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Alok Mittal of JobsAhead quits

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Alok Mittal of JobsAhead quits

Alok Mittal, Co Founder and Vice Chairman, JobsAhead, has resigned. Mittal has been with the organisation since its inception in June 1999.

Prior to JobsAhead, he was with Hughes Software, where he was responsible for both project and product management. He added immense value to the company by strategically and effectively implementing telecom and Internet technologies for the three and a half years he was with the company.

Mittal will be with JobsAhead till January 31, 2005. Asked on where he is moving to, he said, "I haven't yet decided. I will look out for some challenging start-up operations."

On his experience at JobsAhead, he said, "It has been a very positive experience. It was great starting a company and then establishing it. We saw the boom and bust of the Internet but thanks to the organisational strength we pulled through everything. For the last two years, we have done tremendously well."

Mittal said that in May 2004 JobsAhead sold its stake to Monster India. JobsAhead, an e-recruitment company, claims that it is a site with three million job seekers, 83 million page views, 6,000 corporate clients and 1,50,000 plus jobs.


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