Saturday, 28 April 2018

Mega Trends That Will Change The World

Trend 1: The incrementing datafication of our lives

From chatting to friends in a messaging app or buying a coffee, to tapping in and out with an Oyster card or streaming music, today virtually everything we do leaves a trail of data breadcrumbs. And this incrementing datafication of our world has led to an unprecedented explosion in data.
Just in the average minute, Facebook receives 900,000 logins, more than 450,000 Tweets are posted, and 156 million emails and 15 million texts are sent. With numbers like that, it’s no wonder we’re essentially doubling the amount of data engendered in the world roughly every two years.

Trend 2: The Cyber World of Things (IoT) and how everyday contrivances are becoming more ‘smart’
The IoT – which encompasses keenly intellective, connected products like perspicacious phones and astute watches –is a major contributing factor in this exponential increase in data. That’s because all these keenly intellective contrivances are perpetually accumulating data, connecting to other contrivances and sharing that data – all without human intervention (your Fit bit synching data to your phone, for instance).
Assuredly anything can be made perspicacious these days. Our cars are becoming increasingly connected; by 2020, a quarter of a billion cars will be hooked up to the Internet. For our homes, there are conspicuous perspicacious products like TVs, and less conspicuous ones, like yoga mats that track your Downward Canine. And, of course, many of us have voice-enabled personal auxiliaries like Alexa – another example of an IoT contrivance.
That’s already an abundance of contrivances, but the IoT is just getting commenced. IHS has prognosticated there’ll be 75 billion connected contrivances by 2020.

Trend 3: Exponential magnification in computing power is fueling massive tech advances
None of this incredible magnification in data, nor the billions of IoT contrivances available, would be possible without the Brobdingnagian leaps in computing power that we’ve made. Between 1975 and 2015, computing power doubled at a rate of every two years, afore slowing to the current rate of approximately every two and a moiety years.
But we’re reaching the constraints of what traditional computing power can handle. Thankfully, on the horizon, we have quantum computing. Probably the most paramount transformation of computing power ever, quantum computing will visually perceive computers become millions of times more expeditious than they are right now. Tech bellwethers are in a race to launch the first commercially viable quantum computer, capable of solving quandaries that today’s computers can’t handle. Capable, even, of solving quandaries that we can’t even imagine yet.

Trend 4: The incredible elevate of artificial perspicacity (AI)
Computers are now able to learn in much the same way as we humans do, and this leap in AI capabilities has been made possible by the massive increases in data and computing puissance. It’s the incredible explosion in data that has sanctioned AI to advance so expeditiously over the last couple of years; the more data an AI system has, the more expeditious it can learn and the more precise it becomes.
This immensely colossal step forward in AI mean computers can now undertake more and more human tasks. In fact, it’s AI that sanctions computers to visually perceive (e.g. facial apperception software), read (e.g. analysing gregarious media messages), heedfully auricular discern (e.g. Alexa standing by to answer your every command), verbalize (e.g. Alexa being able to answer you) and gauge our emotions (e.g. affective computing).

Trend 5: The unceasable freight train that is automation
The more astute machines become, the more they can do for us. That signifies even more processes, decisions, functions and systems can be automated and carried out by algorithms or robots.
Eventually, a wide range of industries and jobs will be impacted by automation. However, for now, the first wave of jobs that machines are taking can be categorized utilizing the four Ds: dull, dirty, perilous and dear. This betokens humans will no longer be needed to do the jobs that machines can do more expeditious, safer, more frugal and more accurately.
Beyond the four Ds, machines, robots and algorithms will supersede – or augment – many human jobs, including professional jobs in fields like law or accounting. From truck drivers to bricklayers to medicos, the list of jobs that are liable to be affected by automation is surprising. One estimate reckons that 47 percent of US jobs are in peril of automation.

