Wednesday, 19 October 2016

Aradhana Builder's Aradhana Greens Project

Aradhana Greens is a heavenly abode of peace and soul searching built right in the heart of the nature, a few minutes away from the center of Dehradun. The well integrated apartments will soon become a synonym for luxury living and lifestyle in a pollution free environment.

The location is a visual delight with one side giving you the panoramic view of the city with magnificent trees while the other side, you see the verdant Tibetian habitat with beautiful architecture and reverberation of sacred chants.

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Aradhana Builder's Ganga Vatika Retreat Project

Aradhana Builders Pvt. Ltd.  have been conscious of inimitable place of man in the Garhwal Himalayas.We have always conceived every project with a distinct environmental theme(be it the river, the hill or the nature), a clear thought about the habitation strategy and vision that where we live contributory to how we live. 

Our sites are never obtrusive to nature, never noisy and are always built near zero air pollution. Just as are our projects are sympathetic to nature they are friendly to the inhabitants and carefully appointed with all the amenities and utilities. To us environment friendly development and our residents well being are paramount.

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Tuesday, 18 October 2016

GTM (Let's Make it Happen) Real Estate Project

GTM Forest & Hills, Dehradun

Project Introduction :

"GTM Forest & Hills” project in Dehradun, it has entered a different dimension of opulence by offering luxurious 3 BHK flats for sale in Dehradun.The project is situated off NH-72 Highway where every flat is comes attached with a separate servant room. The flats have state-of-the-art fixtures and encompass the height of luxury.

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Monday, 17 October 2016

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WhatsApp—a great idea for mates but a terrible one for ministers

Cyber security experts have raised concerns about Prime Minister Malcom Turnbull and senior government ministers sending private and confidential information via the messaging service WhatsApp.

WhatsApp and similar messaging apps are great for normal day-to-day communication between friends, but using it to discuss matters of national security is certainly a choice that will raise eyebrows.

As with any technology, particularly those that allow for speedy communication, the benefits have to be weighed carefully against the associated security risks.

What's wrong with WhatsApp?

Besides text-based messages, WhatsApp also allows files to be shared and transferred between users. This has implications for government, especially if used by ministers or staff with access to classified information. If such information were disseminated via WhatsApp, this would constitute a serious security breach.

Although WhatsApp now offers end-to-end encryption, meaning in theory that no one can intercept the communication, the sharing of sensitive documents through this service would still be grounds for serious concern. What would happen in a situation in which a device was lost or stolen? Anyone with access to that device can access the shared files, including any media (images, documents, videos) shared via WhatsApp, which are automatically transferred to and stored in a WhatsApp folder on both devices.

Furthermore, it is possible to hack into the WhatsApp folder via tools such as WiFi File Transfer, which is used to copy files from a mobile to a desktop computer. Sharing web links via WhatsApp also potentially leaves users vulnerable to phishing or other attacks via malware or ransomware.

As WhatsApp now also works via the web, it is prone to all of the web's security threats.

Besides malware posing as genuine WhatsApp links, it is also reportedly possible to crash the app by sending large (over 7 megabytes) messages, or messages containing special characters – a particular fear given that these messages can be typed and sent very quickly by someone who gains access to a device for a short period.

Privacy concerns are also raised by the existence of apps such as WhatSpy, which allows others to monitor a user's messages and photos or even alter their security and privacy settings. Another app called mSpy monitors and reports on a mobile user's activities, such as text messages, WhatsApp messages and phone calls. This app can be installed very quickly and once installed it can report to a designated number or email.

Perhaps worst of all is WhatsApp's vulnerability to MAC spoofing attacks, which involve changing the media access control (MAC) address that acts as a unique identifier for every phone. By changing it, the messages can be routed to an unauthorised device.

Freedom vs responsibility

The truth is that as soon as any sensitive information is placed on the WhatsApp network, it can potentially be shared or forwarded to anyone, meaning that both the sender and the receiver of the information is at greater security risk.

Once confidential information is out in the open network, it is effectively beyond the government's control.

Another concern relates to Freedom of Information. As an encrypted third-party network, it is not clear whether it will be possible to retrieve this information if requested. Recently, US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has faced severe criticism, media scrutiny and investigation by the FBI for using private email services rather than official communication channels.

WhatsApp or Instant Messaging via mobile devices represents a new wave of communication adopted by the community at large. But the question of whether high-ranking members of the government should be using secured messaging apps is one that requires further investigation.

WhatsApp and other messaging services are promising, useful, and great fun. But they should not be used in a government setting without prior certification.

How to prepare for debate?

