One thing that I have learnt in life is that there is no shortcut to success and that hard + smart work and success are just two sides of the same coin. With these belief in mind, I have always put in my best efforts towards whatever I have tried to achieve. My name is Divyans Mahansaria, born on 16th October, 1987 in the city of Kolkata (West Bengal, India).

Software developer at Tata consultancy Services (TCS) since 2nd September, 2010 till present. Tata Consultancy Services Limited is an Indian multinational information technology service, consulting and business solutions company. It is a subsidiary of the Tata Group and operates in 46 countries.

I have worked on all the phases of Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) including Requirement gathering and analysis, Design, Implementation, Testing, Deployment and Maintenance. I have also designed the solution architecture for Web and Desktop based applications. I have worked on developing Internet of Things (IOT) based application - TCS Connected Universe Platform.

Major Technology/Language Model View Controller (MVC) 5, Entity Framework 6, WebAPI 2, JavaScript, HTML, CSS, ASP.NET, C#.NET, Xamarin.NET (iOS and Android apps), Microsoft Azure (Deployment, AD Authentication, Database, Storage, Automation etc.), VB.NET, Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) using Model-View-ViewModel (MVVM), Web Service, Windows Service, Visual Studio Tools for Office (VSTO), MSUnit Test
Java (Springboot, Maven), Redis Cache, Netty framework, Rabbit Message Queue(MQ), Google Protobuf
Database Microsoft SQL Server 2016, Oracle 11g, PostgreSQL
Software/Tools Visual Studio 2017, Visual Studio 2017 for MAC, Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio 2016, Team Foundation Server (TFS), GIT, SVN, Microsoft Azure Cloud, Eclipse
Methods Waterfall, Agile
Domain Experience/Clients Retail – Procter and Gamble (P&G) and Meijer,
Banking – Citi Bank,
Media & Information Services – Lifetouch Inc.,
Utilities – Electricity Supply Board (ESB), Ireland and Scottish Water, Scotland


I have completed my schooling from Birla High School, Kolkata and passed the Senior School Certificate Examination (Class XII) from CBSE board in 2006.

After my schooling, I pursued Bachelors of Technology (B.Tech) in Computer Science and Engineering from SRM University , Chennai, India in the year 2006-2010. I was awarded Gold Medal for the best outgoing student of the University.

During my B.Tech course, I got the opportunity to study in Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), USA under semester abroad program for one semester in the year 2009. It was an enriching experience studying in MIT. Apart from the regular subjects, I took up a project on Natural Language Processing (NLP) under the guidance of Dr. David L. Brock (Principal Research Scientist, MIT) and Prof. Edmund Schuster (Principal Researcher, MIT) for which I got full academic credits. I was lucky enough to get a very good recommendation letter (it can viewed at Recommendation) from Dr. David L. Brock.

Alongside my work career as a software engineer, I completed Master in Engineering (ME) in Software Engineering from Jadavpur University (JU), Kolkata, India in the year 2012-2015. My Master’s thesis was in Network Security area and I did it under the guidance of Dr. Samiran Chattopadhyay (Head, Department of Information Technology, JU).

Alongside my full-time job, I am a registered Ph.D student at Jadavpur University (JU), Kolkata, India. My research area is primarily in Authentication. My research guide is Dr. Uttam Kumar Roy (Assistant Professor, Department of Information Technology, JU).


1) Uttam K. Roy, Divyans Mahansaria, “Two-Factor Authentication Using Mobile OTP and Multi-dimensional Infinite Hash Chains”, Future of Information and Communications Conference (FICC) 2020, San Francisco, USA, March 5-6 2020. Published in "Advances in Information and Communication", vol 1129, pp. 682-700. Publisher - Springer. Read

2) Divyans Mahansaria, Uttam K. Roy, “Secure Authentication Using One Time Contextual QR Code”, published in the proceedings of Seventh International Symposium on Security in Computing and Communications (SSCC'19), Kerala, India, Dec. 18-21 2019. pp. 26-40. Publisher - Springer. Read

3) Divyans Mahansaria, Uttam K. Roy, “Secure Authentication for ATM transactions using NFC technology”, published in The IEEE (53rd) International Carnahan Conference on Security Technology, Chennai, India, Oct. 1-3 2019. Publisher - IEEE. Read

4) Divyans Mahansaria, G.S. Kartik, Gautam Singh, Himanshu Mishra, Kartikey Singh, Sandeep Sharma, B. Amutha, “An Automated and Full-Proof Attendance Marking Scheme (TATTEND) Using Three Integrated Technologies”, published in the proceedings of International Conference on Recent Trends in Networks and Communications (NECOM 2010), Chennai, India, July 23-25 2010. pp. 190–199. Publisher - Springer. ISSN: 1865-0929. Read

5) Divyans Mahansaria, Samarpan Shyam, Anup Samuel, Ravi Teja, “A Fast and Secure Software Solution [SS7.0] that counters Shoulder Surfing Attack”, published in the proceedings of The 13th IASTED International Conference on Software Engineering and Applications (SEA 2009), Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, November 2009. Publisher – ACTA Press. ISBN: 978-0-88986-812-0. Read

6) Divyans Mahansaria, R.S. Diwaagar, B. Amutha, “A Software Solution [SS5.0] that obviate the attacks due to Shoulder Surfing”, published in the International Journal of Intelligent Information Processing (IJIIP), Vol. 3, No. 2, 501-511, July-Dec., 2009, Publisher - Serials Publications. ISSN: 0973-3892.

7) Divyans Mahansaria, “Secure Password Entry Scheme in ATM Network which Is Resistant to Peeping Attacks”, published in the International Journal of Engineering and Technology (IJET), Vol. 1, No. 2, 142-145, June, 2009. Published by: International Association of Computer Science and Information Technology Press (IACSIT), ISSN: 1793-8236. Read

8) Divyans Mahansaria, R.S.Diwaagar, Karthik.S, “SS2.5 – An Improvised Software Solution to Control Shoulder Surfing”, published in the proceedings of IEEE International Advanced Computing Conference, Patiala, India, 977-981, March 2009. ISBN – 978-981-08-2465-5. Read

9) Divyans Mahansaria, “Effective Software to Teach English Better”, published in the proceedings of International conference on Information Processing 2008, Bangalore, India, 322-326, August 2008. ISBN – 9788190694247. Read

10) Divyans Mahansaria, Ashish Kalsi, “E-Learning”, published in the proceedings of International Conference on Trendz in Information Sciences and Computing, Chennai, India, 312-318(vol-1), December 2007.

11) Divyans Mahansaria, Amit Jadhav, “The Role of Distributed Computing to enhance Language Learning”, published in the proceedings of 4th National Conference on Redefining the Role of Language in Higher Education, Chennai, India, 205-212, March 2009. ISBN – 978-81-908397-0-9.


1) I was selected in JENESYS (Japan - East Asia Network of Exchange for Students and Youths) program to visit Japan for 10 days as a cultural ambassador. The program was held during June 2009 and it was fully sponsored by the Japanese government. Those 10 days were the most memorable days of my life. I had attended conferences and gave presentations based on various aspects of India, Japan and rest of the world. I got the unique opportunity to stay with a Japanese family in the city of Miyazaki for 3 days. The overall trip was an enriching experience.

2) I was one among top 3 Indian students to be awarded Graham Bell Award 2010 by Aegis School of Business & Telecommunication, India.


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