About Me

“I am neither especially clever nor especially gifted. I am only very, very curious”. Said by Albert Einstein, the greatest scientist of all time and the person I admire the most.Well, I am a person who is Positive about every aspect of life. There are many things I like to do, to see, and to experience.

I am presently in Bangalore, India working as a Oracle Technical Consultant in a  MNC in the field of ERP Software. My current expertise are Oracle E-Business Suite, Oracle Forms/Reports 10g, Discoverer,XML Publisher , PL/SQL and Java/OAF. I am presently working in Oracle Apps R12 in Financial and SCM Modules. I am also an Oracle Certified Professional. Starting in my college life , I have moved through various Technologies like C, C++, Java. .NET, Mainframe etc. I always love to learn new things and technologies and to explore them.

I like to write about technologies and current events. My work is to give you the best content from my side. For that I do research on the topics and then only post. I wish to learn in all stages of my life, since “The difference between a successful person and others is not a lack of strength, not a lack of knowledge, but rather a lack of will.” 

Photography is also one of my hobby and whenever I get time I move out with my camera to capture the true colors of life and nature. I love to travel and I never miss my trips with my friends. Also sometimes I am involved in various CSR activities initiated by my company or other NGOs.

I have done my schooling from Assam, my homeland, a land of natural beauties and the gateway to the north East India. Know Assam

Little More:

  • Birth Day: 30 September
  • Hobbies: Blogging, Watching Movies, Music
  • Passions: Programming, Cyber games, R&D
  • Fav Sports: Cricket, football, badminton
  • Fav Quote: “You gotta Dream, You gotta protect it”

Thanks for visiting…..:)

17 Responses to About Me

  1. RAJIV MISHRA says:

    Hi ..nice to see you here ..
    Today I saw your pictures of Assam. I also like these kinds of pics and natural beauty.
    I’m a fresher and working on Oracle apps R12 Technical. I always see your Blog …This is an awesome Blog which contend useful information for any fresher as well as experience persons. Please keep continue.

    Thanks
    RAJIV MISHRA

  2. Sankar says:

    Many Many Happy Returns of the day.

    I have got some key information from your blog. Thanks.

    Sankar.N

  3. Mahesh says:

    Very nice blog.

  4. shilpa says:

    Thank you for giving us such useful information.

    • Thanks Shilpa…

  5. M. Harish Kumar says:

    Dibyajyoti koch
    Nice to see your site, very informative. want to share more things so kindly give your email and skype address.
    Thankyou
    M. Harish Kumar

    • Hi Harish,

      Thanks for your comment. I have send one mail to you.

  6. Kalai says:

    Really very good blog and lot of info and I saw all of you pictures in the other blog. It looks so beautiful. I love the picture with a kayak/boat blue one, wonderful pictures.

    • Thanks Kalai…for your comments…

  7. fahmyhaniffa says:

    Hi
    It is very informative. I want to share more things, so please give me your email and skype address.

    Thanks

  8. Rajesh D says:

    hi sir,
    this site is very useful to the apps developer.
    I am working as a apps developer and i want to learn bi publisher, sla and moac concepts.
    so please share the concepts.
    Thanks in advance.

  9. fahmyhaniffa says:

    Hi,
    I have sent you an email regarding a move order API issue, will u be able to check and guide me?
    Thanks

  10. siva says:

    ThanQ very much for giving very useful information….

  11. maeshakib says:

    Nice tutorial. In INTERNET I do not find any Oracle Form builder book free yet. I want to know more thing than beginner but could not find.

  12. meena says:

    i’m fresher and i’m not getting the start into java, oracle but .net :( :'(

  13. sree says:

    most useful information available in this website and nice to see.

    All the best.. Thanks a lot for sharing the information

  14. Thirupathireddy V says:

    Hello sir,
    I have a requirement in xml publisher report(Client needs to change from discoverer report into xml Excel report) in which i need to split excel sheet into multiple Excel sheets based on rowcount(1 to 65532 in sheet1,65533 to 131065 in sheet2..so on , for this i tried in Excel template data constraints writing logic in xdo_metadata,but i unable to get succeed ..please help me on this
    Thanq…

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