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Please comment briefly on the context of your interaction with the applicant.

If
applicable, describe the applicant's role in your organization.

I have known Prashant since 2013. Since I was the In-charge of the Artificial lift team at
IOGPT, Prashant has been reporting directly to me for the past 2.5 years.

How do the candidate's performance, potential, or personal qualities compare to those of


other well-qualified individuals in similar roles? Please provide specific examples.

When compared to other officers in similar roles with whom I have worked with in my 33 years
of career, I find Prashant to be exceptionally skilled and competent. He has ventured into many
challenging projects and has been successful in setting higher standards for the team. He has
worked on improvised pig lift, Beam gas compressor and presented a novel method for detecting
failures in rod pumped wells in IORS 2015 conference. These innovations may take time in
getting implemented but we can foresee a huge savings, if implemented. Prashant has
consistently proved himself to be an excellent team player and has contributed at every step to
help the team achieve its best. A live example for this is the way he has adapted himself to a very
experienced team of Artificial lift trainers and immensely contributed in overcoming several
challenges posed by soaring expectations of the management at various oil and gas fields of
ONGC.

He has the correct blend of peoples skills. He has dealt with several vendors in negotiating the
tender terms and has successfully executed the revamp of the Artificial Lift lab facilities. Apart
from his technical expertise, he has been instrumental in floating as well as managing several
high value tenders for IOGPT. I have also seen him deliver several impromptu project
presentations to the top management of the various assets of ONGC. In one of the projects an
interim presentation was to be given on a short notice at one of the assets. He managed to infer
the essence of the comprehensive analysis and recently presented it to the management. The
project came up to the expectation of the asset and he was appreciated for successfully dealing
with this complex project in a relatively short period of time .

2. Please describe the most important piece of constructive feedback you have given the
applicant. Please detail the circumstances and the applicant's response.

One important constructive feedback which I gave Prashant when he came under my supervision
was the need for documenting and filing his learning systematically while doing a project. He
was new to the field of consulting and also to the commercial aspect of the Oil and gas industry.
He had to learn the art of making contracts as well as making effective presentations after
collating data collected from various sources where no lapses could be afforded. There was no
time to first learn and then to implement. Hence, it was important to learn the nuances of the Oil
and Gas sector and the financial implication associated with it with each and every project.

I observed that Prashant took my feedback very seriously. He was very receptive and his work
thereafter proved the same. His continual learning has now made him an indispensable member
of our Artificial Lift team at IOGPT. Prashant also acts as an in-house consultant to ONGC for
several high stakes projects- ranging from enhancement of the Oil and Gas production to
development of new fields too His performance in successfully delivering challenging projects
along with excellent management of various audits and training has earned him A+ grading at
ONGC for the past 2 years consecutively which is really commendable. He has now learnt the
meticulous procedure for tendering apart from the ERP system at ONGC and has successfully
managed many high value tenders.