About Me

Hello There!

I am Sarvesh, I am an Inquisitive, energetic computer science specialist skilled in leadership, with a strong foundation in logic, math, and coding. At present, I am in my 4th year of Btech in Computer Science at NMIMS University.

I have a strong inclination towards learning something new, my specialty lies in burnishing my abilities, leading a group of people evident in the organization formed by me and my peer named Project Drive, Teaching and getting things done.

Ongoing Works:

  1. Review Paper titled "A Review of Common Approaches to Sentiment Analysis and Community Detection"
  2. Research Paper titled "Sentiment Based Community" (TITLE MAY CHANGE)
  3. Manga Reader Application
  4. A paper titled "Applying and comparing community detection algorithms on real world student graph"

My Story

  • Timeline

  • Director

    RevoltronX - 2020 - Current

    I became a director of a Technology Startup in India named as RevoltronX. I am currently responsible for its web development. Working in a growing startup will provide me with the opportunity to learn more and further my skills.

  • Co-founder & Head

    Project Drive - 2019 - Current

    Project Drive is my dream organization, which I along with my peer started for cultivating interest, skills, and inquisitiveness of its members.

    Project Drive as of now consists of an excellent team working on 5 different projects, and have completed 1 project so far. This organization currently consists of 27 active members.

  • Code Logic

    Podcast - 2018 - Current

    I like to teach hence I started doing the same in the form of Podcast, namely Code Logic. In Code Logic, I discuss various algorithms and also talk about different domains in computer science.

  • CSI event organizer(college level)

    CSI - 2018 - 2019

    During the tenure, I taught a batch of 60 first year students how to code in C++. Aside from that I was also a part of organizing fun coding events in our college as a part of CSI.

  • IAENG Membership

    IAENG - 2018

    I became a member of IAENG (International Association of Engineers).

  • Paper Publication

    IJCA - 2018

    I like to indulge in topic's which I like, Linked list intruigues me and so I thought about it a bit and ended up with publishing a research paper on indexing techniques for linked list.

  • www.introtoalgo.com

    Blog - 2017 - Current

    I love to teach and to code so during my 2nd year of Btech, I started a blog for the same purpose : namely Introduction to algorithms (www.introtoalgo.com)

  • Started My Coding Journey

    NMIMS University - 2016 - Current

    It all starts somewhere... my journey starts after 12th result in which I was the college topper in Computer Programming Subject, I thought lets give it a try...

Talk to me about


Its all about logic and its one thing I can confidently say I am good at.

Data Structures

They are my forte, I feel that Data Structures are building blocks in Computer Science.

Artificial Intelligence

Well, Its love after watching MIT AI lectures by Patrick Winston.

Community Detection

I randomly started to read about social network analysis, after that I got sapped into Community Detection algorithms.

Natural Language Processing

This have always been my sweet spot, I always wanted to work on it and my final year project is for the same. In it my group is trying to scrape Reddit posts, and based on what users post we are trying to detect the underlying communities.

If you need help

Well, I like to help... so whenever you need help, just send me a mail and I will try my best.

My Programming Language toolbox

    In programming, it is hard to quantify the proficiency of an individual as it is subjective. I have listed a few of the languages I know and have tried to categorize them into two tiers.

    1. Proficient
    2. Familiar

      The languages I am proficient in means I have done the majority of my work in those languages, other languages I have just used for fun, learning purposes or I did some minor work using them.









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