2018 DEERPICNIC was held at Godavari Village Resort on Saturday, November 17, 2018. It was a clear, crisp Saturday that turned into a beautiful sunny day. The picnic started off with a delicious breakfast of coffee, tea, cookies, sandwiches, and pakauda in order to energize everyone for the day.
On August 17, 2018, Rudra Pandey, Executive Chairman, conducted Deerwalk Managers Workshop at the Dwarika’s Hotel with 26 managers of our Kathmandu office. Each manager gave a 3-minute SWOT analysis of their team. Muna Joshi, a board member, gave away prizes to the best presenters: Awanish Ranjan (First), Sushant Pandey (Second), Sanshila Gurung (Third), and Kanchan Raj Pandey (Fourth). The lively event concluded with valuable management tips from Rudra, followed by delightful dinner.
Deerfest is an integral, highly anticipated, annual festival of the Deerwalk Services community. Deerfest 2018 was no exception. The event kicked off with an opening speech from the CEO, Jeff Gasser, followed by Squad Competition for song and dance categories. The latter part of the event primarily
It’s just been over 2 weeks me joining the team HP and I don’t know how I’ve already got along with my teammates so good (obviously everyone’s senior to me, my Respect!). May be I’ll have to wait and spend some more time with my teammates to know them well but I sure do know them to some extent by now.
DEERRUN 2017 was a much awaited trail race hosted by Corporate Activity Club (CAC) for the first time in Nov 18, 2017. The trail started from Shree Machchindra Higher Sec. School, Khanikhola, Naubise, up hill to Khanigaun and back to the starting point.
The 2017 DEERPICNIC was hosted at the serene Mirabel Resort, Dhulikhel on a warm Sunday of November 5, 2017. The picnic kicked off with a stunning panoramic view of the Himalayas and a shout out from the President and Vice President of Deerwalk followed by a delicious breakfast spread with coffee and tea to garner energy for the day.
5th August 2017 was the day for the PM outing with all the arrangements. We had multiple discussions regarding the venue and Club Himalaya was chosen as our destination. Though it was my second outing to Nagarkot, I was eager for this moment to arrive as it would be a very good chance to get along with the CPM team, and it is always difficult to say no to Nagarkot.
Being one of the new addition to the Genomics team, the idea of eating out with the whole team was very welcoming, especially on a Friday evening. With everyone excited we headed out to Cafe Chheli, Jhamsikhel, to try out their Spicy Cold Chicken Sesame, recommended by Coca-Cola HUNGER HUNT and fried ice-cream recommended by our very own Nitish.
I was very excited for the day as it was my first TEAM outing. The van departed from deerwalk at around 1:30 PM and I was already waiting for the van to arrive at New Baneswor. Our destination for the day was KhusiKhusi resort which is located at Satungal. We reached Kalanki, picking up some team members on the way, where we had to wait for almost an hour in the traffic. But we managed to enjoy the jam too as we already started playing the Dancing numbers and dancing all along. The main way to the place was not in proper condition but somehow we reached the resort asking the people around, at 3:30 PM.
They say, we need to break regular habit to be more productive and energized for work. Therefore, Data transformers decided to take a break from data and logic and just have fun along with building bond between team members. The outing was set for Nagarkot. Bhangeri Darbar Resort was an excellent choice as it allowed view of beautiful Nagarkot. On 22nd July, Saturday we started our journey from Deerwalk complex at around 12 pm.