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News - Freshener

A Bi - Monthly Newsletter of Resonance (For internal circulation)


ßekuks fg egrka /kue~Þ Vol. 2 Issue 10, August / September, 2009
Self Respect is the most treasured wealth for a noble person.

MD's Message
eq>s [kq'kh gS fd jst+ksusUl vius fo|kfFkZ;ksa] v/;kidksa vkSj lHkh laLFkku lnL;ksa ds fy, larqf"V dk i;kZ; cuk gSA
New Role for
ubZ lqfo/kk,sa ,oa lnL;ksa ds fgr esa cukbZ xbZ uhfr;ka] tSls fd lnL;ksa ds ifjokjtuksa ds v/;;u 'kqYd esa NwV] Nandan Nilekani
vodk'k uhfr ,oa mifLFkfr lEcaf/kr uhfr;ka bldk izek.k gSaA jst+ksusUl dk ;g iz;kl jgsxk fd 'kS{kf.kd vkSj
company's board since its inception in 1981.
xSj'kS{kf.kd lnL;ksa ds lkFk lEcU/k le; ds lkFk vkSj izxk<+ cusaA eSa jst+ksusUl ds lrr~ mRFkku esa lHkh lnL;ksa ds
Before assuming the post of CEO in March 2002,
;ksxnku dh ân; ls ljkguk djrk gw¡aA Nandan Nilekani held the post of Managing
iwoZ dh Hkakfr] p;fur fo|kfFkZ;ksa ds fy, fd;s x;s foDVªh QaD'ku esa] jst+ksusUl esa i<+s ,d gh ifjokj ds mu Director, President and Chief Operating Officer.
fo|kfFkZ;ksa ftuds HkkbZ ;k cfgu Hkh iwoZ esa jst+ksusUl ls fofHkUu vkbZvkbZVht+ esa p;fur gks pqds gSa] ds ifjokjtuksa dk Nandan Nilekani was born in Bangalore. His
eap ij ,df=r gksuk jst+ksusUl ds izfr muds vVwV fo'okl dk ltho fp=.k FkkA bl QsfyflVs'ku QaD'ku esa lHkh father Mohan Nilekani was a manager in Minerva
f'k{k.k dsUnzksa ds izfrfuf/k;ksa dk vius ifjokfjd lnL;ksa ds lkFk mifLFkfr gksuk jst+ksusUl dh Vhe fLifjV dk Mills. Nandan Nilekani had his initial schooling
20,000 employees of Infosys
ifjpk;d gSA in Bangalore. At the age of 18, Nandan Nilekani
technologies, Bangalore made a
yxkrkj c<+rh izfrLi/kkZ ds ckotwn jst+ksusUl }kjk gkfly fd;s x;s eqdke lHkh dh esgur vkSj yxu ds ifj.kke standing ovation at the convention hall got admission in IIT Mumbai. The stint at IIT
gSaA gesa vkxs Hkh blh izdkj gekjh 'kS{kf.kd vkSj xSj'kS{kf.kd lsokvksa dks vkSj mUur dj mUgsa mRd`"V cukuk gS] on 9 July 09 at 5:00 pm as Nandan Mumbai transformed Nandan Nilekani from a
ftlds fy, gesa vius dk;Z esa vkSj vf/kd ftEesnkjh ysrs gq, Je 'kfDr dks c<+kus dh vko';drk gSA laHko gS fd Nilekani made his last address to them. small town boy to a confident mature man. The
dqN lnL;ksa dks dfri; {ks=ksa esa muds vuqlkj dqN lq/kkj dh t:jr fn[krh gks] ysfdu esjk ekuuk gS fd dksbZ Hkh Nandan Nilekani had this to say in the lessons he learnt at IIT were-meritocracy; the
ra= laiw.kZ :i ls vkn'kZ ugha gksrk vkSj mlesa le; ds lkFk lq/kkj gksrk jgrk gSA dqN lnL; vHkh Hkh vius dk;Z end, “I'll watch how Infosys is ability to work as part of a team; hard work; and
dks visf{kr xEHkhjrk ls ugha ys jgs gSa] esjh muls vis{kk gS fd os vfoyEc vius dk;Z esa lq/kkj n'kkZ,saA Vhe esa progressing, watch you getting into the the importance of giving back to the society-have
vius mPpkf/kdkfj;ksa dk lEeku djsa vkSj muds funsZ'kksa dh ikyuk djsaA u;s f'k{kdx.k viuh izfrHkk dk fujarj next growth orbit from outside”. The stood him in good stead.
