I am a student in Amity University completing my degree in law. Firstly, itís very embarrassing to write your own autobiography when you didnít achieve anything big in your life. I donít find writing myself so difficult during my early childhood days. I completed my primary and secondary education from JP school from my hometown, Rewari (Hr). In high school, I used to participate in many curricular activities. My early childhood was typical middle class student who only knows that if you want to succeed in life you only have to read books and books. From primary school onwards, I used to work hard and that hard work helps me to maintain my scholarship all through out my school. I have learned, from the very start, the importance of passion, dedication, confidence and time management. I am very interested in law since childhood. One day, I saw a police officer who was screaming on a poor lady without any reason. On that day, I felt everyone should have basic knowledge of law. When I was growing up, I used to watch cricket match. Cricket and scrolling news all day are one of my favourite hobbies. My father is a reputable business man in our community. My mother is a house wife. They both love their profession. Thatís I have learned from my parents. I am calling my mother a professional as working whole day is one of the toughest job. My parents always support me in every phase of my life. My family, especially my father, has been the much source of encouragement and motivation for me. That is why I myself a truly self inspired, strengthened and dedicated fellow today. My parents are one of the greatest blessing god ever gave to me. I also have one elder sister. I am always mature for my age. I had lot of people who invested in me.
After schooling, I shifted to New Delhi for my college. Experience in my law college is one of my best days anyone can have. Moot courts always appealed me. I have done internship in 3 law firms. During internship in law firms.