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By : Author Pulkit Gupta

On : 27 January 2011
Inspirational

 

Lessons from Failure



by  CMA.Ramesh Krishnan    on  16 December 2010

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Lessons from Failure

 

Introduction:  We everyone in our life some time facing failures, It is an unavoidable in our human life. Sometime after giving sufficient effort also due to some unknown mistakes and lack of experience in the particular work we may face failures. Facing failures are not shame but what you learning from your failure will be the important. In this article myself discussing some important aspects to learn from our failures.

1.       Realizing the mistakes: In every failure is happening due to some mistakes which we are not aware in particular circumstances. Mistake is a human nature, no one can do work without mistake. But analyzing the mistake and learn the correct thing and avoiding the same mistake in next time is the good practice and technique to avoid failures.

 

2.      Gaining  the experience:  In  any work while doing first time we face some difficulties and every new work will be one new experience, If we got success or failure in any work will be giving  one experience. But accepting that experience in positive approach and learn something from that will be boost your knowledge and gaining much experience to do the same work again, In this positive approach means  In success we can gain the knowledge  of correct method to do the work, In Failure we can  understand the wrong things happened in our method.

 

3.      Increasing the mental strength: In any circumstances whether success or failure, we should have same set of mind, it means we need to accept our failures also one type of lesson; it will increase our mental strength and confidence.

 

4.      Improving the perfection: In failure we are realizing our mistake and wrong methods, it will help to avoid the same mistake in next time also improve our work perfection in further works. While doing perfect work the failure will be avoided and success can be achieved

 

5.      Developing the skills: A correct way to come out from any failure, we need to analyze the reasons for the failure, this analysis improve and develop our analytical skills and give capacity to get the success.

 

6.      Structuring the Strategy: In any work we should have a correct strategy. While failure we can understand what went wrong in our strategy based on that we can structure our strategy to get the success.

 

7.      Understanding yourself: In any failure, we can understand clearly about our self, what is our strength, capacity and especially the weakness. If   we knew these things then the failure ran away from our life.

  

Conclusion: As I said in the introduction, Facing failure not a shame, but learning lesson from that and getting the way of success is basic of the words “Failure is the first step for Success”

So do not feel bad for your failure, take lesson from that and get the success

 

Good Luck…

Thanks

CMA. Ramesh Krishnan


By : Kashish Grover

On : 27 January 2011
TOUCHING STORY

 Touching life story..... 



A young man was getting ready to graduate college. For 

     many months he had admired a beautiful sports car in a dealer's 

     showroom, and knowing his father could well afford it, he told 

him that was all he wanted. 



     As Graduation Day approached, the young man awaited 

     signs that his father had purchased the car. Finally, on the 

morning  of his graduation his father called him into his private 

  study. His father told him how proud he was to have such a fine 

son, and  told him how much he loved him. He handed his son 

a beautiful   wrapped gift box. 



     Curious, but somewhat disappointed the young man 

     opened the box and found a lovely, leather-bound Bible. Angrily, 

he raised his voice at his father and said, "With all your money you 

give  me  a Bible?" and stormed out of the house, leaving the holy 

book. 



     Many years passed and the young man was very successful in 

business. 

     He had a beautiful home and wonderful family, but realized his 

     father was very old, and thought perhaps he should go to him. He 

had   not seen him since that graduation day. Before he could make 

     arrangements, he received a telegram telling him his father had 

     passed away, and willed all of his possessions to his son. He 

needed   to come home immediately and take care things. 

When he arrived at  his father's house, sudden sadness and 

regret filled his heart. 



     He began to search his father's important papers and 

     saw the still new Bible, just as he had left it years ago. With 

tears,  he opened the Bible and began to turn the pages. As he 

read those   words, a car key dropped from an envelope 

taped behind the Bible. 

It  had a tag with the dealer's name, the same dealer who had the 

sports  car he had desired. On the tag was the date of his graduation, 

     and the words...PAID IN FULL. 



     How many times do we miss God's blessings because they are not 

     packaged as we expected? 




By : Kashish Grover

On : 27 January 2011
THE WINDOW

 THE WINDOW

Two men, both seriously ill, occupied the same hospital room. One man  was allowed to sit up in his bed for an hour a day to drain the fluids from his lungs. His bed was next to the room's only window. The other man had to spend all his time flat on his back.

The men talked for hours on end. They spoke of their wives and   families, their homes, their jobs, their involvement in the military  service, where they had been on vacation. And every afternoon when the  man in the bed next to the window could sit up, he would pass the time by describing to his roommate all the things he could see outside the window.

The man in the other bed would live for those one-hour periods where  his world would be broadened and enlivened by all the activity and  color of the outside world. The window overlooked a park with a lovely lake, the man had said. Ducks and swans played on the water while  children sailed their model boats. Lovers walked arm in arm amid flowers of every color of the rainbow. Grand old trees graced the landscape, and a fine view of the city skyline could be seen in the distance. As the man by the window described all this in exquisite  detail, the man on the other side of the room would close his eyes and imagine the picturesque scene.

One warm afternoon the man by the window described a parade passing by.  Although the other man could not hear the band, he could see it in his mind's eye as the gentleman by the window portrayed it with descriptttive  words. Unexpectedly, an alien thought entered his head: Why should hehave all the pleasure of seeing everything while I never get to see  anything? It didn't seem fair. As the thought fermented, the man felt  ashamed at first. But as the days passed and he missed seeing more sights, his envy eroded into resentment and soon turned him sour. He   began to brood and found himself unable to sleep. He should be by that  window - and that thought now controlled his life.

Late one night, as he lay staring at the ceiling, the man by the window  began to cough. He was choking on the fluid in his lungs. The other man   watched in the dimly lit room as the struggling man by the window groped for the button to call for help. Listening from across the room, he never moved, never pushed his own button which would have brought the nurse running. In less than five minutes, the coughing and choking  stopped, along with the sound of breathing. Now, there was only silence--deathly silence.

The following morning, the day nurse arrived to bring water for their baths. When she found the lifeless body of the man by the window, she was saddened and called the hospital attendant to take it away--no  words, no fuss. As soon as it seemed appropriate, the man asked if he  could be moved next to the window. The nurse was happy to make the switch and after making sure he was comfortable, she left him alone.

