A glance at Professor V. N. Parthiban‘s meeting card could instigate a little baffled. It incorporates all his instructive degrees and presently that number stands at 145.
Parthiban has degrees in different fields and teaches over 100 subjects in various universities in Chennai.
The inconceivably not insignificant rundown of degrees incorporates 12 research degrees (M.Phil), 8 Master of Law degrees (ML), 10 Master of Arts degrees (MA), 8 Master of Commerce degrees (M.Com), 3 Master of Science Degrees (M.Sc), and 9 Master of Business Administration degrees (MBA), among others.
How It All Happened?
Parthiban, who is 55, in any case, hasn’t thought that it was exceptionally hard to continue considering throughout the previous 35 years.
“I really enjoy studying. It’s not difficult at all,” he said. “I have been continuously in the process of preparing for exams and applying for new degrees or diploma courses.”
He included that each Sunday, he is either showing up in an exam or composing an examination paper.
V. N. Parthiban, the man with more than 140 degrees clarified that he hailed from a “conventional” family in Madras and when he was a young man, examining was viewed as an extravagance.
In any case, he loved studying and, later, all he needed was an occupation that would give him a chance to keep on studying.
“I struggled hard to finish my first college degree and got a job in the judiciary department,” he said. “Then I started to apply wherever they do not require a transfer certificate for registration so that I could study different courses at the same time.”
One would believe that an educator with such a significant number of degrees will have a sharp memory, yet that isn’t the situation with Parthiban. He uncovers that he experiences issues in recollecting individuals’ appearances. Furthermore, that occasionally he even overlooks the courses that he goes up against a consistent schedule.
“I do not burden my mind with anything that is less important. I keep my mind calm,” he said.
Showing a hundred subjects in various universities isn’t simple either. At times, he goes to a class and overlooks what he should educate. “But the students never complain,” He said.
Taste Of Failure.
“I failed in Actuarial Sciences. The course required a lot of mathematics, and I didn’t put in enough effort,” he said. He couldn’t complete his CA (Final) since when he was considering for the course, he was additionally working in a legislature supported school. “The college took a lot of my time,” he clarified.
V. N. Parthiban lives with his better half, a bank representative who has nine scholarly degrees herself.
The two, his daughter and son have studied engineering and gained MBA degrees after that.
V. N. Parthiban, in the meantime, has no plans to stop.
“I am planning to join more courses,” he said.