Branch Manager (Former Employee), Karnal, HR – July 31, 2014
Daily working always starts in a tense manner. I have learned during my working period that how to achieve targets in difficult working conditions. My team always provides good support. Hardest part of the job is to achieve targets and enjoyable part is when we achieved targets.
Cross Functional Experience, Dynamic work environment
Senior Vice President (Former Employee), Delhi, DL – March 31, 2014
Cons: unstructured operations
My professional career of 9 years has been both challenging and rewarding. Understanding that start-ups and unstructured organizations provide better platform to learn more and to grow more, I opted to join an organization that was less than 3 years old in the business, declining an offer from one of the leading multi-national banks. I consider myself – more... fortunate to have worked for the stock-market during the most exciting last decade. My experience was extremely eventful and kept me on my toes all the time. Things were all the more challenging that time as my company had little recognition and, secondly, had introduced a new concept of online trading. People believed in personally visiting the banks or brokers for transactions and making them to use online portal was a challenging task that required various follow-ups for establishing trust which resulted in long hours of work. I enjoyed meeting investors and worked diligently to open 1163 investor accounts, which is more than double the number opened by any other employee in the company so far. There were other challenges also which gave months of sleepless nights such as to reinstate the business amidst plummeting bottom-line. We worked days and nights to rebuild investor’s trust and employees moral. Therefore, in my 9 years of career, I never consistently had a regular 9 hours of work timing and I was always up for responding to the need of the hour. Furthermore, to gain more exposure, I took various additional responsibilities such as recruiting and training new employees. To enrich my skill sets, attuned to the current market scenario, and to gain global perspective, I resigned from my company - where I was comfortably placed after years of hard work- just to ensure that I keep learning and do not stagnate. – less
Sr. Architect (Current Employee), Gurgaon, HR – October 12, 2013
Indiabulls Real Estate is one of the largest real estate company in India with development projects spread across high-end office and commercial complexes, premium residential developments, mega townships, retail spaces, hotel and resorts, state of the art special economic zones and infrastructure development. It has 31 ongoing projects totaling 72.86 – more... million square feet, 2588 acres of SEZ development and additional land bank of 1001.43 acres. Each project bears a stamp of thoughtful solutions and highest quality. The company has partnered with specialists from India and abroad working on various aspects including design, landscaping, engineering and structural strength of each of the developments. – less
Summer Intern (Former Employee), Bangalore – January 17, 2013
I did my Summer Internship at IndiaBulls. This is where I first experienced the dynamics of a real life work place. After my internship was when I could collaborate my theoretical knowledge with practical life use.
Also, I got to understand that my area of interest was Consulting.
Management Trainee Intern (Former Employee), New Delhi, IL – March 8, 2013
5days working in a week. good management and friendly environment. good team work and acceptance nature of all the co-workers for new trainee.because of its location (in CP market), its fun to work there.