Nepali student in USA Awarded from Alice Curtis Award

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Nepali student in USA Awarded from Alice Curtis Award.

Nepali student in USA Awarded from Alice Curtis Award.

It is a good news for everyone of us that Nepali student in USA Awarded from Alice Curtis Award. Nepalese people are great and have a great capacity to run the world. There is a saying that ” Our ancestors are Bir Gorkhali” meaning our ancestors were capable to do anything without any fear. There are a lot of examples that we Nepalese are in the top of some of the sectors. Study has been another subject that Nepalese are making their own country proud and making their own name famous in world. There are genius mathematician, scientists, teachers and spiritual leaders who are top ranked in world and are Nepalese. We are today presenting you one of the good example of Nepalese who has achieved the famous Alice Curtis Award in USA in the excellent performance in study.

Rosha Poudyal, a Nepali student studying  Ph D program in USA has been awarded from the reputed Alice Curtis Award. Rosha Poudyal is now studying Ph D in bio-chemistry and molecular biology in USA.

The Alice Curtis Award was presented to her due to her excellent performance in education sector.

Roshna Poudyal got her bachelor’s degree in Science majoring in Biology and Math from USA. She studied in Randolph College in Virginia, USA. She is not studying Ph D degree in University of Florida.

Nepali student in USA Awarded from Alice Curtis Award.

To talk about her early study life, Roshna has been very much talent in terms of study. She was the female topper in 2060 SLC examination. She had a aim to do something in medical field, and she is following her passion till now. She have a plan and aim to do researches about cancer and its medicine in the future.

She is originally from Kavreplanchowk, Nepal. She completed her secondary level from Kathmandu University High School in Dhulikhel. She did A-level where, she took maths, biology, chemistry and physics from Malpi Institute in Kathmandu.