Indeed there is a world of truth in the maxim-“no knowledge without academy’. The turning point of one’s career starts with academic life. Our future hope depends upon it. At this time, our mind is like clay, which is a very soft thing. Like clay, our mind can be shaped in different ways. Once formed, cannot be reformed. If we receive good training in academic life, we shall be good citizens in the future. After passing the S.L.C. I got myself admitted into one of the most reputed academies of Nepal i.e. Prasadi Academy. When I attended the academy for the first time after admission, I had a traumatic experience. Traumatic in the sense that I had no friends. I was shy, timid and feeling lonely. Gradually, all such feelings vanished from my mind as I developed acquaintance with new students. In course of time, I had great intimacy with them.
My teachers were always good guides, a helping hand and a torch-bearer throughout my academy sojourn. Apart from this, the academy has given me a lovely dynamic environment facilitated with a true teaching and learning system and well equipped infrastructures like classrooms, science laboratories, library, spacious premises-to name just a few of them. No doubt, the academy maintains strict discipline and punctuality which I really appreciate. A team of dedicated teachers filled to the brim with experience has been successful in imparting quality education which is proved by the excellent results and success within a short span of time. The main and mighty character for the strong and firm base for PA is our respected campus chief who is very devoted and skilled. He is the one who has created a place, a best place for building up character, careers, goodwill and idealism. He encourages us to acquire knowledge and experience with discipline, diligence and dedication.
And what I can not really forget is that my Prasadi days have been the best or moreover a special and enchanting period of my entire student life at Prasadi Academy. To be honest, I feel that things have worked out better than I had thought before I joined Prasadi.