Interview with Leena Yagnik, FYBAF Student, N.K. College

Name – Leena  Yagnik

College Name – Nagindas Khandwala College

Course Name – BAF

Which year – FY



Tell us about yourself

I am interested in accounting. I want to pursue the highest degree in field of accounting. My likes are basically Football. It’s basically my favorite sport. My dislike is a narcissist person.


Tell us about your college?        

My college provides absolute education that it our teaching faculties are well educated. Belongingness   is one factor I love about my college. My favorite teacher is Pratik sir. He is visiting faculty. He is very practical teacher. His lectures are so interesting and there is always something new to learn about in the class. The happiest moment till now in BAF was my first presentation and I remember I was so nervous about it but then my teacher appreciated my work and I was said to be done the best in the entire class. The saddest moment is yet to come it is going to be Farewell. I am going miss my seniors. The most memorable moment were our college festival PRAVAAH and our fresher’s week.


When did you join BAF? Which year you are in? What inspired you to choose BAF and not any other course?                             

I joined BAF in 2014. I am in my first year. As I said earlier I love accounting and that what have inspired me .


According to you, what is BAF all about? As a student, what changes would you like to bring in Indian education system?

According to me BAF is all about business administration studies but in accordance with accounting and finance. As a student the change I would like to see my subjects to be more relating to current business and economic scenario.


Who in your life has influenced the most?

My dad in my life has influenced me the most. He is my supporting system in everything and anything.


What would you advice someone planning to do BAF?

I would advice that if you are planning to take BAF see to it that you really like accounting and finance. Before taking up the course go through the subjects and chapters so you are very well aware of what you going to study throughout the year.


3 Questions you would like to ask an MBA?

1.) What changes would you like to bring course of MBA?

2.)  Do you think that the value of MBA have been degrading?

3.) Is there need for employment development for MBA ‘s  in INDIA?


What are your future plans? (Your ambitions)

I am planning to do my masters in abroad and also settle there.


Your feedback for

It’s a nice for connecting to students and getting them know for what they expect t in their respective field . It will help the employment scenario too.


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