Ashutosh has served on the Advisory Council of a social entrepreneurship outfit in his college. In his two-year long association, he worked with the under-resourced communities in and around Delhi. Having played football from a young age, Ashutosh considers it to be the perfect case for life. He has harboured an athletic flair from an early age and believes football has shaped much of who he is today. He follows the hallowed steps of Cristiano Ronaldo and ardently follows all the great teams and leagues he plays in. To wind down, he falls back to drawing, reading, playing games, or working out. He is the sum of his experiences and strongly believes that his education, academic and otherwise, has helped him in harnessing a well-rounded skill set. For Ashutosh, the Young India Fellowship (YIF) is an opportunity to build an informed and rewarding value system and grow in a personal and professional capacity. He feels that the YIF is a step to explore new disciplines and stray (consciously) further from the rat race. He hopes that the Fellowship will help him figure out his place in the larger scheme of things.