Wednesday, July 25, 2012

3rd CIVIL - 2014

hello sir,
i am sameer of 3rd year civil engineering department.
Firstly i want to thank u for giving us your valuable time to teach us placement training program.
To be frank i was getting afraid to message u...
because i am afraid of my mistakes...
but i closed my eyes n started thinking among myself...
then i made myself brave that if i will not learn now later i cannot learn all this skills because its already late for us to have this skills.
Coming to main topic regarding to today's class,
we dint gain much of things today from u because we disappointed u...
we were not active and we were not coming forward to interact with u...
we are really very sorry for it sir...
we should have thought these skills from our schooling itself but still we have time now also so we will try to come forward from next class for sure.
I remembered everything of today's asked us to get up n ask question regarding any topic but only 3 students responded 2day..
and regarding that steps question i have calculated in the class itself..
the height of the wall was 4.3 mts...
for it we have to start steps at a distance of 2.7 mts from the wall and we will get 15 steps..
including a landing in middle...
but i aws afraid.Sir it was not our fault faculty havnt gave us the idea while teaching vd live examples..
they were like just to teach us subject to write in exam...
but they never teach us y we are studying this topic...
how to analyse it..
n where to apply it...
Sir, we are really very sorry for disappointing you...
you said today that from next class u will send others to attend our class but we want you to teach us ...
Sir we want u to start teaching us the basic requirements to attend an interview.
Like what kind of questions they ask us..
how we have to respond to their questions...
what kind of attitude we have to maintain...etc..
and i am sorry if i make any mistake while using appropriate words..
thank you sir goodnight!!!!
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Sameer Sammy


Monday, July 23, 2012

3rd IT (2014) from 120718

Topics discussed on 18th july,2012 are  as follows:
·         To read newspapers.
·         Three things are needed to be successful.
1.       Chance
2.       Attitude
3.       Skill
·         Strength is important to achieve our goals
·         Just thinking of doing something does nt serve the purpose. we need to put it to action.
·         We need to work so hard that our passion becomes our vocation.. and then vocation becomes a vacation.
·         To be a leader we need to have the following qualities:
a.       knowledge
b.      attitude
c.       skill
·         "Learn as if you live forever and treat others asif they die the next moment."
·         Never spend time. Invest it.


Friday, July 20, 2012

Options after BTech ???


1. Job 
Technical / Non-Technical / software

2. Higher Studies
GATE (MTech)
GRE(MS Abroad)

3. Entrepreneur

4. IAS / IES 
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      I am sai srinivas, aeronautical student from Institute of aeronautical engineering, dundigal. I have met you a month ago seeking your advice. I got seat in IIT kharagpur. The branch   offered is Earth System Science and Technology. This is a research oriented branch. There will be more opportunities if I can go to Ph.D. I am really in dilemma whether to choose this branch or to leave it. I am not able to decide and conclude whether I have interest in research or not. My alternate plan is to go for masters in USA. I have two job offers in hand. I can work for two years then I can pursue masters in aerospace engineering. My aggregate is 82.16. Please suggest me and help me to take a firm decision. I am afraid that I may take a wrong step.

Thank you


If your interest is Research and Academics.. no second thought - get into MTech.
MS as such is not in hand, you could shift from MTech to MS as the offer comes.
If work / industry is your choice go ahead.
But many who start working, may not show interest in learning higher and operate MTech / MS after a few years !!

Best wishes dear.
U may call me / contact me if further require and discussion please.



