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I learned Business Analysis from Ms Sandhya Jane. It was very intense and useful. Now I’m looking forward to seat for CCBA or CBAP Exam. Sandhya herself gave the training and this was on new BABOK Guide 3.0 and we was able to pick up somes new changes that come with the new BABOK Guide 3.0.

Her book on business analysis (Business Analysis: The Question and Answer Book) is very useful for the exam.

I strongly recommend her guidance to anyone who’s preparing for IIBA Certification.

Hi. I have recently mentored by Ms Sandhya. I would say It was very useful and helped to get the concepts clear with theory along with practical knowledge to prepare for the certificate exam. It gives clear picture of all the concepts required for the role. Thanks Sandhya ma’am.

Loved Second Spring.
laughed. cried. smiled.

There is a big Pipal tree in front of our house-just facing my study window. It seems so near –it seems that if I take out my hand out of the window, I can touch the branches. It’s winter time now in India and every winter it sheds all its leaves. In the middle of December, if you look at the tree, it will look like a skeleton of a tree, with not a single leaf. As if the tree is dead. Then comes the spring and new lease of life is sprinkled to the tree. New leaves emerging, yellow giving way to a wonderful combination of red and green –as if it is a festival of life.
Sometimes when I am alone in the study, I think that the human life is like the tree. When winter comes-the life goes inside the cocoon. Then comes the spring again-and it is a new song of life. Human life always fights against all odds, against all fragility-towards a new ray of hope. The story of life is always this prayer of hope. Sometimes there are ups; sometimes there are downs, sometimes human life faces a crushing defeat-but it is that hope that keeps human alive. Literature that speak of this hope are one of my favorite readings. That’s why ‘ A second spring-brings new hope’ by Sandhya Jane touches my heart.

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