Oye Lucent

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27th Feb 2006

Working your way through the traffic, Solving mazes like a maverick You come to work every day, Sometimes at nights you also stay. All along you battle it out, Sometimes you type, sometimes you shout, But a battle it is for everyday, Promising, to never go away.

Welcome to the first edition of OYE!
It has been a long cherished dream of OASIS members to have a platform where members can express, share and enjoy their literary skills. OYE! is the first step towards realizing that dream. Bringing out this magazine has been a long, eventful and a very fulfilling journey for the entire team of OYE!. It was not an easy ride. Hurdles were encountered and conquered with hard work and dedication of the OYE! Editorial Team Members, without neglecting their professional responsibilities. The OYE! Team would like to thank all the people who have contributed in realizing this magazine. Special thanks to the authors of all the articles that were submitted. We hope you will continue to patronize OYE! .Credits are due to many people for their special effort… • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Dr: Mruthyunjaya Kori for reviewing and approving our magazine. Seema Vijay Singh and the HR Team for helping us with all the HR as well as legal issues. Kannan K and all the OASIS committee members for their help and support Ganesh.D for naming the magazine as OYE!, leading this effort and maintaining the focus of the team. Siddharth Das for naming and introducing dUZZO , the official mascot of OASIS. Gurumurthy and IT Help desk for creating the mailbox reachoye@lucent.com. Savita BS for hepping in publishing our ads. Abid Naik and Shoibal Majumder for designing web page for OYE!. Asha and Aparna Moola for helping us with PDF creation. R Vasisht, S Rishin and Ganesh.D for the graphical contents. R Vasisht is also the creator of dUZZO, the camel. Kumar S Sudhir for creating the…...

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