Suhit Anantula
 

Suhit Anantula is currently enrolled as a Class of 2007, MBA student at the University of South Australia. Suhit is chronicling his journey in Australia on his MBA in Australia weblog. This weblog was also mentioned on the Blogger Blogs of Note list.

Suhit is working part-time as an Environmental Project Officer at the Department for Families and Communities, Government of South Australia as part of the Greening project.

Suhit has co-founded www.bpodigest.com, India’s first interactive vortal on the outsourcing industry which was launched by the Chief Minister of AP, YS Raja Shekara Reddy. It caters exclusively to the outsourcing community providing news, information, knowledge, blogs, forums and jobs.

Suhit’s recent assignment as a Project Manager with Deeshaa Ventures involved working with the RISC core team members in helping formulate the business strategies and actively conduct ground level research through in-person visits to rural and semi-urban India. He has been working on developing strategies and evangelizing the idea and has also created a community of interested members (~350) though an online community.

Suhit has been part of the core group behind the Tsunami Help website which provided critical information in the Dec, 2004 Tsunami and was covered by major newspapers magazines all around the world.

Prior to joining Deeshaa he worked as a Senior Analyst at ADP India, a company that focuses on providing mission-critical software and Business Process Outsourcing services to Investment Banks. His work at ADP involved managing and migrating data sensitive projects from the US to India supporting the big Investment banks in the US. He has led teams of up to 15 people and managed projects worth $500,000.

Suhit has a very strong interest in economics, technology and development and maintains a weblog chronicling this interest at www.worldisgreen.com. The weblog was nominated in the “Best IndiBlog of the Year” for 2004 listings.

Suhit is a citizen reporter for Oh! My News International where he writes on various topics.

He lives with his wife, Bindu Madhavi, in Adelaide, Australia.