2020 changed the way we lead our lives. The socio-economic upheaval brought by the corona situation, our absolute inability to handle the pandemic. May it be developed or developing countries. We as human species inspite of our so called ‘technological advancements’ failed to contain the virus. Politicising the situation only made it worse with death counts rising exponentially as we saw happening in the USA. Continue reading 2020 : A Year in Review
A book on my path, a journey inwards. A journey which led me to become who i am today ! A beckoning of a call eternal. This book will surely be instrumental in elevating the reader into higher states of awareness, if read with an open mind sans judgements or assumptions. This is a book on ‘Experiential Spiritualism’. Spirituality which happens with direct experiences. After reading this book, I wish more people tread the path of experiential spirituality discarding comfort zone spirituality focusing on sensations instead of direct experiences and associated insights. Experiential Spiritualism leads to inherent transformations, it focuses … Continue reading Published my First Book !
I want to start by wishing everyone a happy and healthy new year! 2019 was a wild ride for me. Getting a decent rank in GATE was the highlight of this year. Which made me visit almost all the IIT’s … Continue reading 2019 : A year in review
Every hour one Student in India commits suicide. Through this post I would like to explore the causes behind such a scenario from my personal experience with IIT Kanpur. It is a well known fact that IIT Kanpur is the … Continue reading Why suicides are happening in IIT Kanpur?
Working for more than a year in a globally renowned telecom giant made me realise a few things about the western dominance in every sphere of our technology. It is really sad to know that India stands NOWHERE when it comes to engineering or research in conventional or new technologies. We suck at it! We do not have a single chip making industry as of now. How can we even dream of researching subjects which aren’t practically taught in our labs? Be it IIT’s or NIT’s or any renowned private engg colleges. The output we get from them in one … Continue reading Telecom Sector: Where India stands?
If an emergency call fails who should be held accountable for the failure. The operator(Airtel, Vodafone, etcetra) or the laxity of the policemen in which case the police stations and the masses blames the operator.Who shpuld be held responsible for such a grave issue? In reality an emergency call never fails. Let us understand the process of the call flow-: A subscribes via his UE(user equipment) dials an emergency number. In case of an emergency number the call is patched to the nearest network with maximum signal strength.. Irrespective of the operator’s SIM card you are using. If one has … Continue reading Emergency Call Failure-WHO’S RESPONSIBLE?