When I look back over my career of 26 years, I realise that there wasn’t a single thing that happened as planned.
I took some decisions that seemed right at those times and held on to them with patience and perseverance. In fact, I had always aspired to be a doctor. But, a series of personal setbacks, brought me to SNDT.There again, I chose nutrition as my major because I wasn’t good at any other subject like textiles, home management, etc. Nutrition, especially working in hospitals gave me an immense sense of satisfaction. I cleared my RD examination against all odds-marriage, full time work and 9 month old baby! But as the all other medical fraternities, this profession pays a pittance and after sometime also becomes repetitive.