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How do you feel when you your girlfriend leaves you because you are still unemployed after engineering?

How do you feel when you your girlfriend leaves you because you are still unemployed after engineering?

Answer by Arun Raina:

In order to answer this question , let me share my perspective.

There is an extra ordinary speech by Onkar Kishan khular , in which he says:

Bolywood has made us to see love stories as the end destination. We have always been bought up the ideal story when a hero meets a heroine- is the ideal state-is the destination.But nobody talks about what if story end’s before that , what if there is a heart break ?

What after that ?

No body talks about that .

1000 of years ago, M'an was god. M'an had limitless powers as god would have .Suddenly M'an started misusing these powers,abusing these powers .So supreme God realised he need to take these away. So he asked his advisor where should I hide it?

First advisor Said – put it deep in the ground .

God said , M'an would find it and dig it out .

The second advisor said– put it deep in the ocean .

God said ,that M'an will find out that as well .

Third advisor said -Put it at the top of mountain.

God said that man would climb that mountain one day.

So supreme god decided ,that the source of this par need’s to be hidden in the heart of the man , where it cannot be found.

The keys to this par are only 2.

1: Love

And

2: Breakup

The chemical Locha Breakup, can be transferred from one person to another.Research has shown M'an traps his energy or his emotion in his creation .

  • Poet’s have transferred it to poems .
  • Artist’s have transferred it to paintings.
  • Entrepreneur have transferred it to startups.

The greek’s call this “Meraki”

Meaning : to do something with all your heart,with love.

Eq :Why is your mom food so tasty ?

Because it's made from heart.

This is the emotional energy , which is there.

But there is a flaw during love , you only do impossible thing’s for your partner. Not for anyone else, not for yourself , your parents, your friends etc.

E.g. : people saying I will get moon for you.

Human beings have this ability to transform themselves into something that they cannot do ,but can do only for one person whom they love.

But let us consider about heart break whether it's from partner ; parents or friends.Heart break can be from three cases:

  • Person you love’s say No
  • They cheat on you
  • Or they die

In 2005 at the age of 14 Onkar Kishan Got first heart break and he created a sketch.

After 2 years another heart break , he created a sculpture .

Then he got drop out from 2 different colleges.He left family business .

In 2014 he created a painting with thumb pins – 16000 thumb pins

The painting of Shivani and Shakti within three weeks.

He didn't felt any pain, it was another energy which created it.Today he has left 3 colleges , started and closed many companies.He has written a lot of books ,made a lot of paintings , created a lot of music and he is still trying to break some world records there and he is still 25.

He says whatever he is been doing from past years , there is pattern to all of it. And one common element is Heart break .Wheneve he was heart broken he did wonders .

He says biggest masterpieces are made after Heart Break .

Example:

MUMTAZ MAHAL

DIED

June 17, 1631 ,Burhanpur

Shah Jahan spent 20 years & $1 Billion on making Taj Mahal for her.He made it just for a memory.This is the power of heart break.

The world was changed only by those who had emotional energies, who did not like what was going on .

How Breakup Feels ?

  1. ROCK BOTTOM
  2. DEPRESSION
  3. EDGE OF CLIFF
  4. NO FEAR, NOTHING TO LOOSE
  5. MENTAL SPACE

FORMULA =No fear + Energy + Free mind ➡️ Success .

You can either fail or you can use this energy to fuel success.

PS: source Power of Breakup | Onkar Kishan Khullar | TEDxRamanujanCollege

How do you feel when you your girlfriend leaves you because you are still unemployed after engineering?

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My answer to Should I opt for Galgotias University or Chandigarh University for BBA program?

Answer by Arûn Râinâ:

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How is CGC Landran?

My answer to How is CGC Landran?

Answer by Arûn Râinâ:

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WE CAN SAY CGC IS GOOD ONLY FOR CSE AND IT , BUT WHEN IT COMES TO MECHANICAL DON’T EVEN THINK ABOUT IT

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Overall college is good but if u want to join any campus of Chandigarh group of colleges then will recommend you CU, the exposure you will get in cu will not get here

THANKS A2A!

How is CGC Landran?

Which is the best place to study for iit jee?

My answer to Which is the best place to study for iit jee?

Answer by Arûn Râinâ:

I have been asked this question quite a few times because I was not a part of a coaching institution so I’m glad I get to put this answer on paper (even if virtually) thanks to your question.

It depends on what you’re measuring the worth of taking coaching on. The one line, over-simplified answer is "slightly advantageous" for the short-term goal of clearing the JEE and "it doesn't matter" for long-term achievements.

