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Experienced in Microbiology testing laboratory, Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) Development and Administration, SQL querying and database, Technical or content writing, Documentation
|2017 - 2019:||Application Support Analyst, AsureQuality, Auckland|
|2006 - 2016:||Senior Microbiologist and LIMS Developer at Watercare Laboratory Services, Auckland|
|1989 - 2006:||Freelance Consultant. Market and technology projects for JETRO, Singapore. Survey Projects for National Computer Board, Singapored|
|1997:||Temporary (Maternity leave cover) Microbiologist, Douglas Pharmaecuticals|
|1988:||Microbiologist, Unichem Pharmaceuticals, Bombay, India|
|1987 - 1988:||Research Associate, Chemical Engineering Department, Bombay University Department of Chemical Technology|
|1996 - 1997:||Post-graduate Diploma in Environmental Engineering from Massey University, New Zealand|
|1983 - 1988:||Doctorate Degree in Microbiology from Bombay University, India|
|1981 - 1983:||Masters Degree in Science (Microbiology) with a first class from Bombay University, India|
|1978 - 1981:||Bachelors Degree in Science (Microbiology), with a first class from Bombay University, India|
Carnatic music (Veena & vocal); listening to good songs; crossword puzzles, reading interesting books; outdoor sports like cricket, badminton & tennikoit; indoor sports like chess & carrom.
Paternal Grand Parents: Parameswaran - Ananthalakshmi
Paternal Great Grand Parents: Neelakantan - Lakshmi & Ramaswamy - Lalitha
Paternal Great Great Grand Parent: Narayanaswamy - Subbamma
Maternal Grand Parents: Hariharaputran - Lakshmi
Maternal Great Grand Parents: Devarajan - Renganayaki & Sankararaman - Meenakshi
Maternal Great Great Grand Parent: Hariharaputran - Poornapushkala
Muvattupuzha, about 36 km Kochi is the starting point of the Muvattupuzhayar (Muvattupuzha river), which is a confluence formed by three rivers: the Thodupuzhayar, Kaliyar, and Kothayar. Muvattupuzha is bordered by the Kottayam district on the southern side and the Idukki district on the eastern side. Muvattupuzha belonged to Edappally Swaroopam, but were later transferred to Manas' (Brahmin families).
St. Thomas, the apostle who introduced Christianity to India, is believed to have visited this region. The Marth Mariam Syro-Malabar Catholic Church of Arakuzha has a recorded history of over 1,000 years, making it one of the oldest Syrian churches in Kerala.
Muvattupuzha-Kothamangalam region is a main centre for Mappila Muslims including Sunni and Ahmediyya. Perumattom Dasukhi Masjid connected to Valiyuppappa, a Sufi Darvesh famous for his treatments and mystical capabilities
Muvattupuzha is 31km from Angamaly and 60km from Kottayam on the Angamaly - Thiruvananthapuram road. The Muvattupuzha–Theni Highway 105 km long, is a shorter route to Madurai.
Vadakku valliyur or Valliyur gets its name from the goddess Valli (Lord Muruga came to Valliyoor immediately after marrying Valli). Valliyur, located on the Kashi-Kanyakumari highway, is 42 km from Tirunelveli. The Valliyoor Murugan temple is located in close proximity to the Valliyoor railway station.
The temple of Lord Muruga (also called Lord Karthikeya) which is located in a cave under the hills of Valliyoor. The temples of Muppandal Esakki Amman (a village deity) as well as Lord Sundara Venkatesa Perumal are other well-known temples. Mahendragiri Hill that finds mention in Sundara-Kandam is located to the west of Valliyoor.