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I am Parth Agarwal and I joined CHIREC when in the 5th grade, completing 7 years in this school. CHIREC has helped me become what I am today and I would have it no other way. From being a Prefect and the director of the Interact Club to becoming the President of the Interact Club and finally becoming the Head Boy, I have definitely come a long way. The opportunities that came my way helped me understand myself better, helped me express my talents. From being a young confused 5th grader, I have grown into a confident, knowledgeable and determined 12th grader. I learnt to break out from my shell and see the world as my canvas; I learnt the leadership qualities that are helping me in any corner of my life. The school gave me the opportunities to bring my ideas to the table and help organize various events that I grew up participating in. The school has been an integral and inseparable part of me since day one. I can never forget all the memories that I have made and the things that I have accomplished because of CHIREC.

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I, Siddharth Tripurani, have been a proud student of CHIREC International School for 7 years and I believe I have grown a lot as a person. Currently serving as the Head Boy of the International Section, I was able to partake in basketball competitions, debate meets, and play music in the morning assembly, thanks to CHIREC for providing me the opportunities. I’m extremely passionate about graphic designing and have made the designs for numerous school events. I plan to do justice to my position with my last year in this school and look forward to keeping the student community happy.

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I am K. Venkat Raman, Vice Principal of the International Section, CHIREC. It’s been a journey of 19 years for me with CHIREC and it’s like my second home. I was promoted to Programme Coordinator, Coordinator for classes IX TO XII, Head Master and now I am the Vice Principal of the International section. Teaching is my passion and I have been enjoying every bit of it for all these years.
I have been associated with all the students of CHIREC ever since the first batch of CHIREC passed out in 2001. I have learned a lot from each one of them. I enjoyed every bit of classroom interactions, playing Volleyball with them, Inter House Competitions, Excursions, etc. Every moment is special in one way or the other. No child is bad or an underperformer. It all depends on how best we mould them. I feel rewarded when the students extend their gratitude by sending messages that I could make a difference in their lives. It makes me feel very proud and honoured to hear that every single child, who passed out from CHIREC, is doing well.
There are so many people, who have influenced me and supported me. Some of them include Ms. Ratna Reddy, Ms. Manaswitha, Ms. Ramani, Ms. Ragini Suri, Ms. Tara, Mr. Masud Ali, Ms. Rajalaxmi, Ms. Iffat Ibrahim, & Mr. Sharma. One person who stands out is Ms. Ratna Reddy, who believed in me that I can reach this far. There is a saying “Perfection is not attainable, but if we chase perfection, we can reach excellence”. Ms. Ratna not only practices this but influences us for which the results are here to prove. I am lucky to have a family, who stands by me and supports me without whom managing this far would not have been possible. My brothers, sisters, my school, childhood friends and college-mates have been of great help and support all through these years.

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I remember my first day at CHIREC: The induction period, the tradition of total staff gathering, the Directors Address, and the introduction of the new staff members. The mic is passed around and arrives in my hands. My voice suddenly boomed, “Hellow! Everybody, I’m Susan Bird. I’m no sparrow. I’m an Albatross.”

Heads turned, eyes rolled, ears flapped. Truly, I’m not small made, and my new colleagues could see that. It’s been six years now, and my journey here at CHIREC has been swift, remarkable and fulfilling. From Classroom Teacher, to Middle School Incharge, to Secondary School Head Mistress, the school built me. It put me in a box, and I outgrew it, so every year, I was put in a new box with a new label, and now I’m in a box that fits all sizes!

Understanding CHIREC and all its stakeholders took time; not surprisingly, while I was coming to understand others, they were coming to understand me as well, so very soon I came to feel that I had become CHIREC. It’s philosophy, it’s practices, it’s quality consciousness, it’s compassion, it’s progress, it’s climb, all became my work nature.

At this point in time, when I look back on my 20 year teaching career, I feel boastful about my stint here. It has been so enriching. Professionally, I am tempered to fit the 21st century teaching community; emotionally, I am balanced; economically, I have sufficiency; temperamentally, I am funny and straight forward. To my colleagues, I seek to be a strong pillar; to the support staff, I m a friend; and to the students, I’m humorous, blunt and direct, and always try to remain the reasonable one. We share space with the present generation. They look up to us and we look up to them and we’re running the race together in the scenario of changing needs and demands. No losers, no winners, all survivors, who are better humans and more enterprising. At CHIREC when change is seen in the horizon, we pick up our baggage and embrace it.

