Control / measuring equipment manufacturer

A student majoring in machinery at the Top College of Pune University. Interested in robot technology, he is working on a project at the Robotics Institute of Pune University. He has also participated in Robocon, and last year he won the 6th place in the whole country. The 3rd grade project was designed for a rocker-bogie machine and used the technology used in the rover made for space exploration. From the experience of a team of four, he learned the importance of teamwork and the ability to produce better output. He wants to acquire technology in Japan and make high-quality products. He is also quite fluent in Japanese.



Savitribai Phule Pune University


I had a profound interest in Japanese from the start of my engineering. Every time I watched any kind of Jdrama or anime my interest in knowing about the Japanese culture and their lifestyle increased, and one day, courtesy of my college I got the opportunity to learn Japanese with FAST OFFER International Program (formerly Study Go Work JAPAN Program). From here everything became clearer about my choice of learning Japanese. From the very beginning, I was very excited about learning Japanese with all the Sensei I’ve had over the course. I always believe that the key to learning good Japanese is consistency and obedience. It may sound cliche, but this worked for me in a stellar way. Apart from this, I had a pretty decent technical background, namely in robotics.

Throughout this journey of 2/2.5 years, FAST OFFER Int’l has always helped and supported me in all the ways possible. From conducting lectures at a consistent pace to the study material everything I felt was very professional. I felt the homework was very aptly designed and the time allotment for every dokkai, mondai, kanji exercise, etc. was very well managed for me, and this has been a very major reason for advancing in Japanese.

After N3, I started preparing for N2 as well as for the Japanese interviews. My regimen was pretty similar to what I did for N3 i.e., consistently attending lectures and completing my homework in the stipulated time. My first mock interview was with my course instructor and the second was with the admin of ASIA to JAPAN. Once I cleared both the interviews, I was required to submit one minute PR video, my project summary in Japanese and an essay on why I wish to work in Japan. And then I got my profile generated and from here, under two months a company showed some interest in my profile. The full selection process spanned over 2.5 months, and this especially provided me enough time for preparation. I generally perform two steps to know about the company better. First, I generally research every nook and corner about the company’s profile, work, and history. This lets me understand their philosophy of working and whether I can adjust to their requirements. The second step is to be confident at all times and never shy off to ask for help from anyone and everyone. Also, as the interviewee is generally a foreign country student, they generally tend to be a bit lax and forgive some errors while speaking. But minimizing this error is important as this sets a better impression in front of all the interviewers.

I am very grateful to Sampei san, my mentor Kouji Kambara san, and Cai san for preparing me and guiding me in every step to crack the interview.

I am very excited to start my career in the land of the rising sun and hope to see many more FAST OFFER Int’l students in Japan.


三年の時のミニプロジェクトテーマ「 ロッカーボギー機構の柔軟部品開発」



結果:1.SIMULINK で計算した曲げモーメント(0.5Nm)がよく受けられる。

5. この部品はもっと正確で軽くなったら、利用する可能がたくさんあります。


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