fodkl dj fo|kfFkZ;ksa ds chp viuh vPNh Nfo cuk,asA lHkh dfe;ksa dks ;Fkk'kh/kz nwj djus ds iwjs iz;kl djsaA roar came back, “while you watch us, Nilekani earlier co-founded and chaired the
we will also watch you!” Bangalore Agenda Task Force (BATF). In 2004,
v/;;u dsUnz ,oa lwpuk dsUnz Hkh lnL;ksa dh ftEesnkjh ij [kksys x;s gSa] mUgsa lqpk: :i ls pykuk ogk¡ ds lnL;ksa
Nandan Nilekani, former co-chairman Nilekani was awarded the Padma Bhushan, the
dh Lo;a dh ftEesnkjh gSA laLFkku lHkh {ks=ksa esa vko';d lq/kkjksa ds fy, dM+s dne mBkus dks rS;kj gSA
and board member of Infosys third-highest Indian civilian decoration. In
vkbZvkbZVh&tsbZbZ 2009 ds ijh{kk ifj.kkeksa dk foLr`r fo'ys"k.k tks 1 vxLr 2009 dks izkIr gqvk] ge lHkh dks January 2006, he became one of the youngest
xkSjoiw.kZ vuqHkwfr ls ifjiw.kZ djus okyk gSA jst+ksusUl ds Nk= vfUor flag rWoj us xf.kr esa 156 vad izkIr fd;s gSa Technologies, took over as the
chairman of Unique Identification entrepreneurs to join 20 global leaders on the
tks fd izFke ojh;rk izkIr Nk= ds xf.kr ds vadksa ls 3 vad T;knk gSaA eSa bl volj ij laLFkku ds lHkh lnL;ksa] World Economic Forum (WEF) Foundation
Authority of India (UIADI) on
fo'ks"kdj xf.kr foHkkx ds QSdYVh esEcj~l dks c/kkbZ nsrk gw¡A Board.
Thursday, July 23, 2009. Nilekani, one
dqN u;s vuqca/kksa ds ckjs esa Hkh eSa crkuk pkgw¡xkA jst+ksusUl us 'VISTAAR PLUS' dk;ZØe ds vUrxZr of the biggest brands of corporate India While bidding adieu to Infosys he said, “I am
n;korh eksnh ,sdsMeh ¼Mh,e,½] jkeiqj ¼mÙkj izns'k½ vkSj okjk.klh ls u;s 'kS{kf.kd vuqcU/k LFkkfir fd,s gSaA will head the national project for generally very articulate but this is not the day or
blds rgr fo|kfFkZ;ksa dks ikB~;lkexzh rFkk mudh leL;kvksa ds funku ds fy, dUlsIV fcfYMax d{kk,sa Hkh yxkbZ creating a database of citizens. The place where I can be articulate. I have been
tk,saxhA ;g dk;ZØe nwjLFk f'k{kk vkSj Dykl:e dkWUVsDV dk;ZØe dk ,d fefJr :i gSA board of Infosys with heart bids wrapped up in Infosys for 28 years. My only
jst+ksusUl ds t;iqj f'k{k.k laLFkku ls fu;fer d{kk dk;ZØe dh Nk=k Jqfr [k=h vkSj jst+ksusUl nwjLFk f'k{kk dk;ZØe Nilekani farewell and in the words of identity is Infosys. I will be going to lead a
ds Nk= fouk;d xxjkuh us dsfEczt ;wfuoflZVh] ;w-ds- esa lEiUu 41osa bUVjus'kuy dSfeLVªh vksyfEi;kM ds vafre pj.k esa igyh ckj jtr ind thr dj Mr. Narayan Murthy, who believes his programme to give identity to every Indian. But
protege still “has a long way to go. today I am losing my own identity”.
dj ns'k dk uke jks'ku fd;k gSA blds fy, laLFkku dh t;iqj Vhe dks c/kkbZA ,uVh,lbZ f}rh; pj.k ds ifj.kkeksa esa Hkh jst+ksusUl ds ihlhlhih ds
Lookwise or brainwise, he is the best Software czar Bill Gates, who was recently in
fo|kfFkZ;ksa dk izn'kZu mRlkgtud jgk gSA blesa 116 esa ls 93 Nk= lQy gq,s gSaA
and very few to match up”. India, said he is keen on partnering with India's
*fo|ky;* dk;ZØe ds rgr jktLFkku] gfj;k.kk ,oa nsgyh ds tokgj uoksn; fo|ky;ksa ds ;ksX; Nk=ksa dk p;u dj tokgj uoksn; fo|ky; cwanh esa mudh ambitious project of issuing national identity
d{kk,as yxkbZ tk jgh gS] tgka mUgsa fu%'kqYd vkbZvkbZVh&tsbZbZ dh rS;kjh djokbZ tk,xhA Nilekani will have the rank of a cabinet
minister in his new responsibility. He cards to one billion people, which he hailed as a
bl o"kZ tsbZbZ ,oa bZ,e,y p;fur fo|kfFkZ;ksa ds fy, vyx cSpst+ cuk, x;s rkfd mu ij mudh jSad lq/kkjus ds fy, /;ku dsfUnzr fd;k tk ldsA "great initiative. "According to Gates, Nilekani
has been inducted into the government
fgUnh ek/;e ds fo|kfFkZ;ksa ds fy, lapkfyr d{kkvksa esa fo|kfFkZ;ksa dk :>ku cgqr gh ldkjkRed jgk gSA bldk izeq[k dkj.k fgUnh ek/;e ds fo|kfFkZ;ksa dk has a "challenging task" on hand.
