Saturday, December 31, 2011

Be winner _ Group Discussion

Group discussion is a part of interview in many organization, I personally feel that by referring some below given points we can win GD. It should be controlled by logic and arguments not by emotions. Isn't it ?

Tool A
It will increase the weight of your arguments

  • Point—Put your point of view in front of the group. It’s not necessary that your point should be different from others’ points. But it should be on well defined assumption. Your initiate will not provide your leadership quality but your thought process and how people accept your point.
  •  Logic – Explain your logic behind that point. The logic will close all options for invalidity of your point. The acceptability across the member of the group will be lesser.
  • Example – Support your logic with some facts and figures. When you will support your point and logic with examples, this will be the moment when you convince most of the people in the group.
 It looks simple but it has a sound psychological background. It will help you to control the members of the team.

Tool - B
It should be used when you are not the initiator in the GD and have fewer points to discuss. It is used when the topic is unexpected.


  • Don’t speak in the start up (for 45 seconds) and just listen to others.
  • Notice all the point of views (with facts) spoken by the team members. Synthesis the information.
  • Now after having point of view with facts of majority of the team members you will analysis the collected data and give it a different meaning from all team members but should support their facts. There might be more than one analysis.
  • Value the analysis by prioritizing them.
  • Add the suitable examples and put your argument.
Influence the people all together and make them listen to your words. This can be done by speaking facts rather then judgments. Now the next thing will be to influence the main opponents who are challengers. There are two strategic ways to do it. Either convert majority towards yourself or make him react. If four in a group of five are in your favour then you need not to worry. If the fight is when you have only 50 percent people in your favour then attack the weakest member of that group to join you or make the opponent react so as to prove him weak. Execute the above steps in a sequential way. You will win the group discussion.
I hope that it will help you a lot at the time of interview.

Happy New Year

Wish you all happy new year, may the new year bring you joy and success.

As Dr. Seuss put it "Don't cry because it's over, Smile because it happened."

Stay positive for the next year and aim high and reach for the stars.

As AeSI students and engineers we all are a unique lot and let us make this our strength and not a weakness.

Once again wish you a happy new year!!

Friday, December 30, 2011

Importance of TEAM WORK @ Aviation

Dear Friends,
All of us are familiar to "Team Work" however let's have a look on this picture to understand the importance of TEAM WORK in aviation.
It's like a chain, if one loop breaks, it looses its strength accordingly ....... 

Friends, Is it possible to land an aircraft safely without having co-ordination & team work between people, equipment, technology .......... ? Share your views ...!!!!

Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Softwares used in Avionics .....

Dear all,
It's been several years we are follwing this blog & had lots of knowledge by the admin of this blog. It's really awesome to know about aviation industry by the experts & morever to have an interactive plateform where all aviation bachelors can share/learn lots of new things happening in the industry.

Please find & check few links of avionics domain, I hope that they will be very helpful to you because many times students are unaware about the software, they are going to work in the future & about the job profile. Below links will help you in understanding that what does a company exactly do in terms of Avionics.

HCL Technologies


Tata Consultancy Services

"Try to find out more companies who are in avionics domain and then do analysis that what is their requirement when they select a candidate.... then we can learn excellence in those stuffs so that by the time we shall finish the degree, we shall have job in our hand."

All power is within you, you can do anything & everything, just believe in it.  - Swami Vivekananda

Cheers !!!
Himalya Bansal

Mastery of complexity and AeSI holidays

"Technical skill is the mastery of complexity, while creativity is the mastery of presence of mind!"

Saw this as a status message on a friends Facebook page.

Instantly liked it.

If you have read the ebook or are reading the blog for long, then you will agree that i always say. When learning something, in the beginning don't worry about the quality concentrate on quantity.

Do as much as you can. Produce as many models as you like. But focus on the quantity. This entails that you master the complex technical skills first before worrying about the products of your labor.

Once the skill is mastered, mind always gravitates towards the quality.

What are your views? Are you using the relaxing time after the exams in doing something that will create a long term professional asset for you?

If not, new year is right around the corner, there's no better time than this.

Thursday, December 22, 2011

Please Welcome........

I guess by now you might be bored of my posts. It's been long. I have
been to it ever since I was in aesi as a student.

It's a long loney journey since then, and it gives me great pleasure
that a long time reader and admirer of myaesi, Mr Himalya Bansal is
joining myaesi as an author.

Please join me in welcoming him.

And I know this change of perspective that Himalya will bring will be

At least, just like you guys, I will always have this mystery of what
post might be coming next on myaesi. ;)

Welcome Himalya. Waiting for your posts!

what will make me STAND OUT of this lot?

Here' are some of the stats on the registration that you guys might had done in the last couple of days.

Please have a look







Programming Languages



While i was looking at this charts, i had this thought. If i were part of this data what will make me STAND OUT of this lot?

Are You Thinking About It?

Monday, December 19, 2011


Just a reminder guys and gals, the registration of AeSIAA's second round of job fair is still on, so if you haven't done it yet go to the following link now.

Good Luck  !!

Friday, December 16, 2011

Ingenium Engineering contest final year students of engineering

Second edition of Ingenium is on. If you are in final year of engineering you should read the following and register

Ingenium is an initiative to drive the Passion for Engineering among the budding engineers. This pan India contest targets the final year students of engineering discipline to showcase their Innovative / Creative Engineering projects and to compete against other outstanding engineering projects at a national level. This year the projects relevant to the areas of Aerospace, Industrial, Mechanical, Mechatronics, Power Generation and Production engineering are invited.


For more information, visit 

Thursday, December 15, 2011

Engineers end up as Accountants

In a discussion on Google+, Daniel Lemire argues that engineers end up essentially being accountants.

Engineering, at least how it is practiced in North America, is hardly very exciting. … By the time you have your degree, you have 5–10 years to go before, if you have any ambition, you end up a manager of some kind, doing more or less what your friends who went into accounting do. … No, you don’t get to build anything, technicians do that … you only approve their expense reports … "

It's true to some extent. Unless one keeps it in mind, Admin and document filling can drawn one.

what are your thoughts?


Via endeavor blog

Telephonic Interviews and how to improve your communication skills!

On the recent post on Telephonic interviews, Mr. Himalya a long time
reader and admirer of the blog had this practical suggestion for AeSI
graduates and students for improving their communication skills.

