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About Me

Hello World, 

This is Ashish Vazirani, a Management Consultant from Udaipur, Rajasthan, India, After MBA from National Institute of Technology-Trichy, in last 5 years, I have worked for various organisations and handled projects from planning to execution stages, my hobby is to solve business problems, reading case studies and understanding group behaviour.

Also, I have written papers on Strategic management, Corporate finance, Data Science and Decision making, I have a keen interest in Finance, am also a Intuit QuickBooks ProAdvisor, in my free time I participate in online MOOCS, as of now I have completed many courses from IMF, Yale, IBM, etc.

In case this interests you, feel free to communicate through Contact form.

Ashish Vazirani


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