Friday, December 17, 2010

Pune IT Milan

Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh 
IT Milan Seminar 2010-11

As per our tradition in assisting IT college students we have every year IT Milan Seminar. We encourage you to be part of this volatile format of seminar where you will leverage the knowledge of many intelligent speakers from various IT sectors.Place : “Motibag”, Shaniwar peth,Pune – 411030.
Event will be scheduled on 8 - 9 Jan 2011
Date : 8th January and 9th January 2011

8th January 2011
9th January 2011
2.00 to 2.30
Registration and Tea
8.00 to 8.30
Group competitions
(some skill full task assign to group or some puzzle solving.)                         
2.30 to 3.00
8.30 to 9.00
Parallel events
Quiz Competition 
Programming Competition
Presentation (Slide show / assign tasks.)

3.00 to 6.00
Opening Talk (Knowledge is Interrelated )
9.15 to  10.00
Break Fast
10.00 to 10.15
Group Talk & (Q. & A.)
Web Development, Mobile Development, System Admin & Networking, Enterprise apps)    
10.15 to 11.15   

Intro to RSS or any Social subject
11.30 to 12.30
12. 30 to 1.30

Fee : 50/-
Note: Snack and Lunch will be available at seminar place. 
Siddharth Waikar : 9270914751               Amit Hajare :  8793353391
Narendra Dandekar   Sourabh Agnihotri   Kushal Bhattad

Sunday, December 12, 2010

Wikimedia Pune meetup

The Wikipedia/Wikimedia Pune meetup

The Wikipedia/Wikimedia Pune meetup is a get-together of wikipedians /wikimedians (contributors and users) to meet up, discuss, share experiences, reach out and advocate for wikipedia and wikimedia. Erik Möller,Deputy Director,Wikimedia Foundation, Danese Cooper, Chief Technical Officer, Wikimedia Foundation, Alolita Sharma, Engineering Programs Manager, Wikimedia Foundation will be attending the meetup.

Anyone interested in Wikipedia/Wikimedia is welcomed to join, regardless of the language or the project including Past, present or future contributors. Anyone supportive or interested in the Wikimedia movement is invited to join us for a casual meetup over coffee. Please add your name to the list below and join the india mailing list.

Date: : Monday, 13-December-2010 6:30 PM IST

Venue:: SICSR, Atur Centre, Model Colony. Room No 707. 7th floor


  1. Erik Möller , Deputy Director , Wikimedia Foundation
  2. Danese Cooper , Chief Technical Officer, Wikimedia Foundation
  3. Alolita Sharma , Engineering Programs Manager, Wikimedia Foundation
  4. Sudhanwa Jogalekar , Co-ordinator
  5. Abdul Karim, Student, Computer Engineering, VIT Pune.
  6. Gaurav Pant, freelance web developer.
  7. G Karunakar, FOSS Developer, Co-ordinator - IndLinux project
  8. Nikhil Sheth, blogger, former IT slave, social worker, Toastmaster, founder - Pune Documentary Club, Let's do it Pune
सदगुणाचा अतिरेक झाला तर लाचारी येते.

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Saturday, December 4, 2010

Rajiv Dixit

Rajiv Dixit was an Indian scientist, orator, and and one of the leaders of the modern Swadeshi movement in India. He started various movements in order to spread awareness among the people on various topics of Indian national interests through the Swadeshi Movement, Bharat Bachav Andolan, and various other works. He served as the National Secretary of Bharat Swabhiman Andolan, which was started by Yog Rishi Swami Ramdev He is a strong believer and preacher of Bharatiyata (Indianism). He had also worked in spreading awareness about Indian history and issues in the Indian constitution and Indian economic policies. Through his speeches, he displayed his deep understanding of Indian economics and issues of corruption in India; he has criticized Indian politicians for corrupt behavior.

On November 29th 2010 Dixit collapsed while delivering a lecture in Bhilai at around 6.30 on November 29th evening following cardiac arrest and breathed his last around midnight.He was recently associated with Yoga Guru Baba Ramdev as Secretary of Bharat Swabhiman Trust in Haridwar.Incidentally,November 30th 2010 was his 43rd birthday and his friends were making preparations to celebrate the occasion.He leaves behind his father, mother and a brother who live in Wardha, Maharashtra.He was planning to contest the forthcoming Lok Sabha polls.

