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Hector & streak Consulting Pvt. Ltd. was founded by Rajesh Mohan in 2003. He is an HR professional with an experience of over 25 years across Banking, Manufacturing, FMCG, Infrastructure, IT and ITES Industries.
The organization caters to the following industry practices:
- IT & ITES
- Real Estate
- Mining & Metals
- Oil & Gas
- Consumer Durables
- Pharma & Healthcare
- Media, Entertainment & Advertising
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