Agree Admin,
In the today's era of advancement, only completing the degree doesn't
mean that you have become Aeronautical Engineer, however one should
try in the best possible way to improve the communication skills also
because there is a way to say "NO" even though you don't know the
answer of any question in a postive manner and the excellence can be
achieved only by having good communication skills...

my advice to my Aesi friends is , if they have free time, so they
should join any Call Center which has sales process, doesn't matter if
you will get screwed there on daily basis but after a couple of weeks
you will find that your communication skills are improving at a high
speed which indirectly enhances the way you talk to someone over the
phone..... I am not saying to work for the entire semester you can
work there after your exams and till the time you get your result...
and side by side you can learn excellence in software related to your

Good Luck

Himalya Bansal


I love the idea. It gels with my own philosophy of diving deep and
head on into a problem.

Thanks Himalya! Thank you for reading and commenting on the blog. I
read all your comments and suggestions, it's just a matter of time
that I fail to answer back.

Thanks for being active, I will make sure I do participate more often.

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

AeSI Graduates: Get Ready For AeSIAA’s upcoming Job Fair

AeSIAA is planning to organize job fairs and other career related events for AeSI students and graduates. For this we are creating a database of AeSI graduates. Please add your details to connect to the opportunities that might match your profile. Please forward this to your AeSI friends who might use this opportunity.



If you have trouble viewing or submitting this form, you can fill it out online:

Telephonic Interviews

Today I was part of the team doing telephonic interviews!

Of all the interviews that we did only 4 got through, rest just faded.

As I observed, all the successful interviews had this two thing in common.

They were talking slowly and clearly. And they answered what was asked, nothing else.

For all the failed interviews, the people at the other end didn't realize that it was a telephonic interview and they just talked and talked without bothering if their message was going across.

While sitting at this end, the conversation felt as if the guy is having a conversation with himself.

Telephonic interviews are special and they should be treated that way. So If you are preparing for interviews, remember to browse google on how to do telephonic interviews.

Tuesday, December 06, 2011

Work on live projects for AeSI students and graduates

Dear all,


We are looking candidates, who are willing to work in the area of renewable energy. We will provide opportunity to work on live project, which involves design and analysis of new wind turbine concept.


Education Qualification:

ñ     Fresher or left with 2 papers of SEC-B with Aero-Mechanical stream.


ñ     Must have knowledge of Aerodynamics/Turbo machinery/Fluid Dynamics/Basic understanding of CFD.

ñ     Must have detailed centric and comprehensive analytical skills to perform the different kinds of tasks needed.

ñ     Must be able to make models and designs and do technical documentation whenever required.

ñ     Produce work of a high standard under tight time schedules


Good to have the following experience for the above requirement:


ñ     Knowledge of CAD/CFD tools.


Important Notes:


* It is not a job offer.

*Must have personal computer.

*Must have to sign NDA (non disclosure agreement)


Please send updated Resume along with area of interest on following email. If you need any clarification, you can contact us through email or phone.



  • Vijay Kumar Mishra


      Mob- 9448026916


  • Rakesh Kumar Mandal




Monday, December 05, 2011

Garnish your AeSI Question Papers - Tip for the exam

Answering aesi question paper is much like garnishing your food. No amount of plating & garnishing is going to make your food taste good.

Keep the main dish right by giving the right answer to the asked question and then garnish a little with good handwriting and tidy drawing and you all set to sail through the paper.

80% of your effort should concentrate on answering relevant and 20% can be devoted to make the answer sheet pleasant!

Search more exam tips by clicking on this link

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Career Advice

Read this J. D Long's career advice and here's the complete list of
JD's career advice without commentary.

You will see many of the advice is what myaesi blog always stands for.

Future posts will discuss some of this points again in details.

Be a profit center, not a cost center.

Use tools you don't have to ask permission to install (i.e. open

Dependence on tools that are closed license and un-scriptable will
limit the scope of problems you can solve. (i.e. Excel) Use them, but
build your core skills on more portable & scalable technologies.

Learn basic database tools.

Learn a programming language.

Your internal job description may say, "Analyst" but get something
else on your business cards. Analyst is so vague as to be meaningless.
My external title is currently "Sr. Risk Economist." I like the
term "Data Scientist" for now. I expect that term will be
meaningless in 5 years.

Large organizations do not properly appreciate agile and smart
analytic types. Time at large firms should be seen as subsidized
learning. Learn lots, but get out.

Ensure you can explain any of your projects to your wife or non-
technical friends. It's good practice for board meetings later in
your career.

Be sure you know the handful of things that you can do better than
most anyone else. Add something to that list every year. Make sure you
can explain these things to non techies.

Be a profit center, not a cost center. At least be as close to the
profit center as possible. The chief analyst for the sales SVP is
closer to the profit center than an IT analyst supporting billing

Get really good at asking questions so you understand problems before
you start solving them.

Yes, that bit about being a profit center not a cost center is in
there twice. It should probably be in there 5 times.

Monday, November 21, 2011

Being Right And Being Wrong

Being right keeps you in place, being wrong implores you to explore
-Steven Johnson

This is why hands on exercise is necessary. This is why building
something out of the tutorial is required. This is why knowing answers
of the back question of the chapter isn't all.

If you want to learn a subject, a tool or a skill you have to be more
wrong than right.

Being wrong forces you to find the answers, it prods you to explore
and go beyond. And that is where you truly learn the subject or skill.

Monday, November 07, 2011

First Hand Knowledge

From C. S. Lewis:

It has always therefore been one of my main endeavors as a teacher to persuade the young that firsthand knowledge is not only more worth acquiring than secondhand knowledge, but it usually much easier and more delightful to acquire.

This quote comes from the essay On the Reading of Old Books,

Nothings beats first hand knowledge. Nothing beats own experience, so get going gather as much first hand experience as you can

Sunday, November 06, 2011

Accelerate your tool learning by ten times.

Working on a tool is easy. Once you learn it, you are done. You just
have to follow the steps.

But this isn't correct. True learning begins after this stage.

Once you feel confident about the tool that you learnt, stop what you
doing and start thinking of the individual steps.

Yes slow down. Once you are comfortable with the tool, slow down and
think of each step.

