By Asia Samachar Team | MALAYSIA |
Rakhvinder Singh emerged as the shining at the Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) graduate cadet officers’ training.
And it was no less than the Malaysian constitutional monarch who presented him the award as the Overall Best Graduate Cadet Officer for the 26th batch.
The Ipoh-born 25-year old cadet officer was appointed as the commanding officer of the 26th batch based on his commitment and dedication throughout the training session, according to a write-up shared at the RMN Facebook page.
His father Gurbanjan Singh is a moulder at an Ipoh-based factory while his mother Naranjan Kaur is a housewife.
After finishing schooling at Anderson school in Ipoh, Rakhvinder then pursued a marketing degree at Universiti Malaysia Terengganu.
Sultan Abdullah officiated the commissioning ceremony for MAF cadet officers at the Perdana Camp in Sungai Besi, Kuala Lumpur, on 16 March 2019. At the event, he consented to commission 504 MAF cadet officers who completed their bachelor degrees at the Universiti Pertahanan Nasional Malaysia and other public higher institutions of learning, reports Bernama.
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