Do you work or are you a student?
I am both actually. I’m doing a post-graduate degree in business administration for which I get a day off from my job where I am a Business development manager.
Why did you choose that subject?
From childhood my passion was into making videos, designing buildings, and playing basketball, but it wasn’t until 5 years ago I realized that whatever my skill set and interests, there’s a business side to every equation, its all about making money! Then I thought about it; business is part of the language we use when we talk about the entertainment industry, project financing, and sports marketing. Everything has a “business” side to it — every industry needs accountants, marketers, managers, financial analysts, and technology support staff in other words, I could not refrain myself from having business majors.
What kind of school did you go to as a child?
As far as I remember I went to public school. Every child between the ages of 5 and 16 has a right to free education and a place at a public school as maintained by the law of this country. Almost all of the nation owned schools are funded by government and they are supposed to follow the National Curriculum and are not allowed to select students on the basis of academic ability.
Did you go to a co-educational school?
Yes, I did. I gained a lot of friends, both boys and girls. Actually, learning together in a coed classroom benefited me in many ways. Whether at work or in the home, I have to cooperate in my daily lives all the time with opposite sex. The experience that I collected in such classroom helps me to handle things today.
What was your favorite subject as a child?
The subject I liked in school was computer. I felt relaxed just sitting down, ready to listen, and ready to start my assignment or activity. I think I must have compared myself sitting in front of the computer with the boss of great corporate names. I was always ready to go in class, too, but like I said, I’m talking about computer lab instead of the computer course itself. Also, I loved P.E. because it was scheduled on Thursdays and we got our blood pumping for P.E; it was all about jump, run and rest. I think it’s fantastic that we had P.E.,which lowered my chances of getting morbidly obese
Who was your favorite teacher?
Although there are so many teachers who put a great effort to unleash a real me, the one whom I loved always was Mr Chaudhary, a teacher whom all troublemakers would hate, but if you are not one of them, you would definitely love his attitude. As you may have guessed, he was in charge of student discipline at the school. He was so strict that nearly all of my classmates stayed alert for the sound of his high vocals. He was my subject specialist for life and society as well. It was a really difficult subject and he explained everything in detail about how to keep up with my studies, he was my mentor in fact. Also, his English was so fluent that students can understand him with ease.