The institution is a continuation to our quest for

excellence. The magazine will give opportunity to all
students to exercise their skills in their respective areas of
expertise but more importantly, it will give greater
exposure to students to the latest trends in technological
developments, leading to a better understanding of their
role as future technocrats.

The obsessive thrust of all efforts is to develop
Prof. Mohan Gaikwad professionals who are committed to excellence in their
Chairman personal and professional endeavors. We aim at proving
Gaikwad-Patil Group
the future engineers through research, training and
consultancy programs and thus make our humble
contribution to the Socio-Economic development of India.

We are aware that we still have a long way to go. I wish all
my students a very best bright future.

It is a matter of great pleasure and pride for us that
TGPCET has published first ever college magazine.
Ours is an institution with a difference because we know
and cherish the value of attributes beside academic
excellence in the pursuit of perfection. We believe that the
role of education is not confined to producing mere degree
holders, but also turn out good and competent human
beings with a healthy respect for personal, professional
and social ethics. RIPPLES magazine and similar events
planned for the future, will provide our students a platform
Prof. Sharad Patil for development and exposure, and will help them
President understand their own role in the proper perspective.
Gaikwad-Patil Group
of Institutions
As an institution conceived and created solely by
academicians, we are trying our best to provide varied
learning opportunities to our students. RIPPLES
magazine is just one step ahead in this direction. The
overwhelming response we received from the college is a
proof enough that we are marching in the right direction.
Going through RIPPLES makes my heart swell with pride. It is
a reflection of the hard work, creativity and ingenuity of our
students. With stars in their eyes and fire in their belly, these
students come to TGPCET to prepare themselves for the rest
of their lives. One look at the inside pages of this magazine will
tell anyone that that preparation is well on track. Whether
academics, or sports, or extra-curricular activities or cultural
activities, TGPCETites have proved time and again that they
are ready for this fiercely competitive world and that their time
spent in college is a rich fusion of all elements required for
youngsters to grow as individuals.
Prof. Anjali Patil-Gaikwad
Director, International
Relations, GPGI TGPCET has always encouraged its students to be all they can
be. We leave no stone unturned to ensure that they are never
short of opportunities to display their talent. Our students
respond with an enthusiasm that gives us every confidence that
they are destined to go far. If anyone is ever in doubt about the
capabilities of our students, RIPPLES can firmly set those
doubts at rest. Good work, kids. Keep it up!

It is a delight to announce that TGPCET is publishing
RIPPLES, first ever magazine of our college. Technology
moves with a very fast pace. What was a breakthrough
yesterday is obsolete today. This has made it imperative that
future technocrats must be familiar not only with technical skills
but also with future technology. Creation of such departmental
magazine has a definite purpose, it programs for the benefit of
students and public at large. This will open the doors of
opportunities for our students and staff to access information.

This magazine, we believe will help us in pursuing our goals in a
more effective and meaningful way. I hope our
Dr. G. K. Awari humble effort will go a long way in putting the college at the
Principal information super highway for making the institution a real
TGPCET, Nagpur
instrument of socio-economic change while improving the
quality of education through technology. It is for the faculty and
student folk to put this magazine to better use and achieve the
desired results. I sincerely hope that it will mark a new chapter
in the history of great achievement of this institution
The magazine, RIPPLES will prove more effective to
explore the students' inner abilities, viz. their hidden talents
parallel to their academics. TGPCET is one of the rapid
growing institutes not only in Nagpur but also in Vidarbha.

I hope RIPPLES, would encourage students to participate in
all sorts of activities.

I am very happy to see this magazine benefitting the
Prof. Sandeep Gaikwad students and every one in technical, non-technical way.
Gaikwad-Patil Group
of Institutions
I appreciate all the team efforts to prepare this wonderful

Dear Students,
It is heartwarming to see the students of TGPCET gather on a single platform. The whole
world will be left to be explored as soon as you finish with your graduation in Engineering.
It's the usual tendency of time and world that, people like to salute the “The Rising Sun”
only. Now it's the responsibility of every individual that, how to make oneself rising, to tread
the path of growth!!!! When I mention the word 'rising', a thought strikes immediately, is it
too difficult to be 'rising'? The simple answer to the question is 'YES'!! The quest to become
Prof. Anup Gade the 'Rising Sun'requires one's true willingness to rise, to grow while emassing experiences.
Editor-in-Chief, And what is 'true willingness'? It is nothing but purely, dedication.
RIPPLES Dedication won't require any special efforts but only a positive attitude towards the goal.
The goal can be easily achieved with regular and planned efforts. Your willingness to aquire knowledge and the
dedication in you will certainly make you the 'Rising Sun'. It may happen at some instance that you'll feel that your
faculty or higher authority is harassing you. This is the only time when the patience inside you will get tested. Believe
me, this patience and the willingness to work hard work will make you a STAR and I am sure that no one has the
ability to stop the STAR to twinkle.
I congratulate all the students who have worked hard for the magazine. This consistency and strong efforts will
make you successful in your life.
Thank you very much for giving me an opportunity to be a part of this endeavour of building the foundation of the
long route to knowledge.
Future is not, what we plan for tomorrow
It's the result of, what we do today…!!!!!!!!
So, Do the best in your present and enjoy the future
Wish you all, Best Luck for Your Every Efforts






What is NFC?

Near-field communication (NFC) is a wireless connectivity technology that enables short-range communication between
electronic devices. Jointly developed by Philips and Sony, NFC connects consumer devices and enables rapid and easy
communication. It is a communication’s solution aimed at controlling data in an increasingly complex and connected
world. Its intuitive operation makes it easy for consumers to use, while its security features makes it suitable for payment
and ticketing applications. NFC comes in the form of an integrated chip in the mobile handsets operating at a frequency
of 13.56 MHz over 10-15 cm range; thus enabling the data transfer. Most recently Mobile Brand Nokia has launched a
handset C7 with integrated NFC chip in the Indian market.

What is a KIOSK?

A KIOSK is an interactive computer terminal featuring specialized hardware and software designed within a public exhibit
that provides access to information and applications for the communication, commerce, entertainment and education.
The most common examples of KIOSKs around us are the ATM machines, Railway Smart Card ticket issuing system etc.

How the emergence of NFC will affect the rise of KIOSKs in India?

Since years, the Indian public has been relying on the cash mode of payments in any requirements. Cashless mode of
Payments such use of credit cards, debit cards, net banking have come up off-late. However according to statistics
provided by RBI, utilization of any cashless mode is only 11.1% per annum.One of the major reasons has been due to the
ignorance and unawareness about the reliable use of technology. Due to a boom in the mobile handset market, masses
of the Indian public has become tech-slavy. Also due to many social networking platforms and internet enabled services
people have gained good technological knowledge. Banking on this factor, NFC enabled money solutions is the future.

Basically, the NFC chip in a person's mobile will be synchronized directly to a person's bank account through which he
wishes to pay. This totally eliminates the need of any credit money, prepaid voucher, internet settings etc. Thus, due to
this we have brought all the mobile users to common ground. As a result for money transactions, people will not have to
carry any credit cards etc and will just be carrying their mobile handsets i.e. is prevalent today on a large scale. Thus, this
has simplified the way of money transfer.

What this will result into?

Since, nearly everyone is likely to be using NFC enables mobile handsets in near future, because many big players such as
Motorola, Apple, Sony have already started launching NFC enabled handsets at a brisk pace. Thus, people of all ages will
be able to buy any products, items or services directly from a KIOSK at a much cheaper price. This will create a good
bonding between the customer and the company. The services are likely to grow in every field since NFC has a big scope.

The bigger companies can easily use this as a reliable solution to reach to the villages and fill the gap in the logistics and
supply in the country. This will enable them to gain subsidiaries from the Government, thus again leading to cost cutting
and good solutions to villages in good aspects.

-Mayuresh Dhawankar

New Chairman of Infosys Technologies - KV Kamath 1


“Green computing” can encompass a wide range of strategies, from laptop disposal to
power strip usage to equipment manufacturing.
In general, the umbrella term seeks to describe any tactic related to IT that serves to benefit the environment or at least
have a minimal impact on it. Even reduced printer paper usage can be dubbed as green computing. Large server farms
and huge data centers can implement green computing plans in a meaningful way, but what about small businesses with
only a handful of employees? It turns out that even some minor green-focused shifts can make a difference, too. Best of
all, green computing tactics tend to boost efficiency in an office, which means lower utility bills and reduced expenses.
Here are some tips for going green:

Implement “server virtualization”: This popular IT tactic involves using one server and dividing it into multiple
environments, rather than using multiple servers that are dedicated to one application or one department each. Several
“servers” run on one machine instead. The strategy has been shown to improve server utilization, improve hardware
costs and boost business continuity. Because it eliminates the need for more server purchases, virtualization is
considered as a big step in the green computing direction.
“This has the greatest potential impact for businesses that have multiple servers and are running out of space, power and
cooling to keep them running,” says Dave Walstad, vice president of sales and marketing at Minneapolis-based Virteva,
an IT business. “Many times you can have a 10-to-1 reduction in servers.”

Create strong power management: Even small organizations can squander energy by leaving machines on during
evenings and weekends. Although the machines might be in “sleep” mode, some still draw power and those with
graphics-heavy screensavers can take even more power than when they're in use.
Fortunately, there are numerous software packages available that offer power management. These apps shut down the
PCs at night and wake them up in the morning. Even better, the software can track power disruption and issue alerts if
there's a problematic power spike affecting an office's equipment.

Use cloud computing: The cloud allows companies to move their essential business applications to a Web-based
environment, which boosts access and can increase data storage capacity.
“The cloud is not some magical place where all technology works in harmony,” says James Matheson, president of
Network Medics, a Minneapolis-based IT support company.
“It's simply a way to operate business functions like backup, email and line-of-business applications over the Internet as
a service. This eliminates onsite equipment and transitions the load to highly efficient data centers.”

Employ a BYO strategy: Walstad points out that most current and prospective employees have their own laptops.
“Implement systems that allow them to use these machines at work, securely,” he says. “Do we really need a home PC
and a work PC? Those in the green movement say no.”
The ability for employees to use their own computers reduces the capital expenditures for a business. Walstad also think
the strategy improves employees' satisfaction because they can use the type of equipment they like.
This tactic does have challenges, though. Security, interoperability, repair and application access might all crop up as
issues. But if a company is highly virtual — accessing apps through the Web, using cloud computing, collaborating via
Google Docs, etc. — employing so-called BYO technology can be highly beneficial and green.

Nearly any strategy that saves power, reduces cooling and heating costs and eliminates the need for more purchasing can
be dubbed as “green computing,” in many cases. Not only are these tactics good for the environment, but they tend to
save companies a nice bit of green as well.

-Deepak Yadav
------------***------------ VIII Sem, CSE

2 New CEO of Infosys Technologies - S. D. Shibulal


So you don't want to join pencil stubs and make a long pencil. No worries, we have another alternative, how about using
them to print on paper. Yes, like a printer that uses pencil to print your documents. Traditional don't you think? I feel the
concept gets even more radical because it proposes the use of eraser to erase off mistakes! Do I hear my office scream in
delight; no more cartridge woes!

When you write with a pencil instead of a pen, you can always erase what you've written and use the paper again.
However, how many of us would go to the trouble of erasing? I know I don't bother to, so I use pens to write, most of the

Well, what if someone were to invent a machine that will do the erasing for you? Here's how this concept Pencil Printer by
Hovoung Lee looks like.


It's a printer that prints using lead, and it is able to erase what's been printed This printer changes laser printer of ink
powder to pencil powder. So, it can write and erase. Then it can recycle to use paper. And stubby pencil till up to grind


This printer grinds stubby pencil lead and mechanical pencil lead inside cylinder. And the stubby pencil lead burn by
electricity. So, wood and lead can separate.

You Can

- Print on the paper by pencil lead.
- Erase printing paper by eraser
- Save the tree.

-Anshuma Bulbule
CEO of Reliance Industries - Mukesh Ambani 3

What is a Computer Virus?

A virus is a computer code that has been designed to “spread” and replicate itself by passing from computer to
computer. It is a piece of software that piggybacks on legitimate programs like Excel, Word, WordPerfect, Outlook, etc…
When the program is run, the virus is triggered to run too. Viruses can be destructive in nature, and can cause a wide
range of problems ranging from operating system and file corruption to getting blamed for email spamming. Some
viruses are just annoying, but cause no damage.

How do Computers get Viruses?

Viruses usually find their way into computers through networks (local networks as well as the internet) by taking
advantage of unlatched security vulnerabilities (holes) in software or by receiving an infected file via email, download or
shared disk. Depending on the type of virus, it may be embedded in an Excel or Word file, or may be designed to infect
upon the opening of an email. Once infected, a computer can literally infect thousands of other computers by quietly
spreading the virus without the virus without the user even knowing about it.

How to Protect Against Computer Viruses

Computer viruses are highly prevalent in our word today, and unless your computer is running as a stand-alone machine
with no connection to the internet and you never transfer files to it from floppy, USB or CDROM, it is essential to use some
form of antivirus software. Antivirus software is designed to identify and destroy (or isolate) all viruses as they are
introduced to your computer. Because new viruses are introduced every day, even the best antivirus software might not
work if it is not updated regularly. For an anti virus solution to work properly, its database must be updated regularly with
the newest virus definition files.

How Anti Virus Software Works

Virus definition files tell the antivirus software what code characteristics to loop for while monitoring your computer.
When a certain file type or activity occurs that matches a characteristic, the antivirus software blocks the execution of
code and alerts you that a virus has been found. The virus is then isolated and destroyed.

Hundreds of new computer viruses are introduced onto the internet each week, and as antivirus software developers
find these new viruses, they create updates of the virus “definitions” in order to provide the antivirus software with a way
to identify and destroy even the newest of viruses. It is extremely important to update your antivirus software every day
in order to make sure you have the most current virus definition available. Fortunately, most modern antivirus software
comes with an “automatic update” feature that makes this task a onetime “set it and forget it” kind of thing.

The Importance of Automatic Updates and Antivirus Subscription Renewal

Anti virus software requires an annual subscription, which keeps the automatic update feature working, and also makes
sure you have the most recent release of the product. Many people make the mistake of purchasing antivirus software,
which normally includes 12 months of updates, and then forget to renew their subscription the next year. When the
antivirus update subscription runs out, automatic updates stop leaving your PC vulnerable to all new viruses. If you're
running antivirus software, be sure to check it regularly to make sure it's updating daily. If not, chances are your
subscription ran out and you missed the email notification.

