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Job Role : Customer Support Executive
No of Openings:- 65
Client :- Leading BPO/KPO
Will be accountable to quantity and quality of calls to be made on daily basis.
Job Description Should be fluent in communication in languages
- Hindi, Tamil,Kannada any one more South Indian Langage & English.
* Knowledge of other languages will be an added advantage
* Should call and convince customers
* Should clear any querries the customers may ask
* Should accurately capture the result of the call and enter in computer
* Should intelligently handle objections / reservations of customers
Minimum of 1 year experience in customer support over phone in insurance domain
Should have performed well in earlier assignments
Should be a graduate and good scorer through out the academics
Should possess very good communication skills, tele-sales, computer savvy.
We are looking for a profile with energy and enthusiasm
please send across your updated profile in word format plus send your voice samples in mp3 format with your contact details to
/firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
The opportunity extends to your friends and Colleagues
who have the skill and potential to WIN as a excelling position.
We look forward to hearing from you at the earliest.
Thiyagarajakumar Ramaswamy BTech,MBA,MBL,SAP,PMP,PH.D ( Mime-Theatre ) , Ph.d in Quantitative Research,Evaluation and Measurement (QREM) in Education Policy and Leadership
Kalaanantarupah RPO Consultants-Leadership Stage
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Sunday, April 21, 2013
Maths wizard Shakuntala Devi, a human computer, no more rip - we can make her dreams as reality in the coming days ~ Leadership Stage Director Thiyagarajakumar Ramaswamy
RIP: Maths wizard Shakuntala Devi, a human computer, no more
* The maths prodigy who was born on November 4, 1939 in a poor family could not get good formal education, but Shakuntala's genius defied all the conventional norms of attaining knowledge. She was admitted to St Theresa's Convent in Chamarajpet for class I, but had to drop out as her parents could not afford the monthly fee of Rs 2
* She grew up in the slum-like environs of Gavipuram Guttahalli. Shakuntala Devi's father was a circus artist. It was once while she was playing cards with her father at the age of three that it was discovered that she is a calculating genius. When Shakuntala Devi was just 6 years old she demonstrated her calculation skills at the University of Mysore.
Awards and Achivement
* Legendary Mathematics wizard Shakuntala Devi, dubbed as the world's fastest 'human computer' and who made complex mental calculations as a child prodigy, died at a hospital here today following respiratory problems.
* In 1977, she received a standing ovation from an audience of learned mathematicians when she extracted the 23rd root of a 201-digit number in just 50 seconds. A high-powered and sophisticated computer then took 62 seconds.
* On 18 June in 1980, she solved the multiplication of two 13-digit numbers 7,686,369,774,870 x 2,465,099,745,779 that were randomly picked by the computer department of Imperial College in London. And this, she did in 28 seconds flat. Her correct answer to this multiplication sum was 18,947,668,177,995,426,462,773,730 setting up a Guinness Record.
* Shakuntala Devi figured in the Guiness Book of World Record for her outstanding ability and wrote numerous books like 'Fun with Numbers', 'Astrology for You', 'Puzzles to Puzzle You', and 'Mathablit'.
Shakuntala's unfinished mission
The maths wizard had a vision to make learning of mathematics easy for children and set up a mathematics university in her name. She wanted to encourage research in vedic mathematics, but the genius has passed away before realising her wish
We can Make her Dreams as a Reality in the coming days
~ Thiyagarajakumar Ramaswamy Phd Mime-Theatre
Ph.d in QREM - Leadership Education and Policy
Ph.d In Mime Theatre,MBL,MBA,BTech
Saturday, April 13, 2013
Thursday, March 21, 2013
Master of Mime Marcel Marceau 90th Birthday (22nd March) –Silent Salute Deserves lour cheer to The Artist.
Master of Mime Marcel Marceau's 90th Birthday (22nd March) –Silent Salute Deserves lour cheer to The Artist.
Marceau held honorary Doctorate in mime theatre from Ohio State University, the same university awarded Doctorate in Mime Theatre and Doctorate in Quantitative Research, Evaluation, and Measurement(QREM) in Education Policy and Leadership to our KalaAnantarupah Director Thiyagarajakumar Ramaswamy
Our Leadership Stage Mime Theatre Mission -It will also be dedicated to Marcel Marceau
• To contribute to scholarly inquiry and support educational practice at related areas of the education institutes.
