I am currently enrolled in Presidency University's School of Law's BBA LLB (Hons) 2nd Year programme. I am from Hyderabad and have relocated to a new place in search of fresh possibilities and challenges in pursuit of my ambition. I wanted to begin my undergraduate studies in a new place, surrounded by new people.
My entire first year was completed online, so I didn't get to experience what it's like to be a law student. I had always been an introvert in school, with stage fear and a dread of speaking up in class, so I thought I needed to change, and so from the first day of my law school be it was I began to answer in class, mingle with people, and step outside of my comfort zone. I could feel myself evolving into a better version of myself. I'm working to conquer my stage fear, and I noticed a difference when I started taking offline classes.
I've been taking offline classes for two months now, and I've met new people from different cities and cultures. If I had been in my own town, I would not have been able to witness this. Being away from family was difficult, but it was a turning point in my life because it taught me to be more self-reliant, responsible, and hardworking.
I owe a great debt of gratitude to one of my professors, who is responsible for such a transformation in my life. She has always inspired me and ensured that I was never alone during my difficult moments. She supports me in all facets of my life and acts as my backbone. Apart from her, I was able to learn from the other professors, who took the effort to clear all of my doubts with patience.