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My name is V.K.L.T Katyayini , I teach Fashion Studies. I joined CHIREC in 2004, I graduated from Masters in Apparel and Textiles. I enjoy reading books, listening to music, doing embroidery and designing dresses. Before joining CHIREC, for 12 years I worked in Acharya N.G. Ranga Agricultural University as faculty in Indian Council of Agricultural Research – All India Cooperated Research Project. I organise fashion shows for the students of Fashion Studies to showcase their designs. Also, I coordinate for workshops and internships CHIREC students of Fashion Studies have been placed in world ’s top universities such as London college of Fashion, Parsons College of Design, New York and National Institute of Fashion Technology.
My best moments at CHIREC are when I was recognized for my contributions. I am proud of my contributions toward placing CHIREC as a top CBSE school for Fashion Studies students achieved 100 percentage pass rate in Grade XII AISSCE Examination consecutively from 2012 to 2016. All my class X graders, batch of 2012, attended the Alumni meet and surprised me by recalling their memories. Proud moments for me are when my students keep in touch with me and inform about their achievements and take my suggestions for their projects and start-ups.
CHIREC is a place for continuous learning, both for students and teachers. It seems as if only yesterday I started my journey at CHIREC but it is already 13 years. I feel proud to be a part of CHIREC community which supports and provides opportunities to teachers to grow professionally as well as an individual. Also CHIREC’s contributions towards community service and responsibility towards eco-friendliness is appreciable.

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I am Leena Rao, Headmistress Cambridge Primary. I have been in CHIREC since June 2003. The 13-year journey at CHIREC has been an enriching experience! I started as the class teacher for Grade 1 in CBSE curriculum, taught the first batch of Stage 1 for Cambridge curriculum, moved to teaching Stage 4, worked as Primary Wing Coordinator and taught Science to Stage 6. Eventually in the year 2014, I took up the role of Cambridge Primary Headmistress and am thoroughly enjoying it. A teacher affects eternity; he/she can never say when the influence stops, this quote by Henry Adams has had a long lasting effect on me. I realized that the profession of teaching is where you are able to give the greatest gifts to children – the roots of responsibility and wings of independence. The most rewarding aspect of my job is that I am able to contribute towards grooming the students in the age groups of 5-10 to become confident, inquisitive, caring and responsible kids.

The factor that sets CHIREC apart from other schools is that it provides the right learning environment both for students and the teachers. The work environment is very encouraging. I feel that for teachers who are committed to their profession, CHIREC is the right place. One of the best compliments that I have received is once when after a presentation to parents, a few of them told me that their kids consider me as their role model and look for my appreciation which motivates them. An incident that I will never forget is when I used to teach Stage 4 The entire class presented me a scrap book that had each student writing a page about me and it was so gratifying to note that I was able to have a positive influence on each of them. The book is something which I will always cherish. I like spending quality time with people whom I care for, watching funny movies, listening to music, traveling and with friends catching up.

I have completed my education in Hyderabad and have visited many places in India, owing to my husband being an army officer. My journeys abroad have been an enriching experience, I traveled to Boston for the first teacher exchange Program between CHIREC and Thayer Academy, in 2009; to Cambridge Conference at Singapore in 2013 and to Cambridge in 2016 for a training program for Cambridge Primary Global Perspectives Pilot Program. My children are my source of happiness and my family is my pillar of strength!

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Hi, I am Snehalatha and I have been a part of CHIREC for 5 years now. I hold a bachelor’s degree in Education and have completed my M.Sc in Geology. I was appointed as an Internal-Auditor for Academics in 2013, a first of its kind role made to ensure quality in education. CHIREC believes that students and staff are like two eyes of the organization and has given me an opportunity to be a life-long learner. I was registered to the Cambridge International Certificate for Teaching and Learning through school and faired with Distinction. I was able to extend this learning into an award-winning opportunity for the International School Award, which also led to a successful student exchange program between Mauritius and India. I can confidently say that CHIREC gives you an opportunity to engage, explore, and achieve laurels for yourself and the school collectively. It had been a fruitful journey of five glorious years at CHIREC and I am grateful to this institution for providing me with opportunities to exhibit my knowledge and grow as an educator, facilitator, and guide for my students. #PeopleofCHIREC

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I love the following quote which states So often you find that the students you are trying to inspire are the ones that end up inspiring you.
Hi! I am Mrs. Swapna Kannedi, working as a Middle wing coordinator in CHIREC International. The long journey at CHIREC has given me a mountain of experiences, invaluable growth in terms of a person and a teacher and above all, a deep satisfaction that I would cherish all my life.
I started off as a primary teacher in CBSE, learnt a lot of skills and enjoyed the experience of building young minds who shower unconditional love on you and exhibit unexplainable trust. When we started the first batch of CIE, it was a challenge but in a year’s time we could crack the primary checkpoint and it was a feeling of achievement for the students and the staff and also of an approval that we were on the right track.

