Hi All 🙂
For those who are not aware of Blog it Forward Challenge,enjoy it here.
Started by Moshe Naveh, this exciting initiative is about People’s dreams, ambitions etc. You can find list of people have joined this challenge already. I can guarantee you are gonna love it. 🙂 I really admire Moshe for this wonderful and brilliant idea from bottom of my heart. 😛
If you wish to Join #BIF challenge and you haven’t been tagged yet. Please list your details here. Someone will blog it forward to you . 😀
My Name is Jitendra (meaning Conqueror) Kansal. My friends call me with my nick name ‘JK’, ‘Jeetu’. I have been assosiated with Infosys for almost last 3 years. Currently i am working as Mobility Consultant over here. SAP world especially mobility is new track for me and i am happy that i am enjoying it. 🙂
Fun Fact about My Country ‘India’:
- India exports software to 90 countries.
- India is the largest English speaking nation in the world.
- India has the second largest pool of Scientist and Engineers in the World.
- India is about 1/3 the size of the United States, yet it is the second most populour country in the world, with a population of 1,166,079,217. India is the seventh largest country in the world, at 1.27 million square miles.
- India’s Cherrapnuji is the wettest places on earth, receiving 425 inches of rain every year.
- India is the only country other than US and Japan, to have built a super computer indeigenously.
- A bigger movie market than America and Canada combined, India sold 3.2 billion tickets last year.
- India is the world’s second largest importer of arms and has spent $50 billion on defense purchases in the last decade.
- Algebra, Trigonometry and Calculus were originated in India.
- India invented the number system. Zero was invented by Aryabhatta.
…… list never ends. 😀
Fun Fact about My HomeTown:
Over 230 species of birds are known to have made the National Park their home. It is also a major tourist centre with scores of ornithologists arriving here in the hibernal season. It was declared a protected sanctuary in 1971. It is also a declared World Heritage Site.
some of the PIX i would like to share with you.
Fun Facts about My College Life:
I completed my Electronic & Communication Engineering from SASTRA University, Tamilnadu, South India in 2010. I never imagined in my dreams that i would had to travel 2500 km for pursuing my engineering. 😎 But it had been awesome experience being away from home, living in totally different area of India, enjoying college hostel life with friends from almost every part of India. 🙂
One of the memorable pix of our DUDE group.
Fun Facts about ‘Infosys’:
Infosys among top India-based IT services company is an multinational provider of business consulting, technology, engineering and outsourcing services.
- Infosys started with $250 and 7 people in a tiny office
- first Indian company to be listed on NASDAQ
- BEIJING Olympic Stadium: 2.1 Million Sq feet
Infosys Education Infrastructure: over 7 Million Sq Feet
- Cost of sending a shuttle into space: $400 Million
Cost of Building Infosys Training Campus: $450 Million
- Max no of Graduates from MIT in a single year: 10340
No of people Infosys can train in a single session:14500
- No of Employees 156688 in 76 nations,spread across 26 countries (33% women, 150+ physical disabilities)
- Cut Down Annual CO2 emission by 1,207,835KG
- 9 Out of 100 Applicants make it into HARVARD , Only 1 out of 100 makes it into Infosys
(Infosys Educational Training Institute)
What do you most enjoy on SCN?
- I can find the best solution provided by the extraordinary experts for an issue at any time.
- Live details of any events organized by SAP or other partners
- Getting valuable information after reading someone’s blogs,documents, threads etc.
Share a fun fact/story about yourself that people don’t know.
Whenever i get a chance to learn a new speaking language, first thing i generally learn is how to say “I Love You” in that particular language. 😉
In response to Jason’s BIF, I will answer the following questions:
What inspires you?
One of my favorite question. 🙂 I am inspired by learning new things,interacting with different people from different regions with different backgrounds and cultures. There are few Quotations which have been really insirational for me.
Today is my day. Never think about Past and never worry about Future.
I am an engineer so believe in mathematics which is the most concise and precise way of communicating the ideas and i never believe in long pages of communication.
This moment is not permanant in my life. (I read this sentence whenever i am happy/sad.)
If you give me rice, i will eat it today
but if you tell me how to grow it, I will eat it every day.
If you could be a superhero, who would you be
Wow.. 😛 another interesting and exciting imagination. I am not sure i would want to be a superhero. During my childhood i used to watch SHAKTIMAN (Man with Power). He is a fictional Indian superhero.He follows the morals and ethical values of truth, non-violence. I would really go for it. 😀
In response to an earlier Moshe’s BIF, I will answer the following questions:
What was your dream job as a kid?
To be very honest, i never believe in dreams. I always follow my heart. 😐
I am kinda not answering this question.
What is your favorite place in the world?
I wish I could say, however, I have never really travelled outside of India. Is it too corny to say home? Truly India is a wonderful country.
But Amsterdam is one of my fav places.
What was the most fun project you ever participated in and why?
The Infosys’ Rural Reach Program (RRP) at Haryana, India on Dec, 2012.
An Initiative taken by Infosys-SPARK Team for gathering of more than 5000 students from approximately 31 schools to develop their interest in education and to help them to choose their career path.
RRP module is targeted at promoting computer awareness and literacy among rural school children. RRP is a one-day computer awareness programme, aimed at students from classes 5 to 7, studying in rural schools, and delivered in the local language.
This gives us the confidence to look at this pool of talent even more aggressively going ahead. Infosys has contributed more than 50,000 trained people to the country, making a concrete difference to the availability of trained manpower in India.
Blogging It Forward
I’d like to blog it forward to the following people:
Sastry Duvvuri ; pankaj jain; Priyanka Musale; Basheer Ahmed ; Amal Aloun ; Virinchy P ; Ramagiri Srinivas Rao ; Abhay Parekh; Chandrasekhar Reddy kothapalli ; Nandakumar S Nair ; Divya Vidyanandan Prabhu ; Pedro Freitas ; Nanreshsing Sungkur ; Benjamin Onyango ;Faisal PC; Alessandro Iannacci; John Taylor ; Ketaki Rao ; Sam Alexander ; Daniel Kleiman ;Santhosh Gowda; Dallas Marks ; Viswanatha Reddy; Mahaveer Jain ; Clavy Celestine
and I would be happy if they could answer these:
1) What makes you smile/laugh?
2) Had you not been into software at all, where would you have been?
3) What is the craziest thing you would have done in your life? 🙂
Remember the rules of the game:
– Follow the Blog It Forward Chain in order to be updated when the people you blog it forward to post the links to their “Blog It Forward” blogs.
– Read Moshe’s blog again to make sure you follow the rules in your own blog:
- Provide an introduction to yourself
- Provide a fun fact about your country or yourself
- Add a cool picture of yourself or your homeland/town
- Answer specific questions that were “Blog It Forward” to you
- Answer 3-4 optional questions from the bank of questions provided below. Or choose to answer questions you make-up on your own.
- Create 1-2 personalized questions you would like to blog forward
- List at least 2 people who you are blogging it forward to. Share why you choose them. Link to their SCN profile by typing @ and then their name (e.g @HisName).
- Ask the community to follow the Blog It Forward Chain in order to be updated when the people you “Blog It Forward” to post the links to their “Blog It Forward” blogs.
Thanks for reading my blog. Your Comment/suggestions are most welcome.
Looking forward to read everyone’s Blog It Forward.