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Sports Zone / Importance of Sports in Life
« on: November 24, 2010, 06:15:05 PM »

Physical fitness
Sports such as football or baseball involve lots of physical activities. Sports and exercises help in strengthening and toning the muscles and bones in the body. In short, the importance of sports for kids is that it keeps them in an excellent shape.

Team Spirit
When children or adults plays team sports, be it cricket or hockey, they learn to work in groups. They learn that if the team wins, they win and if the team loses, they lose. This way they learn how to work in groups. Thus, the importance of sports for kids is that they understand what is team spirit and thus, when they grow and actually start working, it will help them immensely in building relationships with their co-workers, and also to work in harmony with others.

Mental Strength
Sports makes people mentally strong. Success and failure are both parts of sports as well as life. A sportsman knows that there will be times when he will win matches, there will also be times when he will lose them. A sportsperson knows how to handle defeat and thus, treats success and failure equally. This is an important life lesson too, which sports can teach a person. Besides this, another importance of sports for children or for adults is that it teaches them how to handle competition, and be fearless when facing the adversaries.

Constructive Use of Time
Children and adolescents ooze with physical energy. When they are involved in sports, their physical energies are used up in a constructive way. Teenage is such an impressionable age, if adolescents are given free time they might get involved in wrong activities or may fall in bad company or may also display anti-social behavior. Thus, the importance of sports in society is that it keeps adolescents from becoming anti-social elements, who might otherwise disturb the delicate fabric of society.

Regularly indulging in sports helps in keeping the immune system strong and hence, prevents any kind of disease from occurring. It also increases the appetite of the person. Thus, sports promotes good health. Read more on healthy diet for athletes.

Sports inculcates self confidence in a person. When a child or a person excels in a particular sports, he becomes very self confident. Sports inculcates discipline, dedication and responsibility in a person, which he is able to apply in other ares of life as well. This makes him achieve success in every sphere of life, thus, making him even more confident.

Decision Making
In sports, a person has to make quick decisions depending upon the situation that he is in. Thus, a person who is involved in sports is able to make wise and quick decisions in other areas of life as well.

Anti Virus / Why Use Antivirus Software?
« on: November 24, 2010, 05:58:33 PM »
This is a really simple question to answer – you need to use antivirus software to protect your own computer, and to prevent your computer from being used to pass on infections to other machines without your knowledge. If you use the internet and you don’t take precautions, you’re going to get infected. And you’ll infect others, including those you care about most like your friends, family, and business contacts because their information is in your email address book and other files on your computer.

Library of DIU / Importance of Library in the Student Life
« on: November 14, 2010, 03:59:25 PM »
Student life is the time of learning. They need to learn different subjects. At that time a library helps them a lot. A library is a place where a large number of books are stored in many shelves. Libraries are the store-houses or treasure trove of knowledge. In the absence of a good library in an educational institution, education has no meaning. Without library students cannot gain knowledge properly.
We are really proud for our University Library!

Textile science, events, trade and issues / Textile machine
« on: November 14, 2010, 03:46:48 PM »
Textile Catalog

   1. Lace Making Machine
   2. Embroidery Machine
   3. Textile machine
   4. Loom
   5. Sewing Machine
   7. Felting Machine
   8. Knitting Machine
   9. Quilting Machine
   10. Dyeing Machine
   11. Spindle
   12. Spinning Machine
   13. Spinning Wheel
   14. Braiding Machine
   15. Chenille Machine
   16. Cotton Machine
   17. Crochet Machine
   18. Printing Machine
   19. Shoe Machine
   20. Shuttle
   21. Sock Machine
   22. Textile Accessory
   23. Textile Exhibition
   24. Weaving Machine

Sports Zone / 2011 ICC World Cup: Countdown begins
« on: November 11, 2010, 11:36:27 AM »
100 days to go until the start of 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup.

With just 100 days remaining until the world's most awaited cricketing extravaganza, fans across the globe are already anticipating thrilling contests, battles of brain and brawn that look set to surpass previous ICC Cricket World Cup highs

Hosted once every four years, the fifty over World Cup format is the ICC's most coveted tournament.

With India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka playing hosts to the cricketing world, the 43-day mega tournament will feature the planet's leading stars competing for cricket's top prize.

Reigning champions Australia have won the title a record four times. However, they are not in the kind of form that makes them outright favourites. As a result, the likes of Sachin Tendulkar, Kumar Sangakkara, Andrew Strauss, MS Dhoni, Daniel Vettori and Graeme Smith believe World Cup glory is within their reach.

