My time at Author Siddhesh Surve

My time at Author Siddhesh Surve

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Starting part-time to evolving full-time with a long-prone learning experience in writing of diverse styles for several platforms and websites, my time at have certainly been a Mario, unlocking new adventures and levels.

My time at Author Siddhesh Surve

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My time at

Working at is challenging yet delightful, like a game where you explore several levels of writing, from writing articles to blogs to newsletters to press releases, etc. As you unlock levels, you gain experience and a level-up in your career.

I have worked for IndiaTech since the birth of this portal. My journey started with writing several articles in the beginning on tech in India, startup news, AI/ML updates, how to make money in India, etc.; it was a thriller as being new to this sector.

I worked directly under Heena Vinayak, and working with her was a thrilling experience. To be honest, she's "Good as Hell - Lizzo." She is an amazing writer with an entrepreneurial mind, an exemplary listener, and a great mentor who has helped me progress from a newcomer to the profession to an experienced author.

I was new to content writing and had minimal experience, but her guidance led me to write over 100+ articles, blogs, press releases, policies, newsletters, landing pages, etc. She corrected me when I made mistakes and commended me for my hard work (good money, haha).

Today, I am a confident writer with professional and reputable experience working for IndiaTech, parent firm TimesNext Media Group, and other subsidiaries with a strong online and offline presence, significantly enhancing my portfolio.

Since education in India is a burden-like sport with multiple research papers, periodic reminders, and exam postponement, my departure from this team has been both painful and delightful as I am moving forward with a wealth of expertise and a professional portfolio.

If you're reading this and are thinking about joining or getting ready to join our team, here are three pointers:

  1. Develop a friendly-professional approach to your head
  2. If you are experiencing a creative block, consult Heena
  3. Keep agility and competitive nature

Work Culture at IndiaTech

At, the work culture is swift, up-to-date, relevant, developing, and powerful all at the same time. If you work for IndiaTech, you will become accustomed to all these qualities.

I was new here too, but Heena's assistance helped me get used to everything, and it's not as challenging as it sounds once you get used to it.

  • Deadlines are strict
  • Flexible work culture
  • Ultimate mentorship
  • Writing haven

You will not only write plain articles; if you work with Heena, she will guide you through many writing styles. Follow the editorial policy, as Heena, and I worked extensively on that piece.

If I had to summarise the work culture at IndiaTech in a single quote, it would be:

If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more, and become more, you are a leader

~ John Quincy Adams

Thank You!

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Know what Apple offers its retail employees in India, attractive pay, free iPhone, & more
According to Tim Cook, Apple feted India as a potential market for iPhone sales as it posed a record-high quarterly year-over-year climb. He said India is at a “tipping point” and targets the middle class while attracting employment with attractive pay, free iPhones & more.
AI Wars! US, Russia, & China develop tech-enhanced military
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Today’s newsletter uncovers concerns over OpenAI’s trademark “GPT” and its ambitions despite a $540 million loss. Meanwhile, the White House addresses AI concerns, Zoho rivals Chrome, and Google adopts a new strategy and bids farewell to passwords.
Rising Global hunt for India’s AI talent, White House meets tech-giants, and TCSGPT enters AI
India’s IT firm TCS is working on its ChatGPT-like AI tool for corporate coding. Meanwhile, Baidu, Google, and Microsoft are recruiting Indian AI talent for twice the standard salary, and the White House summoned Google, Microsoft, etc., yesterday to address AI concerns.
Application open for Round2 of Google’s Startup Accelerator Program
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83% of Indians fell prey to AI Voice Scam, with 48% losing ₹50,000+
According to McAfee’s “The Artificial Imposter” research, 83% of Indians lost money, 48% lost more than ₹50,000, and 69% could not differentiate between human and AI-generated voices.
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Siddhesh Surve

An Enthusiastic Learner! With his roots in Navi Mumbai and a Journalism Background, he aims to connect with readers and share facts about his hobby, "tech in India," and its advancing inventions.