I travelled to Singapore for a year on a company project. This was the first time I travelled outside of India. I wrote the below observations a couple of days after arriving in India: Side-effects of Onsite return: You tend to press the button ‘1′ instead of ‘0′ at your home lift to reach the… Continue reading Onsite-return ke side effects
Yesterday, we had a fire drill at the place where I work. Neither the emergency alarm beeping loudly, nor the volunteers shouting at the top of their voices asking people to evacuate the premises were able to disrupt the bonding among friends. People first leisurely gathered themselves in their ‘lunch’ groups. And then, descended the… Continue reading Camaraderie – against all odds
Some people live life like a race, only to realize at the end that the prizes are not at the finishing line. Instead the prizes were hidden in the entire race track, that they had covered. Had they been slow and observant enough, they would have surely found them.
Some clarifications first I am not a frequent traveler type. These two adjoining trips are just by coincidence. Mathura station We got down at Mathura station at 7:30 am. The station is not at all clean, and it was a relief when we got out of the station. Our first mode of transport was a… Continue reading Day 1 – Trip to Mathura
—– Written at 4:30 PM on Sep, 11 —– They say, Life is made up of good and bad experiences So far, our stay in Chennai had been quite good. But just on the second last day, the power went off in one of the phases at about 11:50 pm. So only a few of… Continue reading Last 2 days – In Chennai on a training
Testing times are over …as in the test, for which I was preparing yesterday night, was taken today. I scored a decent enough score, but a bigger relief was that 2 tests are over. There’s one still left on the coming Friday though. About the luncheon Today, we went to ‘Rangoli’ in Sarvana Bhavan for… Continue reading Day 17 – In Chennai on a training
Study Time… Not much of updates today, as we are having a test tomorrow in the training, and I still have to read 3 workbooks. This fear of taking tests is officially recognized at the below link: http://www.phobialist.com/ Checkout “Testophobia”