Friday 11 October 2013


It is well past midnight. It has been more than 20 hours since Sachin Tendulkar announced his intention to retire following his 200th Test next month. MEDIA has gone into what can only be called its tsunami mode. Its forces have gathered, scattered out emails, made dozens of phone calls, scoured through the archive, and presented you, the beloved reader, with a Himalayan range of words, pictures and numbers to mull over. Every arm of social media has been shaken.
Along with other cricketers, and 100crore of people who are drilling in their minds to pick one of their favourite Tendulkar memory I was also busy remembering my fav moment.Today, though, it was as if the news of Tendulkar has set us free - in heart, mind, and memory,and hurt deep down inside.
In the time Tendulkar has played for India, we've all grown up, grown old, but never grown apart from cricket. Maybe it was him, maybe it was his time. Maybe we're just a bunch of sentimental fogeys between the ages of 5 and infinity. Throughout his career, Tendulkar has kept reaffirming the faith and belief that no matter what, there was much in cricket that could be uplifting, exceptional, clean.
News of his impending retirement was not unexpected - over the last 18 months much has unravelled around Tendulkar at a somewhat dismaying speed. In the context of an unrelenting 24-year career, however, what is remarkable is that the tailspin did not take place earlier.
To many, our 40s are when we finally secure our place in the world and find the discipline needed to keep middle-aged maladies at bay. To cricketers it is the time the mind becomes quicksilver sharp to the game's demands, but the body falls half a step behind. For driven, competitive creatures like Tendulkar, who are seekers and finders of sustained excellence, accepting the march of time must be tougher than we can imagine.
As Tendulkar's batting has dipped and his struggles have mounted, we have wrung our hands in misery and helplessness. Our worries have been about "legacy" and "timing" and "appropriateness", our anxiety centred around the notion of a Tendulkar "legend".

     "I have seen God, he bats at no. 4 for India"

We've probably got it all wrong. To Tendulkar, perhaps the legend or the idea of legacy does not exist. All that existed was a fresh set of difficulties, to which he responded with the only method he had ever practised: by looking for yet another new route to adapt to a rapidly changing inner dynamic. He flung himself at the problem, like he always had with other problems - more practice, more hits, more nets, more training. It was his way of rattling the gates of the cricketing gods, and it had always worked.
When the announcement came, the first response was a tumult, a cascade. Tendulkar had made up his mind, he had bitten the bullet. It was done, and maybe like us he feels free too. Now it means we, like thousands of others, don't have to worry about him and for him anymore. Then his career flashed past in the mind's eye and all of us found ourselves in it. It contained the past all the years of our own lives, tagged on somewhere as we watched, applauded, cursed, celebrated, whirling around in suspense, joy, mortification, gratitude.  

Thursday 3 October 2013

Life's Facts...

Life is full of surprises ...Don't ever try searching for them because when the right time comes, in your most unexpected moment you'll appreciate it even better..!! —

Wednesday 2 October 2013

Gandhi Jayanti

Gandhi jayanti is celebrated as the birthday of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi famous as Gandhiji also known as “Father of the Nation”. He was born on 2nd October 1869.Gandhi jayanti is celebrated every year in his honour. He was known for his two most powerful weapons-Truth and Non-violence. Gandhi jayanti is a national holiday in India. This day is celebrated all over the world as International day of non-violence.
 Gandhi Jayanti is marked by prayer services and tributes all over India, especially at Raj Ghat, Gandhiji's memorial in New Delhi where he was cremated. Popular celebration includes prayer meetings, commemorative ceremonies in different cities by colleges, local government institutions and socio-political institutions. Painting and essay competitions are conducted on themes of glorifying peace, non-violence and Gandhi's effort in Indian Freedom Struggle.
This festival is celebrated with great reverence and pomp and show. We all students must look upon the values of Gandhiji and try to follow them in our lives.

Tuesday 1 October 2013

A New Beginning With E cell

A New Beginning with E-cell


The clock struck 6 ,a mob of young, excited and enthusiast technocrats found themselves rushing to SH-3 , the first ever “E-Cell”

Lecture , conducted by Ankit Shukla , President E-Cell .

The lecture mainly focused on the topic : “ The power of open source software “ . In the course of the lecture sir took on us on a ride to the world of open source software. Beginning with Word Press, better known as the language of internet and then seeing the students growing interest sir switched on to Magento , a boon for E-Commerce.

Also he introduced us to source forge, Quora , Courjera… making the students realise the power of open source softwares.

Also he expressed his aim of conducting a marathon no. of workshops in 50 colleges of Gwalior encouraging the emerging career , of being an entrepreneur .

His views inspired everyone present there & insighted a new zeal, a new wave of positivity flowing through SH-3.