• To prepare the students as Leaders with expertise in QREM.
• To complement the methodological and professional offerings of the School of educational policy and Leadership
• Applied measurement in elementary,secondary and college education within the context of program,product, or personnel evaluations, with are on validity evidences for the use of instruments,fairness in testing, and program effectiveness.
• Statistical methods, with an emphasis on single and multilevel generalized linear models, evaluation of professional development and health/education interventions, particularly for decease prevention; secondary analysis of large-scale databases, capacity building for community –based organizations, translate evidence –based interventions.
• Applied measurement and assessment,with an emphasis on validity analysis and testing as an educational reform lever, evaluation of educational program for underprivileged children and families ; innovate research methods and testing.
• Expanding knowledge in education
• It is fact that mime is not widely practised in our country. But gradually we are getting students interested in mime. We hope Our KalaAnantarupah's Leadership Stage Mime Theatre Group will play an important role in developing the art in the country.
• The founding of Leadership Stage Mime Theatre, a successful India personal growth and empowerment company, is based on legend Thiyagarajakumar Ramaswamy , the Leadership Stage Mime nonverbal communication master, developing his cutting edge "Leadership Stage Messages Inside the Mime" seminars to help improve the verbal and nonverbal communication (body language) skills of people from all walks of life and occupational backgrounds.
• Legend Thiyagarajakumar Ramaswamy is a recognized speaker, teacher, writer and trainer, a 15-year leading media sales executive and accomplished stage actor, mime and singer. Throughout his career, he has used his experience, triumphs and achievements to motivate and inspire his peers in entertainment and broadcast media marketing. After so many years in media marketing.
• Thiyagarajakumar Ramaswamy, through his company, Leadership Stage Mime Theatre, has developed an exciting new vision of how to empower people and businesses to reach greater potentials through leadership Stage nonverbal communication awareness training, a unique take on body language understanding. With his background, being a professional Mimer and years of using body language in media marketing;
Thiyagarajakumar Ramaswamy brings originality to his keynote speeches, workshops and seminars. His perspective on body language awareness is topical and humorous!! He uses an interactive approach with a sense of excitement and fun to increase people's sense of self-worth and the power of their inherent verbal and nonverbal communication skills. Thiyagarajakumar Ramaswamy 's workshops are an epiphany for people. They teach individuals and companies the nonverbal tools and techniques they need to develop new mind sets to create new possibilities in their lives, be more productive in their personal and business lives. For individuals and companies that learn and employ these skill sets, the results personally and to the bottom line are phenomenal.
• Our Leadership Stage Mime Theatre Group will arrange a International mime festival in India soon to create a coordination and bridge between the world wide artist. ‘It will also be dedicated to Marcel Marceau,
• Leadership Stage Skill: You know where to go
Leadership Stage Workshops/seminars Presents
Leadership Stage Mime Theatre Awareness Skill( Self Employed )
Leadership Stage Mime Theatre Awareness Skill is an awareness enhancing workshop presented through KalaAnantarupah Media Labs Seminars by Thiyagarajakumar. These workshops are designed to bring more optimism, power of vision, expansion of personal horizons, encouragement, practical prosperity, hope, mindfulness, inner peace and happiness to people who desire empowerment in a time of challenge and change. Leadership Stage Awareness tools from meditation and journaling to prayer and journeying will be discussed and expanded upon. Don't miss this life-changing workshop.
Thursday, March 7, 2013
Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Leadership Stage Arts Training Program Opportunity for Performing - Visual Art –Activity Trainer - To work with us ( Workshops, short Term ,Long Term Training Program) Freelancing /Part Time Job Location :- RT Nagar,Bangalore Worldwide Opportunity :- Who is looking for a platform in Bangalore can apply
Saturday, March 2, 2013
Leadership Stage Startup? Shutup! - The Girlfriend How do you think they will react when you tell them about your startup plan?
Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Leadership Stage News- Hangout with Mr. P. Chidambaram, Finance Minister ,India- For a chance to question him in the form of a video please contact us:- firstname.lastname@example.org
Leadership Stage News A million-dollar prize for Delhi slum education project -TED organizers announced Today that they have awarded the $1-million TED Prize for 2013 to Dr. Sugata Mitra.
Leadership Stage News
A million-dollar prize for Delhi slum education project
TED organizers announced Today that they have awarded the $1-million TED Prize for 2013 to Dr. Sugata Mitra.
