Thursday, 9 July 2020

Voice of Nature

Just click this SOUND button and you will hear a very common voice of Birds , but is it really common ? In fact such sounds can be heard from my  Balcony , Only now a days
(Recorded Today on 4th April 2020) when the country is observing Lock-down due to spread of COVID19 . 

The reality is that this sound is not common... it is normally buried under the noise created by us and our machines. So what we should do to hear this sound "Normally"
Lock down is Not Good n is not a solution for environment protection, but it is an opportunity to understand that our environment can be revived up to some extent  ---
What we can do , Sorry , what I can do will be more appropriate .....

1.Will spread the message for environment protection 

2. Will use energy very wisely n use equipment with high efficiency

3.Will plant  Trees as many as possible n Protect them

4. Will dispose plastic n chemicals as per the instruction only

5. Will follow Reduce Reuse n Recycle system

6. Will spread the message for Population Control , it is one of the biggest challenge 

7. Will keep all machines n equipment in Order so as to reduce pollution

8. Will support conservation of all Natural Resources

9. Will promote Non conventional energy sources, clean energy green energy

10. Will support organisation which are working for environment protection in all walks of life including my Purchase Behavior

11. Will motivate youth including my students for CARING APPROACH TOWARDS OUR MOTHER NATURE

I know contribution of an individual will be nearly Negligible , but it will not be ZERO. Our generation has this responsibility to hand over planet earth in a Live-able condition to our Next Generation ....It is already Late , if we fail to respond to the Sound Of Nature , it will be disastrous for HUMANS it self ,because Nature will find Something like CORONA VIRUS to make the Balance.
Hope to see our Earth in a better condition , after all we have Only ONE EARTH 🌏

Dr Neeraj Saxena

Wednesday, 8 July 2020

Humans are visibly the most intelligent  creature of Nature. They have developed so much that they can find solutions of any  problem. They have treatment for diseases , they have machines  to work for them , they are on the Moon , they wish to have colony on Planet Mars , they are flying in space , diving into the sea n what not . We are surrounded by words like AI , IoT, Robots , cyborg and so on . 

We are intelligent enough to Control everything Including NATURE , Is it true??
Are we really able to control , then what about Tsunamis , Floods , Earthquakes ,   even Forest fires etc. and the most recent in the series is COVID19 . We are helpless and afraid , most of the world HUMAN population is with in their  Homes due to a virus which is not even fully Living organism .....

The naked fact is that Our intelligence has been used for over exploiting the Nature , to the extent of destroying it.  Our glaciers are melting very fast which will effect the ecology of earth in a very bad manner ,we even can not visualize it .
So it is already late to think upon such issues , but still we have time to recover . We must use our intelligence for a beautiful balance between NATURE n DEVELOPMENT . 
I am not against development and I also understand that Earth is changing since its inception ,because of reasons which are Man made and otherwise also ,but only point of consideration is the speed of Change because of Man made reasons . Change should not be so fast that Intelligent Human fail to cope up with the changes  ......
Our focus should be  Planet Earth as a whole and Not the Humans only , otherwise our Intelligence will not be able to save us ..... 


Wish you all a better Planet Earth...   

Dr Neeraj Saxena

Tuesday, 7 July 2020


you can fight covid19 in following 5 ways
  • Follow Social distancing in absolute terms
  • Wash your hands with soap , frequently n properly
  • Follow respiratory hygiene eg. mask if required (Now it is must in Some states of India 8/3/2020)
  • In case of symptoms like fever , dry cough n problem in respiration*  immediately contact your Doctor . 
  • Do not self medicate.Do not spread rumors Do not panic        BUT DO NOT BE CARELESS
Corona is a world problem but contribute your share in fighting against it ........Your small efforts can do a Lot...
 wish you best of health .

Dr Neeraj Saxena 

*for symptoms information contact your Doctor

Tuesday, 17 March 2020

How To Turn Home Science Into Rocket Science?

It may sound preposterous to you that home science can be used into rocket science but this is the reality which is hard to believe. The recent movie "Mission Mangal" is the best example of it. "Home science can be converted into rocket science” and the above mentioned movie endorses this statement to be true.

Honorable Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi in his recent motivational speech at ISRO has said that "Science is the greatest branch of the knowledge." So far as the science is concerned, it has many branches and they all are one or the other way related to one - another. The branches may differ but the technique behind them is the same. All the laws of the sciences function in uniformity. Therefore techniques used in the one branch can also be applied in any other branch of the science.

