” I will not stop, I will keep on learning until and unless I will become a Boss Lady. I want to be victorious at such an extent that everyone feels proud of me; especially my parents. I was a studious kid, always into studies. I remember how my mom used to teach me until I started my coaching classes. I am a determined and hard-working person. I put my 100 percent in each and every task in which I am involved. I had my schooling from Ryan International, Gurgaon. I was a bright and blazing student throughout. My first joyous moment occurred when I was in the 9th standard. I was awarded a Scholar Badge in our Annual School Ceremony. I could remember my father holding a camera in the front row wishing to capture this little achievement of mine which meant the world to him. Since then, I decided that I need to make this life worth living and beat the competition in the market. Belonging to a middle-class family, I knew how many pains my father and mother were taking to make our future bright. I went for commerce in Secondary Schooling years of mine. I knew I had to put my foremost so that I may acquire admission in Delhi University’s North Campus College. I worked till late night hours studying and revising my lessons, I gave regular tests, I didn’t even compromise once. Once you are diligent and dedicated to your ultimate goal, No one can distract you away. I was so much in love with my syllabus that I had even finished the whole thrice by the time my board exam arrived. I remembered I used to study 8-9 hours a day. I was conscious of the fact that “I will attain good results at the end if I put my best now.’ But life is not an easy path to move on, you experience heartbreaks, dejection, and disappointments. I was on my best trail for boards when I suffered from Dengue that too just a few days before my pre-boards. I was in a big trauma. By the time I returned home I grew weaker physically and mentally. In any condition and so I managed to give my exams. But results showed where I lacked and that favorable outcome required more of my time and labor. Though I was disheartened as I had scored 50% marks in math yet others went amazing, but my father had complete faith in me. He got me to join one of his friends who was a math professor for two months. I knew what I was capable of but all I needed was concentration and attention towards my studies at that point in time. I had put all my sweat and blood into my studies. I gave mock tests and trial exams. All of my exams went well after then. I was now eagerly waiting for the results to be out. Once you work passionately in silence, your results make the loudest noise. My results were out and I had scored 94.25%, I was in seventh heaven and so were my parents. I was delighted as it was my Mom’s birthday and she said that she had received her best gift and nothing more could have made her happier than this.
I feel proud when I see my colleagues who are CAs by profession and still call me professionally to resolve their issues at work. I love my work and enjoy doing it. Besides this, I really love to do gym and workout daily. I am a shopaholic. I try my hands-on cooking. I wish to be a woman who is an all-rounder. We then shifted to Banglore and I was appointed as a Senior Tax Analyst in PwC, Bangalore. I keep on refining my vocal skills and techniques until now. I keep myself updated to match the speed of the world. I believe that there is always a scope of improvement however, how much successful you become, you should not stop learning. Learning gives you confidence and the courage to stand out for yourself. It helps in your personal and professional growth . I am also looking forward to an exam in the near future. I am still struggling because I have not attained what I have wished for. This is just the beginning. I won’t call my story a “successful” one until and unless I become the Lady who is capable of handling both the worlds of her~ the office and the house.”