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I have had a strong interest in Aerospace Engineering ever since I was a child. This happened when I was in 7th standard. I read the Book “Wings of Fire: An Autobiography of APJ Abdul Kalam” written by Dr.Kalam and ArunTiwari. It was based on Dr achat viagra en belgique.Kalam’s early life, effort, hardship, fortitude, luck and chance that eventually led him to lead Indian space research and missile programs.
He is known as a Missile Man of India. This was the day when “A for Apple became A for Airplane” for me. This driving force developed into an interest in science and technology.
To nurture my interests, I worked hard to secure admission for an undergraduate program majoring in aerospace engineering at University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun which is rated as one of the best engineering colleges in North India.
In my undergraduate program, I learned broad aspects of aerospace engineering, which started with portions of maths and physics and then the application of the same in aerospace specific topics.
My undergraduate education has provided me with comprehensive background in aerospace technology that has kept me within reach of the latest developments.
The curriculum included all the basic courses like Aerodynamics, Flight Mechanics, Aircraft Structures, Space Dynamics, Propulsion Systems, and Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD).
During my graduation, I carried out my final year project on “Study and validation of Aerodynamic forces on Cruise Missile using Catia and CFD”. This project has given me a great exposure to the world of Designing. It required extensive research in terms of designing a model and setting up conditions during analysis on CFD software.
Even I did my internship from college; Zeus Numerix Pvt Ltd in Pune for 2 months, where I worked on CFD software and carried out different validation cases to apply them properly on project “Aerodynamic analysis of Fighter Aircraft”. Eventually I developed a huge interest in Aerodynamics.
I joined the Fiat India Pvt Ltd after my graduation as a Graduate Engineer Trainee. Fiat is one of the leading companies in the automotive industry. I came across automobile and engine parts of the Punto car of the fiat. It was the most practical training, I had ever undergone.
In fact, this is something I have always desired to learn in aerospace industry but unfortunately I didn’t get an opportunity to learn this in India. This activates me to go for higher studies and pursue my MS in USA. I believe that by studying in a technologically advanced country like yours, I will be able to further enhance my knowledge.
As a widespread knowledge of computers is imperative for any engineer to be successful, I have taken computer and aerospace courses in C,
C++, Core Java, .Net and I am well acquainted with aerospace software’s namely Autocad, Catia, Ansys and CFD.
I would like to conclude with the reasons to apply in your esteemed university for my MS in Aerospace Engineering. After having gone through the details of the research facilities available at your university, I feel that they are necessary to my fields of interest and it is certainly the right place to embark upon my academic career.
I am fully aware that career in research and academic requires a high level of intelligence, dedication and a lot of sacrifice. I am confident that I would meet all the above demands and hence I appeal to the Graduate Admissions Committee to consider me for admission and financial aid.