SOP of a Chemical Engineer

SOP of a Chemical Engineer

We work with many students all over India to secure admissions in top universities abroad. To help our prospective students, we are publishing ‘Statement of Purpose (SOP)’ written by these students.

Real case of a Chemical Engineer applying to German University

The present case was of one of the Chemical Engineers in Pune. The student was brilliant in curriculum and had cultivated research background. However, his GRE score was not reflecting his abilities while he managed to score decent on his TOEFL. The engineer wished to apply to in German universities for further research. The following document is close to his attempt of the Statement of Purpose.

Statement of Purpose

I was in awe of Chemistry since my eighth grade and as I went to higher grades, my interest in Chemistry developed over the years. When I saw a chemical industry for first time during my school’s industrial visit, I was captivated. I completed Chemistry Laboratory practical in highest grade and then in my under-graduation I opted for Chemical Engineering at MIT AOE, one of the top colleges under University of Pune.

During my undergraduate studies, I was introduced to different courses like Process Modelling and Simulation, Heat Transfer, Mass Transfer, Fluid Dynamics, Mechanical Operation and Transport Phenomena. In order to complement my studies in these courses, I also completed certifications in Matlab and Simulink, AutoCAD, Principles & study of shell and tube heat exchanger and Chemical reactor design. I was the topper of my college which itself underlines my passion in Chemical Engineering. I was the winner of “PRAKALP-2014″ a national level paper presentation and the winner of “SCHEMCON-2015”, an annual National Level Engineering Exhibition for best poster.

In second year, I had an industrial visit for 1 week in ‘Rashtriya Chemicals and Fertilizers Limited (RCF)’ where I completed my training program on ‘Unit operation and Unit processes with plant visit’. Here, I learnt the different unit operations which are an integral part of chemical industries as well as the importance of instrumentation in process industry. While I was observing the manufacturing as well as research here, my curiosity in Chemical Engineering reached peak.

My first encounter with the research was in third year of engineering during a mini-project. I was a Team Leader of team of 3. We picked the challenging project on ‘Photo-bioreactor’, as it is an upcoming technology and we could study the topic closely. Our task was mainly cut out on the conversion of micro algae to biofuel; a clean technology which is really important in today’s world. During the project, we learnt the working of different instruments especially haemocytometer. Here, I was introduced to planning and execution skills required for the research as we had to study available literature and based on previous attempts we also had to design the basic proto-type. I could also appreciate importance of team-skills in research.

During Bachelor’s, I developed interest in Chemical Process Technology and Membrane Technology. I was fascinated by them as their applications present innumerous possibilities to make the Earth much better place to live. Keeping this close to heart, our team of three, led by myself decided to pursue the project on “Studies of effect of methanol crossover on Direct Methanol Fuel cell (DMFC)” in the field of membrane technology. DMFC can be used in wide range from mobile phones to car engine. It is an eco-friendly and renewable energy source. The main challenge during the project was to control methanol crossover and optimize the fuel cell. To overcome this hurdle, we prepared a composite membrane of PTFE Nafion which is a very unique membrane because it can stop methanol crossover and increase the DMFC efficiency. The main advantages of this technology are easy refueling and transportation. We were able to achieve the highest voltage of 1.2V which is among the highest voltage that has been recorded in the world by using DMFC; as a result, our project was highly recognized by University of Pune and we received a grant from BCUD for further research. The project was also selected for “AVISHKAR-2015” which is an inter-university research competition arranged in Pune.

After completing my graduation, I joined CSIR-National Chemical Laboratory (NCL), Pune. I have been working as a Project Trainee since . I am working on a project of “production Soda ash from Sodium Sulphate” which is about converting the low cost of Sodium Sulphate into soda ash; a raw material in glass manufacturing industries. Project was highly challenging as Sodium Sulphate is highly stable and hence to convert it to soda ash we developed an innovative technology using sodium dichromate solution as a solvent. Sodium sulphate and calcium carbonate were taken as raw material. The reaction was double-replacement reaction in which sulphate group of sodium sulphate was replaced by carbonate group. This project was highly successful as we were able to develop a low cost process. During my stint here, I have worked on X-ray Diffraction (XRD), Scanning electron microscope with EDX and High-pressure reactor.

