Namaste!! My name is Sumbul.
SOMETHING ABOUT ME?
I graduated with an undergraduate BA(Honours) Economics degree from Amity University, Noida in India. I also pursued a Post Graduate Diploma in Counselling Psychology from Amity University, Noida in India. Currently, I am pursuing my Master’s degree in Psychology from School of Health in Social Science, The University of Edinburgh.
I am a Published Poet. I wrote a poem titled “My Loneliness” for Poem Pajama- Community of Poets in association with Delhi Poetry Slam, the largest poetry organisation in India. The poem is published in the book “The Last Flower of Spring“.
I also run a YouTube channel “A Psyched Mind” where I make videos that are helpful for students attending universities. You should definitely check it out. And don’t forget to subscribe!!!
I am easily influenced by someone who keeps a rational, logical, and a scientific approach. There are many intellectuals who have influenced me with their interesting and amazing work. The one who has inspired me the most is Yuval Noah Harari.
The list is surely going to grow. So keep an eye on it.
WHAT I AM DOING NOW
Right now I am pursuing my Master’s degree from The University of Edinburgh. I am running my YouTube channel, exploring the city, meeting new people, and drinking coffee. I love reading books and currently I am reading The Precipice: Existential Risk and the Future of Humanity by Toby Ord.
Psychology India Magazine
Research Bow: Post Graduate Research Blog from School of Health in Social Science, The University of Edinburgh
Edinburgh University Psychology Magazine
Writing, Thinking, Running, Travelling, Making YouTube Videos, Watching Birds, and Reading Books.
- CREATIVE TOOLS: Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe Photoshop, Apple iMovie, and Canva
- STATISTICAL SOFTWARES: Statistical Package for Social Science (SPSS)
ENGLISH: Professional Proficiency
HINDI: Native Proficiency
Editor, Edinburgh University Psychology Magazine
Organiser, Edinburgh ReproducibiliTea
Organising Committee, Edinburgh Open Research Conference, first ever conference on Open Research Practices held at The University of Edinburgh