Since childhood, my curious nature always captivated and interested me on the aesthetic and physics of things. This gave me a natural drive to pursue a career in science and technology, studying STEM subjects in school to achieve my ambition. As a child coming from a military background, I learned to be disciplined, hardworking and persistent whenever necessary. My aptitude to be an individual and self reliant developed when I studied in a boarding school for 10 years. This experience taught me the importance of time managing from our daily routine timetables, living and communicating with people from different backgrounds in a cooperative manner and taking care of oneself. I migrated to the UK and have been living here since; this move challenged, helping me develop as an individual while adapting to a new environment .
Whilst undertaking the qualification of my Engineering course in university, I gained an expansive knowledge and experience in the field of mechanical engineering, making me versatile and efficient in various engineering skills. After completing my bachelors in mechanical engineering I wanted to study further but did not have any funding available. I applied and was awarded the aerospace MSc bursary from the Royal Aeronautical society, which supported me financial to complete my postgraduate studies.
I enjoy leading and have been chosen as team leader because of my leadership qualities for many of my group projects. The responsibility and managing tasks, after all the actions are compiled to give the final result gives me a lot of satisfaction and pleasure. I enjoy playing teams sports such as basketball and football since primary school, and still continue to do so. I have represented my school in many basketball tournaments, playing and winning in many of these events. Being involved in team sports has given me a sense of cooperation between people to achieve more. Trail walking also interests me and have done a lot of charity walk raising awareness and donations for various charities. During the Nepal earthquake, I was involved in raising donations for the Nepal earthquake victims in my university which resulted in raising more than £1000.
Throughout university, I worked part-time which taught me to managing my study, work and social life. I worked in the university library during my undergraduate studies, helping students and solving any I.T. or library related service problems. Dealing with students from different backgrounds and countries giving me the opportunity to enhance my confidence further whilst approaching people respectively and talking in a level headed manner while solving their problems. Working in a restaurant I learned to use effective communication between colleagues to provide better service and efficient work flow. The experience of working in the food service industry and customer service environment has also taught me to communicate effectively and improve my people’s skills.
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