by the Prime Minister of India,
bl o"kZ vkbZvkbZVh&tsbZbZ ijh{kk esa mRd`"V ifj.kke izkIr djuk jgk gSA fgUnh ek/;e ds fo|kFkhZ jtr [k.Msyoky }kjk lkekU; oxZ esa vf[ky Hkkjrh; Lrj Manmohan Singh to head the Unique Gates said, “I'll be fascinated to hear from him
ij 79oha ojh;rk ,d mYys[kuh; miyfC/k gSA Identification Authority of India, a new how he plans to take the project forward.
jst+ksusUl }kjk vius fo|kfFkZ;ksa ds fgrksa dks /;ku esa j[krs gq, vdknfed l= 2009&10 ls AIEEE ijh{kk esa lQyrk gsrq fu;fer d{kk ikB~;Øe agency set up by the government to Microsoft would like to discuss what kind of
dksVk f'k{k.k dsUnz ij izkjEHk fd;k x;k gSA bl ikB~;Øe esa jst+ksusUl ds iwoZ fo|kfFkZ;ksa dks AIEEE ijh{kk dh dksfpax iznku dh tk,xh] tks issue national biometric identity cards applications he plans to pilot,"
vkbZvkbZVh&tsbZbZ ds iwoZ iz;klksa esa lQyrk izkIr ugha dj ik;s gSaA fo|kfFkZ;ksa ds izfr uSfrd ,oa HkkoukRed nkf;Ro us gesa ;g fu.kZ; ysus ds fy, izsfjr across the country. Nilekani, a man who always believed in hard
fd;kA bu fo|kfFkZ;ksa dk v/;;u 'kqYd Hkh vU; f'k{k.k laLFkkvksa esa fy, tk jgs 'kqYd ls vk/kk gSA fo|kfFkZ;ksa us Hkh jst+ksusUl ds iz;kl] leiZ.k ,oa ladk; Along with Narayan Murthy, he was work and remained industrious throughout his
lnL;ksa dh dkfcfy;r ij fo'okl n'kkZ;k gSA one of the co-founders of Infosys. He career will now be instrumental in redefining
vYi le; esa gh jst+ksusUl us tks eqdke gkfly fd;k gS] og ge lHkh ds fy, ,d cM+h miyfC/k dk fo"k; gSA Hkfo"; esa Hkh blh izdkj u;s dhfrZeku LFkkfir has served as a director on the nation building in an innovative way.
djrs gq, ge lc lQyrk ds ekxZ ij vxzlj gksrs jgsaxsA Lora=rk fnol dh 'kqHkdkeukvksa ds lkFkA
Reso Belief >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
"If you can imagine it, you can achieve it; if you can dream it, you can become it."
- William Arthur Ward
vkj- ds- oekZ
izcU/k funs'kd
“If you give money, you give food. But if you donate blood, you give life”. Ji Why is there a sudden, noticeable seriousness
in the students towards their studies?
Resonance organized a Blood Donation Camp on July 25, 2009 at J-2, Jawahar Nagar, Kota. Keeping
Have the teachers become too demanding these days?
the tradition, Resonance this year too, stood for the welfare of the society and encouraged students
and staff members to actively participate in the societal and national welfare. A total of 123 units of toon NO - NO...!!!
blood was donated to the blood bank from Resonance. Probably, this is because they attended the orientation

AJAY (AR) -An initiative towards student welfare talk class of RKV sir and the senior faculty members.

AIEEE
Led by the vision of excellence in career education, Resonance took up one more initiative by decision has been the performance of Resonites in AIEEE 2009 without undergoing
launching yearlong Classroom Contact Programme for AIEEE -2010 for the old students of the any specialized & focused preparation for AIEEE. This year, more than 5000 students
institute, who have been enrolled with Resonance and utilized their JEE attempts. The course for of Resonance have been selected in AIEEE with 11 students securing All India Rank
AIEEE has been named as AJAY & the Code of the course is AR. The Classes have commenced in three under 100 in General category. This effort has been appreciated by both students &
phases from July 13, 20 & 27 respectively. This small step has been taken after a series of brainstorming parents & we wish all the best to the entire team of AJAY (AR) course for meeting the
sessions & addressing to the continuous request of students & parents. The confidence behind this expectations of students & achieving the purpose of introducing this course.
