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Sports / Champions League 2016-17
« on: December 12, 2016, 06:49:36 pm »
Last 16 draws have been announced

    14 February & 8 March

Benfica (POR) v Borussia Dortmund (GER)
Paris Saint-Germain (FRA) v Barcelona (ESP)

    15 February & 7 March

Real Madrid (ESP, holders) v Napoli (ITA)
Bayern München (GER) v Arsenal (ENG)

    21 February & 15 March

Manchester City (ENG) v Monaco (FRA)
Bayer Leverkusen (GER) v Atlético Madrid (ESP)

    22 February & 14 March

Porto (POR) v Juventus (ITA)
Sevilla (ESP) v Leicester City (ENG)

Draw facts

Real Madrid beat Napoli in the 1987/88 European Champion Clubs' Cup first round, winning 2-0 at home before a 1-1 draw in Italy.

Dortmund beat Benfica in the 1963/64 European Champion Clubs' Cup first round, a 5-0 first-leg win in Germany taking them through despite a 2-1 away defeat. The Bundesliga side have won their last five fixtures with Portuguese opponents.

Bayern and Arsenal have played each other ten times, all since 2000/01. The German club have won five of those games and the English team three, with Bayern beating Arsenal in the round of 16 in 2004/05, 2012/13 and 2013/14.
Juventus beat Porto 2-1 in the 1984 European Cup Winners' Cup final in Basel, and recorded a win (3-1) and a draw (0-0) when the sides met in the 2001/02 UEFA Champions League first group stage.
Atlético and Leverkusen have faced off four times in recent years, sharing two 1-1 draws in the 2010/11 UEFA Europa League group stage and a 1-0 home win each in the 2014/15 UEFA Champions League round of 16 – Atlético won the tie on penalties.
Barcelona beat Paris in the 2012/13 and 2014/15 quarter-finals, although the French team came out on top when the clubs met in the last eight in 1994/95. Barcelona won the 1997 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup final against Paris in Rotterdam, and each team won their home game when their paths crossed again in the 2014/15 group stage – 3-2 in France, 3-1 in Spain.
Manchester City and Monaco, and Sevilla and Leicester, have never met.

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Sports / SAINA NEHWAL becomes WORLD No. 1!!
« on: March 28, 2015, 09:27:32 pm »
Saina Nehwal on Saturday scripted history by becoming the first Indian woman shuttler to attain the number one spot in world rankings, reaffirming her status as the country's most consistent performer in the international circuit.

Saina also reached her maiden India Open final on Saturday by beating ​Yui Hashimoto 21-15, 21-11 in the second semifinals.

The 25-year-old zoomed to the top after her closest challenger for the position, Spain's Carolina Marin, lost in the India Open Super Series semifinal here.

Though the official rankings will be out only on Thursday next week, Saina has been assured of her ascent to the top owing to the reigning world champion's 19-21, 23-21, 20-22 loss to third seed Thai Ratchanok Intanon.

Saina thus becomes only the second Indian overall to be world number one after Prakash Padukone had the distinction of being the numero uno men's badminton player.

The London Olympic bronze-medalist has won a staggering 14 international titles in her glorious career and most recently she became the first Indian woman to make the finals of the prestigious All England Championships in Manchester

"Number one is not at the back of mind right now. The only thing I am focussing on is playing all the tournaments and I want to win them," Saina had said when asked about the ranking.

"I want to perform well and beat the players against whom I was losing. I don't want to lose the way I was losing in the last three years. I want to be more consistent. When you are playing well, other things fall in place", she said.

The injury-ravaged Saina, who admitted that it is "tough to maintain rankings", said she remains intent on achieving consistency.

"It is tough to be in top-five for the last seven years. I hope to maintain it for some more time. I feel good. At the same time I have to work hard every day, train every day. It is too tiring. I want to be the best. It is my personal choice, fight against the top players. I want to be one of the top players in the world," she asserted.

"Everyone dreams of winning World Championship, Olympics and I am one of them. It is not that right now, I want everything. I want to be a little cool and relaxed and enjoy my game. It's my job and I want to enjoy it," she added.

