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Use of PC / Wordpress theme suggestions
« on: March 22, 2017, 07:20:47 PM »
Those who develop personal site using wordpress theme. The following template might be helpful for you do design a course or personal website

  • Libretto : course
  • Edda
  • Nucleare
  • Shoreditch
  • Escutcheon : academic Personal profile
  • Cyanotype
  • Lovecraft : course wiht right sight menu
  • Hew
  • Lyretail
  • Sobe
  • Twenty Fifteen
  • Minnow
  • Cols
  • Penscratch

Just go to and search for the theme you wanted.

Teaching & Research Forum / About our ERP
« on: March 22, 2017, 06:38:16 PM »
Here is my observations of Daffodil International University ERP accessible item for teachers:

  • Home
  • Admission Management
  • Student Management
    • Admission
      • Student Admission: Here you can find Information about a student, his/her details. You can also find guardians phone            number here. You can also get the information about an employee of DIU by providing his ID.
    • Registration
      • Course Registration: Here you can register a students semester information means course registration.
      • Credit check
        • Individual Student credit taken: Info about a student credit taken
        • Student Credit taken sum
    • Report
      • Course Wise Registration
      • Section wise student
      • Program wise student
      • Registration summary
      • Reg Sum State

For any emergency call ERP: Call number: 029138234/5-110

A curriculum vita (CV) is a comprehensive statement emphasizing:

  • Name, Add, Phone, Email
  • Research Interests
  • education
  • experience
  • Research Exp
  • Teaching Exp
  • professional qualifications/Exp
  • accomplishments
  • Grands/Awards
  • publications
  • Conferences/Presentations
  • activities
  • Relevant Training
  • Relevant research/technical/laboratory Skills.
  • programming/academic activities
  • Extra Curricular Activities
  • Professional Memberships
  • Interests
  • special qualifications
  • References

Guidelines for writing CV / Guidelines for Preparing a CV
« on: March 21, 2017, 05:32:39 PM »
  • The order of topics in a CV format is flexible.
  • Arrange sections to highlight strengths for the position you are seeking.
  • Elaborate on accomplishments and skills within categories.
  • List items within each category chronologically, the most recent appearing first.
  • Include additional headings when appropriate to reflect certifications/licensures, workshops/training, languages, book reviews, etc.
  • Present information in an easily accessible and attractive style.

A Curriculum Vitae (CV) is a longer synopsis of your educational and academic background as well as teaching and research experience, publications, awards, presentations, honors, and additional details.  CV’s are used when applying for academic, scientific, or research positions.  International employers often use CVs as well.

A curriculum vita (CV) is a comprehensive statement emphasizing:

  • professional qualifications
  • education
  • experience
  • accomplishments
  • activities
  • special qualifications
A CV can vary from two pages to several pages. Professionals seeking academic positions and non-academic positions in science, higher education, research, and health care typically use a CV. It is also used to seek a fellowship or grant and is expected for some positions overseas. Consult with faculty members in your field to determine what is expected and appropriate for your field.

Guidelines for writing CV / When to use a Resume in Academic career
« on: March 21, 2017, 05:29:36 PM »
In the United States, most employers use resumes for non-academic positions, which are one or two page summaries of your experience, education, and skills.  Employers rarely spend more than a few minutes reviewing a resume and successful resumes are concise with enough white space on the page to make it easy to scan.

For more information on developing your resume, please visit Optimal Resume and Cornell Career Services Career Guide. Students often find it helpful to review resumes from graduate students who got their first job outside of academe.  To see example resumes, visit the PhD Career Finder in Versatile PhD.

1. If a headphone spec includes very high frequencies above 23,000Hz, that's a good sign, and the headphone might sound clearer than a headphone with a 18,000Hz spec

2. The best bass is only achievable when the earpieces have an airtight seal

3. Home amps are more powerful than portable devices, and AC-powered amps produce more bass and tend to sound better with higher impedance headphones
With smartphones and portable music players, low-impedance headphones of 32 ohms or less are recommended. At home impedance is less of an issue, but Grell recommends higher-impedance models.

4. Larger drivers do a poor job reproducing high frequencies. Grell says the maximum driver size should be around 42mm (for full-size headphones); with larger drivers the surface of the diaphragm physically changes shape at high frequencies and produces irregular frequency response. Larger drivers can generate cleaner bass, but less accurate high frequencies.
5. "Trust your ears."



Awesome sir. I have learn something new. Thank you very much :)

Common Forum/Request/Suggestions / Re: A New Type of Li-Fi
« on: March 21, 2017, 05:00:44 PM »
A great innovation indeed. We now can communicate more faster. Hope to see this in action :)

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