Hlo i hv done my schooling frm convent and graduation(b.com) from patna university and mba also frm patna univrsity. Stylish, well mannered, respectful to elders, supporting caring and comfortably able to manage in all types of situations......and currently I am working as Assistant Manager in Axis Bank posted at Noida.
My sister is employed in government/psu Sector as a banking professional with a Bachelor's degree. She currently lives in Jamalpur. We come from an upper middle class, joint family background with traditional values.
People describe her as understanding, confident, family oriented, helpful and independent.
Her hobbies and interests are listening to music, nature and traveling.
Hi, myself aman pal , working under the government sector (steel authority of india, durgapur) on the post of junior engineer and my job is non transferable.i have alloted govt. quater in beautiful township, Durgapur.I belong from Patna. I have done B.tech from B.I.T Sindri.My elder brother is also civil engineer in NHPC.
My name is Vikash kumar and I am working as a Senior Software Engineer in an MNC Bangalore, I did Master of Computer Application from Sathyabama University Chennai, I born up in middle class family and am basically from Bihar but at present I am in Bangalore and my parents are in Bihar.
My name is Shashikant Rajpal and I am working as a guest Lecturer in the Ranchi University. I have completed my Ph.D (Engineering) in Nanotechnology. I grew up in a Middle Class, well educated Nuclear Family with Liberal Values. I am youngest in my family with elder brother working as Software professional in Bangalore and elder sister who is a housewife. My Father is retired govt officer and my mother is currently working as teacher in govt. school.
My brother is pursuing Ph.D. in Sanskrit. In addition, he is a technical graduate holding B.Tech. Degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering. Since he is having knowledge in both the field i.e. Sanskrit and Engineering and he is fluent in English too, this additional ability will help him out to do his work well beyond the prescribed sphere of Sanskrit. After completion of his Ph.D. program, he will join his post-doctoral studies in Germany. Professor Hans Harder (HOD, Dept. of Indology, University of Heidelberg, Germany) has assured him this. And then he wants to get absorbed into academics as an Assistant Professor in any of the Central University. So that his potential can be utilized in a best-diversified possible fabric, giving meaningful existence to him. The present job is only a path for him, not the destination.