Slowly, painfully, he propped himself up on one elbow to take his   first look. Finally, he would have the joy of seeing it all himself. He strained to slowly turn to look out the window beside the bed. It faced a blank wall.

Moral of the story:

The pursuit of happiness is a matter of choice...it is a positive attitude we consciously choose to express. It is not a gift that gets delivered to our doorstep each morning, nor does it come through the window. And I am certain that our circumstances are just a small part of what makes us joyful. If we wait for them to get just right, we will never find lasting joy.

The pursuit of happiness is an inward journey. Our minds are like   programs, awaiting the code that will determine behaviors; like bank vaults awaiting our deposits. If we regularly deposit positive, encouraging, and uplifting thoughts, if we continue to bite our lips  just before we begin to grumble and complain, if we shoot down that seemingly harmless negative thought as it germinates, we will find that there is much to rejoice about.




By : Kashish Grover

On : 27 January 2011
VALUE

 

Value

 

A well known speaker started off his seminar by holding up a $20 bill. In the room of 200, he asked, "Who would like this $20 bill?"

Hands started going up.

He said, "I am going to give this $20 to one of you but first, let me do this." He proceeded to crumple the dollar bill up.

He then asked, "Who still wants it?"

Still the hands were up in the air.

"Well," he replied, "What if I do this?" And he dropped it on the ground and started to grind it into the floor with his shoe.

He picked it up, now all crumpled and dirty. "Now who still wants it?" Still the hands went into the air.

"My friends, you have all learned a very valuable lesson. No matter what I did to the money, you still wanted it because it did not decrease in value. It was still worth $20.  

Many times in our lives, we are dropped, crumpled, and ground into the dirt by the decisions we make and the circumstances that come our way.

We feel as though we are worthless. But no matter what has happened or what will happen, you will never lose your value. You are special - Don't ever forget it!


By : Kashish Grover

On : 27 January 2011

 I asked for Strength.........

And God gave me Difficulties to make me strong.

I asked for Wisdom.........

And God gave me Problems to solve.

I asked for Prosperity.........

And God gave me Brain and Brawn to work.

I asked for Courage.........

And God gave me Danger to overcome.

I asked for Love.........

And God gave me Troubled people to help.

I asked for Favors.........

And God gave me Opportunities.

I received nothing I wanted ........

I received everything I needed!

Trust in God. Always !


By : Kashish Grover

On : 27 January 2011
Re:

 

THE OBSTACLE IN OUR PATH

 

In ancient times, a king had a boulder placed on a roadway. Then he hid himself and watched to see if anyone would remove the huge rock. Some of the king's wealthiest merchants and courtiers came by and simply walked around it.

Many loudly blamed the king for not keeping the roads clear, but none did anything about getting the big stone out of the way. Then a peasant came along carrying a load of vegetables. On approaching the boulder, the peasant laid down his burden and tried to move the stone to the side of the road. After much pushing and straining, he finally succeeded. As the peasant picked up his load of vegetables, he noticed a purse lying in the road where the boulder had been. The purse contained many gold coins and a note from the king indicating that the gold was for the person who removed the boulder from the roadway. The peasant learned what many others never understand.



             Every obstacle presents an opportunity to improve one's condition.




By : Member (Account Deleted)

On : 28 January 2011
The Naga Naresh Karutura

Naga Naresh Karutura has just passed out of IIT Madras in Computer Science and has joined Google in Bangalore.  You may ask, what's so special about this 21-year-old when there are hundreds of students passing from various IITs and joining big companies like Google?

 

Naresh is special. His parents are illiterate. He has no legs and moves around in his powered wheel chair.

Ever smiling, optimistic and full of spirit; that is Naresh. He says, "God has always been planning things for me. That is why I feel I am lucky."  Read why Naresh feels he is lucky.

 

 

 

 

 

Childhood in a village

 

I spent the first seven years of my life in Teeparru, a small village in Andhra Pradesh, on the banks of the river Godavari . My father Prasad was a lorry driver and my mother Kumari, a house wife. Though they were illiterate, my parents instilled in me and my elder sister (Sirisha) the importance of studying. 

 

Looking back, one thing that surprises me now is the way my father taught me when I was in the 1st and 2nd standards. My father would ask me questions from the text book, and I would answer them. At that time, I didn't know he could not read or write but to make me happy, he helped me in my studies! 

Another memory that doesn't go away is the floods in the village and how I was carried on top of a buffalo by my uncle. I also remember plucking fruits from a tree that was full of thorns. 

 

I used to be very naughty, running around and playing all the time with my friends.. I used to get a lot of scolding for disturbing the elders who slept in the afternoon. The moment they started scolding, I would run away to the fields! 

 

I also remember finishing my school work fast in class and sleeping on the teacher's lap!

 

 

 

 

January 11, 1993, the fateful day

 

On the January 11, 1993 when we had the sankranti holidays, my mother took my sister and me to a nearby village for a family function. From there we were to go with our grandmother to our native place. But my grandmother did not come there. As there were no buses that day, my mother took a lift in my father's friend's lorry. As there were many people in the lorry, he made me sit next to him, close to the door. 

 

It was my fault; I fiddled with the door latch and it opened wide throwing me out. As I fell, my legs got cut by the iron rods protruding from the lorry. Nothing happened to me except scratches on my legs. 

 

The accident had happened just in front of a big private hospital but they refused to treat me saying it was an accident case. Then a police constable who was passing by took us to a government hospital. 

 

First I underwent an operation as my small intestine got twisted. The doctors also bandaged my legs. I was there for a week. When the doctors found that gangrene had developed and it had reached up to my knees, they asked my father to take me to a district hospital. There, the doctors scolded my parents a lot for neglecting the wounds and allowing the gangrene to develop. But what could my ignorant parents do? 

 

In no time, both my legs were amputated up to the hips. 

 

I remember waking up and asking my mother, where are my legs? I also remember that my mother cried when I asked the question. I was in the hospital for three months. 

 

Life without legs

 

 

I don't think my life changed dramatically after I lost both my legs. Because all at home were doting on me, I was enjoying all the attention rather than pitying myself. I was happy that I got a lot of fruits and biscuits. 

