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Could have prepared for IAS Exam.
Working Life Management:
I read one novel, write 4-5 articles per week. Being an avid reader, writing comes as a supplement. Used to play Violin, listen to Indian Classical Music in my leisure time. That keeps my work life moving.
Market Research and Business Journalism
Advice For New Professionals:
Keep learning and working hard @ workplace. Never lose you confidence in yourself and rest would be assured.
Don't believe in shortcuts, I keep learning, try to learn faster than my colleagues do. That's the only way to leadership..
Believe in facts and not what one says. Different surveys sometimes differ in facts. Kindly go through their parameters and the methodology adopted before concluding something based on these surveys. Some of the websites that help learn the coverage and way of reporting are http://www.cjr.org, http://www.hbr.org, www.nytimes.com and www.thehindu.com. From journalistic POV, I would like to refer 'The Universal Journalist' by David Randall. Arun Shouries's 'The World of Fatwas' does say the kind of preparation one must do before covering some issue, particularly when the information is not easily available.
In my role as Features Writer (SEARCH & Smart Logistics), I wrote on the issues that are of strategic relevance for Manufacturing, SCM and General Engineering Industries, such as theirs market intelligence, technology adoption product portfolio optimization, M&A, etc.
The Journey So Far:
With an overall experience of 3 yrs. I have interviewed some of the greatest business tycoons, Scientists and strategists. An electronics engineer turned business journalist, I have eclectic passion of learning and in fact have become learned from being the unlearned one in a very short span.
The Decisions That Matter
Every decision in my life has been important - good or bad. I think your process of working is important. Ultimately it's your dedication, efficiency and approach towards meeting the gap do matter more than your decisions.
Degrees That Matter:
Yes, I want to pursue PHD in tech-innovative modelling of various processes.
My final year project - transformers, a robot that could move like a car and could transform itself into a walking robot. It was a unique project that time in India.