Its a farewell note written by Anil Bakshi, manager of the British Council Library (BCL).
In less than ten days Bakshi is all set to bid adieu to the place where she
spent almost all of her
working years the BCL
.So, while feelings surface high and the bond she
shares with her
workplace is almost palpable, Bakshi
is all set to take the change in her
handled library affairs like book publishing, promotion-related activities and co-ordinated between 13 libraries all over India, out of which currently only 11 centres remain.But according to her
, the best time has been her
decade-long stint in Pune.
"I practised my managerial skills and interacted with library members," she
remembers a particular incident when a member insisted that a branch of the library be opened in Pimpri-Chinchwad, as well.
This was particularly funny because he
wrote a letter to the Queen putting forth his
as ‘My dear Queen and when he
sent me a copy of the letter he
addressed me as ‘Her Highness Anil Bakshi!
Interestingly though, Bakshi
has spent years of her
life surrounded by books, she
claims that she
is not a bookworm, but reads only as and when her
mood permits.And finally her
secret of success?
Changing roles within the same organisation and excelling in it in every way, smiles the lady who is all set to begin a whole new chapter in her