Manufacturer of motorcycles, marine products such as boats and outboard motors, and other motorized products.

Graduated from the mechanical engineering department in 2009 and is currently working as a software engineer at a local IT company. His graduation research at university was the design and development of disinfection equipment using ultraviolet rays. Based on my experience with disinfection work in Corona, he designed a design model using CATIA and Ansys, and designed a device that can control the ultraviolet wavelength that works against microorganisms and viruses with a smartphone. Ability to explain technical skills in Japanese and to be able to complete an interview in Japanese.

What the company thought:His high level of Japanese language ability and his willingness to confirm and deepen his understanding whenever he did not understand something were highly appreciated. His technical skills in mechanical engineering and mechanical design are also impeccable.



Savitribai Phule Pune University
Mechanical Engineering


I got introduced to the Japanese language when I was in school. Not some session or seminar but by my friend who was studying Japanese. I requested him to teach me whatever he could because I was interested, and writing in Japanese looked cool. After I enrolled for further studies, I lost touch with Japanese.
When I was in the second year of engineering, I got a chance to learn the Japanese language at my college. I completed my N5, but sadly, the Japanese class at my college got discontinued.
Even then, I didn’t quit studying Japanese. While preparing for N5, I learned many new things about Japan, Japanese culture, and Japanese technology. My interest in working in Japan highly increased during this phase.
After that, I decided to focus on my technical skills. I was also looking for a chance to continue my Japanese learning. Then I came across the FAST OFFER International Program (formerly Study Go Work JAPAN Program), and I applied immediately.
It was an all-in-one package, all that I wanted. I was excited about this, and I decided to give my best.
While learning N3, I became eligible to apply for interview rounds for Japanese companies. But before that, there were a few steps that I had to complete.
First was to clear a mock interview round conducted by Sensei, then another interview with ASIA to JAPAN staff. Finally, we had to send some documents like the Project report and a Minute-long PR video. After document screening and PR video, I was finally able to apply for interview rounds.
Within a month, I got an interview with a renowned company. They arranged a company information session for a better understanding of the company. Also, there were mentoring sessions where they taught me how to present myself, explain my project effectively, make the presentation, and much more.
I cleared the first interview round but was sadly unable to pass the final interview. Even after that, I got many more chances. There were even months when I had an interview for more than two companies. Even after getting so many opportunities, I was unable to clear the final. This made me doubt myself. But ASIA to JAPAN staff gave me the support and encouragement that I needed to continue pursuing my dream.
Then I got the opportunity to interview for a famous Manufacturer of motorcycles and marine products, which happened to be one of my dream companies. After clearing the web test, my interview was scheduled, and a mentor was assigned.
Mentor-san was a person who worked for a long time in the company that shortlisted me for an interview. The mentor-san helped me a lot, giving me points I should focus on in an interview, effective delivery of the presentation, questions to ask, and much more.
I gave the final interview and got the result on the same day. I received a call from staff members of FAST OFFER International regarding the results. I can never forget the delight I felt when they told me I had cleared the final interview. I was full of the joys of spring and grinning from ear to ear.
I am thankful to the staff members of FAST OFFER International for providing me this opportunity and giving me all the guidance needed. Because of their assistance, I was able to make my dream come true. I would also like to thank my family, Sensei, and friends. It would have been impossible to do it without their support and encouragement.
I feel very blessed and happy. I don’t have enough words to express how grateful I am. Thank you, FAST OFFER International (Formerly Study Go Work JAPAN). I am looking forward to starting my new life in Japan.


次に、Catiaで設計モデルを作成し、Ansysソフトウェアで応力解析を実行しました。設計が安全であると判断した後、Proteus 8で電気回路シミュレーションを実行しました。シミュレーションが成功した後、フレームの製造を開始しました。
このプロジェクトを行っている間、私たちは多くのことを学びましたが、私たちが学んだことで重要なことの1つは、すべてのメンバーが異なる場所で作業している場合、問題解決が非常に難しくなる可能性があるから、ほぼ毎日Google Meetを行って、誰かが問題を抱えている場合はそれについて話し合い、解決することができます。


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