Amitha Prabhu

A Step Towards My Dream

Amitha Prabhu - Intern at The Financial Doctors

Amitha Prabhu

It all started when I was 16 years old. The results were in my hand and the dilemma of choices in my mind but everyone around me were like “Beta, it’s the turning point of your life. What’s your next course of action?” Being in the Indian society, it was a myth that all the toppers would take up science and the rest who didn’t fall into that group eventually took commerce. But there was something from the inside of me which told me I wanted to do commerce and listening to that thought actually still makes me happy and proud of what I’m doing now too. Then came in the phase of my 12th Boards and I excelled there as well. But what’s next? Well, I surely knew that I wanted to be my own boss and at this point needed the right amount of exposure and networking. The first thing that hit me was Christ University and I still don’t regret this decision of mine too. The first two years of Christ groomed and taught me how I could grab all the opportunities I have but the inner me was always much eager to learn something new every day. I fairly had bookish knowledge of the stock exchanges and the indexes but never found the right place or the right person to teach me about it. Thus, I’m here at The Financial Doctors to know it, face it and get mastered at the art of investing. The two years of college has given me a rough idea how to become extraordinary from merely being ordinary with just not learning the art of anything but mastering it, this would not only make me an all-rounder but would also make me stand unique and out of the crowd, one funda that would make me leave a mark in the world.

- Amitha Prabhu

(Christ University, Bengaluru)


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