I know most of you might be surprised and thinking WHAT I’M DOING HERE?
Well guys this is my first blog post and since it is my first I thought it would be appropriate to write a little about myself. The intention of this blog is to document a little about the experiences and things I’ve discovered during the previous years.
Well I never thought I would ever write or start a blog, but here I am. I take this inspiration to write from Prof. Mona Bhatia and my friends who inspired me to share my experience, ideas and my view points.
The best proverb of all is that which says:
“Leave no stone unturned.” – Edward Bulwer Lytton
So I decided to try my hand for writing too. May be I won’t be an avid writer, but I’m happy that at least I had courage to try for it.
Coming to myself, I am pursuing T.Y.B.M.S. from NK College, Malad.
Going back 6 years from now I had no idea where would I be standing after my graduation. The period was during my SSC when I discovered that I was a born ‘computer keeda’. I would almost open up any computer, disassemble it and again assemble it just to see if it would working again. It was then that I had decided to be a so called ‘Computer Engineer’. So on my path to become an engineer I passed my SSC with 74% & I took science stream in Gokuldham Jr. College in spite of getting selected in Mithibai Commerce too, where I could enjoy my junior college too, but never mind.
As the title of my blog says ‘You Never Know’, I was somewhere lost in the stressed & painful 2 years of junior college. Despite being an average student I lost interest in studies coz I found it boring & something beyond my limit. Finally I somehow completed my HSC with not so good 56%. To add more to my distress my CET score also came low & the dream of doing computer engineering was almost dropped and I finally realized it was not my cup of tea. So I decided to move ahead with doing Bsc.IT but had to take a drop from it too as I couldn’t secure admission in any of the good colleges due to low scores in math.
It really brought down my morale during that period of time as I could see all my friends getting into Degree College and moving ahead towards their goal. And I found myself standing just where I started, with no progress. But it was just matter of few months.
Sometimes life pushes you down and you either have to get back up or say boss I’m done. I got back up and decided to make up for the loss. To cover up I helped my dad in his photography business and started new line of segment of personalized gifts (Coffee mugs, T-shirts, Mouse Pads etc…) and I was satisfied with the outcome of a new start.
I also got into share market and learnt the techniques of trading in a year & also made some good money and lost few too, but that’s learning. What I could see was a risk taker in myself.
Finally a year passed on and the time was near to get back to studies. I started looking out for other courses & finally someone guided me to the right path to join BMS. I was almost blank about BMS as I didn’t know a single thing about it. I started finding info about it and finally was convinced to join BMS. The next hurdle was to convince my dad about the course. Though it was tough but I managed to convince him. I filled my admission forms in NK, Patkar & 2-3 more colleges and to my surprise I was selected in the first list in NK due to science stream. You never know the bad part of your life sometimes becomes a key for your future.
When you say you have no choice. You’re wrong! There’s always a choice…you’re just too afraid to choose it. And for me BMS was my choice.
You never know what life has in store for you…so just keep on exploring yourself without regretting.
Think Different. Be Different.
Please comment guys whether you liked it or not. Even if you didn’t like I won’t stop writing J