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Dinesh Kumar
Dinesh Kumar

Dinesh Kumar

Technical Support Engineer

Axis computech & peripherals (p) ltd.

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My important career decision
No. I always think that all my decisions were made because I think it is good for me and the people around. If something went wrong along the way I will always consider it as a good experience. When I make a mistake in making a decision I don't regret it I learn from it and will not do it again.
Goals and Ambitions
I see myself progressing in my field as well as in the company, learning new skills to the benefit of the company. I find this job very challenging and motivating. I can see many challenges ahead and therefore, willing to invest my five years time learning all aspects of the job towards professional advancement. "
My role model
Great response....Honoring and inspiring are two different things for me though. While I myself, honor my parents more than anything, I don't feel the same way with my inspiration. Our parents made lots of mistakes, well mine did anyway! After thinking about this a little bit with regards to Christopher Cop, I don't think you can have just one. Guess it all depends on what you think "Role Model" means. Love you Mom and Dad!
My advice
Everyone's workplace is a little different, but when it boils down to it, we all face the same set of challenges at a new job. You'll probably need to start at the bottom of the totem pole even if you're an experienced worker, and integrating yourself into the company culture is a lot harder than you think. Keeping your expectations in check is a good place to start.
Managing professional as well as personal life
After getting engaged the behaviour of my boss should be completely change..
He is a very good person, but after knowing about this, the situation of office totally changed. There is so much leave issues as well as now my each minute has been counted.. i am sufficiently complete my hours then also..
I can understand that after knowing that one employee will leave company after a year this reaction is obvious but.. it affects in my personal life..
I can;t get the leaves which i deserve... n now they decided not to allow phone calls and mobile in the company.

Daily i complete my work efficiently, i had never sacrifice my work for my personal life, for me professional life is first... but now i can\'t make the balance.

attribution http://www.citehr.com/382533-how-manage-personal-professional-life.html#ixzz2S0sBwsPq
Company and job profile
My name is Dinesh Kumar. I am living in Delhi at Aya Nagar. I have completed bachelor in Arts from Rajasthan University. And now pursuing MCA from IGNOU. I have completed diploma in hardware networking and security system from IACM Smart learn LTD. New Delhi. I am certified with MCSE. I have total 2years and 10 months experience in technical process. I have 6 months experience in Axis Computech & peripherals PVT. Ltd. New Delhi. After that 1 Year and 6 months experience in Intarvo Technologies LTD. New Delhi. And now working on Boston Technology Group
During this period, I have learnt much. I learned the values of teamwork and commitment, how to win, how to work hard, how to concentrate and focus on goals, and how to balance my time and priorities. The passing years offered me a good chance to give full play to my creativity, intelligence and diligence.
I am handling the all desktop support and network support.
My strongest Skill
1. Leadership skills

2. Interpersonal skills

3. Problem-solving skills

4. Self-motivation

5. Efficient

6. Detail-oriented

7. The ability to prioritize

8. Team player

9. Reliable

10. The ability to multitask
Making job easier
1. Install all updates required by your IT department.
2. Install only licensed programs.
3. Don't install different versions of software.
4. Let IT know when hardware isn't working.
5. Let IT know when you need something.
6. Don't download programs from Internet sites you don't trust.
7. Be aware of suspicious emails.
8. Use online support resources.
Being different
I know from my experience of delivering training programs and seminars on improving confidence and self esteem, that when participants are asked to state just five of their best qualities a hushed embarrassment fills the room. "I don't know," is the most common response.

Conversely, we're all a lot better at listing our faults and failings and can get onto that task without any difficulty! It's like most of us haven't even dared to think about the question, "What's good about me?" - if that's you, then it's even more important that you read on.
My achievement
Actually my biggest achievement was yet to come.
Books recommended
MCSE books, CCNA books and related to technical books.
Family Background
i have one brother. he is working in IMI as Electrician Engineer. My mother is housewife and my father is Supervisor in IMI.
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