Friday, 20 April 2018

Success - A way of life at Pune Techtrol!


A journey of thousand miles begins with a single step. Pune Techtrol, established in 1984, evolved from a six-employee venture, is now recognized as the globally leading manufacturer of the level measurement and control instruments for liquids and solids. It all started with a dream that Mr Nandlal P. Khatan had for his company, which has come true as a result of the great determination and dedication of these many years. We, at Pune Techtrol Pvt. Ltd., have always aimed to achieve the best and strive for the better, inspiring a series of success stories to the name of Pune Techtrol.
The company has come a long way overcoming all the odds and has achieved a significant name in the level measuring instruments and process automation systems. It has only been possible because of the consistent efforts and hard work invested by all the employees, for the growth of the company. Our main strengths are innovation, continuous quality improvement, and employee-driven growth. We have been expanding our horizon and reaching out to OEMs, manufacturers, large industries, MNCs, project consultants and semi-government and government sectors.
Our focus has been on providing the finest products to our customers globally. Our products have multifold applications in process automation. The qualities of instrumentation we provide are the outcome of up-to-date knowledge, skilled workmanship, and dedication of our team. Our mission is to continually meet future challenges of an evolving process industry, through the incorporation of new technology, human resources & skills.
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Non-Contact Power Supply Transport System Technology

In 1993, Daifuku developed the world's first monorail system that utilized a non-contact power supply*, which has garnered attention as the next-generation transport system to create a clean environment. The system supplies electric power to moving objects without coming into contact with them. The first system was delivered to the Iwate Plant of Kanto Auto Works, Ltd. in 1993 (photo). Since then, Daifuku's non-contact power supply transport systems have been expanding from the automobile industry to other industries, including semiconductors, food, and pharmaceuticals.



The noncontact power supply system was named HID, an acronym from High Efficiency Inductive Power Distribution Technology.

  • A Brief History of Development

    The elementary technology of HID was invented in 1990 by a group of researchers at the University of Auckland, New Zealand, led by Professor John Boys. Daifuku conducted research and development jointly with the university and successfully put HID technology into practical use. Our HID technology solved drawbacks of the conventional contact power supply technology using trolley lines and collectors, including collector wear, wear debris, and sparks generated by line separation. Daifuku signed a technical license agreement with the University of Auckland and has the exclusive rights to the use and sale of HID in the material handling market. At present, the HID technology is patented in many countries.

    Configuration and the Roles of Components of HID system

    The HID system consists of the following four components.

    HID Power Supply Panel

    The power supply panel converts the commercial power supply to a frequency suited to noncontact power supply and feeds electric power to the induction cable.

    Induction Cable

    The induction cable is a special electric line installed along the rail of a moving object. A magnetic field is generated around the cable in order to efficiently transmit electric power to a moving object.

    Pickup Coil

    The pickup coil is installed on the side of the moving object opposite the induction cable and receives electric power from the magnetic field around the induction cable.

    Power Receiving Unit

    The power receiving stabilizes electric power that the pickup coil receives and feeds quality electric power to inverters and servo drivers.




    Features and Patents of the HID System

    Features

    The features of the HID system are that the induction cable and the pickup coil are non-contact and that the induction cable is covered by insulating material. It has the following benefits.

    (1) High reliability and durability

    Collectors for non-contact power supply require a refined 3D mechanism in order to achieve stable contact. The HID has a simple structure and its noncontact configuration allows stable electric power supply for an extended period of time.

    (2) Maintenance-free

    Conventional collectors may be increasingly worn out depending on the surrounding environment. Since the HID is non-contact, its collectors and trolley lines never become worn, and thus significantly reducing maintenance costs.

    (3) Applicable to clean environments

    The system never generates dust that contact collectors often produce. It is therefore indispensable for environments where no dust is allowed, such as clean rooms.

    (4) Applicable to environments where oil mist and/or water vapor occurs

    Contact power supply may not always be used in places where dust, oil mist, and/or water vapor occur. HID systems can be used in such places without problems.

    (5) Safe power supply system

    The power supply cable is entirely insulated and has no exposed parts, so there is no risk of electric shock. Electric power is supplied to the moving object by electromagnetic coupling and electric sparks will not be generated, making this is a very safe power supply system.

