Agrima Jindal


Jul 2010 - Present

Bachelors Candidate

SRM University

Secured 9.08/10 CGPA.

Worked as a Student Member in International Conference on Recent Trends in Computing held on October, 2012.

Exemplary performance in Algorithms, Data Structure, Theory of Computation, Computer Networks, E-Commerce, Operating Systems and Microprocessor.

Feb 2013 - May 2013

Special Student


Scored a GPA of 4.1/5 in Spring 2013.

The classes I took were Engineering Innovation and Design, Computation Structure and Independent project under Professor. 

  • Designed a speech recognition system that tracks MIT shuttle and helps MIT students to find the fastest way from campus to their respective places in Engineering Innovation and Design.
  • Designed a data interpretation software from an eco monitor which is used to measure the levels of different amount of gases in air under the supervision of Dr. Rich Fletcher as an independent project. 
  • Designed a Beta Processor through gate level simulation and made it faster by implementing pipelining and other optimizations using JSIM and BSIM in Computation structure.
Mar 2010

High School and middle school

Lovely Public School

Secured 90.8% in 10th Grade and 89% in high school.

Scholar Award for my overall exemplary performance.

Work History

Work History
Nov 2012 - Dec 2012

Web Programmer


Internship in designing a web portal for Netsutra, an E-Commerce based company. Supervised by Sanjay Kumar.

Web Technologies used:

HTML, CSS, PHP, JavaScript 

Software used:

Dreamweaver, WampServer, MySQL


Programming Languages:

C, C++, Java,Web technologies,JSIM, BSIM, Visual Basic 6, Python.

Operating Systems:

Windows family, OSX , Ubuntu


DreamWeaver, Netbeans



Extra Curriculum Activities

  • During my stay in Fenway House, a co-ed multi culture student Independent Living Group affiliated to MIT, I learned about different international culture like food, living style, accent, behavior etc of my housemates who came from different parts of globe like Brazil, Poland, China, France, Germany, Armenia and Indonesia.
  • Volunteered in MIT hooding ceremony to help the disabled people and also guided parents who were not aware with English.
  • Also interested in swimming, badminton and travelling to other places to understand different culture.
  • Participated in various culture events in my society and was awarded for my dance and academic performance.
  • Awarded Cash Prize for my exemplary performance in 10th grade and high school board examination.
  • Participated in many Art and Craft , Skit play competitions. Also, in high school, on weekly basis conducted assembly in which I shared my views on upcoming technology or headlines.



Dr. Rich Fletcher

Dr. Rich Fletcher in the Edgerton Center is developing a variety of environmental monitoring tools that are smaller and more portable than traditional monitors for the purpose of conducting research.For measuring individual exposure, Dr. Fletcher has developed a wearable monitor (called “Eco-Mini”) that helps us measure air quality on an individual scale.This independent project describes the work done with the Dr. Rich Fletcher on developing Windows software to view and analyze data from the mobile environmental monitor device.