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Hi everyone, I’m a technology enthusiast working in an Aerospace and Defense Public sector (Govt) company based out of India. My Role here involves Operations, manufacturing, general management and after sales support to the armed forces. I like to play badminton and do community service for the underprivileged children apart from work.
Target School: Tepper
Considering: Berkeley Haas
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Application Status: Open
Undergrad School: Delhi Technological University
Undergrad Major: Electronics and Communication
Ethnicity: Asian or Indian
Other Degree/Certification: Bachelors in Technology
School Name: Delhi Technological University
Community Service, Teaching Underprivileged children (Undocumented), Providing Career options to Underprivileged children
Title: Senior Engineer
Company: Public Sector Aerospace and Defence Company under Government
Length of Employment: 6 yrs, 5 mos
– Firstly my biggest win is that I have saved a life of a person having cardiac arrest by giving CPR. I have a Basic life support certificate and will go for Advanced cardiac life support certificate as well.
– At work, I’m jokingly called a crisis manager. I managed to resolve a critical failure of an important technical equipment night before a very big event involving politicians and top armed forces officials. My team worked through all night to finally give a green flag despite tremendous pressure form Armed forces headquarters. At a young age, I was sent to one of the field sites(bad reputation and operations serviceability ~50%) as command head. After 2 years, we took it to 98% and one of the most successful command centres in India.
I want to see myself in leadership roles leading projects and teams in long term. Post-MBA I’d like to work in management consulting/product management/Operations roles preferably in top firms to gain experience for the leadership roles.
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