In recent years, engineers like Dilip Kumar Jha are making an unprecedented impact on the world by employing creativity, innovation, and their wealth of knowledge. Engineers like him are largely responsible for the world’s ongoing transformation because it was due to their vision and technical skills that the majority of today’s products and services were created, which not only paved the way for healthy and comfortable lives but has had a huge impact around the world.
Engineers need to be both creative and critical; capable yet curious, as well as prepared to deal with the world’s ever-changing environment. Engineering encompasses a broad spectrum of fields, thus, individuals who enjoy designing, creating, tinkering, or building things, can pursue a potential career in this area. However, to become successful engineers, they should have the ability to turn concepts into reality in a world where new and complex technologies are emerging every day.
By applying the standards of science and math, engineers cultivate solutions for the globe’s greatest technological issues. From creating electrical outlets to constructing new bridges or working on a film visual effect to testing aerospace and aircraft products, engineers can perform a variety of tasks. Even though the engineering portfolio is vast, these engineers are all working towards the same objective: to make the world more sustainable. Nothing can compare to the satisfaction engineers feel after knowing that they have made a difference in people’s lives through their engineering zeal and hard work.
The fields of entertainment, space, medicine, environment, and transportation are just a few examples of the many areas in which engineers can contribute. The field of technology and engineering is intertwined, and together their contributions to industry advancements are numerous. Breakthrough technologies are created when engineers like Dilip Kumar Jha use all their passion and industry expertise to create an impact.
Kumar in his illustrious engineering career has worked with top-notch organizations such as Cadence, Intel, IBM, Qualcomm, and Swedium Global Services and has created and designed products like smartphones and supercomputers. As he had an interest in engineering since his early years, he enrolled in the East Point College of Engineering and Technology, Bengaluru to acquire a degree of B.E in Electronics Engineering.
Soon after graduating, Kumar stepped into the corporate world by joining IBM’s Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) division. After spending two successful years in this division, he moved to the organization’s semiconductor R&D division, where he designed and created microprocessors for supercomputers. This was followed by successful associations with Cadence Design Systems, Intel, and Qualcomm, where he designed integrated chips for smartphones.
Kumar is a multifaceted individual who besides engineering, loves to write. Through his books, he wants readers to discover their hidden skills and talent and wants to impact their lives in a positive way. Apart from writing popular books like Chasing the Phenomenon and Kuch Rangeen Kaanch, Kuch Rangeen Kaanch Ke Tukde, Kumar has written a non-fiction book named India That Is Progressive, which clearly demonstrates the direction in which Indian citizens are headed. His book discusses how the technological revolution, particularly biotechnology, and artificial intelligence, will dominate the 21st century.
Through this book, Kumar goes into great detail about how this technological stimulus will affect democracy. Therefore, India That Is Progressive, is a book for those who are concerned about India’s democracy. The book delves deeper into the challenges and obstacles that India might face in the 21st Century and has raised questions about how India as a nation will respond to these situations. To write this book, Kumar used his thirteen years of experience in the integrated chip design field and knowledge of the technological revolution in artificial intelligence.
His book is divided into nine chapters, where the first chapter discusses the differences between the concepts of patriotism, nationalism, and fascism, which is followed by the second chapter that sheds light on Data colonization, the British Raj, and colonialism and how India missed out on industrialization in the 19th century. The third chapter covers the area of education and its significance for India, while the fourth chapter discusses fake news and misinformation, and how one can prevent not only themselves but also communities from consuming fake news.
Ecological sovereignty and Indian parliament are the topics of chapters five and six respectively, which is followed by chapters seven and eight which discuss New India’s bureaucracy and the ability of the legal system and judicial process of India to respond to injustices. Finally, the last chapter will make readers understand how the COVID-19 pandemic has its positives and is an interesting moment in history.
Because of books like India, That Is Progressive and the insightful knowledge it provides, Dilip Kumar Jha has been widely praised by critics. Kumar is one of those contemporary and past engineers who has successfully tried their hand in literature and book writing, and by doing so, has contributed heavily to the engineering industry.