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Nita NambiarHelloI am a student of PMIR batch of 2002 into myu second year at XL and am eager to get in touch with our alumniNITA NAMBIAR


about 3 days agoReport

K.n. VenkataramanHi Nita,My name is K N Venkataraman (KNV for short) and I am from the BMD 1990 batch.I live in Ottawa and am with the Export Development Corporation of Canada- an apex FI that finances the exports in Canada - as the Head of Treasury Risks.My wife Madhavi is into web-enabled wireless communication for Customer Relationship Management.It is nice that you wish to get in touch with alumni - let me know a bit more about yourself and if there is anything you need afrom me pls let me know: my email isknvenkataraman'at'yahoo.comAll the best,-KNV


about 16 hours agoReport

Gautam Ghoshhey KNV nice meeting you here!Hi Nita, I am from the batch of 1999 (not too far back!) and am in Hyderabad (not as far as KNV from Jampot!) working in the eLearning initiative in Satyam Computers. My wife is currently unemployed and her name is Ekta.keep in touch,Bye,GG (IR '99)


about 12 hours agoReport

Renuka Devihi...am joining the 2003 batch..any gyan? anything u wished u had known before u got in? i know i'm a control freak ;-)


about 23 hours agoReport

Gautam GhoshHello there XLer!Yes, that’s what one is called for the rest of his/her life once (s)he has made it to XLRI. It is a name shared with a special bunch of people, past and present, a brotherhood (or sisterhood, if you insist) of the people who change the face of corporate India and global business.As one gets ready to be an XLer, myriad questions are in the mind. And so, here’s a snapshot of what awaits at one of India’s oldest B-schools.Jamshedpur …To begin with, a few words on Jamshedpur, the city of steel inhabited by ten lakh people. As one alights at the Tatanagar railway station, the city that meets one’s eye is not unlike any other Indian city one may have seen. But as the auto-rickshaw whizzes its way into the city proper, the roads smooth out, trees line your way, and the cleanliness of it all cannot fail to strike one. No, Jamshedpur is not the typical Bihar. It is maintained with care and is the perfect setting for a B-school like XLRI.Incidentally, it takes fifty rupees from the station to XLRI by auto.During an Xler’s period of stay, (s)he discovers the city…upmarket Bistupur, downtown Sakchi, lush green Jubilee Park, tranquil Dimna lake; … and from ‘HongKong’ and ‘Chinatown’ to ‘Karnail Singh’s Dhaba’, Pizza Puram and ‘Madsam’, one would have dined at them all!XLRI …One of the oldest B-schools in the country, XLRI counts amongst the very best of B-schools Asia has to offer. Though ranked right up there, XLRI is not resting on it’s laurels. With major initiatives being undertaken, it is expected to be the numero uno soon. And it probably does not come to one as a surprise that in the field of Personnel Management and Industrial Relations, there is hardly anyone who can hold a candle to XLRI in the whole of Asia.Situated in the sylvan surroundings of Jamshedpur, the campus covers an area of ab


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