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Blog It Forward – Ankita Chhabra

Hello all,

I was blog forwarded by Ramesh .  in his blog http://scn.sap.com/community/abap/blog/2013/08/27/blog-if-forward–ramesht and Jitendra Kansal at http://scn.sap.com/community/about/blog/2013/06/13/blog-it-forward–jitendra-kansal. Thank you guys for inviting me and giving me a chance to share something about myself. This is really a nice platform to get to know one another.

Personal introduction :


My name is Ankita and I belong to Rajasthan. Currently I am working in ABAP and CRM at gandhinagar, Gujarat. I am a fresher and a new bee in SAP. I like to gather the knowledge as much as possible. And for this reason, I joined SCN, which helps me in solving my problems and to know many new things. I am learning garba(Gujarati folk dance) alongwith SAP πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

     I love to play T.T and  badminton. I become passionate about the things I do, may it be dance, work or sports. I like to get completely involved in whatever I do.

Fun Facts about my country “INDIA”:

Dharti sunhari  ambar neela

Har mausam rangeela

Aisa des hai mera…

It means that my land is the place where the land is golden , the sky is blue and everything is so colourful πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

It is place where you may find vivid flora, fauna, castes, religions, cultures and what not. But the most important quality is the UNITY i.e.

we may be very different but are all interrelated to one another and establish ourselves as one.

This photograph represents the scenic beauty of my homeland Jaipur (The pink city). It is Aamer fort.

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Fun Fact About My place :

Jaipur is known as the pink city (gulaabi nagri) because each building is of pink colour.

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In response to questions asked by Ramesh ., I would like to reply as follows:

What quality’s required to be a good ABAP Programmer?

According to me, to become a good ABAP programmer, you should be very focused and dedicated. You should always understand the need that is required to work as a good programmer. For that you should not consider that you will work only during office hours or in a fixed amount of time. You should be very flexible and open enough to gain more and more knowledge.

Had you not been into software at all, where would you have been?

I would have been a MBBS by now. As I had biology till senior secondary. I was thinking to go to medical field but then I realized that I should go to software. πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ Sudden change of plan.

Or if even not that, I would have been in fashion world πŸ˜€ …

What is your best moment in life?

Each time when I topped in school or college or even at the time of recruitment, the spark and the proud in my parents’ eyes is always the best moment.

Who has inspired and motivated you the most?

My grandfather has always inspired and motivated me. He used to tell me a lot of stories about how should we behave in each and every scenario and how to handle everything.

Questions I would like to ask:


If you could be a super hero (or are in your spare time) who would you be?

What do you enjoy most in your work and why?

What is your professional life dream?     

   

I would like to pass the baton to:

shiti anand rai

sadbhawana sharma

Chandra Shekhar Agarwal

Jimit Vadher

Jimit Vadher

     To know more about BIF, refer this blog. Blog It Forward Community Challenge. Once you complete the BIF, update your details in      the BIF chain – Blog It Forward Chain

Thank you for making me a part of this chain and letting me express myself.

Regards,

Ankita Chhabra.


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