Abir, aged 21, has a multifaceted career with passions including chess, finance, piano, poetry, and social work. Before entering Kirorimal College to pursue a B.com degree, he had already won the Hawaii Chess Championship and was a runner-up in the prestigious Philadelphia Open.
In 2017, he was given the Arena Grandmaster title (AGM) by the President of the World Chess Federation. He won the Young Humanitarian Award for his notable initiative, The Rise Of The Girl Child. Through this initiative, he taught blind girls the game of chess. His love for playing the piano has driven him to finish six grades from the Trinity College of London, and he also has a Youtube Channel, Keys on Keys, where he records famous Bollywood covers.
He worked for EY for a brief period before he decided to embark on a new journey that will enhance his skills in the realm of finance.