Science and especially more towards engineering has been my area of interest since my early years and I have always from that time loved to do experiments and observe chemicals in science. It is also one of the main reasons as to why I took up science during my high school. Since then I had participated debates, competitions related with science, shared and talked about my ideas clearly.
I had also joined my school’s science club where I learned the basics of doing research and how to prepare a science project like the baking soda volcano and making a boat sail in the water using rubber bands as an energy source. Throughout my childhood I have been exposed to a lot about or related to engineering, my grandfather was an Electrical Engineer and I used to spend a lot of time with him as a kid which got me interested in science in the first place, seeing my grandfather do all sorts of different things at home which seemed really interesting to me.Order now
My initial thoughts about engineering were that men in odd coloured clothes doing greasy, heavy labor work but as I grew up the thoughts changed for me completely and I got to know how amazing and interesting engineering actually is. As I started taking my science classes, I really started to enjoy the math, physics and chemistry and later I decided that I would take up engineering as a major because it seemed perfect for me.
When I moved to the 11th grade, I came to know how broad and vast engineering actually is so I started to get to know about every field and was trying to decide what path I should take as I take up engineering so I talked with my friends about it, I talked to my parents and my grandfather and some help from the internet as well. Engineering seemed like the perfect major for me as I was willing to do the hard work, I loved the research and engineering seemed like the perfect major for me to use my skills and creativity.
After doing some looking around and exploring I decided to take up mechanical engineering as my career path as I loved getting to know big machines, how they worked and broad the world for a mechanical engineer can be really got me interested but I also was really intrigued by the world of robotics and the advancements in it so with great backing from my father I decided to take up workshops and participate in competitions in robotics so that I can get to know more about them. That whole as an experience was great for me and it really helped me develop my knowledge in the field of engineering.
By the time I was in my 12th grade I had already made for myself a simple career plan that I would do a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering and then take up Mechatronics Engineering or Robotics and Automation for my Post-graduate studies. Engineering has been and still is making history and it has been the driving the evolution of the modern day and it is almost impossible to imagine a world without it now. Being a part of something that big and probably contributing to it is my dream.