Why you are doing this particular step? What is the limitation of this
step? When will it be not feasible to apply this step? What other
steps you can take?

To give a concerete example, when you are doing an analysis in Ls-
dyna. Stop and think why the analysis is not being done in ansys?

Stop and ponder what can be the implications of doing this analysis in
some other software?

When choosing an element for your analysis, dig deep and probe why you
are using this particular element?, what is it's advantage and
limitations? Is there any better element to use?

Slowing down and finding the answers to these questions will
accelerate your tools learning by ten fold!

Are you using any other strategies. Do let us know in the comments.

Wednesday, November 02, 2011

Innovation can be trained – what can you learn

The above presentation is waste if you don’t take something out of it!!!

A Saturday to remember

Shun your usual boring Saturday and register for a Saturday to
remember event.

AeSIAA fest 2011 promises to be an event you will remember for a long

This Kids and Family friendly event aims to lift your mundane
Saturday and make it spectacular. From puppet show to kids dance, the
event is full on entertainment.

So what are you waiting for, if you haven't registered yet, register

Venue: DROMI, DRDO Phase-I, Bangalore

Date: 12 November 6:30pm

For Team AeSIAA

Please feel free to pass on this message to all aesi friends and
alumni you know.

Saturday, October 29, 2011


Family is important. So are friends. More so in the aesi setting we
are in when we all are far from our extended families.

AeSIAA recognizes this and we have planned to unite all our alumni
friends, and buddies on 12th November at DROMI, DRDO Phase-I.

It is Post Dipawali meet... and we call it "AeSIAA-FEST-2011"

For this event we will have cultural programs like singing, dancing,
mimicry, playing a musical instruments and dinner.

Kids of your friends and collegues will perform and it will be a
evening to remember.

For registration, please click the link below...

Fee per participant is Rs. 200

So lets meet on 12th November 2011, @ 6.30PM

Register now and see you there!

Friday, October 28, 2011


That’s how the game is played. You don’t win points for predicting stuff one year ahead. You win points for adapting -Deepak Shenoy

True for AeSI too…

Thursday, October 06, 2011

Which two skills do an AeSI graduate need?

Everytime I do an interview, I keep hiting on these two thoughts.

Get your fundamentals right. Even if you don't have tools-knowledge,
right skills or relevant experience, but DON'T EVER falter in your

AeSI might not have given you much exposure, many hours of hands on
training opportunities, but what it grinds in everyone of us is the
fundamentals. So learn them and internalize them. Remember them.

Get them wrong and you will have a hard time getting a job via an

Second thing is communication skills. Communication is just not
answering what has been asked, but expressing what you know.

It is the biggest differenciator. You might get away with limited
technical skills, but you will falter if you lack communication skills.

So if you have to just concentrate on two things for your future, let
this two to be it!!

Wednesday, October 05, 2011

Announcement of Lecture Series on Data Structures and Algorithms

Dear Sir/Madam,

Greetings !!!

It is our pleasure to inform you that AeSI Alumni Association and The
Aeronautical Society of India (Bangalore Branch), is jointly
organizing a series of lectures on Data structures and Algorithms for
the benefit of engineers involved in software and tool development for
engineering. Overall this lecture series is designed to enhance the
functional knowledge of young users in the industry. This Course is
being handled by Dr. Kuntal Das Barman from EADS Cassidian.

Course Duration: Total 6 Sessions of 2hr each on following dates

1730-1930 Hrs   10-10-11
1730-1930 Hrs   17-10-11
1730-1930 Hrs   24-10-11
1730-1930 Hrs   31-10-11
1730-1930 Hrs   07-11-11
1730-1930 Hrs   14-11-11

Venue: Aeronautical Society of India, Bangalore Branch
Suranjan Das Road, New Thippasandra Post, Bangalore-560075

Course Fee: Nil

Registration: Please confirm you participation by sending email to

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Can Dabbling in section A create a rich AeSI experience?

Read this today and it instantly clicked with me.

From my days in aesi and in my writings in myaesi, I have been giving
this same message.

Read it.

"A great use of dabbling is actually to discover the best long-term
commitments for you to make. So dabble for discovery. Then commit for

Dabbling is trying out different things. Giving randomness a chance.

This is what I ask students of section a of aesi to do. You have time.
So in section a, after your studies. Explore.

Do whatever takes fancy of you at that time. Don't worry if it will
help you in future or not. If you like doing it just try. Try things
out. More you dabble the better.

As the above quote says, this exploration will lead you to things that
you want to continue doing. So make a commitment and do them in
section b and beyond.

For me it was developing code, trying new things with it. And learning
about new future tech.

For me, Dabbling in section A did create a rich AeSI experience.

What are your views? What do you dabble in?

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Gas Turbine Engine in Just 2 Minutes

In the real world, a new commercial jet engine takes years to design, build, and test. See this video to see it done in just under two minutes.


Monday, September 19, 2011

Percentage and future prospects of AeSI

A recent AeSI graduate emailed me with something like this.

I have completed aeronautical engineering in avionics stream after struggling for 8 years with less than 60%.

i am just worried about the percent i got.

Could you please give me any other suggestion.

Here's my reply.

First of all congratulation.

As I have written in many posts at myaesi, less percentage is a limitation but not a liability.

It limits options but doesn't kill them all together.

I hope you have, with all this time, become good at the subjects you have studied in aesi. That's important. Because if in the interview, no body can cross you on those fundamentals then no one will question the percentage.

Also I hope, by this time, you have picked up good skills. Technical and otherwise.

Technical and communication skills are the curtains that you will need to get past any interview panel. So cultivate them and become good at one particular relevant technical skill.

My motto is to be so good that they can't ignore you.

And Lastly, Respect the degree and the qualification that you have earned. It's yours. This is what you will go forward with. Your confidence in it should shine through. Any doubt you project will only hamper your progress.

Remember this if you don't respect it, No one else will.

Hope this helps you in your future steps. Best of luck !!

What are your views. Share them here. myaesi

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Saturday, September 17, 2011

No posts and total immersion

My apology for not being able to update the blog as frequently as I would like to.

It isn't because of lack of something to say but it's mainly because of time.

I am in a turbulent phase now. Something new and exciting has made an entry in life, so most of my waking hours are dedicated in learning it.

Of the 18 waking hours, anytime I get off is spending reading more and more about that. I have immersed myself into it.

