Topics: Problem solving, Bachelor's degree, Confidence Pages: 2 (306 words) Published: August 15, 2013
N.venkatesh Yadav,
Associate Professor,
Department of Computer Science & Engineering.
Medha College Of Engineering


I am very much pleased to recommend Mr.Chakradhar as a prospective student for graduate program have known him for the past 3 and ½ years as an undergraduate student of Computer Science & Engineering at this college and I had many opportunities to observe him close quarters was his instructor for the courses Network Programming and Unix. I would like to elucidate few facts about him that impressed me the most.
Mr.Chakradhar is quite ambitious and career driven. He works hard to achieve his goals and is committed to his work. He is emotionally matured, confident and good-natured. He is very interactive in the class and endorses the discussions with cogency and natural ease. This combined by his pragmatic approach has always kept ahead of his peers. Blessed with eminent analytical abilities and an acute sense of reasoning he can analyze enigmatic problems exceptionally well and come out with good formulations. He is a student with self-reliance and good levels of self-confidence.

Mr.Chakradhar’s deep understanding of the subject, as well as his quest for knowledge constantly impressed me. He has repeatedly proved his conceptual ability and creative outlook in the classroom debates with his novel problem solving methods. To add to this feature, his latest seminar on the ‘Automation’ is appreciative. He has flair for keeping himself abreast with latest developments in technology.

Keeping in view all the above stated facts I would place him among the top 10% of his class students. With his self confidence and intellectual ability, he will excel graduate studies and I recommend him to be awarded an assistantship to enable him pursue his further studies.

I wish...
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