New School Tie Ups Reso Inspiration to
for Resonance Flash Motivation
The marathon Introductory cum and learn from them their guru mantras
Resonance has ventured into two new Tie Ups for its In-School Orientation lecture was organized for before entering in the arena of
Classroom Contact Programmes. The Institute is going to offer the students of VISHWAAS, VIPUL competition. The session was organized
VISTAAR PLUS Programme in Dayawati Modi Academy (DMA) at and VIJAY course on June 28, 2009 in 4 slots and was attended by the students
Rampur (UP) & Varanasi in the premises of the school. at I.L.Auditorium, I.L.Township, with full sincerity and in a disciplined
This Course is a perfect blend of Distance Learning & Classroom Programme. Students from Class Kota. The session started at 7 in the way. Speakers shared their experiences
VII to Class XII of both the DMAs will receive the study material of Resonance’s Distance Learning morning and concluded at 11 pm in and narrated some short stories which
Progrmmes & they will appear for the tests of Resonance’s All India Test Series. Apart from this, the the night. This session was attended focused on studying tips, managing time,
faculty members of Resonance will visit the School for few weeks to take up the Concept Building by more than 7500 students. The attitude building, exam preparation,
Classes in which they will discuss the problems of the study material & the test papers & a few topics programme started with the song health management and positive
at length. This is a new programme of Resonance which is being offered in association with Schools. from Lakshya movie "Haan ye hi temperament. The session was brimmed
Class VII to Class X students will be trained for various Olympiads, KVPY & NTSE while class XI & rasta hai tera tujhe paana hai" with the oozing energy of the young
XII students will be given training for IIT-JEE. followed by the prayers offered to students, their desire to learn and the
A seminar was organized by Business Development Team in DMA Rampur on July 6, 09 in which the Goddess Saraswati. The speakers different experiences of their mentors
presentations were given by Mr. Manoj Sharma, Mr. Asheesh Sharma & Mr. Nilesh Gupta. Similar were R.K.Verma Sir, V.P.M Madam, which made the entire atmosphere so
kind of seminar was arranged in DMA, Varanasi on July 8, 09 where Mr. Vikas Kaushik also joined S.P.Raghuwanshi Sir, Sankarshan vibrant and learning an unforgettable
them for the presentation. Tripathi Sir, B.K.Matoria Sir and experience.
Looking at the overwhelming response of the students, another seminar was organized in DMA, Ayush Goyal Sir. The examples taken up by R.K.Sharma
Rampur on July 10, 09 where the queries of students & parents were well handled by Mr. Varun Jain of It was a memorable experience for Sir in comparing of the session acted as a
Operations. the students to listen to their mentors catalyst.
Another seminar was organized by the BD Team in The Assam Valley School, Balipara (Assam) on
July 10, 2009. It was about the importance of the competitive examination at Pre Foundation (VIII, IX
& X) level & was delivered by Mr. Nilesh Gupta (Head of PCCP & DLPD) & Mr. Vikas Kaushik of
Business Development. The seminar was well appreciated by the Management of School & Students.

INTRODUCTION OF HUMAN RESOURCE DEPARTMENT OF RESONANCE AT HEAD OFFICE


Success saga Resonance, earlier a proprietorship, is
now Resonance Eduventures Pvt. Ltd.
Performance Management System: Suggestions, received through the
suggestion box and other modes are then
At Resonance we use 360 degree
in Olympiad with its corporate office at Kota (Raj.) It
has a Human Resource department
performance Management System,
which takes into account feedback
forwarded to the authorities concerned
for the appropriate action. The
which takes care of the Human Resource about the employees' performance department also sends greetings and
Resonance has captured 2 silver medals in International
of the organzation. Human resources from all the sources that come in wishes to the employees and to the
Chemistry Olympiad - 2009. Miss Shruti Khatri who was a
refers to the "human capital" that is the contact with the employee on his job students on some special achievements
student of Yearlong Classroom Programme for IIT-JEE at
people of an organization, people who and can provide valuable insights and or on special events. Events like VILAY,
Jaipur Study Centre has won a silver medal in the final stage
are the most valued asset of an information or feedback regarding “on- VIHAR, Family gathering, Teacher's
of 41st Interntational Chemistry Olympiad held at
organization, who individually and the-job” performance of the employee. Day and 5 years completion are also
Cambridge University , United Kingdom from 19 to 26th
collectively contribute to the Based on the feedback received from organized by the HR Department for the
July'2009. achievement of the objectives of the employees. Practices like “Employee of
various sources the employee's
Miss Shruti Khatri was one of the four finalist selected for business. The major functions of the performance is measured and the Month” and “Attendant of the
representing India in International Chemistry Olympiad Human Resource Department of appraised. Month” not only motivates the
2009 , she has also been selected in IIT-JEE ' 2009 with All Resonance are as follows: Training and Development: employees by appreciating them but
India Rank ( AIR ) 817 and AIEEE with All India Rank 1. Human Resource Planning. The principal objective of training and stimulates them by offering them
(AIR) 21. 2. Performance Management System. development is to make sure the m o n e t a r y a w a r d s . V I C T O RY
The International Chemistry Olympiad is an annual 3. Training and Development. availability of a skilled and willing (Felicitation Function for IIT- JEE
Chemistry competition at International Level for High 4. Employee Welfare and CRM. workforce at Resonance. In order to qualified students) is organized for
school students ( upto class XII ).The competition consisted 5. Personal Management and Industrial fulfil the ever increasing demand for students who are rewarded for their hard
of Chemistry tests and Experiments, as well as Theoretical Relations. skilled workforce, continuous training work. Facility of doctors and counseling
and Practical Questions in all areas of Chemistry with the 6. organzation Communication. sessions are conducted for the sessions are provided for the benefit of
participation of 250 promising young students as toppers 7. Compensation and Benefits academic as well as for the non- the students.
