A year back Sumukh and his equally talented batch mate Risheek were selected for outofsys, a leading software services company head quartered in the city.
Vicky Narang, who is working in his organization for over 2 years now, and is massively underpaid by industry standards, had been getting peanuts in the name of annual appraisal year on year.
My first MBA admission interview was a great experience, though I was brutally honest but still got booted out; here are some of its excerpts:
Inspired by Salman Khan’s Bajrangi Bhaijaan, Ramu, a software engineer from Hyderabad has started digging tunnel near Gachobowli. Having failed to get H1B visa for fourth time, the desperate IT engineer is now claiming that he had found a new way to travel to US.
After Narayan Murthy spoke about lack of life changing innovations in India for last 60 years, he has highlighted another key point on why Indian techies could not make it big. He gave examples about technology giants like Apple, Google, Disney, Amazon, and HP who have started from garages.
According to close friends of Prakash, who is working in a senior position in the HR department of a reputed IT company is a changed man now days. He hates the word subsidy after listening to PM’s speech to give up LPG subsidy repeatedly on TV and Radio.
Leading software services providers Comfy Inc. and PCS software solutions have decided to include the cost of coffee machines, air-conditioning and internet broadband bills in the Cost-To-Company (CTC) pay package of fresh recruits from campus.
Mexico’s multi billionaire Karlos Fatsos who was once hailed as world’s richest man reported a huge decrease in wealth yesterday after he took an Uber taxi ride from Dadar to Elphinstone Road.
PepsiCo India issued notification about the increase in price which will affect consumers from July 1st. As Indian consumers have become more assertive after the Maggi episode, PepsiCo India spokesperson told us they cannot take any more chance by not highlighting what the packet contains.
Recently a famous IT company shifted its R&D center to the out skirts of Bangalore city. The office is so far from the city; fully charged smart phones will be dead by the time employees reach office.