I always start by stating my experience in development is not extensive, but I do have reasonable design/brand experience to help in regards to how you present yourself.
1. The “type writer” effect of your ‘about me’ section is long winded, most potential employers probably don’t have the time to sit and wait for this section to type out in order to read it, I would suggest limiting this effect to “Hi, my name is Mahesh.” If you intend to keep it.
2. Your skills section takes up a lot of space. The images and descriptions are nice, but it’s very unlikely that someone viewing is going to read through it all, maybe consider scaling down the skills images, and limited the information on each to a few bullet points; it’s more likely to be read this way.
3. I strongly suggest you don’t label your skill level in each technology: “Beginner” “Intermediate” ect. Leave this up to the employer/CTO to decide during an interview, don’t handicap yourself with labels!
4. Show your projects with images/screenshots on your portfolio (you can use some of the space from your skills section if you decide to shrink it up) as well as a link to the possible source code, or at least some snippets on github. Your projects are more important than your skill section, as they back up your claim of said skills, and show people how you actually use them. Put more emphasis on projects, as oppose to your skills section.
5. Fix up some of your grammar and English. I know it can be tough if it’s not your native language, but even if you can get a friend or someone who is more versed in the language to proof check and fix up these errors, it will go a very long way.
These are largely my opinions, however I do feel these changes will help your portfolio catch more eyes and the attention of employers.
-Use less characters in typewriter effect.
-Make your skills section smaller and remove experience labels
-Use new space on page to show your projects with images, and links to source code
-Fix the page grammar (even if you get a friend to proof read/fix it)
I hope this helps, and you have success in landing an awesome job. Be sure to keep us updated on your progress!