School of Electronic Engineering & Computer Sciences Rep

About the role

The School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Sciences Representative collects feedback from students in the school and represents students’ interests. They’ll be able to work on lots of different aspects of the student experience, including feedback, assessments, teaching, employability and student support. They’ll also be responsible for chairing the School Forum for Course Representatives, and will work with the Vice President Science and Engineering to address issues that are affecting S&E students.

Role description

The Candidates


Antonita Nimalan and Samira Rahman

Antonita Nimalan and Samira Rahman are currently first-year students studying Computer Science. We would love to be the EECS co-representatives for the upcoming year. We understand everyone feels alone and out of place in our current situation, so we genuinely want to ensure everyone feels heard and NOT FORGOTTEN.

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Mohammed Raaid Ali

Hello! I’m Mohammed Raaid, a first year Computer Science student, and I’d like to run for School of EECS Rep. I’m motivated to help tackle issues facing students from the current learning environment to mental health and having a more normal university experience. Read my manifesto for more, thanks!

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Gargi Agrey

I am a very enthusiastic and motivated individual who’s aim is to significantly improve the student experience at university. I am excited to learn new skills and take on new responsibilities and I will always ensure to deliver my best performance in all the tasks I am given to do.

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Simranjeet Kaur

Representing the student community of the EECS department would be a great opportunity for me to bring up the most relevant concerns of the students , helping them built an effective communication platform with the teaching department and also be a complete support system to them in these uncertain conditions.


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