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Dr. Ashoke Ghosh

Designation : HOD & Professor
Nature of Employment : Regular
Qualification : B.Tech.(Honors), MBA, MS., Ph.D
Date of Joining : 19-Mar-18
Phone : + 91 (44) 2275 9241 Extn: 241
Email ID : hodaero@crescent.education

Dr. Ghosh received his education in the USA and India: B.Tech in Aeronautical Engineering from IIT Kharagpur, MBA from IIM Calcutta, MS in Aerospace Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology, and Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Tennessee.

Dr. Ghosh worked with NASA and Rockwell International in the USA, General Electric (USA), Maersk Data (Denmark), Tech Mahindra (India) and Usha Comm (India). He has received awards from NASA and General Electric, and certified Six Sigma Green Belt by General Electric, USA.

He has led Japanese and Danish multinationals as CEO and President for 15 years. At NASA and Rockwell International, his contributions to rocket engine design and development programs earned him awards and citations.

As CEO & President, he has helped turn around companies, added new lines of business, transformed businesses to increase sales, held global responsibilities, and opened up new global markets.

His most recent stint was as Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering at a premium Science & Technology university in Africa. He was also helping the university research team build a small communications satellite; next in the pipeline was a small rocket. This was a maiden venture for this African nation into space technology.