-Sushama Sonkusare

4 CEO of Pepsi Co. - Indra Nooyi

Today the World is looking at Renewable energy with renewed interests.
Primary reason being:
ŸLimited availability of Fossil fuels
ŸGlobal warming
ŸDrain on Economic wealth

Concept of Renewable Energy
Renewable energy sources also called non-conventional energy are sources that are continuously replenished by natural
processes. For example, solar energy, wind energy, bio-energy - bio-fuels grown sustainably, hydropower etc., are some
of the examples of renewable energy sources. A Renewable Energy System converts the energy found in sunlight, wind,
falling-water, sea-waves, geothermal heat, or biomass into a form, we can use such as heat or electricity. Most of the
renewable energy comes either directly or indirectly from sun and wind and can never be exhausted, and therefore they
are called renewable. However, most of the world's energy sources are derived from conventional sources-fossil fuels
such as coal, oil, and natural gases. These fuels are often termed non-renewable energy sources. Although, the available
quantity of these fuels are extremely large, they are nevertheless finite and so will in principle 'run out' at some time in
the future . Renewable energy sources are essential flow of energy, whereas the fossil and nuclear fuels are, in essence,
stocks of energy.

Solar Energy

Solar energy is the most readily available and free source of energy since prehistoric times. It is estimated that solar
energy equivalent to over 15,000 times the world's annual commercial energy consumption reaches the earth every
year. India receives solar energy in the range of 5 to 7 kWh/m2 for 300 to 330 days in a year. This energy is sufficient to set
up 20 MW solar power plants per square kilometer land area. Solar energy can be utilized through two different routes,
as solar thermal route and solar electric (solar photovoltaic) routes. Solar thermal route uses the sun's heat to produce
hot water or air, cook food, drying materials etc. Solar photovoltaic uses sun's heat to produce electricity for lighting
home and building, running motors, pumps, electric appliances, and lighting.

Solar Thermal Energy Application

In solar thermal route, solar energy can be converted into thermal energy with the help of solar collectors and receivers
known as solar thermal devices. The Solar-Thermal devices can be classified into three categories:
1. Low-Grade Heating Devices - up to the temperature of 100°C.
2. Medium-Grade Heating Devices -up to the temperature of 100°-300°C
3. High-Grade Heating Devices -above temperature of 300°C Low-grade solar thermal devices are used in solar
water heaters, air-heaters, solar cookers and solar dryers for domestic and industrial applications.

Solar water heaters

CEO of Mahindra & Mahindra - Anand Mahindra 5
Most solar water heating systems have two main parts: solar collector and a storage tank. The most common collector is
called a flat-plate collector. It consists of a thin, flat, rectangular box with a transparent cover that faces the sun, mounted
on the roof of building or home. Small tubes run through the box and carry the fluid – either water or other fluid, such as
an antifreeze solution – to be heated. The tubes are attached to an absorber plate, which is painted with special coatings
to absorb the heat. The heat builds up in the collector, which is passed to the fluid passing through the tubes.

Solar Flat plate collector
An insulated storage tank holds the hot water. It is similar to water heater, but larger is size. In case of systems that use
fluids, heat is passed from hot fluid to the water stored in the tank through a coil of tubes. Solar water heating systems
can be either active or passive systems. The active systems, which are most common, rely on pumps to move the liquid
between the collector and the storage tank. The passive systems rely on gravity and the tendency for water to naturally
circulate as it is heated. A few industrial application of solar water heaters are listed below:
‰ Hotels: Bathing, kitchen, washing, laundry applications
‰ Dairies: Ghee (clarified butter) production, cleaning and sterilizing, pasteurization
‰ Textiles: Bleaching, boiling, printing, dyeing, curing, ageing and finishing
‰ Breweries & Distilleries: Bottle washing, wort preparation, boiler feed heating
‰ Chemical /Bulk drugs units: Fermentation of mixes, boiler feed applications
‰ Electroplating/galvanizing units: Heating of plating baths, cleaning, degreasing applications
‰ Pulp and paper industries: Boiler feed applications, soaking of pulp.

Solar Cooker
Solar cooker is a device, which uses solar energy for cooking, and thus saving fossil fuels, fuel wood and electrical energy
to a large extent. However, it can only supplement the cooking fuel, and not replace it totally. Solar-cooker is sufficient for
4 to 5 members and saves about 3 to 4 cylinders of LPG every year. The life of this cooker is up to 15 years. This cooker
costs around Rs.1000 after allowing for subsidy. Solar cookers are widely available in the market.

Solar Electricity Generation
Solar Photovoltaic (PV): Photovoltaic is the technical term for solar electric. Photo means "light" and voltaic means
"electric". PV cells are usually made of silicon, an element that naturally releases electrons when exposed to light.
Amount of electrons released from silicon cells depend upon intensity of light incident on it. The silicon cell is covered
with a grid of metal that directs the electrons to flow in a path to create an electric current. This current is guided into a
wire that is connected to a battery or DC appliance. Typically, one cell produces about 1.5 watts of power. Individual cells
are connected together to form a solar panel or module, capable of producing 3 to 110 Watts power. Panels can be
connected together in series and parallel to make a solar array, which can produce any amount of Wattage as space will
allow. Modules are usually designed to supply element that naturally releases electrons. when exposed to light. Amount
of electrons released from silicon cells depend upon intensity of light incident on it. The silicon cell is covered with a grid
of metal that directs the electrons to flow in a path to create an electric current. This current is guided into a wire that is
connected to a battery or DC appliance. Typically, one cell produces about 1.5 watts of power. Individual cells are
connected together to form a solar panel or module, capable of producing 3 to 110 Watts power. Panels can be
connected together in series and parallel to make a solar array, which can produce any amount of Wattage as space will
allow. Modules are usually designed to supply electricity at 12 Volts. PV modules are rated by their peak Watt output at
solar noon.

Solar Water Pumps
In solar water pumping system, the pump is driven by motor run by solar electricity instead of conventional electricity
drawn from utility grid. A SPV water pumping system consists of a photovoltaic array mounted on a stand and a motor-
pump set compatible with the photovoltaic array. It converts the solar energy into electricity, which is used for running
the motor pump set. The pumping system draws water from the open well, bore well, stream, pond, canal etc

“By the Year 2030,India should achieve Energy Independence through Solar power and other forms of renewable
energy” DR A.P.J Abdul Kalam Former President of India, in his Independence Day speech, 2005.

-Saurabh Wakde
6 CEO of ICICI Bank – Chanda Kochhar

One of our goals in designing the Super Grid has been to ensure that it can accept inputs from a wide variety of
generators, from the smallest rooftop solar panel and farmyard wind turbine to the largest assemblage of nuclear
reactors. The largest facilities constrain many basic design decisions, however. and the renewable still face tremendous
challenges in offering the enormous additional capacity required for the next 20 years. So we built our concept on a
foundation of fourth-generation nuclear power.

Super Cables: -
These cables use copper oxide-based superconducting tape cooled by liquid nitrogen at 77 Kelvin's. Using liquid
hydrogen for coolant would drop the temperature to 20 Kelvin's, into the superconducting range of new compounds
such as magnesium diboride
All demonstrations of super conducting cables so far have used AC power, even though only DC electricity can travel
without resistance. The Super Cable we have designed includes a pair of DC superconducting wires, one at plus 50,000
volts, the other at minus 50,000 volts, and both carrying 50,000 amps—a current far higher than any conventional wire
could sustain. Such a cable could transmit about five gigawatts for several hundred kilometres at nearly zero resistance
and line loss. (Today about a tenth of all electrical energy produced by power plants is lost during transmission.) Because
a Super Cable would use hydrogen as its cryogenic coolant, it would transport energy in chemical as well as electrical
form. Next-generation nuclear plants can produce either electricity or hydrogen with almost equal thermal efficiency. So
the operators of nuclear clusters could continually adjust the proportions of electricity and “hydricity” that they pump
into the Super Grid to keep up with the electricity demand while maintaining a flow of hydrogen sufficient to keep the
wires superconducting.

SuperCables could transport
energy in both electrical and chemical form.
Electricity would travel nearly resistance-free through pipes
(red)made of
a superconducting material.Chilled hydrogen flowing
as a liquid (blue) inside the
conductors would keep their temperature near absolute zero. A
SuperCable with
two conduits, each about a meter
in diameter, could simultaneously transmit five
gigawatts of electricity and 10 gigawatts of thermal power.


CEO of Aditya Birla Group – Dr. Santrupt Misra 7

Super Cables would carry many times the power of existing transmission lines, which helps the economic case for burial.
But the potential for further technology innovation and the limits imposed by the economics of underground
construction need more exploration. To jump-start the Super Grid, and to clarify the costs, participants in the 2004
SuperGrid workshop proposed constructing a one-kilometer-long Super-Cable to carry several hundred megawatts. This
first segment would simply test the superconducting components, using liquid nitrogen to cool them.
Beyond that, price may largely determine whether any country will muster the political and social will to construct a
Super Grid. The investment will undoubtedly be enormous: perhaps $1 trillion in today's dollars and in any case beyond
the timescale attractive to private investment. It is difficult to estimate the cost of a multidecade, multigenerational
Super Grid effort. But one can judge the ultimate benefits: a carbonless, ecologically gentle domestic energy
infrastructure yielding economic and Physical security.

Significant reductions in consumption of fossil fuels will require replacement of this energy using alternative sources.
However, since most options for alternative energy generation require remote locations, the energy must be transmitted
using an intermediate form – electricity or hydrogen being the only two viable options. The Energy SuperGrid Workshop
was organized around a vision in which electricity and hydrogen together will provide complementary energy forms for
society in the 21st Century. This vision proposes a synergism between electricity and hydrogen, a synergism that was
recognized thirty years ago and the insights from that period are still valid today.
The need for the superconducting cables arises because of the current stress on the existing ac transmission grid. In most
urban areas there is little spare transmission capacity and few available right-of-ways for the construction of new lines.
Replacing the annual 26.7 Quad of petroleum-based transportation energy, an amount equal to more than 70% of the
current electricity usage, with hydrogen will require either new hydrogen pipelines or large amounts of electric energy to
generate the hydrogen locally. The SuperGrid proposal addresses both issues through its subterranean
electric/hydrogen “energy pipeline.”

Alternatives where hydrogen might be predicted directly also exist, in the broadest sense the Energy SuperGrid
combines the vision of the “Hydrogen Economy” with a futuristic vision of continued electrification.


What would be the benefits of the Energy SuperGrid? Will they justify a large national investment? In the history of
technology, social structure has been significantly altered on a century time scale by the slow diffusion of new
technological developments; for example, the steam engine, electricity, wire and wireless communication, internal
combustion engine, jet engine, microprocessor, internet, etc. These are all enablers of technologies that led to social
change. In a more modest way, a demonstrated SuperGrid might result in such change. The future energy sources will be
a mix of old and new options. The SuperGrid concept may be a stimulant for new options. In opening remarks at the
Workshop, Dr. Starr enumerated possible outcomes that may provide motivational background that flow from the
operational character of the SuperGrid.Minimizes virtual distance between source and load with a no-loss expandable
power line. On a large enough scale, the SuperGrid minimizes the distance constraint most notably between the east and
west coasts. On a smaller scale it could connect regional transmission networks. It would thus provide a back-up supply
for regional outages due to weather extremes, and similar unpredictable events.

-Shubhangi Gijbhiye

8 CEO of HCL - Vineet Nayar


“Speak to the hand, because the face, it ain't listening” is a phrase that I am quite sure that many of us has heard of
before. Now this statement would be less funny and a whole lot more serious if the person dispensing said statement
were to be extremely buffed up, one whose physical size doubles yours. Well, perhaps that guy must have spent way too
much time with the $39.95 Talking Hand Strengtheners.
We know what hand strengtheners are like, and it is ideal to de-stress with it especially when you are at the office trying
to figure out a solution to a rather difficult problem, but why not infuse some technology into the entire shebang? In a
nutshell, the Talking Hand Strengtheners will verbally announce results as you exercise, doing away with the distraction
of tracking statistics visually. Other than that, it works just like any other hand strengtheners as each squeeze of the
device's handgrip would strengthen the extensor muscles in your hands, wrists, and elbows, while helping reduce the

painful symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome, tennis elbow, and tendonitis. Some of the announcements include the
force of the current squeeze, the accumulated force of all squeezes, total number of repetitions, and maximum squeeze
force (up to 110 lbs.) in a pleasant female voice, with the slew of statistics being shown off on an LCD panel. Of course,
sometimes when you need a little peace and quiet, just mute it, and also save on the two AAA batteries that are required
to run it.

-Shivangi Singh
------------***------------ VIII SEM, ETRX

Color Capture Car R/C

Are you on the lookout for a new remote control toy in order to live out your childhood fantasies? After all, back when you
were a wee lad, you were unable to own one of those remote controlled toys simply because your parents decided that
getting one of those for you would spoil you, not to mention the money could have been better spent elsewhere. Well,
now that you are working and are your own man, Think geek tempts you with the $29.99 Color Capture Car R/C.

This is one unique remote controlled toy car, where it not only responds to your command from the remote in your hand,
it also has a chameleon-like capability, as it captures color from a particular surface to change its lights to be as close as
possible to the captured color. To make sure that it does not just go around in circles or figure of 8s on the floor, the Color
Capture Car R/C will feature a rotating front axle that allows you to perform fun stunts and tricks. Of course, since it relies
on LEDs, bright colors are reproduced best, while dark shades like dark browns and black cannot be reproduced. The
remote control is powered by a couple of AA batteries, while the car itself can be charged via a power adapter.

-Rahul Giripunje
------------***------------ VI SEM, ETRX

CEO of - Sanjeev Bikhchandani 9

Can you remember the first time when you received your driver's license? The feeling was definitely an exhilarating one,
no? Of course, over the course of time, you might find that driving is a chore, especially when you have to juggle the
timetable of three children who
happen to have a daily schedule that is more packed than the President himself, apart from having to crawl through the
daily traffic gridlock. Let us assume you have a musical streak in you, and you might want to blow off some steam right
smack in the middle of the traffic jam

by playing a set of drums. They are no ordinary drums, but I am referring to “Reinventing the Wheel (RITW),” which is a
steering wheel cover that allows you to entertain yourself (and perhaps the rest of the passengers) whenever you are
tuning in to your car stereo.

-Sayli Kose

The iPad is a tablet that has achieved its fair share of accolades, and you can basically find an app that does just about
anything you want to with a tablet on it. Well, peripherals for the iPad have not been
entirely the most interesting market to look at, as majority of the peripherals rolled out for it tend to be protective cases
and covers, including those that come with a built-in keyboard so that you have a pseudo-Ultra book of sorts on the go.
Well, the $149.95 iPad Document Scanner is certainly something else altogether.

In a nutshell, the iPad Document Scanner functions as a device that is capable of scanning documents straight to an iPad.
This scanner will be able to feed pictures as well as documents automatically, up

to 8 1/2″ x 14″ in size, before converting them to the JPEG file format, where they are subsequently stored on a docked
iPad. This does away with the need to scan documents to a computer before they

are transferred over to an iPad, as the device will save the scanned images straight to the iPad's camera roll. The scanning
progress will be shown in real time on the iPad, and you will be able to enjoy images which have been scanned at 300 dpi
resolution, paving the way for you to carry preserved documents in their digital formats in clear, full-color glory.
Whenever your iPad is docked, the scanner will take this opportunity to juice itself up as well.

