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Dragonball Z Cartoon Sketching IV


Welcome back again Folks !! 😉
Your Dragonball Z (DBZ) Maniac is back again. 8)

I’ve got something NEW to upload and share in front of Y’all right now. 😉

Well, I’ve made a some nice Sketches of The DBZ Hero – Goku, alongwith his sons, Gohan and Goten in Super Saiyan  , using many Sketch Pens and Crayons.

Have a look on it Folks !!! 😉

Goku, Gohan and Goten (attacking Kame-hame-ha)

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Go Kame-hame-haa !! 😛

This Art has been Posted on Sunday Sketches


Satisfy the Hunger of Success


In the waves of life
When one has to strive
Everywhere thorns are scattered
Neither a chance to escape
Nor even chance to turn back
Like a Coward

When walls of relationship and patience get the cracks
Foe approaches along with a sword
Symbolizing the death
One even forgets his breath
When situation becomes more critical
Webs of sorrow trap
Unable to take a short nap
Makes to feel like crap
No time a Relax

But.. !
One who closes his eyes to struggle
With a sole judgment of right & turn
To dreams of success
One who determines
Definitely gets the illumination of divine
And one very day
The sun will rise
When he’ll open his eyes
Will find himself
On the peak of success
To touch the sky
Who succeeded to
Satisfy hunger
Which even also tastes good

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This Poetry is a part of Thursday Poet’s Rally Week 45

Happy Rally !! 😀

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A Mind-Blowing Idea


Welcome back again Folks !! 😉 8)

I’ve got something NEW to upload and share in front of Y’all right now. 😉

Well this time, I’ve made a simple Cartoon Sketch of a Guy whose Head gets burst after getting any Idea, and therefore, making it as ” Mind-Blowing Idea”. 

Have a look on it Folks !!! 😉

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Kinda Funny Stuff … huh ?? 😛

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This Art has been Posted on Sunday Sketches


101 Steps to Becoming a Better Blogger


Hello Guys !!

I’m back this time with some Technical Stuff.

Well as y’all know, Blogging is the one of the simplest way which can help you make good money online. As we all believe that Internet is a small universe of information and we often get paid to dig this universe. So lets start building your small world in it and name it as blogging to explore new information and get paid for our unique ideas through unique content.

We have attached a very good blogging file that will help you understand the concept of blogging and make money with it. And eventually, creating such Blogs, not only your earning Money, you are also giving some of your unique ideas and thoughts (whether in form of Art, Photography, Literature, Technical or any kind of interesting field.) to the concerned readers.

Once you understand the blogging concept then you are all set to start your blog and make money by becoming a Google Adsense Publisher. You can also become a publisher for Amazon to start selling their product and earn commission from them. But for all these things you first need to emphasis on Blogging and Promoting your Blog online. For that, you could refer to Famous Blogs, take some ideas from there about Site Promotion and Money Making.

Besides, I’ve something as a Gift for y’all. 😉

Recently, I’ve just read a E-book of ” 101 Ways To Becoming a Better Blogger “ by ” Ellie Harrison “. It is really interesting and i enjoyed a lot while reading this whole book. It’s just 43 page PDF file (about 607 KB size). It contains all the necessary and indeed worth helpful Blogging Tips, starting from the scratch, from Site Promoting to Money Making.

Well, It took me a whole day to read as I’m already a Blogger and know somewhat its Tricks and Trades. But still, got something NEW to learn more about Blogging, which I would follow in future. For dummies, It would take hardly a week I suppose. So, Let’s Get it Started.

You can DOWNLOAD this PDF of this E-Book.

Keep Blogging Fellows !!! 8)


Indian Education System : Ain’t Good Enough


Referred from :- Meri News Article : How good is Indian education system?

I’ve read this article few days back while surfing. I found it very interesting.This article discusses the current education scenario in India, public expenditure on education, need of the hour to reform the system and the true role of education in nation building.

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“TELL ME the books you read and I will tell your character”, goes the saying. However, education is not just about reading books or garnering knowledge. Books are a means to education, and education is a means to knowledge, neither implying an end in itself. Education is the pragmatic application of knowledge for the betterment of people, society, and self.

Education sustains our present and insures our future. Unfortunately, the education scenario in India is very disturbing. The ‘EFA Global Monitoring Report 2010’ (UNESCO), ranks India 105 among 128 countries, and it continues to figure alongside a cluster of African and a couple of Asian countries, such as Pakistan and Bangladesh, in the group of countries with a low educational development index (EDI). In 2007, India was ranked not only behind countries such as Norway, Japan, and Germany that figured at the top, but also past several Latin American, African, and Asian developing countries.

