Month: December 2016

Engineering, JMIT Updates

“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn”

This statement by Benjamin Franklin justifies the idea of taking up internships, especially for students. One gets to know and learn better when one gets involved in the actual work environment. College lectures disseminate all the requisite theoretical knowledge but internships support and help in polishing the knowledge gathered within the four walls of the classroom. Internships have become an integral part of all courses, be it professional or non-professional. Students look forward to the internship part of their education, it is like a trailer before the actual movie comes out. Just like a trailer of a movie gives the audience an idea of what the whole movie may be like and then helps in deciding whether to watch the movie or not, internship gives one an idea of what kind of work will be offered after pursuing a particular course and prepares one for functioning in his/her field of work.

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Engineering, JMIT Updates

Before differentiating Resume and CV, both of these are used in job applicants. Let’s describe them one by one. Let’s first talk about Resume. Resume is summary of your education, work history, credentials, and other accomplishments and skills. Resume talks about your objective and career statement both of which are very necessary for applying for a job, a strong objective and career statement shows your potential and interest about your work. A Resume should always be as concise as possible. Resume has got different types which includes chronological, Functional and combination formats. Try to include bulleted points in resumes as it helps to keep the information concise. The size of resume is generally one page long although sometimes it can be as long as two pages.

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“Anger is an acid that can do more harm to the vessel in which it is stored than to anything on which it is poured”.

These famous lines of Mr. Mark Twain help me to get rid of my anger.

All of us have a different way to manage our anger but if we are unable to manage our anger, it can bring negative consequences on our physical, mental & emotional health, relationships, career, work performance, studies, etc.

Many cases of divorce of young couples are anger only.

Many health problems like headache, digestion problems, insomnia, increased anxiety, depression, high blood pressure, skin problems, such as eczema, heart attack, stroke, etc are due to ANGER.

It is true that there are some external situations which influence us to become angry like think of the situations when you are going to take a flight and get stuck in traffic jam, when your boss is not giving you appraisal for the year, when you are standing in a long queue of a bank and do not get cash.

You can, if you want choose not to lose temper. Either way, the choice is totally yours.

So below mentioned are the list of practical techniques which can help you to manage and control your anger, please remember that the most important one always depend upon the choice you make.

  1. Try to remove yourself from the situation that makes you angry until you cool down.
  2. Go for a small walk outside in nature or in corridor of your workplace.
  3. Try to accept few situations as part of life.
  4. Always consider that “others are also human beings”.
  5. Slowly count to ten.
  6. Take some deep breaths.
  7. Keep a diary to outburst your anger.
  8. Learn relaxation techniques like meditation or yoga.
  9. Exercise regularly.
  10. Listen to soft music or any type of music you like so as to calm and sooth yourself.
  11. Share your feelings with your best friend and feel relaxed.
  12. Play with children.
  13. Use positive energy of anger in productive work.

Manage your anger and choose to be happy.

All the best!


Ms. Shikha Benson



It has been Eight years since that tragic 26/11 terrorist attacks on the Taj Hotel Mumbai. Remembering those soldiers who fought against these terrorists I came up with this short poem.

If I die in a war zone,
Box me up and send me home ,

Put my medals on my chest,
Tell my mom I did my best,

Tell my dad not to bow,
He won’t get tension from me now,

Tell my brother to study perfectly,
Keys of my bike will be his permanently,

Tell my sis not to be upset,
Her bro will not rise after this sunset,

Tell my love not to cry…


Ashish Dhiman
ME-B (II Year)