-Ankita Kurekar
------------***------------ VIII SEM, ETRX

10 Worlds Richest Person - Carlos Slim


The Information Revolution is quickly transitioning into an Augmented Technological Revolution. The previous ways that
humanity interfaces with the world are being replaced with revolutionary mobile platforms. This has profound
implications for the international system over the next few decades. Both the way it will soon operate and the autonomy
of advanced artificial intelligence will create new dimensions beyond strictly human interactions.

Augmented Reality (AR) is presently extending the Information Age a step further. AR is defined as the real-time digital
enhancement of reality. This is currently being accomplished through software applications using cell phones, digital
goggles, GPS, video cameras, sensors, microphones, CPU, internet and digital voice assistance in real-time. One's reality
is instantly enhanced by literally adding a digital, or artificial, layer of reality.

One example of AR includes a Heads-Up Display (HUD) which is the process of looking through a transparent surface, like
eye glasses, and seeing instant relevant information displayed over one's vision. Google has been instrumental in
developing this process through their “Glass” project which is expected to be commercially available to the public by the
end of 2014.

Soldiers using AR will be able to easily differentiate between friend and foe. They will receive real-time information on
everything from their environment to mission updates. They will be able to connect with autonomous weapon systems
right on the battlefield, working alongside robotic weapon systems.

The technology has already been used by U.S. Marine mechanics to help them with more efficient repairs. Detailed
specifications, for instance, can instantaneously be displayed through goggles when looking over an engine. Other
branches of armed forces continue to use and develop new adaptations.

In addition to AR devices, other augmented technologies will include human exoskeleton systems, mechanical implants,
and even cognitive interfaces that can mesh technology directly to the brain via an electro-encephalogram (EEG). This
process interprets brain waves and translates them to a computer or device without the need of a mouse, hands, or
gestures. A growing international market is selling this Brain Computer Interface (BCI) technology to the public today. A
growing international market is selling BCI technology to the public today, allowing users to navigate the virtual world,
interface with desktop computers, make phone calls, play games, and control robotic machines without any physical

The global information system is no longer based purely on human thought processes. It is now a multidimensional
complexity, composed of necessary layers of influence and interaction, including nature, the human, the augmented,
and the artificial.

Of the dimensions, three of them—nature, the human, and the artificial—will within a decade define the true global
environment as causal realms of self-sustaining systems that work independently and cross over with each other in
increasingly complex networks. The augmented dimension is not a true dimension but a bridge that links the human to
the other three.

The old international relations models relied on the human layer directly above nature only. They understood nature-
human, human-nature, and human-human interactions. Each new layer beyond the human or nature dimension will
permit a greater amount of non-human and non-nature interaction. The new era predicted long ago is finally now gaining
momentum—human-to machine and machine-to-machine interactions are increasing the norms of international

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The challenge for societies will be to utilize these technological “augments” the most intelligent way, thereby allowing for
the projection of one's political and social influence in globalist interactions.

Before the machines take over, however, the Augmented Technological Revolution adds further attributes to the
potential of deciphering the human thoughts using: faster computer processors, better software predictive models, and
individualized brain mapping techniques. With the help of machines, humans may even be able to read minds in the

Yes, in the sense of collecting more data on personal preferences and beliefs, instant profile updates, gauging intentions,
identifying brain patterns and signatures, and predicting the most likely behaviors of a human actor in real-time.
No, in that the present and emergent technology will not have a perfect representation of an individual's intentions. Even
with a perfect profile, the human remains a black box with potential deviation from or radical random action. Still, neural
feedback is not just a one-way communication and BCI devices by the midcentury will not only be able to interpret an
individual's unique signature and waves associating a person's basic thoughts, but eventually be able to influence them
as well. Be sure to purchase the BCI headsets that do not allow incoming hackers the ability to stimulate your nervous

Humor aside, the 21st century is not necessarily one ruled by machines, but certainly one that is ruled alongside with
them. It is not just the people of the world that will fall behind without adopting augmented and artificial intelligence
technologies—governments that ignore them will appear a generation inferior to the ones that intelligently put them to
use. Only by considering an international actor's “perception” of the world, which will also include understanding
augmented technologies and non-human agents, will the burgeoning international political system be understood


12 New Chairman of TATA Group - Cyrus Pallonji Mistry


University of Leicester experts have held discussions with military personnel in Afghanistan following the discovery of
new technology to identify fingerprints on metal.

Dr John Bond, a forensic research scientist at the University of Leicester and scientific support manager at
Northamptonshire Police, has worked with a team from the University Department of Chemistry to develop the novel

The state-of-the-art forensic method that can identify fingerprints on bullets could now be used on bombs. The new
techniques can pick up fingerprints on metal even after they have been wiped off.

After the research was published earlier this year, Dr Bond has been approached by military personnel in Afghanistan to
discuss potential use of the technique.

Dr Bond is investigating whether the technique can be used to find prints on roadside bombs. It would mean recovered
fragments of bombs could be tested for prints put on it while it was manufactured.

Dr Bond said " We have developed a method that enables us to 'visualise fingerprints' even after the print itself has been
removed. We conducted a study into the way fingerprints can corrode metal surfaces.

The technique can enhance - after firing- a fingerprint that has been deposited on a small calibre metal cartridge case
before it is fired.

"For the first time we can get prints from people who handled a cartridge before it was fired. Wiping it down, washing it in
hot soapy water makes no difference - and the heat of the shot helps the process we use.

"The procedure works by applying an electric charge to a metal - say a gun or bullet - which has been coated in a fine
conducting powder, similar to that used in photocopiers.

"Even if the fingerprint has been washed off, it leaves a slight corrosion on the metal and this attracts the powder when
the charge is applied, so showing up a residual fingerprint.

"The technique works on everything from bullet casings to machine guns. Even if heat vaporises normal clues, police will
be able to prove who handled a particular gun.”

Dr Bond said they had found the method worked well on certain metals including brass which is often used for bullet

-Prashant Raut
------------***------------ VIII Sem, MCA

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Incandescent light bulb
In the beginning, there was darkness.

It wasn't until the 19th century that artificial light was first generated. The big leap came in the 1880s, when Thomas
Edison lit homes with the incandescent bulb. Since then, for the next 130 years, incandescents ruled the nights, the
roads, and especially the Christmas tree.
But now, the incandescent light bulb, one of the most venerable inventions of its era but deemed too inefficient for our
own, will be phased off the U.S. market beginning in 2012 under the new energy law just approved by Congress. In Europe
alsom the stage has been set for the imminent death of the incandescent light bulb. And the rest of the World is also
following the same. Already many stores across the world stopped stocking the good old bulbs already.
The days of the traditional incandescent bulb look numbered because these electricity-sapping glass orbs have fallenout
of favour with environmentally-conscious governments,And waiting in the wings is a new breed of hi-tech light based on
the humble LED (light-emitting diode), the small lights found in everything from TV remote controls to bike lights. Not
only do they promise to solve the bulb's environmental woes, their backers say they will also respond intelligently to your
surroundings and even influence the way we behave.
Efficient LED technology looks set to flick the switch on traditional incandescent lightbulbs forever, say researchers.

Already, the efficiency and long life of LEDs is making them a popular – if costly – option in places where changing bulbs is
inconvenient or expensive, such as in motorway lights, traffic signals, airport runways or on large buildings and bridges.
For example, the Louvre museum in Paris is currently replacing 4,500 bulbs with LED equivalents, a change that is
expected to result in a 73% reduction in energy consumption. Plans are also in place to replace the 25-year-old lighting
system that illuminates Tower Bridge in London with LED lighting in time for the 2012 Olympic Games.An assortment of
LED lightbulbs that are commercially available as of 2010 as replacements for screw-in bulbs
LEDs, it is claimed, will help overcome these problems. These tiny lights were invented by GE in the early 1960s and were
initially only available in red, a property that defined the look of early pocket calculators and digital watches. Over the
years, however, more colours have appeared.
People still use vacuum tubes for some applications, and similarly incandescent bulbs may never go away completely. But
it is not a question of if, but of when LED lighting will be the norm throughout the world.
We are only just at the start of the LED lighting revolution, and you may never look up at the ceiling in the same way again.

-Vikram Bhagat
VIII Sem, CSE and
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Apple computers
It was favorite fruit of Steve Jobs. He was three months late in filling a name for the business and he threatened to call his
company Apple computer if the other colleagues didn't suggest a better name by 5 o'clock.

It is not an acronym as popular believed. It is short form of San Francisco.

This named was formed by using COM for computer and PAQ to denote a small integral object.

The name started as a joke boasting about the amount of information the search engine would be able to sear originally
named 'Google', a word for the number represented by 1 followed by 100 zeros. After founders Stanford graduate
students Sergey Brin and page presented their project to an angle investor, the received a cheque made out to 'Google’

Founder jack smith got the idea of accessing e-mail via the web from a computer anywhere in the world. When Sabeer
Bhatia comes up with the business plan for the mail service, he tried all kinds of names but in ending he finally settled for
hotmail as it included the letter “HTML” the programming language used to write web pages. It was initially referred to as
HoTMaiL with selective uppercasing.

Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard tossed a coin to decide whether the company they founded would be called Hewlett

Bob Noyce and Gorden Moore wanted to name their new company 'Morre Noyce' but that was already trademarked by a
hotel chain so they has to settle for an acronym of INTegrated Electronic.

Coined by Bill Gates to represent the company that was devoted to MICROcomputer SOFTware. Originally christened

Founder Paul Galvin came up with this name when his company started manufacturing radios for cars, the popular radio
company at that time was called Victoria.

It originated from the latin word 'sonus' meaning sound and'sonny' a slang used by Americans to refer to a bright

Founder by 4 Stanford University buddies, SUN is the acronym for Stanford University network. Andreas Bachtolsheim
built a microcomputer; Vinod Khosla recruited him and Scott MeNealy to manufacturer computers based on it and bill
joy to develop UNIX-based OS for the computer.

The word was invented by Johanthan Swift and used in his book 'Gulliver's Travels'. It reperesents a person who is
repulsive in appearance and action and is barely human. Yahoo! Founder Jerry Yang and David Filo selected the name
because they considered themselves yahoos.

------------***------------ - Nabin Singh

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-Mohit Jadon

16 New CEO of Microsoft - Steve Ballmer

Recently an element has been discovered. Its name is “Educated Unemployed”.
Symbol - EU.
Valency - o0.
Atomic weight - 0o.
Place of Acquisition:- Everywhere in the world but essentially in india.
Procedure:- Yhe ore of the element, named a “STUDENT” or “Pupil” is put in a closed perlance having many other
rooms known as “Class Room”. Then it is reacted with a substance called “KNOWLEDGE” in the presence of
catalyst called “prof.”for a long period of time. Periodically, it is cleared by means of filter paper called question
paper. Finally it is purified in the viva process then it is packed with a wrapper called mark sheet and then deposited
in employment exchange.
Equation of Reaction :- Student + Knowledge + Questions Paper + Viva process.
Properties:- the element EU has both physical & chemical properties. It has got two allotropes viz male & female.
-it is sometimes attracted and sometime repelled by a magnet of love.
-the element EU has got natural tendency towards cinema.
-it is totally soluble in liquid called ”fashion”.
-ths element EU combines with some other elements to forms new substance on large
After the element has been produced. Its weight decrease with time.
-can be used by any institute for further studies.
-EU is used on large scale by the name called non-violent political parties during elections.
The element is abundant in nature, if not used properly it may under go changes and gain the properties of harming
others. If it is well utilized, the country can earn a lot.

-Suarabh Makwane
------------***------------ VIII Sem, CSE

1. Remember that the past does not equal the future.
There is no such thing as a "run of bad luck." The reason people believe such nonsense is that the human brain
creates patterns out of random events and remembers the events that fit the pattern.

2. Refuse to make self-fulfilling prophesies.
If you believe the rest of your day will be as challenging as what's already happened, then rest assured: You'll end up
doing something (or saying) something that will make sure that your prediction comes true.

3. Get a sense of proportion.
Think about the big picture: Unless something life-changing has happened (like the death of a loved one), chances
are that in two weeks, you'll have forgotten completely about whatever it was that has your shorts in a twist today.

4. Change your threshold for "good" and "bad."
Decide that a good day is any day that you're above ground. Similarly, decide that a bad day is when somebody steals
your car and drives it into the ocean. Those types of definitions make it easy to be happy–and difficult to be sad.

5. Improve your body chemistry.
Your body and brain are in a feedback loop: A bad mood makes you tired, which makes your mood worse, and so
forth. Interrupt the pattern by getting up and moving around. Take a walk or eat something healthy.

6. Focus on what's going well.
The primary reason you're convinced it's a bad day is that you're focusing on whatever went wrong. However, for
CEO of intel - Paul S. Otellini 17

everything going badly, there are probably dozens of things going well. Make list, and post it where it's visible.

7. Expect something wondrous.
Just as an attitude of doom and gloom makes you see more problems, facing the future with a sense of wonder
makes you alive to all sorts of wonderful things that are going on, right now, everywhere around you.

------------***------------ -Pooja Kubde

I think money is not everything but it is one of the most important things we need in our lives. You need money even
to maintain your health. According to me money is necessary in life but it's not everything. With money, you can buy
a house but not home, you can buy a clock but not time, you can buy a bed but not sleep, you can buy a book but
knowledge. You can't survive without money. If you opine that you can survive without money why do you work? For
what you work? For whom you work? I don't believe that you work for the sake of working. you don't work for
pleasure, you don't spend your eight hours working just for killing the time. Even though you don't like your boss, you
go to your boring office for the sake of money. You go there everyday just to earn money.
Of course money is not that much important but yes it is! It makes us feel happy, secured, safe and calm. So we can
conclude that money is not everything but yes it is actually very important in our lives.

-Sumit Dabhade

-Yogesh Moon

18 CEO of Ferrari - Amedeo Felisa

Jerry was the kind of guy you love to hate. He was always in a good mood and always had something positive to say. When
someone would ask him how he was doing, he would reply, “If I were any better, I would be twins!”

He was a unique manager because he had several waiters who had followed him around from restaurant to restaurant.
The reason the waiters followed Jerry was because of his attitude. He was a natural motivator. If an employee was having
a bad day, Jerry was there telling the employee how to look on the positive side of the situation.

