Siddharth Roy Chowdhury

Personal Information

Father’s name : Mr. Sukamal Roy Chowdhury

Mother’s name : Mrs. Bijoya Roy Chowdhury

Date of Birth : 08/10/1991

Nationality : Indian

Sex : Male

Marital Status : Unmarried

Languages Known : Hindi, English, Bengali, Japanese

International Passport No : Z-1323857

Passport Validity : 04/04/2016

Well, all that is quite the formal introductions, however, there is more to the story. I was born in Durgapur, West Bengal, settled in Kolkata for 3 years (east India), moved to Ludhiana (north India) for 3 years, finally moved to Tamil Nadu (south India) for 4 years. But it is as if all that moving was not enough. So my father got a job oppotunity in Thailand, and I spent my youth being schooled up till grade 12 in Thailand. I passed my IB (International Baccaulareate) degree in 12th and decided to come to India to study. From the information on the internet, my next college destination (Rashtreeya Vidyalaya College of Engineering) was ranked top in Karnataka division. I pursued Chemical Engineering while studying Japanese on Sundays. For my summer internship, I decided to go to Egypt (Aditya Birla Company) in the textile division and learn about factory environment as a whole. In the year 2013, I decided to learn more about my new grown interest on polymers and material science and hence applied for internship in Haldia Petrochemicals Limited, Kolkata, and learned a lot about the vast plant but mainly about polypropylene section. 

Perhaps a most important part of my life is where I won the "All India Speech Contest" held in Delhi and got a chance to visit Japan. My long last dream had finally come true thanks to MOSAI and the Japanese Government. Lots of pictures, new friends and experience were gained from that visit. 

So inspirational was my visit to Japan that  it was probably the trigger of why I chose Japan for my future studies. Of course, parts about watching Japanese dorama, and anime and reading manga also combined into that decision. However, I do know that the reason I am going to Japan is to further improve myself and make better future possible. 

Well, that is all for now. If anything new happens, I shall keep updating!