Locality: Kolkata Area, India
Summary: RBM at Glenmark Pharmaceuticals
Past: Business Manager at Cipla Ltd
Education: Jhalda Satya Bhama Vidhypith Chemistry
Experience: Glenmark Pharmaceuticals (Public Company; 5001-10,000 employees; GLENMARK; Pharmaceuticals industry): RBM,
Cipla Ltd (Pharmaceuticals industry): Business Manager, (November 2004-March 2010) Worked as a Business Manager
Interests: career opportunities, consulting offers, new ventures, job inquiries, expertise requests, business deals, reference requests, getting back in touch
Ranjan Acharya Corporate V-P (HRD) Anurag Bihar Corporate executive V-P (mission quality, brand and innovation) Suresh Senapathy Corporate executive V-P (finance)
VISHWAS ACHARYA N: ELEM0067: Tamal Paul: ELEM0108: tamanna: ELEM0128: NAVDEEP KAUR DHALIWAL: ELEM0216: Gorla N Brahmendra Yadav: ELEM0244: Akhil J: ELEM0269: NEELI AVINASH
Acharya, N., Talawar, R. K., Purnapatre, K. and Varshney, U. (2004) Use of sequence ... Anasuya Chattopadhyay, Tamal Raha and M.S. Shaila (2004). Effect of single amino ...
Publication of provisional merit list of Contact Teacher Acharya(Clasical) Total % Secured ... 478 1000 568 1800 1179 0 0 62.676 AT-TAMAL ...
Acharya Dr. ABB: 4240: 6454: 2359-4008: Agrawal Anmur: 2303--Ahammed Manir ... Bhattacharya Tamal * 2103--Bhattacharya Tanushyam
... 44,402, Tamal Dasgupta, chief information officer, $71,245 and $31,251, A L Rao, president, telecom and internetworking solutions, $95,693 and $45,895, Ranjan Acharya ...
Equitymaster.com: Politics and the stock market Shankar Acharya: Growth prospects: a ... John Laxmi: Outsource to India, without compromising US interests Tamal Bandyopadhyay ...
Barun Roy: Singapore takes a gamble Tamal Bandyopadhyay: Indian banks are really not ... Bibek Debroy: A Swiss skunk Shankar Acharya: Revive industrial employment or repent
Tamal Bandyopadhyay: Banks say no to the stock market ... Shankar Acharya: India is China's economic equal? Bah! Sunita Narain: The great oil ...
Tamal Bandyopadhyay shows how it can be done Who's afraid of liberalisation? ... The 'early harvest' helped sustain the momentum, writes Shankar Acharya