I Want To Study Computer Science

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Statement of Purpose
I have always been attracted more towards fields of study that involved a systematic, methodical and logical approach. This predisposition pulled me towards Physics and Mathematics and later on in life I was drawn towards Computer Science since it is simple logic, arithmetic and application. Computers are machines that I fancied since childhood and ever since I had a strong curiosity to learn the minutiae of its working. I always inquired as to how this technology evolved, developed and has reached its zenith today. In my school days, I visualized computers as sheer entertainer. As I grew older, I acquired multi-faceted information about computers, which showed me a sensible way to analyze the apparent use of computers
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The exhaustive lectures and extensive laboratory work have provided me a sturdy foundation, leaving me yearning for more. Hence I wish to pursue my Masters in Computer Science.
Academically, I have scored a first class in the third, fourth, fifth, sixth, and seventh semester. Additionally I have scored a distinction in the eighth semester. To further improve my knowledge within this field of programming, I have been certified in C Programming, C++ Programming, Java Programming and Advanced Java Web Programming. I have completed three mini projects during my second and third year of engineering course that involved web technologies, databases and Java programming.
My greatest achievement was my final year project ‘IT Students Association Students Portal’, a web portal wherein students received notifications about upcoming seminars, workshops and other placement activities. The project provided students with a way to communicate with the management and connected current students from St. Francis Institute of Technology to ex-students and provided help concerning projects, placements and other
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Working on technologies like .Net, MVC, C#, WCF web services and SQL Server 2008, I have been involved in the entire lifecycle of the project, ranging from the initial stages of gathering client requirements and development of the software module to the final stage of software delivery. And it gives me immense pleasure to see my code running in nine different countries. I have come to love what I do and am really passionate about programming. The joys of solving problems and coming up with unique solutions are the motivating factors which keep me going, even in the toughest of times.
As a computer science graduate, I wish to use these skills within the fields of application development, software engineering and programming languages. I understand that the ability to combine theoretical models with practical applications is crucial to successful research and I enjoy the process of exploring applications in different problem domains. Being one of the leading research universities in the field of algorithms, databases, operating systems, software engineering, I feel that University of Arizona provides me with the best platform to showcase my skills and fulfill my
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