This is the form of learning I benefit the most from. Total immersion. Get the subject by the horn.

I hope this explains the missing posts.

Promise to self. Make some time for posts.

Read more about total immersion at

Sent from my iPhone

Friday, September 09, 2011

DRDO monthly newsletter - what am i reading?

I read a lot and share most of the stuff on Twitter and linkedin. But I don't do it here on this blog, at least that often.

So here's a thing. Every week on Friday, I will share with you something that I have read and found interesting.

I will try to make it interesting and something useful.

The main aim here will be to encourage people to read something interesting and start a conversation.

For today I want to share a month newsletter from DRDO.

A friend of mine is getting moving from private to public sector. And this steered me to drdo's website and I found this monthly newsletter. DRDO newsletter BlogBooster-The most productive way for mobile blogging. BlogBooster is a multi-service blog editor for iPhone, Android, WebOs and your desktop

Thursday, September 08, 2011

The age of average is over

Read this and instantly wanted to share with you all. 

Last night, I watched Thomas Friedman's interview with Piers Morgan. He was talking about his new book, That Used to Be Us: How America Fell Behind in the World It Invented and How We Can Come Back. At one point during the interview, when Morgan asked Friedman his advice for young workers, Friedman replied, in his trademark catchphrase style, "the Age of Average is over."

He then continued: "You should aim to be an artisan…everything thing you do, you should be proud of, willing to put your initials on it."

So the question is how are you studying or working? 

Are you playing average or aiming to be exceptional?

I hope it's the latter.

Tuesday, September 06, 2011

Just study and leave everything else

I received this following mail from Rohan.

Hi sir,
For long i am searching for a proper combination of activities to
spend time on, bcoz i feel that " just study leave every thing else"
doesnt work in long term, so sir by your own experience can u plz
suggest some do's and dont do's.
thanks sir
G.I.E, Sec 'B'

He has a great point. I dont believe in just work and no play.

In fact this is how I got into starting this blog and ouraesi club back in 2002.

My long stated opinion on this blog is that when you are in section a, you shouldn't think much about job and after aesi, but concentrate on your studies and use your spare time to explore whatever takes fancy to your mind at that time.

It may be kite making, taking cooking lessons, creating aircraft models, singing, dancing etc. The point is, section a give you time to expand your horizon. Gives you opportunity to grow laterally. So do that. It's the time to experiment.

I certainly did that.

As you pass section a, you get into the grove and start to know what you enjoyed and loved. This is the time to take up serious career related things. This is time to look beyond aesi and see what is on demand and what skills you want to build.

I certainly did this. I like programming and this is what I took up in section b. If you like analysis or building models or reading. Begin those tasks.

The tasks are not that important. Decide what skills you want to have when you graduate and start working on them.

How much time you spend is not important. More important is the consistenty. Put in your minimum hours in those skill building exercise and you are on to a great start.

So what's your take on this? Let's come up with activities and things that one can do in this period.

More on this at

Sunday, September 04, 2011

NARIC UK Certificate of British Bachelor(Honors) Degree in Engineering for AeSI Degree holders

This is from Mr Bishnujee Singh and i hope it will be useful for AeSI graduates.

Dear AeSI Graduates,

Graduates passing out of Aeronautical Society of India are requested to apply for NARIC UK Letter of Comparabilty and NARIC UK Certificate of British Bachelor (Honors) Degree in Engineering for AeSI Degree holders.Its very valuable document and Certificate issued by NARIC on behalf of UK Government Department of Education,Work & Skills .Also its not very expensive process.AeSI Degree holders advised not to use my NARIC UK Certificate or FEANI Eur Ing Certificate as Group and Companies in Western world take it very seriously violation of privacy and may lead to denial in numerous places due to this issue.Always please use your own NARIC UK British Bachelor(Honors) Degree in Engineering certificate issued in your own name instead of some one else.These documents will be useful in numerous places in your future career.

More details available on

All the best and good luck!

Thanks Bishnujee.

Friday, September 02, 2011

My Side Projects

I always talk about short personal side projects and somehow I fail to highlight them here on this blog. So this post is to amend that once and for all.

At any given time, I am at least working on two non work related, side projects. I choose the side projects that help learn me a skill, build something and are fun and interesting.

So where are these projects?

Most of them are in my hard disk. Unfortunately I haven't had the time to get them out. But I have began publishing some out.

Bringing out serves three purpose.
1. It helps get me some feedback.
2. It makes me feel good as I have contributed something to the world and
3. finally I complete the project if I know I have to publish it.

This post is to tell you that I post them on my personal website

So now you know, if I talk about side projects, where to look.

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Tuesday, August 30, 2011

One week learning faster by ScottHYoung

It's highly recommended to every aesi students. I love and share the tactics that Scott has perfected.

@ScottHYoung On Thursday I'm running a *free* one-week learning faster bootcamp. If you want to join, sign up here:

Good luck!!

Monday, August 29, 2011

Get out and get wet

It's raining outside and if you aren't in the rain you won't get wet.

I am not talking of the watery downpour happening outside. I am referring to the current flood of job requirements for aerospace domain in the private and public sector.

There was not a better time to be in aerospace than this.

So go get out and get wet.

Upload your latest skills and achievement in your resume and float it.

The rain isn't there forever, get the most out of it.

If you have seen a requirement, and you doubt if you suit that requirement, do the safest thing, send in your resume and let them decide.

If you aren't sure you qualify, give yourself benefit of doubt and shoot that resume.

I have seen, most of the time, we underestimate our capabilities and don't just send in our resume. That's a mistake.

I am not saying shoot your resumes for all CEO jobs that you see, but if an interesting and worthwhile offer shows up, don't just let it go. Give it a shot.

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Sunday, August 28, 2011

Effort is the only barrier, not ability.

I am in the industry for 7 odd years now. And if I have one thing to tell any aesi student or graduate, then this is it.

Effort is the only barrier there is. We mistakely use ability as an excuse.

Put in the effort, give your dues. That's the only thing that stands between you and your success. Ability is just crystalization of efforts.

Keep putting the effort. If you aren't seeing the results, look deep at your efforts.

Are you putting effort on the correct activities? Do you need to increase the effort?

So as you begin preparing for gate 2011, for aesi exams and for the job interviews always remember effort is the only barrier.

