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Monthly Archives: November 2017

Ineffective Colleges and Universities

The school colors are green and gold. The pom-poms shake and free gifts are offered generously at the Fall college fairs. Prospective students and their families are offered free tickets to home football games with one hand, and marketing or application materials with the other. The high school counselors scurry around the gym, their faces glowing, proud of the events they coordinated.

Two days later, the newspaper reports the contents of an interview with a local university President. The President quite reluctantly responded to queries about the school’s very poor graduation rates, the high percentage of students they allow to matriculate into remedial courses (paying full tuition to take non-college credit classes), and regarding their apparent failure to work with the regional high school systems so that their incoming students would be better prepared to start college work.

Interestingly, if you look at historical student performance statistics, for the vast majority of schools these findings are not new (good or bad). What may be new is that increasing numbers of prospective applicants are looking at graduation rates, the average number of years taken to graduate, as well as average post-graduation student debt, and school-assisted job placement effectiveness. Unfortunately, under duress, college administrations are casting blame upon the students.

Of course, too many students reach campuses believing that every week should include sports entertainment and elements of contemporary “Animal House” experiences, with a modicum of adjustments for the schools’ specific missions, the local environments, and reflecting the student bodies. However, most incoming students actually understand the true objectives of their attendance. That said, the admissions committees are professionals, as are those employed to teach, counsel, perform research, manage finances, and provide all other administrative support. By history, the institutions know exactly who they recruit and accept; their student body profile. They know the student body strengths as well as the distribution of academic, social and financial challenges they will face with their students. As such, by accepting the students and their money, they are saying “We are able [in every manner] to successfully instruct, develop, graduate and deliver these student-customers to quality positions in the market.”

But, colleges and universities have not been effective. The average school graduates only fifty percent of its students in six (6) years, and most cannot afford to spend more than six years in college, thereby never graduating. Schools do not want to be accountable to “helicopter parents” who wish to kept in the “progress loop” regarding more than unpaid bills. Additionally, as many senior leaders are unwilling or unable to explain the shortcomings of their business models, educational institutions simply blame the failures on the students and all those associated with them (family, guardians, associates, prior educational systems, and so on). Who needs colleges and universities with such attitudes as those?… Not you!!

All about College Competitiveness

People always seem to think that being competitive simply means trying to beat someone. A true competitor just wants to win and in the real world, someone doesn’t have to get beat down in the process.

So how are you gonna win at life? That is how you have to think when starting college because if you’re picking a major because it seems fun or simple, you’re not asking the real question of “will it allow me to be the best me I can be?” I picked business and more specifically risk Insurance because I knew that would fit my strengths and allow me to be successful post graduation. Now whether you’ve picked a major or not, you have to figure out what you’re gonna do with all this free time. In sports you had to manage your time very well so that you could practice at your craft, in this case it’s your major, and still have fun and enjoy yourself. College really tests your competitive edge as lots of students lose theirs and become lazy and eventually perform poorly.

There are multiple parts that go into being successful at your job. The first part is finding that job. You can never be truly happy just from the amount of money you make from your job, you need to actually enjoy what you’re doing. This means aggressively searching for the right job for you. You do this by utilizing your inner competitive nature. People who settle for an alright job are those that aren’t competitively looking for a job.

Once you find the right job for you, now you have to receive the offer. It’s not enough to just find a job that seems like it would be nice for you, you have to do what it takes to make the employer think you’re right for them. You do this by studying the company, learn what skills they’re looking for and being able to convey that you obtain all those necessary skills to be successful for them. You also practice your interview skills over and over and over. It’s in the interviews that you separate yourself from the rest. A resume really doesn’t mean much now a days. If a company really cares that much about your resume, then they probably also care much more about the school you attended. Other companies look at resumes to see if they’re eligible for an interview but it’s at the interview where it matters. Finally, how are you gonna perform once you receive the job? Some people get the job and just coast because they’re happy about the job and are fine with staying in that position. Competitors are never satisfied and know that now is where they really start working to show off their talents. All the other things are just behind the scenes until you receive the job, then it’s showtime for competitors. Now is where you use all your skills to get yourself ahead and show the company what you’re capable of so that you can continue to strive and achieve success.

Avionics Engineering

The word “Avionics” is derived from the two words Aviation and Electronics, recalled as Flight engineering with the electrical components such as working with

• Mechanical devices

• Electrical distribution components

• Radio frequency based devices

• Radar and navigational devices

The use of the different engineering components aims to improve the performance of the electronics devices. Flight options have thrust to provide the boost to provide the promise of using the engineering as the safe option for the aircraft and spacecraft development along the line in the making of the engineers.

The stable engineering option allows the aspirants to grab the best of the shearing talents in the field that sound interesting with its retaliation in the different aspects of maintaining the integrity and sovereignty of the nation. Not to mention the desire to be liked, admired, or simply acknowledged by other people for your deft placement of career option, it’s the inner desire of the candidate that should mold the one in the suitable engineering option.

