Ambitious, diligent, innovative and positive thinking individual. Having aspiration to be a Business Analyst.
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org | phone: +94777116635 | Course: IS
Self-motivated and versatile individual, who always strives for excellence with dedication, proactive approach, positive attitude and passion towards work. Also a good team player with proven interpersonal skills. Can work very well under pressure and adopt to new conditions quickly.
Interests: Business Analysis, Business process re-engineering, Testing and automation and Project management.
Guest House Reservation and Information System (System Design Group Project).
Modules Present: Reservation, Administration, Customized Emails, Trip Advisor
Freelance web development Projects
An online platform to connect needy people and well-wishers.
eBuilder Technology Center as trainee Application support engineer
Worked in the 1st line facing the end customers and upholding SLAs in response times. Gained experience on investigating complex customer issues in the back-end and identifying the root cause, coordinating with R&D teams to isolate probable system bugs., Testing and verification of solutions and delivering solutions to end-users, Business process re-engineering and Preparation of user manuals and training materials.
Achievements | Awards
• Secured Batch top position in first two academic years and 2nd position in 3rd year.
• Secretary of Hindu society of Hindu Society, University of Colombo
• Worked as organizing committee member for several community development programmers and speaker for carrier guidance seminar series
• Prefect – Jaffna Hindu College
Final Year Project
Customizable anomaly identification methodology for mass moving objects utilizing contextual & sensor data
The research develops a methodology to facilitate users without a strong technical background to manipulate data and define rules to identify anomalies in moving objects in a given context with emphasis on data gathered from sensors in common mobile devices. The significance is due to increased utility that these increasingly prevalent sensor data provide which is however limited by the need for strong technical know-how of users.
The research focuses mainly on geo location sensors, due to potential uses and increasing popularity of geo location sensing. In the case study, the focus is on non-technical surveillance system operators who query location and other data to identify anomalies in behavior of marine vessels of Sri Lanka which, carry mobile devices.