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Faculty Sections / Bangladesh network launches 3G services
« on: November 16, 2013, 01:52:07 PM »
(Reuters) - Grameenphone, majority owned by Norway's Telenor, on Sunday launched Bangladesh's first mobile 3G (third generation) network, aiming for national coverage by next April.

The dominant provider, which has 44 percent of the market and paid $210 million for 10 megahertz of 3G spectrum in September, pledged to do its best to make the service available at "affordable" prices.

There are some 107 mobile phone users among Bangladesh's population of over 160 million but it lacks internet services, with barely 36,000 subscribers by either mobile or fixed lines.

Grameenphone competes with Orascom Telecom's Banglalink, Robi, a joint venture between Malaysia's Axiata Group and Japan's NTT DoCoMo, and Airtel, majority owned by India's Bharti Airtel. Each of them paid $105 million for 5 megahertz of spectrum in an auction.

State-owned mobile operator Teletalk last year launched a 3G service on a test basis.

(Reporting By Serajul Quadir; Editing by David Cowell)

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Faculty Sections / Top 5 Ways to Prevent Substance Abuse
« on: October 22, 2013, 10:43:19 AM »
While it’s practically impossible to prevent anyone and everyone from using drugs, there are things we can all do to avoid drug and/or alcohol abuse. By sharing this knowledge with those closest to you, you yourself may be able to prevent them from doing drugs, too. Here are the top five ways to help prevent drug abuse:

1. Effectively deal with peer pressure. The biggest reason teens start using drugs is because their friends utilize peer pressure. No one likes to be left out, and teens (and yes, some adults, too) find themselves doing things they normally wouldn’t do, just to fit in. In these cases, you need to either find a better group of friends that won’t pressure you into doing harmful things, or you need to find a good way to say no. Teens should prepare a good excuse or plan ahead of time, to keep from giving into tempting situations.

2. Deal with life pressure. People today are overworked and overwhelmed, and often feel like a good break or a reward is deserved. But in the end, drugs only make life more stressful — and many of us all too often fail to recognize this in the moment. To prevent using drugs as a reward, find other ways to handle stress and unwind. Take up exercising, read a good book, volunteer with the needy, create something. Anything positive and relaxing helps take the mind off using drugs to relieve stress.

3. Seek help for mental illness. Mental illness and substance abuse often go hand-in-hand. Those with a mental illness may turn to drugs as a way to ease the pain. Those suffering from some form of mental illness, such as anxiety, depression or post-traumatic stress disorder should seek the help of a trained professional for treatment before it leads to substance abuse.

4. Examine the risk factors. If you’re aware of the biological, environmental and physical risk factors you possess, you’re more likely to overcome them. A history of substance abuse in the family, living in a social setting that glorifies drug abuse and/or family life that models drug abuse can be risk factors.

5. Keep a well-balanced life. People take up drugs when something in their life is not working, or when they’re unhappy about their lives or where their lives are going. Look at life’s big picture, and have priorities in order.

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Faculty Sections / Anger management: 5 tips to tame your temper
« on: October 22, 2013, 10:36:57 AM »
No. 1: Take a timeout

Counting to 10 isn't just for kids. Before reacting to a tense situation, take a few moments to breathe deeply and count to 10. Slowing down can help defuse your temper. If necessary, take a break from the person or situation until your frustration subsides a bit.
No. 2: Once you're calm, express your anger

As soon as you're thinking clearly, express your frustration in an assertive but nonconfrontational way. State your concerns and needs clearly and directly, without hurting others or trying to control them.
No. 3: Get some exercise

Physical activity can provide an outlet for your emotions, especially if you're about to erupt. If you feel your anger escalating, go for a brisk walk or run, or spend some time doing other favorite physical activities. Physical activity stimulates various brain chemicals that can leave you feeling happier and more relaxed than you were before you worked out.
No. 4: Think before you speak

In the heat of the moment, it's easy to say something you'll later regret. Take a few moments to collect your thoughts before saying anything — and allow others involved in the situation to do the same.
No. 5: Identify possible solutions

Instead of focusing on what made you mad, work on resolving the issue at hand. Does your child's messy room drive you crazy? Close the door. Is your partner late for dinner every night? Schedule meals later in the evening — or agree to eat on your own a few times a week. Remind yourself that anger won't fix anything, and might only make it worse.