Education requirements

To be in the career of marking the needs of the career with the flight control, it’s necessary for the interested candidates to get good grades from the intermediate education. The grades will matter the most if the intermediate school is the recognized governing body of the state or country council. The subjects that matter with the engineering option include

• Physics

• Chemistry

• Mathematics

• Life science

• English

The interested candidate of the avionics engineering need to understand the physical and mental aspect, why they are doing? What are its benefits? What is the career option ahead? That matter’s a lot ahead.

The practically of the engineers should vary in the way of understanding the difference between needing it and enjoying it as a badass bonus when it comes your way because you did what your little expressive heart loves to do, what one is capable off, and surely they can make the career in the proper way of driving and adjust with the moments, that’s are sometimes cold and hot too.

Career option available with avionics engineering

• Aircraft engineer

• Aerospace engineer

• Avionics technician

• Electronics engineer

• Electrical engineer

• Flight controller

Skill-set needed

• Technical skills

• Problem-solving skills

• Analytical skills

• Good communication skills

Networking for Project and Thesis

TCP/IP provides end to end data transmission between devices along with some other functionalities like addressing, mapping and acknowledgement. TCP/IP is a combination of two protocols. TCP controls the messages by dividing them into packets. IP controls the transmission of these packets from sender to the receiver.

TCP/IP protocol layers

Following are the four layers of TCP/IP:

Application layer

Transport layer

Internet layer

Physical layer

Working of TCP/IP protocol

Client/Server model is used as a mode of communication by TCP/IP. It works in the following way:

Application layer consists of various applications for data exchange with use of protocols like HTTP(Hypertext Transfer Protocol), FTP(File Transfer Protocol), SMTP(Simple Mail Transfer Protocol)

Transport layer provides end-to-end communication between the host and the user. It uses protocol UDP(User Datagram Protocol).

Internet layer is responsible for transfer of packets over the network and uses IP(Internet Protocol) for this purpose.

Physical layer provides interconnection between the nodes.

Advantages of TCP/IP protocol

It can be easily modified.

It is compatible with all the operating systems.

It is scalable in determining the most appropriate path.

Thus it is a good topic for M.Tech thesis as well as for research. A student can get thesis help on this topic from experts specialized in thesis guidance. You can also explore the internet for further details on this topic.

NS2

Another good computer networking topic for an M.Tech thesis is NS2. NS stands for Network Simulator. It is an open-source, discrete-event based network simulator mainly used for research purpose and for teaching. It provides help in simulating routing protocols like IP, TCP, UDP etc. It creates a simulation environment for studying the network. Following steps are followed while creating a simulation environment:

Topology Definition

Development of the model

Configuration of the link

Execution

Analysis of the problem

Visualization

NS2 create network topologies and then examines the behavior of the network under any event. The behavior is analyzed by tracing down the events. NS2 provides text-based as well as animation-based simulations.

Advantages of NS2

It has the ability to support multiple protocols.

It can represent network traffic graphically.

It can also support multiple algorithms for routing and queuing.

NS2 is a very good topic for an M.Tech thesis in computer networking field. You will not only get theoretical knowledge but also practical experience of network simulator tool. You can get thesis help about NS2 from an expert who has practical knowledge about how to use this tool.

MANET

MANET stands for mobile ad hoc Network and is another good choice for an M.Tech thesis topic in networking. In MANET, the nodes are self-configurable and have the ability to move freely in any direction and can link with other devices frequently. MANET was originally used as military project in defense. MANET have the challenges of weak signal strength, reliability, power consumption along with some other problems.

Characteristics of MANET

Each node is independent in nature i.e. each node act as the host as well as the router.

It is based on distributed nature of operation for security and configuration.

The network is dynamic in nature I.e each node can join and exit the network at any time.

The nodes in the network are associated with less memory and power.

In MANET, the bandwidth remains fluctuating.

MANET creates a symmetric environment such that all the nodes have identical features like responsibilities and capabilities.

Hurdles in the path of MANET

There are certain hurdles in the path of MANET, which it has to overcome. Some of these are:

The reliability of the transmission is affected by certain factors like data loss, interference, and blockage.

The rate of transmission is limited to a certain range thus there is reduced data rate.

Packet loss can occur while transmission of data.

Frequent path breaks.

Lack of firewall results in security issues in the network.

This was just the introduction to MANET to give an overview of what it is if you are going with this topic for your M.Tech thesis.

Network Security

Network Security is the set of rules to ensure the safety of the network of an organization or personal network. You can choose this topic for your M.Tech thesis if you have complete understanding of how the data is transferred over the network. Network Security also include security of physical hardware devices. Network Security in software means providing authorized access to the network by means of ids and passwords.

Whenever a user tries to access the network, his authenticity is checked by means of ids and passwords. This is done to prevent any malicious user entering the network by the motive of hacking it.

Types of attacks to network

Active Attack – In this type of attack, a hacker tries to make changes to data while it is being sent from one node to another.

Passive Attack – In this type of attack, an outsider monitors system of the organization consistently to find vulnerable ports.

Network Security Tools

Following are some of the tools employed in network security:

Wireshark

Aircrack

Snort

BackTrack

Netcat

Thus if you really have significant knowledge(practical + theoretical) of networking tools, security

measures then you should choose this topic for M.Tech thesis. Besides, you will get thesis help on this topic from computer networking experts.