Monthly Archives: November 2013

Little Girls Wiser than Their Elders

  Department of Public Instructions, Karnataka, conducts annual cultural and literary competitions at cluster, block, district, and state levels. The event is meaningfully named as Prathibha Karnaji. This year, the competition for Vijayanagar (Bangalore) cluster was conducted on 29 November. Sri … Continue reading

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Some Sticky Notes

A Fortune Global 500 company asked me to conduct a 2-days training course on Software Project Management. The syllabus was prescribed, which included Agile Development Methodologies. I reached the reception 30 minutes before the course was to commence. With polite … Continue reading

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A report in Business Standard

Business Standard has reported on my work with Electoral Rolls.

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Is Mulayam Singh Playing God?

One Harvard Business Review blog states: “Billions of people around the globe are desperately trying to learn English—not simply for self-improvement, but as an economic necessity…recruiters and HR managers around the world report that job seekers with exceptional English compared … Continue reading

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An Audit Report

CEO, Karnataka, published a new version of Electoral Rolls on 03 November at his website. My observations here are limited to the electoral rolls of 28 constituencies of Bangalore. Data quality of the rolls has improved compared with the version … Continue reading

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