MIT Institute of Design
Chesta Malkani
Asst. Prof. Chesta Malkani
User Experience Design
Chesta Malkani is working as Faculty Fellow in User Experience Design. Her areas of research and teaching are Mobile Application Design, Web Application Design, System Architecture and Database Design, Windows Application Design, Human computer Interaction, Software Engineering and Big Data Management. Chesta is conversant with different computer engineering subjects, which are essential for user experience design. She is an organized professional with teaching, guidance and counseling skills. She possess strong track record in improving teaching effectively. Ability to be a team player and resolve problems and conflicts professionally, she believes that UX designers can make a huge difference to the world in which we live — not only through
designing great user experiences, but by spreading the word about the immense value of good design.

Educational Qualifications

  • Masters of Computer Application from Amity University, Noida.
  • Bachelors of Science from Kumaun University, Nainital.


  • BSI Certification in Information Security Management Systems (January 2016 – May 2016).
  • Elementary Proficiency in German Language
  • Diploma in Advance Computer Software (January 2014 – December 2014)
  • NSS ‘B’ and ‘C’ Certification

Research Work

  • Paper Title: Statistical Analysis of Student Feedback System Using Cronbach’s Alpha and Utility Measurement Process.
    Presented in International Conference on Infocom Technologies and Unmanned Systems (ICTUS’ 2017)
  • Paper Title: Statistical Approach for combating Web Spamming using Fisher Technique.
    Presented in International conference on inventive research in computing applications (ICIRCA’2018)