check this site out Study-Abroad Essays: An Expert Talk by Chander Mahadev

Study-Abroad Essays: An Expert Talk by Chander Mahadev

look at this website Our today’s blog post covers the highlights of a session with Chander Mahadev. This man who needs no formal introduction possesses a rich experience of 30 years in the field of Journalism and Media. An eminent media personality, he has worked with the Princeton Review, the Indian Express, and the Times of India. He is currently the Director, Institute of Media Studies, Shri Ramswaroop Memorial University, Lucknow.

asyafanatikleri marriage not dating An essay specialist, Mr. Mahadev has left no stone unturned in mastering the art of transforming essays from good ones to great ones. No wonders, his dedication and expertise in the English language have earned him a title of “Wordsmith”. And, he is a ‘Moving Mentor Mahadev’ for all his students. With a magic of his pen, he has transformed the lives of hundreds and thousands of students over the past many years.

Our discussion brings forth a topic of essays: the study-abroad essays that are required for admissions to foreign universities. Mr. Mahadev highlights different areas where Indian students lack when it comes to Essay-writing.

With a magic of his pen, he has transformed the lives of hundreds and thousands of students over the past many years.

Study-Abroad Essays

Reflection

Unfortunately, our students get groomed in an environment that is driven by content-based learning. There is no emphasis, whatsoever, on research-driven or innovation based educational system. It is, therefore, not surprising that our students fail miserably at essay-writing or statement of purpose (SOP) related tasks. Their essays lack self-reflections and thus, there are frequent rejections from top universities.

Our Wordsmith recalls one such case of his student who was quite successful in his professional life. Notably, he worked as a system administrator at Satyam Computers. Despite his strong profile, he had faced repetitive rejections from Ivy-league colleges. Determined to get into an Ivy-league, he approached Mr. Mahadev. Together, they both worked at creating his stronger application. A major problem identified was with his essay that reflected no unique element. Further, there was nothing that distinguished him from other applicants. It took them 14 hours of a brainstorming session to dig a story from his life that would ensure success. The result was an inclusion of anecdote from his childhood days in the essay:

My father was an engineer and was posted in a city that lacked the infrastructure for quality education. The only schools in the city were government schools that had no classrooms or blackboards. We were taught alphabets on sand dunes. The initial years of my education were full of struggle and hardship. Today, I look back to realize that it is those tough years of my life that have made me the person I am today.

The student found it embarrassing to talk about the quality of education he was exposed to and thus, would never mention it to anyone. And, in his attempt to do so, he even forgot the importance of self-reflection.

Only if our education system was strong enough so as not to be content driven, our students wouldn’t feel a need to seek the help of career counselors or essay specialists to write the essays of their own lives- Chander Mahadev

It took them 14 hours of a brainstorming session to dig a story from his life that would ensure success.

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The Unfulfilled Dreams of Our Parents

The age-old theory of parents to live their dreams through their children has deteriorated the quality of our educational system. Each parent sees a future doctor/engineer in his/ her child. Thus, it has made our pattern of education marks driven. It is unfortunate, however, that we parents become obstacles in their path. They are not encouraged to take risks in their lives. In fact, we don’t even encourage them to pursue their dream careers. As a result, there is no passion. The result is poor quality essays with ideas stolen from others. There is no creativity or uniqueness.

It is unfortunate that we parents become obstacles in their path.

Click This Link Final Words: There is so much to learn from this man who is on a mission to set new parameters in the education sector. And, there is even more, to learn from his mantra in life “Don’t say it but show it!”.

 

COMMENTS (13)

  • Chander Mahadev January 17, 2017

    Thank you so much for profiling me in such eloquent notes.

  • Mr Chander Mahadev is not only a good teacher but a great mentor. I have had been among the few privileged ones to not only learn from him but to work with him as well.

    I credit him for my language-learning skills and the motivation that I apply to my day-to-day endeavours.

    He is a true mentor to say the least.

  • Rajan Mishra January 31, 2017

    श्री महादेव जैसा गुनी व्यक्तित्व का साथ होना किसी भी मीडिया हाउस, शिक्षण संसथान के लिए गर्व की बात है|
    The Man Like DIAMOND…

  • Mr.mahadev,your writings and sayings were always uplifting and a motivating factor,and you are achieving your goals.I know you’ll go further more ahead writing.best luck for you sir

  • Arpit Jais January 31, 2017

    I dnt have words for this wordsmith, and speaking anything would be so disrespectful. He is a gemstone and a person with extraordinary powers. We love u sir.

  • अमित सिंह January 31, 2017

    बिलकुल । माननीय सर के अगुआई में व प्रभुत्व में रहना मेरे लिए गर्व की बात है

  • Anjali Jha January 31, 2017

    Mr. Chander Mahadev is the best mentor i have ever got. He gave me a new identity. He is the person who made me shine out of the crowd. He is the most encouraging and fantastic mentor i have ever worked under.

  • Richie negi January 31, 2017

    Mr.Mahadev I follow you and your thoughts.They are inspirational and motivational,even for living.
    You are an idol.

  • Chander, I am so happy and proud to have known you, even say it is for a short span of time. Your writings are always so thought provocative, and leaves me with a burning desire to express myself, and my experiences, for everyone to read. I would look forward to a time where I can work with you and may be pen something for a lifetime and a generation to realise.

    Take Care
    GOD Bless!

  • Chander Mahadev February 1, 2017

    I am overwhelmed by my mentees’ responses. Thank you, Sania

  • Kapil Bhatnagar February 2, 2017

    I had the privilege to work with Chander sir at The Indian Express. Learnt a lot and still learning from him. He had always been a great mentor, and friend. I am fan of his language and mentoring skills.

  • Honey mirza February 16, 2017

    Mahadev sir is so tallented he knows how to guide their students well and he is one of my favt english teacher i hd ever got…he is so friendly with their students as wll…bst teacher.