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Faculty Sections / How to learn swin in short time
« on: October 22, 2013, 10:33:40 AM »
Learn to Swim

Learning to swim is a life skill that can come in very useful throughout one�s life. Swimming is not only a great way to keep fit, it is also a requirement for various professions (i.e. the emergency services). Along with being a life saving skill swimming can make a whole range of water sports accessible, such as surfing, kayaking or water polo.

Learning to swim is also an important preventative measure towards accidental drowning. Drowning is one of the highest causes of accidental death in children worldwide. If children are taught the skills that will ensure their safety in and around the water, we can greatly reduce the likelihood of these accidents.

Getting Started:
The 3 most popular swimming strokes are Front Crawl, Breast Stroke and Back Stroke. When learning to swim it is important to practice as often as possible. This will build up your confidence in the water. Learning to swim can become fun by participating in swimming lessons, it is also much easier to learn with the aid of a qualified instructor. Swimming lessons are available in most communities through private gymnasiums and programs such as the American Red Cross, Swim America, public schools, YMCAs, and sports clubs.

When starting out, most instructors provide floatation equipment, this is a good idea as you will be able to focus on your stroke technique without worrying about staying afloat. Choose floatation equipment that does not restrict your arm and leg movements and do not rely upon the equipment to keep you afloat in deep water, it is only to be used as a swimming aid. If you start using inflatable flotation equipment, try deflating the device bit by bit as your skills improve. Soon you will find you don't need the equipment any more.

Different Strokes:
Lesson 1 � Breaststroke
Lesson 2 � Freestyle, Front Crawl Stroke
Lesson 3 � Back Crawl Stroke

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G in 2G, 3G and 4G stands for the “Generation” of the mobile network. Today, mobile operators have started offering 4G services in the country. A higher number before the ‘G’ means more power to send out and receive more information and therefore the ability to achieve a higher efficiency through the wireless network.

 

Understanding the mobile networks:

As the name would suggest, 1G was the first generation of mobile networks. Here basically, radio signals were transmitted in ‘Analogue’ form and expectedly, one was not able to do much other than sending text messaging and making calls. But the biggest disadvantage, however came in the form of limited network availability, as in the network was available only within the country.

 

2G networks on the other hand, were based on narrow band digital networks. Signals were transmitted in the digital format and this dramatically improved the quality of calls and also reduced the complexity of data transmission. The other advantage of the 2G network came in the form of Semi Global Roaming System, which enabled the connectivity all over the world.

 

Between 2G and 3G there was a short phase in between where mobile phones became sleeker and more ‘pocketable’ if we can call it that.  This is popularly referred to as 2.5G where the quantity of radio waves to be transmitted was much lower. This in turn had an effect on the shape and structure of mobile phones. But most of all, 2.5G helped in the ushering of GPRS (General Pocket Radio Service).

 

The 3rd generation of mobile networks has become popular largely thanks to the ability of users to access the Internet over devices like mobiles and tablets. The speed of data transmission on a 3G network ranges between 384KBPS to 2MBPS. This means a 3G network actually allows for more data transmission and therefore the network enables voice and video calling, file transmission, internet surfing, online TV, view high definition videos, play games and much more.  3G is the best option for users who need to always stay connected to Internet.

 

4th Generation mobile networks are believed to provide many value added features. In addition to all the 3G facilities, data transmission is believed to go through the roof with speeds ranging between 100MBPs to 1GBPS. Phew! Happy talking, surfing, conferencing, chatting, networking, partying, or whatever you want to do on your mobile phone.

