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The Department of Electrical Engineering University of South Asia has organized Final Year Project Exhibition in which 14 groups of final year students presented their highy technical projects as solution to Industrial problems . Such commercial projects will contribute effectively in socio-economic development of Pakistan. Efforts of USA's Electrical Engineering Department were appreciated by worthy VC Usa Mian Imran Masood ,Member PEC & Dean UET Dr Suhail , MD(R) PEPCO Engr Khalid,Ch Abdul Razzaq Cheif Engr GEPCO ,Engr Fesal Toosy & Dr.Yaqoob ( External Examiner from UCP) and many notables from industries and dignitaries from different race of life. [...]
The study skills needed for Higher Education are ultimately only acquired through studying at that level. Study skills don’t hatch fully formed, any more than a grown hen pops from an egg. They evolve and mature through practice, trial and error, feedback from others, and reflection as students move through the different stages of their course. Many students are surprised at how their thinking and language skills develop simply through continued study. However, there are some basic approaches which students can use to get off on a good footing, help cut corners and accelerate the learning process. Firstly, students need to [...]
Hopefully a successful one, am I right? Maybe the billionaire kind. Well, if you're not today, you could be someday! And knowing what type of entrepreneur you are just might help get you there. See, social scientists have found that most successful entrepreneurs fit into one of six profiles, as determined by their analysis of 30,000 entrepreneurs. That's a lot of insight, y'all. And what did they come up with? In a nutshell, most successful entrepreneurs fit into one of these six categories: Hustler Innovator Machine Prodigy Strategist Visionary Of course, people aren't so one-dimensional and each of us probably has some [...]
Pakistan’s economic growth in fiscal year (FY) 2016 reached 4.7 percent — the highest rate in eight years and a significant increase from the previous year’s 4.0 percent, says a new World Bank Report.The highest growth in the past years mean that the economy performed well in the last financial year after five years regime of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) and three years of PML(N).Besides the improved performance of the sitting government, there are various favorable factors involved that brought growth in the economy including falling of oil and commodity prices globally, the continuation in the increase of overseas remittances, the [...]
The innumerous health benefits of physical activity &exercise for weight loss, general fitness and mood enhancement are well established. Less widely known, perhaps, is that physical exercise reduces the risk of getting breast cancer, improves the survival in breast cancer patients and reduces breast cancer recurrence by helping to reduce the levels of many of the chemicals in our bodies that are associated with the initiation and development of breast cancer. Physical activity further helps the person to feel good and helps prevent breast cancer in women of all ages, especially the post-menopausal women. World Health Organization (WHO) defines moderate exercise as; 150 [...]
MORE THAN A FEELING Neuroplasticity is the idea that the brain constantly changes throughout an individual’s whole lifespan. This means that a brain can connect and re-connect its neurons to other different neurons. Such an idea is at the heart of neuroscientist Dr. David Eagleman’s development, a vest that uses the sense of touch to help the deaf ‘hear’ again. Eagleman, together with Scott Novich and his team from Rice University developed this technology using the Sensory Substitution technique. It is the technique that takes over the functions of a damaged sensory organ by feeding information to another channel, usually another sensory organ. This is why some blind [...]
Just this week, Amazon received a patent for the smallest drone ever. The miniaturized, unmanned,aerial vehicle (UAV) is designed to assist users in a number of ways — from recovery of lost persons and items, to providing assistance to policemen and firefighters. It’s Amazon’s first venture into a drone product for consumers – not just for delivery. The drone’s features make it an all-around personal assistant, equipped with voice-control and Alexa (Amazon’s AI-equipped voice assistant). Accordingly, it can respond to voice commands such as “follow me” and “hover,” allowing for varied uses. Amazon also plans to make the drone quite small – small enough to fit in your pocket or [...]
Choosing a major is a complex decision, often a tug-of-war between personal interests and financial prospects. Recently there has been a heightened focus on colleges’ financial return on investment. Parents sometimes put pressure on their kids to choose majors that lead to lucrative careers, and last year the White House released a college scorecard that shows annual cost, graduation rate and average first-year salary. Today GlassDoor released its list of the college majors with the highest starting salaries. It analyzed hundreds of thousands of resumes and their corresponding salary reports to create the list. The numbers don’t take into account any signing or annual bonuses [...]
You’ve gotten the offer, congratulations! Maybe you’re inclined to accept. It’s been a long search, the offer seems pretty good, and if you hesitate they might just change their mind, right? Not necessarily. Nine times out of ten it’s in your interest to pause, take a short time to reflect on the job itself, and depending on what you find negotiate to get what you want. In that short window of time between their offer and your acceptance, you have an opportunity to further define the role to boost your chances of job success and satisfaction (as well as negotiate compensation, [...]