President Pranab Mukherjee and Prime Minister Narendra Modi also congratulated Saina one her achievement.

The Hyderabad-based player has several firsts to her credit in Indian badminton. She was the first to be a junior world champion, besides being the first to clinch a Super Series title.

Initially groomed by former All England champion Pullela Gopichand, Saina is currently under the tutelage of former national champion Vimal Kumar.

The path-breaker was awarded the country's highest sporting honour -- the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award -- in 2010.

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NEWS / Maths (ETMA-201) exam rescheduled for 9th Jan
« on: December 31, 2014, 05:39:49 pm »
Theory Examination of ETMA-201:
Applied Mathematics-III (New Syllabus) in r/o Regular Students (Batch 2013 onwards) on 09.01.2015 (Friday) from 10:00 AM to 01:00 PM. The Theory Examination of ETMA-201 will be held at their allotted Theory Examination Centre(s).

ETMA-201: Applied Mathematics-III (New Syllabus) in r/o of Students of Lateral Entry (LE) admitted during Supplementary Counselling for the Academic Session 2014-2015 will be held as per already notified date sheet i.e. on 20.01.2015 (Tuesday) from 10:00 AM to 01:00 PM at their allotted Theory Examination Centre(s).

Attached: IPU Notice

Latest NEWS / Terrorist attack on school in Peshawar
« on: December 16, 2014, 05:03:39 pm »
The most heinous crime I have ever come across. Taliban attacked an army school in Peshawar full of children. 126 dead, 122 injured in latest reports. What is our world coming to? :fuu

Sports / CHAMPIONS LEAGUE 2014-15
« on: December 15, 2014, 06:46:51 pm »

« on: December 14, 2014, 12:23:40 pm »
Pakistani players shamelessly hurled obscene gestures towards Indian fans and media after their win over India but no action will be taken against them as their coach Shahnaz Sheikh has apologised to the FIH for the incident.

Soon after their 4-3 win, Pakistani players went into a frenzy mode and started celebrating their victory in a wild fashion. They started dancing in jubilation.

They removed their shirts, used foul language and made obscene gestures towards the crowd and media, prompting their coach Shahnaz to come into action and take away his players.

Tournament director Wiert Doyer then spoke to Pakistani camp and said International Hockey Federation (FIH) has accepted their apology.

"The celebration of the Pakistani team contained some behaviour that warranted further investigation by me as tournament director. As a result I have spoken to the head coach of the Pakistan team, Mr Shahnaz Sheikh and told him that the behaviour of Pakistan players went beyond what is acceptable to standards of the FIH," Doyer said.

"The behaviour in question concerned many members of the Pakistan team. It is difficult to find any particular miscreant, and it is possible that the behaviour of the players may have been a reaction. Shahnaz Sheikh has apologized and assured me that this behaviour will not occur again. Given these matters, I've decided that no further action is warranted," Doyer added.

The gestures of the Pakistani players infuriated every person present at the stadium.

Pakistan coach Shahnaz Sheikh was bound to feel the wrath of the media at the post-match press conference for his players' behavior but he went away by merely saying a sorry, which according to him was enough to settle the issue.

"I am not a politician I am a sportsperson, but I am sorry for this. They are youngsters and made a mistake in enthusiasm. I guess that's enough," Sheikh simply said and walked out of the conference hall evading further questions on the matter.

India captain Sardar Singh also denounced winners' celebration style.

"It doesn't look good because many families came to watch the match. Their celebration after the win was not appropriate. They deserved to win. Congratulations to them, but the way they celebrated by opening their shirt and making indecent gestures was not right. It sends a wrong message."

India's high performance director Roealt Oltmans said, "To be honest I didn't see much but it looked too much."

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« on: November 14, 2014, 10:56:25 am »
Andy Murray knocked out of World Tour Finals by Roger Federer

Roger Federer thrashed Andy Murray 6-0 6-1 to end the Briton's ATP World Tour Finals hopes in humiliating fashion.

The 17-time Grand Slam champion needed just 56 minutes to win his third Group B match and reach the semi-finals. Murray required a straight-sets win to qualify but won only eight points in the first set and did not win a game until 6-0 5-0 down.

