Simran wondered since childhood ‘Why people behave the way they do’, and this led her to study and research in the field of psychology. More often she tries to create doors of perceptions through her diverse taste of music and an unhealthy obsession for memes. An almost graduate during the uncertain circumstances with over thinking skills working at the highest efficiency, she pondered upon one of the most known yet unaddressed issues and asked herself, ‘Why is academic education not enough?’. This basic question encouraged her to lead her own social entrepreneurial project – Vidyarthi Skill, which works towards bridging the gap between academic and skill education. While Vidyarthi is her way of making change, on a professional end, Simran seeks to explore fields like people analytics, ed-tech and organisation change. She is interested in studying education, analytics and industrial psychology which will help her develop her project further. In addition to that, she is also keen in knowing about various new projects and start-ups happening around campus. The debater in her aims to learn through diverse conversations and discussions with her fellows on anything and everything. For her, the Fellowship is a journey to growth, deepened thought process and career development.