Seeing this style really made me curious, so one day I went up to Jerry and asked him, “I don't get it! You can't be a positive
person all of the time. How do you do it?” Jerry replied, “Each morning I wake up and say to myself, Jerry, you have two
choices today. You can choose to be in a good mood or you can choose to be in a bad mood.' I choose to be in a good
mood. Each time something bad happens, I can choose to be a victim or I can choose to learn from it. I choose to learn
from it. Every time someone comes to me complaining, I can choose to accept their complaining or I can point out the
positive side of life. I choose the positive side of life.”

“Yeah, right, it's not that easy,” I protested.

“Yes it is,” Jerry said. “Life is all about choices. When you cut away all the junk, every situation is a choice. You choose how
you react to situations. You choose how people will affect your mood. You choose to be in a good mood or bad mood. The
bottom line: It's your choice how you live life.”

I reflected on what Jerry said. Soon thereafter, I left the restaurant industry to start my own business. We lost touch, but
often thought about him when I made a choice about life instead of reacting to it. Several years later, I heard that Jerry did
something you are never supposed to do in a restaurant business: he left the back door open one morning and was held
up at gunpoint by three armed robbers. While trying to open the safe, his hand, shaking from nervousness, slipped off the
combination. The robbers panicked and shot him. Luckily, Jerry was found relatively quickly and rushed to the local
trauma center. After 18 hours of surgery and weeks of intensive care, Jerry was released from the hospital with fragments
of the bullets still in his body. I saw Jerry about six months after the accident. When I asked him how he was, he replied, “If
I were any better, I'd be twins. Wanna see my scars?”

I declined to see his wounds, but did ask him what had gone through his mind as the robbery took place. “The first thing
that went through my mind was that I should have locked the back door,” Jerry replied. “Then, as I lay on the floor, I
remembered that I had two choices: I could choose to live, or I could choose to die. I chose to live.”

“Weren't you scared? Did you lose consciousness?” I asked. Jerry continued, “The paramedics were great. They kept
telling me I was going to be fine. But when they wheeled me into the emergency room and I saw the expressions on the
faces of the doctors and nurses, I got really scared. In their eyes, I read, 'He's a dead man.' I knew I needed to take action.”

“What did you do?” I asked.

“Well, there was a big, burly nurse shouting questions at me,” said Jerry. “She asked if I was allergic to anything. 'Yes,' I
replied. The doctors and nurses stopped working as they waited for my reply… I took a deep breath and yelled, 'Bullets!'
Over their laughter, I told them, 'I am choosing to live. Operate on me as if I am alive, not dead.”

Jerry lived thanks to the skill of his doctors, but also because of his amazing attitude. I learned from him that every day we
have the choice to live fully. Attitude, after all, is everything

-Akshay Kadu
------------***------------ IV SEM, MCA

CEO of Hero Moto Corp - Pawan Munjal 19


Dear Friends ,
Mechanical engineers with a decade or more of experience can attest to how much their world has changed during their
careers. In the next15 years, mechanical engineering is certain to experience continuing and surprising changes.
Particularly one must be concerned about how to prepare the mechanical engineer of 2028 to have the critical
knowledge and competencies required in the future. They are looking to a future characterized by engineering large and
small scale systems, meeting the competitive edge of knowledge and embracing the collaborative advantage, regulating
global innovation, anticipating the diverse face of a global engineering profession, preparing for the technological
capabilities of the Nano-Bio future and designing at home. The following text of this article will look at each challenge

DEVELOPING SUSTAINABLY : Rapidly developing economies are adding to global environmental pressures and
competition for energy, water, and other high-demand resources. Mechanical engineering will be challenged to develop
new technologies and techniques that support economic growth and promote sustainability.

ENGINEERING LARGE & SMALL SCALE SYSTEMS : Engineers in 2028 will work at the extremes of very large and very small
systems that require greater knowledge and coordination of multidisciplinary and multi-scale engineering across greater
distances and timeframes. A new field of systems engineering will incorporate much of the knowledge and practices of
mechanical engineering.

COMPETITIVE EDGE OF KNOWLEDGE : In 2028, the ability of individuals and organizations to learn, innovate, adopt and
adapt faster will drive advanced economies. Mechanical engineering education will be restructured to resolve the
demands for many individuals with greater technical knowledge and more professionals who also have depth in
management, creativity and problem-solving.

COLLABORATIVE ADVANTAGE :The dominant players in all industries in 2028 will be those organizations that are
successful at working collaboratively. The 21st century will be defined not by conflict but by the integration of
competitive markets with new methods of collaboration.

REGULATING GLOBAL INNOVATION : Innovation, within the framework of a global economy, will remain a complex affair
in 2028. Fundamental restructuring of the regulation and protection of intellectual property on a global basis is unlikely.
As more complex technologies require greater collaboration and sharing of patents, incremental changes will occur to
produce equitable and beneficial results for the innovators and those that adopt and commercialize innovations.

DIVERSE FACE OF ENGINEERING : Demand for new technologies will sustain global demand for adequately skilled and
innovative mechanical engineers in 2028. Prospective employers will seek and promote people with unique and varied
backgrounds to maximize their potential for success in diverse cultures and situations.

THE NANO-BIO FUTURE : Nanotechnology and biotechnology will dominate technological development in the next 20
years and will be incorporated into all aspects of technology that affect our lives on a daily basis. Nano-Bio will provide
the building blocks that future engineers will use to solve pressing problems in diverse fields including medicine, energy,
water management, aeronautics, agriculture and environmental management.

DESIGNING AT HOME : By 2028, advances in computer aided design, materials, robotics, nanotechnology and
biotechnology will democratize the process of designing and creating new devices. Engineers will be able to design
solutions to local problems. Individual engineers will have more latitude to design and build their devices using
indigenous materials and labor – creating a renaissance for engineering entrepreneurs. The engineering workforce will
change as more engineers work at home as part of larger decentralized engineering companies or as independent

------------***------------ -Krishna Mohan Singh
IV Sem, Mech. Engg.

20 Inventor of wi-fi - Vic Hayes

The indicators of social empowerment of women include the base of gender inequality, sex ratios, life expectancy rates
and fertility rates which shows the general status of women in terms literacy, economic growth, availability of health care
and birth control facilities, educational status of women, age at marriage, literacy rates and participation of women
outside the home.
Violence against women is a real fact and we need to acknowledge the real tragedy behind this crime. It totally shatters
the women from the core psychologically as well as physically. It is time that community development and feminist
values are made an integral aspect of empowerment of women. Women need to be educated and made aware of their
rights and they should be encouraged to stand united against the biased and discriminating social environment which
directly and indirectly affects their psychological and physical self. Education and awareness would be a big step towards
the fight against gender based violence.. We have to accept the fact that women are constantly under the threat of
violence from various sides. The oppressive structures of the society need to be changed and oppression of women need
to be stopped but it won't happen through some quick fix solutions. The change can be only possible through social
empowerment of women at the grass root level with education and awareness.
Social empowerment of women: Issues related to social empowerment of women
When we talk of social empowerment of women then we are actually addressing various issues which might be
applicable to different parts of the world for improving the overall status of women. Among them the prominent issues
relate to education for women, health for women, nutrition for women, drinking water and sanitation for women and
their family, housing and shelter for women and their family, environment and the connection with women, participation
of women in the field of science and technology, care for women under difficult circumstances, fighting the violence
against women and rights of the girl child.
Social empowerment of women: Education for women
We need to accept the fact that gender inequality and discrimination has been the norm of the society and in this regard
it touches all aspects of a women's life. Education and training for women is one of the major goals of social
empowerment of women which need to be universally made applicable to all parts of the world. This will definitely
enhance the awareness in women which in turn will increase her confidence. A confident and well aware woman would
be able to tackle inequality and discrimination in a far better way than an ill-equipped and ill-trained woman. But on the
other hand we have to accept the fact that women and girls never had equal access to education as men and boys have.
Illiteracy is the highest among the female of the population. Women are far behind in terms of having gainful occupation
or vocation because of lack of skills and education. There is an enormous gender gap in secondary and higher education
The educational systems need to be made more accessible to women at grass root levels and they need to be revamped
to include gender sensitive educational system which prevents sex stereotyping and discrimination. Social organizations
can play a major role in universalizing education at the basic ground level. This can be achieved through increasing the
enrolment and retention rates of girl child in the primary schools and offering quality education and skills to them so that
they can stand up on their feet and live a dignified life.
Social empowerment of women: Participation of women in development of science and technology
Women's empowerment cannot be complete without their equitable participation in science and technology. Women
have special role to play in the area of science and technology. They can bring a wave of creative and generative energy in
the field of science and technology. Today their participation is restricted and limited to very less numbers because of
widespread discrimination at the basic education levels and lack of opportunities for pursuing higher studies. Social
empowerment of women: Helping women in difficult times.
Women who are victims of marital violence, deserted women and prostitutes, these women are in difficult
circumstances which are not of their own making. Social empowerment of women: Fighting against violence and
Violence against women is heinous crime against humanity. Violence can be both physical and psychological and it
happens at the domestic front as well as at other levels of the society. It is in fact openly practiced in many societies
through various forms which include customs and traditions. Girl child discrimination is the most prevalent form of
harassment seen from the early age of a child.

-Shweta Hingolikar
CEO of Google – Lawrence "Larry" Page 21

What makes life 100%successful?
A small truth to make out life 100%successful.
A B C D E F ……………………………………..Z

1 2 3 4 5 6 ……………………………………...26.
H + A + R + D + W + O + R + K
8 + 1 + 18 + 4 + 23 + 15 + 18 + 11 = 98%
K + N + O + W + L + E+D+G+E
11 + 14 + 15 + 23 + 12 + 5 + 4 + 7 + 5 =97%
L + O + V +E
12 + 15 + 22 + 5 = 54%
L + U + C + K
12 + 21 + 3 + 11 = 47%
None of them make 100%. Then what will make 100%? Money = No.
Then what ?
Answer is ATTITUDE.
A + T + T + I + T + U + D + E
1 + 20 + 20 + 9 + 20 + 21 + 4 + 5 = 100%
It is the attitude towards life and work which makes man 100% successful.

every problem has solution if we perhaps change our Attitude.

-Deepak Yadav
------------***------------ VII Sem, CSE

Friends, everyone of us know the importance to Blood in saving lives. But unfortunately many patients are still dying for
the want of blood. And this is the reality.
Over all the need of blood is increasing day by day. Presently about 80 Lack blood units are donated in our country. But if
we compare this figure with developed countries, this is only 25-30% of the blood required for our population. This
means there is great shortage of blood & many patients are dying for the want of blood, and we need to go long way in
this field in saving lives with blood. Friends, even with great development in science & technology, the artificial blood
could not be produced till date which can match the natural blood. Blood cant be produced in any factory. Only you & me
can fulfill this requirement by donating blood. And as a Responsible citizen of country, each healthy citizen of India should
donate blood on a regular basis . We need to generate the voluntary Blood Donation Movement in the society. Blood
Donation camps should be organized on regular basis. Colleges are the main source of young blood donors. Many social
organizations, NGOS, Political & Religious Organizations can plays a very vital role in this field of VBD. It is our great social
responsibility. It is the real service to the humanity. In my opinion, Donating Blood is the Greatest Work of Life by which
one can save the lives of fellow human beings.
Even if 2% of the population donates blood on regular Basis it can fulfill the blood requirement of the whole nation. But
then why there is great shortage of blood countinuously? I think there is great apathy & lot of misconcepts or myths
about blood donation in the society.
Some people think that, they have to work hard physically, they have to perform in the sports, exams are nearby; & with
blood donation they will might go weak & their stamina will go down. But this is not true. After 1 hr of blood donation one

22 CEO of Facebook – Mark Zuckerberg

can do all normal activities.
Some think that they will loose weight. Some think that, they might get some infections while donating blood.
But it not true.
We use all disposable sterile blood bags & needles & there is no such chance at all.
Some people are afraid of the Needle Prick. But let me tell you that, we use hi-tech needles which are nearly painless.
Otherwise many people might not have donated blood repeatedly.
There are many people who have donated blood more than 10 times,20 times or 50 or even more than 100 times. And
still they are absolutely healthy & active in life.
Actually donating blood on regular basis is 100% safe to our body.
Friends, Let me tell you what type of patients need blood?
While treatment of the patient Drs need blood to save the life of the patient.
Accident cases with blood loss need blood.
Operations or surgeries need blood, One Heart surgery needs about 5-10 units of blood & components.
Patients of Anemia like Thalassemia, Sickle cell Anemia need blood. (In Thal children normal blood production process is
genetically at fault & their life is totally dependent on the blood supply from the outside.
Then Cancer patients, & their Chemotherapy Treatment need blood, Critically sick patients, Infection like Dengue,
Malaria need blood .
Anemia during Pregnancy, Excessive bleeding during Delivery, New born babies with anemia & jaundice need blood.
That means need of blood is there from the First Day of Life till the Last day of life.

------------***------------ -Parag Ukey

A - Accept you as you are N - Never Judges
B - Believes in you O - Offers support
C - Calls you just to say hi! P - Picks you up
D - Does not give up on you. Q - Quies your fear
E - Envisions the whole of you R - Raises your spirit
F - Forgive your mistakes S - Say nice things about you
G - Gives on conditionally T - Tells Truth when u need to hear
H - Helps you U - Understands you
I - Invites you over V - Values you
J - Just "be" with you W - Walks besides you
K - Keeps you close at heart X - Plain things you don't understand
L - Loves you for who you are Y - Yells when you won't listen
M - Makes a difference in your life Z - And Zaps you back to reality

------------***------------ -Niharika Dhakore

Intellectual honesty is a rare phenomenon, the possession of which is a must it you want to considered as dependable ,
intelligent and farsighted, person distinguishable from ordinary people.
Read a lot selectively and think over and from your own view this is the only way you can develop distinctive personality
and leave your indelible footprints wherever you go.
Be honest about assessing your weak points as well. Nobody has perfect qualifications and a perfect work record.
Everyone has had some failure or disappointment but the important thing is to be aware of these weak points yourself so
that you can be prepared with the best positive interpretation of them it the Board picks them up.

------------***------------ -Ekta Mall
CEO of Twitter – Jack Dorsey 23

The yardstick of engineering development of a society depends solely on life quality index of common masses living in
that society Engineering technological development of a society further depends on an absorption of scientific
developments clubbed with technological advancements Along with judicious utilization of natural resources
engineering for sustaining development will Surely improve the libel quality index of common masses of India & thereby
put our environmental growth on a strong foundation. The theme of convention is sub divided into Following sub
–themes engineering in environmental protection rocs- system and Human Intervention Industrial ecology

Environmental Audit
Environmental Impact Assessment of Technology and Transfer.

Indian Academic Institutions Imparting engineering education should understand the need of hour and extend all
possible facilities to their students so as to provide a strong foundation of
Engineering education in the country. This situation may change the scenario of India in the
Long run and ultimately provide – win situation for both the academic Instructions and
Industries of all nature in the country in future days.
With these laudable adjective, it has been decided to focus that theme for Technicians
Student convention on engineering and environment .This will provide a forum for policy maker's planners practicing
engineering and other engaged in the field of engineering and technology to understand the views of budding engineers
and to share knowledge hitherto gathered about new approaches in this vital field.

