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Analysis of 'Ozymandias' by Percy Bysshe Shelley
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Nina Modak
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Analysis of 'Ozymandias' by Percy Bysshe Shelley
The Basic Principles of (Prose) Literature
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Nina Modak
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The Basic Principles of (Prose) Literature
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Tan Sattiraju

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Will to Learn and Strive to Grow

I have always been a tech geek and wanted to take up Computer Science after 12th. But, I took a liking to Biology in 10th and decided to change schools, dropping Mathematics as a subject. I slogged my behind off for 2 years to try to get into MBBS, didn't get through. Now that I had given up maths, Computer Science wasn't a choice anymore. I realized I wasn't actually interested in MBBS, it just seemed like the obvious choice for Biology aspirants. I was stuck between the rock and a hard place. So, I decided to pivot my career into applied sciences. Because I had recognized Biology was my curiosity and not my passion. Picking Forensic Science for my Undergraduate Degree. Here, I understood that I had a knack for problem-solving, but not math-related. The tech geek in me steered into the field of Digital Forensics, learning a thing or two. Then I stumbled onto the. very niche, field of intelligence. Taught myself OSINT & HUMINT to build the skill set of an analyst, and networked with ex-Military Intelligence Analysts. Parallel to this, seeing how I struggled with my career choices, I started an initiative called Conquering Mindset where I am building a healthy environment for youngsters to support each other and discuss these topics. With a modest amount of followers, around 500 collectively, the community is slowly growing. I conduct seminars on Personal Development, Career Choices, and Digital Safety every alternate Sunday. Informing and helping the audience improve themselves and spreading awareness. Safe to say that I don't regret pivoting my career. 🙌

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