Wednesday, June 24, 2015


green energy in india

Green energy is energy that is produced in a manner that has less of a negative impact to the environment  than energy  sources  like  fossil  fuels,  which are  often produced  with  harmful  side effects.  “Greener”  types of  energy  that  often come to mind are solar,  wind,  geothermal  and hydro energy. There are several more, even including nuclear energy, that is sometimes considered a green energy source because of its lower waste output relative to energy sources such as coal or oil.Green Energy is generated from alternative energy sources that get powered by various natural events and cannot get depleted with use. The three main sources of Green Energy are water, wind and solar energy. These can limit the dependence on fossil fuels dramatically.

The need to switch over to a new type of energy source:

1. The coal and oil produce of the world is not renewable. This means that in the near future we are likely to run out of these fuel sources. It  takes an infinitely long time to replenish the resources. With the kind of development we are going through, this rate is also likely to fall down.
2. Since the discovery of coal the amount of harmful gases that are emitted from the exhausts and industry  furnace  have  killed  some  of  the  important  elements  of  our  atmosphere.  This  is definitely  not  the  right  way  to  repay  the  atmosphere  which  has  been  acting  as  a  blanket preventing us from a variety of harmful elements of the outer space.
3. And cost of energy in near future by conventional fuel resources continuously increase and our demand also increase sharply that make the situation more worst so we need energy which is more reliable and low in price.

Present energy scenario in India:

The consumption of energy sources are increases very fast in last 15 year specially, because of high growth rate recorded during this period. Since 1994-95 the electricity consumption increase by about four time, coal ingesting increase by two time, lignite by two time, natural gas increase by more than two time, oil product increase by three time. But the demand of energy resources still deficit of about 15 %of total production.

renewable energy consumption in india
According  to  ministry  of  power,  total  energy  produce during the year  2012 of that total  57 % come from the coal,  18  %  obtain  from  hydroelectric  power  ,3  %  from nuclear  energy  plant  produce  and  1  %  from  oil  and petroleum  product  and  12%  energy  produce  from  the renewable energy (wind , solar and biomass mainly).

According to planning commission, after completion of eleventh plan (March 2012) the total capacity anticipated is 225029 MW in India. Of the total 50281 come from various hydro project, 7280 MW share is of nuclear power ,21760 MW come from renewable energy(majority from wind ,biomass, and solar power) and last major portion come from thermal is about 145708 MW .

Total installed capacity division

In India there are three sectors which entirely produce energy are as
 1.Private sector ( e.g. TATA power, reliance India  etc.) which nearly produce  62,459.24 MW of the total which is around 29.49 % of the total capacity. In    Power sector lots of scope of investment from the private sector in near future.
2. Central sector: mainly involve in large project in term of money and multiple state involvement in which difficult to coordination. Central sector are simply means in which central government involve. Central sector nearly produce around 62963.63 MW which is about 29.73 % of the production which is slightly higher than private sector.
3. State sector: Largest contributor in power sector which contribute 86,343.35 MW which is about 40.77 % of the total.


Renewable energy can make a substantial contribution in maintain the growth of economics for longer period. Renewable energy is no longer “alternate energy”, but increasingly becoming a vital part of the solution to the nation’s energy needs. In term of all renewable energy categories, India is currently ranked fifth in the world with 15,691.4 MW grid connected and 367.9 MW off grid renewable energy  based power capacity. India is among the top five nations worldwide for solar power energy development according to Ernst & young’s renewable energy attractive index. As on march, 2012 installed capacity of renewable based power generation was 24,503 MW which is about 12 % of the total installed capacity of 199,626 MW. The major renewable energy sources (RES) are wind energy, biomass & waste energy and small-hydro energy.

IN MW 15700 3200 3000 482

Recently government of India (2015) emphasizing the need to generate more electricity from clean energy sources, the government t announced a massive renewable power production target of 1,75,000 mw in the next seven years (2022).
Of the total 1,75,000 mw proposed to be tapped by 2022, solar power will have a lion's share of 1,00,000 mw followed by 60,000 mw from wind energy, 10,000 mw biomass energy and 5,000 mw of small hydro projects.


