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Ms. Rashmi Bansal

Technical Specialist

HCL Comnet Limited

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HCL Comnet Limited

200 Regency Woods

Cary, North Carolina 27518

United States

Company Description

Founded in 1976 as one of India's original IT garage start-ups, HCL is a pioneer of modern computing with many firsts to its credit, including the introduction of the 8-bit microprocessor-based computer in 1978 well before its global peers. Today, the HCL ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Gautam Ghosh

Flamingo

Editor

JAM Magazine

Consulting Editor

Business World, Inc

Affiliations

Founder
Bloody Good Book

Moderator
Crossfire

Contributing Member
Society for Neuroscience

Contributing Member
International Society for Developmental Neuroscience

Contributing Member
American Society for Cell Biology

Contributing Member
International Society for Neurochemistry

Founder
Just Another Magazine

Position, Committees
American Society for Neurochemistry

CAEN Committee of ISN
Council of the Asia Pacific Society for Neurochemistry

Member, ASN Committees
ASN Inter-American

Education

IIM Ahmedabad

IIM-Ahmedabad

Indian Institute of Management , Ahmedabad

Just Another Magazine

Sophia college

Economics

Sophia College

MBA

IIM Ahmedabad

MBA

IIM-Ahmedabad

MBA

Indian Institute of Management , Ahmedabad

MBAs

MS

research

UConn

MS

research

University of Connecticut

Ph.D.

Lucknow University

Ph.D.

Biochemistry

Central Drug Research Institute

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From Parakram Singh Jadeja in Rajkot to Deepak Dadhoti in Belgaum, these stories bring out Ms. Bansal's message that any dream can be achieved through perseverance and hard work.
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About Rashmi Bansal
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Ms. Bansal has also co-founded JAM (Just Another Magazine) and is currently the editor. A regular contributor to Businessworld, she writes frequently on youth, careers and entrepreneurship on her blog Youth Curry.


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About Rashmi Bansal
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She has written books like Poor Little Rich Slum, I Have A Dream, Connect The Dots, and Follow Every Rainbow.
Bansal graduated with an Economics degree from Sophia College, and then pursued her MBA from IIM-Ahmedabad. Bansal regularly writes on her blog, Youth Curry, and is the editor and co-founder of JAM. Bansal has written columns for Businessworld and Rediff.com, and was a Consulting Editor with Bloomberg UTV. She has also been a guest lecturer at IIM-Bangalore, S. P. Jain Institute of Management and Research, IIM-Ahmedabad, and ISB.


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Rashmi, who started with her blog, Youth Curry, even mentors students and has been a guest lecturer at eminent business universities like IIM Ahmedabad, ISB and IIM Bangalore. She is a columnist at rediff.com and Businessworld. Bansal completed her graduation in economics from Sophia College in Mumbai and holds an MBA from the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad. It is estimated that her books have sold more than half a million copies. She also co-founded a magazine called JAM, for which she is an editor as well.


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I Have a Dream has won acclaim since its publication in 2011. The book was on the shortlist for The Economist Crossword Popular Award in 2012.
About Rashmi Bansal
Rashmi Bansal is a popular and young entrepreneur, author and a youth expert. She has also written Stay Hungry Stay Foolish, Follow Every Rainbow, Connect the Dots, and Poor Little Rich Slum.
An alumnus of Sophia College, Mumbai, and IIM Ahmedabad, she is also the consulting editor for Cracking Careers, a television show and has been a guest lecturer at many colleges. Rashmi has five bestsellers to her credit today. Bansal also has a popular blog called Youth Curry that offers advice on careers and entrepreneurship. Her works have been translated into 8 different languages.


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Rashmi Bansal speaks of people that have made it big by sticking to their roots and develop their learnings from there. All her books have been about simple strategies that the common man can apply at the workplace. From Connect the Dots to Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish, she has always tried to keep it simple and sorted when it comes to aspects of business.

Her new book, "Take Me Home" as the title suggests is a book of stories. The stories are of twenty entrepreneurs who have made it big by sticking to the simple rule: Start from Home. The lessons and success stories and sometimes that of failure and learnings from them, have all come from home. The writing is simple and easy to understand. Bansal once again gives us insight to management and entrepreneurial lessons in the most interesting manner.
Twenty people, separated by culture and language as vast as the nation that gave them birth, had one thing in common: a dream. Take Me Home is the collection of their stories, Rashmi Bansal's inspirational book on Entrepreneurship and Business.
...
From Parakram Singh Jadeja in Rajkot to Deepak Dadhoti in Belgaum, these stories bring out Ms. Bansal's message that any dream can be achieved through perseverance and hard work.
...
About Rashmi Bansal
Rashmi Bansal is an Indian writer, youth expert and entrepreneur. She has written five other books: Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish, Connect The Dots, I Have A Dream, Poor Little Rich Slum and Follow Every Rainbow.
Ms. Bansal has also co-founded JAM (Just Another Magazine) and is currently the editor. A regular contributor to Businessworld, she writes frequently on youth, careers and entrepreneurship on her blog Youth Curry.

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