Two years down the line I was moved to the middle wing as a coordinator. If primary students teach you to be patient and loving, the middle school students teach you to accept questions of all kinds, to respect in order to be respected and be open minded. As they say teaching middle school is an adventure, not a job. Yes, the adventure is still continuing.

I had been teaching science to these students and the rapport I build with my students is something I love and probably will build on this skill, to know and understand them better. I am presently teaching biology for stage 9.

The best part of being a teacher is when the students who have left school tell you how happy they were in your class and the role you had played in building their skills in life. I live with my very supportive.

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Hi, I am Kavita Mehta, Incharge of Gachibowli Campus. I have completed a year at CHIREC and truth be told, it has been a roller coaster ride for me. When I had joined this school, I was made the Incharge of the Admin department. After three months, the Director of CHIREC, Ms. Ratna Reddy, showed her confidence in me and made me the overall Incharge of Gachibowli campus. After successfully receiving my bachelor’s degree from Jesus and Mary College, Delhi, I further studied Bachelor’s in Applied Arts from Delhi College of Art, New Delhi. I then pursued Nursery Teachers Training from Indira Gandhi National Open University, Delhi, followed by a diploma course in Early Childhood Education from Hibernia College, UK. I also completed a Certified Hospitality Educator course from American Hotels & Lodging Educational Institute, USA. After working as a teacher with reputed organizations including Kids Central Cambridge International School and Indus Early Learning Center in Chennai, I joined SRM – Sri Ramaswamy Memorial University as a Training Consultant and a Senior Lecturer and was also an External Examiner. With brilliant facilities such as interactive boards for students, well set-up libraries, a transport system in place and delicious lunch, CHIREC International School remains on top for me. It has a systematic platform in place which monitors everything very closely. I have always embraced challenges as it not only makes me more confident but also prepares me for any hurdles in life. People at CHIREC have made my journey quite smooth with their constant motivation and encouragement. I would especially like to mention Ms. Ratna Reddy, Ms. Iffat Ibrahim and Ms. Ramani Ysv who guided me at every step and with their support, I could sail through here. Last year during summer vacation, I conducted the Personality Development Program for teachers of Gachibowli Campus. I am still learning and inculcating new skills every day at school. At CHIREC, instead of doubting your caliber, they appreciate your efforts and give you the responsibility to channelize your skills. Since I was closely connected to the hospitality industry, I always enjoyed a systematic way of working. So, when I came here for the interview, I was very fascinated with its well planned and structured environment. I don’t consider this as my workplace, it’s my second home and I sincerely look forward to doing my best for the growth of CHIREC

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I am Anita K.V. and I joined CHIREC in 1992. It has been a long and pleasurable journey for the past 24 years as a pre-primary teacher. I have taught Nursery, PPI and PPII classes and taken part in summer camps too. I am delighted to teach students their first English letters and introduce them to counting numbers. In the beginning, I was only a bird in the nest and CHIREC has taught me to fly beyond my horizons. With the changes in educational trends, I too have grown and adapted well, with great spirit, to the new ways of teaching and learning. To my students through the years, I love them all, with their bubbling smiles. Their smiles have taken me great distances and I continue to feel inspired and young at heart. Many students still remember me as their first teacher which gives me a rewarding and unforgettable experience. I am very happy that my kids from all these years are doing well in their studies.

When I recall some of my tiny tots, I remember Nabeelah who used to always hold my pallu. She was a student in my first batch and now she is a doctor. I still remember Karthikeya who used to say, If you don t come to school, I don t come to school. He is pursuing Engineering course now. Samarthwadva used to be my speaker in topic presentations. Sruthi Srnivasan who hid my things, and Kriti Srinivasan who only wanted me to look at her while narrating stories or else she would cry! I also remember Shresht and Deepali and their sweet voices, giggling Laila and Angad who used to say I am a Superman. My most favorite students Teju, Deekshita, Dharmin, Ravi, Laya,Trinadh and Rajeev were so fond of me. I also remember Arjun who always wanted me to sit beside him, and Gautham (who is also left handed) used to say “you and me are same” and Prachi Nagpal who cheered the class. I have mentioned only a few, there are many more kids whose lovely actions and words are still engrossed in my mind.

