I am a research student in Computational Linguistics. As of April 2015 I have completed my PhD in the Dept. of Linguistics, University of Colorado, Boulder. My dissertation focus was Hindi complex predicates. I have also worked on Hindi PropBank, a large-scale annotation project on semantic role labelling for Hindi. I spent 10 months (Fall 2013, Spring 2014) on a DAAD research grant at the University of Konstanz in Germany. In Fall 2014, I was supported by Graduate School at CU-Boulder Graduate School Dissertation Completion Fellowship). I am now in New Delhi, India and I am looking for a job.

My M.Phil was on the computational morphology of Marathi in LTRC, IIIT-Hyderabad. My academic journey began with undergraduate studies in St. Xavier's College, Mumbai. After this, I completed my Masters in Linguistics at the University of Mumbai. Also worked for a short while at Webaroo Technologies

Besides work, I am interested in many things, among them wildlife and birdwatching, blogging, reading and running.