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Hello All,

First of all, let me thank Dëv Päträ for inviting me in this chain. This is really nice to know each other in the community.


To my Clients:

                                I am Arijit, a Senior Consultant in Business Intelligence vertical of PricewaterhouseCoopers, India having more than 6.5 years of experience in Business Intelligence, gained from various data warehousing projects with focus on reports, dashboards & scorecards.

I am currently a key resource for any SAP Business Objects related opportunities / assignments in BI industry vertical. I contribute significant part of my bandwidth in client relationship building, providing SME support, creating Reports and Dashboards with SAP Business Objects reporting tools for different client verticals.

To Others:

                                I am Arijit. I am from a beautiful village called Maynaguri in the district of Jalpaiguri in West Bengal, India. I am the only child of my parents and have been married since last one year. I completed my secondary and higher secondary education from Jalpaiguri Zilla School, the oldest(Estd. 1876) and most prestigious school in the district. After that, I moved to Kolkata for graduation. I completed B.E. in Computer Science and Engineering from Jadavpur University. After graduating in 2007, I joined TCS, Kolkata as a fresher and switched to PwC in 2010. Now, time to share some photos :

My Family:

My Birthplace:

A view of Kanchanjunga from Teesta river bed



My birthplace in the map


My School:

My College:


With my Colleagues:

I guess already many members shared a lot of fun facts about India. So, let me share a fun fact about myself which people do not know :

               When I go for shopping with my wife, it’s me who selects her dresses 🙂 . The funny side is she does not know that I do it myself because it saves both my time and money 😛 .



Dëv Päträ, in his BIF, did not ask anything about me. Instead, he asked two questions about himself. Well, Dev, I have gone through your blog and really enjoyed it. Here are the answers:

1. Your ambition is to be a good human being(which I am sure you are) and to become an SAP MM consultant.

2. Your best friend is Rana Koley.

  • What is the best lesson your parents taught you?

          Planning before any task.


  • What do you think are thekey elements for a successful project?

          Proper requirement analysis, effort estimation and planning.

  • What do you most enjoy on SCN?

          Answering questions from other members.

  • What is the best resource of information on SCN?

          To me, the most useful ones are wiki pages and how-to documents.

  • What is your hobby?

          I love to photograph nature. I have a small album in the Nat Geo website. Your feedback is most welcome.

I would like to BIF to :

Suman Thangadurai

Chandrasekhar Reddy kothapalli

Sathish Kumar

Ruks Pathirage

Somya Sharma

Gitesh Garg

Deepanshu Sharma

( ** If you guys are surprised to see yourselves listed here, please read about the BIF Challenge which, I am sure, you will find very exciting. )

It would be nice if they can answer the following questions :

1. What are the forums you follow other than SCN ?

2. What you dislike the most inside SCN ?

3. How much your college studies help you in your professional life ?

That’s it guys. I hope I did not waste too much of your time. Thanks a lot and your comments and suggestions are most welcome. Looking forward to get more and more interesting blogs from others 🙂 .

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  1. Dibyendu Patra

    Nice to know about you.

    You were in TCS (Kolkata). I am also in Kolkata (till now). You switched to PwC in 2010, is it in Kolkata ?

    Are you still staying in Kolkata ?

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  2. Pedro Freitas

    Hey Arjit! Great idea you had to introduce yourself to clients and to others, I liked that. I also liked your fun fact because I usually do the same when I have a girlfriend 🙂 plus you get to choose something you like too, right? I just published my Blog It Forward – Pedro Freitas, it has some cool facts on Brazil!

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  3. Nitin Jinagal

    Hi Arijit,

    Nice to know about you. You actually come from a beautiful place. And your shopping skills must be very good, Im yet to convince my wife for the choices I made in shopping. Though, it couldn’t save any of time, but surely extra money was spent with some typical lovely comments 😀

    NJ

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