    Patents

    The idea for non-contact power supply can be found in a USA patent granted some 100 years ago. This technology is based on the accumulated knowledge of forerunners, including the law of electromagnetic induction. On the other hand, the development of simulation technology, the invention of elements which can be used in high frequency ranges, and advanced circuit technology were necessary to refine a non-contact power supply system to a practical level.
    Since the tie-up with the University of Auckland, Daifuku has applied for tens of patents in major countries. The following are the core patents.

    (1) Patent relating to the form of pickup coils and the configuration around induction cables

    With the assumption that moving objects will travel in three dimensions, simulation was performed to determine the support of induction cables and the optimum form of pickup coils. As a result, the present E-shape core has been employed (Figure). This patent relates to the configuration that provides a good balance between power receiving efficiency and facility costs and is most suited to moving objects.

    (2) Patent relating to power receiving units

    The power receiving unit must supply stable power to control devices, such as inverters and sequencers, when the number of moving objects is changed or when electric power is changed at the moment of motor startup or the occurrence of regeneration. This patent relates to how efficiently and simply several kilowatt electric power can be controlled.

    Conclusion

    The HID system is widely used not only in the automobile, semiconductor, and flat panel display industries, but also in the optical fiber, food, and food container industries. In short, what many users want from their facilities is high availability. Specifically, this means that maintenance is unnecessary or minimal, only a short time is needed to change the facility's layout, errors and breakdowns do not occur, and recovery from problems is very quick. In addition, the mitigation of effects on the global environment and the provision of comfortable environments to human workers are significant concerns. We believe that our HID system will be broadly used in many industries as an important support technology to meet these requirements.



Wednesday, 18 April 2018

Steam: Major Source for heating and electricity generation


The utility of steam is multifold and can be put to use in a variety of industries for multiple purposes. Steam is a secondary source of energy since it is produced from water by combustion of any type of primary source of fuel in a boiler. Steam is produced out of a single process of energy conversion; it is a cheap source of energy.
Following characteristics of steam make it an ideal medium for heat transfer applications:
  • Efficient and economical to generate
  • Uniform heating - easy to distribute
  • Easy to control
  • Easily transferred to the process by its own pressure
  • Steam plant easy to maintain
  • Heat transfer takes place at constant temperature
The applications for steam are heating processes in plants and steam driven turbines in electric power plants, used by the massive petrochemical complexes to the local microbrewery, steam is an integral part of these processes.
Steam is one of the most versatile utility in the industrial energy arena today. In addition to simple heating applications, it can also be deployed in various industrial processes like cleaning, sterilization, drying, concentration, separation and evaporation.
  • In culinary applications, it preserves flavours, textures, and retains nutrients. For processing of vegetables and food, steam is used for sterilization and drying under vacuum.
  • The use of steam in the industry for the purpose of cleaning does not harm surfaces, motors, bearing seals, sensors and machinery equipment. Hence the requirement of mask off or cover equipment prior to cleaning is not there. There is very less chance of any cross-contamination and thus it helps in faster clean up.
  • The freshwater, naturally available from various sources, requires varying degrees of treatment before being fed to the boiler. Treatment of boiler feed water prevents the formation of scales and deposits, removes dissolved gases, protects against corrosion, eliminates water & steam carry-over, optimizes boiler efficiency and minimizes maintenance costs. Improper or nonexistent feed water treatment is the major cause of boiler failure.
  • In biotechnology applications, steam is produced in various grades of purity. Steam ranges in purity from boiler grade for routine tasks, to culinary grade “Clean Steam” for food and dairy, and goes up to super pure, pyrogen-free steam for biopharmaceutical and intravenous use.
  • In case of “dry saturated steam” there is a definite relationship between temperature and pressure of the steam. This characteristic of steam helps in controlling the processes precisely.
  • In the frigid oil & gas fields, steam is used for heat tracing of tanks and pipelines to keep processes moving.


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TPM: Critical Approach to Optimal Productivity


