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1 of 3 [Plan in Progress]
The Fabindia School
My father is a businessman/shopkeeper and my mother is a housewife .I had one small brother also who is in 9th standard. My dad are doing alot of hardwork so that I can achieve my goals. My dad works so hard and paying fees of school. They are unable to pay another fees for this life page. I don’t want to force my father to pay for me on this life page. So I want scholarship. I don’t want to stop my study because of any reason. I will do alot of hardwork.
My self Khushi Malviya. I am in 11th standard in Fabindia school , bali. And I want to become a marketing professional. I will do alot of hard work for this. It’s my dream. I had planned that I will do hardwork and definitely get 95% upto in 12th broad exam. And I will apply for admission in Delhi University after 12th. Successfully and surely I will be a big marketing professional.
2 of 3 [Plan in Progress]
Bba 1 St Yr
Vishwavishwani School Of Business
My father is a farmer, my mother a housewife. Ours is a very orthodox family. I have a younger brother.
I was a competent and hardworking student right from my childhood. But being brought up in a conservative family, I was not given the choice of choosing my own career. Everything was decided and planned beforehand. I completed my 10 grade in 2013, my family wanted me to be a doctor, which I'm least interested in. Against my will, they convinced me to take up PCB. Although I wasn't aware of the other career options, I was sure that PCB is something that I didn't want to study even in my dream. Despite not liking what stream I took, I worked to the best of my ability but failed to secure a seat for my MBBS. I thought of exploring other options but then my family didn't let me do, they wanted to see me as a doctor at any cost. They sent me abroad(Kazakhstan), which was the most horrible part of my life. They used to teach subject in kazak language, nor do they have the standards of teaching to match the MCI screening test. I came back to india, I didn't know what to do, I dropped an year and did nothing. Now I'm currently pursuing BBA, and I think this is where I belong. But I have absolutely no idea what lies ahead, I've been through a lot and now I don't want to leave my choice to anyone but me. I hope everything ahead is good.
3 of 3 [Plan Complete]
Scholarship Application of Nani Reddy
My father is a driver, My mother is a housewife and I’m the only child. He struggles a lot for my education.
I’m a typical student studying in a small town with a dream of landing at a job with decent pay and security. I was clueless of the many streams people have to choose from. Between the only 2 choices I have, medicine and engineering, I chose PCM, partly because I’m good with math and mostly bcz I hated biology. But, things became worse when I joined a coaching centre, I made a costly mistake that i regret every day of my life. My parents who themselves are not educated and have no idea about education, somehow joined me into a premier coaching centre. I went to Fiitjee Hyderabad. But as soon as I joined, I realised how coaching works, I’m clueless, I did not have a proper teaching of boards let alone foundation in school. For once I questioned myself if I really want to do engineering. I had no idea what they do, it didn’t seem interesting. I decided that I’m not going to do something for the rest out of my life that i dont’ even have interest or like it. I quit the institute and joined some local school and studied from home. I took commerce. I’m now not going to any school, I stay at home and just give my boards. I have come to know the options that one has after 12, they are plenty and I realised the stupidity of people in general for not even bothering to look at them. i have come across Kapil sir’s video discussing the importance of choosing the right path, Since then, I’m searching for the best option to choose. I don’t want and can’t afford to make any mistake again.
When I read Nani’s application I could completely relate to him. I was myself a PCM student in School and declared in Class XII that I would pursue CA. All my classmates, my family, my friends started treating me like an outcast. I understand why Nani’s parents might sell their kidney to finance his IIT Coaching and why they would think 6,000 is too expensive for a Career Plan. But, this is the right time for Nani, he needs a plan now, hence I decided to sponsor him. LifePage emailed me Nani’s plan and also asked me to connect with him and write this note. 100% transparency! Congratulations – Team LifePage. I just spoke to Nani, he is very intelligent person and is super excited about his Career Plan. He seems to be on a mission to become the world’s best Strategy Consultant. I am amazed at how someone who was so confused merely 10 days ago can transform so much in such a short span. I am truly impressed with what LifePage has achieved with Nani. Thanks Team LifePage and congratulations for your brilliant effort.