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Testimonial of Pranoti

Alumna of the Industrial Sustainable Engineering Master

Updated on May 16, 2021
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As she was working as an Electrical Engineer, Pranoti Haribhau Zalte realized the importance of Industrialization in engineering and chose to apply to the Sustainable Industrial Engineering Master at Grenoble INP - Génie industriel to boost her career. Pranoti is now working as Group Quality - Faurecia Core Procedure (FCP) Administrator in Faurecia Services Groupe Headquarter, located in Paris, France.

Pranoti Please, introduce yourself?
My name is Pranoti Haribhau Zalte. I am 25 years old and I am from a small village Wadali Najik, Maharashtra, India.

What is your current profession?
Currently, I am working as a Group Quality - Faurecia Core Procedure (FCP) Administrator in Faurecia Services Groupe Headquarter, located in Paris, France.

Could you explain your job responsibilities?
The Group Quality - Faurecia Core Procedure (FCP) Administrator is a key function of the Faurecia Management System Shared Services (FMSSS) with the all-time Target of Total Customer Satisfaction (TCS), world class service and top performance. I am responsible for the timely, accurate management and maintenance of an effective and efficient, IATF 16949 compliant Document Management Data base - FCP Share point or as part of an integrated Computer-Aided Quality assurance (CAQ) Management System. Other responsibilities are as to ensure a functional database, including required maintenance measures supported by Faurecia’s Group Information System (GIS) teams. Promotion of lean approaches to reduce the number of documents at Global level by conducting periodic reviews. As well as to provide help and direction to ensure local Division and Plant documentation, respecting Faurecia’s Internal Documentation Standards.

What is your professional background?
I am a Sustainable Industrial Engineer graduated from Grenoble INP - Génie Industriel. I did my internship as Operational Quality Intern in Faurecia Service Group for a period of 6 months. Before joining my master I had a year of experience in Proto Electronics Engineering Services in India. I was working as an Electrical Engineer where I was responsible for the development of Electrical and Electronics projects. I also acquired knowledge about Project Management, 5S implementation and learnt various software such as Arduino, Proteus, Visual Basics, Internet Of Things (IOT).

What was your background before entering the Sustainable Industrial Engineering Master?
I did my Bachelors in Electrical Engineering from MET’s Institute of Engineering (affiliated under Savitribai Phule Pune University). I graduated with First Class with Distinction.

Why did you choose specifically the Sustainable Industrial Engineering Master and how did you hear about it?
After working as an Electrical Engineer I realized the importance of Industrialization (Lean manufacturing, Supply Chain, Quality) in engineering. So I decided to purse Sustainable Industrial Engineering to boost my career.
I heard this course from one of my friend who was pursuing his Masters in Grenoble University.

In your opinion, what are the main strengths of the Sustainable Industrial Engineering Master program?
Multicultural environment is the major strength of the program. Various students from different countries are admitted for this course. This Master Degree consist of attractive courses likes Quality and Process Development, Supply Chain, Lean Manufacturing, Sustainability in Industrial Engineering. Thus, this program allows to pursue a specialized area of interest, knowledge and international experience. As a result, you can be confident to secure a job with you’re competencies and know-how.

What was the most challenging course or project you had at Génie industriel?
The most challenging subject was Advance Manufacturing. It was difficult for me to understand the manufacturing basics as I was from Electrical Engineering and it was mainly based on Mechanical aspect. At the end, I learnt the software skills like Esprit, Solid Works and other Manufacturing concepts.

How did this Master prepare you for your career?
Courses like Quality and Process Development, Lean Manufacturing, Supply Chain gave a clear insight about the industries and their problems. All the projects helped me to gain practical knowledge and it helped me to build a strong base for my professional career.
I would like to thank all my Professors who always supported and motivated me through out my Masters.

What do you think about the way of life in Grenoble and its area?
Grenoble is one of the wonderful city in France. It’s really beautiful, located in the Alpes region, south east of France. It’s a best place for winter sports and also for its museums, universities and research centers. It is really suitable for students as it is less expensive compared to other cities. To sum up Grenoble, a city where one can enjoy best Student life.

What advice would you give to a student from your country who would like to come and study here?
Grenoble University is the place where you can get a complete package of knowledge, practical experience, advanced technologies, Professional guidance and International exposure. Grenoble is the best place for Students with minimum expenses.
The only advice I would like to give is ‘Learn French’ as it will be helpful for him/her in living in France as well as for getting job.

Pranoti Haribhau Zalte was graduated in 2020.
 
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Date of update May 16, 2021

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