Considered as the medical science of machines, TPM (Total Productive Maintenance) is an innovative concept introduced by the Japanese to the world. Japan, known to be the master in quality production, the origin of TPM can be traced way back to 1951, when preventive maintenance was introduced in Japan. With increasing automation, regular and preventive maintenance of machines became crucial to increase productivity.
TPM: The Idea Behind
The ideas behind introducing TPM was to get operators involved in maintaining their equipment and make them responsible for their machines, such that they proactively carry out maintenance to improve and achieve perfect production, targeting zero breakdowns, losses and defects along with ensuring a safe working environment.
What is TPM?
To be precise, TPM is a timely maintenance program carried out in a factory to increase productivity of its machines and equipments with modest investments in maintenance. TPM has a holistic approach to improve the Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) of plant equipments which is its main objective, along with improving the quality and quantity of production, boosting employee morale and job satisfaction. TPM includes 4Ms and T- Man, Machine, Material, Method and Tools. TPM creates the right environment between all these factors of production, which helps maximize the operational efficiency and achieve manufacturing excellence. Here if we see, efficient material handling is crucial for successful TPM.
TPM vs. TQM
Though they share lot of similarities, but they are two different approaches. Both result in improved quality but both follow two distinct paths. TQM focuses on improving quality of the goods and services and concentrates, while TPM focuses on equipment and process used to produce the product thus maintaining quality, reducing cost and increasing volume of production.
The 8 Pillars of TPM – Way towards achieving Manufacturing Excellence5S- Sort, Systematise, Sweep, Standardize, Self-discipline- The Foundation
5S is the very foundation on which the 8 pillars of TPM stand.  It is so because, when the house would be in order, then only the pillars of TPM can exist. Organizing the workplace with 5S sets the workplace in order, which helps make problems easily visible and makes workplace clean and well-organized, ready to set the 8 Pillars of TPM.
Pillar 1- JISHU HOZEN (Autonomous Maintenance) - Small maintenance tasks on continual basis
Making operators responsible for the upkeep of their equipment with small, regular tasks to help prevent their equipment from deteriorating;
Pillar 2- KOBETSU KAIZEN (KK) - Small improvements on a continual basis
Kaizen is the most well-known philosophy introduced by Japan to the world. Kaizen simply means ‘change for better ‘through continuous improvement, which is not only pertaining to manufacturing but improvements in all areas of a company;
Pillar 3- Planned Maintenance- Proactive and Reactive method
 Scheduled maintenance based on the predicted and measured failure rates to have trouble free machines and defect free products. Customer satisfaction is the final aim;
Pillar 4- Quality MaintenanceProactive method
The goal for any manufacturing facility is to have ‘defect free manufacturing’. This is achievable only by maintaining highest level of quality standards. Quality Maintenance on time can ensure being proactive in Quality Control to Quality Assurance, help detect errors and eliminate them to maintain quality to have zero customer complaints;
 Pillar 5- Training and Education- A well informed workforce
In order to do away with the knowledge gaps, the workforce has to be well- informed. The Operator should develop skills not only to know how the machine works, but also should understand the reason behind emerging problems, if any. Training and Education develop the personnel’s skills and techniques to deal with a particular problem in a proactive way. Proper Training of the personnel is necessary for achieving TPM goals;
Pillar 6- Safety, Health and Environment (SHE) - Peripheral Necessities
The aim is to have an ‘accident free workspace’. It focuses on the elimination of potential risks of accident and fires. It makes the workplace operator-friendly by taking timely safety measures through dedicated personnel taking care of it;
Pillar 7- Development Management- New Product Development
Before any new product is incorporated in the manufacturing process, getting practical knowledge of the new product helps easy amalgamation of it, into the ongoing processes and also helps reach the pre-planned maintenance level soon. TPM provides understanding of the new equipment which supports in designing and developing the new product;
Pillar 8- TPM in Administration- Support to the plant operations
Improving Administrative function is crucial for improving plant functioning and increasing productivity. It also includes analyzing the process and procedures to eliminate losses. TPM in administration is a step usually taken after the four basic pillars of TPM are in place.
To add to this, Material Handling is considered to be another pillar of TPM. The linking element between man, machine, material and method is material handling. Increase in total productivity cannot be possible if material handling is not organized.
 Companies introducing TPM in their factories start with implementing the first 4 pillars (JH, KK, Planned Maintenance and Quality Maintenance) initially and then slowly widen their scope to include the remaining pillars to have complete implementation done. A new factory or a factory introducing TPM, if introduces efficient material handling systems at the beginning, it will always lead to successful implementation of TPM.
Advantages of introducing TPM in a factory
When it comes to Productive Efficiency, TPM is the answer for every factory. TPM addresses all facets of the factory from material, machines, equipment, processes to employees. It brings in a positive approach in workers by bringing them into the loop of being responsible for their machines and its production. It helps workers in developing multiple skills to become flexible. When it comes to machines, machines also become efficient because of timely maintenance. Regular maintenance ensures that systems and machines do not reach the stage of extremity like breakdowns, accidents etc . It ensures defect free production along with maintaining the highest level of quality. Also, the benefit of TPM in administration adds to this, by having involvement of all people in support functions, with a focus on improving the plant performance. This results in the improvement of Overall Effective Efficiency (OEE) of the plant.
My TPM Mantra: TPM leads to TPM
By this I mean to say, Total Productive Maintenance leads to Total Profit Management. When TPM ensures zero defects, zero losses and zero accidents with maintaining highest level of quality, the result is customer satisfaction and increase in profit to business. If we do the cost-volume-profit analysis for an organization having introduced TPM effectively, the total revenue exceeds the total cost with increase in productivity, and the total profit increases.
Daifuku’s Role with TPM
Along with implementation , making way for the success of TPM starts with efficient material handling. DAIFUKU provides the means to achieve TPM Goals, with its Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems.AS/RS ensures providing industries best in class material handling solutions giving unique solutions. Reaching TPM goals- Zero Defects, Zero Losses and Zero Accidents’ is made easy and effective with DAIFUKU AS/RS. The Automated Storage Solutions help utilize manpower efficiently and save on space. Automation and optimization increase productivity and help improve quality and quantity of production, setting new levels of manufacturing excellence and customer satisfaction.
About Daifuku
Since 1937, Daifuku has been world-class Automated Materials Handling Company – conveying, storage, sorting, picking and controls. We have a global network of offices and subsidiaries that offer design, engineering, sales, installation and commissioning of an Automated Storage and Materials Handling System.
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Tuesday, 17 April 2018