Time yourself

Each speaker has four minutes and 30 seconds to speak – this includes the captains’ summation. Make sure you speak for no less than four minutes, or you will look like you didn’t prepare well. And, speak for no more than four minutes and 30 seconds, or you’ll lose some of your hard-earned marks.

Clear information

Don’t try to cram too much information into your speech. Adjudicators prefer to hear three to four well-developed points, with clear information about each of the points. Make sure your points flow together nicely. Points are awarded for clarity and logical thought.

Use facts

Find some good solid facts to strengthen your arguments, and make sure to quote your source during your speech to back up your point.

Marking sheet

Look at the marking sheet before you debate so you know what the adjudicators are looking for.


Prepare your cue cards for the podium. Do not write your entire speech on them. Put key points, facts and quotes on them, and use them to guide you on to your next point.

Practise makes perfect

Practise, practise, practise! In front of the mirror; using a video camera; in front of your class or parents. The more comfortable and convinced you are of the points you’re making, the easier it will be to convince others – especially the adjudicators.

Refutation and rebuttal

Leave time for refutation and rebuttal. When doing your research, try to predict what the other team will say and keep some statistics that could be used to counteract their arguments. Finally, remember to use your wit! Humour really livens up a debate.

Folk songs and dances of Uttarakhand

The legends of Uttarakhand, for sure the lives of the general population are loaded with moving it is the principle piece of their custom and legacy for them as wearing garments, an absolute necessity forever. Local people here trust that move is for human to divert as well as for them the craftsmanship to please Divine beings not to fall flat man. The specialty of moving additionally owes its motivation to the entrancing legendary moving maids who harp on snow-clad crests and are differently portrayed as Ancheris, Kecharis or Paries. Dresses assume a noteworthy part in moving style while individuals assemble in some extraordinary sort of outline dresses to move and love.

Barada Nati

Barada Nati folk dance is a popular dance of Jaunsar Bhawar area of Chakrata Tehsil in Dehradun district. The folk dance is performed on the eve of some religious festivals or on the occasion of some social functions. Both boys and girls take part in the dance dressed with colourful traditional costumes.

Langvir Nritya

Langvir Nritya is an acrobatic dance and is performed by the men folk only. In this dance, a long bamboo pole is fixed at a place. The dancer acrobat climbs to the top of this pole and then balances himself on his stomach on the top. Under the pole, a band of musicians play ‘Dhol’ and ‘Damana’ while the dancer acrobat rotates on the top of the pole doing other feats with the help of his hands and feet. This dance is popular in Tehri Garhwal region.

Pandav Nritya

Pandva Nritya which is related to the story of Mahabharata has been very popular particularly in the Garhwal region. Pandva Nritya is nothing but a simple narration of the story of Mahabharata in the form of dance and music. The narration is mostly enacted on the occasion of ‘Dussehra’ and Diwali. Pandav Nritya is popular in Chamoli district and Pauri Garhwal.

Adventure Sports in Rishikesh

Rishikesh on one hand is one of the most visited religious places in India. On other hand, it is an ultimate destination for Adventure Sports. Some call it the ‘Adventure Capital of India’. It is a weekend getaway mainly for the people from nearby places in Uttar Pradesh and Delhi. Located in the beautiful state of Uttarakhand, Rishikesh offers a wide range of adventure activities.

Lets get started with the Adventure Activities in Rishikesh !


You may have wished to stay at a camp. Rishikesh offers a lot of camp themes you can choose from. Some of the camp providers also provide luxury camps with all facilities. Some of the camping themes include Jungle Camping, Beach Camping, Himalyan Journey Camping, River Zone Camping etc. Camping is mostly available as a combo with Rafting. Camping will really give you out of the world feeling !

Bungee Jumping

You may have heard a lot about Bungee Jumping. Rishikesh is one of the few locations in India which offers this Adventure. It is one of the most dangerous Adventure Sports in Rishikesh one can do. In this Activity, you legs are tied to flexible rubber cords at a fixed location and you need to jump into the valley to upto 80-90 m from your position. Minimum Weight of the person doing this activity should be 35 kg and the maximum should be 110 kg. Person with over 12 yrs of age can only perform this activity. There are professionals from New Zealand who handles these activities. You also get a Certificate of ‘Dare to Jump’ for your performance. You can also collect your Photographs and Video of Bungee Jump.

Flying Fox

This activity is done by harnessing you to the wire and move down due to gravity upto 7 m above the River Ganges. You will be pulled back after the jump is complete. Normally this activity is done by 3 persons at a time. However you can also perform it alone by paying extra charges. Minimum Weight of the person doing this activity should be 20 kg and the maximum should be 130 kg. You will get the ‘Dare to Jump’ Certificate for this activity as well. Also, you can buy your Photographs and Videos.

