I joined Breakspace after seeing reviews of it on quora with high expectations aiming to appear for the various MBA entrance exams. I started my coaching pretty late but the guidance and attention I received there was incalculable. After the CAT percentile was out, I was expecting calls from good IIMs but was very apprehensive about the PI part as I read stories about people not making it through the PI round. Me being from Nagaland, North East with no proper guidance and very little exposure to such scenarios ( the highly competitive nature of B-school students, the rat race of students trying to stay ahead of each other, the pressure to get good placements etc) was confused. I knew that the GDPI-WAT sessions would be very helpful in the long run and I wanted to join the program but was a bit reluctant about the fees. I come from a single-parent family and I was doubtful whether my mom would approve of it as I had to persuade her a lot to let me pursue an MBA and take coaching in the first place. My mind went back and forth weighing the pros and cons and other possibilities of me prepping myself for the WAT and PI part and I decided that I would learn from online sources available. The next day, I received a call from Rahul asking if I could meet Partha sir to which I agreed, I thought the meeting would be a normal one where he would ask me about the usuals like the progress I made but halfway I realized that Partha sir wanted to offer free GDPI-WAT sessions to me and I was close to tears, he explained his Gita initiative which he started in honour and memory of his mother Gita where he tries his best to contribute to deserving girls hoping to make a difference one girl at a time. The GDPI-WAT sessions I attended was enlightening not just because of bookish knowledge but the small bits of wisdom and life lessons Partha sir imparted. And he did make a difference, that act somehow left a huge impact on how I viewed my life and I can proudly say that I am a better version of myself because of my time in Breakspace. All I can say is Thank you to the team and of course Sir Partha. May you continue to be a blessing to many more students.