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University : National Institute of Technology , Srinagar

CGPA : 9.603/10 (Civil Engineering); Departmental and Institutional Rank 1

GRE : 318 (V:154; Q:164)

TOEFL : 104 (Reading: 27, Listening: 25, Speaking: 23, Writing: 29)

Publications : 3 international journal publications (relevant links included in my profile page) and one symposium publication.

List of papers could also be seen here: http://scholar.googl...us...AAAJ&hl=en

10th : 91.8 % (State rank 4)

PU : 89 % , PCM ( 88.2 % )

-Internships include one at L&T ECC, top down construction site at Taj Hotel, New delhi; and certificate courses in C & AUTOCAD.

-Currently working with NTPC (National Thermal Power Corporation) Ltd., (Govt. of India) as Assistant Manager (Civil Construction Department) at Solapur Super Thermal Power Project (one project appearing in one of the publications has been carried out at NTPC itself).

-Participated in Dynamic Designs Earthquake Engineering Challenge, organized by University of Bristol & British Council (First runner up)

my recommenders would be a professor & assoc prof at NIT Srinagar and a Manager (civil) at NTPC Ltd.

MS/PhD or only MS (whatever i get) in Structural Engineering at a good university for fall session 2013

could anyone please help me out as to whether i am on the right track or need to do some recalculations?

i am thinking of applying to the following universities based on raking tables:

1. university of california, berkeley.

2. california institute of technology.

3. university of illinois at urbana.

4. stanford university.

5. texas austin.

6. cornell university.

7. suny buffalo.

8. MIT.

9. purdue.

10. imperial college of london.

11. university of michigan.

12. carnegie mellon university.

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