forwarded by 67 countries to face the ultimate test of their HR Planning: academic staff. Also the HR Department maintains the
Chemistry knowledge. HR planning is one of the most Employee Welfare: MIS of the organization in order to
This year ( at UK in 2009 ) all the four finalists have won important functions of HR and intends The Welfare function used at procure complete and flawless
silver medals for India whereas India captured 3 silver and 1 to get the right number of people with Resonance is divided into two that is information of the working in each
bronze in the International Chemistry Olympiad - 2008 held the right skills, experience and Employee Welfare and Student department and is instrumental in
at Hungary , Budapest. competencies in the right jobs at the Welfare. It Collects and maintains the keeping intact a huge database which is
right time at the right cost. data for review and suggestions both critical for the organization and helpful
Mr.Vinayak Gagrani who was the student of Resonance's in proper allocation of the resources.
from the Employees and the students.
Distance Learning Programme ( DLP )
has also won a silver medal in EFFECTIVE USAGE OF SMARTER MAIL & INTERNET AT RESONANCE
International Chemistry Olympiad ' approval from their respective department
1. Organisation's mail facility would be 2. Spam to any mail server or invite
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Other employees, who require lists or group mail.
mail account, should get approval f r o m 8. User would be responsible to the 4.

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their respective department heads. content of the mail generated through immediately after their first login.
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would be issued to all individuals.
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mail account daily. could also use Microsoft Outlook or 6. User should not misuse the Internet facility.
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5. Users are expected to frequently
change their password and use
alpha numeric combination.
6. Users should keep their mail account
clean, delete mails with heavy attachment
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other PC based client (POP), but ITQS 7.
would not be responsible for
backup of the mails in that case.
Internet 8.
Internet would be available to all the 9.
Users are restricted to download packages,
games, zip, etc. files, as these may contain
viruses.
If any user require to download such files, he /
she should contact ITQS.
Users are restricted to surf porn and other
15-September -Patna Information Centre after downloading them.
7. User should not misuse the mail through executives and above staff members. unwanted site.
18-September -Chandigarh Information Centre 2. Other employees, who require 10. Any user found surfing such sites would be
1. Send or receive viruses, worms.
22-September -Ranchi Information Centre Internet account, should get penalized.
Meet the Staff HR Policy

Iyku] osc lkbV o lsij ds fy, fjtYV Policy Governing Attendance And Leave
viMs'ku] LVwMsUV Qhl fjQUM] lsij 'khV WORKING HOURS:
fMLisp] LVwMsUV ohdyh vVsUMsUl fyLV] All Employees (Academic and Non-Academic) shall work for a minimum of 48 hrs. per week at the Institute
osyde iSdsV fMLVªhC;w'ku vkSj Ldksyjf'ki excluding lunch break. Academic staffs can devote more time than 48 hours, anything up to 60 hrs. per week at the
Bhuvnesh Sharma vkfnA Institute.
Jr. Executive, Operations esjs dk;Z dks ns[krs gq, tqykbZ 2008 esa eq>s
Date of Joining: 21 July 2004 POLICY GOVERNING ATTENDANCE:
LVwMsUV VkbZe Vscy cukus dh ftEEksnkjh nh Late coming:
eSaus jst+ksusUl esa vius dk;Z dh 'kq:vkr xbZ] tks fd bafLVV~;wV dk cgqr ftEesnkjh 1. Although late coming is not encouraged, yet in exceptional cases, cumulative late arrival up to 30 minutes on
gsYi MsLd ij lgk;d ds in ij dhA gSYi okyk dke gSA izkjEHk esa ,d efgus eq>s dkQh
three occasions in a month, may be permitted.
MsLd ij dk;Z djuk cgqr ftEesnkjh okyk dfBukbZ vkbZ fdUrq eukst lj vkSj dhfrZ
2. Any late arrival after a total of 30 minutes in a month, would amount to loss of half day Casual Leave, if in
gksrk gS] D;ksafd ;g laLFkku dk cgqr lj }kjk fn;s x;s vkRefo'okl vkSj
ekxZn'kZu dh otg ls lQyrkiwoZd bl balance. In the event of C/L having exhausted, ½ day compensatory off (if permissible and available in
egRoiw.kZ LFkku gS tgk¡ laLFkku ls lEcaf/kr
gj tkudkjh miyC/k gksrh gSA ml oDr dk;Z dks dj ldkA balance shall be deducted. In case Compensatory off has also exhausted, ½ day pay shall be adjusted.