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First 2G technology came into existence which enabled mobile users with the technologies such as GSM, TDMA and CDMA. It also provided SMS services. After 2G many advanced versions were evolved like 2.5G with the enhancement such as high data transmission rate (56Kbps) and also enabled services like WAP, MMS, sending IPv4 services and GPRS technology. Then it leads to the evolution of 2.75G with the data transfer rate up to 236.8Kbps and it uses EDGE (Enhanced Data Rates for GSM Evolution) technology for data transmission. As the generations were evolving with new advancements the key factor which is mostly enhanced is data transmission rate, thus in the year 2002, 3G evolved which is based on technology named UMTS (Universal Mobile Telecommunication System) that provides 14 MB/s of data transmission rate. It enables internet, mobile TV and video calling services. Further improvement in communication between the user and network using HSDPA technology took 3.5G into existence. Based on simulation of HSDPA, the main objective is to simulate an improved downlink diversity increasing in frequency.

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Faculty Sections / Safety during earthquake
« on: October 08, 2013, 05:15:09 PM »
Earthquakes are a common occurrence, rumbling below Earth's surface thousands of times every day. But major earthquakes are less common. Here are some things to do to prepare for an earthquake and what to do once the ground starts shaking.

Safety Tips

    Have an earthquake readiness plan.
    Consult a professional to learn how to make your home sturdier, such as bolting bookcases to wall studs, installing strong latches on cupboards, and strapping the water heater to wall studs.
    Locate a place in each room of the house that you can go to in case of an earthquake. It should be a spot where nothing is likely to fall on you.
    Keep a supply of canned food, an up-to-date first aid kit, 3 gallons (11.4 liters) of water per person, dust masks and goggles, and a working battery-operated radio and flashlights.

    Know how to turn off your gas and water mains.

If Shaking Begins

    Drop down; take cover under a desk or table and hold on.
    Stay indoors until the shaking stops and you're sure it's safe to exit.
    Stay away from bookcases or furniture that can fall on you.
    Stay away from windows. In a high-rise building, expect the fire alarms and sprinklers to go off during a quake.
    If you are in bed, hold on and stay there, protecting your head with a pillow.
    If you are outdoors, find a clear spot away from buildings, trees, and power lines. Drop to the ground.
    If you are in a car, slow down and drive to a clear place. Stay in the car until the shaking stops.


