Back to Office... er! College!

Another chapter opens in my book. After completing Masters in Pharmacy, I had applied to a wide variety of jobs. I was not able to concentrate on one particular role, and the unharnessed horse that mind was kept wandering from place to place. I traveled quite a lot during the summer months, attending interviews, and finally almost landed up at one job. That job was totally unrelated to my qualification, but I landed there out of passion. The monetary compensation was on the lower side, but I somehow decided to give it a try.

Perhaps, my destiny was not to leave my field this time (both my previous jobs were totally unrelated to my area of specialisation). Hours before I was to join my new job, my profession called me back. I quickly shifted location from Chennai to Bangalore, and took a job that not much in my age bracket to prefer to take up - Teaching! After about three years of being unemployed (I took a break from work to pursue post-graduation), I was back to a job, and back to college!

I took up my new job as an Assistant Professor in a reputed Pharmacy College in Bangalore on May 18, 2012. I was standing in front of my teacher in January this year, and today, I stand in front of my students. It feels awkward when students wish you Good Morning 'sir' when you pass by them - maybe it takes time to get used to it. The job comes with its set of responsibilities - to create a competent generation of pharmacists. The days ahead would be busy with chalks and blackboards - learning many things that I had resisted during my college days. Like someone say, teachers are students for life.. how true!

Comments

vinchel said…
Congrats and wish you all the best....
vinchel said…
Congrats and wish you all the best
rejoy leen said…
all the best Binai...indeed its is a noble profession..enjoy your life in college!
Sunup said…
Congrats and all the best! But though you may now be a bit hard pressed for time, do keep blogging. And also commenting on Team BHP, BCM Touring, IRFCA etc.
Navjyoth Sarma said…
Congrats binai bhai... All the best.. Please do continue bloggin and continue posting in BCM and Team BHP...
dinesh pandian said…
congrats Binai, remember my comment in SSC?. Now you are a professor. Have a great time

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