Monday, 31 December 2012

C-Quiz And Programming Contest 2013, Audisankara College of Engineering and Technology, Gudur, Technical Fest

Hi Guyz this is to inform u regarding technical fest @Audisankara College

Fest dates: 5th January 2013

Last Dates for Registration: Spot registrations are available
We Are Very Glad To Invite You To Participate In C-Quiz & Programming Contest,
Organized By The Department Of Computer Science & Engineering On 5th January 2013.

For more Details visit this Website...

Saturday, 29 December 2012

Process to make IDM full Version

Hi Guyz this is the best process  To make Ur IDM as Full Version..

1. Download and Install the latest version IDM and open it.
2. Navigate to  "C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etcon your computer.
3. In the "etc" folder you will find a file with name "hosts"
4. Now right click on the Hosts file and choose "properties" and Navigate to "security" tab on the property window.

5. Now click on "Advanced" and Navigate to "owner" tab on the Advanced Security Option.
6. Click on "edit".
7. A new window will be opened. There you will find a table asking for "change Owner to". Now change there to your local user on which you logged on.(e.g. USER-PC or anything on your system. Not the Administrator user)
8. Below that you will find an check box "replace owner on sub containers and objects".
9. Just tick the check box.
10. Now apply all the modified setting. During apply the changes it will show an message "You dont have the permission to read the file or the contents of the directory. Do you want to change the permission of the file or folder to full control. All permission will be replaced if you press ok". Just Ignore the message and press OK.
11. Now again Right click of mouse on the "Hosts" file and choose "properties" then Navigate to "security" tab.
12. Now click On "Edit" on the  "Group or User Names" section.
13. A new window for permission will be opened.In the permission window choose the logged or local user and  in the "Permission For User"  tab  tick on "Full Control".
14. Now apply those changes. And click on "ok"
15. Now open the "Hosts" file with notepad and Copy the below bold letters and paste it in the hosts file.

16. Now save the hosts file. If you are experiencing difficulty in saving the hosts file then you must learn about take the ownership of the file. After taking the ownership it will be saved easily.

17. Now open Your Installed IDM application.  Click on "registration" on the menu bar and choose "Registration".

18. When you click on registration, Now a new window Will be open ask your First Name, Last Name, Email Address and Serial Key.
19. Enter your First name, Last Name, Email address in the required field. In the serial key field enter any of the following given below

20. And click on ok to register. that is it. Now your latest IDM become full version with the registration.

Friday, 28 December 2012

Wipro Off Campus For 2013 Batch Freshers On 16th Jan 2013 - Wipro WISTA-WASE Program For Graduates

Company Name: Wipro Technologies

Qualification: B.Sc, BCA
Experience: Freshers
Location: Punjab
Year Of Passing: 2013 Batch
Off Campus Date: 16th January 2013

Wipro Off Campus For 2013 Batch Freshers - Graduates - WISTA & WASE Program
- On 16th January 2013
Chandigarh Group of Colleges takes this opportunity to invite your prestigious institute to
a “WASE, WiSTA (with Maths) WiSTA (with or without Maths) program being conducted
by Wipro Technologies Ltd. for BCA &B.Sc students of 2013 passing out batch

Salary Details:
11,500 - 1st Academic Year
14,000 - 2nd Academic Year
19,000 - 3rd Academic Year
23,000 - 4th Academic Year
5 LPA - After completion

for details regarding Regestration Click this link:
Click this regestration's Link

Aavartan 2013, NIT Raipur, Technical Fest, Chattisgarh

Information regarding Aavartan 2013,technical fest +NIT Raipur 

Fest dates: 5th January - 3rd M arch 2013

Abstract Submission Starts From 5th Jan, 2013 
And Last Date For Abstract Submission Is: 25th Jan, 2013.

