Tejas is the immediate past President of the Ontario Young Liberals (Windsor/Tecumseh) and an Executive Member of the Model United Nations (Univ. of Windsor). A tennis enthusiast he had the opportunity to volunteer with a couple of the International Tennis Wheelchair Tournaments and was a crew member for Rogers Cup Promotions. He has also volunteered with the Society of St. Vincent De Paul, the Ontario 55+ Summer Games, the International Children’s Games, and with numerous Gujarat Samaj events.
Academically Tejas holds a 94% major’s average in Political Science. He is a member of Outstanding Scholars, a prestigious organization within the University that allows research opportunities for the academically inclined. He is also on the President’s Honour Roll.
After he complete university Tejas plans to take legal studies in hopes of becoming a lawyer. He wrote, “Argumentation and honest debate in hopes of discerning the truth has always been important to me. I believe my passion for achieving the goal of becoming a lawyer coupled with my success in academics will allow me to become a successful and capable lawyer. Although I am not completely sure on what type of law I hope to study, international law currently interests me as global human rights issues are important to me.”