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Empowerment in Academia
Empowerment in academia

I was becoming more and more independent. I was managing my own chores, my own shopping, my own social interactions—I was free, and not dependent on others around me. I felt empowered and was keen to face new challenges.

It was mid-November 1998. The academic term began in September, but the Institute wanted to enrol as many foreign students as they could, even if it was a little later in the term. Foreign students brought in more income, as they were required to pay thrice the fee a domestic student did. The Institute was flooded with Japanese students. When they saw me, they would often bow down. It was a polite gesture.

‘What does Malini want to do and like to do ...

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