Tuesday, July 30, 2013


Please find the following requirement for FEA coder, if you are interested in the following requirements, please forward your résumé to the following email address sukhbinder.singh+job@ gmail  

Requirement: FEA Software Developer 

Experience: Min: 02.00 yrs Max: 05.00 yrs

Requirement Locations: Bangalore


Job Description:

  • This role will encompass the development of SC03 Finite Element software, and plug-ins to deliver interface, vibration & lifting functionality to a global user base.
  • It will involve liaison with the customer to develop and agree the software requirements, specification and software verification test suite.
  • The role includes development, validation and verification of the software on all customers platforms and the production of the complete software documentation including theory and user guide.
  • Essential Skills Coding experience in mixed language programming (Fortran, C)
  • Knowledge of various development platforms and environments
  • Sound knowledge of Finite Element Methods and Structures


Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Hansa - a portable, high altitude, long endurance Drone

FICCI jointly with the Department of Science and Technology (Government of India), Lockheed Martin Corporation, Indo-US Science and Technology Forum, Stanford Graduate School of Business and the IC2 institute, University of Texas has initiated the India Innovation Growth Programme with the aim of accelerating Indian technologies in the global markets by assessing their scientific and commercial value.

As a part of this programme, team has identified a technology “Hansa – a portable, high altitude, long endurance Drone. Essentially it is an unmanned Airplane with about 2m wingspan and can be hand launched. It is made of Balsa wood and Fiberglass and weighs about 1.2 kg. It has a uniquely high payload capacity of 3 kg, which is highest for any drone of this weight category. It has GPS and Autopilot and can autonomously take off, follow a mission and land. It has got a unique day/night camera with 20x optical zoom, ability to detect and track a human from 1km distance. It can fly altitudes of 1km for about 4hours and can be controlled from up to 10km distance”.

You can access the video of the technology here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vaJb3ea6pDo

Cheers !

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

How can I do my best in exams?

How can I do my best on the exam?

A lot of people have asked me this and the following passage is the best answer to that question.

"How can I ace my exam?" If you're a student, you are naturally concerned with how you perform on examinations. But, ironically, focusing on the impending test itself is not the best way to improve your performance on it.

Suppose in a few months you were going to be asked to do thirty push-ups. You could concentrate on what to eat the day before the push-up competition, and what shirt to wear that's not too tight or too loose, and how to give 110% at the time of the challenge. Or you could slowly, over time, increase the number of push-ups you can do each day between now and then so that it would be no effort to pump out thirty push-ups at test time.

"How can I do my best on the exam?" is not the best question to ask in school. Better questions include these:

"How can I become more engaged in the course material? "How can I become more engaged in the course material?"
"Could I give a lecture explaining the material?"

These questions lead to actions that you can take—becoming an active listener, joining a study group, or, even better, tutoring other

From the book - The 5 Elements of Effective Thinking by Edward B. Burger, Michael Starbird

Wednesday, July 17, 2013


Improvement. It never comes unless you are trying. One trial is not improvement. It's a test.

Successive trials improves.

So when learning something new, be it a software, skill or subject. Aim to repeat. Do it multiple times.

That's were improvement is!!


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Tuesday, July 09, 2013

Important Notice: Request from AeSI HQ

AeSI HQ is preparing a letter to send to Ministry of HRD for granting equivalence of completion of section “A” & “B” of the Aeronautical Society of India to a Bachelor’s Degree in Aeronautical Engineering awarded by Indian university.

In this regard AeSI HQ has requested AeSI Alumni Association to provide the list of AeSI Graduates occupying important positions in different industries/R&D organizations.

Henceforth we request you to please submit your details on/before July 15, 2013 at http://aesiaa.org/membership_database.html
We also request you to please share this e-mail/message within your contacts. It will help us to serve you in a better way.

Looking forward for a quick response from everybody.


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