Gautham.S is an engineering student at Anna University. His interest lies on sustainable development. He is working on solar cells, waste water treatment and sustainable development. He runs Green and Educational Technologists Foundation. He conducts coastal clean ups, medical camps and campaigns on energy literacy and sustainability through the organization.
Gautham: I believe that the culture of an organization keeps an employee’s heart and head in line with the vision and mission of the organization. If there is a problem in that, there will be no fruitful result.
Gautham: Work flexibility will have a huge impact on me. Being flexible means achieving a healthy work-life balance. However, the reality of running my own organization means less flexibility.
Gautham: It means better results in a short time. Running the Green and Educational Technologists Foundation has taught me that team work is very important. With team work you can turn bad situations into glorious opportunities
Gautham: Yes. Transparency develops the competitive spirit in everyone. It also brings legitimacy to the organization.
Gautham: I cannot make it through a day without my mobile and laptop. My work will be shut down without them.
Gautham: It means everything to me and my organization. The community has given me a lot. I am obliged to give something back. Everything we do at the Green and Educational Technologists Foundation, we do for the good and development of the people in the community.
Gautham: Yes, you will always need support and acknowledgement to run any organization. From time to time, tough decisions need to be made. You always need the support and co-operation of your team to make the best decisions and deliver positive result.
Gautham: Time management was something I struggled with when I transitioned into the workforce. Learning to manage my time has brought out the best in me.
Gautham: Life gives us many choices. Don’t stop pursuing opportunities until you believe you have found your ‘right’ choice. Try different things out. You will find where you’ll win and where you’ll lose.
Gautham: No. In my childhood, I always wanted to be a district collector. My increased interest in science and environment inspired me to do what I now do today.
Gautham: I feel satisfied when I achieve positive, new results. For example, during a recent “coastal clean-up”, our efforts mobilized people and they joined us in helping the environment. That moment gave me a lot of satisfaction.
Gautham: Life is all about learning. I will learn, study and train till the end of my time.
Gautham: The things I bring to the table are: dedication, sincerity, lateral thinking and persistence. These always make me unique.
Gautham: John Nash, the mathematician.
Gautham: Yes, I did.
Gautham: Yes, it did.
Gautham: Good work culture, flexibility and recognition of efforts are important to retaining a Millennial.
Gautham: My ideal organization is a place I go because I choose to be there and not because I have to be there. The job should be challenging enough to keep me interested and I should be passionate about the cause of the organization.
Gautham: Incentives and Reward: 9,
Training and development: 10,
Global Opportunities: 9.
Gautham: I was awarded “THE BEST PAPER AWARD” for my research article in the national conference on application of nanomaterials. This has since encouraged me to do several projects and research.
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