Currently, in NCL Pune,  I am working on a technology on the treatment of wastewater in which the wastewater from industry was treated using Fenton and coagulation process in which ferrous sulphate and hydrogen peroxide were added as a Fenton reagent due to which the water contaminants were oxidised then we tried different coagulants such as poly-aluminum chloride, aluminum chloride hexahydrate, anionic polymer, kaolin, etc. due to which water contaminants were settled down which can be easily separated and from which we were able to reduce COD, BOD, TOC, pH to an permissible limit. Hence, this water can be reused in multiple effect evaporator, reboiler, cooling tower, etc.

Looking back, I am at initial phase of my career and have exposure to best Chemical Engineering institutes of my country. However, I would like to pursue higher education that shall help me align my provincial chemical engineering knowledge with global standards. Now on the threshold of completing 6 months in relevant research, I think I am ready to embrace Master’s in Chemical engineering for energy and environment in your university that will help me to gain expertise in handling modern toolset analyze various processes. Also, the program will help me devise new methods for energy storage, purification and treatment of drinking water. I realize that a Master’s in Chemical Engineering for energy and environment will enrich me by transforming me into an accomplished professional and providing me with tools necessary to get a winning edge over others.

To sum up, it is clear that I have unquenchable thirst and drive to continue my career in Chemical Engineering. My curricular as well as extra-curricular track suggests that I not only have desire but tools to join your course. I bring live case studies and technical expertise of working in Research Institute to the table. Hence, I can certainly say that, I am one of the best aspirants for this prestigious course.

After the course, I wish to work with an organization which is dedicated to transforming lives of billions through these revolutionary technologies, I hope to see myself in a position of a senior engineer 10 years down the line in one of the reputed Companies like BASF, Bayer or Dow chemicals.

Results:

The student was selected in one of the top 10 Technical Universities thanks to his elaboration of research work and his vision/ objective of future research aspirations.

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IELTS Writing Task 1 | General Training | Sample 10

You bought a TV a week ago but when you got home you discovered it did not work properly. You called customer service to report the problem but you have not yet received any help.

Write a letter to the company and in your letter

  • introduce yourself
  • explain the problem
  • and state what action you would like from the company

Write at least 150 words.

You do NOT need to write any addresses.

Begin your letter as follows:

Dear Sir or Madam,

Answer:

Dear sir or madam,

My name is Amit Shah and I am one of your frequent customers. I am writing this letter to report the faulty TV that I purchased from your company on Tuesday last week.

On Tuesday, 12 June, I visited your store following a recommendation from friends to buy a Samsung LED TV which has the code 40L657B40. On purchasing this TV, I was assured that this was the latest model and the best buy. However, after installation of the TV in home, I discovered that not only the remote control is unreliable but also the quality of the picture is quite blurry. I immediately called your customer Service Department which assured me of the replacement with a new TV within 2 days. I am disappointed to state that neither replacement nor repair has been undertaken by your people. Worst! the communication since then from our side is not even being properly responded.

I am exceedingly displeased with both the quality of the product I purchased from your company as well as the poor service I have received since. I hope this problem will be resolved promptly. I expect to receive a replacement TV or have my current TV repair but only if it could be fixed within a day.

I look forward to hearing back from you immediately. Thanking you for your attention.

Yours faithfully,

Amit Shah

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IELTS Writing Task 1 | General Training | Sample 9

Many professionals from India appear for IELTS – General Training each year in order to apply for permanent residency in Canada and Australia. One of the main challenges these professional face is IELTS writing section which consists of two tasks. Task 1 is Letter Writing and Task 2 is Essay Writing. We have already published few samples of writing task 1.

The task of letter writing expects you to write a letter in minimum 150 words. Reader judges your letter on factors such as Task Achievement, Coherence and Cohesion, Lexical Resources, and Grammatical Range and Accuracy. Here, we have decided to publish samples by our students which can guide students preparing for IELTS online.

You recently read an article in newspaper about someone you know personally. You found some information is wrong.

Write a letter to the editor to inform him about it. Use following points:

  • What is the article about?
  • What is the error?
  • What you expect an editor to do?

Dear Sir,

I am John Wright from London. I am writing to you regarding the recent article you published about Sir David Markham last week, April 2nd, in The Times newspaper.

The article recounts a brief biography of Sir David’s life and then continues to focus on his work and the impact it has had on modern politics. The biography starts with his birth in Edinburgh and his later move in 1962 to the Durham University. From there, it focuses on his work with the UNESCO.

