Master’s in Business Analytics: Chandini Gangadharan, University of Washington (Foster)

Student Name: Chandini Gangadharan

Graduate Business School: University of Washington Michael G. Foster School of Business

Describe Yourself In 15 Words: Analytics professional with a growth mindset influencing positive business outcomes through people, data, and processes. 

Master’s Graduation Class: 2020.

Undergraduate School and Major: Gujarat Technological University, Computer Engineering

Current Employer and Job Title: Amazon, Business Analyst II.

Describe your biggest accomplishment in your career so far:  I see my career as a journey consisting of a series of accomplishments, each new one building on top of another, and each as fulfilling as the other. I believe that every win, while a testament to a personal sense of purpose, diligence, and drive, is also made possible by one’s team, environment, and support system.

In just under five years with my previous employer where I had started my career fresh out of college, I sought and took the opportunity to work

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Suez Canal Blockage: What It Takes to Unwedge a Megaship

Suez Canal Authority

The Ever Given in the Suez Canal.

One of the world’s largest container ships, named Ever Given, has been wedged across the Suez Canal since it was blown off course by high winds in the early hours of March 23, blocking one of the busiest maritime trade corridors in the world.

The incident has created a logjam of hundreds of tankers, the operators of which are now weighing up whether to wait for the stranded container ship to be cleared, or whether rerouting around the Cape of Good Hope, at the southernmost point of Africa, will hasten their arrival at port.

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That decision hinges upon how long it’ll take to refloat the Ever Given, tugging it away from the banks of the canal and back into operation. Several maritime salvage firms, with

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Mission Rozgar – BW Businessworld

Common Service Centres made new source of self-employment
In the early stages of the development of internet technology, no one imagined that it would become an important invention and tool for providing employment for the youth, especially in the rural areas. It has now been made a reality for the educated youth in rural areas of UP. The youth are taking an interest in opening Common Service Centres (CSC) for creating self-employment.
Over the last two months, as many as 89, 945 youths in the rural areas have shown interest in opening CSCs, and out of these 53,026 youths have already opened CSCs and are providing benefits of 258 services of 35 government departments of the state government to the public and earning money. Soon 36,919 CSCs will also start functioning as they have received permission from the state government.
This interest of rural youths in successfully being self-employed through

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India Disposable Syringes Market Report 2021: $1.82 Billion Forecast & Opportunities to 2026 –

DUBLIN–()–The “India Disposable Syringes Market, By Type, Pre-filled Syringes, Safety Syringes, By Application, By End User, By Material, By Region, Forecast & Opportunities, FY2026” report has been added to’s offering.

The Indian Disposable Syringes Market was valued at USD888.40 million in FY2020 and is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 13.28% in value terms to reach USD1,828.20 million by FY2026.

The Indian Disposable Syringes Market is expected to witness rapid growth during the forecast period owing to the growing prevalence of various chronic diseases that require treatment using disposable syringes and increasing demand for vaccines around the world. Increasing cases of infectious diseases, including COVID-19, are also creating a high demand for disposable syringes.

In addition to this, various government organizations are providing funding to companies for manufacturing disposable syringes that can be used for the treatment of coronavirus patients. This is anticipated to drive

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