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Making Impossible Possible

Author: Mousumi Kalita Sachdeva
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About the Book
When dreams are high and hopes never die, the mind becomes strong and the body supports with a unique zeal to travel in the journey of success. Making Impossible Possible portrays the picture of the street and working children who dream high, however the ways to reach their dreams are challenging. The book brings to the front a true story of a slum child who after many falls, stood by his dream and determination to reach his goals. Vijay is pushed to the slum ghettos from a peaceful village atmosphere to experience a life never imagined. He fell prey to all dark sides of the world, yet emerged as a winner. His story brings tears to the eyes and is a story of every single child in the street. The book brings a motivational force to encourage every individual who desires to achieve success amidst hardships and obstacles.

About Author
Mousumi Kalita Sachdeva is known as the students’ friend by all. She is a trainer of English Literature, Language and Soft Skills. She is serving at the United College of Engineering and Research, Allahabad. She is also working as an Editor of a Self-Publishing House. She is the author of the novel ‘Love Remains Undefined’ and has edited many anthologies. She has authored two more books which are likely to be out in the market soon. She has been training and teaching in many institutions in various parts of India. She has been the coordinator of the English Language quality Standards Program under British Council and served at Sri Venkateshwar International School, New Delhi, as the Head of the English Department. She has also served as the Branch and Centre Head of many English Training institutions in different states of India. Known for her proficiency in English, she has established herself as a writer contributing in many newspapers, magazines and International Blogs. Her views can be read in the two very popular newspapers ‘Daily Excelsior’ and ‘Early Times’ of Jammu and Kashmir. Life is a travel for her and her career is filled with teaching, training, social service and attending and delivering training workshops.

Details
  • Title: Making Impossible Possible
  • ISBN: 978-81-933123-9-1
  • Format: Paperback
  • Date of Publication: 23 Dec, 2017
  • Language: English
  • Category: True Stories

No. of Pages 96
Weight 150 g
Dimensions 4.37 x 1 x 7 IN
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