It’s really a strange thing for me when people start talking to me extra politely, or starts to see me differently as a responsible, studious and intelligent person the minute they come to know, I am a law graduate and a batch topper. I mean I can be all that or I can be exact opposite of what they think I am. The point is, they have no idea how much my education has contributed to shape the kind of person I am today or whether my personality is a reflection of what my qualifications says about me or not but still they form opinions based on the degree I acquired. Actually for all this clarity about a person you got to know the person instead of perceiving them the way you want to right?
Astonishing is the fact that without knowing one, people form an opinion and also start acting accordingly.
You basically don’t know me at all and you have already formed an opinion that I am superior to you just because YOU think law is a prestigious and difficult degree to have than any other. I mean seriously? Are you that ignorant about education and degrees?
I am really clueless, why they forget that right now I am also a MBA student just like them and for me getting this degree is as important as it was for me to get the LLB one, and that would have been the very first reason I have ever thought to enroll myself for the course right? From the second year onwards I knew I will be doing MBA in future after graduation. Yes I agree my graduation degree is may be a little on a heavier side than those who has choosen to do in simpler subjects, but who are we to judge people based on the choice of degree they pursue?
I also agree with the fact that Law is a complex one to study but then I think it stands for all subjects while you are studying it. It’s not easy at first go but you sink it once you study. Aren’t they?
I am not denying the fact that studying law gives a good confidence to one’s personality and it helps them to deal better with people and situations but still how does a degree makes one superior than others in any sense, I don’t get this thing.
Education can be taken into consideration while judging someone’s intellect or their code of conduct in society but how can you simply start putting someone above others only because you think they have studied difficult subjects or has given extra 2 years to their particular course. Funny people and funny ways of anticipating life.