Hello, I am glad you are interested in my son's profile. when it comes to his career, he is hard working and a self made person. He is looking for a life partner who would be his friend and stand by him in every phase of life and can lead a happy and content life. He is focused about his carrier, but makes it a point to give equal attention to family as well. we would want a match who is respectful of elders and loving towards family members . He is currently working as manager telecom network operation and maintenance in MNC company in PUNE.
My son Arpit Thakur. He has completed his M Tech in Macanical science and currently work in the private sector as a Assistant professor/ Lecturer post in Lovely professional university Jalandhar Punjab. He has SAP course.He is very smart ,soft nature and kindhearted. He is very simple.He is always ready to help others. Sampark karbak hatu unashi chihatter baban sunya ekshath nau
my younger brother, (b. tech, ece, 2016) .currently working in it sector(capgemini,bangalore). earlier companies in which he worked are tech mahindra(3 years) and ihs markit(1 year). he is an intelligent, obedient guy. people love him for his friendly nature of any age group. been to many parts of india(due to father's job transfer) which has taught him to adapt in any and every situation. biyashi chaurashi pachasi tees baaes
I have a Bachelor's degree un Engineering and I am employed in private Sector as a software professional currently based in Noida. I come from a upper middle class joint family background with moderate values.My gotra is vats.
My name is Aksheev Thakur. I come from a Middle Class, Nuclear Family with Moderate Values. I have obtained my Post Graduate Diploma in Journalism & Mass Communication from Xavier Institute of Communications , Mumbai and currently working with The Indian Express as a Senior Correspondent in Bangalore . I have a younger brother working for a private company in Bangalore. My mother is a retired School Teacher and my father has also retired from a Private Service