Laxman, an experienced E&C Engineer discloses industry challenges and salary expectations

Interview Questionnaire


What industry do you work in?

Currently I am working in the Education Industry for preparation of pre-engineering & pre-medical entrance exam as a Faculty of Physics.

What are your strengths?

  1. My quick decision taking ability
  2. Ability to work in a group
  3. Good leadership skills

What inspired you to get into this sort of industry?

This is my dream industry & always I think to work in Oil & Gas Industry, being an engineer I wish to use my technical skills.

What is the most challenging aspect within your field of work?

ANS: As per profession the most challenging thing is to tackle each & every problem of all the students, as the mental level of all the students is not same, so to provide a satisfactory answer to every question.

How do you manage and overcome these challenges?

ANS: As such nothing is impossible but to overcome such challenges one needs to be updated to every concept.

What has been the highlight of your career?

ANS: Awarded as the best & most liked Faculty in all the Institutes of Rajasthan.

If somebody starts as a trainee / beginner within your line of work, what could they earn in salary?

Roughly 50,000 INR p.m.

What can this person expect to earn after 10 years of experience?

Roughly 10, 00,000 INR p.m.

What advice can you offer people who are in the same industry as you?

I will advise for anybody who finally chooses this industry that you need to work hard, work hard and work hard!

If you had to describe yourself in FIVE WORDS, what would they be?

  1. I am hard worker
  2. I am leader
  3. I am good listener
  4. I am a good optimizer
  5. I am optimistic

Where in Africa have you worked before?

ANS: No I have never worked in Africa.

CA Global is a big believer in Africa, why do YOU believe in Africa?

As per my knowledge Africans are hard workers & Africa’s climatic conditions very similar to India which are easier for an Indian to survive.

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