About Me


Hi! I am Vineet also know as Vinni in the blogosphere! I am an average chicken eating guy. I did my computer science engineering and now embracing a life of a sales man after the MBA. I have been blogging some years now. Life in 360 started in 2005 with me posting mostly about what was happening in my life. Over the past one year i have been blogging about various things that is relevant to the reader. My posts range from Music, MBA, Internet, Social networking, humour, movies, reviews and software. And yes, i occasionally also blog nonsense to keep myself humoured. :)

I am actively involved in biking, trekking, blogging, business networking, student activities at various levels, community service, social causes and so on. Some of my interests include marketing, sales, strategy, rock music, Internet, comics, board games, computer games, good food and some fun!

Media Mentions

Times Westside, 22nd March 2008

Excerpt: …was organized by indiblogger, Microsoft and Vineet Rajan, an MBA student…. Says Vineet Rajan “As an organizer, it’s been an humbling experience. It was great to interact with such prolific bloggers. It has been a great learning experience and more than sharing knowledge, it was an opportunity for networking.”

Times of India, 16th March 2008

Excerpt: Around 50 bloggers, including software professionals and those into Indian-languages blogging, came together on Saturday at a meet organised by Indiblogger.in and Vineet Rajan, an MBA student ……..

Indian Express, 16th March 2008

Times Westside, 16th February 2008

Excerpt: Vineet Rajan, a management student , is organizing a bloggers meet where bloggers will interact with each other face to face. Vineet says, “Blogging is a powerful medium. I have been blogging for four years now. It helps me to reach out to people internationally”.

The Tribune, July 27th 1998

Excerpt: Vineet Rajan from government Model Senior Secondary School, Sector 16, won the first prize in a state science seminar organised by the State Institute of Education, Sector 32, in collaboration with the National Council of Science Museums here today. Read More