 

 

 

 

'I never wallowed in self-pity'

 

The day I reached my village, my house was flooded with curious people; all of them wanted to know how a boy without legs looked. But I was not bothered; I was happy to see so many of them coming to see me, especially my friends! 

 

All my friends saw to it that I was part of all the games they played; they carried me everywhere. 

God's hand. I believe in God. I believe in destiny. I feel he plans everything for you. If not for the accident, we would not have moved from the village to Tanuku, a town. There I joined a missionary school, and my father built a house next to the school. Till the tenth standard, I studied in that school. 

 

If I had continued in Teeparu, I may not have studied after the 10th. I may have started working as a farmer or someone like that after my studies. I am sure God had other plans for me. 

My sister, my friend

 

When the school was about to reopen, my parents moved from Teeparu to Tanuku, a town, and admitted both of us in a Missionary school. They decided to put my sister also in the same class though she is two years older. They thought she could take care of me if both of us were in the same class. My sister never complained. 

 

She would be there for everything. Many of my friends used to tell me, you are so lucky to have such a loving sister. There are many who do not care for their siblings. 

 

She carried me in the school for a few years and after a while, my friends took over the task. When I got the tricycle, my sister used to push me around in the school. 

 

My life, I would say, was normal, as everyone treated me like a normal kid. I never wallowed in self-pity. I was a happy boy and competed with others to be on top and the others also looked at me as a competitor. 

Inspiration

 

I was inspired by two people when in school; my Maths teacher Pramod Lal who encouraged me to participate in various local talent tests, and a brilliant boy called Chowdhary, who was my senior. 

 

When I came to know that he had joined Gowtham Junior College to prepare for IIT-JEE, it became my dream too. I was school first in 10th scoring 542/600. 

 

Because I topped in the state exams, Gowtham Junior College waived the fee for me. Pramod Sir's recommendation also helped. The fee was around Rs 50,000 per year, which my parents could never afford. 

Moving to a residential school

 

Living in a residential school was a big change for me because till then my life centred around home and school and I had my parents and sister to take care of all my needs. It was the first time that I was interacting with society. It took one year for me to adjust to the new life. 

 

There, my inspiration was a boy called K K S Bhaskar who was in the top 10 in IIT-JEE exams. He used to come to our school to encourage us. Though my parents didn't know anything about Gowtham Junior School or IIT, they always saw to it that I was encouraged in whatever I wanted to do.. If the results were good, they would praise me to the skies and if bad, they would try to see something good in that. They did not want me to feel bad.  They are such wonderful supportive parents. 

 

Life at IIT- Madras

 

Though my overall rank in the IIT-JEE was not that great (992), I was 4th in the physically handicapped category. So, I joined IIT, Madras to study Computer Science. 

 

Here, my role model was Karthik who was also my senior in school. I looked up to him during my years at IIT- Madras.   He had asked for attached bathrooms for those with special needs before I came here itself. So, when I came here, the room had attached bath. He used to help me and guide me a lot when I was here. 

 

I evolved as a person in these four years, both academically and personally. It has been a great experience studying here. The people I was interacting with were so brilliant that I felt privileged to sit along with them in the class. Just by speaking to my lab mates, I gained a lot..

'There are more good people in society than bad ones'

 

July 28, 2008

 

Words are inadequate to express my gratitude to Prof Pandurangan and all my lab mates; all were simply great. I was sent to Boston along with four others for our internship by Prof Pandurangan. It was a great experience. 

 

 

Joining Google R&D

 

I did not want to pursue PhD as I wanted my parents to take rest now.  Morgan Stanley selected me first but I preferred Google because I wanted to work in pure computer science, algorithms and game theory. 

I am lucky. Do you know why I say I am lucky? 

 

I get help from total strangers without me asking for it. Once after my second year at IIT, I with some of my friends was travelling in a train for a conference. We met a kind gentleman called Sundar in the train, and he has been taking care of my hostel fees from then on. 

 

I have to mention about Jaipur foot. I had Jaipur foot when I was in 3rd standard. After two years, I stopped using them. As I had almost no stems on my legs, it was very tough to tie them to the body. I found walking with Jaipur foot very, very slow. Sitting also was a problem. I found my tricycle faster because I am one guy who wants to do things faster. 

 

One great thing about the hospital is, they don't think their role ends by just fixing the Jaipur foot; they arrange for livelihood for all. They asked me what help I needed from them. I told them at that time, if I got into an IIT, I needed financial help from them. So, from the day I joined IIT, Madras , my fees were taken care of by them. So, my education at the IIT was never a burden on my parents and they could take care of my sister's Nursing studies. 

 

Surprise awaited me at IIT

 

After my first year, when I went home, two things happened here at the Institute without my knowledge. 

I got a letter from my department that they had arranged a lift and ramps at the department for me. It also said that if I came a bit early and checked whether it met with my requirements, it would be good. 

 

Second surprise was, the Dean, Prof Idichandy and the Students General Secretary, Prasad had located a place that sold powered wheel chairs. The cost was Rs 55,000. What they did was, they did not buy the wheel chair; they gave me the money so that the wheel chair belonged to me and not the institute. 

 

My life changed after that. I felt free and independent.  That's why I say I am lucky. God has planned things for me and takes care of me at every step. 

 

The world is full of good people. 

 

I also feel if you are motivated and show some initiative, people around you will always help you. I also feel there are more good people in society than bad ones. I want all those who read this to feel that if Naresh can achieve something in life, you can too


By : Member (Account Deleted)

On : 28 January 2011
Real Life Story: Only one word Mind blowing !!!

Real Life Story of a creative engineer named John Roebling !!!

Ankur Garg

Company Secretary and Compliance Officer

 

A MUST SHARE WITH CCI’ites !!! Would request you to fully read the same…

 

This is a real life story of engineer John Roebling building the Brooklyn Bridge in New York, USA back in 1870. The bridge was completed in 1883, after 13 years.

 

In 1883, a creative engineer named John Roebling was inspired by an idea to build a spectacular bridge connecting New York with the Long Island. However bridge building experts throughout the world thought that this was an impossible featand told Roebling to forget the idea. It just could not be done. It was not practical. It had never been done before.