CHIREC has been an experience of a lifetime and whenever I see my cheerful students each morning I’m still mesmerised!

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I Sujatha. K joined CHIREC in the year 1991. I was a fresh trainee of Preschool. Ratna Ma am gave me an opportunity to teach PPII class. I was a bit nervous in the beginning to teach little children. With Madam s support and encouragement, I was able to handle the class confidently. CHIREC gave me the platform to be a confident, strong and to face the world no matter whatever comes your way. CHIREC has made me a strong lady. It is unbelievable that I have been in association with the school for 25 yrs. It gives me immense pleasure when children come to me and say Ma am, You was our PP teacher please come to us in the higher classes too, we love you Ma am! I still remember one student Harshvardhan whom I taught him PPII came back after 10 years and tells me that I still remember you Ma am how much care and love who showered on us. Sarvesh another student visits the school makes it a point to meet me. It really gives me happiness and pleasure when the students come back and say Ma am we always remember you as our first teacher.

I always loved teaching the little children and listening to their innocent talks. It gives me immense pleasure and happiness when people say You have been in school for 25yrs.

My association with CHIREC has been for 25 years and would like to serve still beyond. Teaching is my passion specially Pre-Primary classes. It gives me immense pleasure, joy and happiness working at CHIREC.

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Being born and brought up in Hyderabad, I m a proud Hyderabadi. I ve not travelled much, but I feel this city is the place to live in.
In Hyderabad, apart from my home, the other place that I ve spent maximum time would be at CHIREC.

This is my second innings at CHIREC. The first time when I went through the interview at CHIREC (in 2003) it was a 2-day grilling process(phew). This time around the entry was so smooth that it’s like I ve never been out of CHIREC

Worth mentioning here, that my son was with me, during my first tenure. He has such fond memories of CHIREC, that in spite of being in Class 12, he wishes that he was here than anywhere else.

As a teacher and a team leader, I know that CHIREC is a task master. It sets high goals for the teachers but handholds them to achieve these Goals. For a person who is driven and dedicated towards Goal setting and achievement, CHIREC is the right place since opportunities are aplenty.
Speaking Personally, I have been constantly encouraged and mentored by my employer Mrs .Ratna Reddy to take up new and challenging roles and responsibilities, constantly engaging me for higher goal setting.

One person that I cannot forget, whose association I cherish in chirec is Mrs.Ratna Kumari. She was a very witty and humorous person and the one instrumental in bringing me back to CHIREC. -Cinymol Muralidhar

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My name is Shirisha Kondury and I joined CHIREC International School as a Mathematics teacher and assistant IBDP coordinator. I am an engineer by qualification with a Masters in Electrical Engineering from University of Cincinnati but by profession and by passion I have always been a teacher. High school teaching has particularly interested me because teaching at this stage becomes more of discussion, investigation and research where I am both a teacher and a learner. I am always in the company of bright, enthusiastic and energetic minds who inspire me to challenge myself and learn more everyday.
At CHIREC, students show great responsibility in their learning, they do not assume that the teacher needs to tell them everything and needs to give them an answer for every question they have. They rather feel they should partner with the teacher in their quest for knowledge. When I teach in class, I feel encouraged to teach more because my students show the curiosity to learn more. My colleagues are very warm and welcoming, who believe in supporting each other and in collaborating effectively.
I look forward to spending more meaningful years at CHIREC and add value to their existing system with new ideas, improved program delivery and make it a place where teachers love to teach and students love to learn.
I am also a parent of the Cambridge school where my son studies in middle school. I am as happy with the school as a parent as I am as a teacher. My son says he likes the school because students are very open minded and accepting and teachers are supportive. I feel like I cannot ask for more.

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I am Manju Sharma, Head of the Hindi Department at CHIREC. I still remember the day I was at my radio recording when I was introduced to CHIREC. I applied and soon enough I was part of the CHIREC team and from that day on to today, I am grateful to CHIREC for providing me with opportunities to exhibit my knowledge and grow as an educator, facilitator and guide for my students.

