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Alma Mater
Electrical Engineering

Although I am currently pursuing a four-year degree course in Electrical and Electronics Engineering at BIT Mesra, I am also interested in the Web as a communications medium. The internet revolution has yet to take off in India; although with private ISPs been given the green signal to operate, the internet boom is not far off. In fact in the near future, I anticipate a dramatic increase in the requirement of engineers capable of providing complete web solutions as well as having sound knowledge of Java.

Alma Mater

Proud of our school and happy are we,
Proud to belong to dear SXC . . . .
This is how my school anthem ran, SXC standing for St Xavier’s Collegiate School, where I studied from 1983 to 1993. Established by the Jesuit community in 1860, St Xavier’s remains the premier school of Calcutta, distinguishing itself both academically as well as in the extra-curricular arena. Stalwarts like Rabindranath Tagore and Sir J C Bose, Shasi Tharoor and P Lal have passed through its portals. In fact a glance through the school roster reads like a veritable Who’s Who. One’s school probably plays the most important role (after the family) in moulding the personality of a child. With the motto of Nihil Ultra meaning Nothing Beyond, St Xavier’s has succeeded in this aspect remarkably by encouraging generations of students to go beyond the ultimate.

Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, Ranchi was established in 1955 as a pioneering institution for technical education and research in the industrial heart of the country. BIT is located in a picturesque 780-acre sprawling campus at the confluence of the rivers Jhumar and Suvarnarekha. Besides the college of engineering, there is a department of pharmaceutical sciences, a school of architecture and a management school.

Electrical Engineering

Electrical Engineering is concerned with applying the scientific principles governing electrical phenomena to generate, distribute and control electrical energy. Applications range from the design of microscopic computer circuits to the development of huge electric generating facilities.

Although often overlooked, it is the electrical engineer who is at