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Vikash Kumar
Vikash Kumar

Vikash Kumar

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Family Background
I belong from a middle class family. My father he is a service man. My mother housewife.
About Myself
About my educational qualification I have done 10th & 12th from Delhi. Now even pursuing BBA. I am so emotional. I love to sleep watching movies riding bikes.
Spare time activities
Playing video games watching tv.
Favorite Books and Articles
I read Highly Effective People,
Most influenced factor
My career objective was to be successful in my field. Those who discouraged me, didnot believe in me, insulted me are the most influential "people" in my life as they gave me the reason to prove myself and drove me towards my aim to be successful.
Challenges facing by students
actually the one problem is tv and drugs and how do i know this? i'm a teen i should know these things. We teens want to practice what we see on tv everyday and the internet doesn't help as you see other teens looking at porn and soon they will be practising it! why? you may ask. probably because they want to fit in or they just want to make themselves feel good!
Most flourishing college experience
My most rewarding college experience occurred even before I arrived on campus as a freshman. Two weeks prior to orientation day, the college offered an "outward bound" program that first year students could participate in. During those two weeks, I overcame fears, made life long friends, and gained the self-confidence I needed to start my college journey.
Time Management
1. Separate the tasks into priorities (1,2,3...)
2. Determine which of the highest priorities are directly revenue (customer) related. They would be first
3. For all high priority tasks, what can you delegate? What can you separate into smaller unit tasks that help achieve the goal?
4. Are all of the tasks that are 'top' priority all incumbent on you to complete? Are there other 'deliverables' which must happen before you accomplish your part?

last but not least...
when faced with multiple high priority tasks, ask your boss to prioritize them.
My uniqueness
There is nothing remarkable about someone who is constantly trying to be like other people. Be yourself and be the best you that you can possibly be.
Additional information
Students, when your college interviewer asks you a question, give an honest answer, not one that just wedges in a list of your most impressive accomplishments.
First Job Expectation
Communication Skills, Handling Skills.
Favorite subject
my strongest was always English/Literature things of that nature.
my weakest was definitely MATH! especially when you start adding letters and decimals.
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