Character Recognition Using Neural Networks

Resume - K.P. Lohith kumar
“Arabic character recognition Name : K.P. Lohith kumar
Mobile : 98801-25942
E-Mail Id : kp.lohith@gmail.com
Objective:
To work as software professional in a reputed organization on challenging assignments.
Strengths :
· Very good understanding of computer Operating System.
· Keep learning and implementing new Computer Algorithms.
· Excellent Communication Skills.
Educational Details :
Academic Qualifications :
Degree College
Year
Marks
Bachelor of
Engineering (C.S.E)
G.S.S. Institute of Technology
2005-2009
58
Pre-University College (2nd P.U.C)
D.V.S. Composite College, Shimoga
2003-2005
60
S.S.L.C.
S.T.J. High School,
Anubhavamantapa, Davanagere.
2003
75
Computer Skill Sets :
Operating system : Windows 98/2000/XP/Vista/7, Red Hat Linux, Ubuntu Linux, (Solaris)
Programming Languages : C, C++, Java, PHP, MYSQL, MS-SQL, Oracle 8, C#.NET.
Other Concepts : OS Concepts, Network Concepts.
Exposure to Skills (As part of the labs ) :
· Lab programs on Perl and PHP scripting language and Java.
· Personally

Source: K.P. Lohith Kumar

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