 

Roebling could not ignore the vision he had in his mind of this bridge. He thought about it all the time and he knew deep in his heart that it could be done. He just had to share the dream with someone else. After much discussion and persuasion he managed to convince his son Washington, an up and coming engineer, that the bridge in fact could be built.

 

Working together for the first time, the father and son developed concepts of how it could be accomplished and how the obstacles could be overcome. With great excitement and inspiration, and the headiness of a wild challenge before them, they hired their crew and began to build their dream bridge.

 

The project started well, but when it was only a few months underway a tragic accident on the site took the life of John Roebling. Washington was also injured and left with a certain amount of brain damage, which resulted in him not being able to talk or walk.

 

“We told them so.” “Crazy men and their crazy dreams.” “It’s foolish to chase wild visions.”

 

Everyone had a negative comment to make and felt that the project should be scrapped since the Roeblings were the only ones who knew how the bridge could be built.

 

In spite of his handicap Washington was never discouraged and still had a burning desire to complete the bridge and his mind was still as sharp as ever. He tried to inspire and pass on his enthusiasm to some of his friends, but they were too daunted by the task.

 

As he lay on his bed in his hospital room, with the sunlight streaming through the windows, a gentle breeze blew the flimsy white curtains apart and he was able to see the sky and the tops of the trees outside for just a moment.

 

It seemed that there was a message for him not to give up.Suddenly an idea hit him. All he could do was move one finger and he decided to make the best use of it. By moving this, he slowly developed a code of communication with his wife.

 

He touched his wife’s arm with that finger, indicating to her that he wanted her to call the engineers again. Then he used the same method of tapping her arm to tell the engineers what to do. It seemed foolish but the project was under way again.

 

For 13 years Washington tapped out his instructions with his finger on his wife’s arm, until the bridge was finally completed.

 

Today the spectacular Brooklyn Bridge stands in all its glory as a tribute to the triumph of one man’s indomitable spirit and his determination not to be defeated by circumstances. It is also a tribute to the engineers and their team work, and to their faith in a man who was considered mad by half the world. It stands too as a tangible monument to the love and devotion of his wife who for 13 long years patiently decoded the messages of her husband and told the engineers what to do.

                                         

Perhaps this is one of the best examples of a never-say-die attitude that overcomes a terrible physical handicap and achieves an impossible goal.

 

Often when we face obstacles in our day-to-day life, our hurdles seem very small in comparison to what many others have to face. The Brooklyn Bridge shows us that dreams that seem impossible can be realised with determination and persistence, no matter what the odds are.

 

Best Regards

Ankur




By : Member (Account Deleted)

On : 28 January 2011
The professor who begs for his students

 

Professor Sandeep Desai on his noble mission

Professor Sandeep Desai divides his time between running two schools -- one for slum children in Mumbai and the other in rural Maharashtra. To achieve his goal of setting up one school every year in a backward area, he collects donations from commuters in Mumbai's local trains. 

 

In the last three months, Professor Sandeep Desai has been on the front page of a national daily, has been featured in a popular magazine and has received a personal endorsement from actor Salman Khan. 

 

The neatly dressed professor made several heads turn earlier this year when he got on a crowded train compartment, clutching a donation box under his arm, and started begging for funds to complete the construction of a primary school in Zadgaon in Ratnagiri district in Maharashtra. 

 

He appreciates the overwhelming appreciation and goodwill that he has encountered after the media, and Salman Khan via his twitter page, made him an instantly recognisable figure. 

 

But Professor Desai had a sincere request: "Please understand that the mission is more important. Please focus on our mission, not me".




By : Member (Account Deleted)

On : 28 January 2011
The blind man with a vision(Truly Inspiring)

 

 

Breaking records has been a way of life for this 30-year-old banker from Mumbai -- be it in life, at work or in sports. But he is a trader with a difference.

Ashish Goyal works for J P Morgan Chase as a chief investment officer and is passionate about macroeconomics and the financial markets. And Mr Goyal is blind.

A New York Times article says looking at Ashish work one can hardly figure out that he is visually impaired-the speed and accuracy with which he manages billions of dollars of the bank's exposure to risks like foreign exchange fluctuations.

Outside his official assignment, Ashish represented the Metro London Sports Club in 2009 in the United Kingdom's domestic blind cricket league. In his very first year, he became a prominent member of the team contributing to winning the UK league. His friends find it difficult to keep pace with his social life that ranges from theatre, music, charity work to Formula F1, tennis and globetrotting to 'watching' cricket matches.

Ashish, who was born with perfect vision, suffers from a disease called retinitis pigmentosa, which robbed him of his sight after the age of 15. He did not lose his vision at one go, but gradually went blind over a period of three years. By 18, he couldn't see anything at all.





He was the first blind student to make it to Wharton Business School, Philadelphia, four years ago. If that isn't enough, Ashish cleared his MBA with honours and went on to win the Joseph P Wharton award, given to one student every year who symbolizes Wharton's way of life.

Ashish, who now lives in London, is the first blind trader at J P Morgan, and possibly in any bank anywhere in the world. His near-impossible feat has earned him the National Award for the Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities, 2010, an honour that he will receive at the hands of the President of India this week.

Ironically, while Ashish will return to India to receive his award, this country has been a trifle hostile to him during his first attempt at entering the job market. He had a tough time getting a job in India, despite securing a second rank in his batch while doing an MBA at NMIMS.




By : Member (Account Deleted)

On : 28 January 2011
Formula for Success

 Formula for Success

 





A small truth to make our Life's 100% successful..........











If A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z











Is equal to 1 2 3 4 5 6  7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23

24 25 26









Then H +A +R + D+ W +O + R+ K = 8 + 1+ 18 +4 + 23+ 15 +18 + 11 =

98% 













K + N+ O+ W +L + E+ D +G + E = 11 +14 + 15+ 23 +12 + 5+ 4 +7 + 5 =

96%

 







L + O+ V+ E =12 + 15+ 22 +5 = 54%







L + U+ C+ K = 12 + 21+ 3 +11 = 47%











(None of them makes 100%)











...............................











Then what makes 100%











Is it Money? ..... No!!!!!











Leadership? ....... NO!!!!











Every problem has a solution, only if we perhaps











change our "ATTITUDE".