,d f'k¶V esa ,d gh lnL; iwjs dk;Z dks og {k.k esjs fy, vfoLej.kh; jgsxk tc eq>s 3. All such adjustments of ½ day C/L and or compensatory leave on account of late arrivals may be got
lEHkkyrk Fkk] ftlesa Qksu fjlho djuk o igys lIrkg 7 tqykbZ ls 12 tqykbZ 2008 dk regularized by the employee by getting such leave sanctioned from his HOD.
vkus okys vkxUrqd vkSj Nk= & Nk=kvksa Vkbe Vscy cukuk Fkk] Jh lriky th NqV~Vh Compensatory Off / Overtime:
dh ftKklkvksa dks gy djuk gksrk FkkA ysdj t;iqj pys x;sA eq>s ;g dk;Z vc Sr. Category of For period worked beyond
Rate of overtime in (INR)
vxj ,d f'k¶V dk lnL; vodk'k ij vdsys gh djuk FkkA ,d ckj rks eq>s Mj No. employee scheduled working hours, Sundays, holidays
jgrk Fkk] rks f'k¶V ds nwljs esECkj dks nksuksa yxk fd D;k gksxk] eu esa rjg rjg ds At double the rate of wages paid for
1. Front line For exact number of hours worked extra
f'k¶V dh M~;wVh nsuh gksrh FkhA eq>s oks fnu fopkj vkus yxs] vxj Vkbe Vscy le; ij normal working hours.
;kn gS] tc *fo'okl* dkslZ ds lysD'ku ugha cu ik;k rks D;k gksxk] fdUrq ml le; Note: The overtime is applicable after the ½ Hr (half an hour) from scheduled working hours.
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1, August 10, August 23, August Ms. Isha Sharma, SW&PR, Kota 18, September
Mr. Raju Lal, Front Line Mr. Girish Shanker (GS) Physics Ms. Kamini Bansal, PCCP- Jaipur 3, September Mr. Anuj Kumar, (ARK) Maths
Mr. Dev Karan Meena, (RKV Sir's Driver) Mr. Ghanshyam Meena, Front Line Mr. Bhuvnesh Agarwal, IT&QS, Kota Mr. Yogesh Gupta (YG) Maths Mr. Raman Kataria, Jaipur Study Centre
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Study Centre 11, August Mr. Ashok Somani Accounts, Kota 4, September Mr. Mithun Mittal (MM) Chemistry
Mr. Yadvendra Sharma, PCCP-Kota Mr. P.K.Shukla (PKS) Physics Mr. Rampal Singh, Delhi- Study Centre Mr. Nand Kishore (NKT) Physics
Mr. Virendra Singh Rathore Accounts, Kota
2, August 12, August Mr. Mukesh Chaturvedi, Front Line Mr. Mahaveer Prasad (I) Front Line
20, September
Mr. Ram Niwas Saini, Jaipur Study Centre Mr. Jagdish Pratap Singh (JPS) Maths 26, August Mr. Prabhu Lal Admn., Kota
Ms. Madhu Singh, Delhi- Study Centre Ms. Kavita Vashishtha, ReDILABS
Mr. Pawan Kumar, Front Line Mr. Shailesh Kumar Maurya (SMY) Maths Mr. Rakesh Kr. Chauhan, Exam., Kota
Mr. Sharif Khan, Jaipur Study Centre 21, September
3, August Mr. Rajesh Kumar Kahar, Front Line Mr. Sachin Malviya IT&QS, Kota
6, September Mr. Sunil D. Sharma, PCCP-Kota, Associate Lecturer
Mr. Praveen Gupta (PG) Physics Mr. Om Prakash Regar, Front Line 27, August
Mr. Ramdayal Verma, Jaipur Study Centre Mr. Rajat Bhardwaj, ReDILABS
Mr. Alok Saxena (ALS) Maths Mr. Balkishan Prasad (BKP) Chemistry Ms. Shubham Ahuja, Lucknow- Study
Mr. Kalyan Singh, Front Line Mr. Kamlesh Chaudhary (KMC) Chemistry Centre Mr. Brajesh Kumar Chaudhary (BKC) Physics 22, September
4, August 14, August 28, August Mr. Harvindra S.Luthra, SMD, Kota Mr. Chaandeep K Singhal (CDS) Chemistry
Mr. Nitesh Jain, PCCP, Kota Mr. Harikesh Meena (HKM) Chemistry Mr. Ashok Kumar Sharma (ASM) Physics 9, September Mr. Dheeraj Swami (DSM) Physics
5, August Ms. Bhawana Gupta DLPD, Kota Mr. Raghuveer Ameta (RGA) Physics Mr. Pravin Salvi, Kota Mr. Vinod Sharma DLPD, Kota
Mr. Lokesh Kumar Yadav (LY) Maths 15, August Mr. Amulya Kumar Ojha (AKO) Physics Mr. Kapil Singh Dhaka (KSD) Physics Mr. Dhruv Kumar Sharma SW&PR, Kota