-Shubham Chaubey
-Aditya Chitnis
------------***------------ -Sachin Jaitwar

India remains one of the fastest growing economies of the world as all other countries including the fast emerging
economies of the world are going through a period of slowdown. Global economy turned adverse in September 2011,
owing to the turmoil in the euro-zone countries.However, for Indian economy, the outlook for growth and price stability
at this point looks promising. The Economic Survey expects that in the later part of 2012- early 2013 the growth rate of
GDP will pick up to 6.9% and faster beyound that. Indian economy has shown variations in WPI (Wholesale Price Index)
food inflation dropped from 20.2% in February 2010 to 1.6% in January 2012.
I would like to qoute Honourable Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's first address to the nation “Equity and
efficiency are complimentary, not contradictory, and we must move forward on both these while maintaining a high
degree of fiscal and financial discipline, and a robust external economic profile”.

As we all know that agriculture plays a key role in India's economy and has its share in GDP. With 70% of the population
engaged in Agriculture is a principal contribution to India's economic outputs. India is among the first countries in the
world to have passed legislation granting Farmers' Rights in the form of the Protection of Plant Varieties and Farmers'
Right Act, 2001 as per Farmer Rights a Case Study dated June 2006. Farming supported by various public sector
components consists the National Seed Corporation (NSC) and State Farm Corporation of India (SFCI) and 13 Seed
Corporations as per Grossman, 1991. However, in spite of large formal agricultural system in India, the majority of
farmers depend on informal seed system as per Asokan, 1991.

The overall agricultural slowdown has drastically affected GDP to reach to 2.5% as per the report of Central Statistics
Office and Agricultural Produce Marketing Committee (APMC) for the Financial Year 2011-March 2012. This has also
reduced the agricultural exports from 14.32% in 2000-01 to 10.59% in 2009-10 according to the Indian Journal for
Agricultural Science. Moreover, Growth of Indian economy had risen up in Financial Year 2011 up to 7% the Indian
Economic update March 2012 has slashed India's growth forecast to 6.5%.

24 CEO of Wipro – T K Kurien

Every now and then we come across newspaper headings and TV News channel captions, one from an old edition of
Indian Express ( Dated February 5th 2006) – “What drove three men, all cotton farmers, to kill themselves last month?
Along with 19 others in a span of days. Taking the suicide count to over 300 in the last 10 months, 1000 plus in the last five
years?” what we do is just read the story and pass on to the other pages of newspaper. In real sense we stay quite and
mum. An alarming trend has been witnessed in India in recent years with rising rates of farmers committing suicides.
There are various reasons to it

1) Higher rate of interest and indebted farmers charged by the Shahukars.
2) Uncontrolled climatic variations and environmental factors in Agriculture.
3) Crop failures due to overuse of pesticides.

Worst effected states of Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra and Karnataka have witnessed high number of suicides, while
reports have also emerged from agriculturally prosperous states like Punjab. Welcomed with released subsidy on
agricultural goods has recently been hammered by Government. With allowing stake up to 51% in multi-brand retail
sector to foreign farms with FDI (Foreign Direct Investment) of value-added farm products will flood the retail sector and
with our Indian well-to-do masses, they will opt to 'videshi' and leave the farmers' interest on back burner. Currently,
farmers get a margin on sale of their products through age-old 'mandi' system and exploitation by too many middlemen
in the supply chain management. As, per the market rate of cotton in Vidharbha per 10 quintal is Rs 35, 000 most of the
times farmers pay heavy rate of interest of 3% per month to middlemen which annually is about 36%. As also said by
noted Economist and Ecologist Vandana Shiva that cotton farmers are in the suicide belt of India. Government should
focus on bringing in more 'transparency' through commodity exchanges at rural levels by setting up Per Quintal Base Rate
for crops. It is time that we the youth force of India be united and follow the sayings of Swami Vivekananda -

“Arise! Awake! And Stop not till the goal is reached.”
It is the need of the time to focus on 'Minimum Support Price' so that farmers have time to plan cultivation instead on
jumping into Multi-Brand Retail so early.

In all 65 years of Indian Independence still we have 56 farmers committing suicide every month in India which is a serious
matter of concern for a democratic nation like India, Irrigation and Farming standards not up to the mark and many issues
still pending in the background, it makes me feel sorry as “ Real development is Rural development.” I would like to
conclude with the words of Amma, a great spiritual person M.A Math- “ In truth, the situation is worse than the third
world war, If it were war, there would be instant death- not this long, drawn out suffering. Rectifying the situation is a
Himalayan task. Only if we generate love and compassion in our hearts and come together as one we hope to make

------------***------------ -Pooja Khullarkar
II Sem, M.Tech. ECE

Even if I deny the worthyness, MY MOTHER
You realized all this with pain.
Without any kind of greatness, She's the One, She's the One
You always proved your work in vain. She's caring she's marry
How could you be so great & pure, She showed me open my eyes…..
With this type of immense love sure. Made me Talk & made me walk
I am your enslaved from now, She's my “Blue fairy”
Not realizing your love thou'. God has send her from fairy land
May my this beginning leads me to, Her touch is so soft and I am her
A future full of prosperity with you. Identity…………
She's no one except my Mother.
-Deepak Kumar Sharma
-Diksha Rahangdale II Sem, M.Tech. ECE

CEO of Bharati Enterprise – Sunil Bharati Mittal 25

One day a man saw an old lady, stranded on the side of the road, but even in the dim light of day, he could see she needed
help. So he pulled up in front of her Mercedes and got out. His Pontiac was still sputtering when he approached her.

Even with the smile on his face, she was worried. No one had stopped to help for the last hour or so. Was he going to hurt
her? He didn't look safe; he looked poor and hungry. He could see that she was frightened, standing out there in the cold.
He knew how she felt. It was that chill which only fears can put in you.

He said, “I'm here to help you, ma'am. Why don't you wait in the car where it's warm? By the way, my name is Bryan

Well, all she had was a flat tire but for an old lady, that was bad enough. Bryan crawled under the car looking for a place to
put the jack, skinning his knuckles a time or two. Soon he was able to change the tire. But he had to get dirty and his hands

As he was tightening up the lug nuts, she rolled down the window and began to talk to him. She told him that she was
from St. Louis and was only just passing through. She couldn't thank him enough for coming to her aid.

Bryan just smiled as he closed her trunk. The lady asked how much she owed him. Any amount would have been all right
with her. She already imagined all the awful things that could have happened had he not stopped.

Bryan never thought twice about being paid. This was not a job to him. This was helping someone in need, and God knows
there were plenty, who had given him a hand in the past. He had lived his whole life that way, and it never occurred to him
to act any other way.

He told her that if she really wanted to pay him back, the next time she saw someone who needed help, she could give
that person the assistance they needed, and Bryan added, “And think of me”.

He waited until she started her car and drove off. It had been a cold and depressing day, but he felt good as he headed for
home, disappearing into the twilight.

A few miles down the road the lady saw a small cafe. She went in to grab a bite to eat, and take the chill off before she
made the last leg of her trip home. It was a dingy looking restaurant. Outside were two old gas pumps. The whole scene
was unfamiliar to her. The waitress came over and brought a clean towel to wipe her wet hair. She had a sweet smile, one
that even being on her feet for the whole day couldn't erase. The lady noticed the waitress was nearly eight months
pregnant, but she never let the strain and aches change her attitude. The old lady wondered how someone who had so
little could be so giving to a stranger. Then she remembered Bryan

After the lady finished her meal, she paid with a hundred dollar bill. The waitress quickly went to get change for her
hundred dollar bill, but the old lady had slipped right out the door. She was gone by the time the waitress came back. The
waitress wondered where the lady could be. Then she noticed something written on the napkin.

There were tears in her eyes when she read what the lady wrote:”You don't owe me anything. I have been there too.
Somebody once helped me out, the way I'm helping you. If you really want to pay me back, here is what you do: Do not let
this chain of love end with you”.

Under the napkin were four more $100 .

Well, there were tables to clear, sugar bowls to fill, and people to serve, but the waitress made it through another day.
That night when she got home from work and climbed into bed, she was thinking about the money and what the lady had
written. How could the lady have known how much she and her husband needed it? With the baby due next month, it
was going to be hard….

She knew how worried her husband was, and as he lay sleeping next to her, she gave him a soft kiss and whispered soft

26 CEO of Apple – Timothy Donald "Tim" Cook

and low, “Everything' s going to be all right. I love you, Bryan Anderson”.

There is an old saying “What goes around comes around.” Today I sent you this story and I'm asking you to pass it on. Let
this light shine.

Don't delete it, don't return it. Simply, pass this on to a friend.

Good friends are like stars….You don't always see them, but you know they are always there.

------------***------------ -Amit Pachghare

In the light of crescent moon, When in quarrel ,long enough….
Savoring the science, Even if ending it is very tough….
Beneath the golden tree she stood, Stopping it may take a while….
Benighted she was, But finally all it takes is a smile…
Bereaved she was, When your mom is sad…
For she lost her loved one, Do not forget you are her favorite lad….
And was left all alone. She may scold you and create a pile…
Same was the place, To make her calm all it takes is a smile….
Where they once met, When your friend is not healthy…
Same was the place, And the assignment sheet with a smile….
Where they once embraced. On your birthday you recive gift ….
They were oppressed, But gift of dad gives you a lift…
They were rejected, Who gave you watch instead of a mobile….
Profane they turned, Still to make him happy you give a smile..
They wished to be united for eternity,
But destiny had other plan, - Seema Mourya
He left for his heavenly abode,
Leaving her to collect the reminiscences.

Sailing down the sea of emotions,
Wind caressing her hairs,
To understand the silent language of tears,
Her only companion was despair.

Teri hasi , Teri mehak ; Bohot sukun milta hai , tujhe dekh!!
Kuch jadu sa kar jati hai !! Teri jab woh aakhein mujhe dekh muskurati hai !
Mana bohot sataya hai Maine tujhe !
Teri muskurahat ,Teri chehak; Par har karwat Teri har adat mujhe apna banati hai !!
Apna sa kar jati hai !!
Himmat nahi Teri ankho me dekh yeh keh pao!
Tu na ho toh , khali si hai duniya meri!! Teri ahhmiyat kya hai shayad kabhi samjha na pao !!
Teri yade , Teri baate ..!!
Hamesha mujhe yu satati hai ..!! Teri sehmiyat, Tera Bholapan
Tujhe sabse anokha banati hai !!
Teri masumiyat , teri sadagi..!! Teri hasi , Teri mehek !!
Har kisime nazar nahi ati hai . Mujhe yu apna banati hai !!

Teri nadani , Teri har Ada !! -Sukanya Patil
Mujhe apna sa kar jati hai !! -----***-----

First man in space - Yuri Gagarin 27

We have not wings we cannot soar- ************* Friendship is what, which
But we have feet to scale and climb brings
By slow degrees - by more and more “Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham”
The cloudy summits of our time. How long
The mighty pyramids stone. “Na Tum Jano Na Hum”
But always
The wedge –like cleave of desert airs, “Hum Tumhare Hai Sanam”
When nearer seen and better known, And these will be
Are but gigantic flights of stairs. Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak *************

The distant mountains, that uprear ************* Some Friendships like
Their frowning foreheads to the skies, Raymond:
Are crossed by pathways, that uprears Suiting since 1923
As we to higher level rise. Some Like ICICI bank:
8 am to 5 pm
The heights by great men reached and kept But our Friendship likes LIC:
Were not attained by sudden flight Zindagi ke Saath bhi Zindagi ke Baad bhi
But they while their companions slept *************
Were toiling upward in the night.
************* Your Nature is Perk
Your Behavior is Coffee Bite
-Prajakta Wankhede Your Feeling is Kit- Kat
VI Sem, ECE Your mind is Munch
Your heart is Kismibar
Our relation is totally 5 Star *************

-Abhishekh Dhore
BE YOURSELF ------------***------------

Why would you want to be someone else WINNER VS LOSER
When you could be better by being yourself
Why pretend to be someone you are not The winner is always
When you have something they haven't got Part of the solution
The loser is always part of the problem.
Cheating yourself of the life you have to live The winner always has a way
Deprives others of that only which you can give The loser always has an excuse.
You have much more to offer by being just you The winner says
Than walking around in someone else's shoes I can do it.
But the loser says
Trying to live the life of another is a mistake I can not.
It is a masquerade; nothing more than a fake The winner find out
Be yourself and let your qualities show through An answer for every problem
Others will love you more for being just you But the loser finds
A problem in every answer.
Remember that God loves you just as you are The winners says
To Him you are already a bright shining star It may be difficult but it is possible.
Family and friends will love you more too But the loser says
If you spent time practicing just being you It may be possible but it is difficult

-Rajkumar R. Chalse -Swapnil Bhoyar
II Sem, M.Tech. WCC ------------***------------

28 The most Oscars winner - Walt Disney

DON'T GIVE UP AND DON'T GIVE IN. Without our sir,
MAKE THINGS HAPPEN AS YOU WISH. As well as careful about us
XCELLERATE YOUR EFFORTS. Always you make us inspire,
Somewhat same,
-Rajkumar R. Chalse Nothing is different,
IV Sem, M.Tech. WCC But one is PRESENT and
------------***------------ One is always ABSENT….

-Snehal Belkhode

I’m siting here holding a pen in my hand,
Thinking that why my life is on a stand!!

Thinking what i've lost, thinking what i've earned;
And i realized that what I've learned!!

Only I had stop !! Only m numb!!
Everything is blur , everything seems so dumb!!

Feeling everything is not meant forever,
Realizing , I should be stable now or never!!

Now when my pen started writing,
My views are only brightening !!
Smiling and ignoring is the key!!
This is only thing !! And thats really ME!!

-Bhavesh Patil

The city was the famous black hole - Calcutta 29

If a scientist makes a mistake I have a dream
It's a new Invention. To change the world
If an artist makes a mistake Where all is good
It's a new design. And made of gold
If a tailor makes a mistake Where no one yield low
It's a new fashion. and nobody is yield high
If a cook makes a mistake where all are happy
It's new recipe. you will see no one cry
If a sportsman makes a mistake where no one is poor
It's a new game. where all are the kinds
If an administrator makes a mistake Where all are equal and happy songs are sung
It's new law. Where nobody is selfish
If an educationalist makes a mistake where all work for all
It's a new principal. where jobs are big
But if a student makes a mistake and nobody is small where no one suffers
Oh !!!! It's a ZERO!!!!!! where no crooks roam
where all are free
“Time” and live in home
but its just a dream
To realize the value of one year, as the world is filled
Ask a Student who has failed in examination with crime every where
To realize the value of one month, and many get killed
Ask a mother who has given birth to a premature baby. but I still dream
To realize the value of one week, as dreams change the world
Ask an editor of a weekly. with hard work and inspiration
To realize the value of one hour, Lets change the world
Ask the lover who is waiting to meet.
To realize the value of one mind , -Sapna Jilhare
Ask a person who has missed the brain. -----***-----
To realize the value of one second,
Ask a person who has survived an accident.
To realize the value of one mill e-second,
Ask person who has won silver medal in Olympics.

