It has been a long two years, but here we are, proud “Masters” of Human Development. I worked really hard to get to this point, but I didn’t do it by myself. Although I topped the class, I owe a huge debt of gratitude to a lot of people.
To my teachers, thank you for so unselfishly sharing you time, talent and knowledge with me. Yes, I know it was your job to do it, but what you did for all of us went beyond the call of duty. You took the time to explain assignments, sometimes repeatedly because we weren’t paying attention. You put in the effort to make lessons more interesting so we
wouldn’t just tune out. You demanded excellence from us whether or not we wanted to give it. You set the bar high and challenged us to live up to it. A very big Thank you to all of you!! Right from my school teachers to my all my college teachers, Koshy ma’am, Archana Ma’am, attaining what I have today, wouldn’t have been possible without you all.
Working as special Educator and Counsellor at Avalon Heights International School