My name is Rishabh Singh Teja. I am currently a Senior Research Fellow (SRF) at the Indian Institute of Astrophysics (IIA) situated at Bangalore , Karnataka, India. I have completed my three years of PhD here. I work on the observational and theoretical aspects of Core-Collapse Supernovae (CCSNe), which are the spectacular deaths of stars with initial masses greater than 8 Suns combined.
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I have always believed in working hard with honesty. I am always eager to learn new things, whether new tools, concepts, or even sports. I have always been a very keen listener and love to hear about different things from everyone. I believe in self-learning and followed it most of my life. I have experienced that, howsoever challenging things may seem, if we keep working hard, it eventually bears fruit and presents us with wonderful outcomes. I like to do everything with utmost dedication and passion.