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My research and development work has produced a few interesting projects and publications in reputed Journals/Conferences. I played leading role in organizing several workshops/conferences under the banner of IEEE. Among various invited talks, which I have delivered, 'Make in India: A mantra for youths that can transform India into a developed country' at DST-INSPIRE Camp Reva (MP), was altogether a different experience.

My teaching interests include the following UG subjects,

I would like to introduce my family and my beliefs. My wife (Sheetal) is a homemaker. We married in 2002, God blessed us a son (Kaushal) in April 2003 and a daughter (Malvika) in Dec 2005. I like to regularly visit temples, practice yoga and meditation. I am deeply influenced by Swami Vivekananda (through Swami Sarvasthanand ji, Rajkot) and Pandit Shriram Sharma Acharya Akhil Vishwa Gayatri Pariwar (through my mother). 

"What the nation wants is pluck and scientific genius. We want great spirit, tremendous energy, and boundless enthusiasm." - Swami Vivekananda

"God only helps those who surrender themselves, for noble causes." - Pandit Shriram Sharma Acharya

Research Interests:
Wireless Communication Technologies and Networks, Information and Communication Technology, Wireless Sensor Networks, Digital Signal Processing, Antenna and RF design for low power applications

Association with Premier Institutes:
Working at IIIT Allahabad since 5th Sept 2006. Initially joined as Lecturer, thereafter promoted to the level of Assistant Professor on 6th June 2010 and Associate Professor on 9th November 2015 through open selections.
Served IET-DAVV, Indore (MP) as Lecturer during 9th Oct 2003 to 4th Sept 2006

Education:
Ph.D. in 2008 from the Faculty of Engineering, E&TC Board, DAVV, Indore (MP); M.E. (Communication Control and Networking) in 2001 from MITS, Gwalior (MP), B.E. (Electronics and Comm.) in 1998 from Barkatullah university, Bhopal (MP); Higher Secondary in 1994 and High School in 1992 from MP Board, Bhopal (MP)
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