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This is Joyjeet Kumar Das, a third-year student of Amity law school. Born and brought up in Kolkata. I am an optimistic, innovative, observant and self-motivated person who has got few aspirations alive that keeps me moving ahead and appeals me to never quit. Legal profession demands immense hard work and wittiness to deal with situations and while handling cases. The importance of the judiciary in our country cannot be discarded. And the need for people with good knowledge of the legal system and intention of staying true to oneself has been there since ages. I as a person has always inclined towards this field. Those white shirts and trousers with a white neckband and a black coat have always made my eyes stuck at them. It might seem like being a lawyer is maybe merely a fantasy for me that I am trying to achieve, but it is a lot more than that. My attributes such as being able to express and demystify things, of questioning until I don't get my doubts to wither away are best suited to this profession. Among the various areas for specialization in the field of law, I would like to go for corporate law. The reason being the following: The field of corporate law has always been my cup of tea, as I have always had more interest while studying about companies and the various laws to be abiding by them. For the field of corporate law deals with not just the internal laws in any company or entity but it also involves compliance of laws in other areas too, hence this field won't restrict my professional accessibility. In the next 5 years, I see myself being stable in my career doing something in the field of corporate law, either an advocate, handling case in lower courts and all set to hit the high court or maybe working in a Law firm and trying to balance my career and other priorities in life.

I, too am Indian.
That, No one can deny.

I am the one with the infinite skin tones.
I, too am the one with every gender you can define.
I, too am the one whom you see discriminated by the thousands of vindications,
Which No-one can rectify.

I, too sing the national song,
which everyone abides.
I, too am the one for whom you breaking laws is a deed.

I am the one for whom this motherland is paradise.
I am the one who prays in front of Allah and Shankara,

I am the whom you see fighting for a piece of land.
I am the one whom you see as so resilient with opinions.
I, too am the one whom you see getting knowledge from WhatsApp at all.

I am the one whom you see killing thousands without any hesitance.
I, too am the one whom you see running in riots with endless artefacts.
I am the one whom you see as daring,

I, too am the one whom you see saving the lives without carrying.
I, too am the one whom you see asking for bribe and brides.
I, too am the one who stands when nation outcries.
I, too am the one whom you can see playing in the streets.

I, too am the one who shares the blood when it needs.
I, too am the one who swears in the name of deities.
I, too am thee who share grief with natives.
I, too am the whom you see begging but laugh,

I, too am the whom you see bleeding in the streets but you move fast.
I, too am the whom you see raping a god’s child.
I, too am the whom you see bombing cities and our paradise.
I, too am the whom you see searching food in the trash but eat well,

I, too am the whom you see shouting for equality, justice and good conscience.
I, too am the one whom you see instigating the havoc in the name of freedom and disguise.
And, I am growing strong.

Tomorrow,

I’ll be at the table, from where I will rule this paradise.
When that time comes.

Nobody’ll dare say to me,
Where? How? What? and Why?

Then.

Besides,

They’ll see how beautiful I have become as a Disguise.
And be ashamed, I, too, am India, which no one can rectify.

By Joyjeet Kumar Das.

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joyjeetdashttp://www.jus-rerum.com
This is Joyjeet Kumar Das, a third-year student of Amity law school. Born and brought up in Kolkata. I am an optimistic, innovative, observant and self-motivated person who has got few aspirations alive that keeps me moving ahead and appeals me to never quit. Legal profession demands immense hard work and wittiness to deal with situations and while handling cases. The importance of the judiciary in our country cannot be discarded. And the need for people with good knowledge of the legal system and intention of staying true to oneself has been there since ages. I as a person has always inclined towards this field. Those white shirts and trousers with a white neckband and a black coat have always made my eyes stuck at them. It might seem like being a lawyer is maybe merely a fantasy for me that I am trying to achieve, but it is a lot more than that. My attributes such as being able to express and demystify things, of questioning until I don't get my doubts to wither away are best suited to this profession. Among the various areas for specialization in the field of law, I would like to go for corporate law. The reason being the following: The field of corporate law has always been my cup of tea, as I have always had more interest while studying about companies and the various laws to be abiding by them. For the field of corporate law deals with not just the internal laws in any company or entity but it also involves compliance of laws in other areas too, hence this field won't restrict my professional accessibility. In the next 5 years, I see myself being stable in my career doing something in the field of corporate law, either an advocate, handling case in lower courts and all set to hit the high court or maybe working in a Law firm and trying to balance my career and other priorities in life.
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