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Thursday, 19 March 2015

National Level Technical Fest in Chandigarh University

Do You Have Potential to Become ‪‎Champion‬ in ‪‎CU‬ ‪‎Technical‬ ‪‎Fest‬, Then Celebrate the True Spirit of Engineer with us..

Get yourself ‪registered‬ ‪‎Online‬ through following link:-

Chandigarh University National Technical Fest
CU Tech Invent

‪‎Chandigarh‬ ‪University‬ is organizing ‎National‬ ‪Level‬ Technical Fest "Tech Invent" on 3rd April 2015, symbolizing all around development of the budding engineers through innovation and exploring the new technologies for the betterment of the society.

TECH-INVENT is the perfect blend of ‪‎science‬, ‪‎technology‬ and‪ ‎management‬ ‪‎creativity‬. Students from all across ‪‎India‬ would be taking part to celebrate the true spirit of engineer by getting a chance to showcase their technical and managerial skills by participating in more than 40 technical events across all disciplines of engineering, management and ‪animation‬.

Saturday, 14 March 2015

Time you Save is the Wealth you Earn

In today’s competitive world, time is money. We all recognize that time is a unique and precious resource that everyone needs in order to do our work, accomplish our goals, spend time with our loved ones, and enjoy everything that life has to offer. Sometimes you have a heavy workload and you want to find ways to become more effective so you can get more done in less time.

Time management is a set of principles, practices, skills, tools, and systems working together to help you get more value out of your time with the aim of improving the quality of your life. The important point is that time management is not necessarily about getting lots of stuff done, because much more important than that is making sure that you are working on the right things, the things that truly need to be done. Smart time managers know that there is much more to do than anyone could possibly accomplish. So instead of trying to do it all, smart time managers are very picky about how they spend their time. They choose to focus and spend their time doing a few vital projects that will really make a difference, rather than spending all their time doing many trivial things that don't really matter all that much.

In the meantime, here are 7 practical time management tips to help you get started...

1. Write things down

A common time management mistake is to try to use your memory to keep track of too many details leading to information overload. Using a to-do list to write things down is a great way to take control of your projects and tasks and keep yourself organized.

2. Prioritize your list

Prioritizing your to-do list helps you focus and spend more of your time on the things that really matter to you. Rate your tasks into categories using the ABCD prioritization system described in the time management course.

3. Plan your week

Spend some time at the beginning of each week to plan your schedule. Taking the extra time to do this will help increase your productivity and balance your important long-term projects with your more urgent tasks.

4. Learn to say no

Many people become overloaded with too much work because they overcommit; they say yes when they really should be saying no. Learn to say no to low priority requests and you will free up time to spend on things that are more important.

5. Think about what you are giving up to do your regular activities

It is a good idea to evaluate regularly how you are spending your time. In some cases, the best thing you can do is to stop doing an activity that is no longer serving you so you can spend the time doing something more valuable. Consider what you are giving up in order to maintain your current activities.

6. Identify bad habits

Make a list of bad habits that are stealing your time, sabotaging your goals, and blocking your success. After you do, work on them one at a time and systematically eliminate them from your life. Remember that the easiest way to eliminate a bad habit, it to replace it with a better habit.

7. Don’t be a perfectionist

Some tasks don’t require your best effort. Sending a short email to a colleague, for example, shouldn’t take any more than a few minutes. Learn to distinguish between tasks that deserve to be done excellently and tasks that just need to be done.

Monday, 9 March 2015

Manifest your Potential

There is a lot of advice in self-help and success books about “beginning with the end in mind.”In other words, find your passion, what you really want, first, and then develop a plan as to how to get there. This is great advice: Find what motivates you, what you love to do every day, what gets you out of bed in the morning, and what your perfect day would look like if you could do whatever you wanted.

However, there is one problem: How do you find your passion? How do you tap into what really motivates you more than anything else in the world? Often, in the advice books, this question is not answered. Instead, they assume every one can figure that part out. Unfortunately, from my experiences, knowing what you truly want can be
tough. In fact, it is easy to get caught up chasing something you think you want only to realize years later it was a mistake.

Finding my passion was one of my biggest challenges. It wasn’t necessarily hard; I just didn’t know how to go about doing it. I read a lot of books, and tried a lot of exercises, but nothing seemed to work. So I wanted to explain the steps that worked for me in the hopes that it will help you find your passions as soon as possible and potentially save you years of struggle and wasted time.

Here Are The Steps I Took to Find My Passion:

Step 1: Action

The first thing I needed to do was to take action and try something. I had no idea if it was my passion or if it would amount to anything, but I tried by doing, not by thinking about doing. If you are having trouble thinking about your passions and narrowing them down through thought, then what you need to do is stop thinking and start acting.

Step 2: Don’t Limit Your Action

Don’t just restrict your actions to things you THINK you like. Here is why: what you think you like and what you really like, might not be the same. To rectify this, don’t limit your actions. Try various things.

Step 3: Don’t make excuses

Don’t make excuses to not try things. In my case, my passion was actually staring me in the face for years, but I would always make an excuse why I shouldn’t start. Thinking back, I am shocked that I never started earlier. Further, do not listen to other people. They will tell you it is too hard, too silly or impossible. But it’s your passion, not theirs. You have to listen to your own voice.

