12 years of school education and 3 or 4 years of under graduation is not enough. 2 more years for your MBA and your life could have been a bed of roses. Some might work hard to save money for MBA and do the course on their own. However, for some people, their parents could afford to pay the fees throughout their college education. How do you think life will be after your MBA? It’s time to think practical. I just want to shed some light on that part. I finished my studies and I have a good academic back ground. I did not find my college days to be difficult. I showed interest on business while studying and I was successful in earning. I could see my grades coming down after I started earning. However, I made sure that I always got a high score despite few lower grade performances. I got my dream job in my campus interview. I even got my call letter. All of you will get campus interview like this and get placed in your dream company. Is life over after that placement? Here comes the portion of life which is very critical on which I want to shed some light. Life After Placement: I got my call letter and I was posted in Trivandrum for my first level training. I had spend 2 months there and it was the first time I have been staying out of home. I had lots of facilities in my place of stay so I did not find anything difficult. I successfully completed my training there and I was posted in Delhi. Basically I am from Chennai and I like to live here. With great hesitation, I went to Delhi to kick start my work career. The conditions were horrible for me. I was not able to adjust to the life style of Delhi people. I was shifted to Noida in a week’s time. Again, I have to search for a new accommodation and travel to the new place and office. I had to stay in that place for 3 months and I should tell that this period of time is the best and worst period of life. Worst thing is that I have been left all alone with no place to stay one full night with my entire luggage and without any food for 2 days. The best things are the lessons that I have learnt out of these incidents. I prepared myself to face the worst and by God’s grace I got accustomed to all these. Next came my transfer to Gurgoan for my projects. Again came the problem of shifting my accommodation with the entire luggage. Imagine how tough it will be. The ultimate point is that I do not know Hindi. Just imagine how horrible it would be. At last, with great difficulty, I got my transfer to Chennai. I am happy now working for the multibillion dollar company. This is how the corporate life will be for a fresher. You need to get adjusted to the situations swiftly to make your career smooth.