March 6, 2007.
I hope you are fine. At last, I received your letter which I had been waiting for a long time. I am so pleased that you have shown interest in my academic plans. After successfully completing my F.Sc Pre-Engineering studies, I thought about a couple of options. I sought advice from my teachers and parents. Finally, I have decided to join BS Honours Program in Telecommunication. Pray for me that I am able to seek admission in a reputed University. There are several reasons for making this choice. Telecommunication is an emerging field. Each year we see millions of new mobile users. Dozens of multi-national mobile companies have launched their networks in Pakistan. After completing the BS program, I hope to get a good job. The added advantage would be that as a telecommunication engineer, I shall work in a decent comfortable environment Apart from job factor, the professional aspect is also important. For raising the quality of their services, the telecommunications organizations are investing in research in the field. Taking it as a challenge, I shall try hard to develop myself as a researcher.
March 6, 2007.
I received your letter the day before. You have given some suggestions about my future career. I am really grateful for your valuable suggestions. May ! point out, however, that I have different perceptions. I want to make my career as a teacher. Teaching is my passion. During my school days some of my teachers inspired me so much that I always dreamt to join the teaching profession. Besides, a teacher can reform society by producing good students. History has many worthly examples of great teachers who produced eminent poets, scientists, statesmen and the like. There is another point which is worth mentioning. A teacher has ample time and opportunities to enhance his knowledge. So even for on our personal development teaching offers us a golden opportunity. These are for your reflections on this important topic my perceptions about the teaching profession which I wanted to share with you. I’ll be eagerly waiting.