From left: former academic leader: Occupation 
Therapy, Professor Robin Joubert, School of Health 
Sciences’ top student, Miss Reeya Singh and 
Academic Leader of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 
Dr Panjasaram Naidoo.

Bachelor of Pharmacy student, Miss Reeya Singh completed her degree as top student at UKZN’s School of Health Sciences.  She also walked away with five awards out of seven in the Discipline of Pharmaceutical Sciences.

Singh received: Best Pharmaceutical Sciences Student, Best Pharmaceutics Student, Best Pharmacology Student, Best Pharmacy Practice Student and Best Pharmaceutical Chemistry Student.

Singh currently works at King Edward V111 Hospital.

In 2012 Singh was inducted by UKZN’s Golden Key International Honours Society at a ceremony held on the Pietermaritzburg campus. She was a third-year Pharmacy Degree student with a cumulative percentage average of 87 percent.

Singh was the best first-year student within her field of discipline and received a Dean’s Commendation Award in all her semesters along with various merit certificates.

Singh said she was so excited to find out that she is the top student in the School. ‘I am so happy, I was not aware that I did so well.’

Article issued by UKZN