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Faculty Sections / What is Etiquette
« on: October 08, 2013, 05:11:52 PM »
Family Etiquette
The place to start with etiquette is at home with the family. When you get married, you instinctively know you are better off getting along with your new in-laws, so you show them that you have good manners. You’ve also learned that your spouse responds better when you say, “Please,” and, “Thank you,” than when you issue an order and refuse to acknowledge cooperation. Children who are taught good manners and to respect their parents take their lessons out into the world.
Basic etiquette rules for family members:
•   Respect each other’s personal space.
•   Respect each other’s belongings.
•   Don’t interrupt when someone else is talking.
•   Be on time for dinner.
•   Say “Please” and “Thank you.”
•   Don’t text or talk on your cell phone during a family meal.
•   Chew with your mouth closed.
•   Don’t yell or call each other names.
•   Pick up after yourself so someone else doesn’t have to do it.
•   Listen to Mom and Dad and do what they say.
Social Etiquette
Social etiquette involves how you behave out in the public, with friends and strangers, whether you are at someone's home or in a restaurant. If you treat your friends and neighbors with respect, you are more likely to remain on their lists of people they trust, care about, and invite to parties. It also prevents you from being embarrassed later by behavior that was unbecoming or offensive. This includes social media, which can magnify your behavior.
Basic social etiquette rules:
•   Always be on time for dates and get-togethers. Showing up late is rude and shows a lack of respect for other people’s time.
•   Make eye contact when you are in a conversation with someone. Avoid looking over the other person’s shoulder unless you see potential danger.
•   Never interrupt the other person.
•   Give and receive compliments graciously.
•   Refuse to gossip with and about friends. After all, if you share gossip with someone, that person will wonder what you are saying behind his or her back.
•   Hold doors for anyone who seems to be struggling, including the elderly, physically challenged, and parents with young children.
•   When you are invited to a party, don’t show up empty-handed. Bring a host or hostess gift and something to share.
•   If you are sick and contagious, let the other person know. It is generally best to postpone your plans and reschedule after you are feeling better, since it is rude to knowingly expose your friends to illness.
•   Pay your share when you are with a friend or group. If you stiff your friends, they may not invite you again. This includes tipping.
Basic social media etiquette rules:
•   Never post anything on any forum that you wouldn’t want the world to see.
•   Avoid put-downs, regardless of how witty you think you are.
•   Don’t divulge too much information about yourself or your family. You can never be sure who all is watching. This includes posting dates you’ll be out of town and when you are hiring a teenage sitter to watch your children. You must protect your family.
•   Self-promotion is okay in limited amounts. There are others who need your attention, so take some time to respond to their posts and offer praise when needed.
•   If you make a mistake on social media, own it. Apologize and avoid doing it again.
•   Follow the rules of whatever social media you are using.
Professional Etiquette
Following professional etiquette allows others to see that you are a polite, civilized coworker who knows how to be nice and can represent the company in a positive way. If you don’t show good manners, you run the risk of ruining your reputation. This can prevent you from being promoted and in some cases may even get you fired.
Basic professional etiquette rules:
•   Always arrive on time.
•   Dress appropriately for your office environment.
•   Never interrupt conversations.
•   If you must eat at your desk, and you work in a cubicle, avoid foods with strong odors.
•   Remove papers from the copier, fax machine, and scanner after you are finished with the task.
•   Shake hands when appropriate.
•   Praise others for a job well done.
•   Never take credit for other people’s work.
•   Be friendly to clients, visitors, and guests. Offer them a comfortable seat if they have to wait.
•   Use your indoor voice and avoid yelling.
•   If someone else is angry, refuse to join in an argument rant.
•   Don’t touch other people’s personal belongings.
•   Observe proper etiquette with regard to personal space.
•   Participate in office donations, but don’t make an issue of how much or how little you give.
•   Keep office correspondence brief and avoid interjecting personal opinions unless it is necessary.
•   Maintain a professional image when decorating your office or cubicle.
•   When socializing with your coworkers, don’t do anything you don’t want mentioned at the office later.


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Faculty Sections / What is mind reading
« on: October 08, 2013, 05:10:03 PM »
The term mind reading can be used to refer to two fairly disparate things: the effect of mentalism, and an actual communication between two minds. The first is a well-documented performance art with an established history and system by which it is accomplished. The second is a parascience, and is therefore treated with a great deal of skepticism by the mainstream scientific community. Nonetheless, mind reading telepathy remains a very popular belief among many people throughout the world.

Mind reading by using mentalist tricks is meant to convey the impression of actual telepathy, but it is actually accomplished by taking advantage of well-understood principles, including cold, warm, and hot readings, and some basic stage principles. Mentalists have been performing mind reading tricks since ancient history, with recorded shows as far back as the 16th century. Early mentalists truly purported to possess telepathic skills, and indeed some may have actually believed they had these powers, but many modern mentalists if pressed will acknowledge that what they are doing is a mentalist performance, and not an actual para psychological phenomenon.

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Faculty Sections / The way of managing students in class room
« on: October 08, 2013, 05:04:46 PM »
1. It's Easier to Get Easier
Many teachers make the mistake of starting the school year with a poor discipline plan. Students quickly assess the situation in each class and realize what they will be allowed to get away with. Once you set a precedent of allowing a lot of disruptions, it can be very hard to start better classroom management and discipline techniques. However, it is never tough to get easier as the year goes on. While you don't have to follow the adage, "Never smile until Christmas," it does have its merits.
2. Fairness is Key

