Photo (From Left to Right) Statemates from Madhya Pradesh: Sandeep Agarwal (Late), Shantanu Roy, Shyam Shrivastav, Arvind Pratap Singh, Jitendra Bagga, Anoop Sanghi, V R Ferose(myself), Nitesh Kumar Sukhdev and A Prasanna Kumar
When I got admission into the Regional Engineering College Warangal (RECW) in 1993, it was notorious for…
I managed to get a job (through campus interviews) as a systems analyst at the Chennai- based ERP company Ramco Systems. After a two-month break (after graduation), it was time to board the train to Chennai. My parents were very proud that I had managed to land a job with…
Home, my favorite place in the world
Walls, floor, ceiling
Kitchen, bathroom, bedroom
A place where we live
Laugh and cry,
Fight and make love,
Read and write,
Grieve and party.
We missed you
When we travelled
And came back to
Home sweet home.
I was lost
And found myself.
I can smell
My children, My partner, My books.
Part of our home
Apple, orange, artichoke
Piano, plate, rose
Soap, stone, solitude
All inside our home
We celebrate the
Earthly and eternal
My favorite place in the world, my HOME
(Inspired by Pablo Neruda)
22 books that changed my life (and how)
It is very hard to pick your favorite books because your choices are fluid and can change over time. However, the easiest way is to just go with your memory — pick the ones that touched a deep chord, were very personal…
At the Academy for Engineering we are tasked with celebrating SAP’s engineering pride. It is a return to our roots, to the engineering culture that makes SAP, SAP.
Our approach is to curate and co-create a small portfolio of world-class, immersive, six-month programs, one each for each key actor in…
Every campaign has a start and end day. Our new photo campaign “Everyone is good at something” has a start date (2 April 2021) but no end date… or at least we believe so. We believe the campaign should continue until we have a truly inclusive India — an India…
When our favorite professor from NIT Warangal, Prof R Govindarajulu (fondly called RGR Sir) passed away, our college WhatsApp group was flooded with emotional messages. A group that usually shared occasional messages of birthday wishes and forwarded jokes woke up to reminiscence about our college days of two decades ago.
In front of the New York Public Library sat a tall, bespectacled man wearing brown shorts, a blue t-shirt and a lovely, broad smile. The chair he sat on could just about support him. A few books were kept on a small table with a large sign “Meet the Author”.