Student | Software Engineer | Cyber Security Enthusiast

Trying to connect the dots

Los Angeles, CA

I am a student at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles pursuing Bachelors in Computer Science. I am also pursuing two minors in Computer and Digital Forensics and Entrepreneurship.

I completed my high school at Bishop Cotton School, a boarding school in Shimla, India.

Next summer, I will be working at Google, Mountain View with the chromeOS team.

I am always inspired to try new things by my favourite quote from Steve Job's Commencement Address at Stanford in 2005, where he said :

You can't connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backwards. So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future.

I have worked at a few places too.

Starting May 2019
I will help make information more secure as an Intern at the Mountain View offices. I will be working with the chromeOS security team.
University of Southern California
August 2015 - Present
Expected Graduation - December 2019

I am currently a senior here in Los Angeles. Apart from learning through classes, I have led two student run organizations and I help teach two courses. This spring I will be directing Marshall International Case Competition.

Pocket Gems Inc.
June 2018 - August 2018
I worked as an intern on the Episode team, in San Francisco under Patrick Wilson. I added character animations to the existing social posts in Episode Social and I shipped a new recommendation system along with its display.
Launch Byte
May 2017 - August 2017
I was an intern here on the Client Software Engineering Team. I worked with four start-up founders and helped develop their products. I was able to ship three technical designs and two landing pages. I had Anmol Wassan as my phenomenal mentor.
Bishop Cotton School
March 2006 - March 2015
I went to school here, in Shimla, for 9 years. The school was founded in 1859, and while I was there, it turned 150. I graduated with the highest honor of being inducted into the Spartan Club. One of my teachers at the time was Roy Robinson.

And here is my resume...