I would like to bring an error in your article to your kind attention. Documentation shows that Sir David did not attend the University of the Durham, in 1961. In fact, he took a gap year in Europe working with a volunteer program and then joined the university in 1962. I know this as I worked with him in the same camp and became friends with him. His year abroad, which is absent from your article, forged a foundation of his philosophy of life and his work in later years.

I hope you will publish this rectification in the newspaper. Sir David’s work is still of immense importance and people should know the significance of that year’s gap in his life.

Looking forward to a positive reply.

Yours faithfully,

John Wright

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IELTS Writing Task 1 | General Training | Sample 8

Many professionals from India appear for IELTS – General Training each year in order to apply for permanent residency in Canada and Australia. One of the main challenges these professional face is IELTS writing section which consists of two tasks. Task 1 is Letter Writing and Task 2 is Essay Writing. We have already published few samples of writing task 1.

The task of letter writing expects you to write a letter in minimum 150 words. Reader judges your letter on factors such as Task Achievement, Coherence and Cohesion, Lexical Resources, and Grammatical Range and Accuracy. Here, we have decided to publish samples by our students which can guide students preparing for IELTS online.

You are experiencing financial problems and want to ask your landlord if you can pay your rent late. Write a letter to your landlord.

In your letter explain:

  • Why you are writing to him
  • Why you cannot pay the rent
  • When you will pay the rent.

Write at least 150 words

You do NOT need to write any addresses

Begin your letter as follows:

Dear……..,

Dear Mr. Sinha,

I am writing to you to request that you to allow me to pay my rent late this month.

I’ve been a tenant with you for many years now, and, as you know, I have always been punctual in paying rent. However, currently, I am having a few financial problems.

Last month, I was forced to search for a new assignment as the company I work for is closing down. Also, I spent all my savings on my younger brother’s tuition for engineering. To make matters worse, since the company is shutting down, I have not received a redundancy payment, therefore leaving me short of money this month.

I can assure you that I will be able to pay the rent on the 15th of next month. I have now found another job, and they have kindly agreed to give me an advance on my wages, but they are unable to arrange this until next week.

I hope this will be acceptable to you, but please contact me if it is a problem.

Kind regards,

Sumit Gupta

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IELTS Writing Task 1 | General Training | Sample 7

Many professionals from India appear for IELTS – General Training each year in order to apply for permanent residency in Canada and Australia. One of the main challenges these professional face is IELTS writing section which consists of two tasks. Task 1 is Letter Writing and Task 2 is Essay Writing. We have already published few samples of writing task 1.

The task of letter writing expects you to write a letter in minimum 150 words. Reader judges your letter on factors such as Task Achievement, Coherence and Cohesion, Lexical Resources, and Grammatical Range and Accuracy. Here, we have decided to publish samples by our students which can guide students preparing for IELTS online.

Last month you had an overseas holiday with some friends where you stayed at their house. They have just sent you some holiday photos.

Write a letter to your friends.

In your letter:

  • Thank them for the holiday and the photos
  • Explain why you didn’t write earlier
  • Invite them to come and stay with you

Hi John,

How are you? I hope this letter finds you well. It has been a while since we interacted. I was planning to write to you for long but could not manage.

Firstly, thank you so much not only for such a memorable holiday in Sydney but also for the lovely photos that you dispatched of the holiday. I was eagerly waiting for them to show to family friends here. I must say all the photos are quite wonderful as they brought all memories back to me so vividly.

Sorry, it has taken me so long to write back and say thank you, however, as soon as I landed back in India, I had a much-awaited job interview. Hence, I was busy with preparation for the same and the real interview. I have finally landed a job for myself in my dream company Zenta Motors as a Design Engineer. Unfortunately, I am shifting to Bangalore as the company’s headquarters are there. So, with all the shifting and new job, I could not write earlier.

Next month, I am planning to have a reunion with all our college friends who are now staying at my new place in Bangalore. You must come without any excuse and of course, you must stay with me as my new accommodation has plenty of room. I will pick you up at the airport.

Take care and write back soon.