Timeline For Aavartan :
Step 1. Form A Team With M aximum M embers Up-To THREE
Step 2. Choose Any One Problem Statement From Your Department.
Step 3. Submit An Abstract Describing Your Solution For The Problem Latest By 25th
Step 4. Results Will Be Declared Within 5 Days After Abstract Submission Ie By 30th Jan'13.
Step 5. Selected Teams Then Have To Develop A Working M odel/Live Project Based On
Their Abstracts. Time Given Will Be Approx. ONE M onth.
Step 6. Finally An Exhibition Will Be Put Up In Our Campus Where The Winners Will Be
Aavartan 2013 Technical Events in Raipur :
An Exhibition Of The Solutions Of The Problem Statements Provided By The Selected Teams

For Regestration & more details visit this official link:

INCIDENT, NIT Karnataka, Surathkal,Cultural Fest, Karnataka

Guyz this is to inform u about 
INCIDENT dates: 
Fest dates: 13th-17th March 2013
Last Dates for Registration: February 28th

Details: Incident Is The Biggest Cultural Fest In Karnataka. It Was First Conducted In 1970 And Has Grown Exponentially In Stature Over The Years To Become One Of The Largest Cultural Festivals In South India. This Edition Of Incident Promises To Be Bigger Than Ever Before. Come, Be A Part Of It.The After Party.

INCIDENT Cultural Events: 
Bandish ( Eastern Musicals)
 Pulse ( Western Musicals )
 Promenade ( Dance ) 
Slam Dunk ( Basketball) 
Beach Events 
Adventure Events
 Lit Events 
Mad Ads 
Fashion Show 
Incident Idol 
Incident Theatre 
Auto Expo 
Dj night 
5 Pronites

For more details visit the following link:

Thursday, 27 December 2012

The great Inspirational Story From Interview of Internshala with redBus CEO, Phanindra Sama