There is high potential for generation of renewable energy from various sources- wind, solar, biomass, small hydro and co generation bagasse. The total potential for renewable power generation in the country as on 31.03.14 is estimated at 249,188 MW.

This includes an estimated wind power potential of 102,788 MW (41.249 %), Solar power 100,000 (40.13), SHP (small-hydro power) potential of 20,000 MW (8.03%), Biomass power potential of 17,538 MW (7.04%) and 5000 MW (2.01%) from bagasse-based cogeneration in sugar mills.

Estimated Potential of Renewable Power in India as on 31.03.2014 (Source: MNRE, NOVONOUS Insights)
Total Renewable Energy potential from various sources in India is 2,49,188 MW
WIND ENERGY 41.249 1,02,788
SOLAR POWER 40.13 1,00,000
BIOMASS POWER 7.04 17,538
WASTE TO ENERGY 1.55 3,850
TOTAL 100 % 2,49,188

Renewable energy potential in India
The geographic distribution of the estimated potential across States reveals that Gujarat has the highest share of about 14%, followed by Karnataka with 12% share and Maharashtra with 11% share, mainly on account of wind power potential.
Statewise estimated potential of renewable power in India

Problem regarded green energy

It is easy to recognize the environmental advantages of utilizing the alternative and green energy but we must also be aware of the disadvantages.

  1. Disadvantage of green energy sources is the reliability of supply. Renewable energy often relies on the weather for its source of power. Hydro generators need rain to fill dams to supply flowing water. Wind turbines need wind to turn the blades, and solar collectors need clear skies and sunshine to collect heat and make electricity. When these resources are unavailable so is the capacity to make energy from them. This can be unpredictable and inconsistent. 
  2. The current cost of renewable energy technology is also far in excess of traditional fossil fuel generation. This is because it is a new technology and as such has extremely large capital cost.
  3. Land is a scarce resource in country like India and per capita land availability is low. Dedication of land area for exclusive installation of solar arrays might have to compete with other necessities that require land. The amount of land required for utility-scale solar power plants—currently approximately 1 km2 for every 20–60 megawatts (MW) generated could pose a strain on India's available land resource. The architecture more suitable for most of India would be a highly distributed set of individual rooftop power generation systems, all connected via a local grid. However, erecting such an infrastructure, which does not enjoy the economies of scale possible in mass, utility-scale, solar panel deployment, needs the market price of solar technology deployment to substantially decline, so that it attracts the individual and average family size household consumer. That might be possible in the future, because PV is projected to continue its current cost reductions for the next decades and be able to compete with fossil fuels.
  4. Lack of Consumer Confidence: Because these forms of technology are new, they are largely untested and consumers do not understand them. Many alternate forms of energy, such as hydrogen-powered vehicles or home-based solar power, may require a significant change in consumer behavior, which is a large leap of faith for unproven technology. Part of the reason smaller steps such as bio fuel were so easily accepted is because it was not an overlarge departure from normal behavior.
  5. Usually the wind energy turbine , SHP and other green energy site are far away from residential area so cost of transmission is quite high and some time its impractical. 
  6. One disadvantage with green energy is that it is difficult to generate the quantities of electricity that are as large as those produced by traditional fossil fuel generators. This may mean that we need to reduce the amount of energy we use or simply build more energy facilities. It also indicates that the best solution to our energy problems may be to have a balance of many different power sources.
Author - Arun Kumar Yadav (Environmentalist - M.Sc. Forest Research Institute, Dehradun)

Thursday, June 11, 2015


Foundation of scientific base of India was set by the Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru. He was greatly influenced by the vision of 3 of his associates: H. J. Bhabha, S. S. Bhatnagar and Vikram Sarabhai. With the priceless efforts of these great people. India got significant gains in nuclear energy and space technology. Continues efforts were being made in order to put India in the list of country that has advanced nuclear technology. With the use of this advance technology non-polluting electricity can be generated. Launching of Mangalyaan in 2013 is an evidence of best efforts and potential of Indian scientist and technology.India used fully Indian technology to launch Mangalyaan as opposed to the first rocket which was launched in 50 years before, 1963. In this first rocket almost all things was coming from abroad. In September 2014 India contributed its name in the list of those country those studied red planet. It is good to know that annual budget of (ISRO) is 1/10th of NASA. IT sector is strength of Indian technology.  IT sector of India is capable to provide various job opportunities to different  age  group  people  of  India.  Today,  Bangalore  is  taken  into  account  to  be  one  in  all  the  most  important technology clusters of the planet.

