Subhadra Mahato’s own career journey mirrors her recent success – to pursue a profession in engineering with a deep sense of passion and courage. She recently got selected as a Service Engineer during pool campus placement activity by a Swedish company Epiroc Mining India Limited, Pune. She has been offered a package of Rs 5 lakhs.
“Professor and mentors from my department have always helped me,” Subhadra says. She is a B.Tech Electrical student from Jharkhand Rai University, Ranchi.
“No matter what I do, I always look towards the learning outcome of every activity. It does not matter whether I win or not. For me the learning opportunity I get at every step is more important in life.”
The interview at Epiroc Mining was a great experience for Subhadra who humbly says that besides her efforts, ‘blessing from mentors, my parents and elders helped me in my success.’
Before starting her journey at Jharkhand Rai University, she had clear career goals, i.e, to be an engineer. “School is the best time to define and redefine what we want to be in our career. One must follow their curiosities and make bold choices.”
In school Subhadra was always an active student. She participated in everything – starting from martial arts, to anchoring annual events, to learning archery. With a passion to learn and win, she won many prizes in different competitions.“I eagerly look forward to my first job. I’m ready for this journey,” she says.
Everyone plays to win. But what makes Subhadra different is that she always plays to ‘learn’. This difference in perception is what fills her with clarity and confidence.
This University wishes her best of luck for the excellent career journey she is about to take.