STATEMENT OF PURPOSE
Back in the days when personal computers were only beginning to be commonplace in India's middle class homes, I came across a newspaper article that claimed "computer engineers will one day be as necessary and in-demand as doctors". I remember thinking that the statement was too bold and overstated. However, later that year, I began realizing how true that article wasthe share price of Infosys, India's premier IT Company, had just become the costliest in the market. My cousin, who worked there as a software developer, was my first source of inspiration. As he began explaining to me the scope of applications computers could be used for, from banking to shopping, I became aware of the computer revolution that was already in the making and I most certainly wanted to be a part of it. Following my interest, I elected computers as my undergraduate branch and I am glad I did so because most of the courses were to my liking. Although the first two years of B.Tech had relatively few core subjects, the syllabus was helpful in developing a holistic view of the computer science field. My initial interests lay in the programming languages- C, C++ and Java and on realizing that I had a good aptitude in the same and even in Software Engineering, ventured beyond assigned tasks. As a peer teacher for Software engineering, I gained valuable experience from assisting my teacher while also perfecting my subject skills. My final year project consisted of developing SECURED DATA TRANSMISSION THROUGH NETWORK by using java in a team of 3. This is the project we have done based on real time organisational analysis. The objective of this project is, “hiding a secret message with in a image in such a way others cannot discern the presence or contents of the hidden message. We have used L.S.B technique for developing this project. My part in this project is designing the project using SE techniques like Software specifications, checking quality, flexibility. I began...
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