Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Aninderjit Kaur (Banking Resume)

Dear Mam,

Please find attached my ‘Curriculum Vitae’ for your kind consideration. For any further details or concerns, please feel free to contact me.


With Best Regards,
Aninderjit Kaur Mann
(Assistant Manager, Centurion Bank of Punjab)
Ph: 9876699010

Tuesday, October 9, 2007


Sant Isher Singh Public School
Senior Secondary Co-Educational School
Phase - 7
SAS Nagar, Mohali, Punjab
Affiliated to CBSE, New Delhi. Classes upto XII. Gem Public School
Behind Hanuman Mandir
Sector 3B-2
SAS Nagar, Mohali, Punjab
[0172] 5090720, 5093734
English medium, Co-educational, Affiliated to P.S.E.B. Classes Nursery to X.
Plot No. 5
Phase - V
SAS Nagar, Mohali, Punjab
[0172] 2232822
Path Finder High School
Opp. 3608
Sector - 69
SAS Nagar, Mohali, Punjab
[0172] 5099654, 9815541705

Manav Mangal Smart School
Sector 64
Phase X
SAS Nagar, Mohali, Punjab
[0172] 5049600, 5049700
A unit of Manav Mangal Group of Schools, Chandigarh, Panchkula, Mohali. From Pre-Nursery to Class VII St. Xavier's High School
Sector - 70
SAS Nagar, Mohali, Punjab
[0172] 2227833
Pre-Nursery to Class X

Ashmah International School
Near # 115
Sector 70
SAS Nagar, Mohali, Punjab
[0172] 5063138, 5063139
English Medium & CBSE Pattern St. Paul's International School
Phase - VI
SAS Nagar, Mohali, Punjab
Pre-Nursery to 4th Standard
St. Soldier International Convent School
Phase - VII
SAS Nagar, Mohali, Punjab
[0172] 2270443, 2268088
Premier Senior Secondary Institute affilicated to CBSE. From Play Group, KG to IX Ajit Karam Singh International Public School - AKSIPS
Phase - XI
SAS Nagar, Mohali, Punjab
[0172] 2234733, 2212000

Spring Valley Public School
A Dream School for Tiny Tots
# 2422
Phase - XI
SAS Nagar, Mohali, Punjab
[0172] 3099486, 9814465346
Classes: Playway, Pre-Nursery, Nursery, LKG, UKG. Vijay Public School
Sector - 58
SAS Nagar, Mohali, Punjab
[0172] 2228213
Pre-Nursery to VIII. CBSE Pattern
Shemrock Senior Secondary School
Sector - 69
SAS Nagar, Mohali, Punjab
[0172] 2230473, 2230479
Classes from Playgroup to VIII. Courses based on CBSE Pattern. Transportation, Boarding Facility available Smartkids Kindergarten School
Opp. # 1678
Phase - X
SAS Nagar, Mohali, Punjab
[0172] 2214586, 4623586

Sanjay Public School
Senior Secondary
Sector - 70
SAS Nagar, Mohali, Punjab
[0172] 5091575, 9855113234
Affiliated to C.B.S.E. Playway to XII (Medical, Non-Medical, Commerce and Arts) Small Wonders School
Opposite # 2900
Phase - VII
SAS Nagar, Mohali, Punjab
[0172] 2274834, 2274827

Swami Ram Tirtha Public High School
Phase - IV
SAS Nagar, Mohali, Punjab
[0172] 2227409, 5543006
Doon International School
A branch of Doon International School, Dehradun
Sector - 69
SAS Nagar, Mohali, Punjab
[0172] 2211520, 3096821
[0172] 2210842
Classes from Pre-Nursery, Nursery, KG & I - IX
The British School
School for the global child
Sector - 70
SAS Nagar, Mohali, Punjab
[0172] 5097099
Gian Jyoti Public School
Phase - II
SAS Nagar, Mohali, Punjab
[0172] 2228806
Affiliated to CBSE upto XII Standard.
Anee's School
Site No. 1
Sector - 69
SAS Nagar, Mohali, Punjab
[0172] 5542836, 2232836
An Exclusive English Medium School of International Standards, Imparting Indian Values Ashmah International School
Near Special Park
Sector - 70
SAS Nagar, Mohali, Punjab
[0172] 5063138, 5063139, 9814567139

