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Innovation is continual process and embedded systems represent a huge part of innovation in technology in the field of electronics. Embedded systems are found virtually everywhere. Perhaps my first linking to embedded systems was in eighth semester as a part of my curriculum, though I realised later that I was always surrounded by the embedded systems- cell phones, automated washing machines, etc. I was fascinated and amazed to see the embedded systems in all the real world applications. After working for 17 months as technical sales engineer with Arrow Electronics where I supported many embedded clients in different projects my zeal to advance in embedded systems increased. I want to pursue an MS degree in the field Electrical and Electronics Engineering with specialisation in embedded systems which will help to realise my goal to work as a design engineer and take embedded systems to a new height. This will in turn fulfil my ambition of bringing innovation in the development of ESDM (Electronic System Design and Manufacturing) in my country.

Honestly, when I decided to do my Bachelors in Electronics Engineering it was mainly because of my inclination in the subject of physics and mathematics during my intermediate study. Electronics industry in my country is poised to become very vibrant and happening and my goal of contributing to the same further bolstered my decision to enrol for Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics at K.J. Somaiya College of engineering. The curriculum covered all the elements that are involved in embedded systems. The course covered digital electronics, embedded systems and concept oriented techniques like DSP, microcontroller programing, CVAVR, networks and communication and also various robotic concepts.

In the final year of the program I worked on developing a detailed project Ant Simulated Robot. The robot simulated the behaviour…...

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