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It is my sincere intention to pursue my graduate stu~ies at Your University. To enable you to judge my commitment and drive, I present this document, which reflects my academic motivation, niy eligibility for pursuing graduate studies and my future plans. My long term career objective is to pursue a research career in the field of Electrical Engineering, either 'as a teaching faculty member, or in an R & D department of the industry. Masters degree at your university would not only provide me subject matter expertise but also thorough research oriented study that would help me lay foundation for the fulfillment of my dream. Starting off with my academic's.

My schooling helped me develop better in the field of science, right from the initial stages, with different techno fests and science expos. Right from my school days, I have always shown a high degree of competence and interest in mathematics and physical sciences. It was with this motivation that I took up the mathematics and physical sciences stream in my pre-university course. My sincere efforts and hard work secured me a place in 'Kakatiya Institute of Technology & Science (KITS)', one of the top ten engineering colleges in Andhra Pradesh.

My undergraduate program not only helped me build a solid foundation of Electrical Engineering fundamentals, but also helped me develop an overall perspective of the vast field of Engineering. I have consistently performed well in all the core courses. I have always adopted a rigorous approach to learning and have tried to grasp the fundamentals of all the subjects.

My credentials include an aggregate of 76% at the undergraduate level and I stood among the top 5 in my class of 66 students. The comprehensive undergraduate curriculum introduced me to a wide array of subjects and provided me with a strong theoretical knowledge through courses like VLSI, EDC, Control Systems, Digital and Linear Integrated Circuits, Digital Signal Processing, Switching Theory and...