A Message to Our Honorable Prime Minister from ENGINEERS


From
BE Engineering Students,
All States, India

To
The Honorable Prime Minister of INDIA,
South block, Raisana hills, New Delhi-110101

Dear Honorable,Prime minister of India Mr.Narendramodi,
sir I wish to write a letter to you this is very important for me, and like me every other engineering students life.
I wish to dedicated to all my engineering friends ,

Sir we have done 22 years of hard work commitments and with hope, our parents have invested lakhs of rupees for our education..But sir what is the use of it ? Even after hard work for such a long time we are unemployed..My college didn’t even call up for a single company in campus drive. My seniors asked me to create account in monster & naukri,but no use.. I’m only get updates for bpo and tech supports..sir SSLC is more than enough to work in a BPO. Seniors then asked me to go in search of a job myself ,I did.. BUT companies today don’t need fresher’s they only need experience candidate.Companies are hiring fresher’s only if they have good reference.But I don’t have reference or influence 😦 I’m failed.Then some people asked me to approach some industries and to hand over my resumes to hand it over to watch man’s.. I even did that..But watch man answers me that our company has vacancies only for ITI and Diplomas,we don’t need engineers. hmm again I’m failed….Then some people suggested me to join some consultancy I even did that..consultancy showed me a ray of hope.They arranged me for a interview.. I went there first question asked by HR was what will you do from morning till evening. I answered that I SEARCH job..he laughed at me and suggested to join some courses.. Okay I even did that by investing some more money to complete my dreams.Then consultancy arranged me for one more interview I went there.It was a small scale industry.. I got selected in 3 rounds of interview.H.R offered me 8000 to 10000 rupees per month with a two years bond in a metropolitan city where I at least need 10000 rupees to fulfill my basic needs has a bachelor. Respected sir would u accept this type of a job..I guess NO.. My friend who has secured very less marks than me us working in a MNC will a package of 25000 because he had influence.. Sir we have invested lakhs and have done hard work not to earn 8000.we avoid attending family functions not because we have EGO but its because we don’t have job.. First question asked by relatives is WHAT ARE YOU DOING NOW..sir I feel ashamed to answer this question.. Whenever I call my parents the first question they asked me is DID U GET A JOB.I’m again feel ashamed. I have to ask money from my parents at least for food and shelter.. This is the most worst moment.. I feel ashamed.. One small request sir if India don’t have potential to give employment stop giving license to new colleges..10 new engineering college are been permitted every year in my state.. Is that important.. Around 2lakh students are joining for engineering every year only in my state.. why is that sir..I have lost all my faith because I have gone through very bad times and failures.. But I AM PROUD TO BE A ENGINEER.. This is not only my story ..but every engineer who don’t have money and influence..
WE REALLY NEED YOUR HELP SIR ..YOU ARE OUR ONLY HOPE SIR @narendramodi

JAI HIND

Thanking You

Yours Faithfully
Engineers

Friends Please Share it with everyone and One Day it will reach to our Honorable Prime Minister…….

Maggi noodles controversy

Today hot topic news Maggi noodles controversy

Drug Administration, collected samples of Maggi from a store on March 10, 2014 for tests to determine whether Nestle India was complying with its stated claim that the product doesn’t contain any monosodium glutamate (MSG), a taste enhancer.A test in a laboratory in Gorkahpur revealed the amount of MSG was more than the permissible level. When Nestle disputed the finding, further tests in one of the best laboratories in Kolkata confirmed the high MSG levels and detected dangerously high lead content in Maggi samples.

What Mean Monosodium glutamate (MSG) is a flavor enhancer commonly added to Chinese food, canned vegetables, soups and processed meats.

The samples of noodles, spaghetti, pasta and macaroni made by other companies too will be sent for testing. “We understand that a toxic substance is used by many of these companies to ensure that the noodles and similar products so that they don’t stick together after cooking.”

Pandey, who had earlier taken on Britannia for the “wrong labelling of its non-vegetarian cake” told that against the permissible lead content of 0.01 parts per million, the Maggi samples contained 17 parts per million.
The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India ordered nationwide tests following an order “If contents are injurious to health, we will take action. We will find the culprits…they will be punished,”
Only one of 13 samples tested in a Delhi laboratory was deemed acceptable. Lead levels in 10 samples exceeded the prescribed limit and five were inaccurately branded and contained MSG without a proper declaration.
Nestle India, in statements posted on its website, contended Maggi is safe as the results of “internal and external tests show that lead levels are well within the limits specified by food regulations”.
It said samples of Maggi noodles from 600 product batches were sent to an external laboratory for independent analysis while samples from almost 1,000 batches were tested at a Nestle laboratory.
Nestle said it was cooperating fully with authorities after officials in Uttar Pradesh informed it about elevated levels of lead in a sample of Maggi and MSG in products labeled “no added MSG”.

