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Ravi Shankar Dangeti

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Ravi Shankar Dangeti
The structure of the programme is such that you interact with business and academic leaders, visit parliaments and participate in cohort get-togethers, which make the whole experience very memorable.
Ravi Shankar Dangeti

An invaluable opportunity

"I came to Cambridge with an urge to enhance my knowledge in the areas of designing policies, integrating IS with development processes and building the role of technology to improve the lives of people. The MPhil in Technology Policy with its mix of subjects, scope for research, support from excellent faculty, opportunities to network and outstanding cohort has helped me gain better perspectives on technology. Further, the structure of the programme is such that you interact with business and academic leaders, visit parliaments and participate in cohort get-togethers, which make the whole experience very memorable. The MPhil in Technology Policy has been an invaluable opportunity for me to shape my further career."

Biography

Prior to Cambridge, Ravi did a BTech in Computer Science from IIIT Hyderabad, India. He then worked with Tata group as a IT Consultant. He also worked with World Bank as an architect, building software applications for rural microfinance institutions. Later, he moved to the UK as an Erasmus Mundus scholar and completed a dual Master's - MSc Bio Informatics from the University of Edinburgh, UK and MS in Software Engineering from the University of Trento, Italy. He currently works as a Global Transaction Services Analyst at CitiGroup in London.

Programme

MPhil Technology Policy 2009

Country

India

Company

Global Transaction Services Analyst, CitiGroup