Story #78

April 16, 2018

 Q: How did you decide on your undergraduate course of study?

A: (i) Was interested in aviation, (ii) got a scholarship to study this course.

 

Q: In retrospect, what did you think were the most useful lessons/ skills/ knowledge you'd gained from your undergraduate education?

A: (i) Critical thinking, (ii) quick decision-making skill, and (iii) communications with people.

 

Q: How has your undergraduate education influenced your career choice? 

A: As my undergraduate education was on aerospace engineering, that helped in narrowing the choices to focus on aviation companies. Also, I got a scholarship with the company during my undergraduate years, for which I had to serve a bond.

 

Q: Briefly describe your current job scope. 

A: Am in charge of passenger to freighter conversion programme: manages customer liaison, analyzes profit and loss of programme and ensures smooth operations for aircraft on-time redelivery.

 

Q: To what extent is your current job related to your undergraduate course of study?

A: Somewhat related.

 

Q: What are some additional areas you wish your undergraduate education could have covered?

A: N.A.

 

 

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