PART A: Why Aditya Birla Group is big in your life.
Roti, Kapda Aur Makaan!
Since the last 162 years, a company slowly and steadily became a household name worldwide. Aditya Birla Group has touched the lives of billions of people.
ABG is the answer to all needs a human need to satisfy. Starting with the physiological needs, ABG with its Indo Gulf fertilizers has helped us to get quality food and has enhanced the productivity of the land. Ultratech has provided us with safe and secure homes. With brands like Pantaloons, Louis Phillippe, Allen Solly, ABG has provided us with the perfect wardrobe look that we need.
It has solved the safety needs. ABG with $44.3 billion revenue last year, is India’s third-largest private-sector conglomerate and give employment to more than 1.2 lakh employees.ABG with its 42 schools provides quality education to 45000 students across India.
It helps in satisfying the belongingness need of us by connecting us with our friends and families. The Vodafone Idea Limited is India’s largest telecom company and has approximately 400 million users.
ABG has also solved the esteem needs. It is the world largest Carbon Black manufacturer and helps in making the perfect tire for our cars.
With its Aditya Birla Capital Limited, it helps us to motivate us for self-actualization needs by giving assistance to us to work towards our goal.
ABG has become an indispensable part of our life and its close to impossible for us to even imagine life without their products.
Part B: How you overcame challenges to achieve your ambitions in life so far.
“To strive, to seek, to find, and not to yield.”- Alfred Lord Tennyson
Life is full of challenges and opportunities. One needs to be calm and composed at the time of adversities and transform challenges into opportunities.
I have always been a bright student from my childhood. For me, education was always the top priority and I thought it is for everyone too. As I grew up, I understood that even today education is a privilege to a large section of society who somehow are trapped in the vicious cycle of poverty.
In the words of Mr. APJ Abdul Kalam, “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” My biggest ambition in life is to eradicate illiteracy in our country. The only way to progress from a developing country to a developed country is through education.
I joined an NGO, Child Rights & You (CRY) which aims to provide basic rights to all the underprivileged children in India. There were several challenges that I had to face because of my time at the NGO. My family was reluctant, my own studies were being hampered. But for me, the smile on the faces of my NGO children was the utmost priority. To overcome the challenges, I curtailed my sleeping hours, started studying early morning so that I will have time to teach them during the evenings. In my 30-month volunteering, I learned that their challenges are much more than mine and require utmost priority. Hence, I have and will always try to work extremely hard to impart whatever little I can do for them.
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