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Colliers Int.

International Property Consultancy

As a research analyst at an international property consultancy, my days are never the same. Every day presents new challenges, opportunities, and discoveries. I wake up early, eager to dive into the world of real estate, armed with my trusty laptop and a cup of coffee.
My first task is to review the latest market reports from around the world. I scan through pages of data, charts, and graphs, trying to identify any significant changes or trends. As I work, my mind is already racing ahead, thinking about the insights I can share with clients.
After a quick break, it's time to dive into the numbers. I analyze data from recent property transactions, conducting regression analyses to identify factors that drive price changes. It's a meticulous process, but I love the challenge of finding patterns in the data that others might miss.
Throughout the day, I collaborate with colleagues from around the world, sharing insights and bouncing ideas off each other. We're all passionate about real estate, and the conversations are always lively and stimulating.
As the day winds down, I prepare my presentation for an upcoming meeting with a major client. I make sure the data is clear, the charts are easy to understand, and the recommendations are actionable.
At the end of the day, I close my laptop and take a deep breath. It's been a challenging but satisfying day, and I can't wait to see what tomorrow brings. As a research analyst at an international property consultancy, I know that I'm making a difference in the world of real estate, one report at a time.


HBSS India

Mobility Solutions

Our first love and our first job always hold a special place in our hearts. For me, my first job was more than just a means of earning a paycheck. It gave me the opportunity to reinvent myself, to explore my passions, and to make a meaningful impact.

I started out as a transport planner, creating market reports and sharing them on social media. But soon, I found myself diving headfirst into the world of business development, exploring the exciting fields of electric mobility and senior mobility services in India. Along the way, I also picked up valuable skills such as website development and client and community engagement.

Through my first job, I not only gained professional experience, but I also discovered my true passions and strengths. It was a journey of self-discovery and growth that will always hold a special place in my heart.

Academic Projects

Graduate Thesis

Can Temporary Urbanism solve planning challenges?

Experimenting with ephemeral concepts citing examples from Kumbh Mela and few Indian cities.

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Master Plan

Can Tirupati's Tourism attract non-pilgrims? 

The land of seven hills flourishing in alternative tourism, a basket of intangible heritage.

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Site Plan

Is affordability all about spending?

Merging affordable housing ideas with local farming concepts, elaborated with a case study from Gandhi Nagar 

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Economic Activity Study

Where do Chappals come from?

Scratching the surface of footwear industry in Bahadurgarh, it's logistical linkages.

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Regional Plan

Why is Chittoor developing towards West?

A multi-sectoral analysis of a district in AP in context to it's Land Use and Land Cover.

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Local Area Plan

Can incentives drive Imphal's housing?

The story of Housing in Imphal goes beyond the Independence period.

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Transport Plan

Where do metro people live and work?

A transport study of Sarojini Nagar,  understanding travel patterns with OD surveys.

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Land Use Study

What about the 482 plots in Anand Parbat?

The ground level survey analysis through lanes of industrial hub, not so far from the Karol Bagh, Delhi.

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