Step 4: Don’t Think About Money
A lot of the time when people start thinking about their passions, they think that they will have connect them to making money. This is not true. Of course, it is amazing if you can match your passion with your career or business, but this shouldn’t be a limiting factor. Your passion can be your hobby, like painting or surfing. You can do these things while you have a job, or some other form of income. Eventually, you can teach surfing or sell your paintings and match your passion with your income, but before you figure that part out, you have to first find your passion, not figure out how or if you can make a living from it. Not all passions make money, and if you think they have to, you can get caught up chasing the wrong things.

Step 5: Try many things

Try many things. Take your best guess about what you like and start trying them out. Also, try a few things you don’t think you will like at all, and give them a chance. The information and feedback you get from trying many things will teach you a lot about what you actually like doing.

Step 6: Do not just try once

Do not just go to one Yoga class, for example, and decide whether or not you like it. Try something for at least 30 days, if not a bit longer. You have to get over the ‘hump’ to know if you like something. You might not recognize your passion for 30 days, or longer. At first, most things are hard and aren’t too fun. It takes some time to learn and figure out how you feel about it. A lot of people miss their passion because they are fickle and give up to early. There is nothing sadder than this.

Step 7: Start narrowing it down

You can spend a whole year trying things, that’s not a problem. However, at some point you have to start narrowing it down and focussing. After going through steps 1-5 you should start to know a lot more about what stimulates you. If not, repeat steps 1-5 until you do. Then, start narrowing down your activities, and honing in on your passions.

Step 8: Mastery

Once you discover your true passion, or passions, allow yourself to master it. Some people might think you are wasting your time or being foolish, but don’t listen to them. I can tell you from experience, waking up knowing you have your passion in front of you is the best feeling in the world. Give into your passion, and don’t give up.

Wednesday, 4 March 2015

Different Roles for Forensic Science Expert

                                         Different Roles for Forensic Science Expert

Forensic Pathologists:
Forensic pathologists determine the time and cause of death in cases of suspected murder or suicide.

Forensic Anthropologists: Those who have a PhD in Anthropology or medical degree with forensic science can work as forensic anthropologists who help in identification of individuals murdered or killed in disasters i.e. plane crashes, explosions, fires, etc and give testimony to the age, sex, ancestry, stature and unique features of the deceased persons.

Forensic Psychologists: Professionals with a degree in psychology can work as forensic psychologists wherein they assist a court or other fact finders in arriving at a just or correct decision.

Clinical Forensic Medicine Experts: Such professionals possess medical degree and post graduate degree or diploma and work as the examiner of victims of crime and suspects who may have sustained injuries while allegedly committing a crime and reach to specific conclusions pertinent to the crime and timing.

Forensic Serology Experts:
These professionals work as analyst and analyze blood groups, blood, and other bodily fluids and do DNA fingerprinting to arrive at a conclusion.

Forensic Chemists:
Those who have science degree and specialisation in applied or forensic chemistry can work as forensic chemists wherein they help in the detection and identification of illicit drugs, accelerants used in arson cases, explosive and gunshot residues, trace evidence, including paint, glass, polymers and fibers, etc.

Dactyloscopists: The most commonly known work of Dactyloscopists is to study fingerprints received from the scene of crime and link them with suspects.

Forensic linguists: These professionals analyze the content of written or oral communication and identify criminals particularly in cases of kidnapping where they help in zeroing in on the criminal.

Toxicologist: Professionals with qualification in chemistry or biochemistry work in to help police in the detection and identification of pharmaceutical drugs and poisons, toxin levels, etc. in body.

Tuesday, 3 March 2015

Introduction to Career in Forensic Sciences

Forensic science is a crucial element for modern day judicial system wherein a forensic scientist works in close coordination to find out evidence and show the same to courts and helps in solving the case with legally acceptable evidence. In order to reach on to some conclusion a forensic scientist applies various scientific methods and principles in the investigation of criminal cases. Moreover, a keen analysis of the clues collected from a crime scene is fundamental for forensic scientists.

Collecting materials from the crime spot and taking the same to crime laboratory, gathering all clues and converting them into evidences which are admissible in court is crucial job of a forensic scientist. He may be asked to gather physical evidences like blood, saliva, hair, impressions of tyres or shoes, finger prints, foot prints, etc so that the same can be used in furtherance of reaching to some decision on the crime. Besides criminal investigation there are other options including teaching and crime reporter for qualified forensic professionals.

Job Prospects

Most of the job prospects for forensic scientists are in government sector, particularly in various law enforcement agencies such as police, legal system, the investigative services of the central government and state governments. However, some private agencies too offer job opportunities to those who have some qualification in the field.

A major chunk of trained forensic scientists are hired by the Intelligence Bureau (IB), the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), etc. Another interesting career, rather the most attractive option for forensic scientists is teaching in institutes which impart education in forensic science.

Pay Packet

As most of the jobs in forensic science are in government sector salaries are strictly based on the structure and pay scale. With recommendations of the Sixth Pay Commission accepted by the government, the salaries are sky high. Moreover, those who have postgraduate qualification in forensic science earn very high salaries. Private laboratories offer handsome salaries to experienced candidates.

International Focus

Students can explore career in forensic science in the USA and other developed countries where the requirements of such professionals is much more than in India. White collar crimes are being solved by forensic scientists and the US needs a number of such professionals to fulfill the requirement. Forensic Scientists from India can work as medical examiner, crime laboratory analyst, crime scene examiner, forensic engineer, and language expert and evidence enhancer by portraying psychological profiles of habitual offenders as well as doing the analysis of crime scenes, etc.