As always, your comments are always welcome.

Saturday, August 27, 2011

Walk-in Interview for Avionics Engineer with 0-1 Year of experience in Adinya technology

Dear All

Mr. Rituraj has updated me that there is walk-in Interview in Adinya Technology ( )for

 Avionics Engineer with following Jd

·         B.E(Avionics) with 0-1 Year of experience

·         First Class (60% and above) in all semesters/Sections

·         Hands on experience or knowledge of Matlab/Simulink and embedded C programming desirable


Date      : 3rd  September 2011(sa

Time      : 10AM

Venue  : Adinya Technology Pvt Ltd

#1, 38 Raheja paramount, 4th Floor

Residency Road, Bangalore-560025

Note: For any clarification you may contact Mr. Rituraj on 9845089523

Thanks and Regards

Anuj Kumar Jha
Treasurer, AeSIAA

Good luck!

Friday, August 26, 2011

Junior Research Fellow: Tata Institute Of Fundamental Research

Junior Research Fellow: Tata Institute Of Fundamental Research
Last Date: September 2, 2011

Tata Institute Of Fundamental Research Logo

Junior Research FellowTata Institute Of Fundamental Research
Experience: 0 - 2 Years
Location: Mumbai
Compensation: Rs 16,000/- + 30% HRA.
Education: UG - B.Tech/B.E. - Electronics/TelecomunicationPG - M.Sc - Physics
Industry Type: Defence/ Government
Role: Software Developer
Functional Area: Application Programming, Maintenance
Job Description
Applications are invited for a position of Junior Research Fellow to work on CZTI payload for ASTROSAT.
They need to carry out the test and evaluation of satellite payloads.
The necessary software also needs to be developed.
They may visit and work at different ISRO Centre in India.
The nature of job also involves design and development of LAB VIEW/IDL/`C’ based testing systems, analyzing data from space borne equipments etc.
Excellent training facilities are available through our collaborators at ISRO.
Candidates in similar posts gained state-of-the-art knowledge which helped them to get attractive avenues for higher studies.
Appointment as Junior Research Fellow is temporary for a period of one year.
Please apply in the following format :
1. Name :
2. Date of birth :
3. Present affiliation and occupation :
4. Address for correspondence :
5. Email id : (IMPORTANT : If selected for interview, further details will be sent to this Email address)
6. Educational qualification :
Degree Year University Subject Marks obtained Remarks
7. Any research experience :
8. Additional qualification(s) or awards :
9. Names and contact details of two referees (with Email, Phone no) :
Please mark on the envelope : Advertisement No. : 21/2011 & Post : Junior Research Fellow.
Keywords: labview idl czti astrosat research
Desired Candidate Profile
M.Sc. (Physics) / B.E. / B.Tech. (Electronics/Telecommunication) with minimum 60% marks.
Age : Below 28 years.
Company Profile
The Tata Institute of Fundamental Research is an autonomous Institute under the umbrella of the Department of Atomic Energy of the Government of India. We do basic research in physics, chemistry, biology, mathematics and computer science.
We have campuses in Mumbai, Pune and Bangalore and research facilities in various other places in India. We have master's and doctoral programs in our fields of work.
Tata Institute Of Fundamental Research
1, Homi Bhabha Road, Colaba
Maharashtra, India 400005 

* This job posting is from Kamei Pouchalung Samson . You can contact the sender at samson(dot)kamei(at)gmail(dot)com

Noise and Chevrons -what am I reading -1

I read a lot and share most of the stuff on Twitter and linkedin. But I don't do it here on this blog, at least that often.

So here's a thing. Every week on Friday, I will share with you something that I have read and found interesting.

I will try to make it interesting and something useful.

The main aim here will be to encourage people to read something interesting and start a conversation.

For today, I want to share with a document from Boeing. It's about quite noise initiatives.

Read the follwiing PDF file and learn about chevrons and various noise produced by an aircraft!!


Hope you all like it. I encourage all of you to comment and share.

Monday, August 22, 2011

Actions not thoughts

Read the following from

You can think about your career all day long, but if you’re not volunteering for hard tasks, taking classes to improve your skill set, or putting your nose to the grindstone on the dull tasks, you’re going to remain one of those middle-of-the-road workers no matter how many great thoughts you have.

Mastery and being remarkable comes from actions. Thoughts won't take you anywhere. So start taking action.

Here are two things you can immediately start...

1. Start a small personal project that uses your knowledge and skill to create something useful for others.
2. Read the help manual of the software you mostly use.

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Sunday, August 21, 2011

5 quick questions AeSI student/graduate asks

Following are 5 questions I am always asked. They find a way to seep into my inbox with regular frequency.

So finally decided to answer them here. Search the blog for more elaborate answers.

Can we go for masters after AMAeSI

Yes why not. So many have already done it, why not you.

Is AeSI evil?

No. But it depends. As after every exam results, this thought dominated my mind.

Do private firms recruit aesi graduates?

Yes. Aesi graduates have infected every organisation. So rest assured. From private to public, you are welcome everywhere.

What stream to choose for section B?

Any stream that you are comfortable. Every stream has equal chances of giving you a great career money wise. But if you want to be truly happy with your work, choose the stream you are more comfortable and enjoy regardless of the money aspect.

Which skills do I need to get ahead?

Many. But if I have to choose one and only one, then it has to be communication skills. Develop it. Both verbal and written communication skills can take you a long way!!

Saturday, August 20, 2011

I am stuck in the same AeSI subject, what should i do?

Saw this email from an AeSI student.

afraid if i m to stuck in SecA due to that paper only. so i need ur urgent help regarding which books to follow that adheres to the question pattern so that i can at least pass the exam. its my 3rd year running..and i have no time. "

My first comment to him will be, go to a quite place, have some time and brainstorm what is it that he is getting wrong?

Keep AeSI out of the blame game and think hard on what can be your faults.

Just write out wherever comes to the mind. Don't judge. Keep thinking and pushing yourself for the reason on what is going wrong. Think back to all exams and find the causes.

Once you have number of causes, you will definitely begin seeing a pattern emerging. Now is the judging time. Find the main reasons that you see now.

Is is the lack of your understanding of the subject? Or is it your lack of expressing it in the exams. Or is it a combination of both?

