生年月日  1994/01/30
国籍  Indian
学歴/職歴  【学歴】
2012年5月 Kendriya Vidyalaya Shahibaug(インド) 卒業
2012年7月 Indian Institute of Technology (インド)
Metallurgical Engineering and Material Science 入学
2016年8月 Indian Institute of Technology (インド)
Metallurgical Engineering and Material Science 卒業
2016年9月 東京大学大学院 Mechanical Engineering 修士課程 入学
2017年10月 Harvard Business School(アメリカ)
Fundamentals of Business Thinking オンライン受講
2018年5月 東京大学大学院 Mechanical Engineering 修士課程 修了見込み
2018年5月 Harvard Business School(アメリカ)
Fundamentals of Business Thinking オンライン受講 修了見込み
2015年5月 German Aerospace Center (DLR)(ドイツ) 入社
Synthesis of Ytterbium-doped Skutterudite thermoelectric materials.
2015年7月 German Aerospace Center (DLR)(ドイツ) 退社
2017年2月 SoftBank Corp(日本) 入社
Research of AI solutions for Smart Surveillance in Autonomous Buses, to combat emergencies and anomaly behaviors
2017年5月 SoftBank Corp(日本) 退社
日本語力  Due to my busy schedule, I’m not able to take Japanese classes. Hence
I’ve poor Japanese skills for now. However, I understand the importance of
the language if I want to join the company. Hence, I’m planning to start
with my Japanese post-graduation. I’m also open to any Japanese language
training offered by the company
英語力  Fluent
趣味/特技  Travelling, Playing cricket, Gym
自己PR  I’m a final year master student at the University of Tokyo in Graduate School of Engineering. My research is based on the domains of Solar Cells, where I’m working on thin film Perovskite Solar Cells. I have a special interest in Materials Engineering, particularly in the field of Semiconductors, Battery and Display Technologies(OLED). I’ve huge interest to work for Japanese companies whose business is in these domains. However, throughout my career, I’m willing to also acquire new skills outside my research domain to make myself a multidisciplinary engineer.
Apart from my engineering skills, I’ve management skills like Financial Accounting, Business Analytics, Economics which gives me a strong platform as an engineer in any business setting.


 There were many challenges I faced throughout my career. However, the hardest thing I faced was to leave my country and reside in Japan for higher studies. After entering the final year of my undergrad studies, I made up my mind to go to Japan for higher studies. Among Indians, Japan is a very popular destination for internships and jobs, but a very unconventional choice for higher education because of language and cultural barriers. But I was aware of university’s high quality of research and special programs for international students, which made me choose Japan.
Getting selected for the university’s master’s program was like a dream come true. Coming to Japan, although I was fascinated with city, culture and international atmosphere, I was equally isolated due to disconnection from family. It was pretty tough to get accustomed to this new environment.
However, I realized the unique opportunity I was blessed with and was equally supported by my friends and family back in India. Later, the fast-paced university life made me attend interesting lectures from amazing
professors, make many international friends which helped me overcome my problems. And today, I’m enjoying every day in Japan to the fullest with no regrets!
 I’m fascinated with the research activities and innovations at some of the top Japanese multinational companies. As an engineer, working at such big Japanese companies can not only boost your career but would also make you a better engineer. For example, working as a battery or a fuel cell engineer,
you get opportunities to be surrounded by incredibly talented teams and get accessed with cutting-edge technologies. Although many Japanese are currently facing a stiff competition from some American and Chinese companies in different industries, I believe that this competition would drive more innovations in the coming years. Moreover, being an international student, I’m also open to working in Japanese companies’ subsidiaries globally. Since Japanese companies have their businesses globally, I can get many enriching international assignments or experiences, for which I’m highly looking forward to. These experiences can develop a sense of international outlook within a person, who has a better understanding of different markets.
 “Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma, which is living with the results of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition” – Steve Jobs
Like many engineers and entrepreneurs, I’m deeply inspired by Steve Jobs and his work in the development of modern computers. The above-stated quote was said by Steve Jobs at Stanford University’s graduation ceremony. Many times, we look to think logically and end up at a point in life where logics don’t work out. It can be making big career decisions or some personal life decisions. Many times, people are not able to understand your decisions, and often try to manipulate it. That’s the time where you need listen to your gut, heart, and intuition. It just gives you the power to make a decision, which can be right or wrong. In my case, before coming to Japan, everyone in my family advised me changing my career from engineering to management, because you have more probability to earn more money later on. However, I never found it the reason to give up engineering and change my career. All my work in four years, the knowledge gained, the curiosity generated would be wasted. Hence, I moved ahead with my choices to pursue higher studies in engineering assuming things to be fine.

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