I am a B-Tech graduate from SRM University in Electronics and Communication (E.C.E). I have done my specialization course in Microelectronics, Nanoelectronics from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT, USA) and published a research paper in Applied Journal of Physics on “Reducing recombination losses in Photovoltaic cells” while studying at MIT.
I have completed my Masters in Diplomacy, Law, and Business (MADLB) from O.P.Jindal Global University in International Affairs.
I am a young dynamic professional with 4 years of research experience. My main area of interest and research lies in climate change, climate diplomacy, sustainability, and clean development, and politico-socio-economic research, analysis and forecasting. I have a thorough understanding of India’s Foreign Policy, and International Relations.
I submitted my Master’s dissertation on Interlinking climate diplomacy and India’s climatic goals since 1972:“Moving from Strategic Autonomy to Strategic Interdependence.” The brief comparative and chronological analysis helped me in understanding the GHG emission profile and Indian narrative about climate change.
Before Jindal, I was working as Deputy General Manager with a firm (CSPL Ltd) based out of Lucknow. My job mainly comprises developing new business clients by engaging, coordinating, along with outreaching, and collaborating with potential clients. Previously, I was part of the Under2 coalition team at The Climate Group (TCG) (a non-profit organization working in the climate change development sector) working as a research analyst.
I have research and analysis experience of more than three years working with National, state governments, Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) in different capacities. Besides reading, I am passionate about teaching kids.