its too early. while sandhya's exams are over,
chavi and mohit"s exams are still on. just in the last episode, Suraj was asking them to go and read. So i guess thopieir courses ar"s all different to have different examination schedule.
agree with JustJ and b2011.
its still the fourth day going on since Sandhya's chuda utarna ceremony. one month not yet over. dust has to settle a bit. Then admission topic should start because if the III yr has to be continued, Sandhya wil have to pay the admission fees before the last date. Else it will be postponed for next year. Let's see how they show it.
IPS/IAS/UPSC exams can be taken by graduate candidates only. so that will happen only when sandhya gets ready for the IIIrd year.
While I am thinking in term of practical timelines, don't know how the story writers in present times write. May be they lose all perspective and become flexible to write anything however irrational; based on demand from viewers/producers/directors/TRPs.
I am from the older generation of viewers who grew up in Doordarshan era where stories had proper content and they stuck to the "no. of episodes" format and would go off air once story finishes. Nowadays, its just bad. No quality at all. there's just quantity. I am returning to Indian Television soap after 10 years and so will take any stupidity shown on the idiot box. what is new is that the viacom (colors) entertainment started on the regional setting flavour and it has taken other channels also to follow on those foot prints. its good to see multi-cultural india and small towns and other indian cities stories.
working in the indian financial markets and now in international financial community, the marwari culture as I know is adhering to all traditions but at the same time not averse to change and risk-taking. but it is predominantly a business class and takes employment in commerce and trade. I never ever imagined any marwari could dreaming about being a police officer
it is believable that a marwari woman wants to be an independent business-woman, but it is a little duanting and taxing on a marwari household that their daughter or daughter-in -law wants to become a police officer. It is something already off tangent from a regular marwari house-hold settings. that is the fun part i like to watch. Sorry no offence to anyone, but this interesting, new thought is what got me hooked to the show.