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Home Town: New Delhi, India
Education: Bachelor of Business Administration from Karnataka University
Specific Field Interests: Education and Youth Development
Placement: Swades Foundation (Raigad, Maharashtra)
Area of Focus: Livelhood
Highlights: I am committed to the goal of empowering the youth of our country with education and focus on narrowing the achievement gap found in economically disadvantaged communities. I was born in Belgaum, Karnataka and brought up in Bangalore and Pune. I completed my graduation from Bangalore University in management stream. After graduating from college, I joined KPMG, as Risk Consultant. During my tenure I got the opportunity to investigate fraud misconduct for many clients. I was also directly involved in understanding the systemic loopholes in existing Code of Conduct that need to be plugged to prevent such incidents in future. Apart from my busy schedule I always actively and enthusiastically contribute my time as a volunteer for numerous CSR activities like; Mobile CreíÛches, tree plantation and other social activities organized by my firm. I am glad that I was honored as "Most Volunteered Champion" by CSR team. These experiences sparked my interested towards community services in youth empowerment and development through education. It gives me immense pleasure KPMG initiated this Fellowship program and I am part of this unique venture. My key focus areas for the this program are primarily to work for education development at rural area and youth development as I strongly feel and believe that Education tells us how to think, how to work properly, how to make decision, through education only one can make separate identity. It is most important in life like our basic need foods, clothes and shelter. The prime objective in my life is to be service-focused with a strong commitment to serving the needs of disadvantaged and vulnerable sections of the society. I feel I would be able to make a strong contribution of my experiences in organizational planning. Also defeating challenges of limited resources and financial constraints to design high quality, cost-effective programmes. I value the opportunity to contribute and learn more through this fellowship program. My hobbies are reading and writing short novels, traveling and I also enjoy listening to Punjabi music, after all music gives soul to the universe. I also know 3 different Indian languages other than English. Supported by KPMG