I grew up
following the popular life code ‘Study.
Get a job. Earn lots of money’. I was so convinced by this that I strived to
by-heart books and even became a bookworm. Of late, a realization came to me —
the code of settlement was a cliché.
book, I take you through the real lives of select young engineers. Engineers
who entered their ‘Sphere of Interest’. Engineers
who have stepped aboard to chase their dreams.
haunts an engineer the most in his pursuit of passion, are these questions:
How do I
convince my parents?
What if I fail?
Will I make
What will society say?
protagonists of this book survived these questions. I set out to meet engineers and found myself abundantly amused.
Over a year’s time, I interacted with the one who became a farmer, another
became a cricketer, and so on. “I proudly label them
Priya Dalvi, a
B.E graduate in Information Technology from Goa Engineering College, came to
Pune, hunting for a job. During her tenure in the city, which she now calls her
second home, she discovered the wordsmith in
her. She intensely believes an individual can be happy only if he embarks into
his ‘Sphere of Interest’. It was through this journey of the book, she has
learned Engineering is not just a ‘Degree’ but a ‘Career Builder’. An engineer
can still plunge into a creative domain if not into a job or business.
Priya works for
a software company in Pune. Her journey from a blog to a book is captivating
and she strongly wishes to exhibit nothing is more meaningful than living a
life of choice.