SHIVAM JHA

I am currently involved in assisting the technical lead with provisioning the phone and network solution and designing the architecture for the system that is best suitable to customer needs. The priority here is the seamless integration of our telecommunication services to the customers with efficient after-sale support.

What’s your area of expertise/responsibility at Switch?

Business development / Solutions specialist.

What were your initial observations at Switch?

Every day you are learning something but you wouldn’t realise until you go home and reflect upon yourself; because at work, you are simply having fun!!

What impresses you most about Switch?

The goal, to “Make Telco Perfect” and the everyday effort involved in achieving it.

One thing you’d say to the next new hire at Switch?

Having a good Spotify playlist is an unofficial requirement at Switch.

Your favourite thing to do when you’re not working at Switch?

Playing badminton and indoor cricket. However, post lockdown I’ve been working on switching my hobbies from indoor to outdoors!

One thing you’ve always wanted to do that hasn’t been ticked off your bucket list?

To be lucky enough to watch northern lights while sitting in a geothermal hot tub

Your favourite movie ever and why?

I am a huge movie viewer! Out of many, my recent favourite watch being- The Imitation Game.
Reason 1: Benedict Cumberbatch
Reason 2: Fantastic backdrop, screenplay, etc etc.

Your most treasured possession?

My Nani’s (grandmother) silver coin. Everything else is in my homeland.

Your 3 tips for an enjoyable holiday?

Do not over-schedule. Set your priorities straight before the trip(a group would have all sorts of interests). If you are in a foreign land, mix up! Remember- holidays are to relax.

If you could be a superhero who would it be and why?

IRONMAN! An entrepreneur, a gadget freak, a gentleman and richer than Batman. Buoy I could settle for just being Tony Stark!!

Your favourite quote?

‘What would you attempt, if you knew you couldn’t fail?’ -Robert H. Schuller

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