Pinom Ering from East Siang district in Arunachal Pradesh has brought joy to the state as she is all set to join IIT Bombay as an assistant professor.
Arunachal Pradesh deputy chief minister Chowna Mein said that Pinom Ering is probably the first from the state to be teaching in a prestigious institute like IIT in an engineering branch.
“She has set a milestone for all of us and proved to be an excellent inspiration for me as well as all those who are interested in further studies and sees a future in research,” Mein posted on Facebook.
Ering pursued her BTech in civil engineering from North Eastern Regional Institute of Science and Technology (NERIST) at Nirjuli in Arunachal. She did her master’s degree from prestigious IISc, Bangalore in geotechnical engineering, following which she took up the position of assistant professor at Tezpur University and worked there for a year before deciding to pursue her PhD in IISc Bangalore.
She recently completed her PhD and has been offered an assistant professor post in IIT Bombay, Mein said.
Congratulations to Dr. Pinom Ering from East Siang Dist, Arunachal who recently got selected as an Assistant Professor post in IIT Bombay. She is an inspiration for the young generations who would like to pursue their career in the field of education and research. My best wishes! pic.twitter.com/VpVBDaswOB
— Chowna Mein (@ChownaMeinBJP) June 3, 2021
“It is with much pride I would like to bring to everyone’s attention the significance of her achievement,” the deputy CM added.
Social media was full of congratulatory messages for the young scholar as netizens heaped praise on her achievement.
Pasighat East MLA Kaling Moyong also took to Facebook to congratulate Ering. “My heartiest congratulations to Dr Pinom Ering who got selected as an Assistant Professor (Geotechnical Engg.) in a prestigious institute, IIT Bombay. It surely is a proud moment for us. Today, she surely inspires each and every youth of our state. I wish her the very best for her future,” he posted.
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