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Smita Saran talks about her 8 year journey at BTVI and how hard work with the right attitude became her key to success. #LifeAtBTVI
Sunil Khade, from the Technology & Operations team talks about the importance of using all resources for a good workflow and how #LifeAtBTVI is perfect for personal and professional growth.
Archana Kulkarni,from the research department at BTVI, talks about her experience in the organisation and how she enjoys formulating research strategies to achieve continuous growth for the channel. #LifeAtBTVI
Vinod Kanojia from Human Resources shares how #LifeAtBTVI has given him a steep learning curve. Along with the evolution in his scope of work and the team spirit at his work place, he talks about his immense learnings at BTVI.
Chetan Bhutani from BTVI’s reporting team talks about the unrestrained work environment at BTVI which has helped him grow in his career. #LifeatBTVI
Mehvish Buch works as an outdoor broadcast engineer with BTVI. Being the first woman OB engineer in this male-dominated field is not easy, but BTVI has taught her to tackle difficult situations, work under pressure, and work with a team. Her work has been encouraged and she has been consistently acknowledged in her #LifeAtBTVI.
Nivrita Ganguly is a reporter at BTVI. She tracks the banking sector and anchors 3 shows on a daily basis. In her 3 years with the company, she has experienced a dynamic work environment and supportive seniors, which make her feel encouraged to take on new challenges. #LifeAtBTVI