It is OUR ATTITUDE towards Life and Work that makes











OUR Life 100% Successful 











A + T+ T+ I +T + U+ D +E = 1+ 20 +20 + 9+ 20 +21 + 4+ 5 = 100%











Don't you think so?!?!?!?! 



By : Priya R

On : 28 January 2011
Re:HELPLESS LOVE

Once upon a time all feelings and emotions went to a coastal island for a vacation. According to their nature, each was having a good time. Suddenly, a warning of an impending storm was announced and everyone was advised to evacuate the island.

The announcement caused sudden panic. All rushed to their boats. Even damaged boats were quickly repaired and commissioned for duty.
Yet, Love did not wish to flee quickly. There was so much to do. But as the clouds darkened, Love realised it was time to leave. Alas, there were no boats to spare. Love looked around with hope.
Just then Prosperity passed by in a luxurious boat. Love shouted, “Prosperity, could you please take me in your boat?”
“No,” replied Prosperity, “my boat is full of precious possessions, gold and silver. There is no place for you.”
A little later Vanity came by in a beautiful boat. Again Love shouted, “Could you help me, Vanity? I am stranded and need a lift. Please take me with you.”
Vanity responded haughtily, “No, I cannot take you with me. My boat will get soiled with your muddy feet.”
Sorrow passed by after some time. Again, Love asked for help. But it was to no avail. “No, I cannot take you with me. I am so sad. I want to be by myself.”
When Happiness passed by a few minutes later, Love again called for help. But Happiness was so happy that it did not look around, hardly concerned about anyone.
Love was growing restless and dejected. Just then somebody called out, “Come Love, I will take you with me.” Love did not know who was being so magnanimous, but jumped on to the boat, greatly relieved that she would reach a safe place.
On getting off the boat, Love met Knowledge. Puzzled, Love inquired, “Knowledge, do you know who so generously gave me a lift just when no one else wished to help?”
Knowledge smiled, “Oh, that was Time.”
“And why would Time stop to pick me and take me to safety?” Love wondered.
Knowledge smiled with deep wisdom and replied, “Because only Time knows your true greatness and what you are capable of. Only Love can bring peace and great happiness in this world.”
“The important message is that when we are prosperous, we overlook love. When we feel important, we forget love. Even in happiness and sorrow we forget love. Only with time do we realize the importance of love. Why wait that long? Why not make love a part of your life today?”

By : BALU....

On : 28 January 2011
Re:

 

Success story of India’s First Visually Impaired Chartered Accountant

Rajni Gopal is India’s first visually impaired woman to become a Chartered Accountant. Currently working with India’s leading software companies, it has taken Rajani immense grit, perseverance and patience to reach where she stands.

Rajani Gopal has come a long way after losing her eye sight. She treads on paths that make even sighted people think twice before taking up. Behind this chartered accountant, Veena player and social worker, lies a determined woman who has defied all logic when it comes to success. Let’s talk to Rajani Gopal and find out more about her.

You work with a reputed IT company. Tell us about your job profile.

I work in the Finance Department. My profile is to work on Indian & U.S.A. Generally Accepted Accounting Practices.

Where were you working before your current assignment? How did you get this break?

I was working for Indian Group of Hotels as Community co-ordinator. I had sent my bio-data to the placement cell of I.C.A.I. and that is how I got this break.

How have you adjusted to your work environment and how have your colleagues responded.

It has been comfortable to adjust to work environment as I am quite versatile on computers. Moreover my work to a large extent is on those applications that extensively support screen reading software.

My colleagues respond very sensibly. There is no discrimination of any sort. Now they know when I need assistance and come forward to give the same. The work atmosphere is very comfortable and friendly.

blind-ca1Becoming a C.A. is a tough task even for sighted people. As a blind person what motivated you to take up this subject and how did you manage?

That is what many told me when I thought of taking up C.A. as a career. But let me tell you, determination and commitment can help you achieve those milestones which seem difficult otherwise.

I lost vision in my right eye by the time I completed my graduation. I faced few interviews where my candidature was not considered because of my vision problem. I realised that I should have a better education to get a decent and dignified job. At this juncture I came to know about Chartered Accountancy. By this time I had learnt to pursue my studies on my own. I thought if I can pursue B.Com on my own then why not C.A.?

Of course, pursuing the course was not easy. It would be difficult for me to read for long time. I had to read keeping the book close to my eyes. Commuting was also quite difficult. For a moment my spirits would be shattered. But I would realise that this is not the way to tackle a problem. I will have to find out ways and means of solving this. I would read for sometime and then close my eyes and try to recollect whatever I would have studied. This way I was not wasting my time and was also giving rest to my eyes, which I needed the most. As far as commuting was concerned, I would prefer to walk short distances, as catching the public transport was difficult. For long distances, invariably I would take the public transport. It was quite risky but I had to take the calculated risk.

After I lost vision in my left eye too, I had to look for means to continue my studies and clear my examinations. But the important hurdle was to accept that I am visually challenged. This did take some time as I would relate myself with my friends who either had a good job or were happily married. I realised that I should come out of this trauma. Sahaja Yoga meditation came to my rescue. The meditation gave the overall balance which I needed the most. I realised that I should accept the situation and go ahead, instead of brooding. I came to know about the screen reading software and learnt how to use computers. My urge to pursue the course was rekindled. I got all the materials converted to soft copy and started studying. For few subjects I took the assistance of volunteers. I also had to learn how to communicate with the scribe, as I was availing scribe facility for the first time.

What are the special assistive tools you use for help at work? Especially when tackling numbers.

As I have already mentioned, I extensively use computers with screen reading software. My assignment does not include going through any written documents. By using Excel and other M.S. Office applications, I am able to manage my job quite comfortably.

How did you develop your eye problem?

I was prescribed penicillin tablets for common cold. This was given without test dosage and resulted in an allergic reaction which in medical terminology is known as “Steven Johnson Syndrome”. My vision started deteriorating gradually. This was coupled with growth of eye lashes inside the eyes which would constantly itch. I had to visit the doctor almost twice a week to get the lashes plucked. But the damage to the cornea was done and doctors were helpless.

Tell us a bit about your school and college days.