The pupil-teacher ratio, too, in primary schools in India is very low (1:40) compared with countries like UK (1:21.6) and Japan (1:19), despite the fact that India allocates more expenditure as a percentage of GDP on education, i.e. ~3% (a popular research result reveals that public expenditure on education should account for at least 4.07% of GDP). The average pupil-teacher ratio in the developed countries is 13.7. The global average is 24.6 pupils per teacher (1:24.6) in primary school.

The dropout rates in India, at the high school level are also on the rise (~50%) in spite of increased educational expenditures by the states. Moreover, the infrastructure facilities in schools are pathetic. According to the latest statistics available from the Flash Statistics and Analytical Reports on Elementary Education in India, published by the National University of Educational Planning and Administration in 2009-10, there are only three classrooms per primary school in India, on an average, and only three teachers per school. About 14% of the schools have only one classroom each, and single-teacher schools constitute a similar proportion.

While the standard national pupil-teacher ratio in primary schools is 1:40 (one teacher for every 40 students), 30% of the schools have a ratio above this. In Bihar, while the standard ratio at the State level is 1:59, there are 92 (1:92) students on an average per classroom. All this indicates a poorly organized system of education.

Need of the Hour

The implication of all the above arguments is that a pupil-teacher ratio of around 20 (1:20) may be taken up as a desirable ratio. We need good quality teachers in sufficient numbers. This is a basic prerequisite for quality primary education.

Innovation is another aspect of the quality of education. Innovation in education is not only necessary, it is absolutely crucial. Firstly, innovations in subjects offer a host of choices to students. Secondly, innovations in examination patterns facilitate precise evaluation of their skills in a subject. Innovations also enable a student to arrive at a better-informed choice of subjects. The choice of subjects will ‘involve’ the students and equip them with skills befitting their interest, which could be harnessed for the benefit of self and the nation.

For instance, let’s say that someone is interested in journalism and wants to pursue investigative journalism rather than mere reporting. The course has to offer various choices within journalism (say, investigative journalism, reporting, business journalism, sports journalism, etc.). If the course doesn’t offer these choices, then one who is genuinely interested in something may not get the opportunity to pursue it and end up doing something that one doesn’t like, as there is Hobson’s choice. This may hamper one’s potential in giving one’s best, and may directly or indirectly scuttle the opportunity in contributing towards the country’s economic growth.

The issue of innovation brings us to an important aspect of education – choice – that seems to be sufficiently lacking in our education system to enable better academic performance of students and to elevate the quality of education.

The True Role of Education: An Introspection

The human being is a social animal whose needs and urges are originated and fulfilled within a given society and rarely in isolation. While the primary objective of any education is to enable us to know things we did not know earlier, so as to improve the quality of life, this principle had not been appreciated in depth by our educational policy makers for decades. Artificial barriers in the nature of knowledge were created. It was specified that knowledge could either be for its own sake or for the sake of its application.

However, on reflection, it becomes clear that unless any form of knowledge is applied, it cannot be improved or suitably channeled. A large proportion of people need knowledge that is of an applied character and that helps them simplify important activities of daily living. Moreover, each person is gifted with a particular range of skills. These two facts indicate that a continued thrust on a rigid academic structure would not be desirable. One must understand that provision of choices – over academic subjects or electives – is a continuous process. The system would work better if students were given an opportunity to exercise choice earlier in their education – rather than later – when several factors, other than their inherent competencies, exert an influence over their choice of subjects.

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Well, this is one of the current agenda these days. We need something that could set up such drawbacks of this system, and possibly eradicate them for good. Otherwise, It’s too late in future.

And In the end, I would quote:

It’s too lame to say that
” I was Born Intelligent, But Education Ruined Me “
It actually would be said in India that
“It was Our HRD Minister, Mr. Kapil Sibbal,
who is born to Ruin The Education System of India “ 😛

Referred from :- Meri News Article : How good is Indian education system?


Fun & Excitement (Day 1 at INNO 2010 )


Well, Our College has its Annual Inter-College Technical Fest, called “Innovision” or simply say “Inno”. It is generally being held during the fall of January. It has many fascinating Technical Contests to watch like- C/Java Programming Contest, Quiz Shows, Robo Wars, Line-Detector Machine Race, 3-D Screening, LAN Gaming and many more. Even also some exciting adventurous elements like- Raffling, River Rafting, Parasailing, Go Karting etc. It’s a 3-Day Fest and a way to get rid from your Semester Pressure for a while.