True Indian

Rajiv Dixit was a true Indian revolutionary and patriot. Dixit, who was struggling for past 20 years against multinational companies, was born in Allahabad (UP) and belongs to a freedom fighters' family. He loved freedom fighters like Bhagat Singh, Chandrashekar Azad, Subash Chandra Bose, Gandhi etc. He was also a scientist and very few people know that he worked with Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam. He also worked in France as telecommunication scientist. He started 'Swadeshi,' 'Protect Your Freedom' and 'Use Indian Product' movements.

Early life and career

Rajiv Dixit was born in Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh. From childhood on he was fond of various Indian revolutionaries. He is also a scientist and has worked with A.P.J. Abdul Kalam. He also worked in France in the telecommunications sector. For the last 20 years he has been promoting the concept of Indian Swadeshi (self-sufficiency) from foreign goods and businesses.

Initiated and supported movements

Dixit supported the movement of opening a chain of Swadeshi General Stores, where only Indian-made goods are sold. The concept is that the consumer can get the goods at cheaper rates and the whole chain from producer to consumer gets equal benefits, instead of most of the money going to producers and suppliers. He initiated movements like the Swadeshi Movement and Azadi Bachao Andolan and became their spokeperson. He addressed a rally of over 50,000 people under the leadership of Swadeshi Jagaran Manch in New Delhi. He also took leadership of the programme held at Calcutta which was supported and promoted by various organizations and prominent personalities and was celebrated all over India on the eve of the 150th Anniversary of the 1857 war of Indian independence.

He demanded decentralization of taxation system, saying that the current system is the core reason for the corruption in bureaucracy. He claimed that 80% of taxes is being used to pay the politicians and bureaucrats and just 20% for development purposes for the people. He compared the current budget system of the Indian government to the earlier British budget system in India, presenting statistics to show that they are the same.Currently he is working with swami Ramdev in Bharat Swabhiman Trust as national secretary.

He also doubted the terrorist attack on the United States Twin Towers, claiming that it was stage managed by U.S. Government itself, and supported the claims of Lone Lantern Society of the U.S.

He also claimed that "liberalization, privatization and globalization, the three evil faces staring at us today, have pushed us towards a suicidal states."

Showing his sympathy towards the Indian farmers, he argued that modern thinkers have neglected agricultural sectors and farmers have been left to feed themselves and committing suicide. Expressing his views on Indian judiciary and legal system, he said that India is still following the laws and acts enacted during the British era and had not taken the burden of changing them as per the requirement of Indian people

