“A good teacher is like a candle – it consumes itself to light the way for others.” –Mustafa Kemal Ataturk
Starting on this note it's well said that teachers are the ones who consume their energy, knowledge and time to mould the student's life into a better tomorrow. They are the ones who are never expecting anything for themselves rather than good wishes and a bright future for us. Even I’m lucky to get an inspirational mentor in the form of my teacher as MR. PARIKSHIT PACHORKAR SIR and MR.TANMAY KULKARNI SIR. I feel blessed I’m under their guidance since I joined my MBA journey the most important part of my life. I’m blessed to get teachers in the form of my parents then comes to our school teachers making our way much easier to enter the world of great competition and struggle by preparing us with all the basics that we require to survive. But as of now when I’m at the final stage of my life where I’ll be ending my education and will be starting off with my career I’m blessed to have my back from teachers and mentors as MR. PARIKSHIT PACHORKAR SIR and MR.TANMAY KULKARNI SIR. Letting know about them,
- MR. PARIKSHIT PACHORKAR SIR:
He is one of the calmest and most down-to-earth teachers I have ever met in my entire life. Sir is the one who has the most experience and knowledge and himself still be the last person to show it off. Sir has always been guiding me since I met him, personally, I have learnt so much from him either in terms of subject knowledge or overcoming various difficulties in my student life, he was one of the people I can simply go to and get any piece of advice in very unbiased manner.
Valuable advice: “Jack of all trades, master of at least one” means, you should be having knowledge in several domains and at the same time should be a master in one of them to be more successful in your life.
- MR. TANMAY KULKARNI SIR:
He is one of the “most chill’’ people I have ever met in my life. Whenever I’m in any kind of situation and I need any kind of help, he is always stood for me. He is the most approachable person I know on campus. Why I described him as the “most chill’’ because he has this very straightforward kind of attitude which I feel like I lack somewhere when it comes to saying no to somebody. Sir has always guided me to be the best version of myself. There have always been ups and down in my MBA journey and I have always had his guidance in overcoming them with ease.
Valuable advice: Make yourself tough and strong for the real world. You may not be always treated well so better to make yourself tough to overcome them.
M Kiran Pilla, Sandip University