Meet Smriti, Our Newest Peak Program Student

My name is Smriti Nepali, and I am delighted to share a little update on my life with you all. Currently, I am 18 years old and pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Medical Laboratory Technology (BMLT) at Manmohan Memorial Institute of Health Sciences. I’m in my first year, and just recently completed the first terminal exams, though the results are yet to be published.

In my family, we are a total of five members. There’s my younger sister, my younger brother, my mother, my father, and of course, myself. My father plays a crucial role as the main caretaker in our household, and I’m truly grateful for his support and guidance.

As for my academic interests, I find myself particularly drawn to hematology, while pathology is not quite my favorite subject. On an average day, I dedicate around 4 to 5 hours to my studies, ensuring I stay on track with my coursework.

Outside of academics, I have a passion for traveling and exploring new places. Additionally, one of the highlights of my school or college days is engaging in discussions with friends during breaks. It’s always refreshing to exchange thoughts and ideas with peers.

I want to express my heartfelt gratitude to my sponsors. Your support and generosity have enabled me to pursue my education further, and for that, I am truly thankful. Being able to continue my studies and fulfill my aspirations fills me with happiness, and I am excited for the journey ahead.

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