Monday, May 11, 2015

Applications new chapter in business but not everybody's Cup of Coffee

Technology leads the marketers to accelerate their growth in the market. As applications are the new faces to the organizations gear their path to in the business world, also changed the concept of using smart phones. Companies have to focus on the designing the app as well as the use of the apps by the consumers. It requires lot of critical thinking to make the app worth using by the consumers. The industries like banking, education, apparels etc. are generating the advantage by generalizing the customized needs through the search behaviors of the consumers, at the same time they have to act like a watch dog for their applications.

Today the world is getting smart this is due to the enhancement of technology in the mobile world. Entry of Apple, Samsung, blackberry, Nokia have totally changed the concept of using mobile phones. Anyone of us must have not thought of such an innovation. It is not only restricted to mobile but the use tablets, smart TV, gear watch have gave a boom to the world of applications. Compatible with popular and most used user interfaces like if not compatible with android, Windows, IOS  then how a prospect could use, and how many could use? So have to hit as many as numbers for, SO FAR SO GOOD.

Friday, May 8, 2015

Ethics at work and in society

How ethical are you? Are you aware of the ethical standards one has to maintain not only at the work place but even in the society he lives. Currently we see people killing each other, bribery, frauds both at professional as well as personal front. Is there a way out to come out of all these unethical practices which is hampering the human as well the world.
The strength of a civilization or a community is based on the strength of its ethics.   Ethics is a branch of social science. It deals with moral principles and social values. It helps us to classify, what is good and what is bad? It tells us to do good things and avoid doing bad things. So even in this fast moving world that has its progress counted in the parameters of the technology, power and money ethics and values still forms the foundation.
The words like honesty, truthfulness, loyalty, character etc seems to be old fashioned in contrast to the technological statement, but these qualities are deep rooted and the results they produce are ever lasting. In this business world everyone is concerned with his or her work, but no one actually think on the part how the work to be done, it may lead to disasters like killing, bribing, frauds, misleading the customers, misrepresentation in the annual statement Sexual harassment, Withholding needed information from employees, customers, vendors or public etc and lot more unethical acts which have actually surrounded the whole business and even our society.

Need of Art education for children

As a famous art critic B.N. Goswamy quotes, “Art is full of wonders and it is the right time to discover these wonders”. Every person has questions which are crux of life. The questions which a painter has in his mind and which he tries to answer through his paintings reflect the sense of wonders of painter itself. In today’s scenario, education has a bent over subjects like languages and facts but what about art? In many institutions across the country, art is not given the importance especially in the development of the child.

Though art education is a part of the curriculum but the question arises does a child really being imparted on that part of the syllabus. In this post modern era, it is very important to teach children the basics knowledge of art which can enhance the knowledge and change a viewpoint of a child in any particular subject.  We believe that children are priceless treasures and gifts from God, and as such, it is our conviction that the physical, emotional, psychological, and spiritual needs of children should be amply and competently met. We consider the care of the little ones God entrusts into our care to be a very important responsibility. It is believed that the through art a person can fulfill his desires, can overcome the anger and other important aspects of his needs. As in the same context, the child also have some rages against life and it can be sorted out with help of art and this point has been clearly seen in the three day exhibition held at the lalit Mandir at banasthali vidyapith

A three day exhibition held in Lalit Mandir at Banasthali Vidyapith showcased the work of child artists. These were students of different classes at elementary level studying at Banasthali Vidyapith. The themes of these students varied according to their age and also according to their mental process. Some of the kids liked only to play with color, as they scribbled different crayons on the paper. One of the painting by a student seemed to me as she took her destructive elements out on paper and took me to the theory by Melanie Klein which was further explained by W.R.D Fairbairn that the destructive element of an artist can be taken out through the work of art and it can be restituted through it only.

Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Hate Racism not the Race

Humans were created a long time ago, lived in different diversities and gained skin colour according to that place gradually. We are evolving since beginning of time and it's still an Ongoing process, but with time people have also developed differences, mean mentality, illogical superstitions and what not.

Today we see 100's of Beauty cream ads to make our skin tone lighter and biggest celebs support these products and advertise about them for huge chunks of money. They show how immensely the skin tone improves by applying the cream in just few weeks with help of Photoshop and other editing software! Where as in real life rarely these creams change original skin tone of the people. Everyone is trying to make money out of the mentality of the people, they are selling us the products we don't need, its madness. 

Friday, December 26, 2014

Be the change you want to see in the world

Normal people often underestimate themselves and those who initiate and know the power of Change, create history and become legends.

One such man was M.K. Gandhi. Yes, Father of Our Nation, he could have just followed the irrational rules stamped on Indians  in India and Blacks in Africa and could have adjusted like everyone else was in that time. Imagine our World if there was No Gandhi Ji. You couldn't imagine Independence without Gandhi Ji's struggle and if he was just as common as everyone else was, we would still be slaves to the English Rulers.

Friday, December 19, 2014

Terrorism seek no religion

They Say it Right "Smaller The Coffin, Heavier to Carry". This Time its Pakistan, the very own country which was blamed for Terrorist Attacks in India. Every Indian has prayed for the souls of the young children salvaged by the Ruthless Terrorists. Today We all stand up for the same cause and that is to eliminate terrorism.

One thing that is clear from this recent terrorist attack is, if the innocent and young aren't safe and are slaughtered like pigs, then Terrorists are simply enemies of Humanity, they are soulless creatures hungry for blood. Which god are they fighting for? As in every religion children are considered as the dearest of God.

Sunday, November 16, 2014

Ten Facts Every Indian Should Know About Our Black Money.

black money in india

1.  India currently Ranks 8th and is not so proudly sitting in  the top 10 developing countries who had illicit(forbidden by law) flow of money in foreign banks. Well for your info India has conducted outflow of about 123 billion dollars since 2001. 

2. The Currency of India will get a significant raise if we snatch our black money from the swiss bank. Government will purchase Gold from such huge amounts of retrieved money and finally rupees will be invited on the dinner with other currencies rather than doing dish washing for them. That also means cheap online shopping.

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

India will lead the era of reverse Brain drain

Finally the Era has started in which World is considering India to emerge as the country with strongest Economy and development policies. Earlier the Brain Drain which made Top Indian engineers, doctors and scientists to leave the country and work in other parts of the world are coming back from THE DRAIN.

brain drain in india

What caused Brain Drain of our best Engineers and Doctors?

You will find it surprising but the professors of Deemed colleges encouraged the prospering students to pursue their careers in foreign countries by consistently ask them in which country they will be willing to work after graduation? "kyu bhaiya, khudka desh pasand nahi aata?"

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Kejariwal congress Anna sabne milke kaata Dirty Indian politics exposed

No matter how smart you are, Indian politics will always surprise you.  Some political heroes(sarcastically) have a past which general public don't know about, their real intentions behind some decisions are always a mystery and will they sell the nation to MNC's and missionaries is just a matter of time.

You may have revolted against the government to Support Anna Hazare and all his annshan drama. Who wouldn't, Anna was a national hero at that time, a single call from him and Arvind Kejriwal and everyone would come on the streets to take a stand against the government.

In this Article I will expose the Real Master plan of Congress, Anna Hazare and Arvind Kejriwal, who created a fake mass movement to misguide Indian educated class so that they can move public's attention from Black money's retrieval and also to show the nation a FAKE Lokpal so that when they will sell the Nation to MNCs and Missionaries no one would know about it.

