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Back on writing Pad :-)

Guys , i m writing again after a long time, ofcourse i know that i'll have to start with an excuse... why m nt writing ? Excuse for this...!! But days have been odd in my life, i hardly found the zeal, time and committment to write, blame it on my stupid routine, or the blend of problems i was grilled into...

Well , on one side i have thousands of new developments tht i'll like to discuss, but on the other side , there are ample of doubts where to begin from... I seriously have lot the touch with this blog... fortunately part for me , some reader felt that i m not writing new posts and a request for writin came from him.... this might have acted as a trigger and made me click few buttons of the key board.... 2009 has seen a scarcity of the personal posts i have written in this blog... i dont know how to keep the momentum of writing on... Ab bhi i thought around ten times, on the things tht i should write...

Well, for me professionally , the year started with one of the greatest experiences of life... I got an opportunity to get groomed in the real corporate environment with one of the best names in the world... Yes.. i m talking abt Ogilvy and Mather Limited, where i did my ON JOB training this time... i remember tht in one of my last posts, i was making a regret statement tht i havent joined the training yet, but in actual it became a nice experience for me, Like the Hardwork, this time patience gave me a confirmed PAYOFF...

Thanks to my Faculty Fav Rajan Sir , who became a source of this opportunity... besides this i'll acknowledge all the ppl of OGILVY who could keep in the office for a continuous period of 30 days... :-) :-) Ogilvy experience was just not a normal training experience, Like their clients , i got a 360 development opportunity there... It became an allround opportunity.. Used to hear abt Gurgaon, bt actually got a chance to live there for a month..!! life is fast.. and u need to move without the application of prompt breaks....

Came back from ogilvy... Joined the dept.. quite late... almost a month late... found the two sets of ppl in dept... one - who really missed me from heart... two- who felt tht i'll never be back got bit upset.. :-)... kiddin... THanks to everyone in class for being a great support in all respects... i never thought tht they would be missin me so nicely and i'll get such a decent comebackkkk....
Thank u Almighty.. Touchwoood.............

Semester in the dept was not the conventional like.. it had new flavors this time... May be i joined late , so i found changes or i wsnt the part of change..!!

Well lot to discuss next time... I m hoping to make a comeback on LIVEankit..

Keep Smilingggg...

Jai Mata Di

Ankitttttttttttttt

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M_U_K_U_N{U_V} said…
hi ankit me too back on blooger to pass comments...... :)

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