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Personally I am very curios person from my childhood. I go to deep to know everything in details and I asked so many questions to my teacher. The most I feel curios about religion, culture. Our India is a diverse country so here in my surrounding I saw many different cultures. And this things motivate me to know more about our culture, people, how human learn these things. In bachelors I took history to quench my thirst but there I can’t find my answers it gave me more curiosity then I found about this subject in my masters’. There I got my answer. I did some field on based on people culture, religion and my teacher also appreciated to my work. But I think it is not sufficient for me to go forward about research. In my country this subjects is very rare and dominating, I faced many problems to study on this subject, less teacher, lack of instrument and technology. It is the reasons I want to do masters again on this subject and gain more knowledge, experiences that help me for pursuing doctoral degree.

I found out by one of my friend that Korea is most advance country in education and technology. There education system is much better. Therefore my mind comes to search more and their culture attracts me. On the other hand, the area of anthropological field is diverse, basically for cultural study that country is best, and the master degree course structure is advance than my country.

I belong from middle class family, live in city. My school, college (undergraduate) was in same city. Only on my graduation I travel far from my city. I got a chance to study Visva-Bharati University, which is very prestigious and it is very hard to take admission there in one time. I feel myself blessed that I witness the tradition and inspiration of “Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore.” There people come to study from various country. My passion is to observe various cultures and illustrate those into art. I am an artist and have 7th year diploma on it. This field also related on my major course and I have future plan to do research on Asian art. It is another reason too to go Korea.

In my masters I did some field that gave some knowledge about field difficulties, sometimes I took risk for collecting core data. One time in field I would distracted from my group. I was going to observe tribal rituals in jungle with some tribal people and I returned late. Everyone was scared because they couldn’t contact with me, there had no mobile network. But every field I tried to reach in depth to collect data. I am very sigh person and it is my weakness in field to interact with other, often I throw my questioned directly to them, which made the situation difficult. My teachers and professors always praised my work and appreciated for my hard labor. I think it is my achievement that my work always be good and impressive. On undergraduate my professors told me to make portrait of three visitors who come from NAAC (National Assessment and Accreditation Council). They came to visit our college to give grade according to the performance of college. I did live portrait in 45 minutes that was very challenging to me. They were very much impressed of my work and therefore our college reaches C to B grade. It is a great achievement for me. On 2019 of University held on a departmental alumni association, our department had no logo before so my senior fellow, HOD gave me the responsibility of making anthropology departmental logo and I made that. Our departmental Logo made very unique, where I represent the actual thought of anthropology, and I get so positive response from outside country also.

However, going study to South Korea not only giving me the opportunity to study there comfortably but also it gives me chance to meet with new culture, I hope thorough GKS program I will be able to gain more knowledge and sharing their culture, education system to others.

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Your writing is full of grammatical errors. You need to take a crash course in English grammar. All the mistakes make it very difficult to understand.



Personally I am have been a very curios person from my childhood. (Are you a very weird person?) I go to deep want to know the details about everything in details and I used to ask asked so many questions of to my teacher. The subjects most I feel most curios about are religion and culture. Our India is a diverse country so here in my surrounding there are I saw many different cultures around me. And this their traditions and rituals things motivate me to know more about our culture, people, how human we learn these things. (I have no idea what you mean - are you talking about the human brain and how it works, or how we can study these cultures and learn from them.) In bachelors I took history to quench my thirst but there I can’t (Do not use contractions in formal writing) find my answers it (run-on sentence) gave me more curiosity then I found about this subject in my masters’. There I got my answer. I did some field on based on people culture, religion and my teacher also appreciated to my work. But I think it is not sufficient for me to go forward about research. In my country this subjects is very rare and dominating, (Rare and dominating are opposites. You conflict with yourself) (comma splice error) I faced many problems to study on this subject, less teacher, lack of instrument (Musical instruments?) and technology. It is the reasons I want to do masters again on this subject and gain more knowledge, experiences that help me for pursuing doctoral degree.