Sunday, October 19, 2014

$100 Billion Loss in 5 years: PIRACY hits hard on the gaming, music and movies industries

Before I tell you my boring definition of piracy, What do you think of it? Isn't it the most easiest way to access the latest entertainment?  Isn't it free and unlimited access to the movies and games we wish for? Before our next generation starts living in the world of pirates because everything to them seem free and easy, let's get to the real definition of piracy that is unauthorized production of someone's work. Yes piracy is an illegal act, was an illegal act and will remain an illegal act no matter what. It's not a free service or a digital world NGO  which is distributing the latest content without any charges. Digital world Pirates are stealing, making money and damaging economy.

Friday, October 10, 2014

Are we inviting porn to our country (India) ?

porn in india

We have scientists, we have engineers, we have actors, will our next generations will include adult movie actors as a profession? I might appear as the most stupid person to you right now, posting such nonsense topic over the Blog. Um but for once, shut down your critical windows and be logical.

The teenagers of our country are following the western culture like a drug in their lives, no matter how stupid the trend is, but it thrives under the name of Modernization of the cultures. From minor to major, everyone needs to know what's right and what's wrong because now we have come too far in taking things practical.

Most of the TEENS only see the brighter side of these modern addictions, wish they were able to see a brighter side in making their careers but still, teenagers are getting addicted to drugs, alcohols and even porn and they find nothing wrong in it, rather try to justify why they are right! This is actually what's Wrong! You cannot justify a murderer's killing just by explaining his feelings of disgust towards the person he killed. He committed a crime, he is in jail(at least in other countries if not in INDIA), sure shot punishment.

Thursday, October 2, 2014

Bapu The legend we should remember

The day was 2nd October 1869 when Putlibai gave birth to an extra ordinary boy who turned out as Father of the nation and we all remember the name as  Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi  (Bapu).
Everyone has heard about the legacy that Gandhi ji carried forward, the movements he started to make people believe in Independence. He was not the Only one struggling for the Independence but he was surely the one who had maximum impact on the British powers than anyone else.
He learned from his past experience to fight against the huge governing powers and was a specialist on hitting the iron when it's hot.

Thursday, September 11, 2014

Today's News Channels - making fool of themselves for TRPs

Have you missed this week's Comedy nights with Kapil? No need to worry, just switch to the news channels, they will offer you better comedy than any other comedian and if you are specific then you can also watch repeat telecast of Kapil during the prime time of news channels. I am extremely proud of my country that we are allowing our media to telecast the fight of a dinosaur with Godzilla and just like weather prediction we predict the end of the earth every Sunday to Sunday. If you ask me personally, such sensitive content must be protected and should be locked into your own non sense mind before publishing it over your INTERNATIONAL network of media.

Sunday, September 7, 2014

What's the REAL DEAL with YOUTH and the IITs

Some terms have their own and customised definitions in India and here definition of Engineering is "Mera Baccha IIT karega". Most of the students in their high schools who are about to take science maths are aspired to pursue IITs as if it's a new trendy course in the market. If you are about to opt for science maths in your high school then oh boy, some national standard queries for which you should be prepared are "IIT karoge?", " Konse coaching jaoge?", " 8 ghante toh padhte hi hoge din ke?". Actually, when you opt science maths, you will have two possible outcomes, either you will end as IITian or You will be a Non- IITian. That's how generally parents think what engineering is all about.

Lets become a little statistical and see the whole picture of RECRUITMENT. Well, out of 6 lac students giving the JEE mains paper, 3 lac students are simply not interested in IITs and are just helping in generating funds for welfare of the government colleges, other 2 lac students give it a try and lastly 1 lac students fight to be among that small list of 10-15 thousand students. That is around 2.5 percent of students opting for IITs get the selection done and if you think the filtration stops here, ahem not all branches of IITs are considered of same level hence if you are in TOP 1000, then you are safe to choose the fields you want to opt in certain IITs. So MASSIVE(ironically) 0.1 percent of students become IITians with leisure to have the option to choose what kind of engineer they wanted to be, rest of the students lose interest by getting forced into courses just for the sake to study in a IIT.