Trend 6: 3D printing opens up astounding opportunities for manufacturers (and others)
Cognate to incrementing automation, the invention of 3D printing is disrupting manufacturing, and other industries, in many positive ways. In traditional (subtractive) manufacturing, objects are cut or hollowed out of material, such as metal, utilizing something like a cutting implement. But in 3D printing (additionally kenned as additive manufacturing), the object is engendered by laying down, or integrating, layers of material. The materials utilized in 3D printing can be assuredly anything: plastic, metal, concrete, liquid, powder, even chocolate or human tissue!
With 3D printing, far more involute shapes can be engendered than in traditional manufacturing – and utilizing less material, additionally. It withal sanctions for much more preponderant customization of products, without worrying about economies of scale.

Trend 7: We’re interacting with technology in very different ways
The way we interact with technology has transmuted dramatically in recent years – and is still transmuting. Thanks to perspicacious phones and tablets, we can carry out a gamut of tasks on the move simply by physically contacting a screen. Mobile web utilization has incremented to the point where, in 2016, it overtook web utilization through traditional computers. Google has additionally corroborated that probes on mobile contrivances now outstrip desktop searches.
We’re withal verbalizing with our contrivances, utilizing voice searches via Siri and the like. Estimates suggest that, by 2020, 50 percent of all searches will be voice searches, and around 30 percent will involve no screen whatsoever. As a result, all kinds of businesses are gradually integrating their products with the relishes of Siri, Alexa and Google Assistant. For example, Alexa is being integrated into BMWs from 2018.
Virtual authenticity and augmented authenticity represent the next immensely colossal leap in interface innovation, transforming how businesses interact with customers.

Trend 8: Block chains: An invention that could transmute our world
Block chain technology is a very practical solution to the quandary of storing, authenticating and forfending data. Cerebrate of a block chain as a decentralized, profoundly secure database. Or, to get marginally more technical, it’s a distributed, peer-to-peer ledger of records. While nothing is ever consummately ‘hack-proof’, blockchain represents an immensely colossal leap forward compared to our current data security technology as, unlike a centralized database, there’s no one single point of failure.
The records in a block chain are called ‘blocks’ and every block is connected to the anterior block (hence, ‘block’ and ‘chain’). The whole chain is self-managed, which designates there’s no one person or organization in charge of the entire chain. If that sounds familiar, it might be because the virtual currency Bit coin functions on block chain technology.
Financial accommodations, indemnification and healthcare are just some of the sectors where block chains are liable to be heavily adopted. In fact, 90 percent of major European and North American banks are exploring block chain solutions.

Trend 9: Platforms are the way forward for businesses
A platform is essentially a network (digital or physical) that engenders value for participants by facilitating connections and exchanges between people for accommodations, products or information. The platform is infrequently the genuine accommodation provider; instead, it acts as a facilitator for the crowd, making interactions possible, facile, and safe for participants.
Platforms have given elevate to businesses like Airbnb, Uber and Amazon, and are withal the substructure of what Facebook and Twitter do. However, platforms offer magnification opportunities across all kinds of businesses, industries and sectors – not just tech companies. Even long-running businesses with more traditional business models, like Ford, are commencing to develop platform strategies.

Friday, 27 April 2018

Most popular jobs for mechanical engineering

Here is a list of the most popular jobs for mechanical engineering. If you earn this type of degree, these are the kind of jobs you will find waiting for you after graduating. Hopefully this list will assist with your selection of degree/university as well as help with your job hunt upon graduation from school with your B.TECH ME credentials.
Good luck!

What are the most popular careers for mechanical engineers? Take a look here and see for yourself.

·        Application engineer
·        Automotive engineer
·        Aviation engineer
·        Aerospace engineer
·        Project construction engineer
·        Design engineering manager
·        Energy engineer
·        Field sales engineer
·        HVAC design engineer
·        HVAC mechanical engineer
·        Industrial project engineer
·        Manufacturing engineer
·        Manufacturing plant manager
·        Manufacturing project manager
·        Mechanical design engineer
·        Manager-operations
·        Product design engineer
·        Project engineer
·        Quality assurance engineer
·        Quality control engineer
·        Research and development engineer
·        Testing engineer

Sunday, 22 April 2018

Employment Profile for a Computer Engineer in 2018

Computer engineers are trained to work as software and hardware engineers. They design, research, develop and test computer systems and ancillaries such as processors, circuit boards, network platforms, recollection contrivances and routers. These engineers innovate and develop software and hardware for advances in computer technology.