You can fail in the exams only for two reasons, either you lack understanding of the subject or the understanding is not expressed well in the exam papers.

Find the reason and implement steps in your study routine to eliminate it.

Hope this helps. Blog readers, do you have any other ideas, feel free to share them here.

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AeSIAA industry talk at GIE

I am little late this time. But if you are in chennai, head to GIE at 2 pm today.

Four senior members of AeSIAA are there for industry talks. They are planning to deliver talks with the aim of connecting the AeSI syllabus to the industry needs.

The major benefit a student can get out this is you will see the big picture. Know where your studies will ultimately connect you to the industry. And this gives you an opportunity to quiz the people who are already in the industry.

So head for GIE today and utilize this opportunity!!

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Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Dig yourself a hole

This a direct reprint of advice Seth Godin's blog. 

Do this and no one can stop you from being a star!!

Make big promises.

Burn your boats.

Set yourself up in a place where you have few options and the stakes are high.

Focused energy and serious intent will push you to do your best work. You have nowhere to run, nowhere to hide. (Better than the alternative).

Are you doing any of this?

Free online course at Stanford University on artificial intelligence

An excellent piece on self-education from the NYTimes:

A free online course at Stanford University on artificial intelligence, to be taught this fall by two leading experts from Silicon Valley, has attracted more than 58,000 students around the globe -- a class nearly four times the size of Stanford's entire student body.

What's more, the class is completely free, including evaluation through online tools. You won't get Stanford credit, but you will get a "statement of accomplishment" for attending.

Visit if you are interested

Thursday, August 11, 2011

Now you can see your answersheets from AeSI exams

Dear All,
Please read this news


New Delhi: The examinees have a right to inspect answer-sheets under
the transparency law, the Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled. The
evaluated answer-sheets are covered under the definition of the
"information" under the Right to Information Act, a bench comprising
Justices RV Raveendran and AK Patnaik said.
It upheld the judgement of the Calcutta High Court which had said
"rejection for inspection of answer-sheets cannot be sustained".
The apex court dismissed the appeals of Central Board of Secondary
Education CBSE), West Bengal Board of Secondary Education, West Bengal
Council for Higher Education, University of Calcutta, Institute of
Chartered Accountants of India and West Bengal Central School Service
Commission which had challenged the February 5, 2009 judgement.

The apex court agreed with the findings of the High Court that the
examination conducting bodies do not retain the evaluated answer-
sheets under any "fiduciary capacity".

Thanks Arvind for sharing the news!!

What are your views on this? Is it a good news? Can it be implimented
in AeSI?

Tuesday, August 09, 2011

Why I don't pass a subject in AeSI?

I don't know. But let's me share what I did when I didn't pass.

After blasting aesi for the result, I usually turned to my own short coming.

And to my surprise I always found that there were some things that I would have done better. I was never able to outrightly blame aesi for my failure. A shadow of doubt always remained that I had lacked somewhere. I missed something.

But the act of thinking back and trying to ascertain the reason of my failure surely helped me see the cracks in my own study system. I learnt from them and finally I did pass those subjects.

So all I can suggest you guys and gals is once the amaesi aesi results are in. Take stock on what you did right and what went wrong? Why you failed? What you did in your passing subject and what you didn't in the failed subject?

An hour of this can go a long way in improving your studies.

Share your views. They are always welcome.

Monday, August 08, 2011

It takes time to bake a cake!!

It takes time to bake a cake!!

Same is true for acquiring mastery in a skill or subject. You don't acquire knowledge or skills in one go. It takes time.

Acknowledge this fact and keep working on that skill and subject. You will surely master it!!

The real thing is stick with the practice! Sachin didn't became great just with one match, he baked his skills 10+ long years before he finally made his debut for India!

Give yourself some time and stick to it, you are destined to be a star!!

Wednesday, August 03, 2011

Holiday and a challenge for you all.

As you might have noticed, this whole July I was on a sabbath. Posts
were non existent on myaesi.

I had an accident and there were other things on my mind.

I am hoping to pick things up now and hopefully get the blog up to
speed this month.

Thanks for your patience.

By the way if you are holidaying after the exams, or passing time in
office, may I suggest that you all start one small project.

The project can be anything. Only critera is that this project should
not be more than two weeks long and it should produce something that
you can share with everyone.

I'll begin something from my end. August 15th is the deadline.

So what do you say? Game on.

Tuesday, July 19, 2011


Journey as a student of AeSI is full of crossroads. A student at least
finds himself at these three crossroads.

First one is should I join AeSI or not? This is the very basic one and
this blog is littered with posts that try to answer this question.

Second crossroad is encountered at the end of section A. Which stream
do I choose for section B? This is a tough one and it was the quest
for this question that prompted me to start the ouraesi yahoo group 10
years back.

This topic is also well talked about in this blog, if you find
yourself at the same crossroad, search the blog with appropriate
search words and I hope you will find some answers.

The third crossroad happens just before graduating. Should I join the
industry or go for higher studies?

This one is not answered that extensivly on this blog. I will attempt
to answer this in coming posts.

Meanwhile, if you have any advice, comment and remarks on any of this
or other crossroads faced by an AeSI students, do pitch in....

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

FEM workshop

Dear Students,

It is our pleasure to inform you that AeSI Alumni Association and
NAFEMS, an International Association for Engineering Analysis
Community is jointly organizing a two-day workshop on FEM and
Practical stress Analysis for the benefit of engineers involved in FEM
activities. Overall this workshop which is also supported by AeSI
Bangalore Branch is designed to enhance the functional knowledge of
young FEM users in the practical application of FEM.

NAFEMS is the world's premier organization with 25 years of expertise
in benchmarking CAD/ CAE software, publishing high quality books and
training for analysts. NAFEMS has provided new vistas to several
international organizations in domains such as Dynamics, Optimization,
Multiphysics, Heat Transfer, Non-linear Analysis, Electro Magnetics,
Process simulation, Biomechanics and CFD. The humongous work of NAFEMS
can be seen on

This Course is being handled by reputed industry experts with the
following objectives:

1. To offer guidance in guiding which approximations are acceptable
for solving practical problems
2. What are the best practices applicable to automotive, aerospace
and manufacturing industries?

