Engineering Management

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Name: XYZ
Program Applied For: MS in Engineering Management

Ever since I was taught how to operate a computer in my school, I have been fascinated by the way this small box was able to perform numerous functions in such less time. I still remember the day when my brother taught me how to browse the internet and find the necessary information. I was spellbound at the fact that so much information was only a click away. From then on my curiosity to learn about this device and its functions kept growing. Egged on by my parents and teachers and my innate predilection for science and technology, a degree in Information Technology was the logical career choice. My under graduate program was a judicious mix of theory and practice. Core subjects like Computer Organization, Data Base Management Systems, Microprocessor & Interfacing, OOPS Through JAVA, Web Technologies and Multimedia & Application Development were the courses that fascinated me and I made efforts to acquire extended knowledge on them outside the realms of my syllabus. These not only enhanced my learning but also reflected in my excellent academic grades. I was an active member of my college’s event management team and was appreciated by many for the management skills that I possessed. That’s when I realized my potential in management and started looking for options to improve these skills. I then learned about Masters in Engineering Management which could bridge the gap between engineering and management. My engineering curriculum required me to do a project/intern. I along with my team mates chose to do a project which would prove to be fruitful for us as well as our college. We decided to design a project which would enable the lecturers to record the session that they are currently taking in a particular class and then save it in the college library. The main objective of my project was to provide back up classes to students who missed out on a particular session...
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