Letter of Recommendation for Raj Rishi Chatterjee Essay

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Letter of Recommendation for Raj Rishi Chatterjee

I should like to write a few words in support of Mr. Raj Rishi Chatterjee's application
for graduate admission in your department. He is interested in pursuing his graduate work
in the broad area of Computer Science. I have known Raj Rishi for two years. For two
semesters, he was a student in my "Computer Systems and Organization" Class and laboratory
course. In all the two semesters, he was one of my top students. I found him hard working
and diligent to do the work assigned. More importantly, he is able to plan and organize
his work efficiently. During the oral examinations, I found that he was perceptive and
able to think logically. He also is enthusiastic and showed the initiative to understand
and solve problems. Like most Indian students he has studied Electronics Engineering for 4
years and his fundamentals are quite sound now. Though he was admitted to "Electronics and
Communication" discipline, he has pursued Computer Science and Engineering as an
additional area of expertise. While being good in Electronics related subjects, he has
shown immense interest and potential in the subjects of Computer Science. Out of his own
personal interest, he has gone through the topics of Data Structures, Algorithms, Object
Oriented Programming and Operating Systems, etc. He has also studied programming concepts
and is proficient in Visual C , Visual Basic, Oracle and Web Programming using Active X
and Java. As a result of this, he was to develop the following innovative shareware
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