Sunday, July 15, 2012

2nd CIVIL - 2011-2015 from 120709

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Good Evening sir
I am Teja from 2nd year civil department.Yesterdays class was really very much interesting one.
I really did'nt know that matrices concept was used in photography. It was really amazing and the satellite speed with which it revolves around earth takes photo's in motion was really another great thing and great use of technology.The cam used i satellite has a 3 meter focal lenght this was really  astonishing. NRSC is in hyderabad and i did'nt know this.I gathered a litttle info of this. This is what i gathered... 
National Remote Sensing Centre (NRSC), located at Hyderabad is one of the centres of Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), striving to realise the Indian Space Vision, as a key player in Earth Observation Programme and Disaster Management Support programme. NRSC is responsible for acquisition, processing, supply of aerial and satellite remote sensing data and continuously exploring the practical uses of remote sensing technology for multilevel (global to local) applications. It provides the necessary trained manpower through capacity building in remote sensing applications. NRSC at Hyderabad has been converted into a full-fledged centres of ISRO since September 1, 2008. Earlier, NRSC was an autonomous body called National Remote Sensing Agency (NRSA) under Department of Space (DOS). The Centre is responsible for remote sensing satellite data acquisition and processing, data dissemination, aerial remote sensing and decision support for disaster management.
I got to know many news things like AURA (an aura is a field of subtle, luminous radiation surrounding a person or object) , KRILIAN Photography Kirlian photography refers to a collection of photographic techniques used to capture the phenomenon of electrical coronal discharges in the presence of moisture. 
It was great knowing these interesting facts. I am more enthusisastic and looking forward for more intresting things i would learn in the class.
Thank you sir.
 sdn teja
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Saturday, July 14, 2012

2nd IT 2011-2015 from 120709

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Good Evening Sir,

I must say this i consider myself to be lucky to have a teacher like you ,sir.I'm fortunate that i have a master who has tonnes of  knowledge and no matter which topic it is,Today's lecture was amazing and I am looking forward for more classes of Your'.You have always been my inspiration ,and in today's class u have taught us:
1. Nation and country
 I never knew the difference between them and you clarified it all and one more knew thing i learnt about is that in america 'nation' n 'country' is considered to be the same,but in india it is a whole lot different.

2.Application of matrix in photography
I was amazed by knowing that matrices can be even used in pictures .The matrix in a photo is made up of binary numbers n depending on the resolution we have get the picture .for example if the resolution is 1000x1000 then the number of elements in the matrix will be 1million.In case of colour photo we use 3 colours i.e RGB so a colour picture will be made up of 3million pixels.
The company which makes the most number of camera's is Nokia!

3.IRS(Indian Remote Sensing Satellite)
It is a satellite which takes the pictures of India and surveys on all the things going on in our country. It is about 600 to 800km above the surface of earth.I always thought that Madhya Pradesh was the centre of India but i've known that the place where i'm living in since my childhood,Hyderabad is the center of India by taking the whole area of india as well as andaman nicobar ,so the NRSC,National Remote Sensing Centre is situated in Sharadnagar and the antena has a diameter of 6metres .IRS takes around 14 revolutions around he earth in a day.The camera used in space is having a focus of 3metres and its resolution is 16000x18000.About 200 colours are used in that camera and thermal band is used to see if any person is camouflaging and we can zoom upto 500 times and this phenomenon is called pixel breaking.
Interesting part is that we can even know the presence of water with the help of this satellite .In gujrat and rajastan they discovered that a river is flowing underground and when they plotted its map they realised that it just just the shape of the river Saraswati and by taking a sample of water and by using Carbon Dating technique they found out that it went underground in 3200BC.

4.Krilian Photography
It is used for predicting the thngs by sensing the touch of a human and even a person's diseases .

5. The time taken to close our eyelibs is about 0.28seconds .

6.CAT is written to get into MBA
   GATE for and
GRE for M.s

7.Nuero Programming and even the nueral networks and there are few things which we can only learn from experience and by mere practise . And a Monkey can jump upto 56feet!

8.The most inspiring part is that shloka 
 Sahasam(get into action ),
Parakramam(will power to stick up to our decisions even if we have many obstructions), 
shadedhe yatra wardanthe ,daivam thatra prashayayeth!

Which means "Where all these six qualities are present ,God is always present there" 
9.Art of drawing Beautifully
Last but not the least,I've always a great passion for drawing but i ws very bad at drawing a face but today u helped me alot by telling few tips how to draw a person,firstly the size of the body must be 7 and half times the size of our head ,secondly the end of our ear and our lips will lie on the same line and our eyes lie on the same line which passes through the top of our ear.The hands should be a little above the knees.

