Personal Statement Of Graduate Studies

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With a voluntary decision to have a firsthand industrial experience and zeal to test my knowledge and skills amassed during my graduate studies, I think it is the right time in my career to expand the horizon of my knowledge and skills, and invest all my potential to upgrade them with the post-graduation studies. The graduate studies and an industrial job after that has really opened me to a plethora of latitudes, and a good post-graduation will help me to streamline them and move ahead in my life. Knowledge is never ending, adding to it is the fact that the world is continuously changing round the clock with fresh theories, philosophy, dictums, etc. Thereby, I pen down this SOP with a resolution to be in pace with the dynamics of the world. …show more content…
Technology always used to perplex me during the childhood and made me ponder about how the things used to work. Thus opting for the mechanical engineering was a natural outcome. I was very determined during my four years of the mechanical engineering graduate program and worked with my full potential and sincerity. As a result I passed with a good score of 74.54% from the prestigious Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Technical University (formerly known as Uttar Pradesh Technical University). I was in the top 15 students in my batch comprising of around 100 students. Within these four years I realized the huge potential that the field of mechanical engineering holds and fathom them as per our comprehensive university curriculum as well as beyond it. Apart from the academics, I participated in various extracurricular activities like competitions, sport events in my school and college. I am also an active member of an NGO named “Help Us to Help the Child” (H.U.H.C.), which thrives on an aim of educating the under privileged children. This NGO was a joint initiative taken up during my college days and with a few …show more content…
Now it was time to move out the four walls of the classroom and give something back from the knowledge accrued. I got the opportunity to work in a reputed company named Keihin India Manufacturing Pvt. Ltd. (a Japanese multinational company). Doing this and not jumping directly into post-graduation studies was the best decision in my life. It is during this period of my professional employment, that I learnt that how the dynamics of a real industry differs from that taught via textbooks. Since my college days I was penchant towards the field of quality in the mechanical stream and thereby chose Total Quality Management as the elective subject in the last year of my bachelor’s degree and also as a result I chose the department of quality assurance in my company. As we all know that Japan is famous for its advancement in technology. They rose from nadir after the world war-II to zenith through their emphasis on quality. Japanese have contributed a lot to the field of quality; they have given us the concepts like JIT (Just In Time) manufacturing, Cause and Effect Diagram, Kaizen, etc. Learning from the Japanese management and working with them is a big boost that one can get in the field of quality assurance. I actively indulge in the various activities of the company and have even won the annual Kaizen competition in the very first attempt,

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