Hari has shown fine language skills at all levels and has been consistent in his performance. He is passionate about reading and has shown interest in works of literary merit as well. George Orwell and Marjane Satrapi were a few authors he grew to love. Academically, he is a continuous learner and evaluates persistently to improvise on progress. I admire his openness to feedback and suggestions that he seeks after every assessment he undertakes. His presentations are resourceful and well organized which was evident in his seminar and FOA (IB assessment) performance. He also explored his organizing skills in the Model United Nations Conference (MUN).
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