Jaipur: Monark Sharma has been designated as a scientist in the AH-64E combat fighter helicopter unit of the US armed force. He packed away the opportunity with a yearly compensation of Rs 1.20 crore. He began his vocation as junior research scientist at NASA in the mass communication wing in 2013.
Headquartered in Fort Hood, Texas, his part incorporates designing, inspection, manufacturing and maintenance of the fighter plane which was enlisted in the US armed force this year.
Inside a couple of months, Sharma demonstrated magnificence in work—designing and research part which made him the beneficiary of two prestigious awards—Army Service Medal and Safety Excellence Award both in 2016.
Presently, he is travelling in the country taking sessions on leadership with the students of institutes. “I may not have got the opportunity to serve in the Indian armed force but all my moves in the US were intended to bring pride for my country. Here I am reaching out to my fellow Indian students to inspire them that anyone can attain success in life with sheer hard work,” said Sharma who studied from Bhagwan Mahaveer Jain School in C Scheme, Jaipur.
His cooperation in NASA’s Moon Baggi Project in 2011 and Luna Boat in 2012 has changed the fortunes for him. The group headed by Sharma won the best performance award in Moon Baggi project and stood fifth in the Luna Boat extend on the planet.
Incidentally, Sharma’s sister Shruti Sharma was also part of the Luna Boat project.
“Here NASA offered me a job and a green card. He was awarded citizenship through US army in 2016,” said Sharma. He did is bachelor in electronics and communication from Jaipur National University, Jaipur.