Employment Profile 
Computer engineers (After B.TECH)

Understand and apply cognizance of computer science and electrical engineering.

Develop and work with digital technology, in computer networking and computer systems.

Develop computer hardware and design and implement software applications

Use adeptness and erudition in hardware and software design

Work in computer programming to make computing platforms and applications both efficacious and efficient.

Ensure smooth functioning and integration of computer hardware and software.

Keep updates about  latest innovations in technology

Optimize network capabilities and communications systems.

Computer engineers have 2 major vocation options- Software and Hardware engineering.

As hardware engineers they work on computer systems and all components used to make a computer.
As software engineers they test and work with computer programs, applications, network security, mobile and other computer operated contrivances.

They withal work in Robotics, Aeronautic design, wireless networks, sophisticated equipments etc.

Skills required

Ability to work as a component of a team

Problem solving skills


Ability to work long hours at a task

Logical & systematic


Analytical mind

Employment Opportunities
Software developers

Firms installing business systems.

Advertising & Mass Communication

Research Labs

Computer & Technology manufacturers

Digital Consulting firms

Semiconductor companies

Armed Forces



Educational Institutions

Business Enterprises

Top Recruiters
• Google

• Yahoo

• Hewlett-Packard 

• International Business Machines Corporation

• Toshiba Corporation 

• Dell Inc

• NEC Corporation

• Canon Inc

• Apple Inc

• ASUSTEK Computer Inc

• Acer Inc

• Lenovo Group Inhibited


• Sun Microsystem


• Infosys


• Wipro

• Techmahindra

Starting Package
2.20 Lakhs to 8.20 Lakhs per annum or more as per specialization acquired.

Saturday, 21 April 2018

Google Assistant

What is Google Assistant, how does it work, and which contrivances offer it?
Google is taking on Alexa, Siri, and Cortana with its own voice assistant: Google Assistant.
Google first unveiled Assistant at Google I/O in May 2016, launched it on the Google Pixel and Pixel XL phones, brought it to Google Home and then Android Wear 2.0, afore it commenced it rolling it out to other phones running Android.
More than year on from Google Assistant's launch, Google has spread Assistant far and wide, not only on Google's own hardware, but through partnerships with other companies. That visually perceives Google Assistant in a wide range of contrivances, from fridges to headphones, verbalizers to cars.

What is Google Assistant?
Google Assistant is Google's voice-controlled astute assistant. It's was pristinely an upgrade or extension of Google Now - designed to be personal - while expanding on Google's subsisting "OK Google" voice controls.
Pristinely, Google Now astutely pulled out pertinent information for you: it kenned where you work, and it kenned your meeting locations and peregrinate plans, the sports teams you relished, and what intrigued you so that Now could present you with personal information that mattered. Google has long killed the Google Now brand, but Assistant very much lives in the same space, but fuses these personalised elements with a wide-range of voice control.
The "OK Google" or "Hey, Google" side covers voice commands, voice probing, and voice-activated contrivance control, letting you do things like send messages, check appointments and so on on your Android contrivance, just like Apple's Siri on an iPhone or iPad, but reaching far beyond that, with a bot-centric AI experience, designed to give you conversational interactions.
Because Google Assistant kens you and understands context, it can react in an apprised or perspicacious way. That's paramount as Assistant spreads its wings, because it gives voice control a lot more power and moves it on from only reacting to categorical phrases or commands.
And Google Assistant is now in everything and can control everything, with a full list of Google Assistant partners here.