Thank You so much for sparing your precious time n sharing such worthy things with us ,Sir.

IT ,2nd yr

Friday, July 13, 2012

4th EEE, IT & Mech - from 120705

Namasthe sir,

I m writing you for the first time sir. Sir i was happy for attending the session today. We know that there are many root words but we don't look at them and identify them. But we need to do that to learn English. And i need to develop habit of reading the news paper.
Understood what a RESUME and CV mean sir. I will surely forward my resume with in a day or two for evaluation. Thank you sir.
Waiting a head for your sessions sir.
Thanking you,
Laxman Kumar.

4th - ECE - 2009 - 2013 from 120706

Sir ,
I  N.Arun kumar from ece-4(b),In todays class i have learnt about what next after btech ,how to plan for future career and and what to do after pursuing btech either for going job or any other higher studies ,and sir has explained about if you dream about a particular get and make them possible in real life (words by APJ Abdul kalam) .And he has explained about the life with the kite as it is flying high and high life also should be made in such way to get higher position in life .And more thing mainly is that when explaining about kite it works on basis of Bernuollis principle.Till now i dont know it works on that principle.

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good evening sir,

                   glad to write these paragraphs..
  The following is the knowledge which i gained by ur 3 sessions of PTP
 on the first friday i learnt the importance of reading an english news paper by which we can improve our communicational skills .we learnt one should have punctuality and taking notes is helpful for us.
after that we noted what is CERN (Europian center for nuclear research) ,also CCD(charge coupled device) which is used in digital imaging.
learnt about resolution - (resolving in detail)
we thought about an intelligent question that how to measure a thickness of a paper from a note book..i.e. by considering measurement of  the whole note book and by dividing with no. of pages it has.
The NOKIA company is the foremost one in manfacturing large no.of cameras.
on the second friday
we have discussed  GATE, after that
u have told us about a man's interest and how they  balance  studies with extra other qualities like music and dance or any other art, which mainly depends on a person's interest or enthuasiam on that perticular topic or area. so to do something or a bigthing or anything first and foremost we should have an interest on that.
we asked about  ur inspiration in real life, that was really interesting.
we have  known  a great personality named YASHPAL who is known for regular appearance on science program in doordarshan, T.N.Sheshan who is the election commissionar of india. he is known for his commitment.
            sir, The words u said about 'trust on some one' are really true.., when we have a trust on some one they definitely will do good things and vice versa...
u told us how a proffessor can find a thief...,that was a good logic and funny too. we discussed every thing is a business in this world right now ..
and now in today class,
we have known about NASSCOM ( National association of software and services companies')

also we learnt about "feel for the knowledge" which is a mind concept n listened so many xamples on that.

      finally today we learnt that 'aim for big goals bt not small" which is said by abdul kalam because  "we should always aim for the moon if its not reached don worry coz atleast we fall among the stars "
                       thanking you sir,
4th ece(a)

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good evening sir,

                 this is Navatha from aurora's engg college of 4th ece(a).

Today your class was really amazing and inspired us too...,what ever u r talking , we are gaining alot from those words.., its really our privilage to know about your greatness ,also
this PTP programme is helping us in a good manner..,
Hope your valuable words are going to be " the stepping stones for our success"...
                              thanking you sir..

 navata kairamkonda

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

3rd - CSE 2010-2014 from 120711


Define:- Technology is the use of scientific knowledge for improving the way to do things. One would use scientific knowledge to invent machines or devices to make things easier to do.