Practical case studies on automotive/Defence/Aeronautics would also be

This course is aimed at practicing engineers who wish to learn more
about how to apply FEM techniques to their particular problems in the
most effective manner. The contents of this programme are specially
designed keeping the needs of junior and middle level analysts who
have to apply FEM for solving practical problems. The material that is
presented is independent of any particular software package, making it
ideally suited to current and potential users of all commercial FEM
software systems.

Date: 22 & 23 July 2011
Venue: Aeronautical Society of India, Bangalore Branch
Suranjan Das Road, New Thippasandra Post, Bangalore-560075

Registration Fee:
Industry and R&D Labs - Rs. 2000/-
NAFEMS /AeSIAA Members and Academia (Including Students) - Rs. 1000/-
For AMAeSI Students – Rs. 750 /-

This will be an excellent opportunity for engineers to get practical
and fundamental insight into the applications of FEM. We request you
to avail this opportunity by participating / nominating your
representatives. The pdf format of the workshop brochure is attached
for your reference. Additional details on the course feel free to
contact us.

NOTE: This workshop is open to Student as well. However seats are
limited and on first cum first serve basis.
For all your queries regarding the workshop, please contact our fellow
alumni and workshop secretary, Dr. Rajesh Kumar (9986018742)

Rakesh Kumar
Hon. Secretary, AeSIAA

Saturday, July 02, 2011

Effort not an hobby

This blog is an effort, it's not a hobby.

An effort to give back what I have received. It's a way to share my
experiences and insights that I had the previlege of having.

It's the effort of documenting the path that every aesi student charts

So if you email me, or contact me via the comments, and I don't reply.
It's not that I don't want to. It's just I am involved with other
things in life.

Maintaining, writing here takes effort and so far I have managed to
keep it. I intent to do so in future.

This post is an apology to everyone whom I am not able to reply. Rest
assured I read each and every mail and comment that I receive.

Thanks for being part of this journey with me.

Search the blog via the search box at

Campus for AeSI and Industrial Training after section B

To speed things up, today I will attempt to answer two questions that
were asked two weeks back.

If you remember, in my previous two posts I am attempting to answer
question that are present in every aesi student's mind.

Today's questions are

3) Is it true that without 60%marks in section b u wont manage a
industrial training?

My knowledge on this is limited as it concens the new syllabus. In old
times, if you have overall 60% AeSI provided you with a 6 to 12 months
On Job Training. But one can always take your own initiative and get a
on job training in nal, Hal etc

Anyone here who has more Information on this, can you please chip in.
Any info on this is most welcome.

4) Are there any companies coming for recruitment in convocation?
Unfortunately there is no recruitment at the convocation.

At the convocation you get your certificates, you get to meet some
aerospace personalities and two good meals. That's it. No recruitment
drive there.

But don't worry, there's a good news in this department. AeSIAA has
taken this up and it conducts a recruitment drive or campus for AMAeSI
graduates once a year. Last time we did the recruitment drive in AeSI
Bangalore office and two AMAeSI graduates were placed through it. This
year aesiaa wants to make this event more grand!!

And there's one another avenue where lot of recruiter's post their job
recquirements. Ouraesi yahoo group. Be a part of it and participate.

Hope this helps. Please feel free to leave your questions, remarks in

Friday, July 01, 2011

2 day workshop on FEM and Practical stress Analysis – Register Today


Date: 22 & 23 July 2011

Venue: Aeronautical Society of India, Bangalore Branch

Suranjan Das Road, New Thippasandra Post, Bangalore-560075

Registration Fee:

Industry and R&D Labs - Rs. 2000/-

NAFEMS /AeSIAA Members and Academia (Including Students) - Rs. 1000/-

For AMAeSI Students – Rs. 750 /-

Workshop Info [pdf]

Monday, June 27, 2011

How to pass AeSI papers? - open question to all

Just received a distraught and passionate mail from a section a
student. He said aesi examination question pattern isn't suited for
Indian environment. He argued that instead of subjective paper, Aesi
papers should be objective. He also doubted that there is something
wrong in the the checking of aesi answer sheets.

Well I have to admit, many students including myself have doubted the
checking system of answer sheets by AeSI. At some point of time, we
have wondered what happened to our marks when we were sure we have
done a great job in the examination hall.

I guess the reason for this doubt is the opaque wall that aesi has
put. We don't have access to the checked papers and this non
transparency raises out doubts, which are magnified when we get bad

Now when I look back at those semesters where I felt Mr Goyal had some
evil hand in failing me, I think somewhere I was also responsible.

Examinations are not about telling what you know. It's about giving
relevant answers to the questions asked. It's not about spilling
whatever you know, on paper, but giving the right and accurate
information required by the question.

Brief and to the point answers are Indicators of your understanding of
the question.

Well these topic is open to lot of discussions, so I open this
question to all of you. What do think about this? Do feel free to

More on passing aesi exams at

Sunday, June 26, 2011

Apple iPhone and you

Read the following at the noise and signal blog. It's about why
Apple's iPhone is dominating the smartphone market.

"The basics absolutely matter. If the basics aren't right then
worrying about the other stuff is futile. This is why Apple put years
of thoughtful work into getting the basics right. Then they released
the iOS and the iPhone. Then, a year later, they turned the iOS into a
platform for third party developers. And today that platform is
available on tens of millions of iPhones, iPod Touches, and iPads.
Apple got their priorities straight."

Same priorities are applicable to everyone.

Be it as an aero society student or aesi graduate. Whatever we do, we
have to get the basics right.

Learning nastran or Ansys will go unused if you fail to understand the
simple concepts of stress and strain! Knowing non linear analysis will
go in vain if you don't understand the difference between linear and
non linear!

So build your base first.

For all aesi graduates I recommend that in section A, make studies as
your primary focus. Concentrate on getting your concepts right, before
emarking on skill building! Know what is taught. Explore those
topics. Learn them such that you can explain them to your grandmother.

Skill building can begin in the late two semesters of section b.

More on this is myaesi ebook. Check that out if you haven't

Good luck and be a star!

Percentage of marks in AeSI

Ok so today let us take the second question. It's not specific to any
stream. This question is almost on every aesi students mind.

"what is the percentage of marks required for an aesian for job? Are
both section a and b equally important or stress is upon section b?"

