Summarizing my experience before, during, and after my studies at Technical University of Denmark. A journey towards globalization, cross-cultural exposure, and interdisciplinary aspects of decision making; all of it in this blog post published at the website of Technical University of Denmark.
My journey of knowing more about Denmark took me towards an important aspect. Building consensus among different stakeholders in maximizing long term impacts.
DIY(Do it Yourself), something I have observed, being part of day to day life of Denmark. May be, it is part of the life-style of many other people, but I have first found in such level in Denmark. So, here goes my post.
Are you unable to make conversation with Danes? Or are you not able to make friendship with them? Well, it is not the difficult task at all. Why not? Read this in my blog series
Finally, after more than 1,5 year after submission of the Designing cities 3rd assignment to make my city better, city authorities have taken note of it
My idea of introducing bi-cycle might be a reality in future. From online learning to reality.
In line with Government of India, ‘Smart cities’ initiative, I have given a small push to make my hometown a smart city. Taken a cue from the assignment of Design cities, Univ. of Pennsylvania course , I have pitched to have a bi-cycle track in my home town.
My curious journey of knowing more about China, as part of my ‘Zero Cost MBA(Envisioning 21st century global manager), recently broadcasted on China Radio International-Hindi broadcasting. Read/here yourself.
How is it like to be part in decision making? How is it like to feel the power of making laws and even adhering them with a dual responsibility. This is how I define my first taste in democracy while living in Denmark.
Technical University of Denmark, the university from where I did my master included my name/work with many other alumni for uplifting the name of DTU in the year 2014. Either through work, research or through innovation, the list also includes my name among with other alumni’s.
In Rajasthan Patrika, Kota (edition) describing my work in past and future plans.
How I used MOOCs to understand different cultures and to broaden my knowledge. ‘Globalization’ is a popular word. Yet, few have a clear idea about what it requires to develop […]