Waste water management – the required way out!


At just 21, he is the youngest among all the IMPALSIANS, but he is the most sought after team member too! He joined us as an intern three months ago but since then has made such a powerful impact with his work that surprised one and all.
Today we are highlighting the journey of our bright Graphic Design intern Aakarsh Raj.
He hails from Bokaro, in the state of Jharkhand, a 2 hours drive from Ranchi, home to one of India’s most successful captains Mahendra Singh Dhoni.
Akarsh was the youngest member of the Raj family too, pampered and loved by two elder sisters. He completed his SSC from DAV Kathara and HSC from DAV Swang in the Science stream. He was an average student in school, and his true interest and talent were in drawing and painting from a very tender age even without formal training.
He was only 9 years old when he lost mother who passed away after prolonged illness. Like talent, tragedy doesn’t spare tender aged either, and this loss left a vacuum in his life forever. His sisters never let him feel the absence of their mother though, pampering and showering him with love to the utmost. However, this experience made him self-caring and taught him the lesson in responsibility.
As both his sisters would be out in colleges and their father, who would be out on duty for long hours with his job in coal industry in Jharkhand, he, at times, had to spend with himself taking recourse to his interest in drawing which gradually became finer.
After 12th, he cleared entrance exam for pursuing Engineering, but didn’t feel inclined towards the grinding of Engineering! He found a supportive family in this moment of career decision. He decided to pursue Economic Honours, landed up in the City of Joy – Kolkata, and got admission in Asutosh College, one of Calcutta’s reputed colleges.        
He cleared the first year of Economics Honours, but unfortunately could not clear all the subjects in the first attempt and was not promoted to the second year.  According to the college rule, he was to reappear for the whole first year again as he was from Science stream.
He followed the rigorous process but soon felt de-motivated, and decided to give up on his studies. His family supported him again and motivated him to pursue what likes the best.
He listened to his heart’s call.
He decided to pursue Graphic Designing and that decision brought him to the city of Pune, where he started staying with elder sister who was a working professional in Pune. Akarsh joined MAAC Institute for his Graphic Designing course.
Once the course was over, he was looking for some organizations where he could take up an internship stint to gather some hands-on experience.
He was all set to look out for opportunities, but then a strange thing took place. The guy who was happy go lucky suddenly was embraced by Anxiety disorder. And that too in such a way that he started getting anxiety and panic attacks. His first attack lasted for almost a few hours and which scared him to the core.
At first he was unaware as to what exactly was happening to him but then he started researching about it on his own. For almost four months, he never moved out of his house alone as he was just scared of anything and anyone that came his way. He realized that he was getting panic attacks but was adamant on the fact that he would not undergo any harsh medical treatment for it since the medication could have some different side effects of depression as well. This decision was the true elixir of his life. He reassured himself for a moment and decided that he could come out of that phase on his own.  He read many articles on the internet and found out that Meditation is the key to calm down his anxiety.
He followed a strict regime to come out of this nightmare. Since he was suffering from sleep deprivation in this phase, firstly he started listening to sleep meditation videos due to which he could at least fall asleep. Mornings then started by his meditation by around 4am-5am, followed by pranayam, walking and yoga. Two hours of his day were strictly dedicated to this routine and he saw to it that nothing could obstruct it.
It was his sheer determination that helped him come out of the darkness as per one of his own favorite quotes from the movie Harry Potter: “Dark times lie ahead of us and there will be a time when we must choose between what is easy and what is right”. This truly inspired him and transformed him into a responsible and matured person. The idea of joining internship was still on his mind and he got a chance at IMPALS as a Graphic Design intern. He joined us in January’18 and from that time he was made a lasting impression on all of us by his dedication and hard work. Graphic Designing is his passion and he is well focused on it, come what may. Nothing can deter him from his focus and stop him from getting IMPALSIFIED. This quality of him has grabbed him an opportunity to become a full time IMPALSIAN after his internship period is over.
To throw light on some other aspect of him, he has almost 113k followers on Instagram, on his page “Petrifying Pen”. He posts shorts stories, quotes, designs etc on Instagram on a daily basis. He is a homely person so he spends most of his time in his house with his laptop exploring new trends in his field. His further plans are to complete his graduation through distance learning and get himself a degree.
From “Playing Alphabets” to “Petrifying Pen”, that the journey of our brilliant intern Aakarsh Raj. He is a true inspiration to today’s youngsters and shows us that with strong determination brings fruits of success along with it.
Team IMPALS is proud of you. Keep up the good work & get IMPALSIFIED every day.