In order to understand "how home science can be converted in rocket science"; let's take some examples. 
When we make poori at home, we use this trick. When we find that the oil in the pan is piping hot, we put off the gas and fry many pooris in the hot oiled pan and hence save the gas. The same technique was used is the movie to reach to the mars in the small amount of fuel. The scientists turned-on the engine of the orbiter at the time of its fall and that gave it sufficient energy to move it ahead for revolving in its orbit. Later, they switched off the orbiter’s engine to save the fuel. Also in order to reduce the weight and other expenses of the satellite, the scientists made the satellite by using plastic, which indeed is pollution but eventually became a solution.

When the mission was at the verge of its launching, scientists got stuck at a serious issue. They needed material for satellite to launch but they had no extra funds for that. At that time scientist was a lady and also a housewife. She used her home-science sense and suggested to use the old material used in the previous Launch. She emphasized on why to waste the matter that they already had. Similarly, home science also deals with the same idea of reusing the things. If the food is redundant, our mothers give it to all of us after seasoning the food.

At some crucial point all the signals were lost with the orbiter. Everybody was puzzled with-what to do next. In such a serious situation one of the lady scientists again used her home-science trick that she learned seeing her husband while he operated the computer. Her husband used to reboot the computer when it got hanged. She also did the same with the orbiter when its signals transmission was lost. After a few seconds to reboot, not only they got the signals back but at the same time it increased the speed of orbiter to a great extent, which was very much required.

Through these examples it is to be cleared that people who consider home science as an inferior subject or feel it confined within the four walls of the houses, needs to change their thinking. Nothing is smaller or bigger in this world. The minds that use those things make them bigger or smaller.

RBMI is the only institute in North region which focuses on each and every student to bring a complete transformation in their thoughts and personality. Home science is itself a world of knowledge. It contains ample of opportunities within it, only the vision is required to explore it and for that RBMI is the best place.

                                         Shyama Chauhan (Assistant Professor, RBMI-Bareilly)

Wednesday, 26 February 2020

From Nationalization to Restructuring

An important step towards Public sector banking was taken in July, 1969, when 14 banks with a deposit base of Rs. 50 crore or more, were Nationalized. The second phase, of nationalization was carried out in 1980 with six more private banks. These steps brought 91% of the banking segment in India under Government Ownership.

One of the main objectives of nationalization of the banks has been to help achieving the balanced regional sectorial and sectional development of the economy by way of making the banks to reach out of the small man and to the remote area of the country. Students of Rakshpal Bahadur Management Institution, Bareilly [RBMI] having opinion that Countries like India, where we have a Urban-Rural divide, it was necessary for banks to go in the rural areas where sector such as agriculture, small & village industries were in need of funds for their expansion and further economic development.

Another benefit of nationalization of banks provided the GoI more control of credit delivery. Students of Rakshpal Bahadur Management Institute, Bareilly [RBMI] in a group discussion conclude that In India, the agriculture sector and its allied activities were the largest contributor to the national income. Thus, these were labeled as the priority sector. But, unfortunately, they were deprived of their due share in the credit. Nationalization was urgently needed for catering funds to them.

From the major breakthrough of nationalization, in context of ensuring financial safety, soundness, and solvency of banks, and to promote a diversified, efficient and competitive financial system, recently another milestone was set by the GoI of announcing the merger of 10 state-run banks into 4-large entities.

Following the consolidation, the country will leave with 12 public sector banks, instead of 18 at present.

 Oriental Bank of Commerce & United Bank will merge into Punjab National Bank to create a bank with Rs. 17.95 lakhs crore Business and 11437 branches.
 Merger of Syndicate Bank with Canara Bank will create the fourth largest public sector bank with Rs.15.20 lakhs crore business and 10324 branches.
 Andhra Bank & corporation Bank’s merger with Union Bank of India will create India’s fifth largest public sector bank with business of Rs. 14.59 lakhs crore and 9609 branches.
 Allahabad Bank with Indian Bank will create business of 8.81 lakhs crore with strong branch network in South, North and East of the country.

The students and faculty members of Rakshpal Bahadur Management Institution, Bareilly [RBMI] welcomes the step taken by the GoI and looks forward for the positive impacts on our Economy of these reforms and mergers.