“Always look at the glass half full”  Is the themeline of this interview

Sitting across the coffee table, engaged in a free-wheeling chat, I  have to often remind myself that I am in conversation with the CEO of redBus – recently rated as one of the world’s top 50 most innovative companies byFast Company – and the man behind 10Mn+ bus journeys in India; and not an old school friend – such is the ease and warmth of Phanindra Sama’s, popularly known as Phani, personality.
From a shy small town boy from Andhra Pradesh to building a business worth Rs. 300Cr+ in annual revenue and revolutionizing the way India booked bus tickets along the way; Phani is a role model for many. In this candid one on one conversation with Internshala, Phani shares lessons from his journey starting from his college days till date. Read on…
1. During your college days (BITS Pillani, EEE, 1998-2002) what kind of a student were you? Was your primary focus on studies or were you actively involved in extra curricular activities too? Were there any early signs of entrepreneur to be?
When I joined BITS Pilani in 1998, I was rather shy and under confident, primarily because I could not speak English very well. Most of my education back in my town in Andhra Pradesh was in Telugu. However, during ragging I got introduced to a senior who came from the same town and who sort of took to mentoring me.
Upon the advice of this senior I joined the photography club (known as Department of Photography a.k.a DOPy) and was actively involved with it through out 4 years; I was one of the most learned photographer  on the campus and eventually became Head of DOPy in my 4th year.
I did well in studies too. A strong foundation in 11th and 12th meant that first 2 years at BITS Pilani were a breeze when it came to acads; so much so that 7 of us were known as Bewars Gang on the campus – sort of happy go lucky folks who did not study hard yet scored well. Eventually I graduated with a 9+ CGPA.
I believe my stint at DOPy taught me valuable lessons about human psychology and leadership that help me a great deal even today. These lessons, taught in an informal setting with no vested interests on part of the seniors who taught me these, are –
  • As head of the club, I had to manage a team of 50 student volunteer who worked for no pay. And in learning to engage and motivate them, I, for first time, learned nuances of how the organization structure, the parts in a large system, work and the whole equation became clear
  • I learned that while it may be difficult for me to keep track of all 50 members, as a leader my job would become easier if I could identify 4-5  key members in the group and could influence them who in turn could influence all 50
  • Finally, I learned that everyone behaves as per his or her interest, and unless I could align his/her interest with my interests; it would not be possible for me to get work out of the person. This lesson that all of us learn at some stage in our professional lives, I learned during my stint with DOPy
2. During your Engineering, where did you do your internship, what project/assignment did you work on, and how was the overall experience?
In BITS Pilani, one gets to do 2 internships. One at the end of 2nd year summers called Practice School 1 (PS 1) and another 6 months long internship in your final year called Practice School 2 (PS2)
I did my PS 1 with Apollo Hospital, Hyderabad. Strange as it may sound (what would an Engineer do in a hospital?), the internship was a plan by the entire Bewars Gang to be together in Hyderabad during the summer. However, I learned a lot during my internship. It was the time when Apollo Hospital was going for ISO certification and I got to spend 1 week each in every department right from billing, admissions, Operations Theater, maintenance etc.. I realized there was such a huge system (there were 2 basements below hospital where large machines used to run producing Oxygen and what not, along with a large maintenance staff, cafeteria etc.) supporting what may seem a simple doctor-patient transaction.
I did my PS2 at ST Microelectronics in Noida where I worked on designing a Bluetooth controller on ST’s FPGA. It was also a great experience because ever since I joined Engineering, I was very passionate about Electronics and wanted to work on a real project and here I was surrounded by 1,200 people who lived and breathed Electronics.
Another interesting aspect of this internship was that later when I joined Texas Instruments, I realized the cultural differences that exist between an European organization (ST Microelectronics) and a US based organization (TI). In TI focus was always on results while ST was more about Work Life balance – sort of one wasCapitalistic in nature and other was Socialist – it helped me define the work culture at redBus which I think is somewhere in between the two. We are people friendly but we drive the results too.
3. You worked for ~3 years before starting up. Do you think having prior corporate experience helps one in starting up? If yes, in what ways?
Oh yes, absolutely! I will give you a real life example.
Another friend of mine who stayed back at BITS Pilani for his Masters started his company right after the college around the same time we did.While we at redBus adopted an open office workspace design that we had seen at ST or TI where everyone’s cubicle was same size and type; my friend’s office space design was more hierarchical in nature. 25-30% of space was designated for a closed CEO’s chamber while remaining 12 developers were seated in 50-60% of left over space.
In a knowledge economy, where talent is a precious commodity, things as subtle as this can make it difficult for you to hire and retain skilled employees. Which is what happened with this friend of mine where he really struggled to attract talent to the team and eventually had to close down. I believe this happened primarily because he had never been to any office, perhaps other than his own uncle’s and that lack of exposure cost him dearly.
Also while working, you get exposed to so many other aspects of running a business such as HR, Finance, leading and managing people, processes etc. – all of which come very handy when you start on your own. For example, in TI despite it being an open office, the payroll department was always a separate enclosure because people are not really comfortable talking/negotiating their salaries in open. What may seem an obvious now, may not be intuitive to someone without this experience. Hence, I always recommend that one should gain some corporate exposure before starting up on own.
4. Recently in one of your interviews at Techcircle, you said “Right now (we have) a team of 200 (excluding call centre), redBus plans to have 680 people on board by March 2013.” – how does the recruitment process at redBus work? Do you go to campuses for fresh hire or is it all laterals?
Majority of our recruitment is lateral as we look for people with experience who can hit the ground running and set things up for us. Having said that we do hire freshers also every year though that is a smaller number. This year for example we have hired Management graduates from IIM Ahmedabad, Indore and XLRI etc. While our engineering fresh graduates join us from campuses like IIIT, IIT Delhi etc.
5. What is redBus’s thought process on internships? Is it an integral part of your talent acquisition strategy? If yes, in what ways? And if no, why not?
Internships at the moment are not core of our talent acquisition strategy. Primarily because most of our hiring is lateral and partly because as a new business, there are so many things being figured out that we really have not been able to develop a concrete thought process and action plan around internships.  We have hired interns in past but the experience has not been very successful. For a successful internship, there is lot of investment, in terms of time and effort, that an organization must make and we so far have not managed it well.
One of the good projects that an IIM Indore intern did for us was  financial modeling of our daily/weekly cash flows which was supposed to help the company do a better job of budgeting and estimating.
6. From looking for a bus ticket yourself in 2005, to selling 1 Crore+ tickets till date, the 6 years journey at redBus must have been a big roller coaster ride; if there is one principle or individual trait that you believe has stood the test of time and you would like to share with students; it would be?

Always look at the glass half full. In your life there will be many glass half empty moments where you may be inclined to think more about the negative aspect of a situation or decision and I have had enough of these moments all along. What has helped is the ability to look at the positive side of things and move ahead – this not only makes you happier but also changes the mood in the room where everyone in the team starts feeling excited about the challenge ahead.

GATE 2013 Organising Institute is providing the facility of GATE Mock Test

These are MOCK TESTS only meant to give the candidate a feel for taking a Computer Based Test. Candidates should familiarize themselves with the instructions and how to use the interface before they come for the online exam on 20th January 2013.

