Arjun Rajyagor: Junior Apprentice Winner

June 10, 2010

Meet Arjun Rajyagor. He is the BBC’s Junior Apprentice winner. This show is much like our Donald Trump’s The Apprentice, however, the BBC showcases intelligient young men and women of the sort. Find out more exciting details and see photos and a video clip right here!

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Arjun Rajyagor, a very talented young entrepreneur, has got his whole life ahead of him now, with a plethora of opportunity! He was crowned the BBC’s first-ever Junior Apprentice winner. Pretty incredible for just being seventeen years old! Be sure to check out photos and videos below.

As a biography, Arjun Rajyagor is just seventeen years old and lives in Essex, England. He is most-known for being the first-ever winner of BBC’s Junior Apprentice. In addition, he is a brilliant kid who considers himself to be a math fanatic. He also loves computers. At the age of 12, Arjun built his own computer and currently operates a repair business from his own bedroom. His education includes: A Levels in Physics, Maths and Systems and Control, and AS Level Further Maths.

Lord Alan Sugar (our Donald Trump) appointed Arjun Rajyagor as the 2010 Junior Apprentice winner. One could assume that the decision was quite easy for Sugar. In deciding the winning candidate, Sugar said:

“[He] has that natural business flair combined with intelligence that some people are born with – you can’t learn it. I know that Arjun is going to become the best at whatever he wants to do and I will be here for support all the way. I was so impressed with all of the candidates – they were outstanding for their age – but there had to be just one winner, and Arjun has done himself and his family proud.”

As for the other candidates? Well, Rajyagor took the prize and the privilege to work alongside Lord Sugar with a cash prize of £25,000 (to be dispersed accordingly) “to launch his business career” and an “offer to study engineering science at Oxford University”. The other finalists competing for the grand prize and golden opportunity include: Zoe Plummer, Tim Ankers, and Kirsty Cleaver.

What an amazing future this young man has in store! Hard work and dedication pays off, I’d say! Rajyagor says this:

“It’s been an amazing opportunity and I can’t believe I’m the first Junior Apprentice. Never in my wildest dreams did I believe that I would win when I first sent off that application form, but now that I have, I couldn’t be more elated.”

I couldn’t be more happier for you! Congrats on becoming BBC’s 2010 Junior Apprentice winner! You may leave your congratulations in the comment box and see pictures and a video below.

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