Wednesday 3 February 2016

We have started our projects with our reviews

Hiiiiiiiiiiii frnds...;;;
   The adventure begins now for us....... successfully started our projects and reviews.

Monday 18 January 2016


As a final year students we have successfully finished our xams.. Thank god for each persons who helps us to study....iiieeeeeeeee. Now the time to enjoy our days with friends and family........................................................,

This is the most gifted period for us to develop our knowledge for careers... :(
We are now gearing up ourselves for final year projects.
Thank you for all. : )

Tuesday 29 September 2015

Support of Mark Zuckerberg for DIGITAL INDIA

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg changed his profile picture to rally support for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Digital India’ initiative. His DP reflected shades of the tri-colours of the Indian flag.
“I changed my profile picture to support Digital India, the Indian government’s effort to connect rural communities to the internet and give people access to more services online. Looking forward to discussing this with Prime Minister Narendra Modi at Facebook today,” Zuckerberg wrote on the social networking site.
The move came just hours ahead of a much-anticipated Townhall session where PM Modi, in the company of Zuckerberg and other top company executives, answered questions from Facebook users from across the world. The interaction took place at the company headquarters in Menlo Park in California.
PM Modi became the second leader after US President Barack Obama to hold town hall interaction at the Facebook headquarters. The event was webcast live on the Facebook profiles of both PM Modi and Zuckerberg.
India has the largest Facebook user base outside the US. In June, the company had said that 125 million users of its global base of 1.44 billion come from India.

PM Modi selling Digital India in Silicon Valley is one thing, walking the talk in real India is another

Unlike Rahul Gandhi who trots out the now well-worn suit-boot jibe at every occasion, Narendra Modi’s speeches are tailor-made for his audience. His triumphal tour of Silicon Valley was no exception as he charmed the titans of technology by speaking their lingo. There’s nothing that tech whiz kids like better than technological silver bullets for seemingly intractable social problems, attacking poverty, as the Indian prime minister said, by the power of networks and mobile phones. If an American president once promised a chicken in every pot and a car in every garage, Narendra Modi served up a digital version of that promise – JAM for all, Jan Dhan bank account, Aadhaar cards and Mobile governance.
Free wi-fi at 500 railway stations. 600,000 villages linked by optical fibre network. What was not to love, or at least Facebook-like, about this vision of the future even though it does not mean women’s rights are ensured or that healthcare is truly accessible. And Modi, a master of social media, was clearly in his element laying out a no-call-drop picture of the other India –where Maharashtra farmers have WhatsApp groups and the existential choice is about iOs or Android. No wonder Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg said “I changed my profile picture to support Digital India, the Indian government’s effort to connect rural communities to the Internet and give people access to more services online.”