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Ananthakrishna sharma

  1. 1. Ananthakrishna Sharma HR Advisory Professional & Freelance Counselor
  2. 2. My Skills• Good communication and interpersonal skills• Proficient in MS Office products, Word, Excel and e-mailing tools (Microsoft Outlook, Outlook Express)• Good active listening skills• Positive attitude and self-discipline• Planning and Implementation of Recruitment Process• Training on Recruitment Process and HR Executives• Design and Prepare Job Descriptions• Salary Fitment and Appraisal• Employee Grievance Management• Talent and Performance Management• Employee Management• Vendor Management• Client Management• Well versed in Boolean Search concept• Report Generation
  3. 3. Employers Worked WithHuman Resource Related Positions• Caritor Solutions India Pvt Ltd Resource Manager Aug 2010 – Aug 2012• Evesagar Technologies Resource Manager Apr 2010 – Aug 2010• ISL Techsolutions Inc HR Manager Nov 2007 – Mar 2010• Microcell Computer Technologies Manager & Admin Dec 2008 – Jun 2009• Osprosystems LLc Shift HR Manager Jun 2006 – Nov 2007Wildlife and Academic Related Positions• CSIR Research Associate Oct 2004 – Apr 2006• Centre for Wildlife Studies Course Coordinator Apr 2003 – Oct 2004• Mysore Education Society Lecturer Aug 2002 – Mar 2003• University of Mysore Wildlife Researcher Jul 1996 – Apr 2002
  4. 4. My Education• Post Doctoral, CSIR (Worked at UOM) (2006)• Doctorate in Behavior Biology, University of Mysore, Mysore (2002)• Post Graduation in Zoology, University of Mysore, India (1996)• Under Graduation, Hoysaleswara College, Arasikere (1994)• Pre University, Hoysaleswara College, Arasikere (1991)• SSLC, St. Mary’s High School, Arasikere (1987)
  5. 5. Client Handled
  6. 6. Funds Received for Research • Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Govt. of India • University of Mysore, Mysore, India • Jay Narayan Vyas University, Jodhpur, India • US Fish and Wildlife Service, USA • Wildlife Conservation Society, USA • Department of Science and Technology, Govt. of India
  7. 7. Reports Submitted• Singh, M., Singh, M., Kumar, M. A., Kumara, H.N., Sushma, H.S., Sharma, A.K., and Tejaswi, N.M. (1999). Studies on ecology, adaptation and evolution of sociality in non-human primates of south India. Final Technical Report submitted to Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India. Pp 234.• Sharma, A.K. (2002). Study of the Reproductive behaviour of lion-tailed macaque (Macaca silenus) in the rain forests of Western Ghats. Final Technical Report submitted to US Fish and Wildlife Service, USA.
  8. 8. Papers Presented• Sharma, A.K., Singh, M., Harvey, N. (1999). General Features of the reproductive behaviour of lion-tailed macaque (Macaca silenus) at the Fifth International Symposium on Lion-tailed Macaque. University of Mysore.• Sharma, A.K., and Singh, M. (1999). Further Study on reproductive study of lion-tailed macaque (Macaca silenus). In International Core Group Meeting. Jodhpur, Rajasthan.• Sharma, A.K., and Singh, M. (2000). Reproductive behaviour of lion-tailed macaque (Macaca silenus) In 26th Conference of the Ethological Society of India. Kamaraj University, Madurai.• Sharma, A.K., and Singh, M. (2001). Conservation of rain forest, Lion-tailed macaque a case study. In Workshop for the forest department, Karnataka Forest Department, Kudremukh.• Sharma, A.K. (2003). Seasonality in Wild Lion-tailed Macaque (Macaca silenus) In 28th Conference of the Ethological Society of India at Mundanthurai Tiger Reserve.• Sharma, A.K. (2003). Quest for Understanding the Significance of Reproductive announcement. In Jawaharlal Nehru Center for Advanced Scientific Research, Bangalore.• Sharma, A.K., (2004). Pattern of Mating and mating success of Male Lion-tailed Macaque (Macaca silenus). In 91st Indian Science Congress at Chandigarh.
  9. 9. Paper Published• (1998). Behaviour of Lion-tailed macaque (Macaca silenus) in vulnerable and relatively secure habitats in the rain forests of Western Ghats, India. Tiger Paper (Thailand), XXV (4): 19-25.• (2000). Faunal component in the diet of lion-tailed macaques. Primate Report, 58: 57-65.• (2000). Status and conservation of lion-tailed macaque and other arboreal mammals in tropical rain forests of Sringeri forest range, Western Ghats, Karnataka, India. Primate Report, 58: 5-16.• (2000). Niche separation in sympatric lion-tailed macaque (Macaca silenus) and Nilgiri langur (Presbytis johnii) in an rain forest. Primate Report, 58: 83-95.• (2000). Road kills of wild fauna in Indira Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary, Western Ghats, India: Implication for Management. Biosphere Conservation (Japan), 3(1): 41-47.• (2001). Male migration in lion-tailed macaque. Primate Report, 59: 5-18.• (2001). Behavioural Responses of Lion-tailed Macaques (Macaca silenus) to a changing habitat in a Tropical Rain Forest Fragment in the Western Ghats, India. Folia Primatologica, 72:278-291.• (2002). Study of the Reproductive behaviour of lion-tailed macaque (Macaca silenus) in the rain forests of Western Ghats. PhD dissertation submitted to University of Mysore, Mysore.• (2002). Distribution, Population Structure and Conservation of Lion-tailed Macaques (Macaca silenus) in the Anaimalai Hills, Western Ghats, India. American Journal of Primatology, 57:91-102.• (2002). Distribution patterns, relative abundance and management of mammals in Indira Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary. Jl. Bom. Nat. Hist. Soc. 99(2):184-210.• (2002). Methodological Considerations in measurement of dominance in primates. Current Science. 84(5):709-713.• (2003). Seasonality in Wild Lion tailed Macaque (Macaca silenus). Annual Report, Ethological Society of India..• (2003). Breeding synchronization in lion-tailed macaques (Macaca silenus) in tropical rainforests of the Western Ghats. Anim. Behav (Communicated).• (2004). Diversity and management of wild mammals in tea gardens in the rain forest regions of the Western Ghats, India: A case study from a tea estate in the Anaimalai Hills. Current Science 87 (9): 1282-1287.
  10. 10. Ananthakrishna SharmaEmail: anantha@baaks.comMobile: +91 9886723218Postal Address:7, SimhadriAMS LayoutBangalore – 560097KAR, INDIA