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Researched and Developed Shock-Absorbers for Motor-Cycles Catering Customer Specific Requirements.

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Profile Summary

  • 2.8 years of experience in research and development of suspension systems for automobiles.
  • Expertise in engineering design, business development, product testing and sales support.

Professional Experience                                                                2 Years 10 Months

Gabriel India Limited                        Senior Engineer-R&D                                 July 2012 – April 2015

  • Researched and developed shock-absorbers for motor-cycles catering customer specific requirements.
  • Member of research team, exceeding customer expectations in terms of performance, reliability, endurance & aesthetics of the product through its technical excellence and operational innovations.
  • Analyzed 13 ‘A’ rated customer complaints & afforded necessary solutions, through peer analytics and thereby helped sustain the business.
  • Managed a cost-reduction team (CRT) and was successful in achieving management’s business target of 4.5 crore INR saving.
  • Headed a team and reduced manufacturing COPQ (Cost of poor quality) from 0.67 to 0.33 million INR.
  • Selected for "Human capital" - a team under MD's direct supervision, trained to achieve corporate management’s goals. Inducted and groomed the campus trainees both technically and professionally.

Academic Achievements




CGPA / %


School of Inspired Leadership, Gurgaon




Alagappa Chettiar College of Engineering & Technology- (Anna University), Karaikudi



  • Scored 90% in National Stock Exchange certification exam on Financial Markets (Beginner module).
  • Awarded Research Assistant scholarship and currently working in a priority sector lending (PSL).

Internships and Academic Projects

Arkay Energy (Indian Bharat Power Group) – Tamil Nadu


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