Monday, 16 April 2018

Be Careful While Hiring Through Reference


While hiring through references, we get TWO kinds of people –
Category #1 – X has worked with Y. X vouch for the knowledge, work commitment, trustworthiness and professionalism of Y. When X makes a career move, he refers Y to his new employers, as and when there arises a suitable opportunity OR X refers Y to his contacts when his employers start the process of restructuring or downsizing, which might result in job loss for Y.
Category #2 – X has NOT worked with Y. He has no idea about the knowledge, skills or work-ethics of Y. Y is either a distant relative of X OR Y has been referred to X by Z. X and Z are relatives/friends. None of them has worked with Y. They want to help Y, who is unable to find a job on his own. They want to do it to impress or to return a favor or to be in the good books of their distant relative or friend.
While Category #1 is highly recommended (it saves on recruitment cost and ensures employee engagement as well as retention); hiring by Category #2 is highly risky – uncertain and unstable.
I have done hiring through both kinds of references and let me share with you, hiring Category #2 kind of people is detrimental. It is being said that if you get a job and you don’t have the skills to do the job, take the job and then learn the skill. However, in most of the cases, I have seen, these employees neither have the skills nor have any inclination to learn. Most often they behave like son-in-laws of the organization. Honestly speaking, those who can't find jobs on their own are serious losers. And those who promote them obviously have hidden motives of their own.
Let me share one incident. Once there was a candidate being referred by our CFO. I was informed that one of his uncles had helped the organization in recovering over several million INR of sales tax from government authorities and hence was instructed to hire him. “But the candidate has very poor communication skills, cannot operate on MS Office and has very weak subject knowledge”, I told the CFO. “I will hire in my team and coach to develop the necessary capabilities”, the CFO said with confidence. We hired the candidate. FIVE months later, the CFO realized that the new employee could not be trained. He was unwilling to learn. Many managers in the team tried to coach him, but he was just not willing to learn. He was also told that if he won’t learn and do the required work, he would get terminated. The threat didn’t help. In fact, he was overheard, going around and telling others in the company that no one dared fire him because he had been referred by XYZ and he was related to our CFO. Two weeks later, we fired that employee before he could complete his probation period of SIX months.
I believe that had he focussed on his learnings and developing skills, he could have stayed and grown in the company. What are your thoughts?
Hiring through references of employees has always been seen as a great way to ensure employee retention and increase productivity at workplace. However, do not dilute your hiring processes to fit in a candidate referred by your senior, no matter how senior he has been.