If u want to attend then go to below link

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If u click on above link U can find individual links for different subjects and there by u can attend for those Mock tests.. All the best Guyzzzz..........

National Conference on Information & Communication Technolgies

Hi Guyz this is to inform u about national level Conference On "INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS"..  @ Kongu Engineering College, ERODE, Tamilnadu...

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BITS, GOA Technical fest..

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on Feb 1-3,2013..

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Wednesday, 26 December 2012

Summer Internship in Australia

Summer Internship in Australia – School of Electrical and Computer Engineering – RMIT University

RMIT University Summer Internship ProgramSchool of Electrical and Computer Engineering at RMIT University, Melbourne is inviting applications for paid summer research internships for 2013. The last date to apply is 1st February 2013– hurry!
About Internship: – The selected interns would undertake research and prepare a paper for publication in one of the following areas: -
  • Biomedical Electronics
  • Engineering Education
  • Industrial Automation and Control Systems
  • Information and Signal Processing
  • Micro/Nano Electronics and Sensors Technology
  • Microplatforms
  • RF and Antennas
# of Internships: – 2 (across programs)
Who can apply: – To be eligible for this scholarship you must:
  • Be an international undergraduate student from India or China
  • Be enrolled in the final year of your undergraduate degree program in your home country
  • Have achieved excellent academic results
  • Have a high level of English language skill (IELTS 6.5)
  • Demonstrate a high level of written expression in your application
  • Be available for a telephone interview as part of the selection process
Location: - RMIT University, Australia
Duration: -  8 weeks (between June and August 2013)
Stipend: – $500 for up to eight weeks + $1500 towards  airfares
How to apply: - Please refer to RMIT Summer Internship 2013 Page for more info and application details. The last date to apply is 1st  February 2013 – hurry!

