Starting a journey of Telecom Engineer was not something fascinating. Again, declaring a finish move was not too easy. But something different was decided by fate. That is how I started my journey for MBA. I guess now the time is approaching where I need to think about a new title for my blog.
This post isnot so boring (I know u dont think them so ) , a small tour to this weeks end days. Not much pressure, little coolness. Actually I felt I always have showcased earlier how much stress & risks are there in our job, well but I think in life there should be always lots of positivity.
ays are too busy to understand whats going around me. At least I somehow manage to have my lunch just in time. Work pressure is no doubt increasing as JIO’s project phase is being streamlined to meet some point in nearby months (I assume). Multiple vertical demands, multipurpose work culture,
Hello all, It was a little bit discontinuation – I was unable to make some updates for some couple of days.
It was a short gap between workaholic days while Idea project was almost finished, there were no more RF activities & as well the busy days came to a pause moment.
I had received lots of requests about demonstration of Telecom case studies, why this happens, how this happens etc among which most hot topic was Why call drop happens or Reasons for call drop or How to overcome call drop . Well, frankly the whole can not be discussed in a single post or in some few paragraphs.
It was almost 7pm, I was having a deep sleep.
Cellphone started to buzz.
“Are you ready? The cab is being called.”
(cleaning throat pretending that I was pretty aware & ready as well) “Yeah! is the authorization letter ready?”
“Yes! we are on the way,
My bus arrived at Itanagar at almost 7AM, a little bit of delay than expectation– as the road conditions were pathetic after the landslides in Arunachal Pradesh. Due to the whole night’s journey I felt intestinal pressure from the bus already, after the ILP (Inner line permit for Arunachal Pradesh) checking,