Personal Statement: My Philosophy Of Mechanical Engineering
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Living in hope, with our beliefs and with little expectation of others is the way forward. My parents, simple and honest human beings, have high expectations of me wishing that I too, like them, grew up to be an honorable person. Martin Luther King’s life inspires the determined and I agree that to give up on life or stop is deplorable. Irrespective of the hurdles, to push ahead with all one’s might is the only way to succeed. Living this philosophy, my father, a genuine rags to riches story, altered my life, leading by example and encouraging me to follow the path of righteousness.
In school, I excelled in academics and sport. Thus, with a keen and intelligent disposition, I favor the rigorous but systematic discipline of science. A cricket…show more content… This theory is intriguing and I believe that with a finger in every pie around the world, Mechanical Engineering is an obligatory study for the visionaries. My quest for knowledge ended in Chennai where SRM University’s unparalleled curriculum provides a detailed introduction of the elaborateness of the subject, exposing us to a variety of fields such as Fluid Dynamics, Gas Dynamics and Space Propulsion, Materials Technology and Computer Aided Manufacturing. Laboratory assignments and presentations intensified schoolroom education, implementing conceptual learning and putting to practice founding principles, consequentially enhancing my understanding. Energetic and enterprising, I have always been in the driver’s seat for any exercise our group produced. In fact, in the first year, a faculty member recognized my academic competence and encouraged me to keep advancing towards…show more content… Another constant feature in the lives of engineering students is the technical festival. Every year I volunteer with Konvolve, our college fest, and have worked tirelessly in making it a grand success. Conscientious of my moral duties, I’m actively involved with Rotaract, a NPO, helping my community and in turn the nation. Through sport and interaction, I continue to work with my friends and colleagues, bringing maturity to my role as a teammate. Even at home, my gregariousness has made me a very likable person and often I’m considered the life of the party at family functions and formal