New Delhi: You may have heard of MBA Chaiwala, a 25-year-old who built a business with a total revenue of Rs. 4 crore simply by selling tea, up to this point. You might not, however, be familiar with someone like Chaiwali. A B.Tech student from Bihar is currently making headlines for acting similarly.
Vartika Singh moved to Faridabad to study for her B.Tech, but she had always wanted to launch her own company. Vartika, on the other hand, made the decision to begin the arduous work that would be necessary to make her goal become a reality as soon as possible. Under the name B.Tech Chaiwaali, she established a tea shop in Faridabad.
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This video was uploaded by Swag Se Doctor on Instagram. Vartika talked about her aspirations. Vartika mentioned that she didn’t want to start her business before finishing her degree, which would take four years. Rather, she has made baby steps in her profession. She established a tiny tea shop next to Green Field in Faridabad, setting up shop there from 5:30 pm to 9:00 pm.
“There is no purpose in wasting time,” she says in a video that was uploaded to her Instagram account. “There is no point in waiting four years for my BTech to finish and then doing a startup.”
She refers to her tea shop as BTech Chaiwali. The banner bearing his name declares, “Self-belief and hard work will always gain you success.”
Regular tea is available at Vartika for Rs 10, while masala and lemon teas are each Rs 20. The tea is seen being brewed and served in two paper cups in her video.