Sunday, 10 June 2012

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IIT Kanpur retains the spot of India’s No 1 Engineering College

Posted: 10 Jun 2012 03:06 PM PDT

IIT Kanpur CampusIIT Kanpur, has retained its position as India’s No. 1 Engineering College in India, according to India Today AC Neilson Survey  of Colleges in India  2012. Last year also IIT Kanpur stood ahead of all IITs in ranking.

The List of Top 20 Engineering Colleges in 2012 as outlined by India Today Survey is given below.

While most IITs top the list, IIT Guwahati slipped down to NIT Trichy and NIT Surathkal. NIT Surathkal has for the first time made a spot in Top 10.

BIT Mesra has made a epic comeback from its position of 21 for last 2 years, to Rank 16 which is its best  after 2005, when it figured in top 10 Engineering colleges of India.

  1. IIT Kanpur
  2. IIT Delhi
  3. IIT Kharagpur
  4. IIT Madras
  5. BITS Pilani
  6. IIT Roorkee
  7. IT-BHU, Varanasi
  8. NIT Surathkal
  9. NIT Thiruchirapalli
  10. IIT Guwahati
  11. DTU (DCE, Delhi)
  12. VIT Vellore
  13. NIT Calicut
  14. PSGCT Coimbatore
  15. NIT Warangal
  16. BIT Mesra
  17. NSIT New Delhi
  18. IIIT Allahabad
  19. COE Pune
  20. IIIT Hyderabad

Based on the Data Compiled from India Today Website

India to setup E-Network in Central Asia

Posted: 10 Jun 2012 11:59 AM PDT

India is leveraging its IT Expertise in Central Asia  by setting up an E-Network  similar to that implemented in Africa. The E-Network would serve the purpose of Tele-education and Tele-Medicine.
The e-network project will be unveiled during Minister of State for External Affairs E. Ahamed’s visit to Bishkek, the capital of Kyrgyzstan, June 12-13, a senior official familiar with the region, told IANS. Ahamed will be accompanied by senior officials of the external affairs ministry, including Ajay Bisaria, joint secretary in charge of the Eurasia division.

In Africa, the e-network has been a success with 47 African countries signing onto it.

The Central Asian e-network will be a pioneering attempt by India to leverage its prowess in the IT to bridge the digital divide in developing countries and to bolster their capacity in critical areas of health and education by linking India’s top hospitals and educational institutions with hubs in the region.

The Krygyz capital will also see India unfurling its Central Asia policy, the first such attempt to articulate New Delhi’s vision for the region where China has made deep inroads.

Bishkek will host a Track 1.5 dialogue that will bring experts and academics along with officials from India and Central Asian countries to map out a coherent and effective India-Central Asia partnership. The dialogue has been organized by the Indian Council of World Affairs (ICWA).

Given the critical importance of the resource-rich Central Asian nations, India has been raising its profile by proactive initiatives on multiple fronts in the region which is already sold on the charms of Bollywood cinema. Culturally, India is strongly placed with its soft power attractions – many Tajiks and Uzbeks who trained in India speak fluent Hindi and love humming Hindi songs.

With its core strengths in capacity building, IT and human resource development, India is uniquely poised to transform the resource-rich strategically located region that suffers from a massive infrastructure deficit. During his visit, Ahamed will also inaugurate a potato processing plant, part of a slew of small development projects shepherded and assisted by India in the region.

The presence of Islamist militant networks and the geographical contiguity of Afghanistan with Central Asian nations have added to the region’s strategic significance for India. Defence cooperation with the region is also growing. India has the only overseas military base in Tajikistan, which is operated by the Indian Air Force in collaboration with the Tajikistan Air Force.

India’s proactive diplomacy in the region will also complement its efforts to join the six-nation Shanghai Cooperation Organisation, which brings together Russia and China along with Central Asian states, including Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan.

India made a strong pitch for joining the SCO at the June 6-7 summit in Beijing by outlining its strong multi-faceted relations with the region and myriad strengths it could bring to bear on the development of Central Asia.

Narendra Modi attacks Congress in wake of 2012 Lok Sabha Elections

Posted: 10 Jun 2012 10:32 AM PDT

Narendra ModiIn a bid to strengthen his PM Candidature for 2014  Elections, Gujarat CM Narendra Modi multiplied his attack on Congress led UPA Government. He echoed the disappointment  of Common People against the Government and declared that Congress will be wiped out in 2014 General Elections.

Addressing the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) state executive meeting at Mumbai, Modi said: “The country is disappointed and upset with the Congress led UPA government. Coalition compulsions are preventing Congress from acting against corruption.”

Being optimistic about his win in Gujarat assembly election in December, Modi said: “We have been winning elections since 2002 and Gujarat has turned electoral politics into developmental politics. People will vote us to power again this year.”

Gujarat in 1974 launched a campaign against corruption and toppled the (then) Congress government. There is no place for corruption in Gujarat,” he said.

Targeting the government over rise in price of essential commodities, Modi said: “Look where inflation has reached. Every time our prime minister (Manmohan Singh) assures the nation that the inflation will come down but it rises further.”

