From my early childhood up until now, one of my most remarkable characteristics has been my curiosity to learn. I have always had a keen interest for learning about new ideas and this; combined with my inner desire to reach a degree of excellence in any work I undertake, enable me to acquire significant knowledge on various aspects of science and technology. During my early years in school, I was introduced to ‘BASIC’ language and on how computers can be used and programmed. From then on, I became fascinated with computers and their programming. The curiosity to know more about computers motivated me into getting certified in computer courses when I was only in the 9th grade.
This is also a chance for my thoughts of integrating Electrical Electronics with computers. During my Under Graduation I was familiarized with the concepts of Microprocessors, Integrated Circuits, Digital Electronics and Logic Design which are applied in the field of computer science. I developed an immediate liking to these courses and pursued them very seriously. The course on Microprocessors covered details on the architecture of 8085, 8086, 8259 and other related microprocessors. The course on Digital Electronics and Logic Design covered in-depth concepts about the design of digital systems which is an integral part of computer science technology.
The vast exposure to social-science exhibitions and Olympiads has helped me develop better in the field of science. I’ve successfully passed every academic milestone and have always ranked amongst the top three. I’ve secured 89.2% in my secondary school and 90% in my high school at Narayana Junior College.
Additionally, I taught him Computer Science last year and am his Computer Science teacher this year, as well. A precocious student and a nascent computer scientist, Anushrav’s hallmarks are perspicacity, perseverance and single-minded focus. Although computers are introduced to the students in junior school, yet the Eleventh grade marks a transition to a much higher difficulty level from what is taught up to the middle school. I am proud to say that Anushrav seamlessly implemented object oriented programming using C++, which was an important teaching object. He also mastered open source software and became proficient in handling databases.
Additionally, not only am I am a member of Drexel IEEE, where we manage the college hardware and software hackathons, but also actively participate in tech events like the recent PennApp’s hackathon. I also am involved in helping individuals code better through the Drexel teaching assistant position. These types of events, in addition to being extremely satisfying to my interests, expose me to minds similar to my own and also help me boost my professional
I believe in the above quote and started my career with an optimistic approach. It is with fondness that I remember my childhood days when I stood fascinated about playing games in computer, my family being drenched with computer science engineers. I always kept myself involved in the discussions of my family members regarding their experiences at work in their company. Egged on by my parents and teachers from my childhood and my innate predilection for science and technology, a Computer Science Engineering Degree was the logical career choice. I firmly looked for the greatest stuff which encourages me to lay the foundation during my undergraduate course period.
while my future thought is to showcase my own impressive and innovative product in those mega-events. Hence, my great passion and interest for technology lead to continuing Master’s studies in Computer Science in the same way I have done both previous high school and graduate studies in Computer
Having studied all fields of maths since the fifth grade I was gradually attracted by the honesty of this science that gives us wisdom to see how the world works. I attended classes in a maths center and spent every August in a maths camp, then I became a pupil in the strongest maths school in St Petersburg. It was rather challenging to keep on that schedule, however, I was keen on maths because of its duality : the most abstract and the most applied science I ever met. In university I chose Applied mathematics because I was drawn by opportunity to see results of my work and my knowledge put into practice. Undoubtedly, lots of courses, like mathematical analysis or mathematical physics, which were taught to us not only for learning that particular material but for opening our minds, gave us a chance to break usual bounds of understanding to see so much more in mathematics, to visualise its connections and structures,.
Ever since I was in school, I have had a strong inclination towards Mathematics and Science. This placed me at the top in Mathematics and Science in my high school with 100% marks. My success at the National Talent Search examinations boosted this interest. I was also introduced to Computer classes in school and was fascinated by Computers. When I was in high school, I came across an application