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I am a Senior Software Developer who recently transitioned to a Product Manager at Oracle working on clinical trials applications that were immensely important at the time of Covid-19. I am also a passionate tech enthusiast and fascinated by the ability of technologies like A.I., V.R, Metaverse, IoT, etc. to make quality education accessible to all.
Target School: Foster School of Business
Considering: IU Kelley, McCombs School of Business, Rice Business
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Application Status: Open
Undergrad School: Thapar University
Undergrad Major: Electronics and Communication
Ethnicity: Asian or Indian
President, Pratigya Abhiyan: Non profit organization working to provide accessible, inclusive and quality education to underprivileged children. | Education Consultant, Piramal Foundation: Worked on a Government of India pilot project to improve child learning outcomes and reduce female dropout rates in an Indian state called Punjab. | University Cricket Team Captain: Led the team to a major championship victory.
Title: Senior Applications Developer
Company: Fortune 500
Length of Employment: 7 yrs, 1 mos
1. Education Consultant for Piramal Foundation on a government project to improve learning outcomes and reduce female dropout rates in Punjab. After 2 years, as per a study by an independent agency, the dropout rates improved by 65%.
2. Youngest to lead a project at Oracle’s one-stop solution for clinical trials. Used by Pfizer for Vaccine Dev.
Short Term Goal – I aim to join as a Product Manager for education-related products & services in firms like Google, Amazon, MSFT, and Adobe which are making huge headways in the e-Learning space; To learn the intricacies of the ed-tech sector.
Long Term – Build a social enterprise working with the government to transform Indian Education System by leveraging technology.
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