Published On : Fri, Apr 26th, 2019

Low aim in life a crime: DCP Pandit

Nagpur: It is not failure but having low aim in life is the crime, said Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) Zone II, Nagpur, Chinmay Pandit. He was speaking as chief guest at the inauguration of 37th batch of MCS and 35th batch of AITT of CA students at ICAI Bhavan, Dhantoli.

Hailing from a small village in Beed district, Pandit’s ambition was to join Indian Army and serve the nation. However, he couldn’t join the army. But he never gave up his dreams. He appeared for UPSC exams and cracked it in first attempt.

Pandit had an interactive session with CA aspirants, where he narrated his four mantras of success. One should set a clear goal, as he believed that, “Not failure, but low aim is crime’’. He explained why our aim should always be high as without it the person is like a ship which does not know the direction where it has to go.

Pandit lauded the efforts of ICAI for organising such MCS and ITT programmes for the betterment of CA students and preparing them to gear with challenges in life.

There is no holiday for men in uniform, said ICAI Nagpur branch Chairman Suren Duragkar while praising and recognising the contribution of police department. Even in festivals while we enjoy with our family, police personnel work 24 hours for ensuring our safety.

Executive Committee Member Akashay Gulhane conducted the session while Secretary, Nagpur Branch Saket Bagdia proposed a vote of thanks.

Prominently present on the occasion were Kirit Kalyani, Vice Chairman, Jitendra Saglani, Treasurer, Wasudeo Wandhre, (Retd) ACP along with faculties of the course Mukesh Ashar, Mayank Saraf, Deepesh Gangwani and Shri Anil Jain. There are approximately 100 students of MCS and AITT batch.