About ME
About ME

Goal-oriented Software Engineering intern and a student at the University of Maryland - College Park, majoring in Computer Science (Machine Learning), with a strong commitment to collaboration and solutions-oriented problem-solving. Professional programmer in several programming languages with the success of clearing OCJP with 98%. Also, experienced in using various software/web development technologies and graphic design software to develop customer-focused websites and designs. Committed to high standards of Java/Python-based applications/programs, web design, graphic design, user experience, usability, and speed for multiple end-users. Eager to work with personnel in all company areas to help boost profits and improve opportunities.

  • Age: 20
  • Residence: USA
  • Freelance: Available
  • Address: College Park, MD, USA
  • Phone: +1 240 726 3426
  • E-mail:
May 2023 – Present
Software Engineering Intern – Brightspot
  • Collaborating with the NBC Sports Migration team, Ryder Cup, and European Tour Production to build a headless CMS using content modeling in Java.
  • Implementing live weather forecasts, live scoring tickers, and live league leader statistics modules for numerous sports leagues using GraphQL for both the Ryder Cup and NBC Sports.
  • Architecting modules to support players, teams, seasons, leagues, and sports migration data across multiple systems and formats to facilitate the migration of 100+ data types.
  • Implementing front-end changes in React/JavaScript, enabling NBC Sports clients to edit every module through the CMS. This includes functionalities such as adding, customizing, filtering, and reorganizing fields, resulting in saving approximately 100 hours of manual work every month.

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July 2022 - December 2022
Software Engineering Intern - Nividous
  • Designed, developed, and maintained RESTful APIs to enhance the performance and scalability of client web applications, resulting in a 40% increase in user engagement.
  • Automated software testing using agile methodologies and engineered robust test scripts to ensure high-quality software delivery within strict timelines, resulting in 99% bug-free delivery.
  • Collaborated with cross-functional teams to identify user requirements, design technical solutions, and implement new features and functionalities to improve the overall user experience, resulting in a 20% increase in user satisfaction.

Utilized industry-standard software engineering practices, including version control (Git), continuous integration and delivery (Jenkins), and agile development methodologies, to optimize software development processes and ensure timely project delivery.

July 2022 - December 2022
Computer Science Teaching Assistant - UMD Department of Computer Science
  • Assisted the IMDM227 Professor by leading discussions (covering Java, implementing, and developing software with visual and auditory output).
  • Graded quizzes and exams and provided office hours to assist students with project-related queries, resulting in a 15% increase in student performance and success rates.
May 2022 - July 2022
Web Development Intern - Sufalam Technologies
  • Collaborated with a cross-functional team of developers to design and develop a full-stack web application in React and NodeJS, managing inventory to track purchases, resulting in a 50% increase in efficiency and accuracy.
  • Ensured cross-browser compatibility by implementing a thorough testing process for HTML5 and CSS3 validators for different browsers, resulting in a 95% reduction in browser-specific bugs and issues.
  • Implemented dynamic containers in React, allowing users in real-time to drag and drop reusable React components, minimizing page creation time by weeks, resulting in a 20% increase in development speed.
Aug 2020 - Present (Dec 2023)
University of Maryland - College Park

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science – Machine Learning Specialization              Minor - Mathematics (Statistics)

June 2018 - May 2020
Mahatma Gandhi International School

Ahmedabad, India

International Baccalaureate


Estimating the Randomness of a Coin Flip

Research on estimating the randomness of a coin flip by controlling and constricting certain factors and variables using laws of mechanics, advanced calculus, and mathematical modeling.

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Undersrtanding Magnus Force and its application in Table Tennis

How does the airspeed imparted on the ping pong ball affect the ball’s angle of deviation


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Removing Heavy Metals from Water using Fruit Peels

To determine the percentage mass of heavy metals (copper (II) ions) adsorbed (in milligrams) from a standard solution of copper (II) nitrate of different concentrations using 5 grams of processed banana peels through the method of iodometric titration

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