Tuesday, August 02, 2005

Working woman

I had the orientation of my first job at Hotel Intercontinental yesterday. It was nice...heard all about the channel and got to listen to very inspiring stuff....followed by a five star lunch;) and then the filling up of the gazillion forms. Isn't it weird that on your first day of work you're sitting and deciding who gets the money you earned in case you die...a bit of a damper!
Then we had our first day of the familiarisation process today. We had lectures by a reputed American media person. He's very good and fun too. It just turned out that during our BBC training, Amanda has already taught us every single thing that he spoke of. Felt good to already know stuff!!! Even the software they'll be using is a high end version of the one we had at college. So, I'm quite elated about it. Today was all in all simply deja vu', ACJ revisited! Just mailed Amanda thanking her for all that she taught us and updating her on the day's events.
Ok, that's about it. Working tires you out man...but so far, I love it:)
Ciao,
M.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Mridu,
Hello! This is Rob Quicke. I hope you are well and that life is good for you after the ACJ. Nice blog!

I hope you haven't lost your love for radio (especially as you were very good at it).

Cheers and all the best,

Rob

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Mridu said...

Hey Rob,
Wonder if u got my mail! It was such a pleasant surprise to hear from you:)Yes, i am still passionate about radio and hope to do something on that front at some point of time! Currently, trying to give in my 100% and more to tv! Take care...please check your sxu id...mailed u there!
Cheers:)

Neha said...

congratulations Mridu....hope your having fun at work...I would also know the feeling when I start my internship in sept. Wish you all the best for your work and you future.
-neha

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