Warm regards,

Sagar

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GRE | Analyse an issue 1

Many students from all over the world appear for GRE each year in order to apply for prestigious universities in USA, Germany and Canada. One of the main challenges these students face is Analytical Writing section which consists of two tasks. Task 1 is “Analyze an issue” and Task 2 is “Analyze an argument”.

Essay writing tasks expect you to write about 350 words, however, essays which receive top scores normally have more than 500 essays. Reader judges your essays based on factors such as sufficient ideas, the flow of ideas, appropriate usage of words, and grammatical accuracy. Here, we have decided to publish samples by our students which can guide students preparing for GRE online.

Some people believe that government funding of the arts is necessary to ensure that the arts can flourish and be available to all people. Others believe that government funding of the arts threatens the integrity of the arts.

Write a response in which you discuss which view more closely aligns with your own position and explain your reasoning for the position you take. In developing and supporting your position, you should address both views presented.

An artist is a creature who lives to express life through his work. He is perceived to be callous about source of earning while for him the expression itself is a reward. Who better can stand testimony to these lines than famous van Gough? (Example) The topic urges us to discuss the need for government funding in such case so that artist can sustain their daily life and continue manifestation of their inspiration without meeting the terrible fate of van Gough. Few people may argue the contrary, pointing various instances where artists’ tastes have turned into materialistic gluttony. However, I believe a Sanskrit proverb meaning “All arts need a support of the gold” stands true even today. (Position) There are innumerous examples of this in the archives of history right from Kalidasa, an Indian poet to Raja Ravi Verma, famous Indian painter who could spread their work and in fact, inspire many with help of the government support. (Example)

It is observed that government funding of the arts can ensure the spread of the arts. Government funds can not only help artists to buy necessary equipment but also support their families. (Point) Once this dependence on income source ends, artisans can focus to create the best possible piece of arts that can attract patrons and connoisseur of the arts in exhibitions. If such art in the exhibition is accepted and appreciated, probably, the government need not support the artists after a period of time, making artists self-reliant. Further, such success may attract the younger generation to pursue the arts as a career further. (Explanation) To illustrate further, let’s look at unknown artists of the Ajanta Caves which were built over two hundred years in India. In this era, state-sponsored art encouraged generations of painters and sculptors to take up arts as a career choice which manifested into beautiful cave arts. Such arts sprang across India later proving the point that government funding to artists is essential to ensure spread of the arts. (Example)

On the other hand, many would argue that government funds would corrupt artists and in fact would attract shams and pretends to tap into the freebies as there is no absolute benchmark to measure the arts. (Point) Such practices may corrupt otherwise innocent hearts. Further, fear of politics and corruption that may get involved, might keep needy artisans away from government subsidy. (Explanation) Let’s take the case of “Khadi Udyog”, meaning cotton industry in India. Cotton weavers in India and their work are world famous. In fact, Mahatma Gandhi endorsed their art and tried to boost the home-grown industry. However, with the ever-tightening grip of bureaucracy and few rich weavers on this government initiative crippled the industry, forcing the majority of weavers into poverty. (Example)

Agreed the above arguments are convincing, it is imperative to note that, “no pain, no gain”. (Counterpoint) In fact, the government can, firstly, safeguard funding to arts through appropriate channels which are managed by artists themselves ensuring a clean system. Secondly, part of the funds can be lent as soft loans which are repayable with flexible terms. (Explanation) Marathi Film Industry in India is a prime example. For many decades, right from 1970’s, Marathi Cinema was accused of wasting government funds and defaulting soft-loans. However, this continuous support fructified in the new millennia as the new generation started experimenting with Marathi films which are appreciated worldwide. In fact, in last ten years, many official entries for Best Foreign Films from India for Oscars have been Marathi films. (Counter-example)

Looking back, the support from the government encourages artisans to create the best work and further encouraging youngsters to take up careers in arts. Although there are chances of failures, one must adopt a cautious approach in the distribution of the alms. (Summary) Hence, I believe precautionary methods of financial backing to artists truly help adoption of arts. (Position)

Comments:

The author of this essay stakes out a clear and insightful position on the issue and follows the specific instructions by discussing the reasons of alignment with a side, using specific reasons and examples to support that position. Examples are persuasive and fully developed; reasoning is logically sound and well-supported. Ideas in the essay are connected logically, with effective transitions used both between paragraphs and within paragraphs. Sentence structure is varied and complex, and the essay clearly demonstrates facility with the “conventions of standard written, with only minor errors appearing.

