He was born and brought up in a small village from Salem district of Tamilnadu in India. He did his schooling in Government Boys Higher Secondary School, Mecheri, where he learned to be a self-motivated learner. He showed a profound interest in learning “Thirukkural” where he learned about earning a righteous life. In high school, he decided to become a teacher as he was inspired by the teaching style of his sixth standard “Tamil Language” teacher. After his high school, in 2007 he joined Sona College of Technology, Salem for Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) in Computer Science and Engineering. After completing his undergraduate degree in 2011, he prepared himself to pursue a minimum required degree to become a teacher.
In 2012, he joined in National Institute of Technology Karnataka for pursuing an M.Tech. degree in Computer Science and Engineering. During his M.Tech. degree, he got a chance to work as a volunteer for the international conference conducted by Prof. K. Chandrasekaran where he was introduced to “publishing research papers". Since then, he started working under Prof. K. Chandrasekaran for a few research papers. In a few years, he learned basic skills to conduct research and registered for Ph.D. degree under the same guide in 2015. During his Ph.D. degree, he showed a profound interest in assisting Prof. K. Chandrasekaran for teaching “Software Engineering” subject to undergraduate students. He has also mentored several B.Tech., and M.Tech., students for their course projects and major projects. Subsequently, he learned “Educational psychology” and “Pedagogy” to improve his teaching and mentoring skills. He was inspired by the teachings of “Socrates” and “Jiddu Krishnamurty”. He applies the knowledge gained from “Thirukkural, Educational psychology, Pedagogy, Socrates and Jiddu Krishnamurty” to create an interactive environment with the audience while delivering a lecture. Apart from family responsibilities, research, and teaching, he is interested in conversing with strangers to share his life experience.