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Master of Information Technology

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General representatives may contribute to the MGA in any of the following ways:

  • Attending the monthly MGAEC meetings, contributing to decision making and voting on issues of concern.
  • Conducting some background research to support an MGA submission.
  • Talking to graduate students in their department/course/faculty to find out what the current issues are.
  • Contributing to one of the many subcommittees that are created for a specific event/issue.
  • Volunteering at an MGA orientation, social event or seminar.


I am embarking on my second semester of Master of Information Technology. My core interest lies at intersection of Technology, Software, Artificial Intelligence, & Business Strategy. After completing my Bachelor's degree in Mumbai, I delved into three & a half years of Consulting followed by Operations. Throughout my undergraduate tenure, I was fortunate to be a part of various student leadership activities, thus sculpting my skills, broadening my perspectives & most importantly contributing to overall student experience.

Fueled by a profound commitment to social welfare and the upliftment of others, I founded the Enhance Foundation in 2012, where I serve as the chairperson. The organization is dedicated to meaningful outreach and charitable endeavors. Over the past decade, the Foundation has undertaken numerous large-scale welfare projects, some projects averaging up to $5000 each. Notable initiatives include constructing five free-for-life water vending station facilities; Raising significant funds for infrastructure upgrade & equipment supplies to Unprivileged Schools and Hospitals; Collaboration with other NGOs in Vaccination for Dogs, Providing supplies to Orphanage homes, Animal Shelter homes. I am also a Certified & Licensed Animal Rescuer & Feeder who regularly helped in feeding and caring for stray, abandoned, & ill animals.

As I join Monash Graduate Association Executive Committee (MGAEC) as a General Representative, my diverse background & experiences, commitment to hard work, & genuine dedication to social welfare indeed converge. I am enthusiastic about contributing to the betterment of the Monash student community experience & fostering an inclusive environment within the Monash graduate community.

Personal Interests

I find solace & fulfillment in activities that transcend the ordinary. I’ve played Professional Badminton (District Runner-up) & bring a competitive spirit & dedication to everything I undertake. Tennis, Badminton, Squash, Cricket, & Football are not just games to me; they represent a profound connection to the spirit of sportsmanship & teamwork.

In my relentless pursuit of creating a large-scale social impact, my NGO & various other avenues serve as conduits for positive change. The joy of meeting new people, exploring new places, & actively seeking ways to make a meaningful difference fuel my personal growth.

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