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I deem it as an opportunity and privilege to let me say something about myself by way of

introduction. I am ****, an undergraduate in Mechanical Engineering from ****, ****, ****,


India and presently working as an Associate Manager in Steel Melting Shop of Jindal Stainless
Limited, Hissar, Haryana, India. The sweeping changes in the Global Industrialization and
Design Engineering have made the role of mechanical engineer a really indispensable one. It has
been my deepest desire to be a part of this rapidly burgeoning community.
The thirst for knowledge increases with the acquisition of it Thomas
Carlyle. I have always believed in the above adage, and realized early in my life that
industriousness and hard work are the only investments that never fail. If I were to mention one
quality in me that sets me apart, it is my never-say-die spirit which has goaded me on and on.
My years in school, apart from providing a strong foundation in Math and
Basic Sciences, also enabled me to develop my overall personality. I have participated in various
annual training camps of NCC (National Cadet Corps) arranged by our school. I was also
appointed as monitor of the class. Being an avid student in school days, I actively participated in
science workshops. It gave me deep appreciation for science and my quest for more led me to
choose Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry as my majors at 10 + 2 level. I was placed in the top
0.2% of nearly 200,000 enthusiastic students in the entrance examination for Engineering.
Securing such a very good rank in the engineering Entrance Exam to get into Motial Nehru
National Institute of Technology (MNNIT), College of Engineering, one of the most prestigious
institutions in INDIA, was the first step towards my goal. Educational enrichment occurs in
environments that include a variety of ethnic and cultural backgrounds, the College that includes
students from various parts of the country i.e. a college like MNNIT meets such standards.
A fascination for science and keen interest in the ever growing world of
technology motivated me to take up Engineering and I chose to major in Mechanical
Engineering for my under graduation with an intense urge to delve deeper in to the challenging
field. The varied mechanical engineering courses have implanted a lot of enthusiasm in me.
Attending of various mechanical workshops held in our college during National level Technical
Festivals has helped me in understanding the practical aspects of mechanical courses. Of all the
courses, Computer aided designing (CAD) has provoked a special interest in me. I have learnt
CAD softwares like AutoCAD, ANSYS and CATIA. These Softwares paved way for the
improvement in learning process of CAD. I have been an avid participant at many co-curricular
activities. In CADWalk event of AVISHKAR2004-a national level technical festival held in our
college, I have achieved a third prize. During AVISHKAR2005, I was the coordinator for the
CADWalk. I even took classes for my juniors regarding AutoCAD software.
I also have the sufficient software knowledge in C language, in which I wrote various
mechanical designing programs (Of Gears).
The Projects I have undertaken in our college:

1) In summer vacations of third year, I have done a project of Analysis of NOVA-B concern
through statistical process control and modification of layout of champion load carrier body shop
to reduce operator fatigue using ansys and Catia in an renowned automobile company
Mahindra and Mahindra Limited, Andhra Pradesh, India.
2) During the final year of my engineering course, a project of Reduction of electricity
consumption by using waste heat from diesel generators for vapour absorption systems and
desiccant cooling system. Comparing these systems with present vapour compression system of
CAD Lab. Project involves selection of Heat exchanger, calculation of air state and rate,
selection of Vapour absorption cycle, selection of desiccant and desiccant cooling system and
economic comparison of these systems (Running costs) was done.
I was placed in Jindal Stainless Limited, the largest stainless steel Producer
of India, during our Final Year. Jindal has trained me in various aspects like technical
(Theoretical and practical), organizational behavior etc. Of all the training sessions the most
valuable one was the training on Six Sigma. Following the training sessions, I did a Six Sigma
project on Reduction of roll grinding time in Roll shop of Steckel Mill of Hot Rolling Division
at Jindal Stainless Limited. After the project work, I was placed in steel melting shop. The
analysis of various problems due to break downs caused by failure in gear systems, Couplings,
EOT cranes etc in steel melting shop has added a valuable practical knowledge to the theoretical
knowledge of undergraduate courses. My urge to expand my mental horizons in field of CAD
has got a strong foundation in this industrial work.
The nature of undergraduate study does not offer enough scope for individual
expression while rapidly advancing technology necessitates mastery of particular areas. I look at
M.S program as essential tools towards excelling in my field of interest and platform. In my
graduate program my goal is to expand my mental horizons, enhance my problem detection,
analysis and solution skills and gain a comprehensive knowledge in my field. I am extremely
interested in the field of CAD and have done extensive work in it. My project works and cocurricular activities are a testimony to it.
I have inferred from the information garnered that the graduate program in
the Computer Aided Engineering at your esteemed university has excellent facilities for
research and an eminent faculty. Moreover the research work in the department is an exact
match to my field of interests. Also my interaction with highly motivated and intellectual peers
will keep me focused and make my study a pleasurable experience. I would also benefit from
their cultural diversity and professional expertise.
Newton had said, Science is like a vast beach spread in front of me and my knowledge is just a
small pebble in that beach. To be a more significant part of this vast beach, I consider it
important to obtain my Masters from a University of repute such as yours. For, I believe, the
means is as important as the end.