Throughout the twentieth century the uses of the term have increased to the point where it now encompasses a number of “classes” of technology:-

1. Technology as Objects:
Tools, machines, instruments, weapons, appliances - the physical devices of technical performance

2. Technology as Knowledge: 
The know-how behind technological innovation

3. Technology as Activities: 
What people do - their skills, methods, procedures, routines

4. Technology as a Process: 
Begins with a need and ends with a solution

5. Technology as a Sociotechnical System:
The manufacture and use of objects involving people and other objects in combination

The Nature of Technology

Technology has a number of distinct characteristics:-

1. It is Related to Science
Although there is certainly a relationship between science and technology, there is, except in certain high technology industries, very little technology that could be classified as applied science. Technology is marked by different purposes, different processes a different relationship to established knowledge and a particular relationship to specific contexts of activity. Change in the material environment is the explicit purpose of technology, and not, as is the case with science, the understanding of nature; accordingly its solutions are not right or wrong, verifiable or falsifiable, but more or less effective from different points of view.

2. It Involves Design
At the centre of technology lies design. That “design is the very core of engineering” is affirmed by the requirement that all degree engineering courses should embody it. The design process in technology is a sequential process which begins with the perception of a need, continues with the formulation of a specification, the generation of ideas and a final solution, and ends with an evaluation of the solution.

3. It Involves Making
The motivating factor behind all technological activity is the desire to fulfil a need. For this reason all designs should be made or realised - whether that be through prototype, batch- or mass- production or some form of three-dimensional or computer model - if the need is to be truly fulfilled, the design is to be legitimately evaluated, and the design activity is to have been purposeful and worthwhile.

4. It is Multi-Dimensional
Not only may design and production involve co-operation between different specialisms (between, for example, designer, production engineer and materials scientist), but may involve “technologists” in performing a multitude of functions, such as working with others, operating within budgets, persuading decision makers, communicating to clients and working to deadlines.

5. It Is Concerned With Values
Technology is informed by values at every point. Value decisions may be called for not only in relation to the specific design criteria (i.e. aesthetic, ergonomic and economic judgement, suitability for purpose and ease of manufacture) but also in relation to the rightness or wrongness of a particular solution in ethical terms.

6. It is Socially Shaped/Shaping
Technological enterprises are determined not by advances in knowledge nor simply by the identification of needs, but by social interests. Of the potential new technologies available at any one time only a few are developed and become widely implemented. In this way technology is shaped by society, by consumer choice. yet it could also be argued that technology shapes society - the technology of the motor car, for example, has shaped our environment and our whole way of life.


Soft skills revolve around personal relationships, character, and attitude. By developing these skills, you can increase your work performance, build stronger relationships, and work toward earning a promotion. If you are finding that some of these soft skills do not come naturally to you, you need to learn how to improve soft skills so they'll become a natural reflex for you in dealing with people every day.

1.Develop communication skills. Your goal should be to communicate clearly through written, oral, and nonverbal communication. Start simply by being aware of how others feel when they are around you or are talking with you.

  • Make eye contact. 
  • Monitor your body language. 
  • Practice speaking. 
  • Develop your writing skills. 

2.Practice active listening skills. Listening requires focus and self-discipline. We listen for many different reasons: to understand instructions, to empathize with another individual, or to judge whether a plan is good or not. Regardless of the reason you are listening, there are several things to keep in mind.

  • Paraphrase and ask questions to learn more about what someone is telling you. 
  • Take notes when appropriate. 
  • Do not interrupt other people. 
  • Pay attention to the other person's body language. 

3.Build relationships. Interpersonal skills are important in the workplace, especially since so many organizations are designed around teams and departments. Seek to build friendships with peers, supervisors, clients, and business partners.

  • Befriend colleagues. 
  • Learn to manage conflict in a healthy way. 
  • Network with people inside and outside your organization. 

4.Practice leading. Leadership is simply influencing other people. As such, leadership skills can be used by any employee at any level in the organization.

  • Observe your own supervisor and note how that individual leads your team. 
  • Practice leading in small group discussions by asking your teammates questions and bringing quieter members into the conversation.
  • Set the example for others by displaying a positive attitude in difficult situations. 

5.Take initiative. Demonstrate responsibility and enthusiasm for your job by striving to go the extra mile. This starts by finishing work without constant reminders from your supervisor.

  • Do tasks without being asked by someone else.
  • Seek more challenging work.
  •  Strive to develop your technical skills. 



