Ajay, Jay and John comes from diverse backgrounds but all of them have one thing in common - they have enrolled for PhD for differing reasons. While one joined truly out of interest, the other two joined the course directly or indirectly because of the fairer sex. As all of them struggle with various personal and professional difficulties as their course progresses, it seems as though they would end up with more questions than answers…
Would they be able to complete their course successfully without paying too high a price for it? Was it possible at all to do path breaking original research in the Indian environment?
Learn more about what happens to the trio as they move ahead on their doctoral trail...
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About the Author
Born and brought up in a traditional Brahmin family in a small village in Kerala, Nimal is steeped in its history and culture. A post graduate in Management, he runs a brand consultancy firm in Coimbatore. He has contributed articles to various publications including in the Advertising Express and the supplement of The Hindu and Times of India. The topics range from lifestyle to humor and various management related issues.
A Dental Surgeon by profession and a writer by inclination, Dr. K.V. Arun has published several scientific articles and text books pertaining to periodontics. He lectures extensively on variety of topics both scientific and non-scientific. His interests range from religion and mythology to astrology as he juggles his time between teaching, clinical practice and storytelling.