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									                                                          RUNJHUN GOEL
                                                      runjhun.goel@mavs.uta.edu
413 Summit Ave, Apt 155
Arlington, TX 76013                                                                                   Cell : (682) 521-6158

SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS
* A diverse repertoire, with a blend of degrees in business management, marketing research, electrical engineering and
  experience in the IT industry.
* Excellent analytical skills demonstrated through previous jobs and analysis of class projects and case studies.
* Demonstrable leadership ability and capability to make business plans. Worked both as a team lead and as an active member
  in big teams.
* Excellent communication skills and an avid listener.
* Keen learner with good adaptability to varying situations. Set realistic goals and work hard towards attaining them.
* Extensive computer knowledge with training and work experience in data warehousing and reporting tools like Business
  Objects 6.5 and 5.1.7, Informatica Power Centre 6.2, Oracle (Toad 6.4.0), Visual Basic, basics of SQL and Mainframe.

EDUCATION
* M.B.A. – Marketing ; M.S. – Marketing Research (dual degree)                                     May 2011 (MBA expected)
  The University of Texas at Arlington                                                             Dec. 2011 (MS expected)
  Current GPA : 3.818
* B.E. - Electrical Engineering, Pune University, India                                                           May 2003
  First Class with Distinction

PROFESSIONAL EXPERICENCE
* Software Engineer, Infosys Technologies Limited                                                      July ’04 – June ’06
  Bangalore, India
  Independent Bottlers Reporting project for Pepsi-US : Created reports for Global Procurement Team of Pepsi, using Business
  Objects reporting tool after understanding their complex business structure and different databases.
  VBA Access project for Pepsi-US : Created and enhanced system appreciation document for different models of Pepsi
  (beverage) like Gatorade, NonCarb, Shrink and Pepsi Cola.
  Other responsibilities included training new-recruits on the system and conducting sessions on Business Objects to train
  people in the organization.
* Project Trainee, Exide Batteries                                                                     Oct. ’02 – June ’03
  Pune, India
  Worked on a six month project as a part of senior year college curriculum. Project dealt with automation of chamber sealing
  machine. Worked in a team of five, handled jobs varying from designing and fabricating the box, internal wiring to PLC
  programming. FX1S series of Mitsubishi Program Logic Controller were used, a two-day programming session conducted by
  Mitsubishi for Ladder Diagram Development was also attended.

NOTEWORTHY CURRICULAR PROJECTS
* Business Plan to launch a German Christmas Village (Chriskindl Market) in Arlington, Texas
  Worked with City of Arlington to roll out a complete business plan with mission, marketing and financial plans.
* Market Research Report on High Freshman Attrition Rate at The University of Texas at Arlington
  Worked with the Marketing Research team at UTA, created a survey, analyzed the data and presented the key
  recommendations to the school.
* Analysis of McDonald’s Internet Marketing Strategy
  Used various marketing tools to analyze and compare McDonald’s web and social media presence with that of other fast food
  giants like Starbucks, Chick-fil-A and Dunkin’ Donuts. Presented the research and recommendations to a leading Marketing
  Research Company.

EXTRA / CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
*   Editor of Pepsi-US News Letter at Infosys, Bangalore.
*   Party Coordinator for Pepsi-US at Infosys, Bangalore.
*   Training Incharge for new entrants to Pepsi-US team at Infosys, Bangalore.
*   Active participant in events involving creative skills like painting, crafts, graphics, etc.

								
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