Sub-Project Manager of TSIDP sub-project (Former Employee) – Department of Marketing, Jagannath University – October 17, 2018
As a sub-project manager of World Bank-funded subprojects- TSIDP, I enjoyed the work. Because I developed the project proposal by myself and managed it efficiently. Under this project, I developed research facilities in Jagannath University, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Besides that, I also renovated the Marketing department of Jagannath University with modern amenities. Those works, delineated above, was innovative work which I enjoyed. From the project, I learned how to manage a project and how to maintain the files such as Cash book, ledger, Petty Cash, assets Register and procurement documents.
Fllixibile works with huge resposnibility
Manageing the pressure of external people was the main disadvantage.
Internship (Former Employee) – Punjab – January 18, 2018
As an intern, I used to go out to cities located around Lahore (where the HQ was located) and carried out the same routine check-ups of the clinics (BHU's) and reported numbers and figures to my superiors, who eventually made a report and sent it to the World Bank via PSPPU to gather funds to alleviate the deteriorating conditions of the medical clinics in Paksitan.
Get to meet new people everyday
Always travelling to cities and carrying out same routine check ups
Senior Financial Accounting Analyst (Former Employee) – Chennai – January 9, 2017
World Bank was an excellent organization providing enriching exposure, attractive salary and a wonderful work life balance all at at the same time. Any opportunity coming up will we want to work for the Bank again.
Excellent work life balance, varied exposure in multiple domains, multiple culture
Very productive, abundant opportunity to learn new dimensions of research and work
Technical Consultant (Current Employee) – New Delhi, Delhi – January 4, 2017
Every assignment is a huge opportunity to interact with multi-level stakeholders and learning on the job. One of the most professional team that supports and guides the task through. Very satisfying and productive work experience.
Researcher (Former Employee) – Punjab – December 9, 2016
i can adjust my self in every type of community as well as work place,but feel upset when there is no any day off during working, but feel happy when i have to interact different type of communities and working for the betterment of their lives.
Consultant (Current Employee) – Bihar – August 4, 2016
World Bank has very good HR policy. They always give the opportunity to explore yourself in a upward position. The hardest part of the job if you are a consultant is you have to deliver the assigned work on time. If anybody is self motivated for working in the development sector, this would a best place to work.