I am making this profile for my daughter Kanika. We are currently settled in Chandigarh, India but Kanika is in Toronto, Canada.
Kanika is a fun loving person and believes in living life to the fullest. She loves writing and has also published a novel. She is working as an Account Executive in the Consumer Packaged Goods industry in Toronto, Canada. She loves food and thatâ€™s the main reason she has chosen this industry. Kanika has done B.Tech in Computer Science and Engineering from a reputed Institute in India and worked in a MNC at Bangalore for a year before shifting in 2016 to Canada to do her MBA from a university.
Ours is a family of well-educated, simple and values oriented people. Father is a Professor in a Govt. of Indiaâ€™s Technical Institute at Chandigarh. He holds the position of Dean and Head of the Department. He has travelled worldwide on his professional assignments, authored many books and has also worked in an international organization at Manila, Philippines for three years. Mother is a former lecturer in a Govt. College at Chandigarh. Presently she is a housewife. She is the author of a book and writes for newspapers/blog as a hobby. Kanika has a younger sister who is a Chartered Accountant from India and has done Masters in International Accounting and Finance from a university in Canada. Presently she is working as a Consultant in one of the big four accounting firms at Vancouver, Canada.
Kanika has studied in a convent school at Chandigarh and in an International School at Manila, Philippines. She is looking for someone who would be compatible with her and her interests. More than just a life partner, she wants someone who is good companion. Someone who supports her, and someone she can count on.
We are looking for a boy who is settled in Canada only (work permit/PR/Citizen). The boy should be good in communication especially English. He should have high academic credentials, decent and sophisticated. Kanika does not like people who speak non-stop and are insincere.
We are open to suitable boy from other upper caste.