• 1987: Year of birth, at Green Park, New Delhi
  • 1992-2001: Entered Pre-school @ Cambridge Public School from prep to class 8th, at New Delhi
  • 2001-2005: Continued schooling from 9th to 12th at Rotary Public School, after relocating at Gurgaon, in our own house
  • 2005: Got admission at Delhi University, ARSD(dhuala kuan), under B.Sc.(general, physical sciences), dropped out after attending two months for engineering entrance preparation, attempted many in the exams previous to admission at DU
  • 2006: Took coaching & test series of engineering entrance exam at Narayana institute, finally clearing AIEEE, got a seat a Apeejay College of Engineering,(MD University-Rohtak), in the branch of ECE(electronics and communications)
  • 2006-2010: Pursued B.E.(ECE), took part in blood donation camps, sports day & college fest under poetry recitation in 2008 & 2009
  • 2010: Graduated from MD University, enrolled for a software course at acrolect, prepared for a number of written tests for job applications at government sector banks and IES, GATE, PSU
  • 2011: Started with face to face interviews, got 1st job at a New York based SME, with a starting package/stipend= Rs. 5000/month, for a three month contract as Research analyst
  • 2011: joined another second work place at a German based MNC, getting my first time corporate work-experience
  • 2012: After resigning due to in satisfaction of job profile, prepared for more banking sector exams, took formal coaching with TIME for IBPS-PO-2, stood unclear about future, stayed at home unemployed, finally joining 3rd job at a private coaching center, as an English Trainer, resigned and left working without getting the salary for a single day out of 20 days, due to fraud identity of organization, joined a month’s internship at WNS under research.
  • 2013: After completing, still tried at banking jobs, IBPS-SO-2, 2 marks short under logical reasoning section, continued searching jobs and giving interviews, etc.
  • 2013-14: Joined the last BPO sector job, working for Serco, under a domestic process, for American Express, due to the finance department & my lack of knowledge in the related field, had to leave when morals finally got down
  • 2014: After resigning, traveled back hometown, faced my maternal grandmother’s death, my first real-life death experience, got me feeling sad and low, went low in health and energy level falling further down, tried keeping busy reading few novels and books, reading some newspaper, online articles, blogs, started taking interest in the simple pleasures of life and nature, sitting in the park, talking to family members and taking care of them as well as our pet dog, started practicing control over life, emotions, energies, running., exercising, maintaining health, eating out sometimes, traveling alone in the city and talking to strangers in public transport
  • 2015: Decided to study further, applied to B.Ed. course at GGSIPU, got a good rank unexpectedly at 1310, and got FIMT at 1st counselling, pursuing, cherishing and making the most out of this great opportunity of studying again at Delhi.

Journal writing


My journey in education

Abstract: My journey of studying further in the field of education at the college, “Fairfield Institute of Management and Technology”, affiliated to GGSIP University-New Delhi, has almost completed about an entire month.

Introduction: It’s been about three weeks now, that I joined a course at GGSIPU, located in the heart of our capital city Delhi. The college, i.e.; “Fairfield Institute of Management and Technology”, being at such a nearby location, I hardly find any difficulty travelling to study attending regular classes here, for a course of Bachelors in Education, in my longing dream to serve the coming generations & teach them the right way of dealing with their real-life problems and making them aware of a social and civil duties and responsibilities that we as the future citizens of this country hold , in order to carry on our well preserved, enriched and diverse cultural and religious practices.

Content: Till now, I have almost got an entire idea of the smart and well-organised teaching standards and methods of imparting the right kind of etiquette and philosophical ideologies that our fore-father like Swami Vivekananda, Mahatma Gandhi, Sri Aurobindo Ghosh and many more great names brought in the field of education. It’s our humble responsibility and duty as the future teachers to bring about the desired and much needed enlightenment to the future coming young generations of tomorrow. This will further help, and enhance their teaching standards, which will brighten up their horizon and sharpen the minds, so as to improve their areas of interest and develop an optimistic and positive quality in themselves and enhance their strengths and overcome the weaknesses. They can face their lives with courage and confidence and wisely make the future decisions depending upon those skills and solve their own problems.

In the last week, i.e.; from 24th to 28th august, we all studied various folds of discipline in the subject of philosophy and various theories in our teaching subject mathematics, School organisation and administration, the mental and psychological folds of our mind in the field of childhood and growing up related to psychology, while in language, meaning English medium , we learned new skills such as observations, listening, also in school organisation, we all submitted our first assignment of school time-table/ calendar making with each person in the group allotted of ten students were supposed to present and discuss as well as cross-check for any further queries and improvement.

While on the hand, in this another area of teaching, with the subject named as- “Understanding the self”, there was an activity called as observations, where a few students from two separate groups were supposed to present themselves, on a topic on the spot, and the audience was supposed to watch them and check on their positive and negative pointers. On the second day, another activity took place in the combined class, where people were supposed to present on a chart, coming prepared with a topic, and making them explain with the help of “Concept- Mapping”. In this the students while discussing about the main heading had to elaborate on the sub-headings as well.

Conclusion: In a nutshell, this whole month till the last week, I never missed out on a single class and we enjoyed attending the lectures as well as the new experiences that we all shared and saw in those activities, such a extempore, presentations, concept-mapping and off-course the studies on our branch of our specialisation- Education.