Down the memory lane

It start with this………….

On 10th of June 1989 a boy was born to the Atale’s. The whole family was happy for the third child of the house (second of the nuclear family) . No prize for guessing the child was named Mohit.

My childhood had been plagued by getting lost for numerous times. The first time I got lost it was in my native place when I was barely 2 years old. I was following my aunt without her knowledge but when did she disappeared in the market only God knew about it. Fortunately my fathers friend spotted me crying and he informed my worrying relatives. Later in the same year I again got lost this time in a marriage ceremony of a relative. I was also lost when I was 14 years old.

Apart from this my childhood went like any normal child. I doesn’t remember much of my school days except the first day of my school when I cried a lot.

As a student I was not at all bad at studies till I was in fourth standard scoring above 85%. But after that God knows what happened my percentages dipped to 60 and my parents started getting some complaints about my behavior (even fighting in a class). But that was my fifth standard. My sixth std. went really smoothly my marks again climbing to 70’s. In the seventh I again started getting to the wrong side of my teachers and my percentages again dipping in the 60’s. After that I really struggled to get in the 70’s. Comparatively my 8th and 9th std. went really smoothly.

The most cherished year of my school was my last year i.e. tenth std. when I got closer to my friends though it was the year when I failed in my algebra examination for the first time in my life. It was difficult to control myself at that time though it was easy to cope afterwards when I started failing in my twelfth std. regularly. But that was a one off disappointment of that year as I scored 78% in my board examination.

My junior college life was a very big disappointment for my parents than me as my marks really dipped to fifties and my father was always furious over these marks as he himself is a professor teaching in the same college (he taught commerce students while I was in science stream). In my twelfth I even started failing as I mentioned it earlier. However I was able to score 68% in my board examination.

In the vacations after my twelfth standard I was really busy giving various entrance examinations. My father wanted at least one of us brothers to become a doctor and since my elder brother took admission in an engineering institute he wanted me to fulfill his dreams. While I wanted to become an engineer. So here I was giving all engineering and medical entrance examination existing at central and Maharashtra (my state) level. However when results arrived everyone close to me were disappointed with my marks. As I scored 32 in AIEEE, 34 in JEE, 83 in my state level CET(engg.) ,115 in BITSAT and 114 in the CET of some unaided institutes of my state. However this disappointment didn’t last really long as I got admission in Yadavrao Tasgaonkar Institute of Engineering and Technology in electrical engineering(yeah its my choice).

As of now I am enjoying my college life and the story continues………………………………………..

I am really thankfull for taking out your precious time and reading such a loooonnnnnnnngggggggggggggggg story.


Not really update but its more than 4 years I have updated this section I hope to update it soon.



3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Angad Sodhi
    Oct 19, 2007 @ 21:55:37

    I’ve known you since our school days n you were never that bad at studies and school syllabus never really matters. What matters is that you are a very good person.

    You have a good future ahead of you.
    \m/ Cheers, you rock!! \m/


  2. Naveen Nainegali
    Dec 13, 2007 @ 19:00:10

    Meet Me… If u really like writing i can provide u with more oppurtunities.. trust me u ‘ll do good.. Or may be u ‘ll start doing good.


  3. flash
    Jan 08, 2008 @ 22:44:08

    hey Naveen….I too would be happy to meet you. But you didn’t mentiond how to meet you? Awaiting your reply………..


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