Migration Museum in London displays life story of Deepak from Thrissur
Thrissur: The life story of Deepak, a young man from Thrissur who went to the UK for higher studies ten years ago, is displayed in the Migration Museum of London. The Museum tells the life story of people who migrated to the UK and about those who made their mark in other countries. Deepak Dominic Chevidan, 33, hailing from Thrissur, is the first Malayalee to be part of this Museum.
After completing BSc in Physics from St Aloysius College, Deepak went to the UK to pursue MSc in business management. The same month Deepak arrived in the UK, the government cancelled the two-year work visa for students coming from other countries. Despite the setback, he worked at the Bromley South railway station delivering the Evening Standard newspaper and working at the hotel. Slowly, he started to make advancements in life.
Deepak is currently a Senior Property Sales Negotiator at a reputed Chinese real estate company based in London City. The Migration Museum displays the T-shirt and hat used by him during his time of newspaper distribution for evening standard. Deepak's brief autobiography is also on display.
Deepak was a magazine editor at the college when he was pursuing degree. His marketing experience began when he started getting advertising for the magazine.
After graduation, he had joined the marketing department of Tata Car Showroom in Puzhakkal, Thrissur. He managed to sell 23 Nano cars in a month and became the number one marketer in South India.