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No.20 Demonte Steet, A-4 Demonte Apt St, VIVEK M.S.A Santhome, Chennai- 600004, vivekmsa1988@gmail.com
Tamil Nadu, India. Ph no: 044-24641422 Mob: +91-9962985911

CAREER OBJECTIVE:

To secure a challenging position in your concern where I can utilize and enhance my professional skills.

EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION:

|Examination |Discipline/ |School/College |Board/ |Year of Passing |Aggregate |
| |Specialization | |University | |% |
|DIPLOMA | Computer Science |Hindustan Institute Of Engineering |Directorate Of Technical|2008 |64.25 |
| | |Technology |Education | | |
|10th | |Malathi Matriculation |Matriculation |2003 |51 |

ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATION:

CMS Certified Network Specialist (MCSA , CCNA, CWNA , RHCE )

TECHNICAL SKILLS:

|Languages |Java, SQL, PL/SQL |
|Web Technologies |HTML |
|Operating Systems |Windows, |
|(Installation & Maintenance) |Linux |
|Hardware |PC Assembling & Troubleshooting, Networking |
|Others |Microsoft Office, Open Office |

EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES:

• Photoshop

EXPERIENCE:

• Worked as a Consultant in Sutherland Global Solution from 16-Jul-2012 To 28-Feb-2013. • Online chat and e-mail support in service delivery team for Amazon.com (U.S) process.

ACHIEVEMENTS:

• Represented my school for Inter school Chess competition and won the second place.

• Also represented my school for Inter school carrom competition.

• Undergone Awareness Campaign on “Information and communication technology “in Science City.

ACADEMIC PROJECTS:

• We persuaded our Final Year project in the domain “Mobile Computing” titled “Implementation of video surveillance system and image capturing using android smart phones by sms alert”.

PERSONAL PROFILE:

|Name |Vivek M S A |
|Date of Birth |30th Mar 1988 |
|Gender |Male |
|Marital Status |Single |
|Father’s Name |Sivaraman A |
|Hobbies |Surfing in the Internet, Socializing and Networking with people |

LANGUAGES KNOWN:

|Language |Read |Write |Speak |
|English | | | |
|Tamil | | | |

PERSONAL TRAITS:

• Outstanding capability to work as an independent or as a team member

• Positive attitude and hard working, ability to learn faster

• Good analytical, logical & communication skills

DATE :
PLACE : Chennai.

VIVEK M.S.A

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