Currently, he is pursuing his Master’s degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering at The University of Tennessee under the guidance of Dr. Rapinder Sawhney.
In the university,
- His major role has been the Teaching Assistant for classes that cover Lean Systems and Thinking, Engineering Fundamentals program.
- Students from various majors that include Integrated Business and Engineering Program, Industrial Engineering majors including sophomores, senior year and few working professional cohort students.
- His focus of research in validating factors responsible for enhancing training industrial professionals in lean manufacturing using team based Learning and 3D Hologram as the study tool.
- Implemented Zone Based Manufacturing to reduce transportation waste in the factory floor, thereby increasing the throughput by 40%, organizing effective employee engagement by ergonomic principles.
- Developed a scheduling algorithm to handle the increasing capacity constraint of the distribution facility in processing the E-Commerce demand from 1 Million to 5 Million units per day.
- Surveyed employees on the line to allocate resources equally to convert a non-value-added workstation into an extra quality workstation and increased throughput rate by 14%.
- Operations Management.
- Lean Processes.
- FMEA, Risk mitigation in Industries.
- Six Sigma Methodology.
- Manufacturing Technology and Statistical Process Controls.
- Masters in Industrial and Systems Engineering;
- Bachelors in Electrical and Electronics Engineering.
- Implemented Continuous Quality Improvement projects using Lean and Six Sigma tools (Root cause analysis, A3, Kanban, DMAIC, PDCA, VSM, Regression Analysis).
- Administered the combined advantages of Systems based thinking and critical problem-solving techniques using Hypothesis testing, and ANOVA to obtain greater efficiency and effectiveness.
Awards and Recognitions
- Six Sigma Green Belt.
- MS Excel - Statistical process Control.