Rahul, 24, began his career as an apprentice at Expo 2020 in 2016, immediately after graduating from the Canadian University of Dubai. With his educational skills, professional commitment and personal enthusiasm for the project, he has now risen to become Assistant Director of Overlay - All temporary facilities necessary for visitors during the event.
Following a rigorous multidisciplinary recruitment process that resulted in him being selected as one of 27 new recruiters from 2700 international applicants for this position, Rahul joined a 200-strong team at a desert location in the outskirts of Dubai to start work on this stunning project.
"When we arrived at the site for the first time, we did not find anything there. The desert looked like it was touching the sky. It was difficult to imagine the next transition, but things started to form and a growing sense of pride was growing inside us. Is not repeated in life only once, especially for a resident like me grew up here in Dubai.
"We have projects worth billions of dollars on 438 acres and we are preparing the facilities for the convenience of 300,000 visitors a day at peak times. Although the Overlay facilities will be temporary, we are all working for this legendary project, the District 2020, Will transform the site into an important destination for business, leisure and life in the future. "
"Dubai has hosted some of the best industry experts in the development of large projects to work on the achievement of Expo 2020, and connecting with professionals who have contributed to international events is a valuable experience at this stage of my career.
"We had the opportunity at the Canadian University to work on real-world projects as well as my training experiences, which gave me the skills and confidence to apply for an Expo 2020. Working on a major project immediately after graduating from the university is a thrilling experience to see this project on the ground," concluded Rahul.