Maggi’s troubles grow Delhi bans sale of noodles
government in Delhi on Wednesday banned the sale of Maggi noodles for 15 days in the Capital, deepening manufacturer Nestle India’s troubles as the country’s food safety regulator has ordered nationwide tests of the instant snack amid mounting food-safety fears.Delhi health minister Satyendra Jain revealed the government’s decision at a press meet after 10 out of 13 samples of the popular “two-minute” snack failed laboratory tests and were found to be unsafe, containing lead exceeding the permissible level.“The government asked Nestle to recall all Maggi noodle packets from the national capital,” said Jain, who met officials of the multi-national food giant earlier in the day.“Further tests will be conducted during the fortnight. Besides, samples of instant noodles of other brands will be tested, too.”

Nestle India
Nestle India said it has not received any order from central or state authorities for recall of Maggi noodles. “We wish to state that we have till now not received any orders from any state/Centre FDA authorities to recall Maggi noodle products in the market except an order from the Uttar Pradesh FDA dated 30.4.2015 asking us to recall a batch of Maggi noodles manufactured in February 2014, which had already reached the best before date in November 2014,” it said.Maggi sales have plunged since laboratory tests — first in Uttar Pradesh in April — showed the noodles contained lead and the chemical flavour enhancer monosodium glutamate, or MSG, at levels higher than the legal minimum.The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) ordered nationwide tests after Union food minister Ram Vilas Paswan directed the regulator to do so.

medical experts
According to medical experts, excessive intake of lead can cause damage to the kidneys, bones and nervous system. It is particularly harmful to children and can cause learning disorders. Health experts say MSG, often used as a flavor enhancer in processed food and in some restaurants, can damage the nervous system with long-term use.

Google is worried

Google is worried that the US government is going to start hacking into computers all over the world

Google has publicly expressed its opposition to new laws in the US that would make it legal for the government to hack into computers.What the US government is proposing is a law that would allow it to be able to hack into computers in the US if it has a warrant.The main thing that Google is worried about is an expansion of the proposed law that could let the government legally hack into computers in other countries.

The government wants to be able to hack computers that have been hidden using software like a virtual private network. That means that their exact location is unknown. Google fears that the government won’t be able to tell where the computers it’s hacking into are, and it could hack into computers in other countries.

Source
googlepublicpolicy

Girl On Mars

Girl On Mars Shradha Prasad

shradha prasad mars girl
shradha prasad mars girl

Kerala girl Shradha Prasad’s dream of settling down on Mars is inching towards reality, with the 19-year-old from Palakkad qualifying for the final round of selection for the “once-in-a-lifetime opportunity”. Mars-One is a non-profit organization based in the Netherlands. It aims to establish a permanent human settlement on Mars by offering a one-way trip to those selected.

Her parents’ only child, this mechanical engineering student is also the lone candidate based in India to be selected by Netherland-based Mars-One for the fourth round of the astronaut selection process, the organization announced on Monday.

Shradha, a student of Coimbatore’s Amrita University said, “I am keen on settling down on Mars as I have a passion for space sciences and technology. This apart, I also enjoy taking risks and doing something adventurous. The one-way trip to Mars combines the two.”

Asked if she was confident of making it into the 24-member crew that will be selected to go to Mars, she replied: “After my success in the third round, my confidence has strengthened. I came to know on February 13 that I had passed. I was ecstatic. But we were not allowed to disclose it.

“It will be tough leaving my family, friends and all my near and dear ones. Yes, I agree it will not be that easy. But, let me not forget that it will be an once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.”

Asked how her parents view the possibility of their only child permanently settling down on Mars, she said: “They think I am crazy. But, I am known for doing eccentric stuff. So, they are not surprised.”

Mars-One
Mars-One is a non-profit organization based in the Netherlands. It aims to establish a permanent human settlement on Mars by offering a one-way trip to those selected. The current plan envisages crews of four departing every two years beginning 2024. The first unmanned flight is slated for lift-off in 2018.According to Mars-One, 50 men and 50 women passed the second round. The candidates came from across the world — 39 from the Americas, 31 from Europe, 16 from Asia, seven from Africa and seven from Oceania.

Source http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com