IELTS Writing Task 1 | General Training | Sample 6

Many professionals from India appear for IELTS – General Training each year in order to apply for permanent residency in Canada and Australia. One of the main challenges these professional face is IELTS writing section which consists of two tasks. Task 1 is Letter Writing and Task 2 is Essay Writing. We have already published few samples of writing task 1.

The task of letter writing expects you to write a letter in minimum 150 words. Reader judges your letter on factors such as Task Achievement, Coherence and Cohesion, Lexical Resources, and Grammatical Range and Accuracy. Here, we have decided to publish samples by our students which can guide students preparing for IELTS online.

You are about to go on a vacation. A friend from another town shall come and stay in your apartment.

Write a letter to this friend. In your letter

  • Explain where your friend can get the key to the apartment
  • Give your friend some instructions about using your apartment
  • Recommend some place to go

Answer:

Dear Sanjay

I hope this letter finds you in pink of your health. Thanks for agreeing to stay in my house for a month while I am on a trek in the Alps.

When you will reach Pune next month, you will find the apartment key with my neighbour Mr. Mane who is a war veteran. The old age may have hampered his movement and do call him in advance.

Once you enter the apartment, reconnect the LPG burner as I will have it disengaged for safety. The milkman delivers milk early in the morning and the housemaid follows to cook the breakfast. I have updated both about your stay and I am sure they shall follow your specific instructions. You may use the washing machine and other electronic equipment as you please.

In case you are bored, you may visit Old Pune where you shall see the past glory of the Maratha Empire. Especially, the Kelkar Museum and the Shaniwarwada are a treat for the history lovers who, I know, you are. You may also choose to explore the nearby markets which have foods exclusive to Pune. Being a foodie, I am sure you will cherish those.

In case needed do give me a call. Thanks in advance for looking after my house.

Love,

Sonali

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IELTS ESSAY 20

Many professionals from India appear for IELTS – General Training each year in order to apply for permanent residency in Canada and Australia. One of the main challenges these professional face is IELTS writing section which consists of two tasks. Task 1 is Letter Writing and Task 2 is Essay Writing. We have already published few samples of writing task 2.

The task of essay writing expects you to write an essay in minimum 250 words. Reader judges your essay on factors such as Task Response, Coherence and Cohesion, Lexical Resources, and Grammatical Range and Accuracy. Here, we have decided to publish samples by our students which can guide students preparing for IELTS online.

In many countries, today insufficient respect is shown to older people.

What do you think may be the reasons for this?

What problems might this cause in society?

Answer:

In this fast-paced world, local traditions are first causalities of globalization. While people are busy celebrating the materialistic achievements, very few are concerned about the old generation, forget acknowledging their parent’s due contribution in the success. This is an attempt to account for the reasons of the trends and their repercussions in the future.

Let’s begin with causes of the trend. Due to change in priorities youngsters value their careers to the extent of sacrificing their family time. Lack of attention makes veterans feel unwanted. To reconcile the relations, they may ask off-springs few questions which are labelled by the youth as an intrusion in their lives, leading to disrespect. Moreover, rarely do we see senior members fit enough to care for themselves. Their physical, as well as monetary dependence, is abhorred, leading to further disregard. For example, many youngsters leave their countries, never to return to their parents and family lest they may depend on youth’s new-found treasure.

If this continues further, one can foresee a bleak future for the humanity. Firstly, lack of respect for the seniors of a house leads to dysfunctional families as youngsters opt for nuclear families at drop of a hat. Secondly, parents who are technologically and monetarily dependent on their children are considered as a liability and dispatched to old-age homes which have sprung up like mushrooms all over the country. The trends estrange the families jolting the foundations of family systems.

Looking back, it clear that changes in priorities and moral grounds of the current generation are main reasons for such an apathy towards elderly. If this continues to happen they institution of families itself will be challenged in the future.

Score:

This essay deserves a score of about 8.

Task Response:

The essay satisfies the task of explaining the causes and effects very well. It also ensures strong reasoning with corresponding examples.

Coherence and Cohesion:

The essay maintains the flow of ideas quite well by ensuring logical order. Effective usage of linking words helps to transmit well from one topic to another, though there is hiccup while giving examples.