Golden Bells Public School
Near Eye Hospital Sohana
Sector - 77
SAS Nagar, Mohali, Punjab
[0172] 9417013795, 9417028449, 9417258830
Classes from Play Nursery to 10th Yadavindra Public School
Sector 51
SAS Nagar, Mohali, Punjab - 062
[0172] 2232850, 2214112

Euro Kids
Swami Ram Tiratha Public High School
Phase - IV
SAS Nagar, Mohali, Punjab
[0172] 3947019
Shishu Niketan Public School
Sector 66
SAS Nagar, Mohali, Punjab
[0172] 6533966

Sri Hemkunt Public School
Opp. Kothi No. 2301-
Near Post Office
Sector - 71
SAS Nagar, Mohali, Punjab
[0172] 9815215089
Pre-Nursery to VIII Class Paragon Senior Secondary School
Sector - 69
SAS Nagar, Mohali, Punjab
[0172] 2230200, 2230300
Affiliated to Punjab School Education Board (PSEB)
Lawerance Public Senior Secondary School
Affiliated to CBSE
Phase - VI
SAS Nagar, Mohali, Punjab
[0172] 2268319, 2261031
Sherwood Convent School
Phase - 4
SAS Nagar, Mohali, Punjab
[0172] 2268801
Playway to 9th Class. C.B.S.E. Pattern.
B.M.D. Public School
Sector - 63
SAS Nagar, Mohali, Punjab
[0172] 5090419, 5063419
Managed by Baba Mal Dass Charitable Trust. From pre-nursery to class VIII

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PGD Application

Dear Sir/Mam,

We (myself and my husband) are residing in Mohali at present. We have a very 2.6 yr old very sweet & cute daughter. And now we want to plan for a second baby. We really want a planned baby, in the sense that now we want a son to balance our family. We are strictly against the female feticide, as we consider it to be the biggest sin on this earth. So, we shall be thankful to you if you could help us to get a son with the PGD technique.

Sir, I have some queries which I believe you can answer:

1) Are there any side effects on the health of mother and baby (even minor)?
2) How much time it will take for the whole process?
3) What is the success rate?
4) How much we have to pay for it?

Sir, We are eagerly waiting for your reply and we want the baby as soon as possible.
With Best Regards!!