Mitra is a physicist from India who over the last decade has been experimenting with using technology to create new systems to allow children without access to classrooms to learn on their own.
PHOTOS: 10 tech companies to watch in 2013
Mitra began his work with what he called a "hole in the wall" experiment. Mitra was trying to figure out how he could use technology to help children in a nearby Delhi slum. So he carved a hole in an outside wall of his research center and placed a computer in it. Over time, he observed as Indian children from the slum with no English skills and no computer skills taught themselves how to use the computer.
This led Mitra over the next decade to create a "school in the cloud." He installs a single computer in low-income communities and hooks them into high-speed networks. Then he recruits retired school teachers to offer lessons via Skype.
Rather than teaching for a whole day, the teachers give the students lessons or challenges that they then work together to complete or solve. In essence, the goal is to find ways to allow the children to become their own teachers, a concept that Mitra calls SOLEs or Self Organized Learning Environments.
"You can do it in the school," Mitra said. "You can do it at home. You need to give them one question so they can gather around the question. Then you stand back and watch. And you always see fantastic things."
The prize money will allow Mitra to broaden the reach of the program. He also plans to set up an innovation lab in India to continue to experiment with the system. And he also wants to create better methods for collecting data from people using the approach to understand what is, and is not, working.
"If we can do this, we can level the playing field for learning around the world," he said.
Thiyagarajakumar Ramaswamy Btech,MBA,MBL,SAP,PMP,Ph.d in Mime-Theatre, Phd In QREM Education Policy and Leadership
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Leadership Stage News Channel :- We are looking for anchors, reporter, cameraman,php developer, editor, media space selling executive
Leadership Stage News Channel
We are looking for
1.Anchors - Male/Female - 0 to 2 yrs of exp
2. Reporter- Male/Female - 0 to 2 yrs of exp
3. Cameraman /Asst.Cameraman - 0 to 2 yrs of exp
4. PHP Developer - 1+yr of exp
5. Executive - Public Relations - 2+yrs of exp
6. Video Editor - 1+yr of exp
7. News Editor - 1+yr of exp
8. Executive-Media Space Selling - 0 to 2 yrs of exp
Must be open minded and ready to travel as per the assignments.
Candidates who are interested in freelancing can also apply.
Interested candidates can send their updated CV along with their latest Photo and below mentioned details.
Total experience as an Anchor
Would you like to apply for full time or freelancing
Email id :- email@example.com
This Opportunity extends to your friends and Colleagues who have the passion, skill and potential to WIN as a excelling position.
Position:- HP Load Runner
Mandatory Skill : Performance Testing, Load Runner
Below are the details:
Identification, Analysis of Performance Testing Requirements, critical success factors, Performance test strategizing
* Working experience in Performance, Load, and Stress testing
Performance testing expertise in Sap system/application, J2EE Technology, IBM WebSphere, Database, Linux, Unix environments
* Extensive experience in HP Performance center
* Performance script development, execution, results analysis and defect reporting
* Identify the performance characteristics and sensitivities of components and application solutions
* Support certification of application releases through normal change processes, as well as emergency processes
* Strong communication, assertiveness, analytical skills
* Testing Tools: HP Performance center/ Load runner
* Environments: J2EE Technology, IBM Websphere, Database, Linux, Unix environments
Performance Test Analyst/Lead/Test Architect 5+ years
please send across your updated profile in word format with your contact details to
The opportunity extends to your friends and Colleagues
who have the skill and potential to WIN as a excelling position.
We look forward to hearing from you at the earliest.
Thiyagarajakumar Ramaswamy's "Leadership Stage Photography" Event Details:- "KUMARA SAMBHAVAM"-Dance Drama Date:- 25/02/2013 Time:- 7.30pm Venue:- Ravindra Kalakshetra,JC Road,Bangalore
Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
The Ohio State University Alumni meet in Bangalore on Feb 18th 2013
Here is a picture of the Attendees with the name in the order of appearance ( from Left to Right)
Thiyagarajakumar Ramaswamy, Director,Leadership Stage - KalaAnantarupah Group Ph.D In Mime & Theatre –Ph.d In Quantitative,Research,Evaluation and Measurement-Education Policy and Leadership
Dr. Joseph Fiksel, Director of the Center for Resilience at Ohio State’s College of Engineering
Anup Nair -Management Consulting-Accenture-Master in Management
Dinesh Damodran,Sr.Project Manager,JDA Software India Pvt.Ltd –ME & PHD Industrial Engineering
Ratnesh Bhattacharya,Director of the Ohio State India Gateway
Srinivas,Microprocessor Architect,Intel-Master in Engineering (Computer Science)
Thanks for your time and support.