The obvious answer to this question is, the higher the percentage the
better. There's no fixed number here but most of the govt.
organisation look for candidates with marks more than 60%

For private companies there is no stated numbers.

These marks are just signals. If you have good percentage marks, you
are sending a strong signal. But if they are in 50's, that signal
prompts people to question your knowledge.

That's the only difference.

As I said earlier is some post here, always shoot for high marks but
if your don't get them, don't loose hurt. There is more to life than

For your second question, overall marks are more important than just
section b!!

Hope this answers your question. Feel free to comment if you have a
different take on this.

Find more here

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

What extra skills should an avionics stream student of AeSI have?

What extra skills should an avionics stream student of AeSI have?

After my post on being profssional, I have received a couple of emails
from many of you. One such email had 6 questions for me to answer.

The question are apt and well framed. I will try to answer them all by
putting then in 6 different posts.

Mr Sumantra is in avionics stream and so his first question was

"we dont have practical in our course, so what extra thing do you
suggest a student should learn for avionics stream?, like students go
for CFD , catia and ansys for aeromechanical"

Let me begin by saying, if your main dish is great, then dessert does
not matter.

Whatever you have studied in aesi is the base, don't leave crack in
that base. Anything that you do beyond that is the dessert! It adds to
glamour but it's the core studies that drives the engine.

If you have read MyAeSI Ebook, you will know about the equation
Knowledge + skills = job

Building skills are important. And now to your question of what skills
an avionics student of aesi should acquire.

First of all. Build your communication skills. Oral and written. They
are the most important skill that one needs to have, whatever be his/
her work.

Apart from communication, an aesi avionics graduate can get training
in labview, learn c coding, know how to use matlab simulink and
embedded system depending on personal interest.

As i am from propulsion stream, my knowledge on avionics is limited.
So over the lifespan of this blog, i have invited few accomplished
avionics engineers from aesi to answer this similar question. Please
find them here by searching the blog via this link.

Hope this helps

Saturday, June 18, 2011

Recent AeSI graduates: Be professional

Today I was at the Annual General Meeting of AeSIAA. There I came
across a letter written by a recent AeSIAA graduate looking for an
intrinship position.

I admire the initiative of that graduate. He thought out of the box
and mailed to AeSIAA office for referel. But my admiration stops there.

A look at the resume dissipitated any good feeling that I had for
him. It seems that some people mistakenly assume that raw enthusiasm
and a willingness to work is enough to get them in the door. It

You have to be professional. You are an engineer now. You need to
know how to write a decent resume. You need to know what to put in
that resume. Just raw enthusiasm won't do.

Please don't do such silly mistakes. They do matter. You have
Internet as a vast resource and google a doorway. Why not utilize
that to craft a professional resume?

For more posts related to crafting a professional resume follow the

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

What will aircraft engines look like post-2025?

What will aircraft engines look like post-2025?

Check this link.

Must for an aero-mechanical stream guys of AeSI!!


Saturday, May 28, 2011

An opportunity

Saw this mail in one of a google group I follow.


Pardon if this is not exactly on topic, but I hope some
readers of this group will find it of interest.

I'm the author and maintainer of ftnchek, a venerable static
analysis program for finding bugs in Fortran code. In its
heyday, ftnchek was quite popular with Fortran programmers.
However, for some time now ftnchek has been kind of moribund
due to its only accepting Fortran 77 syntax with some
Fortran 90 extensions.

This situation is about to change. I have been awarded a
grant that can support a graduate research assistant for one
calendar year, including a stipend and 1/3 of tuition. The
project will involve rebuilding ftnchek to accept the full
current Fortran standard syntax.

If you are or know of a graduating senior who is planning to
begin a master's degree program in computer science this
September, with a good background and interest in compilers,
please contact me for details on the assistantship and how
to apply to Fordham's M.S. program in computer science.

Dr. Robert Moniot
Associate Professor of Computer Science
Fordham University
New York, NY 10023

office: LL-817-E
phone: (212) 636-6334

Yes this opportunity is available to international students provided they get themselves admitted to the MS program and being interested in this program will boost the admission process.

Go check it.

Thursday, May 19, 2011

Lets Join Hands and Make a Difference

Hi everyone.

In the last AeSIAA get together, after the fun and the dancing events, everyone got the opportunity to introduce themselves and express their views. There many of you have expressed the desire to be play a more active part in the activities of AeSIAA.

Well here is the opportunity for you to keep that promise.

As you may already know that AeSIAA is now in the process of electing the fresh Executive Committee for 2011-2013. The Election is being conducted by way of nomination of the life members to the EC.

The Executive Committee is the work horse of AeSIAA. It helps organise all the different activities like the Annual AeSI Family get together, SEMAA type seminars among many other activities.

The EC is the platform for you to shape the direction of the association. If you have ever wondered about making a difference in someone's life, then this is the opportunity for you.

I request you to kindly come forward and be a part of the EC. If you are interested, want to know more contact me or Mr Anuj Jha or Mr Kuldeep at the following phone number or email

Your participation is crucial for the future growth & development of the Association, so lets join hands and make a difference.

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Action brings results.

Unless you begin, you won't know what you are going to accomplish.

Planining and planning and only planning will never accomplish you any

It's the action that produces results.

Start that routine you are planning for so many days. Load on that
software your are planning to learn. Create that first fortran program
than trying you that get a perfect compiler.

Action brings results.

My prefered method is fire and aim. I like to start shooting and then
adjust than spending loads of time perfecting my aim before even
firing a single shot.

So which category do you fall in? Do you shoot before you aim or do
you perfect your aim before you shoot?

Tuesday, May 17, 2011


By now if you were not living under a rock, you will know about AeSIAA
or aeronautical society of India Alumni Association.

Anyway I will go ahead and repeat, AeSI Alumni Association is a
registered society that aims to formally unite and work for the
betterment of AeSI students and graduates.

In short spam of year it has made a mark on the Indian aerospace
scene. From conducting national level aerospace seminar to family get
togethers, from job fairs to aeromodelling, professional and overall
development of AeSI graduates is its primary aim.

So are you a member of this?

If you are not, please be. It's meant for all aesi graduates. Register
and become a part of this by sending a mail to Mr Anuj Jha or Mr
Kuldeep Kumar at the following emails.

In couple of weeks AeSIAA will be having it's Annual General Meeting
in Bangalore.

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