A Personal Statement Of Purpose Essay

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-Nishita Vegi
Ever since the fire, flight has been the most intriguing thing that evaded the grasp of man for decades at once. Soaring like a bald eagle on a bright summer’s day seemed to be the stuff dreams were made of, until a few decades back. Now, all of mankind dreams about living on stars. When you say flight, I think of birds. When you say birds, I think of their wings. When you say wings, I think of an aircraft. When you say aircraft, I think of the birds flying. Everything about me has a proclivity towards flight. Like the long journey of air moving across the span of the wings, my formative years, were mostly spent on trying to catch my dream.
I started off by joining a Bachelor's course on Aeronautical Engineering
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I realized that being the best in your home turf is one thing. Extending your prowess on alien turfs is a whole new ball game. My Bachelor's degree would not be enough for me to live the dream that I had envisioned. So, I started to look out for various ways to better myself. I spent months and months in a hypnotic trance and finally realized that aerodynamics excited me more. Hence I chose my major as aerodynamics. Makin a choice is easy, sticking to it is always tedious. But I realized that the aerodynamics department is one of the best and the strongest in XXXXXX and it will continue to keep me excited about it.[will add on more about the department of the college]
This passion to learn all about aircrafts has pulled me to do my Master's degree in Aerospace Engineering at XXXXX. Based on my research, I realized that XXXX is a wonderful platform for a true passionate aerospace engineer to grow with the constant support from the highly qualified professors and the other aerospace enthusiasts working and studying in xxx. And that is all I wish, to learn continuously, till the very last moment. My destiny in life is to be a part of the rapidly growing aviation and aerospace sector and be remembered as an engineer who gave her 110 percent to propel the sector
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I had a passion for organizing events which led me to start an Event Management Company called “Hypnotikz”. I was also selected and elected by the students to lead the managing committee of ALBEDO 2014, a national level technical symposium. This experience helped me develop strategic thinking along with interpersonal, presentation and negotiation skills. I have practical experience of both leading teams and working as a team member. My satisfying association with the education of mentally challenged children as a volunteer in Indian Railways women's welfare organization for the years 2011 and 2012 helped me to see the world with

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