Ojaswi Rana - IGCSE 2001
My name is Ojaswi and I am from Nepal. I was amongst the first batch of students to complete my IGCSE’s from TBS in 2001. My experience at TBS was quite memorable, especially since there were only four of us in class, me being the only girl amongst the pioneering graduates. My teachers were amazing, as were my schoolmates. I loved Math and English and I was not too fond of PE classes. After all, I was no match for the boys in my class when it came to sports. After TBS, I did my A-Levels from Rato Bangala School (TBS did not offer A-Levels back then). Then I went to Malaysia for three years and Newcastle, Australia for the next eight. I graduated with a Bachelors Degree in Sociology and Anthropology, as well as Philosophy and Religion; and an Honours Degree in Sociology and Anthropology. I returned to Nepal in 2015 and worked as a Research Assistant for about a year. Currently, I am working as a Research Analyst at Frost & Sullivan, Kathmandu. I often reminisce about my days at TBS and really hope we can have a reunion soon.
Chandni Chawla - Batch of 2007.
What I remember most fondly about tbs was the international crowd and professors it offered which provided a great start to a multicultural world. Having an international edge has been extremely beneficial for me while I work, live and travel. For the past 5 years I have been in the field of marketing and communications in Mumbai and New Delhi, India handling brands like Fendi, Dow chemicals, google, Jindal steel, innesfree, breakthrough (ngo) to name a few. I have currently shifted to business by taking late mothers legacy forward in the 100% cashmere space internationally. Thank you TBS for setting the right foundation to my life. Utter grateful