“There’s no age for invention to begin.”
I can define myself as a young social thinker, with interest, work and achievements in varied fields of environment & sustainable energy. I was the recipient of India’s highest technology innovation award: National Innovation Foundation (NIF) IGINTE Award 2010 & winner at the International Student Sustainable Energy Competition 2013. I am striving to promote energy sensibility in youth across the globe, by successful Indian Youth representation at 7 international energy events.
Parth: Every organization’s work base is synchronized with its culture. Culture and working atmosphere of an organization are therefore very important to me. It’s important to select a working place where respect, free expression and a sharing culture are fostered.
Parth: Freedom and flexibility are two things that make any work easier, entertaining & perfect.
While selecting a career path, the theme of work flexibility will be highly considered.
Parth: As the word “cohesive” implies, a strong team means the best bonding and understanding amongst team members. Team oriented work culture allows for the best ideas & work methodologies.
Parth: Transparency in a work environment is a difficult parameter to achieve for any organization. Yes, it is surely important to be a part of transparent organization. Often discrepancy is made in promotions and rewards due to unfair work politics, this definitely harms employee relationships and diminishes transparency.
Parth: With booming advancements in science research & development, fresh technologies are capturing the common market. For me, and most young people, the day begins and ends with technology: ICT, mobile phones, tablets, laptops. It is nearly impossible to think of finishing any task without the use technology.
Parth: As a child, I used to wonder why people distribute certificates. Today I can say that acknowledgement/certification for your valuable work boosts confidence to the next level. It is crucial that efforts are acknowledged in good spirit in order to build motivation for the future.
Parth: I am not yet fully employed. However, having had many experiences in team-based environments, I can say that the greatest challenge in a work environment is to align your perspective with each member’s opinion and deliver ideas based on consensus.
Parth: I always begin any of my speech/motivation letters, with a saying:
“There is no age for invention to begin”. Achievements & inventions make no discrepancy with age.
My words of encouragement for students:
– Best time to capture knowledge is student life. Don’t limit your scope of study.
– Keep yourself fully updated – key to survival in the face of tough, populated competition.
– Believe in destiny. Always put 100% into all your efforts.
Parth: There comes a point in everyone life’s when we realize what purpose we are meant for in this world. The same applies to me. I came to this realization through my involvement in my first environmental project on Grey Water Management, at age 15.
Parth: Sources of satisfaction:
-My parents are happy and proud to see me working as I am.
-My work/efforts get optimum appreciation & reward.
-Whatever I do has a stake in making our mother earth pure & sustainable.
Parth: Education & gaining knowledge is a continuous life-long process. As I move forward in my career development, it will be super important to continue my education.
Parth: Youngest committee member (age 18) on the National Special Committee of Environment, Ministry of Environment, Govt of India.
Parth: Dr APJ Abdul Kalam, MissileMan of India, H’Bl Ex President of India.
Parth: It will surely play an important role. My career goals have been directly molded by my experiences at university.
Parth: 1. Freedom, 2. Lively atmosphere, 3. Timely appreciations.
Parth: Space & freedom to work as an individual, opportunity to express new ideas/innovations, healthy work culture, recreational sessions/stress relieving breaks
Parth: Incentives & Rewards: 9, Compensation: 8, Training & Devp: 10, Global Opportunities: 10
Parth: Receiving National Innovation Foundation IGNITE Award (for Domestic Grey Water Management project), by H’ble President of India Dr APJ Abdul Kalam, in 2010. -Winning International Student Sustainable Energy Competition at UNEP, Nairobi, Kenya, organized by RED Engineering London, for project on Low Carbon Sustainable Neighbourhood Development, in 2012. – Representing the Indian Government as a youth delegate at 7 international conferences.
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