“If you cannot bring the prices down, at least bring it to that level where our Atal Behari Vajpayee (former prime minister) left it,” he said.

Modi also raised the issue of falling value of Indian rupee against dollar.

“Look at where rupee has reached. Why is it only India has been so adversely affected? Smaller countries are coping with it, why only India is struggling?” he asked.

An Islamic Trust which support Hindu students

Posted: 10 Jun 2012 10:21 AM PDT

Jamiat Ulama-i Hind Islamic trust  today handed over scholarships to nine Hindu school students in Mumbai.
“In the past three years, we have extended generous financial aid and scholarships to 25 non-Muslim students and the figure keeps on increasing depending on the number of applications we get,” head of the organisation’s legal cell Gulzar Azmi told IANS.

Trust president Arshad Madani said that the organisation has consciously kept away from making discriminations based on religion since its inception in 1919.

“In those days, we fought against the British rulers and those who advocated a separate state of Pakistan. Now, we are present anywhere in the country to provide emergency help to Muslims and non-Muslims,” Madani observed.

The Jamiat Ulama-i Hind distributed scholarships worth over Rs.1.75 million to nine Hindu and 301 Muslim students Sunday, Azmi said.

Targetted at students of Class VI to Class XII from different Mumbai schools, Maharashtra’s Minister for Minority Affairs & Textiles Naseem Khan gave away the scholarships to the needy students this afternoon.

Again depending on the requirements and performance of the students, the individual scholarship amounts ranged between Rs.1,000 to Rs.10,000 which covers the annual school tuition and term fees.

Besides, Azmi said that the NGO has in the past provided legal aid to the innocent Muslim youths, who had been arrested in various terror charges.

Azmi, declaring concern for humanity, pointed out how the Muslim NGO had provided relief to people injured in last week’s gas cylinder blast in north-east Mumbai, and a recent building crash in the Muslim-dominated powerloom town of Bhiwandi in Thane district.

He added that there are many non-Muslim trusts and NGOs which provide financial assistance to deserving Muslim students and his NGO decided, in its own modest ways to reciprocate the gesture.

Air India Pilots save over 48 lives in Guwahati

Posted: 10 Jun 2012 09:21 AM PDT

Air IndiaAir India Pilots may be striking , but when it comes to alertness, they are all Game. Today they saved lives of at least 48 passengers in Guwahati due to their exceptional skill and presence of mind.

The Plane took of from Silchar for Guwahati. While it was about to land in Guwahati, it was discovered that one of its front wheel was missing.

“During a pre-landing check, the ATC discovered that one of the two front wheels were missing. The pilots were immediately informed and an emergency was declared at Lokapriya Gopinath Bordoloi International (LGBI) Airport,” a source in the Airports Authority of India (AAI) here told IANS.

The ATR flight from Silchar was being commanded by Capt. Urmila Yadav and co-piloted by Capt. Yashu.

They kept the aircraft circling for more than two hours over the airport to burn off the fuel while preparations were being made for an emergency landing, the source said.

“In such a situation, the remaining fuel is always burnt off to lighten the aircraft and prevent a fatal accident while landing,” the source said.

Although panic gripped passengers after they came to know about the snag, the plane landed safely and the passengers and crew were evacuated and were safe, an AAI official said.

Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi congratulated the pilots over the phone for their courage in landing the and saving precious lives.

The aircraft lost its front wheel during take off, a statement issued from the Chief Minister’s Office here said.

In New Delhi, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) ordered an enquiry into the incident. A team has from the DGCA eastern headquarters at Kolkata has already left for Guwahati, a source said.

Amitabh Bachchan to eat Maggie on Television

Posted: 10 Jun 2012 04:52 AM PDT

Amitabh BachchanAmitabh Bachchan would be soon eating Maggie noodles on Television.  ”Did a shoot for ad campaign.. Maggie Noodles. Fun,” the 69-year-old tweeted.

However, he feels it is an uphill task to make ads that can leave an impact.

“One would imagine for a 1 minute film it would be a cake walk for those that make films that last 3 hours. No .. baby! Its a tougher job! In one minute one has to convey and convince the viewer what most of us need 3 hours to do!,” the actor wrote on his blog

“There is meticulous work and drawing boards done after great deliberation and approval from the clients, management of the production crew, technical departments in place, shot divisions done in advance and then the artist briefing and the takes begin,” he added.

Creativity is very important to make an ad effective and Big B says a lot of effort and research by specialised are needed to make every advertisement.

“Campaigns for products are a specialized venture. Huge number of professionals get behind research and development, design and execution, writing the catch lines that would attract and eventually finding the appropriate talent to deliver the goods,” the actor wrote on his blog

The actor has endorsed brands like BPL, ICICI, Parker Pens, Maruti Versa, Pepsi, Reid & Taylor, Nerolac Paints, and Dabur.