Since, I’ve heard a lot about its Importance in Technical Line during my Orientation form Teachers and even about its Fun & Excitement from many Seniors. So after listening something so much so far, I was very very excited about that and eager to be a part of it as Twas my 1st “Innovision” and eventually, I don’t wanted to miss it. Not at all !!!

After so much waiting for its arrival, “Inno – 2010” has come back to NSIT. At the very 1st day, I’ve got to see so many Technical Related stuffs from various guys representing different colleges, which impressed us a lot and an inspiration to learn.

However, just for a while though, It made me sometimes to feel like its bit my unfortunate that I am unable to participate as I’m kinda n00b in front of those extreme guys of this yard. Still, watching those PROs with their amazing skills even was also a great Experience, which brushed away my Grief for that moment. I also saw the “The Defence Expo”, where I have got to see many modern weapons and equipments which are currently being used by The Indian Army. We played with them holding Guns and Rifles for a while. It seemed like that Counter-Strike went Real.  Even at that time, I just day-dreaming, though it was about 6 evening, of being a Fearless Soldier (typical DABANGG i must say :P) and whip some Candy asses of Terrorists with such lethal weapons in your hands. 😛

But the main event was incomparable in front of them, when we got to see “The Laser Show” in the evening. Ohh man!! It was very delightful to watch that you might miss something if you blinked your eyes for a while. Unfortunately, I was unable to shoot its video as my Mobile Battery was low due to shooting some other Photos and Videos. 😛

Still, whatever I’ve seen from my eyes was Simply Amazing. 8)

Would like to tell you about the other days. Cya till then. 😉


The Landscape


Welcome back again Folks !! 😉 8)

I’ve got something NEW to upload and share in front of Y’all right now. 😉

Well this time, I’ve made a some nice Landscape with Pencil Shading, which eventually rewinds my mind back to  School days, those best days of my life, where I preferably like to draw such things most of time and even dream to hover around there. XD

Have a look on it Folks !!! 😉

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After watching this one, I hope you are even reminding your own childhood memories. Back to those memorable days, whenever The Art Teacher gives us such stuffs to draw and asks all of your to draw with vivid unbound imaginations . This was the very first step, which most of y’all might have taken during those days, while drawing your imaginations.

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This Art has been Posted on Sunday Sketches


Just Be Yourself !!


Well, I’ve just read a short conversation few days ago somewhere in Facebook, which is worth learning as well. So, I would like to SHARE that stuff in front of y’all right now. It’s truly an Amazing interview, and even most hilarious IT placement interviews. Well, It could probably can help you in your future interviews. Hopefully, you get the main message after reading the whole conversation.

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Interviewer : Tell me about yourself.
Candidate: I am Rameshwar Kulkarni. I did my Tele Communication engineering from BabanRao Dhole-Patil Institute of Technology.

Interviewer : BabanRao Dhole-Patil Inst it ute of Technology? I had never heard of this college before!
Candidate : Great! Even I had not heard of it before getting an admission into it ..
What happened is – due to cricket world cup I scored badly! in 12th.I was getting a paid seat in a good college. But my father said (I prefer to call him ‘baap’) – “I can not invest so much of money”.(The baap actually said – “I will never waste so much of money on you”). So I had to join this college. Frankly speaking this name – BabanRao Dhole-Patil, can at the most be related to a Shetakari Mahavidyalaya

Interviewer: ok, ok. It seems you have taken 6 years to complete yourengineering.
Candidate : Actually I tried my best to finish it in 4 years. But you know, thesecricket matches and football world cup, and tennis tournaments. It is difficult to concentrate. So I flunked in 2nd and 3rd year. So in all I took 4 + 2 = 7 years.

Interviewer: But 4+2 is 6.
Candidate: Oh, is it ? You know I always had KT in maths. But I will try to keep this in mind. 4+2 is 6, good, thanks. These cricket matches really affect exams a lot.. I think they should ban it .

Interviewer : Good to know that you want cricket matches to be banned.
Candidate : No, no… I am talking about Exams!!