Students have a distinct sense of what is and what is not fair. You must act fairly for all students if you expect to be respected. If you do not treat all students equitably, you will be labelled as unfair students will not be keen to follow your rules. Make sure that if your best student does something wrong, they too get punished for it.
3. Deal with Disruptions with as Little Interruption as Possible
When you have classroom disruptions, it is imperative that you deal with them immediately and with as little interruption of your class momentum as possible. If students are talking amongst themselves and you are having a classroom discussion, ask one of them a question to try to get them back on track. If you have to stop the flow of your lesson to deal with disruptions, then you are robbing students who want to learn of their precious in-class time.
4. Avoid Confrontations in Front of Students
Whenever there is a confrontation in class there is a winner and a loser. Obviously as the teacher, you need to keep order and discipline in your class. However, it is much better to deal with discipline issues privately than cause a student to 'lose face' in front of their friends. It is not a good idea to make an example out of a disciplinary issue. Even though other students might get the point, you might have lost any chance of actually teaching that student anything in your class.
5. Stop Disruptions with a Little Humor
Sometimes all it takes is for everyone to have a good laugh to get things back on track in a classroom. Many times, however, teachers confuse good humor with sarcasm. While humor can quickly diffuse a situation, sarcasm may harm your relationship with the students involved. Use your best judgment but realize that what some people think as funny others find to be offensive.
6. Keep High Expectations in Your Class
Expect that your students will behave, not that they will disrupt. Reinforce this with the way you speak to your students. When you begin the day, tell your students your expectations. For example, you might say, "During this whole group session, I expect you to raise your hands and be recognized before you start speaking. I also expect you to respect each other's opinions and listen to what each person has to say."
7. Overplan

Free time is something teachers should avoid. By allowing students time just to talk each day, you are setting a precedent about how you view academics and your subject. To avoid this, overplan. Write additional activities into your lesson plans just in case your main lesson run short. When you have too much to cover, you'll never run out of lessons and you will avoid free time. You can also fill up any left over time with mini-lessons.
8. Be Consistent
One of the worst things you can do as a teacher is to not enforce your rules consistently. If one day you ignore misbehaviors and the next day you jump on someone for the smallest infraction, your students will quickly lose respect for you. Your students have the right to expect you to basically be the same everyday. Moodiness is not allowed. Once your lose your student's respect, you also lose their attention and their desire to please you.

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Faculty Sections / Achievement of Daffodil university students
« on: October 08, 2013, 05:01:17 PM »
This a great pleasure to share that DIU_Primitive Team from the CSE department of Daffodil International University stood 6th place in IUT-ICT Programming Contest 2013 held yesterday at IUT Campus, Gazipur. DIU_Primitive is the first private university in the rank list which indicates first place among the private universities of the country.

Please keep your blessings for them.

Please see the ranking as follows:

Rank   Name   Solved   Time       A           B           C           D           E           F           G           H           I           J        Total att/solv
1   DU B   7   900   1/3   1/199   1/88   2/37   2/89   1/177   0/--   2/--   0/--   2/247   12/7
2   JU_Assassins   6   877   2/5   1/76   1/120   3/127   2/180   3/249   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   12/6
3   attoprottoyee_!six   6   906   1/11   1/173   1/195   1/83   4/113   33/--   0/--   1/271   0/--   0/--   42/6
4   DU A   5   438   1/4   1/177   1/101   1/42   3/74   19/--   0/--   0/--   4/--   0/--   30/5
5   SUST_Osomapto   5   497   1/9   1/229   1/148   1/41   1/70   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   5/5
6   DIU_Primitive   5   532   1/14   2/216   1/--   1/49   2/64   1/149   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   8/5
7   JU Oprottashito   4   354   1/8   8/--   1/160   2/59   1/107   1/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   14/4
8   NSU Ordinary   4   444   1/6   0/--   1/292   1/31   1/115   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   4/4
9   DU C   3   219   1/10   0/--   0/--   1/30   3/139   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   5/3
10   SUST_Minions   3   220   1/15   0/--   0/--   3/57   1/108   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   5/3
11   Temporary?   3   271   1/8   0/--   0/--   2/69   2/154   12/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   17/3
12   Royal Flush   3   288   1/4   0/--   0/--   2/61   2/183   2/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   7/3
13   PUST_SNIPERS   3   345   1/13   0/--   0/--   3/107   1/185   0/--   4/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   9/3
14   IOI_team   3   356   1/8   0/--   4/--   3/67   4/181   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   3/--   15/3
15   MIST_Achomka   3   362   1/5   0/--   0/--   4/97   2/180   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   7/3
16   EWU Incarnation   3   385   1/14   0/--   0/--   1/66   4/245   7/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   13/3
17   DU E   3   392   1/8   0/--   0/--   3/69   1/275   0/--   2/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   7/3
18   Redoubtables   3   417   1/8   0/--   0/--   1/30   8/239   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   10/3
19   CUET-Dynamic   3   424   1/14   0/--   0/--   2/65   4/265   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   7/3
20   DCC_Lost   3   513   1/9   0/--   0/--   6/162   2/222   4/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   13/3
21   Freedom71   3   540   1/13   0/--   0/--   5/96   5/271   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   11/3
22   CUET_TRIBONACCI   3   656   1/16   0/--   0/--   9/131   6/249   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   16/3
23   DU D   2   64   1/11   0/--   0/--   1/53   8/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   10/2
24   BRACU EAGLES   2   75   1/12   0/--   0/--   1/63   9/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   11/2
25   MIST_CODE_BLITZ   2   98   1/12   0/--   0/--   2/66   8/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   11/2
26   LU Evolution   2   102   2/12   0/--   0/--   1/70   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   3/2
26   NSU Mercenary   2   102   1/12   0/--   0/--   2/70   4/--   2/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   9/2
28   BitMask   2   118   1/26   0/--   0/--   1/92   2/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   4/2
29   BUBT ILLUSION   2   120   1/14   0/--   0/--   1/106   8/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   10/2
30   BSTU_Frenzy   2   128   1/16   0/--   0/--   2/92   5/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   8/2
31   SUST_Da_Kopa   2   130   1/11   0/--   0/--   3/79   6/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   10/2
32   return 0   2   135   1/12   0/--   0/--   2/103   5/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   8/2
33   JU_Auspicious   2   136   1/7   0/--   0/--   2/109   6/--   2/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   11/2
34   KalaChan   2   138   1/18   1/--   0/--   2/100   2/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   6/2
35   DCC_achilles   2   154   1/18   0/--   0/--   3/96   4/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   8/2
36   SEU_Balloon_Chai   2   159   2/22   0/--   0/--   2/97   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   4/2
37   RGB   2   159   1/10   0/--   0/--   2/129   1/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   4/2
38   DOUR   2   166   1/9   0/--   0/--   2/137   7/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   10/2
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41   Anagram   2   193   2/19   0/--   0/--   1/154   2/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   5/2
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43   CUET NEW PLANET   2   223   1/18   0/--   0/--   3/165   2/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   6/2
44   MIST_ENDLESS   2   229   1/8   0/--   0/--   2/201   5/--   0/--   2/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   10/2
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49   JU Light   2   336   1/15   0/--   0/--   6/221   7/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   14/2
50   SHUNNO   2   352   3/17   3/--   0/--   7/175   1/--   0/--   1/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   15/2
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53   DIU Brute Force   2   383   1/33   0/--   0/--   5/270   2/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   8/2
54   AUST_PI   2   424   2/10   0/--   0/--   11/194   4/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   17/2
55   LU Evolution Returns   2   428   1/14   0/--   0/--   11/214   2/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   14/2
56   SUB_NEBULA   2   465   2/31   0/--   0/--   10/234   2/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   14/2
57   IIUC_Awla_Jhawla   2   503   1/11   0/--   0/--   11/292   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   12/2