Sunday, June 29, 2014

Genius children need platform

Today Indian TV channels have moved far ahead from providing just entertainment in forms of daily soaps. Now TV channels are not merely about argument between "saas and bahu". These have turned into platforms of stardom, money and popularity. TV channels play key role in making an individuals dream come true. All these are possible because of the number of reality shows.

Today while surfing through the schedules and list of shows in channel one can easily find at least one reality show in any channel. Today nascent singers in our country have Indian idol as a great platform, dancers have dance India dance and even the people who fascinate the field of cooking have shows like master chef. But one thing we find common in all these shows is contestants speaking about lack of support shown by their parents as they want their child to concentrate on studies as they believe study is something which will help their child earn his or her living. They want their child to become either an engineer or a doctor. Engineering in India has become a guarantee source of income. Even before the conclusion of engineering one has job in his hand. But the fact of this matter is with the increasing number of colleges and competition,  the quality of education and number of intelligent and innovative students has gone down significantly. Students of today’s generation do not pledge to do something new in the field of science and technology. They dream of getting jobs in foreign countries and use their brain for the development of foreign nation. They do not care about excellence and study only that much which will help them get into the college.

Saturday, June 21, 2014

Indian private colleges spending money on advertisements insted of spending it on students

Disclaimer- Here I am not talking about the private colleges like BITS, VIT,Thapar University. And I am not against the publicity of colleges via advertisements the thing I am against is that if you are using 5% of your gross budget on advertising and the college is having everything fine then its okay but when you are spending half of your budget on advertising and your college is not according to the standards the fee you are charging then it is injustice with the students studying in your college.
As we all know that opening a private college in India isn't a very big deal as there isn't any base standard practically existing for colleges and universities in India. The thing you actually need to open a college in India is a piece of land and money to bribe government officials.

We all know that the education standards and placements of private colleges don't even touch the education standard and placements of government colleges and one big reason for this is that generally private colleges and schools are opened for earning money the people who are opening schools and colleges are generally having a vision of establishing a money making machine ("note chaapne ki machine") because in the business of education there is not a chance that the school will not get admissions because India is not having a small population.

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

‘Fruits’ and ‘Petals’ in Easy Savitri not a sexual embroidery

A reader may find the metaphor of ‘petal’ and ‘fruit’ for female and male organs in Easy Savitri mere sexual embroidery. But I have reasons to stick to my guns.  India today is as much a country of rapists as of saints.  No offence to those who love India. In fact I am one among the front liners.  I only differ with my compatriots on the issue of ‘empathetic respect’ towards woman.  Agree or not, this ornamental reverence makes her the object of desecration for the willful vile.

The deification of woman is a stimulating factor for the villain among us. For ‘ the petals’ and ‘ the fruits’ to bloom, sexual assault on women or rape as we blabber it, needs to be buried forever like rotten leaves in the garden of Adam and Eve. And I strongly believe; for anything to happen in life, it must happen in the story first.

Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Homosexuals : we too are humans

Why homosexuality a crime
Why homosexuality a crime
All the time we hear people and politicians and artists and writer talking about “LOVE”. From the common people living in slum to high class people living in their mansion talk about love and believe in it and do fall in love. But what happens to them when they hear about a boy loving a boy or a girl being into a girl? Why does their reaction differ so much? Why does their perception about love changes? What is there that makes their thinking about that person change? The fault is in the thinking of the people. The way they see things and the way they make the society.  We live in a society where homosexuality is seen as a sin. It’s considered a crime just because some rules say that and some high class people follow them.  We don’t bother to think and out up our point, we rather follow the crowd blindly.

Gays and lesbians are also humans. They are also born from a woman’s womb. They also have two legs, two hands and one head. They also worship the same god. They also wear the same clothes and eat the same food. They also have a heart which beats. They also get hurt. They also have sentiments which get hurt. Then why are they treated so differently and looked at as if they are from some different planet.  In our society and country a rapist or a murder or a thief can walk with proud and no one will pass a comment or give him looks but if a guy is holding the hand of other guy or is wearing pink or has a girly walk then he will be scanned by others, people will whisper about them, pass comments and make it hard for them to walk in the public place.

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