Please keep in touch - firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
Thiyagarajakumar Ramaswamy BTech,MBA,MBL,SAP,PMP,PH.D
Leadership Stage-Kalaanantarupah Group
Thursday, February 14, 2013
It’s not uncommon to find a big difference between what’s legal and what’s right in leadership stage.Our preoccupation with “what’s legal” ensures more legal problems. If we paid more attention to what’s right, we would take our relationships between the leaders to a new level. And it’s all about relationships.
Legal is about what I can get away with. Ethics is about what is right.
Legal requires less thought than ethics. It's easy to shrug off responsibility when I can simply point to a law, a policy, or a rule. “I’m sorry. What can I do?”
Legal is about me. Ethics is about you.
Ethics requires that you take responsibility for outcomes. Ethics says, “I care what happens to you.” A legal approach simply responds with, “Read the contract. It’s all there.”
Too many organizations base their actions on the answer to the question, “Is it legal?” or “Are we protected?” As a result they often end up on the defensive and consequently and unnecessarily spend excessive amounts of money on public relations, branding, and customer service. If they changed the question to “Is this right?” or “Is this how we would want to be treated?” they would find they have to rely less on what is legal and as a result create better relations with all stakeholders.
But it’s not faceless organizations that are to blame. It’s individuals in a culture that is preoccupied with “what can I get?” Organizational cultures that ask employees to make everyday decisions based on expediency, one-sided considerations, and policies and procedures designed to protect rather than facilitate, are going to miss the mark. Regardless of contracts, policies and procedures, people want to feel like they are being treated fairly. “Is-it-legal?” thinking just isn't going to get you there. An ethical culture is one that thinks differently. It asks, “What is the right thing to do in this situation?” Ultimately, it is an organizational and individual leadership problem. Anyone in an organization can stop and ask themselves, “Is this right? Is it fair? Is it just?” and respond accordingly.
Whenever they implemented Leadership Stage concept in there organization Legal departments should become ethics departments that place the emphasis on doing what is right; advise based on higher values; leaders that place more emphasis on the upside rather than on the downside of an action or decision. How-does-this-help rather than what-is-the-worst-that-can-happen-to-us if we just do what we want? Might doesn't make right. It makes animosity, distrust, and isolation.
Of course we need some laws, rules and procedures, but they must be applied ethically. We will always be confronted with legal challenges, but if our responsible response is focused on what is right and not on what we can get away with, we will become better organization and leaders.
Tuesday, February 12, 2013
One of our bangalore based 2 year young startup, teeming with youthful energy ideas and productive geekiness. We are looking for wordpress whiz to work with us for the next big thing! Here are our requirements.
* Should be eating and breathing wordpress for 1 -1.5 years.
* Drupal and Joomla is a bonus!
*Good Object Oriented Programming Concept.
*Quick learning ability and be passionate about programming.
*Extending the functionality of an existing theme to build functionalities.
* Optimizing the code and architecture to ensure the Performance & Scalability.
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Thursday, February 7, 2013
It is important for children to also learn the art of letter writing, or communicating through handwritten notes. A thank-you card in response to a gift or written letter to a favorite relative can be more appropriate, and much more appreciated, than sending a quick email or text message. Teaching children how to write a short letter or thank-you note to doting relatives will give them a valuable skill they can use throughout their lives.
Help your children preserve the results of their letter writing efforts. Provide a decorative file or box for your children to keep copies of their own letters and any mail they receive. Years in the future, they will have a personal history of events and connections in their lives, well documented by their childhood correspondence.
Your children will reap future rewards from their new habit of writing letters and thank-you notes. Writing a thank-you to a classmate for a birthday present can translate into a thank-you to a prospective employer for a job interview a dozen years from now. As they learn letter-writing etiquette, they also learn good manners and consideration of other people, and those character traits can only benefit your children as they become responsible, caring adults.
Use your own and your children's correspondence to develop your family history. Your children might find it interesting to hear what their grandparents and other adults in their lives experienced at the same age. By asking questions of family members in their letters. they will receive a wealth of information in return-information they may not appreciate now, but that will end of meaning a lot to them twenty years from now.