58   DIU Avengers   1   8   1/8   0/--   0/--   4/--   2/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   7/1
59   DIU Epsilon   1   13   1/13   0/--   0/--   10/--   2/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   13/1
59   NSU Nobodut   1   13   1/13   0/--   0/--   7/--   0/--   0/--   2/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   10/1
59   RUET Trimatra   1   13   1/13   0/--   0/--   7/--   0/--   5/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   13/1
59   SUB_NULL   1   13   1/13   0/--   0/--   8/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   9/1
63   IST_Rainbow   1   14   1/14   0/--   0/--   7/--   1/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   9/1
64   UIU flame of fire   1   15   1/15   0/--   0/--   6/--   2/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   9/1
65   BUBT Polymorphic Inf   1   16   1/16   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   1/1
66   BUBT ACHIEVERS   1   17   1/17   0/--   0/--   2/--   5/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   1/--   0/--   9/1
66   UAP_Oblivion   1   17   1/17   0/--   0/--   10/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   11/1
68   SEU_Inferno   1   18   1/18   0/--   0/--   2/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   3/1
69   EWU Phoenix   1   19   1/19   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   1/1
69   UAP_Bit-Mask   1   19   1/19   0/--   0/--   9/--   4/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   14/1
71   BRACU Prime   1   20   1/20   0/--   0/--   0/--   4/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   5/1
71   IUBAT   1   20   1/20   0/--   0/--   1/--   1/--   0/--   1/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   4/1
71   IUT_INTEGRITY   1   20   1/20   0/--   0/--   7/--   5/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   13/1
71   MBSTU Binary Logic   1   20   1/20   0/--   0/--   2/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   3/1
75   IIUC_NFSMostWanted   1   21   1/21   0/--   0/--   4/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   5/1
76   PUST_Inspiration   1   26   1/26   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   1/1
77   MBSTU kingkortobbobimur   1   27   1/27   0/--   0/--   5/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   6/1
78   UAP_Psycoder   1   28   1/28   0/--   0/--   5/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   6/1
79   EWU Omics   1   30   1/30   0/--   0/--   3/--   2/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   6/1
80   DCC_Xebec   1   36   1/36   0/--   0/--   5/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   6/1
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82   Paticoders_de_ULAB   1   38   1/38   0/--   0/--   2/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   3/1
83   BRACU Supercalifragi   1   39   2/19   0/--   0/--   6/--   5/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   13/1
84   BRACU Thunderbolt   1   39   1/39   0/--   0/--   3/--   2/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   6/1
84   MBSTU ICT_Chirkut   1   39   1/39   0/--   0/--   1/--   3/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   1/--   6/1
86   MBSTU Logic Engine   1   49   1/49   0/--   0/--   1/--   1/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   3/1
87   IUT_Insomnia_Coders   1   65   2/45   0/--   0/--   5/--   4/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   4/--   0/--   15/1
88   SimpLe_CoDers   1   71   2/51   0/--   0/--   0/--   22/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   24/1
89   SIU_Avengers   1   71   1/71   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   6/--   0/--   7/1
90   SUB_Uttaran   1   97   1/97   0/--   0/--   0/--   7/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   8/1
91   Primeasia Pirates   1   111   4/51   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   4/1
92   Abacus   0   0   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/0
92   angry_bird   0   0   6/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   6/0
92   DIU Clicker   0   0   1/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   1/0
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92   Team Cryptics   0   0   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/--   0/0
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Faculty Sections / How to copeup in new environment
« on: October 08, 2013, 04:59:44 PM »
1
As with all stressful situations, you first need to calm yourself. I find that listening to ambient music and attempting to empty your mind by listening intently to the music can provide perspective and show you that time will continue to flow, and with it, your problems will also eventually run their course.
2
Rationality is your friend, violence and anger are not. I know it may be difficult, but attempt to understand exactly and logically what is happening and how it is happening. The trick here is to gain perspective and also to look for answers to your problems. There is a way! You must find it!
3
Try to picture yourself at the top instead of your boss. Pretend that you're the one giving orders and direction. Picture yourself as the leader of your branch/department or even the CEO of the whole firm. Remember, it is not the firm that is your stress source, nor the work, it is the people who you must share your existence with.
4
Some problems follow you from home. I have seen this time and again. If something is misaligned at home it will affect you at work no how much you deny it. Make a list of your goals and dreams and ensure that what you're doing is in line with these.
5
Try to meditate on your problems by thinking from a third person perspective. Instead of saying, "Boss, Jim is so mean to ME! Why is he so mean to ME!?"(saying this is accusatory and will lead to more stress and feelings of anger) Try saying, "Boss Jim is so mean to ( fill in your name here). Why is he so mean to ( your name )?. This is not an act of dissociation but an attempt to gain a better perspective of the issues you are facing. You could even draw a picture of the scene if you want. You may be surprised at what you see.