Here's what came forth as top points:

1. Inspiration: inspiration leads to motivation, and motivation leads to action. Inspire yourself regularly by following role models.

2. Avoidance of distraction: smartphones, social media, and relationships – these are the three biggest distractions at this phase. Avoid all three as much as you can.

3. Focus: learn how to stay focussed for long. There are many focussing techniques (like meditation), which help bring laser sharp focus to your brain.

4. Eliminate learning gaps: while the full concept is too much to explain here, the gist is: make sure your foundations are solid, so you are able to build up knowledge on top of it. For eg. if you are weak in algebra or trigonometry, its going to hurt you in more advanced topics that build up on that.

5. Flow state: once again, a longer concept to talk about, but in short — when you begin studying, don't break that flow until the end of that phase of study. Constant breakage is massive waste of time.

6. Scheduling: you need to create a very tight schedule that makes sure that all weaknesses are fully covered.

7. Increasing challenge: keep challenging yourself regularly with solving increasingly difficult problems. If you aim for Everest, you will definitely manage to climb the mountains of Shimla. 😉 Try to simulate test situations as frequently as you can.

8.Eat & sleep well:Having a good diet is as much essential as studying. Your brain needs regular energy from food to work efficiently. You must have at least 8 hours of proper sleep to relax your brain.It is always better to start early and revise towards the end to come through with flying colours!!

SAY YES TO SELF STUDY:

Guwahati zone has the highest percentage of students who preferred self study for IIT JEE with 61.4% opting for it while Madras with 39.4% has the lowest number of students relying on self study for JEE preparation.The major reason for this upcoming trend in IIT preparation is the commercialization of coaching institutes and providing a one size fits all solution to IIT preparation. Those who crack IIT JEE eventually, learn at a much faster pace than others and with the batch sizes increasing to accommodate more people, there is an increasing divide within these batches which harms both the slow and fast learners

READ MY RECENT ANSWER FOR DO'S AND DONT'S TO CRACK IIT

Do I have any hope to get into IITs if I scored 65% in boards?

ADVICE TO CRACK IIT:

How to Prepare for IIT JEE 2015 – Tips for IIT

thanks !

Which is the best place to study for iit jee?

What are the weirdest questions asked in an IIM interview?

My answer to What are the weirdest questions asked in an IIM interview?

Answer by Arûn Râinâ:

IIM-A Interview: When such intense discussion followed

image courtesy :google

Interviewer 1: Why are people poor?

Student: Not very sure, sir. Please! Any options?

Interviewer 2: Oh! But you should know. It’s because they don’t have money. It’s simple.

Student:… Apologies Sirs, but isn’t this the ‘meaning’ of being ‘poor’, and not the reason?

Interviewer 2: (zapped)

Interviewer 1 (in his excitement to go one-up): “… He’s poor because he’s not earning. Hence, no money.”

Student: “… apologies Sirs again. But is he poor because he is not earning out of laziness, or he is working and not being paid, or, is he ready to work and earn, but is not getting a job.”

Interviewer 1: Have you studied Economics in your B.Tech?

Student: “No, sir our canteen supervisor in the hostel is really poor, and he has a Master’s in Mathematics”

Result: Selected!

What are the weirdest questions asked in an IIM interview?

Which is the best place to study for iit jee?

My answer to Which is the best place to study for iit jee?

Answer by Arûn Râinâ:

I have been asked this question quite a few times because I was not a part of a coaching institution so I’m glad I get to put this answer on paper (even if virtually) thanks to your question.

It depends on what you’re measuring the worth of taking coaching on. The one line, over-simplified answer is "slightly advantageous" for the short-term goal of clearing the JEE and "it doesn't matter" for long-term achievements.

Here's what came forth as top points:

1. Inspiration: inspiration leads to motivation, and motivation leads to action. Inspire yourself regularly by following role models.

2. Avoidance of distraction: smartphones, social media, and relationships – these are the three biggest distractions at this phase. Avoid all three as much as you can.

3. Focus: learn how to stay focussed for long. There are many focussing techniques (like meditation), which help bring laser sharp focus to your brain.

4. Eliminate learning gaps: while the full concept is too much to explain here, the gist is: make sure your foundations are solid, so you are able to build up knowledge on top of it. For eg. if you are weak in algebra or trigonometry, its going to hurt you in more advanced topics that build up on that.

5. Flow state: once again, a longer concept to talk about, but in short — when you begin studying, don't break that flow until the end of that phase of study. Constant breakage is massive waste of time.

