Own House

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Suchitra came to give interview for the post of manager in 'Surya Hotel'. She was sitting while waiting for his turn to come, but she was walking in the mind because she was about to get married next month....

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Suchitra came to give interview for the post of manager in 'Surya Hotel'. She was sitting while waiting for his turn to come, but she was walking in the mind because she was about to get married next month. The relationship was good and he liked the boy too. It was just that it was very difficult to work together with marriage.
"Madam, your turn has come, you go in." The peon said.
On going inside, Suchitra said hello to panel and sat on the front of the chair.
"So Suchitra ji tell me something about yourself." A middle-aged man sitting in the panel whispered.
Suchitra started to tell-
Sir, my name is Suchitra. I am 30 years old. I live in Ghaziabad Uttar Pradesh. Parents and I am in the family. Dad is retired manager from Punjab National Bank, mother is Housewife. I have done Graduation English Honors First Class with Chaudhary Charan Singh University. After that, I have done Diploma in Hotel Management (APEC Chandigarh Management Institute, Chandigarh). During the training I have also done a 1 year internship in Hotel Aryavarta Chandigarh which has a lot of work experience.
Another man sitting in the panel dared the next question-
"What do you think of a manager in the job of a hotel management job, what will be the difficulties you will face?"
"I do not scared because of the difficulties, I take them as a challenge, the only one challenge is that the next month I am going to get married, the challenge of running the job and family together, but I know that I How to co-ordinate in your family and work. " Suchitra replied.
"Well, you are about to get married, so why do you want to get a job?" The next arrow of the questions was gone.
"Sir, my dream is to buy my own house." Suchitra responded with Confidence.
"But as you said now that you are about to get married next month, secondly, your father is also a retired bank manager, why do you need to buy a house?"

"Let me tell you if allowed a little time to speak."
"We we do not have any hurry to take full time." A gentle smile speaks from the panel with a light smile.

"Sir, I have been seeing my  mother since childhood.
 She put all his life in the house. But whenever father struggled with alcohol, he used to speak the same thing-
"Get out of my house" On several occasions, Father pushed my mother out.
And I used to think that it was my home, Dad's house, that's the house of my mother. But it was not so. Regardless of that the mother spent all her life grooming Papaji's house.
Right now my marriage is going to be Sir. The house I have considered so far is actually not my home too,
Because mother says-
"You have to go to your real home, that will be your house."
I think Sir Ma had also come home from someone's house. Her mother would also have said that wherever she is going, that is her real house. But what happened to her house?
If such a thing happened to me?
So the same thing happened to me?
Sir, this is not just my story. The matter is of every woman. Our parents' house is not ours. The husband also said that go out of my house, no one will tell that what is the woman's own house ???
That is why Sir, now I have to buy my own house. "
A silence appeared in the entire room. An elderly woman sitting in the panel who was still silent and listening to all the questions and replies was listening. Her eyes were moist. She did something, she broke the silence, which began to clap, all the members of the interview  panel were clapping and supporting Her. Perhaps the elderly woman was the mistress of the company itself. She finally said only one thing.
"Suchitra you are selected."

 

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