Sunday, 16 October 2016

Why internship is needed?

An Internship is :

A structured work experience related to a student's major and/or career goal.It provides an experience that should enhance a student's academic, career, and personal development and supervised by a professional in the field.
It’s important to note that to qualify as an internship the position does not have to be labeled “internship”. Many part time jobs, volunteer opportunities, or even summer jobs can qualify as an internship. Internships might also be called a practicum or co-op.

Benefits of an Internship

One of the recurring themes in any entry level job search is the lack of experience factor. "Where do I get experience if no one is willing to hire me?" The answer is simple: Get an internship!
Students planning to enter the permanent work force should complement their academic preparation with a range of other experiences, such as study abroad, community service, undergraduate research experiences, participation in sports and other student organizations, membership in pre-professional organizations, and internships.
An internship offers you the chance to learn by doing in a setting where you are supervised by a work-place professional, and have the opportunity to achieve your own learning goals, without the responsibilities of being a permanent employee.
An internship also offers you the opportunity to work with someone who can become a mentor for you - not only in the internship, but throughout your career.

Networking and Establishing Mentors and References

  • Meet new people and practice networking skills while establishing a network of professional contacts, mentors, and references.
  • Open to door to advice for the next steps to take on your career path.

Why India needs to spend more on higher education?

India is suffering from a persistent and gradually deteriorating crisis in education which has now risen to the state of a national emergency. The state of affairs in the education sector is so worse that presently hardly any Indian university features on the best educational institutes’ list of the world. The status of the nation in education is reflected in every global poll and survey conducted in this regard. As the position and image of the nation is headed for an impending doom, apparently none has emerged as saviour for the system to help its cause.

The global status of India

The recently conducted Time Higher Education (THE) ranking of the world’s top 100 educational institutes listed no Indian university in its list. Similarly last year saw only 1 Indian university making it to the top 400 global list.  Even India’s BRICS partners have more credible institutions on their soil than India as China alone boasts of 9 such institutes among the aforesaid global top 400. Even Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) list of top 200 universities did not feature a single Indian entity last year. These statistics are enough to highlight the dismal show of Indian universities on the global front. Even India’s much coveted institutes like the IITs and IIMs could not meet the global standards of education much to the shame of its countrymen.

System nags, education lags

Statistics like above surely defile India’s global image as a historically important global hub of education. The fact that India’s education is still revered by people irrespective of what the statistics say is only due to the credibility owned by our glorious past as well as the eminence of Indian nationals on foreign shores. The world knows very well that India is a country which produces world class scholars with tremendous mettle and purpose for education. But sadly it has hardly been able to hold on to that talent for sustaining development of higher education.

The need of the hour

India currently needs to increase its spending in higher education manifolds. This step will ensure the development of the existent infrastructure and promote research and innovation. The promotion and inclusive growth of higher education into the interiors of the nation will auger well for the nation. An enrolment of 30% of the masses in higher education does not speak well for the country on any behalf. Bridging the gaps in education and enhancing the skills of both the students as well as the teachers will do more than good for the cause. The nation must understand that it is not only the quantity that matters but also the quality as well and hence work resolutely to realize the dream.

Saturday, 15 October 2016

Software Testing As A Career For A Fresher

What Follows Is A List Of The Essentials Required To Get Your Dream Software Testing Job.

Required Certifications

If you are a fresher seeking for a software testing job, then ISEB foundation course in software testing is a must. Clearing the foundation course has become so necessary that some of the companies have clearly mentioned the ISEB certification as the minimum requirement for applying for the job in the organization.

Choose Your Niche, But Know Everything They say it’s better to lead one than mastering none. In order to be the one that companies seek you have to be a specialist in some or the other software testing techniques. There are three different niches from which you can choose the one you are interested in. 
Manual Testing manual testing, the tester has to test the software an end-user. This involves the tedious procedure of testing each and every feature of the software to find out the potential bugs. Automatic Testing  this method of testing, the tester checks the software by automating the tasks through writing scripts.