Which contrivances offer Google Assistant?
Google Assistant launched on the Google Pixel smartphones and Google Home in 2016, afore expanding to just about all modern Android contrivances. It's available on Android Wear contrivances via Android Wear 2.0, Android TV via Nvidia Shield and others and Android Auto. At launch, Google verbally expressed Assistant would be exclusive to the Pixel phones, but it was anon available on all Marshmallow and later phones, and even the Apple iPhone.
With Google offering its own range of perspicacious verbalizers - Google Home - it moved into an incipient realm, sanctioning Google Assistant to work with third parties to bring other products under the control of the keenly intellective AI. That sanctioned contrivances like Philips Hue to be controlled by Google Assistant and not just through Google Home, but wherever you transpire to interact with Assistant.
But it isn't a one-way street from Google platforms to other contrivances, as Google Assistant is withal integrated into astute verbalizers, headphones, appliances, and just about everything else you can cerebrate of.
Assistant is genuinely everywhere at this point, ambulating a path that's very kindred to Amazon's Alexa.

On older Android Smartphones
Google commenced rolling out an update in February 2017 for Android 7.0 Nougat and 6.0 Marshmallow phones. Since then, assuredly every phone has offered Google Assistant, sometimes alongside other AI offerings.
Samsung, for example, includes Google Assistant alongside Bixby, while HTC offers Assistant alongside Alexa on some of its phones.

Android L phones and Android M and N tablets
In December 2017, Google promulgated it is expanding its Google Assistant accommodation so that it will be available on more mobile contrivances. It's coming to Android Lollipop phones as well as Android Marshmallow and Nougat tablets. It'll be available on Android Lollipop phones where Google Assistant is already available, like the UK.
With this major expansion, Google verbally expressed over 50 per cent of Android users across the world will have access to Google Assistant on their contrivances. Withal, now, for the first time, it's coming to Android M and N tablets. With Google Assistant on tablets, you can do all the customary stuff: set reminders, integrate to your shopping list, and more.

However, it's only rolling out to tablet users with the language set to English in the US. It will be coming to more languages next year, Google verbalized.

Friday, 13 April 2018

Top 10 Professional Courses After 12th in India

Top 10 Professional Courses After 12th in India
1) Engineering
2) Law
3) Medicine
4) Architecture
5) Journalism
6) Chartered Accountant
7) Internet, web designing, IT
8) Pharmacy
9) Nursing
10) Commercial Pilot

Think out of the box
Below are some relatively unknown but excellent courses that offer great careers:
  • Forensic sciences
  • Agriculture
  • Marine biology
  • Geology
  • Logistics and warehousing
  • Pyrotechnics
  • Nutrition
  • Food technology
  • Micro Biology
  • Industrial safety and security

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Thursday, 5 April 2018

MBA Course: Scope and Career.

Specialization: (Human Resource Management)
·        An MBA in Human Resource Management may well be the next best thing in the job industry as it is aimed at optimizing employee performance in order to establish more preponderant profit for the company.
·        It fixates on training employees to deal with customers, hiring, managing payments, establishing a good relationship between employer and employee and a host of other things, the cognizance of which avails take a company from being average to being at the top.

What is the course ?
Since this area is geared toward engendering an optimum relationship between everyone to bring in more mazuma, the main courses that students will be trained in including Fundamentals of HR Management, Fundamentals of Industrial Relationships etc. The course additionally covers subsidiary aspects that are just as essential to any industry such as general management, marketing, organizational comportment, economics, information systems, finance, and strategic management.

Course is ideal for which kind of students?
The eligibility to get into this course isn’t something out of the way. Students possessing a degree in any discipline are worthy candidates for identically tantamount. However, they have to have scored at least an aggregate of 50% marks in that field in order to apply for an MBA in Human Resource Management. Apart from that, getting a good score on MAT or AIMA will accommodate you well.

The most ideal students for this course are those that apart from getting the desired marks have good communications skills as this will avail develop good relationships among people in the workplace. Similarly, supervisory and orchestrating skills will make the person an ideal candidate for getting a job in HR Management n future.

Occupation opportunity after the course?
HR administrators are a must in all institutions that seek to have a smooth sailing. Given the essential role that HRM has, students can find jobs in virtually all fields ranging from edifying institutions to corporate, industries and Multinational corporations.
Some of the jobs that students with an MBA degree in HR Management can take include Emolument Manger, Manager of Employee Cognations, HR Generalist, Technical Recruiter, Director of Staff, Placement Manager, Training and Cognations Manager, Organizational Consultant and more.