Mr. Sandeep Kumar Shukla , Lucknow- Study Mr. Atul Sharma Operations, Kota 29, August, Mr. Abhishek Jain (ABH) Chemistry 23, September
10, September
Centre Ms. Babeeta Ambwani PCCP, Kota Mr. Amit Kumar Sharma (AMS) Physics Mr. Mahendra Kumar Gupta (MK) Maths
Mr. Raj Kumar Goyal (RKG) Maths
Ms. Komal Mateja, Udaipur- PCCP Centre Mr. Azad Singh Sisodiya Operations, Kota 30, August Mr. Ashwani Sharma (AIS) Chemistry
11, September
Mr. Mukesh Meghwal, Front Line 16, August Ms. Nita Mondal, Kolkata- Study Mr. Om Prakash Sharma (OM) Maths
Ms. Nisha Gupta (NG) Chemistry
6, August Mr. Rameshwar Dayal Arya SMD, Kota Centre 25, September
12, September
Mr. Pradeep S Shekhawat SMD, Kota 17, August 31, August Mr. Rishabh Jain (RSJ) Maths
Mr. Manoj Sharma, Additional Director
7, August Ms. Jaishree Sharma HRD, Kota Mr. Anil Dutta Sharma Operations, Kota (Administration & Management), Kota Mr. Deepak Kr. Jain (DKJ) Physics
Mr. Sampat Raj, Jaipur Study Centre Ms. Shefali Sinha (SFS) Physics Mr. Gajendra Vijayvergia , Kota Mr. Premang Sharma (PMS) Maths 26, September
Mr. Anurag Pandey (ANP) Chemistry 18, August 1, September Mr. Ankur Sharma (AUS) Maths Mr. C. B. Jose, ReDILABS
Mr. Shivam Mishra (SM) Chemistry Mr. Hemant Pandey, Delhi- Study Centre Mr. Manoj Sharma (MS) Chemistry Mr. Lalit Kumar Regar, Front Line Mr. Sarvjeet Singh Khanduja (SSK) Maths
Mr. Syed Mujahid-Ul-Islam, Jaipur Study Centre 19, August Mr. Rahul Gupta (RHG) Physics 13, September Mr. Ashish Chawla , PCCP-Kota, Assistant Lecturer
8, August Mr. J.K.Panday (JKP) Physics Mr. Pradeep Singh Saggu, Jaipur Study Mr. Lokesh Malav, Jaipur Study Centre 27, September
Mr. Girraj Verma, (I) Operations, Kota Mr. Anand Bhardwaj (ANB) Chemistry Centre 14, September
Mr. Vinod Verma, Jaipur Study Centre Mrs. Vibhuti Dwivedi (VD) Chemistry Ms. Radha Sharma (MRS) Chemistry Mr. Man Singh Hada, Business Development, Kota
Mr. Varun Jain, Operations, Kota
Ms. Nirmal Godara, PCCP- Jaipur 20, August Mr. Apoorva Bhattacharya, Jaipur Study Mr. Vishal Solanki Admn., Kota
15, September
Mr. Lokesh Kumar Mehta, Front Line Mr. Arjun Singh Bisht, Operations, Delhi- Centre Mrs. Neera Seth, Delhi- Study Centre Mr. Rajesh Sharma (RSH) Maths
Mr. Naresh Kumar, Jaipur Study Centre Study Centre 2, September 16, September Mr. Ravi Agarwal, RAG, Physics
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Mr. Raghuveer Singh Rajawat Jaipur Study 21, August Mr. Anmol Bali, IT&QS, Kota 17, September Dr. Arpana Dhaka PCCP- Jaipur
Centre Mr. Rishiraj (RRJ) Physics Mr. Mangal Singh, Delhi- Study Centre Ms. Reema Malhotra, SW&PR, Kota Mr. Alok Joshi (AJ) Physics

Fresh -Knots People who joined Resonance in the months of May, June & July 09. Faculty Required
2, May Ms. Apoorva Agarwal, Lucknow Study Centre Mr. Rajesh Kumar Pareta, Admn.
Mr. Raj Kumar, Delhi Study Centre Resonance pre-foundation Career Care Programme (PCCP) Division
Ms. Pooja Chandwani, Lucknow Study Centre Mr. Sohan Singh Hada, Front Line
4, May for classes VII, VIII, IX & X.
Ms. Varsha Rajani, Lucknow Study Centre Mr. Vikas Narang, Admn.
Mr. Roshan Lal Satoniya, Jaipur Study Centre 4, June 25, June
6, May Dr. Rakeshwar Dayal (DRD) Chemistry Faculty members for Physics, Chemistry, Maths, Biology, Social Science & English on
Mr. Gurdeep Singh, PCCP
Mr. Sunil D. Joshi, Mumbai Study Centre Mr. Kshitij Sharma (KJS) Physics, Full-Time/Part-Time basis at Kota
Mr. Sudarshan Singh Negi, Admn.
