Sanjana Ghosh
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Sophomore student of Information Technology at Missouri Southern State University, USA
Missouri Southern State University, USA
What are your interests and areas of expertise in international relations?
Culture, Education, Ethics, Gender, Human Rights, Innovation, Peace, Science, Technology, Youth
Tell everyone a little about yourself and what you hope to gain from the Global Ethics Network.
I’m Sanjana, a quiet and confident young woman, graduated from high school and just into university, in a country called India on the eastern side of the globe. I’m frail in stature but high on inspiration and motivation; I have a long way to go towards fulfilling dreams that I dared to dream.
I have visualized the short term objectives and long term goals for my life. In my immediate future, I wish to pursue quality education from an institution of repute, which will facilitate not only expertise in my chosen field of Information Technology, but also help me to broaden my vistas and gain valuable knowledge through a wide array of exposures. I aspire to learn to do useful work constructively, sensibly and ethically; and to utilize my knowledge and expertise to bring benefit to individuals and society.
Colleges are `aplenty’, students `aplentier’. It is my belief, that, like an exquisite diamond on a beautiful crown, one single student from a good institution can make a huge difference to the society; one young woman like me can gather the precious pearls of knowledge from the ocean of technology and make this world a better and healthier place to live, prosper and flourish for generations to come.
In the long run, I aspire to engage in positive, productive, meaningful and gainful work; to associate with learning and pursue the insatiable quest for knowledge as a perpetual process; to contribute towards shaping and enhancing the global community flourishing in health, peace and harmony for present and future generations; and to strive to promote human development, social upliftment, moral enrichment and environmental enhancement.

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"Where the mind is without fear ……."

Posted on December 25, 2014 at 1:57pm 0 Comments

Name - Sanjana Ghosh

Age - 19 years

School - Calcutta Instt of Engg & Management, West Bengal University of Technology, Calcutta, India.

Student - Undergraduate (Freshman)

“Where the mind is without fear and the head is held high, ……..….. Where knowledge is free and the world has not been broken up into fragments by narrow walls, …………… Where the clear stream of reason has not lost its way into the dreary desert sand of dead habit,…


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