M. Tech Student
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MATLAB, Drupal 7, Wix, ArcGIS, QGIS, ODK collect, Kobo collect, Open Street Map, Minitab, Vensim, Open LCA

Marathi, English, Hindi

I have completed my graduation in Electrical Engineering in the year 2018. I believe that research doesn’t always take place in state-of-the-art exotic laboratories but it also springs from innovation at the lower most level. I believe that technology should be for sustainable development thus benefitting masses. I have passion to learn and explore new things around me.


Designed micro irrigation system for marginal farmer at Jain Irrigations Systems Pvt Ltd • Studied design of micro irrigation system and required literature for it • Studied technical aspect of all required components for micro irrigation system • Identified modifications in existing process of design and presented

Field Work of 9 week in Morhanda village of Mokhada block of Palghar district • Studied village profile, village demographics during two months stay in Morhanda village of Mokhada, Palghar District •Conducted Household survey in 101 houses of a population of 623 using Open Data Kit (ODK) and Kobo Collect •Conducted Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA) and analyzed 8 village sectors to understand the village and its problems •Critiqued implementation of MGNREGA and PMAY-G from primary and secondary data

Impact analysis of solar based lift micro irrigation system in Tulyachapada • Determined financial viability of a ₹ 1.1 crore CSR funded project using NPV and BCR method using primary data • Analyzed socio-economic impact on 108 beneficiaries, their families and other landless people in the village • Determined maximum area that can be brought under drip irrigation of the existing system GPDP: Understanding and Evaluation of Morhanda Gram Panchayat • Analyzed Gram Panchayat Development Plan for four years, a maximum of ₹ 1.15 crore • Represented sectoral trends in planning and expenditure of funds • Maximum amount spent was found to be 27% of available funds • Observed bottlenecks in planning and implementation of GPDP by interviewing bureaucrats, primary survey and field visits