“I did my engineering for 5 years as I was a dropped out teen due to various outlandish motivations.
During my first year at a very renowned college in Chennai, I, along with a few of my batchmates, was slowly pushed out of the college, concerning the local politics in the college. The college did not allow me to attempt my lab exams and that marked an arrear on my sheet.
Being a very studious and diligent kid, I always scored well in my school and expected to be the same in my college as well.
The unfortunate situation made me shift my college from Chennai to Erode. Sadly, it was highly challenging for me to endure the pain that I wasn’t allowed inside the college for no mistake that I caused.
Being successful is one of the desires of all of us. It does not matter whether the concerned person is a child, youth or the old aged, at each and every stage of our wide life span, it is our inbuilt desire to be successful and proceed forward consistently towards more massive success.
If in case, it does not happen, humans get frustrated and finally get deeper inside the darkness of inferiority. Such was my situation then, but the moment I joined my second college, I was determined to reach the pinnacle. However, that fire made me become the ‘best outgoing student’ of the year.
I, then, did my Masters in Electronics in Germany. After successful completion of my education, I got a chance to work with some of the top German firms like Volkswagen, Seimens, and a few corporates.
After a couple of years, I (with my team) formed BitsCrunch, a Blockchain Analytics firm, in Germany.
It’s not easy to establish a company in Germany, being a non-native person. The world is infested with the discriminated mind, holding different criteria to categorize people, especially, based on their race, religion, language and so on.
Success always looks ahead of the silly excuses and puts itself forward than the created misconceptions.
I decided to eliminate all the misapprehensions and so, employed talented people, irrespective of the above-mentioned artificial categories.
Life traces your weaknesses and it makes sure you become strong in them. So, everything is a trial and error – without caring about winning or losing, it’s always much more better to give it a try. And I’m sure, if done with full efforts, you’ll own your pleasure”