Skills

My Journey so far..

Georgia Institute of Technology : 2017-

Entered the Graduate life pursuing Masters in Computer Science from Fall 2017 at GaTech, Georgia.

Data Science Intern, Nexchanges Tech. Pvt. Ltd. : May - Dec, 2016

Constructed end-to-end Data analytics workflow. Scraped 1 million+ real-estate datapoints. Maintained data pipeline using Pachyderm and Apache Spark.

Undergrad Teaching Assistant : Jan - Dec, 2016

Under the guidance of Principal Dr. Prachi Gharpure, I assisted for the subjects - Structured Programming Approach (in programming Language C) and Object Oriented Programming Methodology (in Java).

Research Intern, MatriCS : Apr - May, 2016

Data discovery - finding out reliable data sources and retrieving data from them. Data mapping - converting the data into a usable form. Conception of holistic database schema and implementing the transformation from raw data to mapped, refined and relevant data.

Software Developer Intern, QuickWork.co : May - Dec, 2015

Worked as Java Developer and built messaging bots on TeamchatSDK. Designed database schema in MongoDB and the system architecture.

Vice President, Rotaract Club Mumbai Parleshwar : Jul, 2013 - Jun, 2014

Elected as VP, organized Parle Marathon, Rolympics, Model United Nations, blood donation drives and community welfare projects.

High School : 2011-2013

Completed 12th grade with 83% in Science and 164/200 in Common Entrance Test.

School : 2000 - 2011

Grade 1 - 10th from Parle Tilak Vidyalaya English Medium School. Secured 6th place in school, 1st in boys in 10th grade examinations with 95.82%.

Quotes to live by


In everything you do aim to excel for what is worth doing is worth doing well

― L.M. Montgomery, The Selected Journals Of L.M. Montgomery, Vol. 3: 1921-1929

Good, better, best. Never let it rest. Until your good is better and your better is best.

- Tim Duncan, Professional Basketball Player, San Antonio Spurs.

The heights by great men reached and kept were not attained by sudden flight, but they while their companions slept, were toiling upward in the night.

- Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Poet