STATEMENT OF PURPOSE
Name: CHINNAM KANAKARAJU
Qualification: B-Tech (Electronics and Communication Engineering)
I always believed in the fact that we never finish with education as long as we breathe, or to put it in tangible terms, life is one endless school session, a continuous process. I opine that education and training are not only in the long term interest of oneself, but also the overall development of the society. Thus, the dictum of expanding ones know – how through continuous learning and discovery has always enthralled me and is the sole motivating factor which persuades me to thrive for higher education.
The decision to pursue graduate studies in Electrical Engineering is one of the most significant decisions of my career. My thought process for graduate studies was not made in a day nor a month or a year but was backed by my passion for Electrical Engineering all through my schooling and undergraduate study. Right from my childhood, I had a strong proclivity for understanding the working of electrical equipments such as my radio, television, telephone etc. I was fascinated by the small chips that can perform wonderful tasks; later on knowing a little about it I was marveled at its capacity to accommodate millions of electronic components in it. This continuous query leads to a thirst for VLSI and as a result I have concentrated much in this field but my thirst was not quenched even in my undergraduate studies. I have realized that only a graduate study will serve the purpose. An undergraduate course though comprehensive in its curriculum, provides limited scope for specialization.
To help you understand my current goals better, I would like to explain my educational experience up to this point of my academic life. I completed my 10th standard with 75.20%. 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 (10+2) course for which I procured 88.70%. My excellent performance here gave me the confidence to take electronics and communication engineering in my under graduation level.
My sincere efforts and hard work placed me among the top 9.18% of about 3, 11,355 students who appeared for the Engineering and Medical Common Entrance Test (EAMCET). I subsequently pursued my undergraduate studies at GEETHANJALI COLLEGE OFENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY (GCET) affiliated to Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad (JNTU-H).
The undergraduate program in Electronics and Communication engineering (E.C.E) at GCET not only helped me to build a solid foundation of Electronics and Communication engineering fundamentals but also made me conceptually sound in the vast field of both Computers and Electronics. During the course of my study, initial course provided answers to my basic questions and a brief insight of electronics. I was flabbergasted by the...