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I maintain balance between “work” and “life” by blurring the difference. Work and life are not two separate things to me. I think about the things that interest me all the time and I see them, talk about them, play with them daily – cars, cars, cars. I call this the privilege of loving my work!
By profession, I am mechanical engineer working for an auto major in the Intellectual Property Division. My interest and passion on “anything that has wheels” has always expressed itself in the work I create. Here are few things about me to give you an idea of who I am and what I am doing.
I have always been amazed at how things work. I simply would not settle down riding in a car without wondering what keeps the car going. I can still vividly remember how I would often ask my mother to stop at the airport whenever a plane was landing or taking off.
What am I doing?
My job gives me a nice view of the latest developments in auto sector. I work at the intersection of two very different disciplines – technical and legal. I analyse new inventions in product development and compare it with existing technologies day to day as an intellectual property engineer. Intellectual Property protection, especially in Auto Industry, is quickly going to occupy a significant place among high value professions as the number of qualified professionals is less. Having significant expertise and experience in this background, I can foresee some interesting potential career paths..
Stuff I think I have
(1) Team playing skills
(3) Scientific curiosity
(4) Analytical skills
(5) Feeling for innovation
(6) Documentation / Presentation
(7) Fluent English
(8) Global approach
(9) Web Programming skills
(10) Last but not least CURIOSITY!
Masters in Business administration from top B School
Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering degree in first class with 84.53% marks.
Gold medalist for university second in engineering mechanics
Gold medalist for university second in Fluid Dynamics
University sixth rank holder in Mechanical engineering
I believe that other than what can be included in a resume, few non-tangible advantages – work ethic, focus, determination, maturity, composure, mental toughness, confidence and awareness make a good professional. Click here to connect to my LinkedIn Profile.