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Top 10 Colleges In India 2014

Top 10 Colleges In India 2014

Indian Institute Of Technology Delhi,Indian Institute Of Technology Bombay,Indian Institute Of Technology Kanpur,Indian Institute Of Technology Madras,Indian Institute Of Technology Kharagpur,Indian Institute Of Technology Roorkee,University Of Delhi,Indian Institute Of Technology Guwahati,University Of Calcutta,University Of Mumbai, National Institute Of Technology,Trichy.



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Tuesday, October 4, 2011


IIT Gandhinagar, CIT to develop earthquake warning system

AHMEDABAD: Researchers at the Indian Institute of Technology, Gandhinagar (IIT-GN) have undertaken a project to develop a 'slight early' earthquake warning system.

The institute has teamed up with California Institute of Technology (CIT), Pasadena, USA, to develop a system having dense network of low-cost motion sensors capable of sensing earthquake's early seismic activity.

"The goal of our project is to put in place a network of small devices called accelerometers near an active fault line which can pick up earth vibrations. They can be standalone devices transmitting data to a central server," Prof Girish Singhal, project incharge at IIT-GN said.

"A mesh of very low-cost sensors in that area shall be able to pick up velocity of shock waves, issuing slight early alerts of an earthquake," Singhal claimed.

The project is expected to be of immense help to first responders during a calamity.

According to estimate of experts, an earthquake in Bhuj will take few minutes to reach Ahmedabad and an early warning system in place could help in issuing alerts to shut down big machines here, which are potential major source of secondary losses in the event of any seismic activity.

Singhal, along with two final year B.Tech students, is working on this project at IIT-GN.

"One of the students, Prathmesh Juvatkar, visited CIT as part of this project on building a community seismic network. He has brought four sensors along with him for this pilot project," Singhal said.

iPhone 5

Apple set to unveil iPhone 5

SAN FRANCISCO: Apple Inc looks set to unveil a new iPhone after a 15-month hiatus, hoping to fend off hard-charging rivals running Google Inc's Android and safeguard its lead with the fifth incarnation of the iconic device.

Newly appointed CEO Tim Cook will do the honors this time from Apple's headquarters, running the first major product launch in years without impresario Steve Jobs as he tries to take Apple to still-loftier heights.

The iPhone 5 -- expected to be faster, thinner and larger-screened -- would arrive just in time for the crucial holiday shopping season. It should sustain Apple's smartphone momentum and help ward off a challenge from close runner-up Samsung Electronics.

Apple launches are some of the hottest events on the tech calendar, scrutinized by fans, investors, the media and industry insiders alike. Tuesday's "Let's talk iPhone" show, starting at 1 pm Eastern time, will mark Cook's unofficial debut since taking over from co-founder Jobs in August.

Some shareholders and analysts expect a cameo appearance by Jobs, now chairman, though a no-show would not be a major disappointment.

Cities are the major polluters

Cities have become major contributors of greenhouse gas emissions and other pollutants responsible for climate change.

Speaking on the theme ‘Cities and Climate Change’ on Monday, Urban Designer and Planner and adjunct faculty at RV School of Architecture Brinda Sastry said it was imperative to concentrate on making cities resilient. Incidently, it is also the theme of World Habitat Day on Monday.

The UN General Assembly designated the first Monday of October every year as World Habitat Day. The idea was to reflect on the state of our towns and cities and the basic right of all to adequate shelter.

“While cities occupy only two per cent of the surface area, they are responsible for 75 per cent of energy consumption and 80 per cent of greenhouse gas emissions,” she said. To combat this, the cities need to be planned in a sustainable and green way, which can be done by sharing knowledge between government, city planners, civil societies and scientific communities.

One of the examples in making a resilient city is the change in land use pattern. Concentrating and preserving natural environment will help mitigate problems of deforestation for agriculture or construction activities.

“Land use patterns will be important factors in determining the emissions from the cities. Designing multi-transport roads and using building materials that are renewable would go a long way in reducing carbon emission in the long run, Sastry said. India is the second most vulnerable country to climate change, as per the study conducted by Maplecroft, UK-based risk advisory company.

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Benefits of Warming Up

Research has it that warming up before exercising can lead to a safer as well as effective exercise routine. Even thought the study is still going on, determining what is the best warming up, in general to warm up is an accepted method to avoid injuries in the muscles or joints.
• It increases blood movements through the tissues, thus, make your muscles supple.
• There is an increased delivery of oxygen as well as nutrients in your body muscles, by the increased blood flow.
• It is preparing the muscles for a stretching.
• It will prepare the heart for an increased activity.
• You’ll be able to prepare mentally for the exercise.
• It prepares your pathways from nerves to muscles for an incoming exercise.

Tips To Save Plastics Covers or Bags

1.Dont ask carry Bag from Shop owners..U should carry 1 cloth Bag before going 2 shopping ....
2.even though if we carry paper bags it is also like destroying the environment because paper is made from wood so it is better to carry a recyclable bag where ever we go
3.We have to take cotton bag or cloth bags

Ernst &Young Walk-ins

 Ernst &Young Bangalore Walk-ins: from 3-7 October 2011 for Graduates/post-graduates (B.A/B.Sc/BCA/BHM/MA/M.Sc) 0-3 Years exp

    Hi all,

    We are organizing walk-ins for the following vacancies *on 3, 4, 5 and 7
    October 2011 *between *10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.
    *at *RMZ* *Infinity*:

    *Associate - EMS*

    Graduates/post-graduates (B.A/B.Sc/BCA/BHM/MA/M.Sc) with:

    - 0-3 years of work experience in ITES (Freshers may also apply)
    - Excellent communication skills (written and spoken)
    - Working knowledge of MS Excel/Word
    - Good analytical skills
    - The ability to work independently and in a team

    *Ernst & Young Global Shared Services*
    RMZ Infinity
    Tower C, 1st Floor, Municipal No. 3,
    Old Madras Road, K R Puram,
    Bangalore - 560 016


    - Candidates must carry a copy of their latest resume along with a
    passport-sized photograph
    - Candidates must be open to working from the RMZ/BSP/KMG office
    - Those who have participated in the selection process with GSS in the
    past six months are not eligible to apply


The Benefits of Cycling:

Cycling in a regular manner will give healthy benefits to many organs or systems of our body:
1. The circulatory and cardiovascular system – our heart is beating fast in order to pump blood in our body quickly, to supply oxygen to our muscles, it allows them to work properly. Our heart is pumping about 4 liters of blood in one minute, at rest. Our heart is also a muscle, if you exercise like cycling; our heart gets stronger and bigger like our biceps. A person who is taking part in a regular exercise activity can lower their risk of getting cardiovascular diseases than those people who do not exercise.
2. Our blood pressure – having a regular exercise or cycling activity do prevent people to have a higher BP or blood pressure. If you keep on getting higher BP, cycling will be able to lower it.
3. Cholesterol buildup prevention – with regular exercise, you’ll be able to improve the levels of the good cholesterol or High Density Lipoprotein in blood.
4. Our Brain – those who keeps on exercising in a regular manner tends to get low fats and good lipids

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