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AJAY JANGRA

SR. EXECUTIVE ENGINEER (DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT)

Mobile : 09467691484

E-Mail: ajangra1@gmail.com

Ambition to work in an organization where the best use of my talent, knowledge, dedication, hard work & sincerity can be made. I am seeking a high quality work life through challenging assignments, meaningful career growth and opportunities for value addition and professional development.
SYNOPSIS

➢ Keep myself abrest of technological developments.

➢ Well versed with Designing Software Auto Cad, Solidworks.

➢ Quick learner & self-directed; consistent updating self with the emerging trends in the industry.

➢ A team player with strong interpersonal skills and possess a flexible and detail oriented attitude.

➢ An efficient key player in challenging & creative environments with excellent capacity to adapt to new technologies and skills.

PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

➢ B.E. (Mechanical Engineering) from Al-Falah School of Engineering & Technology, Dhauj, Faridabad, Affiliated to Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak in 2010 with 60%.

ACADEMIC CREDENTIALS

➢ XII from NIOS in 2006 with 55%.

➢ X from S.D. Modern Public School, Hansi affiliated to CBSE in 2003 with 61%.

CARRER HISTORY

Working as a Sr. Executive Engineer in Design & Development Deptt. at Push up Tools Udyog Pvt. Ltd., Rohtak from June 01, 2014 to till date. A small scale unit engaged in the manufacturing of carbide dies & trimming dies for cold forge industry, take care of all the tooling needs of the cold forging industry from designing to development to actual use at the shop floor.

➢ 3D product Modelling for Dies and Punches. ➢ Process Design as per schedule and release drawings and Bill of Material. ➢ Support to Manufacturing Deptt. ➢ Supervise Dies & Punches at various…...

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