Interviewer: Ok, What is your biggest achievement in life?
Candidate : Obviously, completing my Engineering. My mom never thought I would complete it . In fact, when I flunked in 3rd year, she was looking for a job for me in BEST (Bus
corporation inMaharashtra ) through some relative.

Interviewer : Do you have any plans of higher study?
Candidate: he he he.. Are you kidding? Completing ‘lower’ education it self was so much of pain!!

Interviewer : Let’s talk about technical stuff. On which platforms have you worked?
Candidate : Well, I work at SEEPZ, so you can say Andheri is my current platform. Earlier I was at Vashi center. So Vashi was my platform then. As you can see I have experience of different platforms! (Vashi and Andheri are the places in Mumbai)

Interviewer : And which languages have you used?
Candidate : Marathi, Hindi, English. By the way, I can keep quiet in German, French, Russian and many other languages.

Interviewer: Why VC is better than VB?
Candidate : It is a common sense – C comes after B. So VC is a higher version than VB. I heard very soon they are coming up w it h a new language VD!

Interviewer: Do you know anything about Assembly Language?
Candidate: Well, I have not heard of it . But I guess, this is the language our ministers and MPs use in assembly.

Interviewer : What is your general project experience?
Candidate : My general experience about projects is – most of the times they are in pipeline!

Interviewer: Can you tell me about your current job?
Candidate: Sure, Currently I am working for Bata Info Tech ltd. Since joining BIL, I am on Bench. Before joining BIL, I used to think that Bench was another software like Windows.

Interviewer : Do you have any project management experience?
Candidate: No, but I guess it shouldn’t be difficult. I know Word and Excel. I can talk a lot. I know how to dial for International phone call and use speaker facility. And very important – I know few words like – ‘Showstoppers ‘ , ‘hot fixes’, ‘SEI-CMM’, ‘quality’, ‘version control’, ‘deadlines’ , ‘Customer Satisfaction’ etc. Also I can blame others for my mistakes!

Interviewer: What are your expectations from our company?
Candidate : Not much.
1. I should at least get 40,000 in hand..
2. I would like to work on a live EJB project. But it should not have deadlines. I personally feel that pressure affects natural talent.
3. I believe in flexi-timings.
4. Dress code is against basic freedom, so I would like to wear t-shirt and jeans.

5. We must have sat-sun off. I will suggest Wednesday off also, so as to avoid breakdown due to overwork.
6. I would like to go abroad 3 times a year on short term preferably 1-2 months) assignments. Personally I prefer US,Australia andEurope. But considering the fact that there are Olympics coming up inChina in the current year, I don’t mind going there in that period. As you can see I am modest and don’t have many expectations. So can I assume my selection?

Interviewer: he he he ha ha ha. Thanks for your interest in our
organization. In fact I was never entertained so much before. Welcome to INFOSYS.

The fellow was appointed in a newly created section ‘Stress Management’ in the HRD of Infosys. Who thought that such a guy who just completed his Engineering in 7 years, and got a very awesome placement in Infosys, where every Topper wants to be there.

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This synopsis is not only FUNNY but also worthily useful for the young aspirants like me, who have a desire to get a better job in the best organization. But you have to DAMN deserving for reaching to your desired Goal and making your dreams come true.

Brilliant Academic Performance and Well-Versed Technical Knowledge, it indeed matters a lot for getting placed. But just Scoring Good Grades in Exams is not enough as it eventually won’t make you to reach at the TOP. You really oughta be CONFIDENT without fumbling and getting terrified while sitting in an interview. And most importantly, Just Be Yourself. It is main Mantra.

Well after reading that stuff, It’s really inspiring me a lot. It is useful for my future. It’s not like that I would say kinda everything that the above guy just said. As Sometimes, even being talkative would make the interviewers sick. Offcourse, they would like to side the real in you  either you tell or they would get your reality on their own very easily. But talking too much like a loudmouth is not acceptable everywhere. Be somewhat smart to a level for deciding what to say and what not.

As a matter of fact, The main message is not talk like just that guy said on his interview. It’s all about being yourself, and try your best to make the interviewers impressed by your truthful nature. Because, in this modern world, there are plenty diplomatic and fake people around you in any particular field, who rather live a life on other’s perceptions and conditions. But it’s Hard to find such true people from the crowd who come forward and just appear as they really are.

And again, I am quoting,

Just Be Yourself  8)
You never know what’s ahead of you in future. 😉
Be Honest and Original. True to be Yourself !!  🙂
For Yours and Other’s Sake !! 😀