Nigerian Student Emelife Chinelo Stella has broken a record in the wake of winning a noteworthy 20 Gold awards in Masters in Chemistry at the University Of Mysore in India.
Stella was the Best Graduating Student for an MSc from the University of Mysore, India, she was being commended and got outstanding distinctions for her great evaluations and accomplishments during her program.
According to reports, she graduated with a final evaluation point (FGP) of 9.263%, Stella got the most extreme gold awards from the University, an aggregate of 20 gold awards and five money prizes at the 99th yearly meeting of the university on Sunday.
According to the University of Mysore, this is maybe the first run through lately that a foreigner has packed away such a significant number of accolades.
Stella, during her first qualification, likewise graduated the best undergrad of Usmanu Danfodiyo University Sokoto, Nigeria, in the 2012/13 set with 4.86 CGPA.
“I need to state that I’m surprised, however, everybody who experienced childhood in Sokoto has known about the Emelife excellency and of its torchbearer, Emelife Stella Chinelo, who has, since her grade school, remained best of her class.
What we never thought was, after receiving a scholarship funded by the Indian government to come and study in its nation, she’d proceed to top the majority of its natives,” said Stellar’s sister Jennifer Emelife, on Facebook.