1990 – 1993 BATCH
Supervisor, Emirates Printing Press, Dubai
First of all I don’t know how successful I am to write about myself, but since you requested me I am writing this.
Well I came to know about SIGA from my uncle Mr. Sampath who was working there.
As far as my experience studying at SIGA was really good. I learnt many new things every day and I feel that was the foundation of my life; when foundation is strong enough, building will last longer and I would say my foundation was laid as SIGA.
Being a Hindu by birth SIGA was the first Christian community that I saw in my life. I really admired the work of the Salesian brothers and fathers who were serving the poor, especially the youngsters. Like the saying instead of feeding a man with a fish for his hunger, teach him how to catch a fish, the exact thing happened in my life. I have always seen SIGA as a flawless institute and I do not have any thoughts on improving SIGA, it is already the best I would say.
I would like to give a suggestion to the youngsters at SIGA and that is not to work with a single company for years as it will not give you a professional growth, instead move on to more companies at your early career and explore the printing field and find out your real passion and then settle down.