The Story of Indian Graduation.
I'm Bijay Sarkar , from West Bengal, India.
I will tell you about an Indian graduate life. I passed Bachelor of Arts degree in 2014. From 2014 to 2019, I did not get any work , even after five years searching for different jobs. I am currently unemployed. After passing graduation in 2014, I used to prepare for various government jobs examinations, and also tried to work with different private companies, but I failed. Whenever any government jobs were published in our state, I would apply it. But in our West Bengal, 1 million forms are filed for 1,000 job posts. Our number of unemployed people in West Bengal is so difficult to find. And to get a job easily, the leader of the ruling party's leader or ministers 10 to15 lakh rupees should be bribe, then get a job that is impossible for me. In such a situation, it is very difficult to work in West Bengal . My father is a handloom worker who earns lot of trouble. Currently the handloom industry is in very narrow condition, the new generation does not want to come into this industry. So I do not even want to go to the handloom industry, whose future is very bad, there are many people with handlooms, but it is very difficult to run the family. On 13th March, I gave my sister's marriage. For the cost of marriage, our land is mortgaged to a monthly 5% interest. In this situation, I feel very ashamed to not stand beside my family. Sometimes I think that by killing myself, I finish the life, but looking at my parents, it never becomes possible.
A business that comes to mind when thinking about how to make their life normal, in this situation. I went to Calcutta for a work interview, I went there and found that a lot of people are drinking tea in a tea shop and the tea shop owner is selling tea through the Pepper Cup .When I got out of there, I went to Sealdah station and saw it A soda shopper, selling soda in paper glass. Then a plan came to my head that to start the paper cup making business. This paper cup is environmentally friendly and can be recycled. Then I came home and saw Paper Cup machines online at different websites. Seeing the price of the machine, my desire to do business was reduced. I applied for seven lakh rupees loan from State Bank of India to buy this paper cup machine but they did not want to give it. Because I had no guarantor for taking a loan.
The approximate price of this paper cup machine is about 7 lakh Indian rupees. One day I was searching on YouTube how to get money for business. Then I found this website. It seems very proud to come to you through this website. And I'm hopeful that you will be able to start my business with some financial help . A little help from you can be a new hope for a family. Special request to you, stand by me, and give me the opportunity , to do business as per your ability. And bless me, so that I can keep my parents happy .
God Bless You.