Swaran Preet Singh & Rupinderjeet Kaur

Monday, October 8, 2007


The hair has a tendency to lose its natural colour with advancing age and turn grey, but premature greying is a morbid condition and it makes even the young look older. The hair is an appendage of the skin. It is composed of the same kinds of cells as are found in the outer layer of the skin, which is known as the epidermis. Hair grows from hair follicles which are deep recesses in the epidermis. The sebaceous glands of the scalp secrete an oily substance called sebum, which is the source of nutrition, lustre, and blackness of the hair. The hair cannot be fed externally, for such nourishment, as the scalp requires, must come to it from the bloodstream.
Faulty diet, Mental worries and lack of vitaminsA faulty diet and mental worries are the two primary causes of premature greying of hair. Lack of some of the B vitamins, iron, copper, and iodine in the daily diet is said to be a contributory factor. Mental worries produce extraordinary tension in the skin of the scalp; this interferes with the supply of vital nutrition necessary for the health of the hair.
Heredity, unclean condition of scalp etc: Other causes of premature greying of hair are an unclean condition of the scalp, washing the hair with hot water, drying it with an electric dryer, and use of hair dyes. Heredity is also a predisposing factor.
Indian Gooseberry: It is the first and foremost among the home remedies found beneficial in the prevention and treatment of premature greying of hair. This is a valuable hair tonic for enriching hair growth and hair pigmentation. The fruit, cut into pieces, should be dried, preferably in shade. These pieces should be boiled in coconut oil till the solid matter becomes like charred dust. This darkish oil is very useful against premature greying. The water in which dried amla pieces have been soaked overnight is also nourishing for the hair. This water should be used for the last rinse while washing the hair. Massaging the scalp every night with a teaspoonful of amla juice, mixed with a teaspoon of almond oil and a few drops of lime juice, also proves beneficial in the prevention and treatment of premature greying of hair.
Amaranth: Amaranth is another effective home remedy for hair disorders. Application of the fresh juice of the leaves of this vegetable helps the hair to retain its black colour and prevents it from premature greying. It also helps the growth of the hair and keeps it soft.
Curry Leaves: Liberal intake of curry leaves is considered beneficial in preventing premature greying of hair. These leaves have the property of providing vitality and strength to hair roots. New hair roots that grow are healthier and contain a normal pigment. These leaves may be squeezed in buttermilk. When the leaves are boiled in coconut oil, the oil forms an excellent hair tonic to stimulate hair growth and bring back hair pigmentation.
Ribbed Gourd:Ribbed gourd boiled in coconut oil is also an effective remedy for premature greying of hair. Pieces of this vegetable should be dried in the shade. These dried pieces should be soaked in coconut oil and kept aside for three or four days. The oil should then be boiled till the solid is reduced to a blackened residue. This oil should be massaged into the scalp. It will help enrich the hair roots and restore pigment to the hair.
Butter: The butter made from cow's milk has the property of preventing premature greying of hair. A small roll may be taken internally and a little quantity may be massaged into the hair roots twice a week.
Vitamins: The vitamins considered useful in guarding against premature greying of hair are pantothenic acid, para-aminobenzoic acid (paba), inositol. The minimum daily requirement of these vitamins appears to be 10 mg of pantothenic acid, 100 mg of para-aminobenzoic acid, and 2 gm of inositol. To obtain satisfactory results, all three of these vitamins belonging to the B group should be supplied at one time, preferably in a form which supplies all the B vitamins, such as yeast and liver. The three anti-greying-hair vitamins can also be produced in the intestinal tract by bacteria. Thus, taking a sufficient quantity of yoghurt daily and a tablespoonful of yeast before each meal is an excellent remedy for the prevention and treatment of premature greying of hair. If one wishes to take tablets of calcium pantothenate and para-aminobenzoic acid (paba), they should be taken in addition to the yeast and yoghurt, and not as a substitute for them.
Take nutrients rich diet: Diet is of utmost importance in the prevention and treatment of premature greying of hair and persons suffering from this disorder should take a diet rich in all essential nutrients.
Avoid devitalising foods, soft drinks etc: Devitalising foods such as white flour, refined sugar and all products made from them, soft drinks, pastries, jams and jellies should be avoided. These foods take away energy, cause wrinkles, unattractive skin, grey hair, and premature old age.
Dear in addition to above home remedies I would also like to tell you that Massage of scalp with almond oil is very beneficial and will make the action of above home remedies fast.

Saturday, October 6, 2007


As the breast is a gland, nipples may occasionally secrete fluids, even if you've never been pregnant. Cancer is rarely the underlying cause

Let me tell you something about the nipple discahrge:

One or both breasts may produce a nipple discharge, either spontaneously or when you squeeze your nipples or breasts. A nipple discharge may look milky, or it may be yellow, green, brown or bloody. The consistency of nipple discharge varies from thick and sticky to thin and watery.

Dear, be prepared with the answers to following questions before going to see your doctor:

1) What color is the discharge?
2) How much discharge is there?
3) Does it happen in one or both breasts?
4) Does the discharge appear to come from one opening in
your nipple or multiple openings?
5) Is the discharge spontaneous, or does it happen only
when you squeeze your nipple?
6) Do you have any other signs and symptoms, such as fever,
redness, pain in the breast, headaches or vision
7) Have you recently experienced an injury to the chest?
8) What medications do you take?

As it is better to be educated about our diseases, so I am explaining the possible causes of nipple discharge below:

1) Mammary duct ectasia. Mammary duct ectasia is one of the most common causes of abnormal nipple discharge. One or more of the ducts beneath your nipple becomes inflamed and clogged with a thick, sticky, green or black substance. You can relieve some of your symptoms by applying warm compresses to your breast. Taking aspirin or nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, such as ibuprofen, may help relieve some symptoms. Also, your doctor may prescribe antibiotics to clear up any infection. In some cases, surgery might be necessary to remove the affected duct.

2) Intraductal papilloma. Intraductal papilloma is a small, usually noncancerous (benign) growth that projects into a milk duct near your nipple. The discharge may be bloody or sticky and usually occurs spontaneously from one duct only, with manipulation of your nipple. You may notice staining or spotting from the discharge on your shirt or the inside of your bra. You may also feel a small lump behind and near the edge of your nipple. Your doctor may perform an ultrasound on your areola and the surrounding area to check for a nodule in a duct. Treatment involves surgical removal of the involved duct and examination of the tissue to rule out cancer.

