To study in this field, I had to overcome hurdles, a common entrance examination, which I had to take along with hundreds of thousands of students, all aspiring to get through. I passed with flying colors, being placed in the top 0.5% of all students who took the examination and got admitted to Mechanical Engineering in Jadavpur University, one of the most prestigious universities in India. Extensive and well-structured courses along with complimentary labs and experimental works have prepared me well for broad area that Mechanical Engineering encompasses. A distinguished faculty, facilities in the university, my fellow peers and my zeal for success have helped me achieve brilliant academic record throughout my undergraduate studies. The undergraduate study in Mechanical Engineering has given me a comprehensive exposure to a wide spectrum of courses, namely, Heat transfer, Fluid mechanics, Internal combustion engine, Thermodynamics etc.
During these semesters I was successful in understanding the aspects which really holds electronics as the heart of technology. Every aspect related to its creation kept me amazed and interested. These sheer interests have leaded me to concentrate more on these parts which paved a path for me to obtain good scores. I was able to obtain a total of 72.7% up to my Third year second semester. Subjects like Electronic Devices and Circuits, Signals and Systems, Integrated Circuit applications have deeply interested me which became a reason for me to attain 80% plus marks in these subjects.
I was at elementary school back then. Though I understood very little of the work, but it was enough to make me interested in Mechanical Engineering. Being a huge fan of Mathematics and Physics and the interest for engineering made me choose science majors in my high school and eventually engineering as a career. I took a tour of my university before my admission. The windmills
Here is my journey as a Mechanical Engineering Student in the Last few years; Having secured 91.25% in high school gave me the ideal opportunity to solve the enigma behind automobiles. I was enthusiastic about the college selection and was extremely glad when I was admitted to the department of “Mechanical Engineering” in “Jeppiaar Engineering College” Anna University. Filled with enthusiasm and ebullience, I pursued my degree course with utmost interest. Both theoretical knowledge and practical know-how of component handling allured me. I cherished the learning experience of dismantling of modern engines and the theoretical classes filled with extensive interactions provided by the college.
In this incessantly expanding world of technology, Mechanical Engineering is among the oldest professions. With the arrival of my first bicycle at the age of 10, the thought of joining the leagues of Mechanical Engineers’ crossed my mind. As I grew up, I started repairing the bicycle on my own using my father’s tools, which only motivated me to pursue what I had once anticipated. My interest in science dates back to my years in high school, where I excelled in math, physics, and chemistry. While growing up, my father instilled the habit of watching Discovery channel which not only increased my power of imagination but also helped me to develop it as one of my inherent strengths.
These good marks helped me gain admission into my dream course of Mechanical engineering. As I learn in a pragmatic way getting good grades in college was easy. As of now, I have 7.99 as my GPA. After completing three semesters and understanding the basics of my dream course, I thought my curiosity to
I dare to claim that thinking big, out of the box and being innovative has been the vital ingredient of my personality. I firmly believe that key to success is an amalgam of perseverance and creativity. Out of many facets, inquisitive behavior of science is the one which charms my heart the most. At the commencement of my ninth grade, as a part of my school trip, I visited a General Motors plant to understand the working of assembly lines in large scale factories. Hands down, it was the most beautiful and interesting thing I had ever seen in my entire life.
Statement of Purpose The field of Computer Science has been rapidly developing beyond our imagination. Computers are no longer just logical machines programmed to perform limited functions, they have divulged and expanded into different aspects of our lives. The ability of the computer to perform human tasks with ease and accuracy has always fascinated me throughout my childhood. The great advancements in the field of Computer Science during the past decade has revolutionized the entire field of science, which is why I developed a great interest towards the field of Computer Science. I chose biological sciences as my higher secondary school major because it is a fascinating subject.
Here is brief information about my academics. I have passed my 10th grade from Gujarat Secondary Education Board in March-2009 with 89.69% (marks in major subjects math-100, science-94, English-92). Then I completed my 12th grade with Science Stream from Gujarat Higher Secondary Education Board in March-2011 with 83% (math-87, physics-91).Engineering at this point of time, seemed as a natural extrapolation of my abilities and interests as my score in math and physics was excellent. The amazing task of moving the world is the monopoly of machines, so I made Mechanical engineering my choice. To pursue a degree in an institute like Sardar Vallabhbhai patel Institute of Technology (SVIT), vasad, India was privilege and to be in Mechanical department was much more.
Civil engineering is one of the oldest and finest engineering fields. Mother nature gave us this earth but civil engineers were the one who created and shaped it to what it is today.Civil engineering is my passion , from childhood I wanted to create things and so my passion and desire took me into civil engineering . Creating things was more than a passion to me. Even during my school days , I used to take part in science exhibitions and made things like green house made up of steel bars , a geared solar system , earthquake insulators for buildings and many more . It were my school teachers that inspired and motivated me to cultivate this interest of creating things by taking up civil engineering .