Great Inspirational report from Internshala

What you could still do if you are not from IIT/NIT

HopeThis post is for those students who by choice or by chance find themselves in colleges which do not enjoy the same brand reputation and infrastructure that IITs and NITs do and hence feel disadvantaged when it comes to competing with students from premier institutes for internship and career opportunities. While it would be foolish to state that college brand does not play a role in deciding your career path in a country where dowry rates depend on the chip you carry on your shoulder; my experience of interacting with thousands of students over last 2 years, suggests that not all hope  is lost if you are determined to fight against the odds!
I want to ask you sir, is there any scope for a student like me who is a non-IITian/NITian, to get internship of my choice. I had gone through almost every internship of my interest. What they want is previous projects,internships,referees, recommendations  etc. Although those are not mandatory but these stuff is mostly available to “branded geeks”. No one is willing to consider us.
I am enrolled to a affiliated college, in 2nd year  having Electronics & Comm. branch. I waited for 1 year to become eligible for a few internships, and now think will have to wait for another 2 years till i am in final year and do some projects and then apply for those internships. My engineering degree will be a scrap if so happened. I don’t want just a degree, I want a quality degree.
Why they can’t consider  the ”raw(s)”, I need a starter to start the chain reaction. Can you assist me with some motivation and a few CV/Resume samples of an applicant having no previous experience and no jewels on academic front but is determined to grab them.
I often get emails like these from students. I believe answer to Do I still have a shot at quality internships and career opportunities even if I am not from a reputed college? is YES and here is how you can do it.
1. Take responsibility for your life: – Yes, may be life served you a raw deal. May be you did not study hard enough, may be you fell sick on that fateful day of JEE or may be it was plain bad luck or lack of resources. Truth is you are where you are today and you have a choice to make. You can either continue to blame the system, the government, the society, your parents, your teachers, your college, and your neighbor’s dog about the difficult situation you find yourself in OR you can decide to take control of your life and do everything possible with in your reach to ensure it gets better from here on. Bad news is, if YOU don’t decide to do something about your life, nobody else will.
2. Learn outside the classroom: – Poor quality of teachers is one of the biggest challenges our country faces today and may be your teachers are not as inspiring, as knowledgeable as you would want them to be. However, in today’s information age, that are ample learning avenues outside the classroom a few of which are listed below that you could explore -
  1. The thing called internet – Did you know that many of the world’s best universities (MIT, Stanford, and even IITs now) offer many of their courses online to students all over the world for free. For those for whom this is a news, try visiting or
  2. The festivals, not traditional ones – Almost all the IITs have technical festivals (Shaastra from IIT Madras, Tech Fest from IIT Bombay, Cognizance from IIT Roorkee, Kshitij from IIT Kharagpur, Techkriti from IIT Kanpur, Tryst from IIT Delhi, and Techniche from IIT Guwahati) which are great platforms for you to learn, compete and network with fellow students and professionals in the field. Even if you know nothing, just go there and you would be amazed how rich experience and knowledge you would come back with.
  3. Remember Eklavya – There can not be a better example than Eklavya in Indian mythology who was not in a very different situation 5,000 years ago as you are in today. Did he sit down and waste his time brooding over how unfair the life was? No.  Learn by yourself. Start writing your own programs, building your own projects & models – no matter however small and insignificant they may seem to others but to you they would not only provide with practical knowledge but also give you lot of confidence. For programmers, participating in different online programming contests (CodeChef is a great place to start) can be a life changing experience.
  4. Train: – If all of the above fail to do the trick and you need holding hands to get off the mark, there are many reputed training programs being offered by companies like IBM, HP, Microsoft, Cisco etc. that you can join after class hours or during your winter/summer breaks.
3. Work on your communication skills: - One of the biggest advantages IITs/NITs offer is they provide you with an environment and peer group where you can learn to read, write, and speak in English really well. Remember no body would give you an internship or a job if you can not speak two complete sentences in English without grammatical, punctuation errors in it or if you can not write in a non SMS language. Spend time reading quality blogs, newspapers, watch as many English movies and serials on YouTube as possible (without subtitles please), learn to write a personal diary, and form a group with friends where its mandatory to converse only in English for an hour a day.  Try this for 6 months and see the marked change in yourself and your confidence level.
4. Start small, and grow big: - I get really irritated when same students write to me saying none of the big brands like Google, ITC, McKinsey consider them for internships. Arre Bhai, when you yourself can’t give up on your obsession with big brand names; how are these companies at fault when they do the same?Why not start with smaller, lesser known companies and start ups which are less hung up on brand and more on whether you are sincere and hardworking. I’d go to the extent to propose that if nothing else works and you are getting an internship opportunity in a field not of your choice, you should take it. The amount of practical learning and the network you would build would eventually come handy in your pursuit of your true passion.
5. Have faith, don’t give up: – Because in the end it will work out just fine; it always does. Couple of years ago, I also felt that only IITians have the license to rule the world (being one of them, a part of me still wants to believe that) but over last 2 years I have been humbled enough number of times by bright students from lesser known colleges to know that it is not true. I just counted,  ~50% of long term interns at Internshala have come from non premier colleges and we hire ONLY the best; my CEO at previous company I worked with (Aviva) did his graduation from MES College in Bangalore and MBA from Bharatidasan Institute of Management; the man behind Telecom revolution in India, Sam Pitroda, studied in Maharaja Sayajirao University in Vadodra; Dr. A P J Abdul Kalam  distributed newspapers in order to financially contribute to his father’s income before studying Physics at Saint Joseph’s College, Trichy.
None of these examples are from IITs or NITs and the only common thread is the determination, perseverance and a burning desire to make a mark for oneself. Remember, life just begins at college, does not end with it. You still have plenty of time ahead to make amends; start now!

Summer Internship

Hi frnds This Iz Summer Internship Details at  IIITB..

If u have any interest U can visit this link...

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Avast Antivirus Key Valid Till 2038..

Hi frndz after a long time.. I found this will be helpful for antirus serial key valid till the year of 2038.... :)


Conference in VJIT, Mumbai

Hi Guyz this is to inform u about


Veermata jijabai Technological Institue(VJTI), Mumbai,Conference,Maharashtra, Jan 5-7,2013

If u have any interest visit this link:

Syllabus for ECE Department for all semesters

VIth Sem Syllabus of Our ECE Department

Hi Guyz this is our VIth Syllabus, which was modified with the help of Cloud Storage...

So, any of our University frnds want to download,

Plz go through this below Link:

VIth Sem ECE syllabus

and download document directly...

Tuesday, 25 December 2012

VIth sem timetable for Our A-Section..

E.C.E Department,III-Year,A-Section,VI-Sem

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