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ALLULA PRATHAP Ph no:- +91 7799435488 Email:- prathapa08@gmail.com CAREER OBJECT: To seek a responsible position where I can utilize my educational & analytical skills in an industry that offers intellectual and professional growth, while being resourceful, innovative and flexible.
ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS:
UNIVERSITY YEAR PERCCENTAGES
SSC 2003-04 78%
Board of intermediate 2004-06 83%
B tech 2007-11 62%
EXPERIENCE :
Administrator Alphatronics software solutions & consultant Ltd May 2013 to March 2014
Alphatronics software solutions & consultant Ltd., is an educational consultancy and founded in 2010. Providing project services for graduation and post graduation students and also consulting services.
ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Arranging the day to day activities of the consultancy.
• The role includes arranging the guest lectures.
• Design and implementation of new/improved strategies to develop the organization.
• Responsible for candidate relationship management
• Making arrangements for smooth conducting of interviews.
TECHNICAL SKILLS:
• Software skills - Web Designing, Basic Concepts Of Networking
• Operating Systems - Windows xp, Windows 7
• Other Software - good command on M.S.Office

STRENGHTS:
• Systematic approach and quick adaptability to new technologies
• Fast learning, committed and able to work under pressure
• Ability to work independently or within a team
• Flexible to work in 24*7 environments
• Good Communication and Interpersonal skills
• Zeal learn new things and handle any situation diplomatically

PERSONAL INFORMATION: Name : Prathap Allula…...

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