I am a technopreneur by profession and co-founded KritiKal Solutions in 2002. KritiKal took birth as a campus startup while I was completing my M.Tech./B.Tech. from the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi (IIT-D). I coordinate overall operations and drive future growth strategy and business planning in the company as its CEO.
I took a 2 year sabbatical from KritiKal (2007-09) for a Masters course in Public Administration (Public and Economic Policy) from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE, London) and Sciences-Po (Paris), to understand better how to reform things in India.
Poor governance is the root cause of India's underdevelopment, and I believe that FTI is the most promising platform for political and governance reforms in India.
I live in Gurgaon (Delhi/NCR) with my wife and son, and come from Jabalpur/MP earlier. I have also lived in Gwalior, Rewa, Paris and London (and for a few months in Raipur, Jerusalem/Israel).