-Swapnil D. Karomore
VI Sem, Civil

When we stride or stroll across the frozen lake, He needed a heart of compassion,
We place our feet where they have never been. Of encouragement, and patience;
We walk upon the unwalked. But we are uneasy. Someone who would accept
Who is down there but our old teachers? The Challenge Regardless Of The
Water that once could take no human weight- Opposition;
We were students then- holds up our feet, Someone who could see potential
And goes on ahead of us for a mile. And believe in the best in others
Beneath us the teachers, and around us the stillness So he made Teachers….
God understood our thirst for
Knowledge, And Our Need To Be Led -Umakant Tiwari
By someone wiser; ------------***------------

30 La Giaconda is better known for - Mona Lisa

Here I tell you a small success story of mine, whatever I got by virtue of my college.

I started my education in Marathi medium from childhood, made my debut in this college as an average student having
average percentage in H.S.C. in 2009, when I got admitted in this college, it was under construction, was not beautiful as it
is now! As everyone goes through the infrastructure and year of establishment of College, I also went through it and
made my entry in this college. Yes, that was the Best Decision taken by me. TGPCET has changed my life a lot in the
following way.

With the best lecturers in my 1st year, I passed it with good percentage. I was in Electronics & Communication Previously,
attended classes in the same for a month but could not make interest in that field. So, I applied to change my branch.
Management of my college allowed me to do so and I stared my journey towards civil engineering. That was life –
changing decision taken by Management for me. From that day, I never looked behind.

Just after a month in civil engineering, I was elected as president of my departmental forum. Just got a reason to move
ahead. Then, I never got back, am continuously topper of my department, got 8th rank in MPSC main examination for the
post of Assistant Engineer – II, Qualified in GATE – 2013 with good marks and planning to get admission in IIT's and NIT's,
and recently got 6th University Merit in 8th Semester RTMNU Examination. All it was impossible without the Support and
motivation I got from my college. TGPCET has given me an unique identity and took apart from the crowd. I am always
thankful to my college and I' II be.

The Aim behind telling you all these are not praising myself. It's all about for you friends to believe in yourself and in your
college. Think like if I'm here then my college is best. No matter what you were or what you are, you can be the best.
Always start a new inning.

Make the Move Man, Make the Move.
Best Wished!

-Rupesh R. Badole
------------***------------ VIII Sem, Civil

Sochne me biti wqat ki andhiya ;
Sambhalne ki koshisho me Tham sa Gaya hu !!

Suni si rate biti sune se din Kate ;
Andhero me ; sochte hi kho sa Gaya hu !!

Tham Gaya hu kaha ake Mai ; maan se ro sa Gaya hu !!

Teri muskurahat mujhe bohot sikhati si hai , Teri un muskurahato me kho sa gaya hu !!

Teri ankho me bohot geharaiya hai, un Ashruo me kho sa Gaya hu !!

Chupi hui hai bohot si bate un Ashruo me !! Sochte sochte raam sa Gaya hu , bhul Gaya hu meri tanhaiyo ko ;
Bhul Gaya hu un ulzano ko ..!! Tere hi khayalo kho sa Gaya hu !!

( dedicated to really dear friend of mine ) !!

- Himanshu Korde

in 1957 the world’s first high level programming language - IBM FORTRAN 31

Hi friends, I am Vishal Nandurkar. I accepted fetus Christ as my savior in 2003. When I didn't know who is true god, in that
time I was so sick & I was in wrong fellowship But one day I got the gospel of the God & that is “Jesus Christ came in this
world as man to show the way of life then he died on cross for our sin, he was buried & he was raised on third day & today
he is alive”. I take experience of Jesus that, he giving healing from all Sickness, he save his people from their sing, he
always with us & he wills never leave us Because, “God loved the world so that he gave hid one & only son (Jesus) for us,
that whoever believes on him shall not perish but have eternal life”.

Jesus said that “Believed on me, means you & your household will be saved”. And the men who trust a Jesus will be put to
same. Because I believed & accepted Jesus Christ I years ago & today by the grace of god I am 2nd RTMNU topper in 3rd
Sem Civil Engg. Because the word of god said that “The Fear of the lord is the beginning of wisdom & knowledge of holy
one understands”.

Today I enjoying my life in the presence & followership of Jesus because he accepts my every praye & he fulfill my every
needs & wants.

We are temple of god & that god's spirit lives in us. So, I request you don't destroy this temple of god by wrong habit,
addiction just repent yourself from bad works & Jesus will surely accept you. Because I was also accepted by Jesus I yours
ago. If you have any problems like physical, mental or family then please contact me (Mob. No -8806118054). I will pray
for you & Jesus will you freedom.

“LOVE” -----***----- - Vishal Nandurkar
IV Sem, Civil
When I saw you,
I was afraid to talk to you…..
When I talked to you,
I was afraid to hold you…..

When I hold you,
I was afraid to love you….
Now that I love you,
I am afraid to lose you….
Sometimes love hurts, “SUCCESS”
But if it doesn't hurt….
Success is the way you walk the,
Then it isn't LOVE ??? Path of life each day….
Hold on to the person you love, Its in the little things you do and in,
Before they slip away…. The things you say….
Or else you can never get them back Success is not in getting rich or rising,
And I died when you left me, High to fame….
But I lived for the two movements u love me ….. Its not alone in winning goals which,
All men hope to claim….
Until there was u, Success is being big of heart & clean,
I cried myself to sleep….. And broad of mind….
While I had you , Its being faithful to your friends and,
I fell asleep with a gentle smile on my face… To the stranger kind….
Its in the children whom you love,
Before I lost you, And all they learn from you….
I worried my self to sleep… Success depends on character and,
Now that I know you are gone, Everything you do……
I sit up at night waiting for you to come back……. ANONYMOUS !!!!

-Rohit Chauhan -Akshay Bagde
VI Sem, ECE -----***-----

32 Kimberlite contains precious item - Diamonds

Education has been a problem in our country and lack of it has been blamed for all sorts of evil for hundreds of years. Even
Rabindranath Tagore wrote lengthy articles about how Indian education system needs to change. Funny thing is that
from the colonial times, few things have changed. We have established IITs, IIMs, law schools and other institutions of
excellence; students now routinely score 90% marks so that even students with 90+ percentage find it difficult to get into
the colleges of their choice; but we do more of the same old stuff.

Rote learning still plagues our system, students study only to score marks in exams, and sometimes to crack exams. The
colonial masters introduced education systems in India to create clerks and civil servants, and we have not deviated much
from that pattern till today. If once the youngsters prepared for civil services and bank officers exams, they now prepare
to become engineers. If there are a few centers of educational excellence, for each of those there are thousands of
mediocre and terrible schools, colleges and now even universities that do not meet even minimum standards. If things
have changed a little bit somewhere, elsewhere things have sunk into further inertia, corruption and lack of ambition.

Creating a few more schools or allowing hundreds of colleges and private universities to mushroom is not going to solve
the crisis of education in India. And a crisis it is – we are in a country where people are spending their parent's life savings
and borrowed money on education – and even then not getting standard education, and struggling to find employment
of their choice. In this country, millions of students are victim of an unrealistic, pointless, mindless rat race. The mind
numbing competition and rote learning do not only crush the creativity and originality of millions of Indian students
every year, it also drives brilliant students to commit suicide.

Education system in India is failing because of more intrinsic reasons. There are systemic faults that do not let our
demand for good education translate into a great marketplace with excellent education services. Let's explore
something else in this one: what should change in India education system? What needs to be fixed at the earliest?

ŸFocus on skill based education
ŸReward creativity, original thinking, research and innovation
ŸGet smarter people to teach
ŸCounseling for students by experts
ŸKnowledge should be easily accessible.

-Sumit Roy
------------***------------ II Sem, ELECTRICAL

Even my shadow leaves me alone in dark;
Tamanna rakhata hu ajeeb si ; So why should i expect you when m alone!!
Bus do boodh annsu roh Lu !!
Why should i expect you when m low;
Maan me reh si gai hai ; bate bohot ajeeb si ; Why should i expect you,when everything's runs slow!!
Bus do boodh annsu ,Ji bhar k roh Lu !!
I know its not in my hand;
Itna mushkil , itna pareshan kyu hu Mai ! I know lifes bussy,
Itna gam me , itna asan kyu hu Mai !! But my life is'nt tht easy..!!

Nafat si ho baithi hai khudko khudse! But why m saying this;
Fitrat si na kar baithu !! Time to move on
Belive this ..!! M gonna change!!
Bus yeh hi tamanna reh gai hai, ki
Do bhoodn ANSU rohlu !! Cz i believe in myself !!

-Bharat -Pranay Patil

VI Sem, ECE -----***-----

Pitchblende mainly extracted from - Uranium 33

Firstly I would like to ask u some questions? That are you satisfied with the current life style, Are you comfortable with
your present availabilities and newly so called luxurious amenities which are provided by you yourself for you only. Are
you feeling secure in your society? And lastly what else is left which you are looking for? What is attracting you?

The answer to these questions will let you think, I am sure that nobody will answer these questions accurately and
spontaneously, because there is a vast difference in today's life style as compared to the previous one,

In earlier days, there was some pattern of life of a family; they were satisfied with their availabilities though they were
neither educated nor rich. But had a great peace and comfort.

But as days passed away, the whole system has been rotated anticlockwise.

People started to live like others, they were attracted by the foreign culture and their life pattern, We have started flowing
with the sparkling world which is very beautiful but actually not required

We have started forgetting our rituals, disciplinary values, morals, our customs and our origin.

New arrivals fascinates us and to get that expensive so called materialistic happiness we do whatever we can , then in that
case we don't think even which path we are going on . Whether it is an asset or a liability.

In the world of competition we always want to be the best in any circumstances for that we have started earning money
by different modes.

Corruption the new termite started spoiling our self- respect. Every second person has thrown his emotions, self respect,
guilt and self obsession into a dustbin.

Humanity the best character which can make us and keep us in a thread of unity, but gradually we are losing that also.

Thus we have reached to such a stage that even the animals no matter it is a small ant or biggest mammal Whale live more
better life than we are living.

Our curiosity and anxiety has made us so peculiar about the way we are living that we have forgotten the way we should

Just have a thought we are living or dying?

-Sumit Kotangle
------------***------------ II Sem, MECHANICAL

The distant mountains, that uprear
THE LADDER TO SUCCESS Their frowning foreheads to the skies,
Are crossed by pathways, that uprears
We have not wings we cannot soar- As we to higher level rise.
But we have feet to scale and climb
By slow degrees - by more and more The heights by great men reached and kept
The cloudy summits of our time. Were not attained by sudden flight
The mighty pyramids stone. But they while their companions slept
Were toiling upward in the night.
The wedge –like cleave of desert airs,
When nearer seen and better known, -Prajakta Wankhede
Are but gigantic flights of stairs. -----***-----

34 Roman Numerals does not exist - Zero

February 7, 2012” This date rewinds our thoughts to rethink one of the most insane news flash of the year 2012, The Baby
Falak Case.

I am throwing light on this fact and just giving some piece of information on one of the biggest rackets of our society,
Human Trafficking. A Crime against Humanity, a Global Slavery. Human trafficking in simple words means “Illegal trade of
human beings for the purpose of exploitation or slavery.”

To see that human trafficking is a 32 billion dollar industry is a shame for us as humans. Human trafficking is 2nd largest
profit earning source for the criminal world. Deep down inside our hearts how can people be so insane to sell human
flesh? Human Flesh is not for sale. There can be no value for the life of humans… Have people made human life valuable
or valueless is a question that arises in our mind! Abject of poverty, Gender discrimination, Domestic Violence are some
of the major root causes which give rise to human trafficking.

Generally, illiterate, innocent and poor people become the target of this crime world! Girls, women, boys and even adults
have been sold off in this criminal world for the illegal and wrong purpose of slavery and exploitation. A victim undergoes
physical as well as mental and psychological impacts deep in his heart mind and soul. Nearly 800 thousand people are
trafficked annually!

Government and international laws have been made to protect our society. These issues must be seriously taken care of.
The human trafficking issues is a humanities issue which usually occurs in backward countries where it involves the poor
exploited by those who initially promised income if they been accepted for work place and in accordance with the sector
and where they live and narrowness needed. The poor usually have complex financial problems, and this makes them
willing to place themselves in anywhere without investigating the background and basic information that what will be
their job. Furthermore, they have lack of knowledge and ignorance about their rights and the importance of
understanding how to defend themselves from deceived cause they are unable to get out when hit by this problem. At
the same time also, they have lack of exposure, and they are more easily cheated. Thus, measures the best solution is
comprehensive, especially the involvement of government in formulating and drafting laws that can protect people from
falling prey to problems. Moreover, the involvement of NGOs' in helping the government solve this problem is
appropriate and timely because the NGO's can carry out the duties that cannot be carried out by Government. This issue
will only be done if all the emphasis and direct assistance whether in terms of moral and financial, and suggestions with
combating this commercial crimes.

