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Mechanical Engineer with unending interest in the areas of Manufacturing, Automation and Quality. Technical knowledge backed up by research projects with various renown industries like Toyota and Nippon Steels. Team leader and facilitator with good amount of communication skills.Skills•Close to 3 years of industrial experience working with manufacturing and automation techniques.•Ability to apply Six Sigma and Lean procedures to maintain quality standards.•Good knowledge of Mechanical Engineering concepts and principles in the areas of Manufacturing and Factory Automation.•Possess strong problem solving and analytical skills.•Capability to manage and execute multiple projects simultaneously.•Developed excellent presentation and communication skills while working on projects with various companies.•Experience in involvement and leading cross functional teams.Contact Information:Email: [email protected] : 864-650-6491


1. Expertise in PLCProgramming (Control Logix & Direct Logix), HMIs, Motors, drives and industrial robots.

2. CAD Tools: AutoCAD, SolidWorks

3. Programming- C,C++, Labview.

4. Operating Systems: Windows 95/98/ME/Xp/Vista/7. Presentation Skills: Microsoft Office suite.

5. Controller hardware configuration.

6. Electrical control system design.

7. Troubleshooting electrical components.

8. Design and develop HMI applications.

Work experience

Jan 2011Feb 2011

Mechanical Engineer

K&G Enterprises LLC

ØInstallation, programming and troubleshooting of all the electrical components (PLCs, HMIs, sensors, motors, drives, pneumatic systems etc) in Pizza vending machines.

Jan 2009Jun 2010

Research Assistant

Clemson University

1. Manufacturing- Worked on non-destructive testing techniques like Thermal Imaging and Ultrasonic Testing to find out the defects and their nature in various types of material samples.

2. Factory Automation- Was responsible for building an electrical system for PLC and conveyor belt system. This system along with various sensors, HMI, controllers was used to fuse the two NDTs mentioned above.

3. Programming Staubli Robot and PLCs for different pick and place tasks on running conveyor belt.

Dec 2006Nov 2007

Mechanical Engineer

Micron Inst. Pvt. Ltd.

1.  Repair, maintenance and modification of equipment.

2.  Identify improvement opportunities in manufacturing processes, evaluate potential solutions and determine scope of work with project budget.

May 2006Jul 2006

Student Trainee

Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd., FES, Swaraj Division

Grinding, Drilling, Band Saw basic hand tools, sheet metal fabrication, CNC operation), Welding process and theory (gas, electric arc, MIG, TIG, spot, etc.); basic electronic design/fabrication


Aug 2008Jun 2010

Master of Science

Clemson University

1. Final Thesis- Automation and fusion of non-destructive testing techniques used to find the defect in different kind of samples.2. Separation of different color object using a STAUBLI ROBOT, color sensor and PLC (ALLEN BRADLEY).3. Earthquake survivor locator - A robot capable of recognizing human body heat signature, human sound patterns, and record condition of survivor surroundings and relay the information to rescue team. 4. PLC programming for Automated Garage Door Opening, Car Wash System, Traffic Light Control.5. Design of electronically controlled Continuous Variable Transmission System (CVT) using MATLAB/SIMULINK

Jul 2004Jun 2008

Bachelor of Technology


1. Made a representative model of automated railway system by using weight and light sensors, and stepper motors in the track circuit. 

2. Modifications in power press by installing photoelectric sensors for avoiding coolant waste and safety of the operator.