The SARC blog is a platform for students and alumni to share their thoughts, ideas and memories. We don’t have a defined structure for the blog and prefer to keep it as an open canvas for creativity. Please contact the team if you wish to contribute to the blog. We would love to hear from you!

Team SARC

The SARC blog is a platform for students and alumni to share their thoughts, ideas and memories. We don’t have a defined structure for the blog and prefer to keep it as an open canvas for creativity. Please contact the team if you wish to contribute to the blog. We would love to hear from you!

Team SARC


 4 min
 May 1, 2019

A Brain to Pick, an Ear to Listen, and a Push in the Right Direction

 

Since long the journey had begun, although the first leg was difficult, really! but I knew I had to do it, get started. The trail was obvious, I knew the right thing, most of the time, NOT ANY MORE…

 

Now I am standing at the crossroads, don't know which way to go. So I have to make a decision. Aah! it's not the first time, I've made decisions before. How do we make a decision, we consider a choice and evaluate it on certain parameters. So what are the parameters here? Not very obvious, is it? so in order to jot down the parameters, I need to know the objective. The most obvious thing at this point seems to reach the destination. Ideally, there's only one destination but this isn't an ideal world, there are multiple destinations, multiple goals, loads of aspirations. What I want, where I am supposed to go, how I am supposed to do it, Oh I am confused!!!

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>OBLIVION<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

 

This isn't a story, it's a thought and we will call it ‘Divergence’ as it ends in total oblivion. We can come only this much without losing most of you all. Now, further, on the way, I'll tweak this a bit. Some of you already know what's the right thing for you, although most of you would be rather wrong or only guessing. The smarter ones will turn to help, ask for guidance, to whom? Maybe the ones further along the path, who have made their decisions earlier and have established from their experience how right or wrong they were. EXPERIENCE, which way better to evaluate. Sounds familiar, of course, it does. You knew the answer even before you started reading. Well, now I hope you're more certain of it.

 

As part of the Alumni Student Mentorship Program, we cater more than 700 students every year, help them reach out to the person who can, guide them, help them make these decisions, an ALUMNUS/ex-student.  So now you know if you need an alumni mentor or otherwise. The program run in 2 phases, one during the fall and the other in the spring. Keep an eye for the registration next semester. Reach us out,

We wish you the best, ALWAYS

 

“It was a wonderful experience to gain some insight about how the industry works. Mentors have a vast experience regarding the various horizons which can serve as guidance to the mentees and it proves to be helpful to make well-informed decisions while sailing unknown territories in the career paths.”

 

                                                 _An ASMP Mentee

 



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