for my work on previous project and my performance within the organisation, because I am very sure that every other member in the organisation was as capable if not more, of winning this award.

I have faced several challenges on my way here, but each one of them has only strengthened me to make me the person I am today; a thorough professional who knows exactly what he wants; someone who sets his eyes on a goal and does not lose sight of it, unless it is achieved. Winning this award would not have been possible without the inspiration I have received from my seniors and other fellow members, for whom I have the deepest respect, and from whom I have derived the strength to challenge myself and perform better at each stage.

I sincerely thank each one of you National President Heveen Keijou,Local President Karishma Ansaram and IPP Yudhish Rohee for helping me reach a stage where I can proudly hold up this award as a mark of my achievement and who were there to ‘groom’ me and help me/guide me through this past year in JCI Curpipe.I also promise to only get better at my work so that you can see me here for a more such awards. Thank you!


Hanusha Cheddy

Thank you Local President and board members for this recognition and your support. I believe that when we do what we are passionate to, we end up doing it with our heart. I had the spark to create positive change and JCI Curepipe is the platform. As our tag line this year is ‘create your opportunities’, I’m hoping to grab some more challenges in the way forward.


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