A First Step Towards Finto Technologies - Things I Learned Today

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Saturday, 8 April 2017

A First Step Towards Finto Technologies

A First Step Towards Finto Technologies.
#Things_I_Learned_Today  (April 6, 2017):-
  1. Sometimes, it becomes so important to finish what you have started that you don't care even if the time is over. (Marketing Case Study)
  2. You won't get it from people unless and until you ask for it. (A conversation with Amanpreet Mam)
  3. That awesome moment when a teacher understands you without you saying a word about it. (Courtesy: Likhit Sir)
  4. That awkward moment when you see a policeman, taking an advantage of his position. (Policeman in an Auto towards 
  5. Being polite is what it takes to win friends and influence people. (Lesson Credits: Pulkit Bansal.)
  6. That awesome moment when the interview is not an interview but an open-ended discussion towards the bright future of the company and its stakeholders. (An Interview at Ludhiana.)
  7. When you ask for a suggestion, just listen. (Lesson Credits: Ayush Jawa)

P.S. A Journey towards Finto Technologies. 
While I was about to reach Ludhiana Bus stand, I called Pulkit, the number was not reachable so I decided to wait until I reach to Bus stand. I called him again and he guided me with two options to reach at their office. I chose one them and opened the Google Maps because Pulkit suggested me to call him after reaching Aarti Chownk so that he could send someone to take me to office but I didn't want to bother anyone.
While I was going in an Auto, a police man boarded the auto. The moment our auto reached his stop, the policeman ran away from the auto without paying and saying any word to the auto driver. As soon as he left, the auto driver started abusing him, I felt very bad to witness that situation, so I suggested the driver to ask for money from him, as the light becomes green, because it is his right.
The light turned green and slowly the auto started and we were now passing throught that policeman, the auto driver gave him a look but neither stopped auto for money nor said anything to that policeman.

Finally, I reached at the office and had a quite long conversation with Pulkit which was indeed very fruitful. When he was giving some wonderful lessons in his conversations, to my surprise, I felt that the examples were all around in my mind. He talked about the addition of the features into a software is more crucial than actually removing some.
It was not before 2 hours when he introduced me to other team members. While shaking hands with them, I remembered the guest lecture of Mr. Amit Pandey in which he asked us to state the definition of a Stranger and  after listening to our opinions, he stated, "Stranger is a friend whom we have never met before."
To put it in a nutshell, it was very interesting interview as it seemed as an opportunity to build new relations in future.
On the whole, the day passed away so fast but it was spent in a productive manner.

Thank you for reading,
Rohit Sood.