Darpan Chat Central presents academic star Manreet Sandhu. Manreet Sandhu is one of the best and the brightest minds within our community, a graduate of L A Matheson and a recipient of the coveted $40K scholarship from the Cmolik Foundation.
The Cmolik Foundation awards up to 20 undergraduate scholarships each year to outstanding students graduating from B.C. high schools. Hear more from this amazing young lady who is a great role model to youth and the community at large.
Jessy Sahota is a winner of the 2022 International Association of Chiefs of Police 40 Under 40 Award, which recognizes 40 law enforcement professionals under the age of 40 from around the world that demonstrate leadership and exemplify commitment to their profession.
Her love for cricket started at the age of 11 when she watched her brother play the game and figured this doesn’t look all that hard. Funnily enough, she took up the bat and the rest is history. Hundal realized cricket was her calling as a sport as she trained hard with Stallions Cricket Academy in Surrey and experimented with batting and bowling.
Since then he made a vow in his heart that he will give it his all and that field hockey is his calling. He began playing hockey at the age of 12 and has been playing for four years. At the U18 national championship he was the second highest goal scorer and received the tournament 11 award.
The awards have been the perfect platform for bringing South Asian leaders together to celebrate community milestones and as well as individual achievements. These individuals have been creating true impact and creating ripple effects across the world, alongside bettering the community. The spirit of greatness was evidently present in the air through the evening.
While in high school she worked full time as a television host covering events around the city and interviewing several celebrities that would visit Vancouver. Being on Zindagi, served as an impetus to a concrete realization that choosing a path in this field was a possibility.
Manreet Sandhu, is one of the best and the brightest minds within our community. A graduate of L A Matheson Secondary School and a recipient of a whopping $40,000 scholarship from the prestigious Cmolik Foundation. Surrey born and raised Sandhu has been actively engaged within the community and embodies a spirit of volunteerism.