8, May 6, June 26, June Position
Mr. Tarzan H. Kanekar, Nagpur Study Centre Mr. Chandresh Singh Charan Jaipur Study Mr. Kapil Singh Dhaka (KSD) Physics
Mrs. Neera Seth, Delhi Study Centre Centre Lecturer/Associate Lecturer/Assistant Lecturer
29, June
11, May Mr. Om Prakash Sharma (OM) Maths
Mr. Pankaj Mathur (PNJ) Botany Minimum Academic Qualification
Mr. Kajal.J.Gada, Mumbai Study Centre Mr. Tokala Praneeth Kumar Raja, TPK, Maths
Mrs. Ranjana Dhanwani, PCCP-Jaipur 29, June Physics, Chemistry & Maths: Engineering/ Technology Graduate
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Mrs. Ranjeeta Agarwal, PCCP-Jaipur 12, June Mr. Azad Singh Sisodiya, Operations
Mr. Kailash Chand Jangid, SMD Age & work Experience
13, May Ms. Poornima Kumari, Delhi Study Centre
Ms. Shaleen Jain, PCCP 14, June Mr. Manoj Kumar, Front Line Age should not be more than 40 years on 31.07.2009. Candidate having 1 or 2 years
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Ms. Sagarika Ghosh, Kolkata Study Centre 15, June 2, July
Mr. Rajesh Kumar Kahar, Front Line
written test & demo round followed by HR interview. (Only Short listed candidates will be
16, May Mr. Devendra Sharma, Jaipur Study Centre
Mr. Ram Niwas Saini, Jaipur Study Centre 16, June 3, July called for written test, to be held at Kota) Remuneration will be commensurate with
Mr. Vikas Rathadiya, Jaipur Study Centre Mr. Rakesh Kumar, Delhi Study Centre Mr. Devender Singh Sankhla, Front Line qualification and experience.
18, May 19, June 6, July Interested candidates are required to submit their resume in person or
Mr. Abhishek Jain (ABH) Chemistry Mr. Prem Sukhvir Vikal, Mumbai Study Centre Mrs. Deepa Dixit Tiwari, Lucknow Study
Mr. Devendra Rai (DR) Maths Ms.Kavita C Goel, Mumbai Study Centre Centre by post or through e-mail at hrd@resonance.ac.in by mentioning PCCP
Mr. Keshav Kishore (KK) Maths Mumbai 20, June Mr. Jugal Choudhary, Front Line Faculty in the subject line before 02 August 2009.
Mr. Shivam Mishra (SM) Chemistry, Delhi Mr. Abhishek Chandra (ACH) Physics 10, July
19, May 24, June Mr. Hari Shanker Gangwar (HSG) Maths,
Mr. Ravindra Singh Tomar Lucknow Study Centre Mr. Usama Nandolia, Mumbai Study Centre Important Statistics about the Human Resources at Resonance
Jaipur
21, May Mr. Ankush Sharma, Front Line Looking at the highly Graphical representation of
13, July
Mr. Prateek Mishra (PRT) Physics, Mr. Ashok Kumar Sahu, Front Line technologized world and Reso Faculty members' qualifications
Mr. Nitin Sharma, Admn.
Mr. Saurabh Saxena, Admn. Mr. Daya Krishan Nagar, Front Line increasing industrial perfection, M.Sc./ M.Phil/M.Tech**:71
Mr. Rajjak Ahmed Mansuri, Mumbai Study IITians*:63
Ms. Bhawana Gupta, DLPD Mr. Dheeraj Tiwari, Admn.
Centre education also certainly requires 26.81%
23, May Mr. Mahavir Tailor, Admn. 30.21%
Mr. Mahesh Thakurani, Front Line 20, July change according changing
Mr. Sunil Kumar Nirmal (SKN) Chemistry, Bhopal
27, May Mr. Man Singh Hada, Business Development Mr. Harish Anand Shakyawal, Accounts environment. In order to makes
Mr. Gaurav Binani (GB) Chemistry, Mr. Manoj Meena, Front Line Mr. Saroj Kumar Pathak (SKP) Physics students excel, Resonance
24, July deploys highly qualified faculty Ph.D**:3
30, May Mr. Mohammad Shafique, Admn.
Mr. Shishir Kumar (SHS) Chemistry, Delhi Mr. Nirmal Kumar Mandoliya, Front Line Ms. Rabia Saini, HRD members, most of them being 1.28%
1, June Mr. Om Prakash Bairwa, Front Line 25, July IITians, M.Tech. and M. Phils as B.Sc. & Other: 6
Mr. Rakesh Nagar, PCCP Mr. Prabhu Lal, Admn. Mr. Kushagra Sharma, SMD shown clearly in the pie chart: 2.55%
Mr. Rajeev Saxena, Front Line 27, July
Mr. Satya Narayan (SNR) Maths,
Mr. Shubham Arora, Lucknow Study Centre Mr. Rajendra Singh Chauhan, Front Line Mr. Hukam Chand Panchal, SMD
*B.Tech./M.Sc./M.Tech/Ph.D. from IITs, IT-BHU Varanasi, ISMU Dhanbad B.E./B.Tech**:92
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3 July 2009 Mr. Praveen Verma, HR Dept. Mr. Yogesh Chauhan, Front line Mr. Shekhar Pancholi (Operations
16 September
Mr. Hans Raj Suman, Front line 7, September Dept.) has been blessed with a baby
Ms. Jaishree Sharma Mrs. Gagan Jyoti, Chemistry -PCCP Jaipur
(HR Dept.) 21 September Years of 2, August Mr. Raj Kumar Goyal (RKG) Maths boy on April 21, 2009. May the child
With Mrs. Poonam Lakhani, Academic Associate faith and trust Mr. Amit Kumar Sharma (AMS) 9, September named Somya, enjoy the sweetness of
PCCP Kota Physics Mr. Amay Pandey (AP) Chemistry the world.
Mr. Devesh Sharma at Resonance
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