Love for subject leads to success: Swathi Bhavani Potla
Gone are the days when students used to choose from either Engineering or Medical stream as their career opportunities. Millennials are creating a dent in every path and are proving they are utterly capable of anything.
Hyderabad: Gone are the days when students used to choose from either Engineering or Medical stream as their career opportunities. Millennials are creating a dent in every path and are proving they are utterly capable of anything.
• 22-year-old Swathi secures 4th rank in TS-PGLCET
• She dedicates her success to her love for judiciary from a young age
• Her internship under top lawyers and justices helped her a lot in preparations
And here is a girl named Swathi Bhavani Potla from the city who is highly ambitious and is walking on a path that can help numerous people to fight for justice. She wants to be the voice of many voiceless and serve for the society in many ways.
This 22-year-old student secured state 4th rank in TS PGLCET- 2018 (or PG LAWCET). “I can’t just express how happy I am when the results were out this Thursday. It was like my dream coming to life. I was always passionate about law. I just thought this would be a right choice for me from a very young age. My zeal for doing something and to give back something for the society is only what is helping me in this journey” shares Swathi with a happy curve on face.
Asking her about the preparation methods for her success, she says “I find law very challenging and exciting due to my internships, learning the law came very easily to me. I had to spend little time for the exam preparation, because I spent a lot of time learning the law irrespective of any exam.”
In order to understand things in better ways rather than just from books, she preferred interning under many famous people that includes the Attorney General for India, K K Venugopal (Padma Vibhushan), Late PP Rao (Padma Bhushan), Justices KS Panicker Radhakrishnan and Justice Gopala Gowda and many former judges from Supreme Court of India and various other lawyers both at Delhi and Hyderabad.
“Every internship taught me a practical new lesson which books with only theory wouldn’t have. I spent more than two years interning under various people, they made me understand how to interpret and apply the law in right ways for better society” adds Swathi. “When there is Love for the subject and when you read it for joy, while not compromising on the attention then success follows. It’s exactly what I did” she shares.
BY Bhagyashree Kottoori