A new firm from scratch isn’t anyone’s ideal, but one B.Tech. graduate student of Bihar took the risk and is serving as an inspiration to many aspiring business owners.
One may find the chai (tea) industry in India in every corner and cranny of the nation. Because of how simple it is to set up and how little money is needed, many people have dabbled in this area. Numerous tea vendors even walk the streets of the city selling tea to hundreds of people each day.
However, the influx of students working as tea vendors is an intriguing pattern which many are now noticing in this industry. Stories from various regions of the nation now have brought us to creative students and students who choose to keep selling something that appeals to a sizeable segment of the Indian populace instead of following traditional professional pathways.
A select sample of these individuals includes the pan India MBA Chai Wala, which has current annual revenue of over 4 crores, the ‘Frustrated Dropout,’ who serves tea in Bangalore and accepts bitcoin as payment, the MA English Chai Wali mostly from West Bengal, and the newly appointed BTech Chai Wali.
Choosing Less Traveled Paths
Instead of following the usual white-collar vocations for which they are being prepared, young people in the nation have started to choose unorthodox careers. Many alumni applied their innovative thinking to the industry of food and beverages by starting their firms and documenting their successes. Today, many of them are the owners of businesses that have ensured their financial freedom and won them accolades for their creative problem-solving.
Vartika, a student from Bihar who relocated from Faridabad to continue her engineering degree, is one such pupil. She understood that waiting for the right time to start anything on her own was pointless because she had always wanted to establish her own business. She can be heard saying in a video uploaded online, “There is no use in waiting four years of my BTech to be completed before starting a business. It serves no purpose to waste time “.
She set up the “BTech Chaiwali” tea shop with the slogan “Self-belief and hard effort will always gain you success,” she now offers a variety of teas priced between 10 and 20. After class, from 5.30 and 9 o’clock, she runs the stall outside Green Field. She has managed to establish a source of money while completing her education by serving them to grateful consumers. She claims that while balancing her education and start-up has its challenges, worth it in the end. She discusses the journey of working in her conditions on one of the internet videos and how immensely fulfilling it is.
A Well-Known Name Among the Crowds Today
Since the tea shop’s video was released online, it has generated a lot of interest among students and other people who have begun to stop by and support the development of this small business owner. Vartika was heard saying, “This channel should be there throughout India, and I’ll be ordered to cater to much more people,” clearly moved by this reach. Anuncios She has also put a lot of faith in her company and claims, “I have intended to bring along my mother’s recipe,” which she urges people to do at least once the test. Users on social media applauded her idea and continued to support it.