  • Know what communication really is:- Communication is the process of transferring messages between a sender and a receiver through various methods 

  • Have courage to say what you think:-Be confident in knowing that you can make worthwhile contributions to conversation. Take time each day to be aware of your opinions and feelings so you can adequately convey them to others. Individuals who are hesitant to speak because they do not feel their input would be worthwhile need not fear. What is important or worthwhile to one person may not be to another and may be more so to someone else.

  • Practice:- Developing advanced communication skills begins with simple interactions. Communication skills can be practiced every day in settings that range from the social to the professional. New skills take time to refine, but each time you use your communication skills, you open yourself to opportunities and future partnerships.


  • Make eye contact:- Whether you are speaking or listening, looking into the eyes of the person with whom you are conversing can make the interaction more successful. Eye contact conveys interest and encourages your partner to be interested in you in return.

  • Use gestures:- These include gestures with your hands and face. Make your whole body talk. Use smaller gestures for individuals and small groups. The gestures should get larger as the group that one is addressing increases in size.

  • Don’t send mixed messages:- Make your words, gestures, facial expressions and tone match. Disciplining someone while smiling sends a mixed message and is therefore ineffective. If you have to deliver a negative message, make your words, facial expressions, and tone match the message.

  • Be aware of what your body is saying:- Body language can say so much more than a mouthful of words. An open stance with arms relaxed at your sides tells anyone around you that you are approachable and open to hearing what they have to say. Arms crossed and shoulders hunched, on the other hand, suggest disinterest in conversation or unwillingness to communicate. Often, communication can be stopped before it starts by body language that tells people you don't want to talk. Appropriate posture and an approachable stance can make even difficult conversations flow more smoothly.

  • Manifest constructive attitudes and beliefs:- The attitudes you bring to communication will have a huge impact on the way you compose yourself and interact with others. Choose to be honest, patient, optimistic, sincere, respectful, and accepting of others. Be sensitive to other people's feelings, and believe in others' competence.

  • Develop effective listening skills:- Not only should one be able to speak effectively, one must listen to the other person's words and engage in communication on what the other person is speaking about. Avoid the impulse to listen only for the end of their sentence so that you can blurt out the ideas or memories your mind while the other person is speaking.


  • Enunciate your words:- Speak clearly and don’t mumble. If people are always asking you to repeat yourself, try to do a better job of articulating yourself in a better manner.

  • Pronounce your words correctly:- People will judge your competency through your vocabulary. If you aren’t sure of how to say a word, don’t use it.

  • Use the right words:-If you’re not sure of the meaning of a word, don’t use it. Grab a dictionary and start a daily habit of learning one new word per day. Use it sometime in your conversations during the day.

  • Slow your speech down:- People will perceive you as nervous and unsure of yourself if you talk fast. However, be careful not to slow down to the point where people begin to finish your sentences just to help you finish.


  • Develop your voice: – A high or whiny voice is not perceived to be one of authority. In fact, a high and soft voice can make you sound like prey to an aggressive co-worker or make others not take you seriously. Begin doing exercises to lower the pitch of your voice. Try singing, but do it an octave lower on all your favorite songs. Practice this and, after a period of time, your voice will begin to lower.

  • Animate your voice:- Avoid a monotone and use dynamics. Your pitch should raise and lower periodically. Radio DJ's are usually a good example of this.

  • Use appropriate volume:- Use a volume that is appropriate for the setting. Speak more softly when you are alone and close. Speak louder when you are speaking to larger groups or across larger spaces.

