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94th Foundation Day Celebrations in Jamia Millia Islamia

Oct 29, 2014

Dr. Karan Singh, Member of Parliament, Rajya Sabha inaugrated 94th Foundation Day Celebrations & Inaugration Of Talimi Mela along with Prof. Talat Ahmad, Vice-Chancellor, Jamia Millia Islamia today at 10.30 am in the Forecourt of Dr. M. A. Ansari Auditorium, Jamia Millia Islamia. They received the Guard of Honour by NCC Cadets of JMI.

Jamia Celebrates its Foundation Day every year on October 29 as it was established on October 29, 1920. Various exhibitions, programmes, debates, competitions, drama and other activities are taking place in the campus.

Highlights of Talimi Mela

  • Exhibition “The Making of a University, Jamia Millia Islamia 
  • (1920-1988)”  Venue: 
  • Premchand Archives & Literary Centre, Al-Beruni Block, Jamia Millia Islamia. The exhibition shall be on view on all week days till 19th November, 2014. 
  • NCC Show and Cultural Function by Officer Cadets of NCC at Jamia
  •  Venue: 07.30 PM at NCC Camping Ground, Behind Faculty of Fine Arts, Jamia Millia Islamia. 
  • Outreach Programme: Session on "Dastangoi"
94th Foundation Day Celebrations in Jamia Millia Islamia
Invitation
94th Foundation Day Celebrations in Jamia Millia Islamia
Dastangoi
94th Foundation Day Celebrations in Jamia Millia Islamia
94th Foundation Day Programmes

Pictures from Talimi Mela

94th Foundation Day Celebrations in Jamia Millia Islamia
Visitors in Talimi Mela

94th Foundation Day Celebrations in Jamia Millia Islamia
Main Entrance of Talimi Mela from the Ansari Auditorium

94th Foundation Day Celebrations in Jamia Millia Islamia
Volunteers Welcoming Visiros at the Entrance

94th Foundation Day Celebrations in Jamia Millia Islamia
Visitors at Stalls

94th Foundation Day Celebrations in Jamia Millia Islamia
Long Rush at The Entrance

94th Foundation Day Celebrations in Jamia Millia Islamia
Hoarding displaying Research Project of CECDR

94th Foundation Day Celebrations in Jamia Millia Islamia
Crowd at the fair

94th Foundation Day Celebrations in Jamia Millia Islamia
Crowds Welcoming Vice Chancellor and the Guests

94th Foundation Day Celebrations in Jamia Millia Islamia
Food Stall

94th Foundation Day Celebrations in Jamia Millia Islamia
Visitors at Food Stall

94th Foundation Day Celebrations in Jamia Millia Islamia
Participants in Painting Competition

94th Foundation Day Celebrations in Jamia Millia Islamia
Me with my Friends : Me, Tariq, Muddy (from left to right)


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What to do and what not to do: Alert as Al-Qaida launches India wing

Sep 4, 2014

Its high time the whole nation is burning from inside specially after so many riots in Uttar Pradesh and the gang rapes all over the country...Before this heat gets spark and burn the country we must come together join hands in hands and make ourself strong and create some understandings between each other...
Al-Qaeda and other terrorist organisation has no religion, no human feelings..they fool people by spreading salt on their wounds given by us...So we should try not to wound anyone...It is we who faces all the atrocities in the hands of terrorists, politicians etc...So we must understand that none of us want to harm anyone and its others, some terrorists or politicians who spread hatred among us...we should open our eyes and ears and spread the truth..not get foofled by them.. 

What to do?
1. keep your eyes, ears open and report any suspicious activities or materials to police or any authority.
2. Co-operate with police or other authority
3. believe in yourself..have self confidence..
4. settle all your disputes and grievances..
5. respect every individual of any cast community or religion
6. help the one in need. 
7. report to police if anyone tries to create conflict and disputes.
8. oppose firmly if someone tries to create conflict or spread hatred and even throw tomato and egg.
9. in case of any dispute report to police, try to pacify them..
10. act before it is too late...
11. always support truth..
12. have the guts to admit your mistakes and take blame on yourself...
What not to do?
1. never spread the message that you are not sure of whether its rigt or wrong
2. never suspect anyone without reason or by his her appearance or cast or religion
3. never ever do anything that can create conflict
4. never give way to communal angle if you are harassed by some one..
5. Never get fooled by someone who create conflicts or spread hatred...
6. never get carried away by the false reports..
7. never applaud when your leader give hate speeches...instead throw tomato, eggs or whatever you can grab..
8. never go mob way..no one can control them..act before some-one gets mobbed down.
9.  never take sides when things go wrong..instead jump in between and try to pacify them and find out what's wrong...
10. never blame anyone...instead blame yourself if you did anything wrong...

at last I would like to say everyone knows what to do and what not..we all can differentiate between the right and wrong...but the reality is that none of us does what we need to do...we simply closes our eyes when we are at fault and attack when they are at fault....

forgive me for any mistakes I did...I never had any wrong feelings..
issued in the interest of mankind
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Is there anybody who can help this old man???