Salary Scale for HR Management Jobs in India
HR is being considered one of the best paid fields in the entire industry. That is why; more and more people are looking to do a course in HR Management. As a tyro in the field, you can make about INR 2 to 5 lacs if you have the desired skills. If you have superior training, you stand the chance of making as much as INR 7-10 lacs per year.

Top 10 Companies hiring after the course
Some of the well-kenned companies that you can expect to get hired by:
- ICICI Bank
- Deloitte
- Cognizant
- Infosys
- Hudson Inc.
- Wipro
- Accenture
- ABC Consultants
- Tata Consultancy Accommodations
And many more…..

Best of study.
Best of Career.

Monday, 2 April 2018

Civil Engineering Projects

1.     Project on Earthquake vibration control using modified frame-shear wall
2.     Project on Advanced Earthquake Resistant Techniques
3.     Project on smart materials
4.     Project on Causes Prevention And Repair of Cracks In Building
5.     Project on rehabilitation techniques.
6.     Project on Advanced Pavement Design
7.     Project on sewage treatment plant
8.     Project on Air pollution & its control
9.     Project on stability of high rise buildings.
10.           Project on Computer Application In Civil Engineering-ANN
11.           Project on watershed management
12.           Project on water resources engineering
13.           Project on Corrosion Mechanism, Prevention & Repair Measures of RCC Structure
14.           Project on Soil Liquefaction
15.           Project on Analysis for seismic retrofitting of buildings
16.           Project on ready mix concrete plants
17.           Project on Advance Technology in Surveying
18.           Project on Arsenic Removal From Ground Water By Coagulation Process
19.           Project on Concrete Cube Testing – A Neural Network Approach, Using MATLAB 6.0
20.           Project on Collapse of World Trade Center
21.           Project on Cellular Lightweight Concrete
22.           Project on Bridge Bearings & Stability
23.           Project on Development Of Remote Monitoring System For Civil Engineering
24.           Project on advance construction techniques
25.           Project on the rain roof water-harvesting system
26.           Project on advanced pavement design
27.           Project on mineral admixtures for high-performance concrete
28.           Project on construction safety management
29.           Project on seismic isolation devices
30.           Project on energy dissipation devices for seismic design.
31.           Project on use of polymer composites in bridge rehabilitation
32.           Project on gis, gps and its applications
33.           Project on pile foundation
34.           Project on thermally comfortable passive house for tropical uplands
35.           Project on formwork types & design
36.           Project on value engineering
37.           Project on rectification of building tilt
38.           Project on space hotel
39.           Project on green buildings
40.           Project on marine pollution
41.           Project on intelligent transport system
42.           Project on zero energy buildings.
43.           Project on interlinking of rivers
44.           Project on Improvement of bearing capacity of sandy soil by grouting
45.           Project on Passive solar energy buildings
46.           Project on flexible pavement
47.           Project on glass fiber reinforced concrete
48.           Project on failure of foundation due to earthquake
49.           Project on silica fume concrete
50.           Project on reservoir-induced seismicity
51.           Project on retrofitting using frp laminates
52.           Project on non-destructive testing of concrete
53.           Project on  mixed traffic control & behavior continuously reinforced concrete pavement
54.           Project on highway safety
55.           Project on fly-ash concrete pavement
56.           Project on ground improvement technique
57.           Project on golden quadrilateral of India
58.           Project on global warming
59.           Project on skyscrapers
60.           Project on eco-friendly housing
61.           Project on ductility requirements of earthquake-resistant reinforced concrete building
62.           Project on disaster management in natural calamities
63.           Project on construction challenges for bridges in hilly area
64.           Project on analysis of pre-tensioned concrete girders construction
65.           Project on E-waste disposal
66.           Project on Geojute Fabrics – As Soil Stabiliser
67.           Project on Construction Equipment
68.           Project on Offshore Structures.