Tuesday, 17 November 2015

A very simple transistor Explaination

Recently I saw a very useful and easy video about TRANSISTOR!!!
If you are confuse about NPN and PNP transistors and how do they work you can visit this video on youtube...

Happy Learning...

Link:   https://youtu.be/kNVaIqmKUoI
video by Kevin Patterson

Saturday, 20 December 2014

Every one learn something one or other way.so,it's not a thing that the method is write or wrong but if you master the method,you can take an efficient benefit of learning.
Generally there are three methods to learn,
1)By listening
2)By Looking
3)By Doing

For an example one can learn to make tea by listening the whole procedure of making it,the other can learn by looking or observing the method or may be one can learn the same by experimenting in real word.

So find out that best way by which you can master the your skill and learn everyday something new.
Happy Learning...

Thursday, 10 July 2014


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Thursday, 3 July 2014

Sunday, 9 February 2014



The Truth about moving on…..

Truth 1: Good career planning requires you to know yourself….

“A young executive named Robert reluctantly went through the general Electric career-planning program: three days of looking where he wanted to be at what stage of his working life. Rather busy at the time, 24-year-old Robert felt it was a bit early for this kind of thing. However, after completing the assignments, he realized that being in-charge of many people meant a lot to him. He determined that his long term goal was to be the top person in his profession at a major company before he was 50.

When Robert’s career started to stall at a major fortune 50 company, that objective stuck in his mind. He knew he needed to move if he were to make it to his goal. Robert worked for four more companies, expanding his role every time, always considering the endgame. Now almost 60, Robert has reached his goal and beyond. He is president of a major U.S. corporation, running a $30 billion business. He credits that course 36 years ago that helped him become clear about his career goals.

We can all learn something from Robert’s clarity of vision. However, it would be a mistake to assume that you share his idea of a successful career and to try to imitate his strategy. It is a workplace myth that most of the people are ambitious to get ahead-one reinforced by a culture of promotion meaning success. The truth is that different people are motivated by and committed to different things. The best bit of career planning you’ll ever do is to spend some time getting to know yourself. Then you can focus on what you really want.

There are 4 principal ways to get satisfaction at work: to get ahead, to get secure, to get free, and to get high. Which of these or which combination of these is most like you?

§       Get-ahead people enjoy competition, one-upmanship, and risk. They are good at thinking years ahead and are comfortable working with lots of politics.
§       Get-secure people enjoy being competent at their jobs. They may seem territorial, wanting to be an irreplaceable expert by knowing more about something than others at work, such as legal stuff or finances. They may hate taking vacations since they need to irreplaceable.
§       Get-free people want to be able to do their own thing. They often carve niches in esoteric areas that enable them to pursue personal interests. Role as consultants or academics can allow them to determine their own working patterns, but they often choose to work for themselves.
§       Get-high people need to do work that not only matters to them but that they love with a passion. They enjoy being challenged and maybe entrepreneurs, researchers, or project leaders.

Knowing yourself and knowing where you want to go helps you focus on the bigger picture of your working life and keeps you from getting distracted or discouraged by the small frustrations or slow patches. It also stops you from leaping into the wrong job just because you think you should accept a promotion. It maybe that you should stay put, move sideways, or even move on……

(Truth 2, on the way!!)

Sunday, 26 January 2014


why the USA uses the 110 volt system and most of Europe/Asia uses 220 volt system? ,