3) Galactorrhea. The nipple discharge associated with galactorrhea is usually white or clear, but it could be yellow or green, and it may leak from one or both breasts. Galactorrhea occurs because your body is making too much prolactin — the hormone your brain produces to stimulate milk production after you have a baby. This also might happen if you have a hormonal imbalance, such as from taking birth control pills; an underactive thyroid gland; a tumor (prolactinoma) or other disorder of the pituitary gland; or chronic breast stimulation, such as from frequent breast self-exams or sexual activity.

4) Injury. A blunt trauma — for instance, the impact of the steering wheel in a car accident or a hard blow to your chest during sports — can cause nipple discharge in both your breasts. The nipple discharge results from tissue damage and may be clear, yellow or bloody. The discharge often occurs spontaneously and involves multiple ducts.

5) Abscess. Most common in lactating women, a breast abscess can happen when your nipples become irritated or infected from breast-feeding. A break or crack in your skin can allow bacteria to invade your breast tissue, causing an infection. The nipple discharge may contain pus, and the breast can become red, swollen and warm to the touch. Treatment involves surgically draining the abscess, and your doctor also may prescribe antibiotics.

6) Fibrocystic changes. Fibrocystic breast changes result in lumpy, tender breasts and can produce a clear, yellow or light green discharge from your nipples. Fibrocystic changes are very common, occurring to varying degrees in about half of all women. Your doctor may run some tests — such as a mammogram or an ultrasound — to make sure the discharge isn't caused by cancer. If the tests show fibrocystic changes as the underlying cause, no further treatment is necessary.

7) Breast cancer. Nipple discharge rarely is a sign of breast cancer, but it's possible that discharge may indicate cancer is present within a duct (intraductal breast cancer) or outside the duct (invasive breast cancer). See your doctor promptly for evaluation if your discharge is bloody, spontaneous and occurs in only one breast.

Another form of cancer — Paget's disease of the breast — also is associated with nipple discharge. Signs and symptoms include itching, burning, redness or scaling of the nipple and areola — the darker colored skin surrounding the nipple. You may also have a bloody discharge from the nipple, and the nipple may appear flattened against your breast. Your doctor can diagnose the disease by doing a biopsy of the affected area of the areola. Standard treatment is removal of the breast, but removal of just the breast tumor may sometimes be an option. Your doctor might recommend chemotherapy or radiation after surgery.


Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) is an encroachment by the bacteria of the urinary tract which includes kidney, ureters, bladder or urethra. This bacterium enters the opening of the urethra and procreates in the urinary tract causing urinary tract infection. This can be very painful and a major cause of distress in your life. If it is not contained in the earlier stages it is likely to spread to your kidneys, which can become a serious health issue.

1) Need to go – all time: A very common symptom which UTI patients face through this condition- is the constant urge to urinate.
2) Burning sensation and traces of blood: Urination is painful as well as leaves a burning sensation. Sometimes the sign is so relevant in the form of blood which is seen in your urine.
3) Fever, vomiting along with other pains: You may suffer from fever if you have infection in you kidneys. Bouts of vomiting and nausea are also possible if you are affected by the kidney infection. Backache and pain below your ribs are some of the other symptoms.

1) Bacteria in the urethra is mainly caused when the bacteria from the digestive tract holds on to the opening of the urethra, this poses a problem.
2) During a sexual intercourse the bacteria present in the vaginal tract is pushed inside the urethra by the movement of the penis.
3) Having different sexual partners can be another reason for urinary tract infection.
4) Waiting too long to urinate may cause this infection.
5) Holding urine for a long time stretches the bladder. This stretching weakens the bladder - disallowing it to completely empty itself. The urine which remains in the bladder increases your chances of the infection.

