As a beginner, navigating aspects of life as a law student is interesting as it is challenging. Although I wanted to create an identity and space for myself, I was unsure if I could do anything at all. FIMT being an ardent supporter of its students with its value and logic-based teaching pattern, provided a space for me and many other students like me who were unsure about taking a step. Its inclusive teaching modality to championing students’ interest in national and international programs extend our area of interest and experience beyond books and lectures.
As unsure as I was initially, FIMT’s confidence in me as a student allowed me to venture into different areas. I have had the chance to strengthen my drafting skills and research skills during my time at FIMT. Because of the supportive environment provided, I could participate in The Kathmandu Dialogue at Kathmandu School of Law. I am entrusted as India’s ambassador for the program. The experience that I could attain from being involved in research activities, being an editor in FIMT’s law journal and pursuing my interest in criminal and human rights law through organizational experience on campus has strengthened my personal attributes.
My experience in FIMT has allowed me to look outside the box and pursue opportunities that I would generally keep at bay, considering it being outside my comfort zone. I am a candidate at the University of London(Queen's Marry), which ranks 14th in the list of law colleges worldwide. Breaking the barrier of self-doubt around scholastic achievements is difficult. Still, without the opportunity and the encouragement from FIMT, I would not have been able to see the world through a different lens and meet people who would be the ones to champion my achievements and have become my closet friends