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  • The three important steps which we are suppose to follow in our life  are.
  1. building up the attitude.
  2. improving the skills.
  3. taking chance.
  • Being dignified is more important,which is to be learned by education.
  • In order to achieve something in our life strength is must and needed.
  • Only by doing vocation with passion we can enjoy whole life.
  • learn as if your living a very long life.
  • Always come up with the positive attitude ,never think negatively.
  • taking notes and making notes will improve our knowledge.
Manchala Nagaraju 

                              i.            CHANCE
                           ii.            ATTITUDE
                        iii.            SKILL

                                T.ASHWINI REKHA,
                                 3 CSE B.

good evening sir

      Here is the summary of the session that we had today :

  •   firstly in order to be employable it's necessary that we have good English,presentation capability, analytic and logical thinking and here these are mentioned as per their prominence.
  •  in order to get a job students have to be employable.the first and the formost thing we need to do is being punctual and have to develop positive attitude.
  • learnt a new term called "referable employable: this refers to getting employed in or at a place with reference to someone..already in the body serving it or managing it.
  • coming to the prominent subject of the day: luck factor. luck does serve everything around us. even our birth on this beautiful earth is all due to our luck. we are lucky to have our parents as "our parents". (truly u made us understand dis sir..:) happy)
  • we must never curse our life. all that we obtain is due to our karma.
  • we are winners from our birth. even while taking birth we had to race millions of those sperms and we are here only because we won that race.
  • newspaper reading must be an habit. it not only build up our general knowledge but also changes our perception of viewing things and actually turns us into an social human being.
  • our prime minister goes through 32 newspaper everyday as he is an responsible citizen of India and will be answerable when pointed upon.
  • three things are necessary in life:chance. attitude and skill.
  • if u have attitude you can develop the skill.
  • dignity is the most important factor in life and education is the basic thing that builds up dignity of a person.
  • position is powered by an individual.
  • attitude and determination will give you self confidence.
  • licences being checked only when we commit mistakes. 
  • life is like driving your own vehicle. yo need to take care that you don't hit any other person nor any other person hits driving safely and reaching destination is again a skill.
  • initiative of doing something is important.
  • 60%of aurora students are worth getting a job but then 5%of them are only employable.
  • practice makes you love what u hate to do.
  • be a leader in life.
  • "you decide where you want your cup of tea??"
  • your choice in your life all depend on the money you possess.
  • vocation: skill oriented job.
  • passion+vocation=satisfaction.
  • nelson Mandela said"learn as if you will live longer than ever before. and deal with the other person as though he's dying the next second..."
  • carreer planning must be the most important issue at this stage of our's.
  • many steps from the bottom of  mountain actually takes you to the peak.
  • and finally....never waste but do invest your time..!! and never do such a thing wherein you need to regret in the future again.

 Important Points:
->Education is Dignity.
->Vocation:-skill oriented job
->Work for passion,not for only money.
->No need of become richest of richest,because it will make us uncomfortably comfort or comfortably uncomfort.
->Start preparing goal for our future.
->Get knowledge about the current affairs.
->We need to create our own identity.
->Study with full of interest,passion,but not for only degree.
->Improve communication skills.
->Stage fear.
->Think once where we are,what we are & whom we are.? If we can answer all the three mentioned questions then he will live happily as he wanted.
->Prepare goal for future and start doing effort for that.
->Make habit of reading newspapers.
->Collect knowledge about technology,worldwide news,etc.

Gaurav Ch



Definition : A flash memory card that plugs into the computer's USB (universal serial bus) port. Small enough to hook onto a keychain, it emulates a small disk drive and allows data to be easily transferred from one machine to another.

How it is made:-
Pen drives consist of a small printed circuit board. This circuit board provides a sturdy base for the pen drive's form and also serves as a means to collect information. The microchip within it (the circuit board) is able to extract data with relatively low electrical power. It is based on old EEPROMS technology that allows writing and erasure processes.
How does it work:-
When a pen drive is connected to a USB port, it activates. Otherwise, it lies dormant. The USB port gives the pen drive access to information on a specific computer. Because most pen drives are formatted using FAT or FAT 32 File systems, they are compatible with almost any USB host/port on a computer.Data is read, transmitted or rewritten from a pen drive to a computer (or vice versa) after it is properly connected and manipulated through a program.

Pen drives are used to store data. These flash drives vary in storage capacity (64 MB to 32 GB) and are removable and rewritable. Techies often purchase pen drives as replacements or backups for CD-R's or floppy disks. However, the average Joe unwittingly purchases pen drives in the form of iPods and MP3 players. Yes, iPods and MP3 players are the most popular form of pen drives these days. And, the key to their success lies within their circuit boards.


