A candid description of yourself, stressing those personal qualities, assets, and es that you perceive will influence your graduate work. Characterize what you consider to be your most necessary professional and / or academic achievement to date. If one were to ask my friends to characterize me they’d characterize me as a very pleasant, diverse, active and intelligent woman. | think one of my most distinguishing characteristics is the variety of experiences | possess.

| am a science learner with a flair for the arts. lam a woman with technical aptitude and an interest in management. | also have a passion for traveling and understanding different cultures of the world. All these elements have given me a very wide outlook, with varying degrees of information in a range of topics. | strongly believe that although some aren’t related directly, all these qualities will influence my graduate work. My Engineering degree has given a powerful foundation to my analytical skills since civil designing involves a lot of long, complex and complex calculations and the application of basic math skills.

Over the past four years, | have been working part-time with my family firm, SnMTech Systems. | am also the co-founder and active member with FOE — Friends of the Environment. | have assisted in the installation of Enterprise-wide Resource Planning (ERP) System at Blotech, a major Engineering Company. More than what | have studied in school and college, it’s been these experiences that have shaped the person that | am today. | believe that this unique blend of experiences has made me a woman with an original point of view. This blend has given me a broader perspective to and a excellent understanding of life and a goal to aim for. Among other things, | have this variety of experience to proposal Utah University. My most substantial accomplishment has been the success of the software upgradation project that | managed at SnMTech Systems Pw. Ltd., New Delhi, | have been working as a portion time Associate Intern — Management Information Systems since one thousand nine hundred ninety-four.

During the first two years of my work at SnMTech, | had an opportunity to observe and work with the existing system being d. Some of the software packages being d were outdated versions. | have always been in touch with the latest software packages thanks to the powerful PC | have at residence and am quite d to working with a Graphical r Interface (GUI) environment. At the office, there was grand deal of chaos while preparing reports that involved of more than one software since compatibility between packages generally posed a problem.

The difficulty we faced putting different files together led to the final report appearing rather haphazard sometimes. | believe in providing and maintaining non-negotiable high standards and service. | recognized that shifting to a newer GUI based software wouldn’t only dramatically improve our documentation quality, but also expand productivity at the workplace. Presenting the pros and cons to the management of the upgradation was a very challenging task. | was asked to prepare a proposal regarding the upgradation of the firm’s software. Initially, | imagined this project would be rather ordinary but it turned out to be among the most challenging and rewarding experiences of my life. Through a firm-wide survey of operators and several one-on-one discussions of their own preferences and solutions, | found that while everybody wanted an upgradation, they had doubts since they’d have to memorise a whole set of new skills. In order to prepare a budget, | procured quotations various vendors and analyzed possible combinations. | realized the necessity of a training course for the operators beca most of them weren’t familiar with the GUI interface. | examined the various training classes that offered private in-ho training for the employees. After a detailed analysis, | presented my report to the management in the following meeting. They were pleased with my efforts and pleasantly surprised