About me

  • When I was 13, my family migrated to Toronto, Canada in search for a better quality of life and greater opportunities.

  • As far as I can remember, I have always wanted to be an engineer.

  • Growing up, my favorite TV shows consisted of How it’s Made and MythBusters, as they helped me better understand the mechanics and functions of everyday objects.


  • I am fluent in three languages (English, Hindi and Punjabi).
  • My favorite stress relieving activities are playing guitar & cooking. They allow me to express my artistic side and help me unwind.

  • I was a competitive fencer for the Ryerson Varsity Fencing Team. Playing sports taught me to stay calm under stressful situations.

  • I like stay healthy and sharp by running and training at the gym.

  • I participate in activities such as Toronto Waterfront Marathon or CN Tower Climb, as the fundraising goes towards a good cause.
  • Throughout high school I was the president of the Robotics Club. We participated in various challenges and built a variety of robots such as: line following, temperature sensing, maze solving and etc.
  • Through my undergraduate I was part of the Ryerson Formula SAE team, where I was in charge of the Driver’s Controls System, and consulted other systems as well as assisted in manufacturing.

  • In my own time I work on personal projects at home. I have done some wood working, worked on my bikes, built several Arduino projects such as fencing target practice machine.