Early school days were as any other normal child. After the allergy, things changed. Because of redness in the eyes, quite a few classmates would avoid me. I had to hear to lot of sympathies from relatives and friends. It would be very difficult to listen. I would try to be all alone by myself. I developed the habit of reading to overcome my loneliness. Initially I would cry and weep. As I grew up I didn’t feel like doing that, for I knew that my parents would be disturbed. I learnt to keep all my emotions to myself. I had very few friends.

At my college things were little different. I was matured enough to handle the situation. I did have friends who were sensible enough. In fact in the final year of my graduation, my friends would write the notes for me, get the books from library, for I couldn’t attend the college due to surgery on my right eye.

What kind of support did you get from family and friends?

There was complete support from my immediate family members. Neither my parents nor my brothers made me to feel at any point of time that I had vision problem. My parents would encourage me in all my ventures as they would encourage my brothers. Even after I lost my vision completely, they would behave as if nothing had happened and gave me all the emotional support.

Though I had very few friends, they were quite sensible and helped me whenever I needed them most. Moreover they would boost my confidence and behave as they would with other “normal” friends.

What are your interests and hobbies?

As already mentioned, I practice meditation-Sahaja Yoga. I enjoy cooking. I play chess. I have learnt to play Veena. I listen to lot of music. I volunteer my services to physically, visually and economically challenged students by providing assistance in their studies.

Tell us any interesting experience you’d like to share.

There have been quite a lot of experiences which have moulded my personality.

As my vision deteriorated gradually, I could see the helplessness of doctors and my parents. At such heart breaking moments, each mile stone in my education would motivate me to go further.

But if you want to know of any particular incident that changes the course of my life, I feel this is it.

Around the time when I lost vision in both my eyes, my father was diagnosed with Leukaemia. It was the prime age of my life and with all confusion I was totally lost and mentally upset. One evening when I just couldn‘t control my emotions, my brother recommended me meditation. He advised that I should do it with open mind and take as hypothesis. I could see within a week that my overall personality was in complete balance and I obtained the necessary confidence and inner strength which I needed the most and which any amount of external counselling wouldn’t have done.

Now I feel, everything that happened was with some purpose and has helped me become a better person move ahead in life with greater strength and confidence

 

 

:):)


By : BALU....

On : 28 January 2011
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From disability to ability

Here are two women who have proved that physical disability is no obstacle if one has the ugre to overcome their handicap for achieving golry. Anjali Aurora and Neha Bansali are the two women who have made themselves role models with their self-confidence and determination and set an example to thousands of women. Both these women had spent their childhood singing, playing and dancing like any girl of their age. But their lives did not proceed evenly for them. Anjali grew blind. Neha Bansali who confirmed to the wheel chair when she hurt her spine. Yet they out-grew their disabilities. Anjali Aurora became the assistant manager in Air-force Authority. Neha Bansali is a successful Chartered Accountant. These two women who perform their duties with assistance from a companion stand as an ideal to the society. The Ability Foundation of Chennai presented them with National Awards. Their experiences in their words.

Neha Bansali:

 

 

I was born in Delhi and grew up there. I belong to a middle class family. I have a gounger brother and a younger sister. When I was playing with my friends my spine received a minor injury. But because of infection the entire spine got affected. As a result I could not sit up and got confined to the wheel chair. Except my right hand I could not move any part of my body. I had to depend on others to attend to the daily ablutions. I wanted to commit suicide. The support given by my father and mother, my sister and brother kept me up, I took the +2 exam. I scored 92% in the exams. This achievement gave me confidence and encouragement. I took the chartered accountant’s final exam and stood tenth in the national ranking. This success made me live and I grew up from then on.

I, who was confined always to the wheel chair with ability to move only one hand, developed a great urge to achieve something notable. I could secure a job as a chartered accountant in a firm and became the chief accountant. I co-ordinated the duties of 300 exployees and solved the problems of our clients all over the country. Though disabled and faced many problems, I could overcome problems with self-confidence. I want to convey to other physically challenged persons that though it is inevitable to seek help form others, if only we can mould our lives as a model to be followed by others. It gives us great strength. If any one of you need any help in the chartered accountancy course you can visit me in neha.bansal 29 @ rediffmail. Com.


By : BALU....

On : 28 January 2011
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his is Prajita Balavinodan who got the first rank in CA Final November 2009

 

This is Prajita Balavinodan who got the first rank in CA Final November 2009

She hails from Coimbatore,Tamilnadu.This centre has very poor coaching centres and she attended only one subject coaching in Chennai and rest she studied on her own.This is a small city near the famous Hill station Ooty.

She is a Keralite and speaks Malayalam and Tamil at home.She has a Bcom from Shri Nehru Maha Vidyalaya College of Arts & Science College in Coimbatore

(comes under Bharathiyar University).

Though from a poor middleclass background and from a city which was small and that too being a woman.She braved all odds and became the first Indian woman CA from her place to get the First rank in the most tough and prestigious CA Final exam conducted by ICAI.

Hardwork,studying from day 1,8 to 10 hours of study,good writing practice,confidence and never-say-die attributes helped her achieve this status.

It seems she used to cycle daily from her office back to her home for 4 to 5 miles and then start studying daily.

FRIENDS,LET US LEARN FROM HER SUCCESS.

I CLEARED MY CA THIS ATTEMPT AND AM AN ACA NOW.BUT THEN I KNOW MANY HAVE FAILED TOO THIS ATTEMPT.LET US ALL LEARN FROM THIS GIRL AND HER INDOMITABLE SPIRIT.I SHOWED THIS TOO WHO DID NOT PASS.

Yours sincerely,

CA Purush Mistry

(I know technically till I get the ACA certificate I should not use the CA before my name,nevertheless I have cleared the exams and also attended the GMCS,so I will submit the form and get it;so Im using it in joy! May all of you derive the same joy soon!)

Below is her marklist:

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The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India

Examination Results,November 2009

 

Final (New Course) Examination Results

Sci.,

Shri Nehru Maha Vidyalaya College of Arts &

Sci.,

 

ROLL Number

45565      *Check Merit

Name

PRAJITA BALAVINODAN

Group I

Financial Reporting

086

Strategic Financial Management

056

Advanced Auditing and Professional Ethics

054

Corporate and Allied Laws

065

Total

261

Result

PASS

Group II

Advanced Management Accounting

061

Information Systems Control and Audit

072

Direct Tax Laws

072

Indirect Tax Laws

067

Total

272

Result

PASS

Grand Total

533

 


By : Author Pulkit Gupta

On : 28 January 2011
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By : Karan Teli

On : 28 January 2011
Receiving Each Day as an Invitation

 Each new day is a path of wonder, a different invitation. Days are where our lives gradually become visible.

