Quantity Surveying student wins high achievement award

Ragulan Ragavan, a third year BSc (Hons) Quantity Surveying student currently in his placement year with Interserve recently received an award for his high academic and significant extra-curricular achievements.

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Ragulan Ragavan with his award

Ragulan Ragavan, a third year BSc (Hons) Quantity Surveying student currently in his placement year with Interserve, recently received an award for his high academic and significant extra-curricular achievements. Ragulan received the Academic Prize sponsored by Ede and Ravenscroft.

Every year Ede & Ravenscroft donate funding of £1,000 to award a prize to a first or second year undergraduate degree student. The University award this prize to a student who has performed well during this academic year despite difficult personal or financial circumstances. Ragulan Ragavan was nominated for the prize as recognition of being one of the highest attaining students within the School of Architecture, Design and the Built Environment from Year Two in 2012/2013.

After receiving the award, Ragulan told us: "I was over the moon and very proud to receive this award not only because I was one of the highest attaining second year students, but because I made history by getting the highest result ever for an NTU student."

Ragulan asked his line manager if he would hire him after winning the award. His line manager was impressed with the achievement, and said: "Yes, especially as his high grade came from Estimating, Measurement and Cost module, which is vital for a Quantity Surveyor."

Quantity Surveying student wins high achievement award

Published on 12 February 2014
  • Category: School of Architecture, Design and the Built Environment

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