6. Scheduling: you need to create a very tight schedule that makes sure that all weaknesses are fully covered.

7. Increasing challenge: keep challenging yourself regularly with solving increasingly difficult problems. If you aim for Everest, you will definitely manage to climb the mountains of Shimla. 😉 Try to simulate test situations as frequently as you can.

8.Eat & sleep well:Having a good diet is as much essential as studying. Your brain needs regular energy from food to work efficiently. You must have at least 8 hours of proper sleep to relax your brain.It is always better to start early and revise towards the end to come through with flying colours!!

SAY YES TO SELF STUDY:

Guwahati zone has the highest percentage of students who preferred self study for IIT JEE with 61.4% opting for it while Madras with 39.4% has the lowest number of students relying on self study for JEE preparation.The major reason for this upcoming trend in IIT preparation is the commercialization of coaching institutes and providing a one size fits all solution to IIT preparation. Those who crack IIT JEE eventually, learn at a much faster pace than others and with the batch sizes increasing to accommodate more people, there is an increasing divide within these batches which harms both the slow and fast learners

READ MY RECENT ANSWER FOR DO'S AND DONT'S TO CRACK IIT

Do I have any hope to get into IITs if I scored 65% in boards?

ADVICE TO CRACK IIT:

How to Prepare for IIT JEE 2015 – Tips for IIT

thanks !

Which is the best place to study for iit jee?

Who is the topper of JEE Mains 2016?

My answer to Who is the topper of JEE Mains 2016?

Answer by Arûn Râinâ:

T Sai Teja secured 345 out of 360, the highest marks in the open category while K Vignesh Reddy scored the second highest mark of 340.

Two students — M Prashanth Reddy and Sai Aditya Sonthi — scored 335, and three students, S Sai Praneeth Reddy, C Lakshminarayana and P Sai Kiran secured 330 marks.Hearing details about how he prepared for the exam, Sai Teja said, "I think I got the foundation right, even at the school level my teachers were very helpful and taught me to concentrate more on concepts. My parents motivated me at every level and that helped me to keep my morale high."

He added, "The key for me is studying in stress-free environment. It helped to grab concepts quickly. Other than this, there is nothing exceptional about my preparation," he added.

IIT JEE (Main) Results 2016: Chennai lad among state toppers – Times of India

Who is the topper of JEE Mains 2016?

How should I prepare for JEE (Advanced) 2016 by myself?

My answer to How should I prepare for JEE (Advanced) 2016 by myself?

Answer by Arûn Râinâ:

IT IS SAID THAT BETTER TO BE LATE THEN NEVER, SO DON'T WASTE TIME BY THINKING THAT CAN YOU DO IT, JUST TAKE AND GRAB IT INTO YOUR MIND THAT  "YOU WILL DO IT"

yes dude, take a aim and you can definitely .

DO’s to succeed in IIT-JEE

  • —  Regular self study for minimum 4-5 hours a day from day one which  should be increased gradually.
  • Stick to NCERT textbooks and your FIITJEE Module,CPPs/DPPs. First solve them completely and then go to  one more reference book or study material which is much better than  jumping to ‘n’ number of sources and solving them partially.
  • —  Take each tests seriously. Develop your own strategy during a test and follow it.
  • —  Revise for a week after each three months.
  • —  Memorize all the formulae, as they are as important as learning the concept, they will save a lot of time in the examination.
  • —  Try to achieve consistency in your performance and improve it slowly.
  • —  Always use study tables for long duration study sessions. It will prepare you to sustain the pressure on the Last Day.
  • Study  in slots of three hours. This will help you in the real JEE

    For more: @JEE- Tips and Tricks

  •  
      DON’Ts for IIT-JEE

—  1.  Avoid irregularity in your study pattern.

—  2. Do not jump from one to another book in order to search for new  problems in the same chapter. Do one book thoroughly.

—  3. Don't go beyond the syllabus.

—  4. Don’t miss out lectures even when you know the chapter, as while  listening to it again you will revise it and will definitely learn something  new.

—  5. Don’t study the entire night as you will feel sleepy during the day.  Especially in your 12th.

Coaching institute: Needless to say, going to a good coaching class is very important. What is a good coaching institute  depends on the city where you are living. Get the material, and also pay attention in class. Do not go to tech-savvy places where they just give you a tablet and ask you to view the lectures… I had old-fashioned JEE profs who used to make learning fun, and they used the blackboard.

Coming to the timetable part. Since there are so many topics to study, there is no point in me detailing a topic-wise timetable. Instead I will give you a few points to keep in mind while making a timetable.