1) Baking Soda: A mixture of 1/2 tsp baking soda in eight ounce glass of water can be very helpful on the first signs of urinary tract infection. The presence of baking soda in your system raises the acid-base balance of the acidic urine.
2) Drinking water or fluids: It is very important for your system to have a good flow of urine. This can be done by consuming plenty of water. It cleanses your body by diluting and flushing out the unwanted substance.
3) Cranberry Juice: Cranberry juice disallows bacteria to cling to the cell, which line the urinary tract. It is a great remedy to fight this infection. If you cannot have the cranberry juice directly you can mix it with apple juice to add some taste.
4) Aromatherapy: You can make an essential oil by using equal parts of sandalwood, bergamot, tea tree, frankincense and juniper. Mix all these ingredients to make an oil to be rubbed over your bladder area. Continue this massaging technique for three to four days once the symptoms subside.
5) Echinacea: You can consume at least two capsules three times a day of Echinacea and Oregon grape root or goldenseal to fight the infection.
6) Tincture: In acute cases try having 1/2 tsp of tincture every hour. Severe infection needs severe measures. Blend equal parts of pipsissewa, buchu, echinacea, and uva ursi tinctures. Have 20 drops of this blended mixture every two hours for first two days and later 1 tsp four times a day, till you have completely recovered. Have a soothing tea such as marshmallow root to counter the strong antiseptic effect of urva ursi.
1) Increase the intake of vitamins C: Vitamin C prevents the bacterial growth due to the acidic environment created in the bladder and the urinary tract. It is very important to have a healthy diet which is rich in minerals and other supplements for your daily quota. You can maintain the alkaline content in urine by a rich diet of milk, fruits, and fresh vegetables.
2) Fresh berry juice: Consume fresh berry juice as part of the daily diet, turns out with great results in a long run.
3) Avoid irritant foods: A diet which consists of processed food like cheese, chocolate, dairy products should be avoided.
4) Avoid spicy food, caffeine, alcohol and cigarettes which otherwise is also harmful.
5) Avoid carbonated drinks like beer, soda or any other drink with fizz.
6) Stay away from artificial sweetener: Aspartame is one of a kind of artificial sweetener. You will find many artificial sweeteners in the market which should be avoided. It is mainly consumed by diabetic patients and is used in many beverages and other foods.
1) Hot compression: You can place a heating pad on the lower abdominal area to provide some relief to your pain.
2) Reflexology: Working on the bladder or kidney points can provide you some relief from this infection.
3) Dressing comfortably: Wearing loose-fitting and cotton clothes helps a great deal. Wearing tight undergarments and tight fitting clothes creates more room for infection.

Friday, October 5, 2007



354, Phase I, Urban Estate,
Pin Code 147002.
Mobile: 91-9876699010

To attain a challenging and rewarding position in the banking sector that utilizes my expertise.

B. Sc. (Information Software)
M. Sc. (Information Software)
Attended seminars and training classes on various banking issues arranged by Centurion Bank of Punjab.
 Promoted 3 times in 2.5 years (Front office executive to Junior Officer to Senior Executive to Assistant Manager.).

 Experienced working in fast paced environments demanding strong organizational, technical, and interpersonal skills.

 Trustworthy, ethical and discreet, committed to superior customer service.

 Confident and poised in interactions with individuals at all levels.

 Detail oriented and resourceful in completing projects, able to multi-task effectively. Outstanding communication, presentation, and sales skills.

 Strong ability in personnel interviewing, training, and motivating. Skilled in organization and office procedures.

 Ability to achieve immediate and long-term goals and meet operational deadlines.

 Ability to build and maintain Customer Service and Relations, Word Processing and Typing, Computer Operations, Accounts Payable/Receivable, Filing and Data Archiving, Office Equipment Operation, Telephone Reception, General Accounting, Problem Solving.

Was appointed at the post of Front Officer executive and due to my OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE I was soon promoted to Junior Officer and then to the post of Assistant Manager.
I am and expert in the following:
1. Targeting and developing new accounts, bringing more businesses and greater economic support to the bank.

2. Expanding customer base through a variety of effective sales techniques.
3. Handing junior employees and senior officers in a very intelligent manner. I can make my subordinates to work efficiently (by setting my examples) so that I could provide my seniors with satisfactory results in time.
4. I have extensive experience in working under deadlines and benchmarks with great success.
5. I have a very good exposure to circumstances where I had to work under a great stress. But I always emerged with success form such successful conditions and also I learned a lot from such situations.

Spending quality time with family members.

Listening to old Hindi songs and Punjabi folk.

Playing with my daughter.


Age/Sex: 26years/Female

Date of Birth: 1st May, 1981

Marital Status: Married.

Spouse: Professionally an Engineer (Gold
Medalist), currently working as Area
Manager with top ranking
automobile company.

Languages Known: English, Punjabi and Hindi.

Nationality: Indian.

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