My research interests are to understand the crustal architecture and tectonic & geodynamic evolution of the continental margin of India. I have a keen interest to understand the mantle plume's role in the evolution of the continental margins of India. My work is mostly related to the research associated with the plume-ridge interaction, tectonics, geodynamics, and large igneous province. I have worked on the offshore extension of flood basalt (equivalent to Deccan Trap) in the Arabian Sea. Currently, I am working in the shallow seismic division and associated with research related to the delineation of unconventional energy sources like Coal Bed Methane (CBM) and Shale gas on the Indian subcontinent.
Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) (AIR-47) and qualified for National Eligibility Test (NET) by Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) (2012)
PhD; M.Sc. (Tech) Geophysics; B.Sc. (Hons.) Maths.