The result is Murray's worst since he lost 6-1 6-0 to Novak Djokovic in Miami seven years ago.

Japanese world number five Kei Nishikori qualifies behind Federer after his earlier 4-6 6-4 6-1 victory over Spaniard David Ferrer - a replacement for the injured Milos Raonic.

"Clearly, I'm very happy to play a good match today," Federer said. "I knew I was qualified so maybe I went in a bit more relaxed. It's not the way I thought it was going to go, but there's always next year for Andy and hopefully he can have a good season. At the end I was happy I didn't win the second to last game to be quite honest."

 After 24 minutes, Murray's progress in the tournament was over as he suffered his first 6-0 set loss in four years.

"It was a tough night," Murray said. "I've lost Grand Slam finals, which have been very tough, but in terms of the way the match went it was not ideal from my side of the court - far from it. He played exceptionally well, that's for sure. I can say I'm disappointed with my level tonight but if I played well, he probably still would have won anyway."

A tight, tense encounter had been anticipated with the Scot needing a fast start, and Federer keen to win the group and so probably avoid top seed Novak Djokovic in the semi-finals.

The 17,000 spectators packed into the O2 must have thought they were in a for classic when Murray won the opening two points on Federer's serve, before the Swiss won an epic 34-stroke rally on the third.

From that moment on it was one-way traffic as Murray struggled to find first serves and Federer produced some sublime tennis.

As the games rolled by, he even threatened to inflict the dreaded 'double bagel' on Murray, whose ambition became drastically reduced.

Federer moves on to the semi-finals and keeps his outside hopes of ending the year as world number one alive, although Djokovic can end that race should he beat Tomas Berdych on Friday.

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« on: November 13, 2014, 06:37:33 pm »
Rohit Sharma notched up his second double hundred in ODIs, becoming the first batsman to reach the landmark, and also sped past Virender Sehwag's 219 registering the highest individual score in ODIs getting out for 264 off 173 balls in the fourth ODI against Sri Lanka at the Eden Gardens, Kolkata on Thursday.

During his epic knock the opener hit 33 boundaries and nine sixes and scored runs at a strike-rate of 152.66. The knock also helped India notch up their fifth team score of over 400. India eventually went on to make 404 for 5.

He though missed out on the becoming the highest individual scorer in List-A games, missing the landmark by just four runs. Ali Brown of England holds the record with the score of 268.

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Placements / Fluor Daniel(Core MAE) experience in IGDTUW.
« on: October 25, 2014, 07:25:43 pm »
Priya Jayswal
Package- 5.2 lakhs per annum.
Branch- MAE

Company and Job profile- Fluor Daniel is one of the world's leading publicly traded engineering, procurement, construction, maintenance, and project management companies.

Job profile is Graduate Engineer Trainee.
(They will assign projects soon)

Ques1- Did extra-curricular help u in any manner during the placement process? If yes, then explain it.

ans-Extra Curricular activities like working in fests or attending workshops etc are as such not so helpful during campus placements.
Company knows that everyone does that during one's college life.
These activities makes your resume effective but company is least bothered about them.

Ques2- What kind of tricky ques did u face during the interview?

ans-The interview was not so difficult.
If your fundamentals are strong, nothing seems to be difficult!
Technical part of the interview was all conceptual. yeah they asked some tricky questions too, but you can answer them if you've a clear knowledge of your subjects.
The HR part was simple and easy They asked about family, friends, interests etc. Basically They just want to know about you.

Ques3- What are the "do's and dont's" during the interview?

ans-While facing the Fluor Daniel interview, one should avoid these things-:
-Don't say you want to study further. They will ask you this in different manner, don't show them that you're interested in higher study(Most Importantly)
-Don't show them if you're confused.
-Have a plenty of knowledge about the company before the interview.
-Don't try to be fake in front of them. Be who you are.

Ques4- Any message for juniors?
ans-For juniors, I just want to say be focussed on your subjects and make all your concepts clear.
Be confident and calm.
It's not so tough to crack an interview. All it takes is believe in yourself and yeah in God too.

Source: "IGDTU Confession and Compliments" Page on facebook.

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