Planning: The key point about preparing for IITJEE is planning. You must have aclear idea of what you are going to do tomorrow and also have a broad idea of what topics you are going to cover in the next 3-4 days, or maybe even a week. By clear idea, I mean, for example, you must be absolutely sure which sections of which chapter you are going to read up, which problems from which textbook you are going to try out, and how many of them you aim to complete as well. Further, clear idea means you must know at what time of the day you are going to do which of the tasks planned on that day. You should spend some 15-20 mins before you sleep everyday, outlining the tasks for tomorrow and the time slot for each task. Having regular study hours is very useful in this context. By broad idea, I mean you must know that in the next 3-4 days, you must finish chapters XXX in subject YYY and their corresponding problems from book ZZZ. Also, at the end of each day, review mentally what were the things that you did, and what are the pending items.

Choice of subject:  Ideally, never do more than one subject per day. This is especially so, when you are doing new chapters. This does not apply when you are revising/brushing up.  This is because, if you study for 6 hrs a day, for example (not everyday! that would be impossible with school and coaching class and all that (unless you are in a integrated coaching school)) , it will take at least 30-40 mins to get into the groove for any new topic/subject. So, once you are in the groove, after spending 30-40 mins, do not waste it by just studying that subject for another 1 hr or so in the rest of the day. I am not telling you to continuously study 6 hrs… best to do three 2 hr slots in a day (for 6 hrs). You shouldn't waste the momentum gained in the first 30 min of the day by changing subjects 2-3 times: then you are wasting thrice the time in just gathering momentum for each subject. There is one exception though. Some chapters have so much dry mugging up to do (some units in inorganic chem for example) that you can't do all of it in one day.. your brain will heat up! In that case, better to do some problems from math/physics for a part of the day after you have had enough of mugging stuff.

Theory: It is best to start a chapter/unit by studying the theory. Do not start with problems and think that you will learn the theory as the problem demands. Finish the theory off thoroughly. For example, I would take circles and parabolas as one segment of Conic sections and finish learning thoroughly all the formulae/concepts involved. Only then would I start attempting problems from circles and parabolas. You must be able to tell all the concepts/formulae from memory before you start attempting any problems.

Problem-solving: Please, please start with easy problems. Do not straightaway try to master the hard problems, it will not work. Firstly, doing the easy problems will help you verify that your concepts are correct, and you are using them correctly. Secondly, it will set your brain along the correct path of thinking required for that chapter/unit. Thirdly, and crucially, it will build your confidence. Doing hard problems first, and not getting them right will shatter your confidence. Then gradually raise the level, go to medium , and then to hard. In many JEE materials, if the problems are not already classified, then the first few problems are easy, and the last few ones are hard,  with the difficulty level gradually increasing.  If you do not get a problem , please spend as long as possible to get the solution by yourself. Do not immediately refer to the solution manual. This way, you will subconsciously internalize many ideas that would not have come to you if you gave up on the problem after just one/two attempts.

Time spent on studying: You don't really have to slog 6-8 hrs after school and coaching classes on weekdays. You'll die. Study maybe 2-4 hrs depending on how much time you have… but study effectively. No point sitting for long hours if your concentration levels are low throughout. Stay away from noise, crowd, people while studying. Some people (like me) require absolute silence while studying, while some may require some pleasant music. Find out what works for you. Weekends, try spending 6 hrs (three 2 hr slots), and maybe a bit more if you don't have any weekend coaching classes.

Test-series: I strongly recommend taking the fiitjee all India test series, or whichever test series is written by most people currently. It will give you a rough picture of where you stand, and will help you practice timing your exam as well.

Will keep updating the post if I think of anything else.

"SUCCESS COME'S IN CAN'S , NOT IN CANT'S

How should I prepare for JEE (Advanced) 2016 by myself?

Who is the topper of JEE Mains 2016?

My answer to Who is the topper of JEE Mains 2016?

Answer by Arûn Râinâ:

T Sai Teja secured 345 out of 360, the highest marks in the open category while K Vignesh Reddy scored the second highest mark of 340.

Two students — M Prashanth Reddy and Sai Aditya Sonthi — scored 335, and three students, S Sai Praneeth Reddy, C Lakshminarayana and P Sai Kiran secured 330 marks.Hearing details about how he prepared for the exam, Sai Teja said, "I think I got the foundation right, even at the school level my teachers were very helpful and taught me to concentrate more on concepts. My parents motivated me at every level and that helped me to keep my morale high."

He added, "The key for me is studying in stress-free environment. It helped to grab concepts quickly. Other than this, there is nothing exceptional about my preparation," he added.

IIT JEE (Main) Results 2016: Chennai lad among state toppers – Times of India

Who is the topper of JEE Mains 2016?