After carefully evaluating my abilities, desire to widen and reform my knowledge and aspiration to advance my career, I wish to pursue a Master’s degree in Computer Science at College. My goal is to work on the contemporary issues in the Information Technology industry and employ the knowledge to provide better solutions to the complex IT challenges. In the years to come, I envision myself as a lead architect designing systems which will get smarter and more customizable through interactions with data, devices and people. My whole life has been a multi-faceted learning curve which has prepared me to take the academic challenges of the graduate life. Being good in science, mathematics and having a natural inclination towards programming since early school days has shaped my future ambitions.
Be it finding solutions to complicated math problems, developing complex applications or delivering successful projects in a tight work schedule, I have realized that problem-solving and mastering challenges motivates me. The persistent question of “what is the next big?” in the field of computer science, leads to reinventing and pose new challenges. This urges me to take up advanced studies to understand the perpetually evolving discipline and be a part of the process of invention. My desire to gain in-depth subject knowledge, eagerness to work on complex industry problems and growing challenges that require innovative solutions drive me to pursue Master’s degree in Computer Science. My keen interest towards computer programming started in High school and I learned C, C++ programming languages on my own.
Through the many opportunities I have had here, I have found that I have a deep interest in research work and a strong aptitude for the type of problem-solving and problem discovery that research involves. My work in the current organization, which deals with Big Data analytics is both demanding and challenging and motivates me to pursue active research in Computer Science as a career. The kind of latest technologies I have been learning and currently working on made me strongly to realize my inclination towards the research and learning area and make me perceive towards the graduate studies . At this point, I aspire to pursue graduate studies with the focus on Artificial Intelligence in addition to Computer Networks, Distributed Systems, Operating Systems, and Programming Languages. I feel that courses such as Machine Learning and Foundation of Artificial Intelligence can help me immensely in my graduate studies.
It has been a combination of coursework and hands-on project work that has given me a good overview and a solid theoretical grounding in the field of Computer Science (CS). My undergraduate curriculum exposed me to a wide gamut of courses such as Information Security, Database Management Systems, Artificial Intelligence Computer Networks, Software Engineering, Web Programming and my concentration towards these subjects has buttressed me to enrich my knowledge base. Additionally, with my expertise in Data Structures and several programming languages such as C, C++, Java, assembly language helped me to implement various theoretical concepts with ease. My profound subject knowledge and ability to implement it during the practical lab sessions helped me to secure and maintain the highest GPA of 9.71 among all the engineering students of different departments in our
But I think the breadth of study within computer science is not necessarily a bad thing. It doesn’t need to be strictly defined. Within the computer science department at my university, there’s a huge variety of interests among the students and professors. The multitude of perspectives complement each other, and help the field grow. In the end, its the rate of growth of the field that makes all this definition business so tricky.
I have had a strong inclination and passion for the field of analytics and computing, right from high school years through university and into my working career. My passion towards computers started with my introduction to the computer programming language BASIC in grade 6th where I created simple routines to understand programming. In high school I took my interest forward and elected for computer science as one of my primary subjects. At the time Object Oriented and high level programming languages were at the peak of their prominence in the education sector. Those initial high school years of dabbling with OOP through C++, helped shape my career path.
I have always been fascinated by the mathematics which is the basis of computing and very important for development of critical thinking. Because of this I selected science stream in my higher secondary education and scored high grades in 12th board exam. I was able to secure admission in one of the reputed universities L.D. College of Engineering. As the fascination for computer science seized me during my early school
My respect for education and inclination towards applied science drove me to select for math, physics and chemistry in my higher secondary education. After completing my high school, I felt that Engineering would be the area, which would give me the opportunity to learn and explore how the fundamentals of science are applied to create technology for practical and real purposes. I found ‘Mechanical Engineering’, the only
Computer Science intrigues me because I am able to solve problems and use my imagination to produce unique software that helps others. My dream job is one that deals with computers and robotics. I believe that I can truly make a difference with innovative and well-engineered technology. It all started in middle school when my brother introduced me to a website called codecademy.com. Ever since, I have been fascinated with the lines of code that could solve problems, create games and websites, program robots, and the list goes on!
The mere interest in Computer Science became my passion during this 4 year course. I realized the real power of Computer science when I was introduced to gamut of courses, including data structure, design and analysis of algorithms, object oriented techniques, theory of automata, Database Management Systems