I thoroughly enjoy every responsibility given to me by the school including my classes, class observation, magazine work, conducting workshops for teachers, organizing a special assembly, and checking lesson plans.

Working as teacher is as demanding as it is stimulating. Balancing between my role as a teacher and HOD is tough but a satisfying challenge to have overcome. I graduated from Jaipur University. My favorite hobby is reading and I enjoy reading Hindi literature and books like Shrinkhla Ki Kadiya and Chitraleka. I haven’t traveled much apart from Banaras, Rajasthan, Chennai, Mumbai and now in Telengana. My Guru, Prof Rishabh Dro Sharma is my role model as he inspired and motivated me a lot. I started teaching right from my college days and my journey has brought me to CHIREC. My fondest memory is when I received my Ph.D degree. I beam with pride when I see the textbooks I’ve authored are used in schools. The grammar textbook currently used at CHIREC is my hard work too. These may be little milestones, but the joy of teaching just pushes me forward to achieve greater milestones in life. Teaching at CHIREC is both rewarding and motivating. The fun which I have with my students in the classes is immeasurable. I would like to think that the love we have is mutual as the the kids have awarded me titles like: ‘Dedicated Teacher’ and ‘Pretty Lady’.

People always ask me, why learn Hindi in a time where other languages are fast catching up in the nation. I have always believed that learning Hindi is as helpful as learning any other language in the world. There are so many untapped resources of employment out there that are waiting to be utilized by educated young individuals who are familiar with Hindi, be it in India or abroad. The richness of the Hindi vocabulary cannot be matched by most foreign languages. And in these modern days, the world is interested to learn the culture of India and the Hindi language.

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I am Rani Somayaji, this is the beginning of my 13thyear of working at CHIREC INTERNATIONAL. I joined the CHIREC family in 2006. Chirec proved to be the beginning of a new chapter of my life- as a teacher. I enjoy working with the staff as well as those in the administration because everyone is willing to work together for the best interests of the students. I also enjoy supporting students at Sporting events, Cultural events, Model United Nations and in various other competitions. There is nothing better than seeing the excitement in the students’ eyes when they win awards for different competitions and events. I plan on spending more years teaching and supporting the students at CHIREC and watching the students grow into successful individuals. We are a team here at CHIREC INTERNATIONAL. I cannot be successful without the support of my teammates. We face many challenges daily, and we do it as a team. My job is different every day, but each day I know I am serving my students and supporting my teammates. I make a difference each day, and I like the way that feels! One of the things that continues to impress me is that the students at CHIREC are courteous, respectful and fun-loving. They not only are looking for a positive educational experience, but an overall living experience. This atmosphere challenges me to put forth my best efforts in order to help provide a well rounded learning experience for "our kids". When people ask me where I work, I state with pride and joy, "I work for CHIREC INTERNATIONAL.”

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I am Muralidhar Narra, Finance Manager. I have been at CHIREC for sixteen years, and it has been a great experience. The journey has been so productive and engaging that it is hard to believe that it has been that long.

Before my time with CHIREC, my learning years comprised of Pre-Graduation studies at Vijayawada and Post-Graduation at Kurnool. This was followed by CA Articleship at Madras. I also completed a degree in MBA Finance.

Prior to joining CHIREC I worked in various places at different levels in areas of Accounting and Finance. As I was interested in the field of Education, I explored areas where I would make my contribution in the field and so I travelled to various places like Singapore and learnt more about commercial activities in the field of Education.

When I joined as a Accounts Manager, we worked manually on all accounting transactions. Eventually we implemented technology in the accounting system and streamlined all statutory payments. And today with the support of our team all our transactions and systems are maintained in house without any need for out-sourcing. This wouldn t have possible without motivation and guidance from the Director, Mrs. Ratna Reddy.

Todays as the Head of the Accounts and Finance Department I am responsible for the department’s smooth functioning of and in charge of major tasks like finalization and income tax assessments. Tax related issues happen to be an area that I have inclination for.
It is stimulating and challenging to deal with financial aspects and my strategy is to cope with daily practice of meditation.
As much as I come across as a serious and work oriented person, I have a taste for humor and being jovial. Being able to laugh and seeing laughter on other’s faces is also a great boost. That also makes my work environment a home away from home.

