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\documentclass[12pt]{article} \usepackage{latexsym,a4wide} \begin{document} \parindent2.5em \begin{center} {\Huge \bf Statement of Purpose} \end{center} \ \\ {\Large {\bf My goals}}\\ I, Ashwin Shrinivas, am applying to the University of Washington, Seattle for admission to the Ph.D. program in Computer Science. My goal is to pursue a career in research, either in industry or in academia. Ten years from now, I envisage myself as a full-fledged research professional in an organization, or a faculty member at one of the leading universities. A Ph.D. is an important first step in achieving this objective. \ \\ {\Large {\bf My background}}\\ Though I was exposed to some aspects of Computer Science in my last two years of school, a comprehensive foundation in all the fields of Computer Science began after I entered IIT Bombay. The Computer Science department at IIT Bombay is indisputably among the best in the country. Its excellent courses, faculty and learning environment have given me a firm grounding in all the fields of Computer Science. My academic and co-curricular record has been consistently good. Throughout school as well as now, I have been at or near the top of my class. My class at IIT Bombay consists of 36 students, chosen from an All India exam involving 100,000 students. I myself was $9^{th}$ in that exam. I have listed some of my achievements on the attached resum\'{e}.
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This note was uploaded on 09/13/2009 for the course GEN Grad Schoo taught by Professor N during the Spring '09 term at Penn State.

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