Lexical Resource:

The range of words used is very precise without compromising the meaning of the sentences. There are exactly 278 words which help the writer maintain precision.

Grammatical Range and Accuracy:

There is enough range of structures which are used appropriately.

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IELTS ESSAY 19

Many professionals from India appear for IELTS – General Training each year in order to apply for permanent residency in Canada and Australia. One of the main challenges these professional face is IELTS writing section which consists of two tasks. Task 1 is Letter Writing and Task 2 is Essay Writing. We have already published few samples of writing task 2.

Task of essay writing expects you to write an essay in minimum 250 words. Reader judges your essay on factors such as Task Response, Coherence and Cohesion, Lexical Resources, and Grammatical Range and Accuracy. Here, we have decided to publish samples by our students which can guide students preparing for IELTS online.

Advances in technology and automation have reduced the need for manual labour. (opinion) Therefore, working hours should be reduced.

To what extent do you agree or disagree?

Automation is pervasive across all industries and has reduced human efforts. At the same time, it has given birth to many phenomena ranging from industrialization to globalization, keeping people discussing whether to decrease the number of working hours or not. It seems that the number of working hours must be kept similar.

Let’s consider manufacturing industry. Indeed, the automation has reduced the human labours drastically but also has reduced number of labourers instead of working hours. At the same time, the globalization and revolution in transportation have increased the consumer demands of goods many-folds. To manufacture for such soaring demands, the fired workers work in other industries which help bridge the gap between demand and supply, in turn, creating new jobs. These task forces put in 24 hours a day which in fact demands more number of working hours.

On the other hand, one can argue that in Information Technology (IT) sector, automated programs assist the personnel by reducing number of hours required to complete the tasks. Additionally, better hardware makes it easy to have sophisticated programs which can reduce the need to work extensively. However, increasing productivity standards demand constant improvement in such codes and hardware. Improving these both aspects requires additional working hours ultimately beating the goal why they were there in first place.

Looking back, in traditional industries like manufacturing as well as non-traditional industries like IT, increasing demands of customers, productivity standards, and subsequent improvisations make it difficult to even maintain same number of working hours forget reducing them. So, I believe the number of working hours should be constant.

Score:

This essay deserves a score of about 7.5.

Task Response:

The essay satisfies the task of explaining both sides of the essay very well. It also ensures strong reasoning with corresponding examples.

Coherence and Cohesion:

The essay maintains the flow of ideas quite well by ensuring logical order. Effective usage of linking words helps to transmit well from one topic to another, though there is hiccup while giving examples.

Lexical Resource:

The range of words used is very precise without compromising the meaning of the sentences. There are exactly 268 words which help the writer maintain precision.

Grammatical Range and Accuracy:

There is enough range of structures which are used appropriately.

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IELTS Writing Task 1 | General Training | Sample 5

Many professionals from India appear for IELTS – General Training each year to apply for permanent residency in Canada and Australia. One of the main challenges these professional face is IELTS writing section which consists of two tasks. Task 1 is Letter Writing and Task 2 is Essay Writing. We have already published few samples of writing task 1

The task of letter writing expects you to write a letter in minimum 150 words. Reader judges your letter on factors such as Task Achievement, Coherence and Cohesion, Lexical Resources, and Grammatical Range and Accuracy. Here, we have decided to publish samples by our students which can guide students preparing for IELTS online.

One of your friends has asked you to be a partner in his new business.

Write a letter to reply to your friend’s offer.  In your letter

  • Give your opinion about friend’s business ideas
  • Tell him whether you have decided to accept his offer
  • And explain your reasons for the decision

Dear Harshad,

It was nice catching up with you on Shrikant’s housewarming party the other night. Also, it was very generous of you to discuss your future entrepreneurial venture and to invite me to join in.

After understanding your model of business, I did my research and I happen to agree with a majority of the ideas. Specifically, I approve that, the void of IT applications in Human Resources is a huge opportunity in future.

Honestly, I was a pleasantly surprised when you offered me to come on board as a partner and more than happy to accept it.

Our friendship goes long back in time and I am sure with our coordination, we can hit the market well. Moreover, our backgrounds offer us skills that are mutually exhaustive and thus complement us to kickstart the operations as soon as possible.

Hope to catch up soon tomorrow to discuss further. Thanks a lot for kind gesture of joint business endeavour.

Warm regards,

Niraj

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