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I am Komma Ramesh Babu, a student of IBDP year 2. I have been in CHIREC since 2008 and I have always been a curious and enthusiastic learner, moreover, a keen observer of my immediate surroundings. I like to refer to myself as a young environmentalist, advocating for quick climate change. This is an area I take a profound interest in, and over the years, with research and active involvement, I have gained extensive knowledge in the field. I am the Founder and Head of the E3 club and have been involved in various projects like “Composting bin” and “Planting drives” at school. CHIREC has played a key role in fostering and developing my interest. All my teachers have been supportive of my various endeavors, and I am proud to share that recently we have planted a total of 1100 saplings on World Environmental Day which was recognized by the UNEP. Our school, as a collective body, is moving towards environmental sustainability and I am grateful for the much-needed change that has been brought about. Today, nearly every junior I meet attaches environment to my name, and it is thrilling to be putting in even minimal effort in the time of such a global crisis. I sincerely hope to continue pursuing my passion during my further studies and be an environmental scientist one day.

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My name is Manorama Anne, and I have been working as a Math teacher at CHIREC since 2005. I did my Masters in Mathematics from Ravi Shankar University, Bhilai, Chattisgarh and completed B.Ed. from Jabulpur, Rani Durgavathi University. Ever since I joined CHIREC, it has been an amazing journey. I have been a part of various activities like CHIREC@25, Sports day, CHIREC fests, Children’s Day celebrations, academic fairs, class competitions, and house competitions. I learned a lot of skills and enjoyed the experience of building young minds who shower their unconditional love and respect. In three glorious decades of CHIREC, I proudly say that I have transformed myself into a better being than I was 13 years ago.CHIREC has developed a sense of community and classroom belonging in my teaching pedagogy. The culture of transparency, respect, and continuous professional development hold CHIREC higher than the rest. I can never forget the guidance and support given by Mr. Venkatraman and Ms. Rajalaxmi, the then Principal- in 2006, in setting up Math Laboratory first in CHIREC. Each person whom I have worked with has also contributed to enhancing my personality. Ms. Iffat Ibrahim - the Principal has always left me astounded through her perfection of work: be it planning and executing of a lesson plan or formatting the report card. Ms. Susan always helped me to stay calm and composed in every situation. The never-ending support and encouragement I’ve received from the director, Mrs. Ratna Reddy, my in-charges, and teachers, really mean a lot. I thank the management for giving me this opportunity and I hope to live up to the expectation of our Director, Mrs. Ratna Reddy.

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I am Milan Rao. I was a student at CHIREC from PP1 to X and passed out in 2008. My schooling in CHIREC has definitely been a huge influence in my life throughout my formative years. I’ve had the pleasure of growing up with some of the best and brightest people, some of whom have grown to become part of my innermost circle. I went on to pursue my Industrial Engineering at Purdue University and came back to Hyderabad in 2014. I was at the time toying with various ideas and entrepreneurial ventures before I decided that I wanted to venture into something that had the potential to be huge in the coming five years. I got my initial inspiration from Ingress a location-based Augmented Reality game. I decided that AR gaming was an experience that had immense scope for development as it was still in its niche stage (This was before Pokemon GO’s Heyday). My two co-founders and I founded my company Empower Labs in 2015 and went through different stages of our product ‘Delta T’ a time travel based AR mobile game. We faced a lot of challenges early on while building our product as there was very little awareness about the sector. We ran a bootstrapped company as the development cycle for the product was quite long and could not be rushed. We got our big break when Pokémon GO released and awareness went through the roof. We were suddenly in the right space at the right time two years into the development cycle of the product. We launched the beta of our game to great success and managed to raise close to $1 million in funding. We’ve partnered with the creative team of ‘Baahubali’ for the game and the final version will be hitting the Google Playstore and iOS App Store this March. There’s definitely a lot of jitters as close to three years of effort and planning is finally taking shape but we are hoping for the best. Regarding entrepreneurship, I always talk about two things a. it is important to keep the bigger picture in mind. We wanted to build a world class game from India and inevitably you will face numerous challenges on a daily basis, but always keep your eyes on the end goal and not get bogged down by these challenges. And b. Go out and start doing something rather than automatically expecting to find your calling. This will at least help you eliminate things that you don’t want to do, which will get you a step closer to what you want to do. I figured I want to stick to technology as a medium, no matter what happens with Delta T or Empower Labs, that’s because we can create an impact and reach a lot more people much faster compared to any other medium.

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