Often it seems that we have to undertake the longest journey to arrive at what has been nearest all along. Mornings rarely find us so astounded at the new day that we are unable to decide between adventures. We take on days with the same conditioned reflex with which we wash and put on our clothes each day. If we could be mindful of how short our time is, we might learn how precious each day is. There are people who will never forget today. […]

The liturgy of dawn signals the wonder of the arriving day. Magic of darkness breaking through into color and light is such a promise of invitation and possibility. No wonder we always associate the hope and urgency of new beginning with the dawn. Each day is the field of brightness where the invitation of our life unfolds. A new day is an intricate and subtle matrix; written into its mystery are the happenings sent to awaken and challenge us.

No day is ever the same, and no day stands still; each one moves through a different territory, awakening new beginnings. A day moves forward in moments, and once a moment has flickered into life, it vanishes and is replaced by the next. It is fascinating that this is where we live, within an emerging lacework that continually unravels. Often a fleeting moment can hold a whole sequence of the future in distilled form: that unprepared second when you looked in a parent’s eye and saw death already beginning to loom. Or the second you noticed a softening in someone’s voice and you knew that a friendship was beginning. Or catching your partner’s gaze upon you and knowing the love that surrounded you. Each day is seeded with recognitions.

The writing life is a wonderful metaphor for this. The writer goes to his desk to meet the empty white page. As he settles himself, he is preparing himself, for visitation and voyage. Each memory, longing, and craft set the frame for what might emerge. He has no idea what will come. Yet despite its limitations, his creative work will find its own direction to form. Each of us is an artist of our days; the greater our integrity and awareness, the more original and creative our time will become.


By : Author Pulkit Gupta

On : 29 January 2011
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 REAL LIFE STORY: ONE WORD MIND BLOWING

MY MOM TOLD ME THIS STORY

GREAT STORY CORNER_FOR YOU ALL...ENJOY

BASIC RULE OF POSITIVITY_MOTIVATIONAL DOSE FOR EXAMS !!!

MOTIVATIONAL POST CORNER

 

SUCCESS WILL COME...MUST READ

DON'T QUIT

PROMISE YOURSELF

THE WILL TO WIN...

A CREED TO LIVE BY

ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE...

ALWAYS KEEP YOUR DREAMS ALIVE

MESSAGE: ALWAYS REMEMBER YOUR ACHIEVEMENTS

INSPIRATIONAL ONE: BE THANKFUL

SHORT BUT EFFECTIVE ONE: THE CHALLENGE

BY CHANGING YOUR THINKING..

IF YOU THINK...

CHANGE YOUR WORLD...

INSPIRATIONAL ONE: DO LESS

DREAM MY FRIEND DREAM...

POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE ATTITUDE

PLEASE FOLLOW YOUR DREAMS...A MUST READ

A FINE MANAGEMENT LESSON

TIPS TO BE A GOOD HUMAN BEING

FEAR NOT....

TRUST...

WHAT ACTUALLY ATTITUDE IS...

YOU CAN ACCOMPLISH ANYTHING YOU CHOOSE

TRUTH ABOUT FAILURE...

INSPIRATIONAL ONE: ANYWAY

LESSONS FROM CHAK DE INDIA


By : Author Pulkit Gupta

On : 29 January 2011
Re:

 STORY CORNER

 

REAL LIFE STORY: ONLY ONE WORD MIND BLOWING !!!

MY MOM TOLD ME THIS STORY !!!

WHY WALK WHEN YOU CAN FLY !!!

SON I NEED YOUR HELP: STORY WITH MORAL

A STORY---HUMOR, EMOTION AND MESSAGE AT ONE PLACE !!!

HELP OTHERS WIN: TOOK ME OUT OF THE BLUE !!!

SMART WAY TO ACHIEVE SOMETHING_A STORY

I WOULD LIKE TO BE SOMEONE IN YOUR LIFE !!!

GREAT STORY CORNER_ESPECIALLY FOR YOU ALL...ENJOY !!!

THE CARPENTER'S HOUSE_VERY INSPIRING ONE

A WONDERFUL HINDI STORY_ANK

SOMETHING ABOUT LOVE AND LIFE

ENJOY YOUR COFFEE_ANKUR

WHOM TO BLAME_STORY

SWEETS AT MY DESK_A SAD BUT FUNNY LOVE STORY

A SMALL TOUCHING STORY

UNCONDITIONAL LOVE_MOM

IMPORTANCE OF WOMEN: WORTH A READ

IN A MENTAL HOSPITAL...... VERY FUNNY

GIFT FOR MOM__FUNNY

BEGGAR AND A MAN_STORY

VOTE CAREFULLY THIS YEAR--A SHORT FUNNY STORY

WHY FOURTH FINGER IS RING FINGER

A SMALL CONVERSATION_NICE ONE

HEART TOUCHING & AMAZING LOVE STORY...SALTY COFFEE

NICE & SMALL FUNNY STORY...

SHORT STORY_GOD AND A HOLY MAN

WHAT A BOSS? TRUE STORY_MUST READ

STORY_CLEVER BOY--NO CHANGE FOR A REWARD

OLD GHOST_FUNNY STORY

A SIMPLE GESTURE_STORY

DADDY DOESN'T WANT TO PLAY WITH ME--STORY TO THINK...

THE OBSTACLE IN OUR PATH

TOUCHING LIFE STORY.....

GREATNESS OF GANDHI JI...

GREATNESS OF GANDHI JI_REAL LIFE INCIDENT..

GREATNESS OF GANDHI JI_(3)

TRUST IN GOD ALWAYS !

A GLASS OF MILK_STORY

REAL INCIDENT_A MUST READ...

SOCRATES AND TRIPLE FILTER TEST...

SECOND WISH

AROUND THE CORNER_A HEART TOUCHING ONE

RESULTS OF POSITIVE ACTIONS...

TOUCHING & INSPIRATIONAL LIFE STORY.....

