Maharashtra IPS officer Meera Chadha-Borwankar has a story to tell to young girls and women. This story is important, honest and very relevant. This story should be read by every young lady who sees her dreams come true and wants to live a prosperous life. This is the story of a girl from a small village in Punjab who has passed the Central Public Service Commission exams and struggled to survive in a male-dominated police department. She just kept trying, why did she prosper? Describing the interesting events of her own career, Meera also guides the changes she learned from that event. Here are some of the ones I found to be interesting: He thinks that leadership skills should be developed among the youth. Therefore, police officer Meera decided to take a pair of sticks in her hand. ABOUT THE AUTHOR : A 1981 batch IPS officer, Meeran hails from Punjab and did her schooling from Fazilka, A postgraduate in English literature, from DAV college Jalandhar, she completed her Law and Ph.D. from Puna university. She is a Hubert H.Humphery Fellow. Meeran Has worked in Nashik, Kolhapur, Mumbai, Aurangabad, Pune and Delhi.She was Jt.Commissioner Crime Mumbai, Commissioner of Police Pune and Chief of Maharastra Prisons Department. Decorated with President police medal, she is recipient of many awards.She is a strong believer in citizens participation in the work of police and prisons.She currently heads the Bureau of Police Research and Development.