Bokaro: In an effort to help students break the stigma and understand the importance of exploring myriad opportunities to develop holistically, a ‘Guest Speaker Program’ was organized for the students of class 11. Trisha Shreyashi, a 2016 alumnus of DPS Bokaro and an aspiring lawyer discussed the need to explore varied avenues for career growth as well as professional satisfaction.
Having completed her B.A. and LL.B. Trisha was recognized as the Emerging Counsel of the Year (Commercial Litigation), 2021 at the 10th Annual International Conference on Law & Policy Issues, titled 72nd Constitution Day at the Constitution Club, New Delhi. She is a member at the Advisory Council of Harvard Business Review, Harvard University at Massachusetts, America. She has recently joined the famed Academic Panel of Cambridge University Press, London.
Through her invigorating words, Trisha helped the students realize they all have their own personal benchmarks, but have to discipline themselves in order to gain a clearer understanding of life. Her presentation focused mainly on the knowledge of duties and rights with which we can always speak up. In addition, she stressed the importance of continual learning, awareness of the contemporary world, and a strong perspective that can be developed with practice and passion.
Nostalgic about the time she spent in school, Trisha said, ” I am deeply humbled to have given this opportunity to interact with the students of my own school which offered me the opportunity to try out every sphere, get the difference between right and wrong, understand and accept various perspectives and most importantly never to give into the situations but to understand it as a third party while being an active party to it and handle the situation. This is where I have learnt real life skills.”
The programme concluded with an interactive session wherein children put forward their queries and Trisha pacified them.
Principal, DPS Bokaro, A. S. Gangwar said that it is indeed overwhelming to see our students emerge successful in their chosen fields. “Always remember that no dream is too big. You must have faith in the power of your dreams and be ready to take the risk to make them true”, he added.