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Saturday, February 20, 2010

Just want to tell you that I am Swayamsevak of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh(RSS) and I would like to give you information that What is RSS? and what RSS is doing? Please Read this article attentionaly.
Namaskaar :Look what RSS is doing !!! Read the article below or click on the link
Daffodils in face of bullets
Tarun Vijay, 04 February 2010, 07:55 PM ISTIn times of a petty political strife hogging headlines and the very concept of Indian under strain, a great number of dedicated souls are trying to help daffodils - symbolizing friendship - flower in their own way. Naturally, the media's award-winner sirens won't be interested in it. There are people who think they can bring about a change in society through bullets and take up guns killing innocent Indians. But there are many others who choose the placid path of silent devotion and service, helping daffodils of joy flower. They are there in every area of our land, comprising varied religious or spiritual, or even atheist, groups who consider people alone are their God. Here is one unknown chapter from that grand book of sharing the joy which genuinely makes the fibres that weave the Indian fabric beyond boundaries.
Ashok Kukde, a highly qualified medical practitioner, thought of providing the best medical facilities to the poor and disadvantaged in the remote rural area of Latur and with four of his doctor friends started Vivekananda Hospital way back in 1966. It grew wonderfully with local support and developed into a 120-bed superspecialty medical centre providing the best medical help to 50,000 patients every year half the cost other hospitals charge. It was recognized as a postgraduate training centre by the government's National Board of Examination in Medicine. Dr Kukde, an MS in general surgery, is the chief of the RSS organizational network of that region comprising five states and a member of RSS national executive. Surely, he will never get a Padma award. Shyam Parande told me this story from Tamil Nadu. A woman full-timer, Seva Vrati as they are known, narrated the action in one of the Self Help Groups (SHGs) in Kanyakumari district in which more than 3000 SHGs are being managed by women under Seva Bharati. In a village called Thirparappu, the SHG comprised 18 women members belonging to one particular caste and two members from another caste. Caste divisions in rural areas are distinct and divide society many a time. The caste association wanted the less-represented-caste women to be removed from the SHG. The activists who were running the SHG refused bluntly to budge. In Kanpur, the grandson of a great RSS leader and a legendary barrister who originally hailed from Kashmir, spent all his profits from business to establish a centre of child empowerment, Vatsalya Mandir, bringing little girls and boys from slums and remote poverty struck villages who would, in many instances have ended up as beggars. He is efficiently but silently running it with facilities for improving English communications skills and training in IT. Having been associated with it, I can guarantee this centre would produce meritorious sportspersons and promising administrative officers. Recently, Doordarshan, Sahyadri, telecast an inspiring story on the "Samvedna Cerebral Palsy Vikasan Kendra", an organization working for Cerebral Palsy in Maharashtra recognized for its efficacy by the central government. In Assam, more than 5000 healthcare centers are being run efficiently with a thousand bare-foot doctors, called Arogya Rakshaks, comprising a large number of women medical-help providers. In more than one instance, they have saved the lives of patients in dire need of immediate primary medical care. At the all-India level there are more than 5,000 bare-foot doctors providing basic and primary medical help to rural folks in times of emergency. They are all trained in primary healthcare and work voluntarily, not getting any salary. "To serve humanity is to serve God" is their slogan, as was said by Dr Hedgewar, the RSS founder. A Pune centre Seva Vardhini is efficiently running several service projects in education, child rights and gender equality under a young IAS officer Ravindra Wanjarvadkar, who resigned as district collector to devote more time to social empowerment. When I was in Pune this Republic Day, I met a young activist, Kshipra Vaidya, who was working among the dyslexic children educating parents and training teachers. She was a student leader in ABVP, and chose this field as her career after marriage. Similarly Mohan Rao Ghaisas, an RSS chief of the area, working among tribal farmers under an organization Suyash, formed 168 self-help groups to encourage water harvesting and bio-farming, making them get many times more yield per acre and improving their economic status. Rashtriya Seva Bharati affiliate groups number many thousands.In a global record making effort, RSS-inspired workers have spread centres of literacy and social values to more than 27,041 centres called 'One Teacher, One Schools' (Ekal Vidyalayas) catering to 7,53,123 students (as on January 2010) in remote rural areas who would otherwise have no access to schooling. In the formal education sector, Vidya Bharati is running 25,000 schools in virtually every corner of the land with student enrolment crossing an astounding figure 2.5 million - all under one federal structure enabling a pan-Indian vision strengthened in times when fragmentation pays political dividends.In Aurangabad, a 150-bedded hospital, Dr Hedgewar Rugnalaya, was established to commemorate the birth centenary of the RSS founder in 1989. It provides medical help, almost at negligible cost to more than 600 patients daily and has 35 highly qualified doctors and surgeons like Dr Tupkari and Dr Diwakar Kulkarni on its rolls. But its specialization stretches to another facet too: treating the caste-ridden social malaises and hence it runs several mobile medical help and literacy centres in slum areas of the city where doctors' groups go and teach little kids , giving a message of social harmony and powering voices against caste -based discrimination. Only slum area medical help is received by 1.5 lakh patients every year. Lahuji Vastad Salve, a great social reformer from the so-called untouchable class, is their ideal and the trust running the hospital is named after Dr Ambedkar.From Jodhpur to Leh and Chitrakoot to Indore and Vizag to Mangalore and Dimapur and the border posts touching Moreh and Dibang valley, such inspiring stories are scattered exuding fragrance of one India, one people and one spirit to serve without any discrimination on religious or caste or parochial lines.Nanaji Deshmukh, an RSS worker, established a new paradigm in rural self-help, education and empowerment in Chitrakoot, inspiring many a President and top entrepreneurs like Ratan Tata and Ramnath Goenka.An MTech from IIT (Powai), Anil Vartak, is helping coordinate all service projects numbering more than 1.5 lakh all over India while a postgraduate in science, Kripa Prasad Singh, works with a thousand youth force in Vanavasi Kalyan Ashram, that includes women workers in a large numbers, among the tribal segments from Arunachal to Western Ghats and Andamans to Spiti, monitoring and helping 14,000 projects in areas of education, entrepreneurial development and medical help.One of the brief info sheets of Rashtriya Seva Bharati, the umbrella organization of 400 various service trusts and societies, has listed a bit modestly, several of its works in simple tables. The following one, for example, lists its works in the health sector:

Worker/Project profile Nos. in Year 2004 Nos. in Year 2009

Village Health Workers 2761 6114

Mobile Dispensaries 385 1043

Static dispensaries 161 460

Hospital s 36 38

Nature Cure Clinics 18 32

Ambulances 34 41

Blood banks 2 14

Health education centers 118 188

Leprosy patients services 7 8

Service to disabled persons 38 179

Assistance to patients 69 750

Counseling centers 29 182

Gymnasiums 57 77

Others(misc. medical services) 1159 2207

Total 5133 11096

More than 1.5 lakh service projects can’t go waste, and if we also add the efforts of many other organizations working in their own way, through their different methods and policy inputs, the number of such efforts may run into millions. And remember, most of them are not funded by the government. Collectively, aren’t we all working to make India a better place to live? But then, to see it, we must turn our attention from Delhi’s murky headline making tribe. That’s India, my dear. And not the hate-spreader extremist missionaries.

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

So, let's continue with below blog. I will share my some problems which i want to share with my friend but still now I haven't any friend who hearing my problems. I think I am very poor people in thinking. I can't think High & Positive. This is my very big problem. When I had alone that time I did silly, negative & some time funny thinking. I never have Present, I always in Future or Past & think. I read many books about Spiritual, Biographical, Inspirational, etc. and now reading. to be continued.......

Friday, January 22, 2010

Now, I am learning English speaking. but still I am very poor in English becuase I haven't vocabulory of English and therefore I can't speak English Very well. So, I come online after many days, Now a days haven't interest to come online and haven't interest to do somethings. Really I lost my happiness as well as Confidence. And important thing is no anyone of mine who will understand my feelings. But still I am taking efforts to improve MySelf. Yesterday, In English Speaking Class Madam gave Homework to us but I can't done that Homework. Homework was 'The Movie I Liked Most'. I start thinking about that Homework I think on 3 Idiots but I can't recall that movie. I saw that Movie about 8-9 times. Neverthless, I can't remember some scene of movie. Hence I have not spoke on that topic. And I became completely blank. Here I mention about my Poor Memory Problem. So this is one of bad thing which I have.
Day before Yesterday, Madam gave us one interesting homework that is 'Market Sarve'. In that We should go to the Market and do enquiry in English. So, I am getting late. let me Go. Thank You!

Sunday, January 10, 2010

Hello Friends,
Firstly Sorry about my poor English, in that case plz forgive me.
Today i am going to share with you about my past. I was very poor confidence person. I hadn't any activity. I was very silent. I hadn't at least one friend who cares me and i didn't care my any friend.
Actually, I have negative thinking about anything. I have less confidence about my speaking & therefore i didn't speak more with anyone. when i am going to talk with any one i don't understand that what i tell with him or her? i became completely blank. I haven't daring to talk with girl. I can't talk with girl because i haven't self confidence about my talk.
In the college, i am very silent student & no one talk with me except 3-4 friends. Now i am doing BCA in MMCC college. This my second year of BCA. After BCA & i want to do MCA in Science but i have problem. I hadn't Math in 11th & 12th & therefore I can't do MCA science after completed BCA, I am not interesting in MBA. If there will not be chance to get MCA than i will do MBA or another master degree course. As per my knowledge there were three types of MCA Science, Commerce & Management. And i am not interested in last two of them.
Actually, After Completed SSC, I failed to took decision that I want to do 11th-12th in science but i hadn't any experience or any exprience person who tell me that You must do science because after HSC there will be many opportunity to you. then i did HSC in technical. Actually, I was fail in 11th when i was in commerce. after that i got admission again in 11th but i got technical stream which known as MCVC. And then done my Junior College Study & i take admission in BCA actually i want to do diploma in Computer Engineering but i didn't get admission in Diploma & therefore i got admission in BCA. after coming BCA i got information about MCA & i pursuing MCA. My college friend Amit told me that,"Akshay You will do MBA after BCA because MCA is very tough & lengthy course than MBA. So, You join the Entrance(CET) class with us." I am very confused with my educational studies. My many friends doing Engineering or CS. When i think of them , I do think that they are very intelligent than me. Because i am very lazy & i haven't Positive Attitude which they have lot. I am selfish person & very "Darpok" person like Raju Rastogi & they are "All is Well" Person like Ranchoo.
Now i am getting late, So let me go.
So, All is Well. Good Night & Sweet Dream