Feb 20, 2014

After watching a movie at Centre Stage Mall Sector 18 Noida we decided to go to Nizamuddin as we felt hungry. 

I was with three of my friends travelling in a car on the way to Nizamuddin....We were in our own mood, talking, singing making fun of each other until my friend applied a sudden break....We saw someone lying on the road near the nizamuddin-bhogal bridge. We stepped out and when saw the person it seemed he was dead and presumed that somebody might have struck him and fled. But when we came near and heard him screaming in low voice. He was unable to say anything other than aah uuh. Other vehicles were passing by as we parked the car midway as to prevent another stroke to him. Some even stopped and joined us we didn't know what to do. Some wounds were seen on his head. They were like holes and even the blood had dried or better say the man had no blood in him to shed. We decided to put him on the median (divider) on the road to prevent further chaos. After placing him on the median we requested several autowallas to help us take the man to the hospital but no-one agreed. Everyone tried to get rid of the situation. Even a policeman was there and when we approached him he also tried to flee. But when we shouted on him and asked him to call the police van, he instead asked us to dial 100. Even the policeman was unable to stop any autorickshaw.

After some time a pcr van came and when we asked them to take the old man to the hospital they instead started enquiring. what happened? How did the accident occured? Was it you who struck him? But there were some people who were qithbus from the start and explained them that he was already lying on the road and nobody knows how. And then they said ok we are taking a U turn and then take the man to the hospital and they never did the U turn instead went ahead and stopped there. Another pcr van came. They were from the local police station. They also enquired and noted our vehicle no and went ahead. When we forced him he showed us another pcr van approaching and said ask them they will take him.

We were like what the hell is going on. Even the police is not doing anything then who the hell will do. Will Krrish or Shaktiman will come to protect this man. Finally when that pcr van approached policemen didn't want to take him on their van as it would get bloody or dirty. They removed the floor cover of the vehicle and asked us to carry the old man and keep him on the floor. We carried him to the van and he was still screaming and shivering. After they went we asked other policemen that why did they note our vehicle no they said not to worry. The first policeman who was nearly from the beginning whom we didn't allow to run started saying you don't understand we have our work our duty and all bla bla.

I really don't get this. What has happened to us, our people, our society no one ever cares about others. Even some of them who stops they only enquires and instead advise you do this, do that and all and go off.

I even felt that there are some glitches in law that some people who want to help resist because of police questioning and harassing them.

But nobody thinks that it can be us, our family members, friends, relatives, or our loved ones in place of old man and if this situation goes on nobody will help us too.
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Road Landscape - Mathura Road, New Delhi

Jan 11, 2014

mathura road landscape
This document is about the Landscape of Mathura Road, Near Modi Mill Flyover & Okhla Mod
 New Delhi.

INSIDE THE DOCUMENT:
  • ROAD AND ITS SURROUNDINGS
  • PLAN, 
  • ROAD SECTION, 
  • DETAILS,
  • LANDSCAPE FEATURES
  • PLANTS AND TREES
  • SERVICES AND STREET FURNITURES
  • INFERENCE
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Jama Masjid Boys Hostel, Jamia Millia Islamia

Dec 11, 2013

Jama Masjid Boys Hostel, Jamia Millia Islamia

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National Education Day Celebration in Faculty of Architecture, Jamia Millia Islamia

Nov 12, 2013

Faculty of Architecture & Ekistics, Jamia Millia Islamia celebrated Education Day to commemorate the 126th birth anniversary of Maulana Abul Kalam Azad.

Several competitions were organised in the Construction Yard in Faculty Of Architecture.

