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? GRE Score: 318 : Verbal Reasoning – 154, Quantitative Reasoning – 164, Analytical Writing – 4.0/6.0 

? TOEFL Score: 112 : Reading – 29, Listening – 27, Speaking – 28, Writing – 28

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TRAINING & WORKSHOPS

? Basic Telecom, Regional telecom training center, Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL), Gachibowli, Hyderabad 

(November- 2015)

In-plant training to gain first-hand experience with equipment in labs:

– SDH, PDH, DWDM systems, Fusion Splicing – Transmission laboratory 

– C-DOT, HDSL, DSLAM systems – Switching laboratory 

? GPS Tracking systems, Institute of Systems, Tech, & Management, Bharat Dynamics Limited (BDL), Hyderabad 

(May 2016 – June 2016)

Performed vehicle tracking using a radio navigation system namely, GPS (Global positioning system)

– Estimated GPS accuracy with the help of GDOP (Geometric Dilution of Precision), SA (Selective Availability). 
– Performed vehicle tracking using ATmega 328 microcontroller, GPS & GSM modules. 

– Programmed Arduino chip to work with GPS and GSM modules 

ACADEMIC PROJECTS

? Enhancing the capacity of Cognitive radio networks – Ongoing project (Expected completion: April 2017)

AIM: To increase the ergodic capacity and outage capacity of cognitive radio network using proposed spectrum sharing scheme

– Study varying parameters: 

o Power constraints; Target detection probability 

– Perform simulation in MATLAB to compare conventional and novel spectrum sharing schemes 

? Remote operated signaling circuit with infrared sensing (June 2015 – November 2015)

– Utilized TSOP sensor to detect valid IR signal. 

– Performed simulation of the circuit system with infrared sensing using Topspice Simulation software 

EDUCATION

? Bachelor of Technology, Electronics & Communication Engineering, GITAM University; GPA: 8.7/10 

– Expected graduation: May 2017 

? Board of Intermediate Education, Math, Physics, Chemistry; Narayana Junior College, India; Percentage: 90.8% 

– (September 2011 – June 2013) 

? Board of Secondary Education, St Patrick’s High School, India; Percentage: 92.6% 

– (August 1999 – June 2011) 

TECHNICAL SKILLS

? Electronics software: Verilog HDL, SPICE, Xilinx, Microprocessor assembly language 

? Programming Languages: MATLAB, C, C++, Data structures 

EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

? Participated in a 20 hour certification course on Programming, Data Structures and Algorithms conducted by NPTEL. 

? Organized event “Electro Glitch” in IEEE ENQUESTA 2K14. 

? Attended the International Conference on Microelectronics Electromagnetics and Telecommunication (ICMEET) 2015. 

? Coordinator for Student Placement for TCS Campus Drive 2016 – An on-campus full-time job recruitment program. 

? Played in the position of centerback in the soccer team for Electronics and Communication engineering (ECE) branch, GITAM University. 

? Played in GITAM Soccer League for 2014, 2015. 

? Served as a “Class representative” for three consecutive years (2009-2011). 

? Participated in Math and Science Olympiads. 

? Member of NCC (National Cadet Corps) Airforce division of India 

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