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C+ Plus Doctor Thepla

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C+ Plus Doctor Thepla
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The novel "C + Plus Doctor Thepla" is a World Record Holder Novel and is the 'First Indian Novel with a Puppet Promotional Video.' [BLURB] In India, as far as Indians know, there are two categories of students:  1) Students who study by their own choice 2) Students who study by Manjoo Mausi's choice Our Abhishek Patel, the 2nd category student, is the son of 'Ahmedabad ke famous' Dr.Patel. When he doesn't meet the cut to be a doctor, he is forced to pursue Software Engineering at Bangalore, by the 'Bahot Scope Hai' mantra. However, Abhishek wants to become a chef, and decides to start-up his 'Thepla' restaurant chain. But hey, can one do this in India? Can one even dare to pursue unconventional careers? Is it really cool to start-up? Does one even know how many Manjoo Mausi's one will have..
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Sold ByWrite India Publishers
AuthorSarita Raghuvanshi, Anand Bhate
ISBN-139788193298800
FormatPaperback
LanguageEnglish
Pages268 Pages
Publication Date2016-09-12
Publication Year2016

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The novel "C + Plus Doctor Thepla" is a World Record Holder Novel and is the 'First Indian Novel with a Puppet Promotional Video.' [BLURB] In India, as far as Indians know, there are two categories of students:  

1) Students who study by their own choice

2) Students who study by Manjoo Mausi's choice Our Abhishek Patel, the 2nd category student, is the son of 'Ahmedabad ke famous' Dr.Patel.

When he doesn't meet the cut to be a doctor, he is forced to pursue Software Engineering at Bangalore, by the 'Bahot Scope Hai' mantra. However, Abhishek wants to become a chef, and decides to start-up his 'Thepla' restaurant chain. But hey, can one do this in India? Can one even dare to pursue unconventional careers? Is it really cool to start-up? Does one even know how many Manjoo Mausi's one will have to deal with?  And, of course, 'Log Kya Kahenge'?

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