IIT Kharagpur passout arrested for sending threat Email to PM

Posted: 10 Jun 2012 03:01 AM PDT

Anurag Kashyap, an  IIT Passout Engineer from Hazaribagh in Jharkhand,  was arrested today for sending Threat Email to PM Manmohan Singh and Home Minister  P. Chidambaram.
“Anurag has been arrested for sending a threat mail, he send the mail by creating an account in name of his neighbour Manish Sharma,” a police official told IANS over phone.

The engineer wanted to get his neighbour Manish implicated in a false case, the official added.

According to police, the e-mail was sent to the mail id of Delhi police commissioner June 2. Sent in name of Baidaihi Sharma, a resident of Aryana colony of Hazaribagh, the mailer said he was the brother of dead CCL employee Ramesh Sharma.

The mail threatened the prime minister and home minister if Ramesh’s retirement benefits were not given to family members, police said.

On interrogating the Sharma family, the police discovered that none of the family members were working in CCL.

Police arrested the cyber cafe owner Adib Hasan June 7.

Anurag has worked for five years in US and Mumbai after completing is degree at IIT Kharagpur

Sanjeet Patri tops AIEEE 2012 with 346 Marks

Posted: 10 Jun 2012 01:18 AM PDT

AIEEE 2012All India Engineering Entrance Examination, AIEEE 2012 Results have been declared by CBSE today. Out of 1053807  candidates appeared for the Examination, nearly 4.1 Lakhs  qualified for Central Counselling this time. The Results can be viewed online at CBSE Website. CBSE would send the final report cards to all appeared candidates.

Lets meet toppers of this prestigious Examination of the Country rank wise

AIR 1 – Sanjeet Patri (Delhi)-346/360 marks

AIR 2 – Anant Gupta(Rajpura)-

AIR 6 –  Mansee Sood (Delhi )336/360

AIR 9 – Arpit Agrawal (Delhi)

The Cut off for AIEEE 2012  was

1.General -48 marks

2.OBC-45 marks

3.SC/ST -18 marks

4.Physically Handicapped -18 marks


The Qualified Students are eligible for Central Counselling organized by CCB, which is resident at NIT Rourkela this year.

Students would Fill up their Choices online on the CCB Website, after which Seat Allocation would be done on Rank basis. Student allotted Seats would have to report to the concerned Institution for Admission Formalities.

Saina Nehwal Clinches Thailand Open 2012 Title

Posted: 10 Jun 2012 12:30 AM PDT

saina nehwalIndian Badminton Maestro Saina Nehwal has won the Thailand Open 2012 Title. She defeated Thai Ratchanok Inthanon in the finals held on Sunday.

This Victory comes a day after Sania Mirza and Mahesh Bhupathi won the French Open Doubles Title.

Saina Nehwal is a  Khel Ratna award winner currently ranked 5 in the world by Badminton World Federation. Saina is supported by the Olympic Gold Quest. Saina is the first Indian woman to reach the singles quarterfinals at the Olympics and the first Indian to win the World Junior Badminton Championships.  Saina Nehwal made history on June 21, 2009, becoming the first Indian to win a Super Series tournament, by clinching the Indonesia Open with a victory over higher-ranked Chinese Wang Lin in Jakarta.

Watch the Highlights of Episode 6 of Satyamev Jayate on Disability

Posted: 10 Jun 2012 12:06 AM PDT

Satyameva Jayate Aamir KhanThe Episode 6 of Satyamev Jayate dealt  with Disabled People, something we had predicted much earlier.

In the show, Aamir Highlighted the hardships faced by the disabled who even today continue to struggle for their basic rights. People with disabilities are no different than regular people when it comes to the zeal and appreciation for life.

India has to decide whether it wants the crores of people with disabilities to stay at home, or to be a part of the mainstream and contribute to the economy.

Circumstances led Dr Rajendra Johar to be confined to the bed, and he was declared disabled. But he has turned the very notion of disability on its head, and from his bed has helped countless people with disability to gain education, employment and self-respect. Dr Johar is the founder of the NGO Family of Disabled

Pratibha Chaturvedi is Shreya’s mother — and her best friend. “She calls me ‘dost’,” giggles the cute little girl, who is affected by cerebral palsy but wants to lighten the burden on her mom’s life. “Sometimes she gets so tired and I press her feet,” says Shreya.

Shreya Chaturvedi is 11 and exudes an enviable zest for life. Another person with disability is Sai Prasad, who demonstrates similar enthusiasm, and he has taken flight, literally. Software engineer Krishnakant Mane writes poetry in his spare time, and climbs real mountains as well as the virtual ones created by a disabled-unfriendly world. “

Another person with disability is Sai Prasad, who demonstrates similar enthusiasm, and he has taken flight, literally. Software engineer Krishnakant Mane writes poetry in his spare time, and climbs real mountains as well as the virtual ones created by a disabled-unfriendly world. Sai Prasad found the country's infrastructural disability to be more challenging than his own. He saw a world of difference in the facilities for the disabled in the United States compared to what we have in India.


And the Song of the Show, Chanda, Awesome performance by Differently abled people. A must watch




1 comment:

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