Competiotions Organised:

  • Photography Competition
  • Mural Design Competition
  • Poster Making / Slogan Competition

Competition On The Spot:

  • Essay Competition
  • Caricature / Sketching Competition
  • Nukkad Naatak
Photography Competition:


Mural Design Competition:


First Prize


Third Prize

Caricature / Sketching Competition:


First Prize


Second Prize

Third Prize

Consolation Prize


Poster Making / Slogan Competition:



First Prize
Second Prize

Third Prize

Consolation Prize

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PPT Presentation on Shallow Foundation

Oct 30, 2013

Shallow Foundation
This document is about the Shallow Foundation.

INTRODUCTION:
“A foundation is the lowest and supporting layer of a structure”. It transfer the structural load of build structure safely into the ground.

SHALLOW FOUNDATION:
Placed immediately below the lowest part of the superstructure. Its purpose is to distribute the load over a wide area.
Shallow foundations are usually embedded about a meter or so into soil.

Types of Shallow Foundation:
  • Spread footing
  • Combined footing
  • Strap or Cantilever footing
  • Mat or Raft footing
INSIDE THE DOCUMENT:
  • Classification of Foundation
  • Introduction of Shallow Foundation
  • Types of Shallow Foundations
  • Spread Footing
  • Types of  Spread Footing
  • Combined Footing
  • Strap Footing
  • Matt or Raft Foundation
  • Raft Foundation
  • Advantages of Shallow Foundation
  • Disadvantages of Shallow Foundation
  • Precautions to be Taken
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Landscape of Humayuns Tomb, Nizamuddin

Oct 17, 2013

sirifort stadium
This document is about the Landscape of Humayuns Tomb situated in Nizamuddin in New Delhi.

INTRODUCTION:
First garden-tomb in the Indian subcontinent:

 First Charbagh garden in India

 Architect: Mirak Mirza Ghiyas

 Spread over 30 acre(120,000 m2)

 over 2500 trees and plants, including mango, lemon, neem, hibiscus and jasmine are planted in the gardens.

  • Main Tomb is placed in centre of a 30-acre (120,000 m2
  • Persian-style garden with quadrilateral layout and was the first of its kind in the South Asia region in such a scale.
  • The highly geometrical and enclosed Paradise garden is divided into four squares by paved walkways and two bisecting central water channels, reflecting the four rivers that flow in jannat, the Islamic concept of paradise.
  • Each of the four square is further divided into smaller squares with pathways, creating into 36 squares in all.
  • The central water channels appear to be disappearing beneath the tomb structure and reappearing on the other side in a straight line, suggesting the Quranic verse, which talks of rivers flowing beneath the 'Garden of Paradise'.
  • The central walkways, terminate at two gates: a main one in the southern wall, and a smaller one in the western wall.

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Dissertation on Indian Architect: Ar Manit Rastogi

Oct 10, 2013

sirifort stadium
This document is about the Dissertation on Indian Architect Ar. Manit Rastogi founder of Morphogenesis.

He has taught at the Architectural Association, London; School of Planning and Architecture, Delhi and the Hong Kong Polytechnic Institute; and has been a juror on several design & award juries and several academic juries at architectural institutes throughout the country.

He is also a member of the various energy and sustainable associations across the world like Association for Development and Research of Sustainable Habitats (ADaRSH), Green Buildings Rating System India (GRIHA), Architectural Association, London etc.

Manit Rastogi has been invited as a speaker to various national and international events such as, International Conference on Competitive Cities (New Delhi), International Design Conference APSDA, International Green Building Conference IGBC (Singapore), Urban Islands (Australia), Green Building Conference (Hong Kong), and the World Architecture Congress (Dubai and Singapore) etc.

Manit Rastogi follows a simple philosophy of sustainable design that adapts to the environment and is optimized for use by the community.

This Dissertation contains:

  • Introduction of Manit Rastogi
  • His Philosophies
  • Projects 
  • Planning: Plan, Section as well as Construction details
  • An Interview With Manit Rastogi
  • Case Study of Projects
  • Metropolitan Mall, Gurgaon
  • Corporate Office For India Glycols, Noida
  • The British School, New Delhi 
  • His Other Works
  • Conclusion
  • Bibliography
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The science of decision making

Aug 1, 2013

There are so many things that effect our choices in decision making. We came across some choices that most of the people make and effect us in decision making.

We accept the default choice

We make worse decisions over time

We make better decisions in the morning

We make better decisions in a foreign language

Being hungry is bad for decision-making

A full bladder helps us make better choices

Ventilation is important for good decision-making

Leaning to the left affects our choices

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