Tag: Job

  • one year at indiatimes

    29 September 2010 oh  just realized it’s been a year i have logged out of makaan.com and signed into times internet limited.  The year has been full of excitement and challenges.  I pulled my self out from a state of non working and retirment and had a stupendeo fantabulous time working with team communities.  Its been an amazing…

  • Logging out from makaan.com

    Now when i am logging off as a product manager for makaan.com after two and a half year, i am tempted to peep into the past and relive some of the moments that i’ll cherish for life. My session with makaan begins with an email request (typical web 2.0 style) to aditya verma (business head & vp,…

  • Product offsite at Karjat (Mumbai)

    Product offsite at Karjat (Mumbai)

    Off-sites trainings are fun and this is my second off-site training camp in People Interactive within six months. Now this is advantage of managing multiple portfolios and slogging.  I got to go out with both software and product offsite to take break from work at makaan. My last visit to Daman with software team was…

  • Examination Results

    Examination Results

    I came across an interesting mailer from naukri.com in my inbox and it brings back memories of yesteryears examination results.  March-April has always been the most tense months throughtout life. Since my earliest memories these months will mean loads of tension and sleepless nights. All the hard work & efforts are put on test and then…

  • Job Hunt 2.0

    Job Hunt 2.0

    Mediums are changing and so do the people. Snail mails to email and still evolving. The way employees and employers are connecting to each other has seen a marked change over period. Both are trying to woo each other with innovative means. Resumes on CD have now moved to online space in form of Videos…

  • Monday Blues

    Good Morning Monday. Hmmm.. You are here again to pull me out of my cozy quilt. Since the day I am introduced to you I wished you missed your date with new week. But you come week after week without fail. Wonder why don’t you go on sick leave or take a casual leave.   But then on second thought,…