Monday, July 9, 2012

2nd - EEE - 2011 - 2015 from 120709


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It has been a great moment being one of the member of your class. I don't know whether you will be reading this or not but i hope it ends in a positive note. Thinking optimistically am writing to you. the class has been wonderful and am looking forward to more of your classes You are a true inspiration by your self and the quality of what you are going to teach us need not be mentioned . The first time i heard about you and your experiences the only thought that came to me was will there be any other person holding such stature in life and still fond of developing the youth. The first thing i learned in this today's class is not what you said but the way you spoke. Yeah the first thing i learnt is people must be interactive to create impressions just LIKE YOU. Hope you agree with me and i have learned a lot many things in today's class. some of them are to do everything with full heart. there should be curiosity to learn. we need to be different and intellectual. one should have in himself to do better and many.

It may be revolting from my side to say and at the same time ask one or two questions. First of all sir you are a wonderful and one of the best teachers one can ever get. And this has involuntarily made me to think that you are different from the other staff and i have a very higher expectations on you. It may be right that am not even the age of your experience sir but my curiosity is making me ask you the following things.

1.  you are assessing the students who come up and speak up to you and in front of our own mates and you are marking them don't you feel that a person who is not having the courage to stand in front of the class will be left out of the class?

2. And even if they want to meet you in person and ask you, yours say of looking at the person's activeness in the class will be the criteria of getting answers from you had created an impression in their minds that they will not be able to learn any thing from you. And your assessing method is very different from others and do you feel that yours is a fool proof assessment?

3. And i had observed your body language twice from my arrival at this college, it should be  as i had known or taught during public speaking from my previous sessions in my sainik school was different to every aspect. they said me not to lean on the podium, stand straight, do not use much hand gestures, speak plainly and quickly. I liked your style of public speaking and interaction and i want to follow your style. can i adapt it? or is there a different way a student must follow?

I know you will be very busy with many mails but please take some pain in answering my amateur questions. hope i get my answers either by mail or in person.

Thanking you Sir

Yours ever Sincere

2 - 1.

-- In this mail i want to share few points which i felt more  important in today's class
1. daily reading news paper 
2.aim of this semester is to improve communication skills
3.important thing in class is to take notes 
4.we should sharp in class
5.we should be disciplined
6.if we have good receiving knowledge then we should be efficient to express  it
7.A good teacher is always a good teacher 
8.we should practice fast reading 
9.From acharya we get 1\4th , we can learn our self 1\4th, and by discussion we can learn 1\4th.
10. we should try to learn before the class is taken .
11.what ever we learn we should read thoroughly.
Thank you sir 

D.Arun EEE.2B 282



  •  Today i learn the 24 points these are.
  • Proper reading for news(International news,National news, State news)
  •       . Collect the at least 20 points per every day.
  •         Gold particles it deals how to planets are formed to Big bank theory formed by collision of two protons in opposite direction.
  • A student have telephone skills,analytical skills, maths skills,communication skills.
  • Nuclear accelerate in Jn in Delhi.
  • Curiosity to learn from interest.
  • Asking questions.
  • Good student make a notes &take important pints.
  • If u make notes talking is good and learn interest and easy to understand.
  • Students should be improve the communication skills.
  • If you teach very well you can make a good reader..
  • 100% student must be can do hard work ,fast reading &improve the communication skills. 
  •  Read before the class and come..
  • Learn with interest.
  • Knowledge is creativity more than reading and learning.
  • create a lot of questions.
  • learn with the interest topics..
  • If read the topic before the teachers explain the topic it helps in developing the questions.
  • When student  was stay in class student must have can be alert..
  • Always student must have responsibilities,maintenance,behaviour,attitude,communication skills.
  • Should have full concentration on learning.
  • student must have 5 points  1.maintain your health,
  •                                          2activity
  •                                          3.physically
  •                                 have a spirit,emotionally good...
  • Discuss with friends.
  • If you walk up early take more water..