-Sanjeet Kumar
------------***------------ VI Sem, ETRX

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fdrkcsa dqN dguk pkgrh gS---------------- VI Sem, Civil

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Electrical Engg. -----***-----

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-Harshali Fating
IV Sem, Civil

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foLrkfjr vkgsr R;k osxkus rs Kku ejkBhr ;sr ukgh- vki.k ejkBh ek/;ekpk gð /kjyk rj vki.k lrr ekxs iMw-
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ifjfLFkrh vkgs- dkWEI;qVj [ksG vkgsr- eqys [ksG.kkj Eg.kts dkWEI;qVj okij.kkj- cWadkr] jsYosLFkkudkoj] xaFky;kr] “kkGsr loZ= eqykauk
dkWEI;qVj fnl.kkj- ?kjh ;a.kk&;k VsfYkQksu& fotsP;k vkdaMs o etdwj dkWEI;qVj Nkirks- vkBO;k& vgkO;k o'khZ; eqykaps o dkWEI;qVjps
ekr tksMwuns.ks Hkkx iM.kkj vkgs- dkWEI;qVjpk dh cksMkZ] vkKk ns.kkjs “kCn gs loZ baxzthr vkgsr-
lkr&vkB o'kZ o;kps] baxzth fo'k;ka'kh rksaMvksG[k vl.kkjs fo|kFkhZ dkWEI;qVj Nku gkrkGrkr] i.k T;kapk baxzth”kh ifjp; ukgh rs ek=
brj d'kkdfjrk vlks ;k ulks] dsoG dkWEI;qVj okijklkBh dk gksbZuk] izkFkfed Lo:ikps baxzth vkt xjtsps >kys vkgs- ikp o'kkZiwohZ rls
Lokra™; feGwu iUukl o'kZ >kyh- i.k fganh gh jk"VªHkk"kk dkgh gksÅ “kdyh ukgh nf{k.ksp;k jkT;kauh fganh Lohdkjysyh ukgh- gh
oLrqfLFkrh vkgs- fganh gh jk"VªHkk"kk Ogkoh gh Hkkouk pqdhph ukgh- i.k baxzthpk O;kogkfjd jk'VªHkk'kk Eg.kwu okij djk;yk gok] rlk rks
vkt u cksyrk] gksrgh vkgs-
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dj.;k&;k lRrk/kk&;kaph Hkk'kk vkgs] rh ;k Hkwehrhy Hkk'kk ukgh gs [kjsp vkgs- baxzthpk okij djrkauk vkiY;krhy dkght.kkauk
xaykefxjkaph vkBo.k vkyh o [kar okVyh rj rs let.kkjs vkgs-
baxzth Hkk'kk vkf.k lRrk/kkjh baxzt ;kaP;kr Qkd dj.;kbrir izxYHkrk vkiY:kr vkyh ikfgts- “ksDlfivjP;k ukVdkapk vkLokn ?ksrkauk]
mRre baxzth fp=iV ikgrkauk] iWUV&dksV&cwV&”kVZ ;k oLrqapk okij djrkauk vki.k lks; ikgrks] rsp cjkscj vkgs-
dims /kq.;klkBh lkc.kpqjk okijrkuk vki.k diM;kaP;k LoPNrsyk egRo nsowu ,fj;y o lQZ gs vkiys ulysys lkcq.kpqjs okijrks ns'kkoj
furkar izse dj.kkjs o ns'kkdfjrk fnolkrwu ngk osGk tho n;ko;kl r;kj vl.kkjs iq<kjh tho okpo.;klkBh vkS'k/kksipkj dj.;kdjhrk
baXyaM vesfjdsdMs tkrkr- Eg.kts rs O;ogkj ikgrkr R;kr dkghgh pqdhps ukgh] ;kp U;k;kus f'k{k.kkps ek/;e Eg.kwu Hkk'kspk okij
djrkukagh O;ogkjp ikfgyk ikfgts-
xzkeiapk;r] ftYgkifj'kn] uxjifydk] eglwy [kkrs ljdkjh dps&;k ;k loZ ejjkBh Hkk'kspk okij Ogkok dkj.k ;kr lks; vkgs-
;keqGs lk/kkj.k tursykgh loZ o;ogkj letrkr] R;kaph Qlo.kwd gksr ukgh-

39 Most books been written on game - Chess

f'k{k.kkP;k ek/;ekph fuoM djrkauk v'kh lka;p ikfgyh ikfgts- ,dhdMs vki.k Eg.kk;ps dh] vkiY;kyk izxr jk'Vªkaph cjkscjh djk;ph
vkgs] tkxfrd Li/ksZr vki.k ekxs iMrk dkek u;s- dkWEI;qVj o baVjusVeqGs Kkukph efgrhph] O;kikjkph nso?kso ok>yh vkgs vkf.k
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djeksP;kgh ykac pkspgh iSnk dsyh ikfgts] mFkG FkkGhr vlsy rj rs feG.;klkBh yoyorh o iljV thHk goh Eg.kts lka;hph thHk
baxzth Hkk'kspk fo|ky;hu ikrGhoj okij >kyk rj oS|d] vfHk;kaf=dh] tho] HkkSfrd] jlk;u vFkZ oxSjs “kkL=krhy v|kor Kku
vkiY;ki;Zar iksgkspys- fHkUu Hkkf'kd izkaekrhy o foonkukps “kt vfHklj.k gksbZy o loZ ns'kkyk cka/k.kk&;k O;kogkfjd jk"VªHkk"kspk
vkiY;kyk ykHk gksbZy-
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u;s- ek;Hkk'ksfo'k;h vfHkeku o izse pwd vls dlghp ukgh- ek= O;kikj] O;ogkj] uksjh] /kank] ra=Kku ;kr dkgh Hkjho lk/kko;kps vlsy
rj lks;hph Hkk'kk dks.krh gkp fopkj djko;kl gok-

-Piyush Musale
------------***------------ VI Sem, Civil

tok ch- bZ- ifgY;k o"kkZpk fj>YV
ek;k ykxyk
^;k ns'kkyk fttkÅapk f'kok ikfgts*
ifgY;k o"kkZpk jktsgks tok ek;k fjtYV ykxyk
va/kkj gskr pkyyk; vkrk letsuk nso ek;k lax vl dk cj okxyk
fnok ikfgts] nj lkseokjh eh r eanhjkr tkvks]
;k ns'kkyk fttkÅapk f'kok ikfgts---------- ijlknk lax tjk& tjk vaxkjkgh [kkvks-
Fxjok vkrk fttkÅ vu~ f'kockpk ik<k E;k lkaxr gksrks rhu&rhu ?ksrY;k lIyhesaVîk]
vjs E;kukrY;k ryokjh ijr ckgsj dk<k ekLrj toG tkÅu dsY;k gksR;k ,aVªîk-
gj gj egknsokph iqUgk oknGh gok ikfgts------------
Chemistry lkBh E;k ekjyh gksrh ukbZV]
T;kapk djk;pk izfrikG
rjh ldkGh letsuk R;kpkokyk VkbZi-
rs 'kklu isyrkr
vaxkoj ryokj >sy.kkjs Formula vua Reaction rj ek;k eksja ukpr]
d'kh Fkqadh >syrkr eys Eg.ks ckiq vkrk ukgh rq okpr-
vkrk isVysY;k ekoGîkapk Fkok ikfgts--------- Preparation r ek;k Mkok gkrpk [ksG]
vls dls >kys enZ ekoGs lksMqu xsys rsgh tsok vkyk osG-
is'kokbZps HkDr Chemistry e/kh pkaxys pkaxys iMys FkaMs]
vjs- ejkBîkaP;k ryokjhojrh tks rks eys iktr tk;s R;kps QaMs-
ejkBîkapsp jDr ek;koj ?kMyh v'kh dks.kkoj uk ?kMks]
pkj'ks o”kkZuarj vkrk ;hpkj d:u eh dksiÚ;k e/kh jMks-
ejkBîkapk jk;xMojp uOgs thokHkkokps nksLr vkys toGikl]
rj fnYyhojgh nkok ikfgts ex E;k iksêhpk lskMyk /;kl-
;k ns'kkyk fttkÅapk f'kok ikfgts---------- ex E;k eLriSdh dsyk vH;kl-
;k ns'kkyk fttkÅapk f'kok ikfgts---------- frpk ch fopkj vkrk eukrqu dk<yk]
Chemistry ex ek;k eksj gkr tksMqu okdyk-

-Bharat Nimje -Krunal Paunikar
-----***----- -----***-----

Halophobia fear is about - Speaking 40

AAJhAA ßvcksyhÞ
lq[kkekxs /kkork /kkork foosd iMrks xgk.k goh gksrh rqykgh
ik.;kr jkgwugh ek.klkph ex Hkkxr ukgh rgku vkf.k eykgh
LoIu lR;kr vk.krk vk.krk neNkd gksrs [kwi QDr ,d utj ,d 'kCn-------
okVh &okVhus vksrya rjh dehp iMra rwi i.k vgadkj
ck;dk vkf.k iksjkalkBh pkys Eg.ks gk [ksG ek?kkj dks.k ?ksbZy\
iSlk vk.kwu vksrsu Eg.krks] i.k ekaxw udk osG iq<s dks.k ;sbZy\
Career gksra thou ek=] txk;pa tesuk ra= ;krp lkjk osG xsyk------
ckikph vksG[k eqya lkaxrh iSlk Nkik;pa ;a= rq÷;k & ek÷;k eukryk leqnz
pqdw.k lqðh ?ksryhp rjh Lor% ikgw.kk Lor%P;kp ?kjh eukrp dGqu xsyk------
nksu fnol dkSrqd gksra uarj Mksdsnq[kh lkjh fdrhnk rjh vkokt fnyk
eqyap ex fopk: ykxrkr ckck vtwu dk gks ?kjh\ fdrhnk rjh rw lqn~/kk fnyk vl'khyp
R;kapkgh nks"k ulrks] R;kauk Lko;p ulrs eqGh eukr----------
{kf.kd vkSnkflU; ;sra] ek= iqUgk lq: gksra pØ
eukrys pkan.ks eukrp fo>ys
Career Career nG.k nGrk] LokLFk gksra oØ uk rw 'kCn cksyyhl]
lksusjh osyh ok<r tkrkr] ?kjkHkksorh p<ysY;k uk ehgh /kkor vkyks
vkrwu ek= ekrhP;k fHkarh d/khgh u lkjoysY;k vxa gydklk b'kkjk dsyk vlrk rj---------
vk;q";kP;k la/;kdkGh ex ,dne tk.kow ykxra dkgh
/kko.;kP;k gðkik;h “oklp ewGh ?ksryk ukgh
-Ashish Kawale
lxGa dkgh ikgrk ikgrk vkj’kkr ikg.ka jkgwu xsya
lq[kkph rgku Hkkxrk Hkkxrk lek/kku nwj okgwu xsya-

-Shriram Totade okV eukryh
gh okV ,dVh] ,dVhp jkghyh
izse eukrY;k LoIukrwu] rwVrkp okghyhAA/k`AA
ifgys ,d LoIu] eukry;k okVsrwu
vk;";kP;k izR;sd oG.kkoj lkscr eu HkksGs HkkcMs] iMys izsekr Qlwu
dq.kkph rjh goh vlrs izsekrgh iSlk ykxs] glys ,dVs clwu
i.k vls dk ?kMrs dh tsOgk rh MksG;krY;k ik.;krwu] okV Mwcrk ikfgyhAA1AA
O;Drh goh vlrs rsOgkp rh vkiY;k toG ulrs\
eu gs lk/ks] Bso dw.kkojgh fo"okl
vls Eg.krkr dh izse 'kks/kwu lkiMr ulrs ik[kjk lkj[ks mMs] ?ksÅu eksdGk “okl
izse ge udGr gksÅu tkrs LoIu gksbZy [kjs] gn;kr Bsos vkl
ex rjhns[khy izR;sd O;Drh Ekukryh okV ek>h] LoIukrp jkghyhAA2AA
izsekP;k 'kks/kkr dk vlrs\
eu “kks/kr jkgrs] thoukryh dkV
vls Eg.krkr dh izsekr iMY;koj ukgh dGr R;kl] [k&;k [kksV;kph okV
loZ dkgh lqanj vlrs eukrY;k okVsrwuh] >sys nq%[kkphgh ykV
rjhns[khy izsekr iMY;koj okV LoIukrwuh] eukrY;k eukr glyhAA3AA
vJqauk dk LFkku vlrs\
eu LoIukrY;k okVsrwuh] vkHkkGh ?ksr >si
gs loZ dkgh vlrs rjh “kCnkapk dkVk :rrk] gwn;kl ykos ysi
izse gs vfr'k; lqanj vlrs
glr glr eu] okgs nq%[kknhgh [ksi
i.k dkgh t.kkauk rs
okV gh vk"khp] eukr ,dVh jkghyhAA4AA
'kks/kwu gh lkiMr ulrs ----------------
-Kamlesh Bhanarkar
-Priti Sonare
VI Sem, IT -----***-----
VI Sem, Civil
41 Douglas Engelbart invented - Mouse

’kCn /;s; ¼rq>s LoIu ek>s /;s;½
cksyrkauk tjk lkaHkkGwu----- /;s; vkiwys u fol;k;ps]
'kCnkyk ryokjhis{kk /kkj vlrs {k.kks{ rs izdVk;ps-
Qjd QDr ,o<kp dh] vewY; vls cksy rq>s-
ryokjhus eku rj Eg.kquh et ;kn fnyk;psA
'kCnkauh eu dkiys tkrs jkgwu nqj ,desdkiklqu
tjh ryokjhP;k t[kesrwu jDr d: /;s; ek>s laiUu
vkf.k 'kCnkaP;k t[kesrwu vJw------ ftou pkaxys d:u iw<s]
;sr vlys rjh] ia[k vkdk'kkr iljk;psA
nks?kkaiklwu gks.kkjh osnuk ek= lkj[kh vlrs] ,desdkar vkiwy /;s;]
Eg.kwu Eg.krks 'kCn tjk lkaHkkGwu------ ,dlkFk vkiwya ftou
'kCnkyk ryokjhis{kk /kkj vlrs nqj jkgwu ,desdkiklwu
'kCnp ek.klkyk tksMrkr vkf.k /;s; dls lkdkj djk;psA
'kCnp ek.klkyk rksMrkr /;s; ek>s gksrs jLR;kojrh
gs 'kCnp vkgsr] rs d/kh jkek;u cG vlqugh okbZV euxGrh
rj d/kh egkHkkjr jprkr ikgwu gkyr rh ¼vkbZ½jMk;ph
rq÷;k ,dk 'kCnkoj ek>s loZLo voyacwu vkgs {k.kks{ rh gjk;phA
rq÷;k ,dk 'kCnkoj ek>s ek>s gl.ks vkt LoIu lkdkj gks.kkj]
rj] rq÷;k ,dk 'kCnkoj /;s; izkIrhlkBh eh xqar.kkj
ek>s jM.ks voyacwu vlrs- >si ?ks.;k map vkdk'kh]
Eg.kwu Eg.krks 'kCn tjk lkaHkkGwu------ ia[k ek>s rq cu.kkjA
'kCnkyk ryokjhis{kk /kkj vlrs rq>s cksy ek>s opu]
rq÷;kp LoIukr ek>s ftou
-Surbhi Indapawar d:u esgur ftouk'kh y<.kkj
VI Sem, Civil rq>s LoIu eh lkdkj dj.kkjA