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Dont Be an Option Be a Priority



Be strong and extremely confident in what you are doing, there is no need to get scared of anything or anyone. Grab each and every opportunity you get and never ever give a second thought on “How will I do it?” JUST GO FOR IT and achieve whatever you aspire for.
Ms. Chetana Wagh was born in Mumbai to Mr. Ghanyshyam J More, a retired teacher from Bombay Municipal Corporation and Mrs. Chhaya G More who was a great mentor and played an instrumental role in shaping Ms. Chetana’s professional life. After a Graduation in Chemical stream from Mumbai University, she started her Post Graduate Diploma in International Business and completed the same from Mumbai University. She then started her professional life with an Indian headquartered freight forwarding company db Logistics India Pvt. Ltd as a Management Trainee. As Chetana notes, “acquiring this meaningful profile wasn’t a piece of cake with 5-6 candidates trying to get the same profile”, but with her sheer hard work, motivated by her wish of not being an option rather a priority, she succeeded in getting the job profile she wished to. She opted for this industry in the initial stage of her carrier to get the basic knowledge of supply chain.
Pursuing a Masters in Management was motivated by her aim to be a priority rather than an option along with a newspaper article she read during her 10th grade which highlighted the importance of MBA.
After working at “db Logistics” she went on to work as an Import Executive at “deugro Projects India Pvt. Ltd.” a wholly owned subsidiary of “deugro, Germany”. Hereafter few months of joining she started handling the complete imports of India, cross trade and export projects along with business generation from key customers. But she was a person who always wanted to be a part of supply chain management and finally, she got this opportunity as an executive at Merck Life Science India Pvt. Ltd. This change in the field did come at a huge cost; she was accepted as a fresher and that too after 3 years of valuable experience. But she accepted it happily as she wanted to be in SCM.
The Merck Group, branded and commonly known as Merck, is a German multinational chemical, pharmaceutical, and life sciences company headquartered in Darmstadt, with around 50,000 employees in around 70 countries. Merck was founded in 1668 and is the world’s oldest operating chemical and pharmaceutical company, as well as one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world. The chemical division of the company has further subdivisions like Research and Applied, Performance Materials, Bio Monitoring, Cosmetics and Lab water.
Her current role as an Executive-Distribution calls her to report to the Distribution Head, India. Her major role complies with Process Improvement, business analysis for distribution department, Operation Excellence (OpEx) for distribution, department – Employee Engagement by conduction training, track project under Op-Ex & process improvement.
Being a female did present her with its own challenges. She says, “in person, she a very strong and ambitious but when it comes to corporate world which is said to be men’s world, it is considered that women are only for customer services, they don’t need to grow and work only to spend their time and earn peanuts.” But with her sheer willpower, she overcame all the challenges the corporate world threw on her.  And moreover, she is very proud to work in an industry traditionally dominated by the males.
Her colleague Mr. Prasad Jadhav, Assistant Manager Logistics notes, Chetana is a very hard working and very much career oriented girl, a person who is very energetic and assertive about her goals in life. She is a person who knows to strike a perfect balance between her career and personal life, as a co-worker he admires her for her cooperation & support in all walks of life. She mixes very well with other colleagues and also expresses her views in a very firm manner. Being an extremely career oriented person Chetana also is very kind at heart & understands what others feel. She is one of the best face readers out there and within no time can guess what’s going on in someone’s mind. Men or woman, she is always on the forefront when any of them needs any help. She works to be a perfect example of coordination between all her co-workers and gets her goal achieved within no time. Prasad goes on to say that Chetana is the perfect women of the present era.
“Full of Sacrifice & a Hard Worker” is what comes to Mr. Dhananjay More’s mind. Her brother says that he has seen her struggling in her life, but eventually she achieves what she wants. He says that he has never seen someone in this modern world who strikes such a perfect balance in life and handles her corporate job as well as her family so perfectly. Chetana believes in simplicity and respects people in every age group. He further says that she is an amazing woman to be with and he extremely happy to have a sister like her.
Her father Mr. Ghanshyam More says that she is a kind of person who is extremely sincere and very dedicated and always complete any work assigned to her, she never leaves any work incomplete. He goes on to say that she was extremely active since her school days and always took part in all the competition, be it table tennis or badminton or drawing or running race she was always there ready to take on any challenges. He also points out that she is a kind of person who likes hiking and goes for it regularly.
Her husband Mr. Tarkesh Wagh says, “Chetana is a person who always finds out time for everyone, her family, her colleagues and those who need any kind of help.” She donates food, toys or other essentials to individuals going through crisis especially poor children’s. Mr. Tarkesh describes himself as blessed to have a wife like Chetana.
We at Machine Maker is proud to bring the story of this inspiring woman who believes in and ask the other fellow women too, to not be an option, rather be a priority.