• The Nine Unknown Men

    Posted August 15, 2011 by aarsee dhindsa

    In this article I am going to write about the secret society of india ,which perhaps is considered as the oldest secret socity of the world  . They are the head of the Illuminati, and are the spiritual controllers of all secret societies such as the Skull and Bones, the Freemasons, Bilderbergs,...

  • Technology that was forgotten at home for more than a century

    Posted July 22, 2011 by Parveen Bazard

    Once Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam went for a visit to Wallops Flight Facility, Wallops, USA; base for NASA’s rocket programme. He saw one painting in the reception lobby. The painting caught his eye because of the soldiers launching the rockets. Those were not white but dark-skinned, with racial f...

  • Model of School education

    Posted July 6, 2011 by Parveen Bazard

    In last many blogs, I talked too much about higher education. So, today I decided to write something about school education. In recent time, the most encouraging news in Indian school education system was Right to Education (RTE), through which we are hoping that school education will be revolutioni...

  • Negative Enviroment about chemical engineering

    Posted June 30, 2011 by Abhishek Singh

    As we all know that chemical engineering is one of the few core branches in india or around the world.the biggest disadvantage of chemical engg. is the student of these branch.most of them after completing U.G dn't knw the basics of chemical engg..they utilized there 4 YEARS in getting good grade by...

  • What kind of university system should be promoted?

    Posted June 27, 2011 by Parveen Bazard

    Level of education in our universities is well known. Even many state universities have become epicentre of student violence. Political parties are encouraging this violence only for sake of their vote banks. Highest authority like University Grant Commission (UGC) which is supposed to maintain the ...

  • Ramanujan..Greatest Mathematician of the World.

    Posted June 21, 2011 by Parveen Bazard

    Last time, I wrote about three great Indian mathematicians of ancient times ( At the time, my friend Ashwin Ravisankar ( questioned that how I can complete a blog on Indian mathematicians wit...

  • Great Ancient Indian Mathematicians

    Posted June 8, 2011 by Parveen Bazard

    Few days back, I read a chapter “Visionary Teachers and Scientists” from the book “Ignited Minds” by A. P. J. Abdul Kalam and came to know about three greatest mathematicians India has ever produced in ancient time about whom I would like to share today.   Aryabhata: A...

  • Me and Chemical Engineering

    Posted May 28, 2011 by Parveen Bazard

    Since my school time, I was always fascinated by electronic items, so, I wanted to join electronics or computer science for UG. After my senior secondary school examination, I appeared for the Common Engineering Entrance Test, Haryana (At that time, state examination and AIEEE were different exams)....

  • Embarrassing but memorable moments

    Posted May 2, 2011 by Parveen Bazard

    Few days back, I was reading Vikas’s, one of my good friends at IISc, blog about interesting stuff he did during his UG and PG ( ). At the time I realized, my study is no less interesting. I also have few, in fact lots, of ...

  • electrons and protons mixed

    Posted April 23, 2011 by abhinav sharma

    what will happen if we mix all electrons , neutrons and protons together of the entire universe ? then the resultant will  give a dimension of our hand nail.