This is one of the most cost-effective methods of software testing and saves the time of the tester as the process is automatic. Performance Testing rnrnIn the performance testing the software is evaluated against some workload to determine the responsiveness, and load capacity of the software. Show Confidence The tip might come as little basic, but to nail that software testing interview you can’t afford to discount on the magic dust of confidence. Sitting there quietly and nodding to everything that that interviewee is saying might take you to nowhere. While every idea of yours might not be accepted, but sharing your ideas and observing how people are reacting to it will tell, is the company you are trying for is right for you or not. Keep Networking Develop network with the like-minded people who share the same passion for software testing. Connect with your neighbors, college mates, influencers, and experts in your niche to know how the software testers work and think. From reading the theory to trying the practical, do everything you can to know more about the role of a software tester.

Write A Kick Resume And Cover Letter Now the most important and often overlooked element of the job 
search- “The Cover letter and the Resume”! For the company that has been receiving several resumes from variegated job seekers that may or may not have applied for the relevant job, it is rare that the employer would go through each and every resume. Before sending your resume for the job, customize it exclusively for the job you seek and send it along with a kickass cover letter. Also, instead of sending your application to each and every recruiter, send it to few but relevant ones. It will increase your chances of hearing back from the employer soon. That said, as more and more companies have started gaining the benefits of testing (before release lower down the cost of fixing the bug), the hiring of software testers has increased in past few years. The profession offers quality jobs and satisfying salary package to the Freshers, all you need is the required passion into software testing and development.

President Pranab Mukherjee on a 3-day visit to Uttarakhand

Dehradun: President Pranab Mukherjee will arrive in Uttarakhand on Tuesday for a three-day visit, officials said.

Elaborate security arrangements were made for the high-profile visit and security has been beefed up at places where he is slated to visit.

On his first day, the President will inaugurate a building 'Aashiana' at the Presidential Bodyguards' campus at Rajpur road here. He will also lay the foundation stone of 12 new units and after a brief stopover would proceed to Raj Bhawan. 

Governor K.K. Paul would be hosting a dinner for the President on Tuesday night. Mukherjee is scheduled to leave, with family, for the Kedarnath shrine on an Indian Air Force chopper on Wednesday.

In other itineraries, Mukherjee will host a high tea for dignitaries and local VIPs at the Raj Bhawan on Wednesday.

On Thursday, he will attend the Ganga Aarti on the banks of the river at Haridwar. His stopover in Haridwar would be for two hours. He is set to leave for Delhi on Thursday in a special plane from the Jolly Grant airport in Dehradun, an official informed IANS.

Scientists create the smallest ever transistor – just a single nanometre long

Researchers at the Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory have demonstrated a working 1 nanometre (nm) transistor.

For more than a decade, engineers have been eyeing the finish line in the race to shrink the size of components in integrated circuits. They knew that the laws of physics had set a 5-nanometre threshold on the size of transistor gates among conventional semiconductors, about one-third the size of high-end 14-nanometre-gate transistors currently on the market.

However, some laws are made to be broken, or at least challenged.

A research team led by faculty scientist Ali Javey at the Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) has done just that by creating a transistor with a functioning 1-nanometre gate. For comparison, a strand of human hair is about 50,000 nanometres thick.

"We made the smallest transistor reported to date," said Javey, lead principal investigator of the Electronic Materials program in Berkeley Lab's Materials Science Division. "The gate length is considered a defining dimension of the transistor. We demonstrated a 1-nanometre-gate transistor, showing that with the choice of proper materials, there is a lot more room to shrink our electronics."

The key was to use carbon nanotubes and molybdenum disulfide (MoS2), an engine lubricant commonly sold in auto parts shops. MoS2 is part of a family of materials with immense potential for applications in LEDs, lasers, nanoscale transistors, solar cells, and more.

This breakthrough could help in keeping alive Intel co-founder Gordon Moore's prediction that the density of transistors on integrated circuits would double every two years, enabling the increased performance of our laptops, mobile phones, televisions, and other electronics.

"The semiconductor industry has long assumed that any gate below 5 nanometres wouldn't work – so anything below that was not even considered," said study lead author Sujay Desai, a graduate student in Javey's lab. "This research shows that sub-5-nanometre gates should not be discounted. Industry has been squeezing every last bit of capability out of silicon. By changing the material from silicon to MoS2, we can make a transistor with a gate that is just 1 nanometre in length, and operate it like a switch."

"This work demonstrated the shortest transistor ever," said Javey, who is also a UC Berkeley professor of electrical engineering and computer sciences. "However, it's a proof of concept. We have not yet packed these transistors onto a chip, and we haven't done this billions of times over. We also have not developed self-aligned fabrication schemes for reducing parasitic resistances in the device. But this work is important to show that we are no longer limited to a 5-nanometre gate for our transistors. Moore's Law can continue a while longer by proper engineering of the semiconductor material and device architecture."

His team's research is published this month in the peer-reviewed journal Science.

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