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Common Forum/Request/Suggestions / How to reduce stress
« on: August 03, 2013, 01:33:09 PM »
1. Meditate

If you're thinking meditation means twisting your body into an uncomfortable position and uttering "oohs" and "omms" for an hour, guess again. Any repetitive action can be a source of meditation, says Herbert Benson, MD, author of The Relaxation Response and director emeritus of Benson-Henry Institute for Mind Body Medicine in Chestnut Hill, Mass. This includes walking, swimming, painting, knitting -- any activity that helps keep your attention calmly in the present moment.

When you catch yourself thinking about your job, your relationship or your lifelong to-do list, experts say to simply let the thought escape, and bring your mind back the repetition of the activity. Try it for just 5 to 10 minutes a day and watch stress levels drop.

2. Picture Yourself Relaxed

Is your mind too talkative to meditate? Try creating a peaceful visualization, or "dreamscape." To start, simply visualize anything that keeps your thoughts away from current tensions. It could be a favorite vacation spot, a fantasy island, that penthouse in New York City -- or something "touchable," like the feel of your favorite silk robe or cozy sweater.

The idea is to take your mind off your stress, and replace it with an image that evokes a sense of calm. The more realistic your daydream -- in terms of colors, sights, sounds; even touch and feel -- the more relaxation you'll experience.

3. Breathe Deeply

Feeling stressed evokes tense, shallow breathing, while calm is associated with relaxed breathing, says Michael Lee, author of Turn Stress into Bliss and founder of Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy in Bristol, Vermont. So to turn tension into relaxation, he says, change the way you breathe.

Try this: Let out a big sigh, dropping your chest, and exhaling through gently pursed lips, says Joan Borysenko, PhD, director of Harvard's Mind-Body Clinical Programs. Now imagine your low belly, or center, as a deep, powerful place. Feel your breath coming and going as your mind stays focused there. Inhale, feeling your entire belly, sides and lower back expand. Exhale, sighing again as you drop your chest, and feeling your belly, back and sides contract. Repeat 10 times, relaxing more fully each time.


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Common Forum/Request/Suggestions / Tips for a More Productive Day
« on: August 01, 2013, 05:29:44 PM »
Practice the following techniques to become the master of your own time:

    1.Carry a schedule and record all your thoughts, conversations and activities for a week. This will help you understand how much you can get done during the course of a day and where your precious moments are going. You'll see how much time is actually spent producing results and how much time is wasted on unproductive thoughts, conversations and actions.
   2. Any activity or conversation that's important to your success should have a time assigned to it. To-do lists get longer and longer to the point where they're unworkable. Appointment books work. Schedule appointments with yourself and create time blocks for high-priority thoughts, conversations, and actions. Schedule when they will begin and end. Have the discipline to keep these appointments.
   3. Plan to spend at least 50 percent of your time engaged in the thoughts, activities and conversations that produce most of your results.
    4.Schedule time for interruptions. Plan time to be pulled away from what you're doing. Take, for instance, the concept of having "office hours." Isn't "office hours" another way of saying "planned interruptions?"
   5. Take the first 30 minutes of every day to plan your day. Don't start your day until you complete your time plan. The most important time of your day is the time you schedule to schedule time.
    6.Take five minutes before every call and task to decide what result you want to attain. This will help you know what success looks like before you start. And it will also slow time down. Take five minutes after each call and activity to determine whether your desired result was achieved. If not, what was missing? How do you put what's missing in your next call or activity?
    7.Put up a "Do not disturb" sign when you absolutely have to get work done.
    8. Practice not answering the phone just because it's ringing and e-mails just because they show up. Disconnect instant messaging. Don't instantly give people your attention unless it's absolutely crucial in your business to offer an immediate human response. Instead, schedule a time to answer email and return phone calls.
    9. Block out other distractions like Facebook and other forms of social media unless you use these tools to generate business.
    Remember that it's impossible to get everything done. Also remember that odds are good that 20 percent of your thoughts, conversations and activities produce 80 percent of your results.


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