I sincerely thank FSS for enabling a raw Engineering pass-out in me to transition to a professional with ease. True, almost all companies that offer jobs to freshers do this. But to me, only FSS did.
Among the many things I liked, the work culture - a cliched term though - was extremely conducive. There were pressures - of deadlines, of maintaining quality standards - but all these were made simpler by the non-interfering superiors.
I learnt a lot in my days at Gurgaon and equal amount of gyan I gathered during my brief stay at Chennai.
There were incidents I would like to reminisce and cherish. When MAK - my manager - called me up on the day before my XLRI interview and wished me luck, I was stumped. The libran balance which Sumit Kasera - my technical lead - maintains between work, personal goals and family life was a lesson to me. The concern and the effort taken by Akila Johnson to effect a smooth relieving process made me admire her penchant for helping people. For the record, my association with her was unfortunately limited only to this. The liberal help which Vineet Maheswari - my senior project manager - extended when I did not get the salary during a month in which I forgot to fill the timesheet on time. Thank you FSS for enabling me to meet such wonderful people.