A SIMPLE GESTURE_INSPIRATIONAL ONE

THE MORAL IS SOMETHING RELATED TO US...

INSPIRATIONAL ONE: ACRES OF DIAMONDS

TAKE TIME_A MUST READ INSPIRATIONAL ONE

MUST READ_VERY INSPIRING-THE CARPENTER'S HOUSE

THIS IS WHAT WE CALL DEADLOCK

AMAZING FUNERAL...! OLD JOKE IN NEW STYLE

EMOTIONAL LOVE STORY_MUST READ

THE SKY IS NOT GOING TO FALL DOWN...

HAPPINESS ON HOLD_A MUST READ

A LITTLE PREACHY BUT GOOD....

TERRIFIC STORY: THE POWER OF YOUR ACTIONS

26/11 MUMBAI_REAL INCIDENT_A MUST READ...

CONFESSIONS OF A KID_FUNNY STORY...

SELF APPRAISAL_A FANTASTIC STORY

JUST FOR AN EXTRA BEDROOM-A WONDERFUL TOUCHING STORY..READ

TEST_TRY THIS ONE AND KNOW ABOUT YOURSELF...

INTELLIGENCE_VERY FUNNY INCIDENT


By : Author Pulkit Gupta

On : 29 January 2011
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determination
 

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On : 29 January 2011 

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determination

An old man lived alone in Newyork. He wanted to spade his potato garden, but it was very hard work. His only son, who would have helped him, was in prison. The old man wrote a letter to his son and mentioned his situation:

 

Dear Son,

 

I am feeling pretty bad because it looks like I won’t be able to plant my potato garden this year. I hate to miss doing the garden because your mother always loved planting time. I’m just getting too old to be digging up a garden plot. If you were here, all my troubles would be over. I know you would dig the plot for me, if you weren’t in prison.



Love,

Dad

 

Shortly, the old man received this telegram: ‘For Heaven’s sake, Dad, don’t dig up the garden!! That’s where I buried the GUNS!!’

 

At 4 a.m. the next morning, a dozen FBI agents and local police officers showed up and dug up the entire garden without finding any guns.

 

Confused, the old man wrote another note to his son telling him what had happened, and asked him what to do next.

 

His son’s reply was: ‘Go ahead and plant your potatoes, Dad. It’s the best I could do for you, from here.’

 

MORAL:

 

NO MATTER WHERE YOU ARE IN THE WORLD, IF YOU HAVE DECIDED TO DO SOMETHING DEEP FROM YOUR HEART, YOU CAN DO IT. IT IS THE THOUGHT THAT MATTERS, NOT WHERE YOU ARE OR WHERE THE PERSON IS.


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Believe Yourself



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On : 30 January 2011
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Articles by CA SUDHIR HALAKHANDI

STUDENTS KEEP THE SPIRIT HIGH!!!

On 11 February 2009 at 12:31 

STUDENTS HOW TO AVOID FAILURE –A SUDHIR SCHEME

On 08 February 2009 at 22:08 

HOW TO COPE PCC FAILURE- CA SUDHIR HALAKHANDI

On 30 January 2009 at 09:05 


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On : 02 February 2011
Re:QUOTES

 Some  Quotes by Marilyn Monroe :

  • I believe that everything happens for a reason. People change so that you can learn to let go, things go wrong so that you appreciate them when they're right, you believe lies so you eventually learn to trust no one but yourself, and sometimes good things fall apart so better things can fall together.
  • Imperfection is beauty, madness is genius and it's better to be absolutely ridiculous than absolutely boring.
  • If you're gonna be two-faced at least make one of them pretty.
  • She was a girl who knew how to be happy even when she was sad. And that’s important—you know.
  • I've never fooled anyone. I've let people fool themselves. They didn't bother to find out who and what I was. Instead they would invent a character for me. I wouldn't argue with them. They were obviously loving somebody I wasn't. 
  • We should all start to live before we get too old. Fear is stupid. So are regrets.
  • The nicest thing for me is sleep, then at least I can dream.
  • Its better to be hated for what you are than to be loved for what your not .
  • Love and work are the only two real things in our lives. They belong together, otherwise it is off. Work is in itself a form of love.
  • I'm pretty but I'm not beautiful
    I sin but I'm not the devil
    I'm good but I'm not an angel.

 


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On : 02 February 2011
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BELIEVE IN YOUR HEART

 

 


 

 

 

I woke up one night in the hours of darkness,

 

I sat up straight in my bed to find a shimmering light in my closet,

 

But their where no lights on in the room,

 

I got up and went slowly toward the closet,

 

To find a pair of gold wings,

 

An angel was standing by my side,

 

“What do I do with these gold wings?” I asked the angel

 

“Put the wings on my child.” Answered the angel

 

I put the wings on flew to a place that had many stars,

 

The angel then appeared and said, “Follow your heart, your goals and your dreams.”

 

Only you know what is right for you

 

Anything is possible

 

Miracles do come true,

 

Hope and dreams are a reality if let them be,

Life can be wonderful if you let it be



By : Member (Account Deleted)

On : 09 March 2011
Age does not matter. What matters the most is the spirit.

 

Kolkata, March 8 (IANS) Displaying a never-say-die spirit, Bharati Devi, a 40-year-old mother of three, is all set to appear for her secondary examinations this year along with her daughter in northern West Bengal's Jalpaiguri district.

Bharati, who works at a child education centre along with her married daughter Sanchita, is sitting for the examinations at Sunitibala Sadar Girls High School as an external candidate.

 

'Bharati is appearing for the madhyamik (secondary) exams along with her daughter as external candidate. It is an example of empowerment of women. She took out time to study daily after taking care of her work and fulfilling her responsibilities at home,' the school's headmistress Aparna Bagchi said.

 

According to Aparna, Bharati was married off in 1990, when she was in class ten, and was forced to leave school. And even though she got busy with her family duties during the following years, she never gave up her dream of clearing the school exams.

 

'When her daughter Sanchita, who also got married two years ago, decided to sit for the exam, Bharati too made up her mind to do the same.

 

'As far as I know, Sanchita helped her mother a lot in preparing for the exams. She used to take tuitions and also taught her mother. Bharati's husband too was very understanding and supportive of her efforts,' said Aparna.





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