I have been fascinated by the chemistry of making variety of different things, such as food, beverage, cosmetics and especially in medicines. I remember the first time that I had a change to work in laboratory room in secondary high school. It was the day I was accepted to a be part of chemistry team, which have an extra training class and will join chemistry competition in my province and go further as HCM City or National Competition. The moment in lab room really made me happy and can apply everything theory to reality, I just make some simple experiment in tube and some chemical reaction happen, and the color of substance change remarkably when I put some new chemical in tube. Besides, I also can watch some machines and how they work in some area nowadays.
In order to further expand my knowledge in the science field, I decided to attend Queens High School for the Sciences (QHSS), a high school located in Jamaica, Queens that requires prospective students to take a rigorous entrance exam. QHSS places an emphasis on the sciences as a college-preparatory curriculum which can not only deepen my interest in science, but also provide me with a glimpse of college-level academics. I have taken Biology, Chemistry, and Physics, the core science courses. After my sophomore year of high school, I had fulfilled the required amount of credits for science. However, my enthusiasm and dedication to the subject encouraged me to take Advanced Placement Physics this year as a junior.
They had to work hard to put my brother and me through college but they imbibed the value of knowledge in us from a young age. I took up engineering as a career due to my innate interest but I was the first in my family to attend a univeristy with diversified community or to choose chemical engineering. So, transition into university was one the hardest things I had to do. I could overcome this and turn things around thanks to the support from faculty, friends and mentors I met later
Statement of Purpose Hailing from a family of engineers and entrepreneurs, I was naturally inclined towards Science and Mathematics from my early school days. My excellence in these subjects were clearly established when I participated and won various Science and Mathematics Olympiads. Without an iota of hesitation, I opted for the science stream during my high school. It was my father who first introduced me to the field of supply chain management. He retired as a Purchase Officer, after he retired voluntarily from the Indian Army.
I even got prize for presenting the best science experiment at class 9. I did well in my academics and I completed my school education with 89% for which I got Gold Medal as well. After my schooling, I had determined that I will study science and accordingly I chose Science Programs in my High School. During high
In my seventh grade science course, we were given basic information about anions and cations, we learned how to use models to create chemical formulas, and we conducted several experiments. The only one of these experiments that I can remember in detail is when we were stationed at bunsen burners, given chemicals, and were told to find out what colors the chemicals burnt. The experiments we did were often more to keep us entertained and we were never truly explained all of the science behind
On dismantling these devices, I was amazed by the several devices inside. When I was studying in my 10th grade, we were given a task to undertake a mini project, that’s when I made a simple fire alarm using a heat sensor and a couple of transistors and diodes. Later on, I figured out that hardware had several limitations that only programming could overcome. With almost every small task of this world performed through programmed devices and the fast-paced innovations inspired me to delve deeper and gain more knowledge through research. I did not want to compromise with my admiration but this ardent interest lets me pursue my passion of becoming an Engineer.
I have always dreamt of a job where I can carry out research independently or in collaboration with my fellow colleagues and also teach a class of students. I see myself as a researcher and a professor in chemical engineering after completing my PhD. Thus, to gain a rigorous research experience and a strong command of chemical engineering
I actively participated in sports, cultural and academic activities. Apart from the inter school activities, I actively participated in a regional level social science exhibition which helped in my all round development. Right from my childhood I had a tendency towards Mathematics, Science and English in general. This basic interest led me to take Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry as my major subjects in high school at Narayana Junior College. And my passion toward world of electrical and electronics led me to my decision to opt for Electrical and Electronics Engineering at CVR College of engineering, JNTU, one of the reputed universities in the our
During my undergraduate studies, I enjoyed myself in the realm of knowledge. “Genuis is 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration” – Thomas Edison. Devoted and hardworking, I achieved a cumulative GPA of Specification of 8.17/10 ranked me the first in my class of 100 students. Additionally, my overall GPA is among the top 3% out of 350 students of the Department (of Civil Engineering). In recognition of my consistent exellence, I was decorated with many honors and scholarships for consecutive years.