Cricket's most adored baby will see 14 nations playing a total of 49 matches and will be telecast LIVE in 220 countries across the globe. With ESPN STAR SPORTS being the official broadcast partner, fans can be rest assured of some exciting times ahead, with the legends of the game on hand to guide you through the LIVE proceedings.

The aficionados of the game have already started chalking out their strategies with the glittering opening ceremony to be held in Mirpur's Shere-e-Bangla National Stadium in Bangladesh on February 19.

The only problem? As a fan, the 100 day wait just seems to be too long.. Bring it on guys!

Be Alert / How to avoid radiation from cell phones?
« on: November 11, 2010, 11:22:46 AM »
    At our workplace or office, there should be strict screening of calls.
    Use voicemail regularly when working on something from which we do not want to be disturbed. When responding back, it helps to collect the thoughts and speak just how much is required.
   People who attend a lot of teleconferences should use a wireless headphone cum mike. It is easier than the headset on the ears which one has to keep pressed to the ear, especially since the meetings may go on for hours.
  At home, turn on the loudspeaker, so there is not much of a problem for the ears and brain.
  While traveling, use earphones.

Be Alert / How cell phones affect our health?
« on: November 11, 2010, 11:18:19 AM »
Yes cell phones affect our memory, as there have been recent studies and researches done on animals kept in labs, which have shown the ill effects of mobile phone radiations on their memory. Cell phone radiation caused leaks in the brain tissues of rats, which were exposed to this radiation for a test trial. Though we cannot avoid using cell phones, as they have become a necessity, one thing which we can do is use a hands-free to avoid direct radiation.

Rover Scout Wing / The Scouts of the World Award
« on: November 11, 2010, 11:01:01 AM »
The Scouts of the World Award is an initiative to help National Scout Organizations revitalize their programme for senior sections (15-26 age range, boys and girls) by giving young people the skills and opportunities to face the challenges and problems in the world. The Scouts of the World Award has been developed in the framework of the Strategic priorities “Youth Involvement” and “Adolescents” approved by the World Scout Conference in Thessaloniki in 2002.

The Scouts of the World Award is a special award showing that a young person is aware of world issues (Scouts of the World Discovery) and has acquired through a voluntary service the necessary experience and skills to become a citizen of the world.
The Scouts of the World Award should not be considered as a separate programme to be managed by a specific team or requiring the development of specific structures within a National Scout Organization. On the contrary, the Scouts of the World Award should be integrated into the programme of the senior section, under the responsibility of the National Commissioner or Director of that section.

Textile science, events, trade and issues / What Is Textile Engineering?
« on: November 10, 2010, 10:13:46 PM »
Textile engineering, also known as textile technology, is the study of various principles form engineering and scientific methodologies. These principles are then implemented for the processing and production of all kinds of textile fabric and yarns from textile fibers. The disciple involves extensive study of chemical and physical principles, which is then utilized for the detailed study and analysis of the behavior of polymers involved in the formation of textile fiber.

Textile engineering is a constituent field of the larger textile industry that is also referred to as "rag trade" in Australia and England. Other than textile engineering, the working mechanics of this industry involve design, manufacture, distribution, and sales of clothing and apparels. The textile industry developed and progressed in Britain during the Industrial Revolution of 18th century, and from there spread to Germany and then America. More advanced technologies in these countries led to the development and innovation of textile industry on more advanced scientific principles.

Textile engineering is an innovative field as it is a scientific realm. It involves the creative research, study, and exploration of new techniques for production and improvisation. Textile manufacturers not only seek to develop and find new techniques for the production of new fabrics of better quality, but they also constantly work on improving existing textile fibers.

A textile engineer who works in the textile industry or in textile production has to undergo a standard degree program. The course study involves classes in other aspects of engineering, including mechanical, industrial, and chemical. These modules are intended to strengthen and solidify the basic concepts of engineering for students. This coursework will help prepare students to better understand the technical aspects of the field, as they study advanced topics in textile production.

       I am student of first Semester and first posting.
   In 2-11-2010, Two guest came from Swansea Metroplitan  University in London for deal with our Textile Department. They has done a deal with our University. Who has completed 3rd year from DIU He/she can easily go at Swansea Metroplitan  University . After completed 3rd year he/she have to Study two years in Swansea Metroplitan  University. Then He/she will achieve Together Undergraduate and Post Graduate degree within next two years. It will be continue for Doctored and Research. They have also mentioned that There are good opportunity for scholarship and one student can work 20 hours per week and full time in Vacation.( University will manage that)
I went that program and met with them. As a first Semester student i don't have option to go that University.
I believe that that's a good opportunity for our senior brothers/sisters.          

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