“What’s your aim in life? What do you want to be when you grow up?” We all have come across this question several times, haven’t we? I still remember; it was the very first day of class one and I was asked the same question. I proudly replied that I wanted to be a doctor. The teacher again inquired why. Because every time, especially during auspicious occasions, I was showered with the blessings from elders to be a successful ‘doctor’ in the future, I recalled.
From Pascal’s laws to the Nebular hypothesis I had learnt and memorized all for my soon-to-begin test. As I entered the threshold of the exam hall it was quite silent because I had probably entered the hall late. I soon took my seat and our teacher started distributing question papers. I took a quick glance at it and started answering.