In my childhood I wished to become someone who can predict the future. But as my maturity grew with my age I aspired to become a leader who can make use of logic as a precursor to make decisions for future of any organization, that the person would work with. I chose science in my twelfth because of my passion for mathematics and physics, but selecting the appropriate undergraduate course was a really challenging decision for me, I elected engineering because I was keen to understand the application of science, which had a lot to do with the application of mind. I felt that Information Technology would be an evident choice of my specialization in engineering to develop my analytical ability through the learning of computer programming because I believed that a blend of applied science, mathematics and analytical skills is the key ingredient for the management skills to make wise future projections. Though commenced with the basics of almost all relevant fields of engineering my undergraduate course gradually focused into the core of computer science such as Operating Systems, Database Management, Systems Object, oriented programming, Networking etc.