Hello and Namaste! I am Nupur Gupta, a graduate student at the University of Windsor conducting research in gas dynamics and combustion.
Let me tell you a little story. Having recently graduated with a degree in Aerospace Engineering, I was heading off to graduate school in USA. After fully planned for a grad life ahead I had to delay my plans by a semester which turned out to be a year. Rather than seeing this as a downfall, I decided to look at it as an opportunity to try something new and start a blog! I am now pursuing a master’s in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering in Canada. (Yes, the US plan didn’t work out)
I am a graduate with a degree in Aerospace Engineering. I have done three research internships during my undergraduation and have worked on several published research projects. I am working on creating a computational model on the stochastic modeling of soot.
I wanted to share some of the experiences and challenges I faced during undergraduation. The blog is dedicated to helping students with everyday activities of college and making the most out of their time while not giving up on social life.
This small corner of the internet is dedicated to compiling college life in one place. Here I write about getting internships and some tried and tested tricks to get through undergraduate and graduate school. I give out free CV and cover letter templates to all my subscribers which have helped me get a few internships. You will also find articles on student help here.
When I am not doing research, I love to design websites, make accessories and DIYs, sketch, and read! I have an evergreen passion to learn something new every day and share my experiences with you. So hop on towards an adventure-filled journey as you surf through this site and help me create better and helpful content for you all! Other than these, there is a dedicated section for those of you looking to organize your lives with some free printables in the planner & organizing.
So hop on towards an adventure with me, as I take you through a journey which is sure to help you out. Do visit the about me page if you wanna know more about me (I recently graduated with a degree in Aerospace Engineering). Visit the Start here page to understand how to travel around this blog.
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Now, to end this blob of text, here are some of the photos I took during my travel to the lesser-known areas of Himachal Pradesh, India. The snake-like road in the first image is 10 minutes away from my home in Himachal Pradesh. You can see the entire Balh valley from this height. In the second image is a place where when it is about to rain the fog dwells from the length of the age-old trees and slowly creeps down to touch the land. The third image is a small house on the way to Pandoh and the last image is me sitting atop a mist-laden rock!