One of my Student’s Question Changed My Life

“What do you want to be when you grow up?” This is a common question teachers asks students. I am also one such teacher, happily teaching Mathematics, Science and here and there some motivational stories to my students years ago.

17 years ago, I got a question that changed my life. This question is from a student of a class I teach.

In customary Indian schools (in rural), it is a frantic moment for the student to ask a question to teachers outside subject. Yet, one of my student gathered his courage to ask a question which…

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Ramesh Nelluri

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Data Engineering Architect cherish data and solutions using innovative tech trends and coaches IT aspirants in Programming, Design and Architecture

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