We often hear of the term smart cities. But what does it actually mean? Does it mean creating new cities or just supplementing existing infrastructure with modern information technology? I am sharing some information on how to get enlighten with this new age phenomenon.
Union Budget 2015-16 by Govt. of India has been awaited by almost every interested person from a long time. I am waiting for it to check how much my own study of international economics will be helpful in understanding the budget and meanings behind it. I understood some, and for other things, panel discussion at Bangalore International Center was the answer.
MOOC’s are gaining popularity in India, but there are certain hurdles they need to overcome before acceptance by the masses. In this article of The New Indian Express, I have tried to explain my perspective on the same.
So far, I have passed around 10 hours of night with no bride went missing, learn the concept of share auto and indirectly seen a drama in early cold morning. Little bit to imagine how last few hours of early morning will bring unexpected surprises. Want to know more about how wedding vows were reinstated? Then read the 4th and final part of my short story ‘wedding night: Muprhy’s law upheld’.
The bride did not go missing, the melodrama over the same name did not bring any trouble. However, going to find an auto driver in a cold winter night was more than enough to frustrate me over the situation. However, I did manage this situation with an FBI style search energizing everyone in early morning.
You have read how the bride went missing and my unintentional entry into ‘no-entry zone’. After this melodrama, I got some sigh of relief with things were going fine, until at 23:00 hrs.. the event folded afterwards made me the realization of how name has got everything.. only if you are addressing the right person.
How many of you are married? How many of you know Murphy’s Law? Can you see some connection? Well, I certainly did for not just once or twice but for an entire night while handling some responsible tasks during the wedding of one of my sister. Do you want to know, how Murphy’s law was upheld in an Indian wedding? then certainly you need to go through this short story of mine.
Today, I am an engineer, who knows about market trends, can plan business strategies, take part in trade negotiations, understand government policies and guess the impact of monetary policy changes,” he signs off.
For about two years since May 2012, Ankit Khandelwal from Kota, Rajasthan, has worked on his international management project. However, Khandelwal did not go to any regular business school. Instead, he used the free Massive Open Online Courses (Moocs) and OpenCourseWare (OCW) from top universities such as Harvard, Stanford and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) taken through the platforms of Coursera and edX to pursue his project.
Former Copenhagen student Ankit Khandelwal has designed his own self-study program to become a global business leader. Here, he shares the secrets of self-directed learning using technology and his program.