Nitin Agarwal (Assistant Professor, RBMI-Bareilly)

Monday, 20 January 2020

Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership & India’s concerns

The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership is a proposed Free Trade Agreement among 16
nations namely Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore,
Thailand, Vietnam, Australia, China, India, Japan, New Zealand and South Korea. Efforts for formation of RCEP started seven years ago in 2012. Idea behind this FTA has been promotion of trade and investment activities in the member nations.

RCEP as trade block will be biggest FTA with 40 percent of global trade, RCEP members have total
population of 3.6 billion means bulk of world population living in this area. But India decided not to sign this agreement and be away from RCEP, as some factors are not as per need of India. “The present form of the RCEP Agreement does not fully reflect the basic spirit and the agreed guiding principles of RCEP,” Prime Minister shri Narendra Modi said in his address at the RCEP summit in Bangkok, according to a tweet by official broadcaster Prasar Bharati.

India’s Concerns

India’s trade deficit with the RCEP nations is $105 billion, of which China alone accounts for $54 billion.The main worry is over Chinese manufactured goods and dairy products from New Zealand flooding Indian markets, hurting domestic interests. Domestic industry and dairy farmers had strong reservations about the trade pact. Sri Lanka is already giving a tough time to Indian spice growers. Vietnam and Indonesia have very cheap rubber to export. The trade agreement was also seen as being detrimental to the government’s Make in India initiative.

The Rules of Origin

The rules of origin or country of origin is one point were India could not get satisfactory arrangements. The rules of origin or country of origin can be understood by an example, if country has decided to lower tariff on a product of country B, country B will have to prove that product has grown or really manufactured in country B, merely importing from country C to B, repackaging and exporting to country A will not work. India wanted to have this arrangement but a consensus could not be formed.

Liberal Trade in Services

India wanted to have liberal trade in services and information technology among the member nations.
India wants easier movements of professional among the member nations to make RCEP commercially more meaningful.

Some of other apprehensions cited by media are Niti Aayog’s suggestions that India, in past, has not been benefited by FTA, trade deficit has only widened against India after FTA signed by India. China may dump more products in Indian market adversely impacting domestic industry in India, farmers were fearful of dairy products imports from New Zealand.

Suggestions are that India’s business environment should be more competitive, government should
further made rules and regulations business friendly, India should emerge as innovation hub of the world. These suggestions were discussed with the students at RBMI campus, Bareilly.

                                                            DR. PANKAJ AGRAWAL (PROFESSOR, RBMI-BAREILLY)

Thursday, 5 December 2019

Cloud computing (Pay-per-use)

With the growth of the Internet, mobile applications and many multicultural communications, it is
important for people to be able to access and understand information in many different languages
quickly. These information resources with a diversity of different languages are distributed in Web
pages and the databases. Cloud computing offers these resources for users in "Cloud" through the
Internet pay-per-use basis. The term Cloud refers to a Network. We can say that Cloud is something,
which presents at remote location. Cloud can provide services over all networks such as, WAN, LAN
or VPN. Applications such as E-mail, web conferencing, Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
etc implement on cloud computing.
Cloud Computing deals to manipulating, configuring, and accessing the hardware and software
resources distantly. It also refers online data storage, infrastructure, and application. From a user's point of view, a good cloud computing defined as using Web applications and/or server services that we pay to access rather than software or hardware that we purchase and install.

Cloud Computing includes data, application and storage and also provides these three basic services i.e.
1. Software as a service (SaaS)
2. Platform as a service (PaaS)
3. Infrastructure as a service (IaaS)

In software as a service model, IT companies provide software services to different customers by
virtualized environment. In platform as a service, companies provide different software development
environment to the user in which they can develop their applications by using the company’s platform. In infrastructure as a service, the user of the cloud uses the physical infrastructure of the cloud providers such as servers, hard disks etc.

The main advantage of cloud computing is that the customer/user pays for what they are using. Pay-as–you-go method is a payment method for cloud computing that charges based on usage in private cloud and amount of storage in public cloud. Some other advantages of cloud computing are as follows:

 One can access applications as utilities, over the Internet.
 One can manipulate and configure the applications online at any time.
 It does not require to install a software to access or manipulate cloud application.
 It offers online development and deployment tools, programming runtime environment
    through PaaS model.
 Cloud Computing offers on-demand self-service.
 It is highly cost effective, it just requires an Internet connection

RBMI is working to ensure that our students are educated about the benefits of cloud computing and
the best way to attach the full potential of the cloud. RBMI conduct consistent IT workshops/seminars
for students which help them to learn new trends and new technologies.