-Ajay P. Wanode

3&4 o"kkZaiwohz tsOgk eh ¼eqacbZ½ Bk.;kgwu ukxiwjyk vkysk
rsOgk ifgY;k 8 fnolkr gh dfork vkgs- eS=hP;k R;k xksM ifjtkrdkpk lMk
ykac nwj f{krhtkP;k iY;kM tkgyks jkst jkst iMs ekÖ;k vlk
drZO;kP;k csM;kae/;s iwjk vM[kyks Fksac Viksjs jkst ykspuh mHks jkgh
lkjs dkgh teowu ?ksowu fu?kkyks d/kh cksyosy eyk dqs vkxxkMh
osMs ek>s dkfGt R;k ekrhrp foljyks Mk;jh pkGrk Qwy lqdysys fnls
euke/;s d/khd/kh pGoG gksrs Hkkjh r{ dkGht gks pjdu~ fpjs
osMs vax okljlaxs xkbZyk ikgwu 'kgkjh vax.kkr xqykc eh ykowup vkyks
vkBors O;kdwGwu okVsdMs okgk.kkjh vkbZ ijdkp udGr ?ksowu u tkoks----------
vu~ fVilkrwu f'kai.kkjh rkbZ >ksisrwu npdwu mBrks eh tsOgk
tsorkuk ?kkl ek>k vMrks vksBk'kh eksdGîk fHkarhuh tho rMQMs rsOgk
^Nku >ky vkgs dkjs* vksG oktrs dkuk'kh vkBo.khaps dkgwj tsOgk euke/;s nkVs
v'kh osMh ek;k nsok rw dkjs xqaQrksl g`n;kpk Bksdk nksu {k.kkalkBh Fkkacs
vkf.k ex nsrksl rj dkjs rksMrksl R;k lkÚ;ka'kh ek>h ukG rqVsy dkgks???
eqykaukgh vlrs ekgsj R;k fno'kh dGys osGslj'kh rs lkjs eyk foljrhy dkgks???
okg.kkÚ;k okÚ;kyk eh fouarhi= fyghys
;so<k ek>k xksM eqdk vkbZ&ckckal ns'khy dkjs -Aditya Pawar
vu~ ckdh lkÚ;k lkÚ;kuk ekÖ;k xa/kkus Li'kqZu tk'khy dkjs? -----***-----

Best conductor of electricity metal - Silver 42

/;s; ¼rq>s LoIu ek>s /;s;½ Engineering
v'khp vlrs%
/;s; vkiwys u fol;k;ps]
Engineering v'khp vlrs
{k.kks{ rs izdVk;ps-
Tension f'kok; dkghp ulrs
vewY; vls cksy rq>s-
jk=hpkp fnol vlrks
Eg.kquh et ;kn fnyk;psA fnolk QDr >ksip vlrs
jkgwu nqj ,desdkiklqu dk; dj.kkj
d: /;s; ek>s laiUu Engineering v'khp vlrs
ftou pkaxys d:u iw<s]
ia[k vkdk'kkr iljk;psA [ksG.ks d/khpsp foljyks vlrks
,desdkar vkiwy /;s;] tso.kklkBh osGp ulrks
,dlkFk vkiwya ftou College Canteen gkp dVV~k vlrks
nqj jkgwu ,desdkiklwu rsFkhy pgkp iw.kZczEg vlrks
/;s; dls lkdkj djk;psA Engineering v'khp vlrs
/;s; ek>s gksrs jLR;kojrh
cG vlqugh okbZV euxGrh MksG;kr d/kh >ksi rj ulrsp
ikgwu gkyr rh ¼vkbZ½jMk;ph vkyh rjh QDr LoIupa fnlrs
{k.kks{ rh gjk;phA LoIukr lq/nk External ;srks
vkt LoIu lkdkj gks.kkj] Lkeksj mHkk jkgqu glr vlrks
/;s; izkIrhlkBh eh xqar.kkj gs gl.ks c?kqu ek>h nkrf[kGh clrs
>si ?ks.;k map vkdk'kh] ßdq.khrjh vlkoaÞ Engineering v'khp vlrs
ia[k ek>s rq cu.kkjA
rq>s cksy ek>s opu] dq.khrjh vlkoa MksD;kr dkgh ?kqlr ulrs
rq÷;kp LoIukr ek>s ftou xkykrY;k xkykr gl.kkjaA ?kqlys rjh vH;klkph bPNk ulrs
d:u esgur ftouk'kh y<.kkj Hkjysp MksGs d/kh rj vlrh rjh fe= ;srkr
rq>s LoIu eh lkdkj dj.kkjA vkY;k vklokyk iql.kkjAA xYY;k fQjk;yk ?ksÅu tkrkr
dq.khrjh vlko R;kaP;kuqlkj vH;kl Eg.kts
-Ajay P. Wanode iSyrhjh lkn ?kky.kkjA dkWystoj dsysys midkj vlrs
IV Sem, CIVIL 'kCnkuk dkukr lkBowu
xksM izfrlkn ns.kkajAA vkrk eh rjh dk; dj.kkj\
dq.khrjh vlkoa Engineering v'khp vlrs
pkan.;kr cjkscj Ugk.kkjaA
vka/kkjkrY; okVsua d/kh -Vinit Selukar
lkscrhyk ;s.kkjaAA -----***-----
VI Sem, IT
dq.khrjh vlkoa
Qqyklkj[k Qqy.kkjaA
Qwyrk Qwyrk e/kqjl
Hkzejkyk okV.kkjaAA
dq.khrjh vlkoa
LoIuke/ks jkst ;s.kkjA
jxcsjaxh d:u
LoIukauk eksghr dj.kkjAA
-Swati Barde

43 CAT scan stand for - Computerised Axial Topography
Department of
Electronics Engineering

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Industrial Visit to Bhagirath Textile FAREWELL “BONVOYAGE” given by
the third year students to final year students

Paper Presentation Competition in Anjuman Colleg
University Level 3rd prize in Table Tennis e and has received Appreciation award

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Industrial visit to Mechanical Dept. Traditional Day Celebration
Indoworth India Limited, MIDC, Nagpur UTKARSSH-13

Electrical - Industrial Visit Electrical Students at a ‘JOY’

Gues sh op
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by em ure - Elect ts at
inent ric
perso al Engg. rical S
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-Manoj Kolte

-Sukanya Patil

-Bhavesh Patil
-Kiran Dantalwar
-Pranay Patil IV Sem, ETRX

-Snigdha Verma -Prajakta Wankhade
-Yamini Maha

-Ruchi Sakhare

-Raksha Bilse

-Kiran Dantalwar
-Dhanshri Marwade

-Awanti Shende

About Departments
Department of Computer Science & Engineering
Prof. Roshani Talmale, HoD (CSE)
The Department imparts world class training & research providing state of the art computing facilities to the
students. It also promotes active industry-institute collaboration by identifying areas of interest and taking part
in sponsored research projects and consultancy services. A faculty team of experienced & well-qualified
lecturers is an asset to the department. The programme aims at exposing students to the developments in the
field of computing.

Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering
Prof. Supratim Saha, HoD (ECE)
The department has collaboration with various leading organizations and industries such as Central Railway,
Inotek Antennas, Sify Technologies, Numeric Solutions Pvt. Ltd, Jadhav Gears, Kitek Technologies Pvt. Ltd, Wipro
Computers, Poundachary, Mars EdPal Instruments Pvt. Ltd, Aplab Ltd, Indorama Synthetics, Hem Electroniques
Ltd. to provide industrial training, sponsored research projects and placement assistance to the students.

Department of Information Technology
Prof. Anup Gade, HoD (IT)
The Department is dedicated to research, education, and overall excellence. The program aims at exposing
students to the developments in the field of computing, thereby enabling them to meet the needs of the IT
industry and research organizations in India and abroad. The department focuses on sincerity, commitment &
dedication. This department has a mission to nurture young IT talent by effective guidance & support.

Department of Electronics Engineering
Prof. Parag Jawarkar, HoD (ETRX)
The department has modern, well-equipped Laboratories with adequate facilities. The department believes in
achieving technical excellence through intensive classroom teaching, technical visits, expert lectures from
eminent guest faculties, databases, elocutions, seminars, workshops, symposia, etc. We also aim at
multidimensional development of students to make them competent on the highest scale.

Department of Civil Engineering
Prof. Milind Khamgaonkar, HoD (Civil Engg.)
The Department is dedicated to consultancy, educational research, an exposure of students to the trends of
development in the field of Planning, Designing & Execution to meet the needs of the construction industry,
consultancy and research organizations in India and abroad. The department of Civil Engineering in TGPCET
possesses a faculty team of experienced & well-qualified lecturers, well acquainted with subject knowledge,
having a deep, steadfast commitment to disseminate quality & value-based education in technical subjects.

Department of Mechanical Engineering
Prof. Harshawardhan Mahawadiwar, HoD (Mech. Engg.)
Mechanical Engineering, the evergreen engineering discipline deals with design and production of machines,
tools and all other mechanical equipments to be used in industries. The Mechanical Department of TGPCET,
established in 2011 has a well experienced teaching staff devoted to all round development of the students.

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Department of Electrical Engineering
Prof. Shilpa Singhai, HoD (Elect. Engg.)
The department of Electrical Engineering was established in 2012. The department has well experienced as well
as young and enthusiastic teaching staff. It aims to promote research and teaching activity based on advanced
and novel teaching methods. Electrical engineers are concerned with the designing of electrical equipments and
their maintenance. Industrial automation like PLC Panel Designing and Automobile Control System Design is also
a part of Electrical Engineering.

Department of Basic Science & Humanities (BE First Year)
Dr. Sudhanshu Kharkate, HoD (BSH)
Established in 2007, the Department of Basic Sciences & Humanities offers Applied Physics , Applied Chemistry,
Applied Mathematics, English & Social Sciences subjects to the under graduate students of Engineering.
Together, the PCM Departments have faculty of eight members with one Assistant Professor and seven lecturers.
Faculty members in the Department are Post Graduates in the field of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, and
English & Social Science. Most of them are pursuing the doctoral research.

Department of Master of Technology & MCA
Prof. Sulbha Patil, HoD (M.Tech. & MCA)
The Department of M.Tech. (CSE, WCC & ECE) provides an outstanding research environment complemented by
excellence in teaching. The department is bound to commitment in the dimensions of research, development
and training. Department offers necessary background to pursue research and other careers in the industry. The
excellent results have given added momentum to this programme.
The MCA department adopts a policy in which a strong focus is given to students' academic performance and
overall personality development. Needless to say, this college takes utmost care to nurture the software skills in
the budding software engineers by conducting various training programs in high-end technologies and giving
hands-on projects with active assistance from its teaching staff.

Department of Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Prof. Smita Urkunde, HoD (MBA)
MBA Department has an enviable record of career placements. At the last academic year, several companies
visited our campus, offering students a wide spectrum of position and profile. The MBA Placement team begins
its liaison activities months ahead of placement season, preparing students by making them aware of the
requirement of our recruiters.

Admission In-Charge
Dr. Geeta Padole-Gaikwad, HoD (Admission)
To impart quality education in the field of Engineering and Management, we at Tulsiramji Gaikwad- Patil College
of Engineering & Technology strive to provide absolutely unbiased and transparent admission procedures so
that we can maintain our highest ethical standards and try to maintain the level of excellence and quality of
students at the time of admissions.

Elegance & Placement Department
Prof. Ashish Motwani, HoD (E&P)
“Accept responsibility for your life. Know that it is you who will get you where you want to go, no one else.”
Our mission is to help students elucidate their educational and career goals as well as acquire employment
seeking skills and ultimately attain desired placements. We are committed to bridge this academic industry gap
and seek the corporate sector's cooperation in producing better engineers and managers to meet today's and
tomorrow's needs.

College bags 1st Position in
in R.T.M.N.U's Summer 2012
BE First Year Result
2/0 6/20
LOK /2012

LOKSHAHI VARTA: 26/06/2012 LOKMAT SAMACHAR: 22/06/2012

LOKMAT: 21/06/2012

6/2012 DAINIK BHASKAR: 22/06/2012
S: 21/0

AT: 23
TGPCET Students
Excel in Final year Project

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LOKMAT TIMES: 21/04/2013
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Mr. Vishal Nandurkar Mr. Akshay Kalamkar Ms. Snehal Belkhode
81.20% (3rd Sem CIVIL)
70% (3 Sem IT) 75.14% (7th Sem ECE)
RTMNU 2nd Position
RTMNU 8 Position RTMNU 11th Position

Ms. Dolly Tambe Mr. Nikhil Tikale Mr. Dinesh Tirpude
I Sem, BE I Sem, BE I Sem, BE
86% 81% 80%

Ms. Shweta Mishra Ms. Shivangi Singh Mr. K. Singh
(8th Sem CSE) VIIth sem ETRX Topper III Sem MECH. Topper
79.80% 77.14% 76%

Mr. Rupesh Badole Mr. Bharat Nimje Mr. Tejas Panchal
VIIth sem CIVIL Topper Vth Sem ECE Topper VII Sem IT Topper
75.37% 73.69% 75%

Mr. K. Bhanarkar Mr. Ankit Gondaliya Ms. Snigdha Verma
Vth Sem CIVIL Topper V Sem IT IIIrd Sem ETRX Topper
72.6% 72% 70%

Mr. Rahul Giripunje Mr. H. Ratore Ms. Ekta Mall
Vth Sem ETRX Topper III Sem CSE Topper IIIrd Sem ECE Topper
70% 68.66% 64.92%

Ms. Tarka Bakde Ms. Mayuri Pophali Ms. Pooja Khullarkar
M.Tech. M .E. M.Tech.
Topper I Sem CSE Topper I Sem WCC Topper I Sem ECE
Students Placed with good packages

Er. S. Belkhode Er. Anjali Panpate Er. Deepak Yadav Er. Gaurav Bele Er. Gayatri Thakar Er. Pratiek Deshpande Er. Priyanka Bhende
ECE - 2013 ETRX - 2013 CSE - 2013 ECE - 2013 CSE - 2013 CSE - 2012 CSE - 2012

Er. H. Papadkar Er. Juily Parate Er. Mrunali Kathane Er. Rahul Awale Er. Rakshaka Ramu Er. Kapil Kanojia Er. Rohit Khapekar
CSE - 2013 ECE - 2013 CSE - 2013 ECE - 2013 ECE - 2013 CSE - 2012 CSE - 2012

Er. Sanket Yeole Er. Saurabh Rokade Er. Shivangi Singh Er. Shrijit Kaduskar Prashant Khadatkar Umang Bhone Trunal Tajne
ETRX - 2013 ECE - 2013 ETRX - 2013 ETRX - 2013 MCA - 2011 ETRX - 2012 ETRX - 2012

Er. Akriti Ayushi Er. M. Toshniwal Vijay Chandak Er. Vikram Singh Er. S. Shmbharkar Tejas Mhatre Syed Quyyum
CSE - 2012 CSE - 2011 MCA - 2012 CSE - 2012 CSE - 2012 IT - 2012 CSE - 2012

Er. Shwetal Guglani Er. Ankita Chuahan Er. Ashwini Kulkarni Er. Rochellee Lopez Er. Arnab Singha Shrikant Samarth
CSE - 2012 ECE - 2012 IT - 2012 ECE - 2012 CSE - 2012 ECE - 2012

Er. Mrunal Arjunkar Er. Pradeep Atkari Er. Rohit Mandre Er. Maithili Bhagat Er. Rahul Naidu
CSE - 2012 IT - 2011 CSE - 2011 IT - 2012 CSE - 2012