PSLV-C37 (also known as Cartosat-2 series satellite) was the 39th mission of the PSLV (Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle) program. PSLV-C37 broke the earlier records of launching 37 satellites by a Russian rocket on June 19, 2014 and of 29 satellites launched by NASA on 19 November 2013. It was successfully launched on Wednesday, February 15, 2017 at 9:28 Hrs IST from the First Launch Pad … Continue reading The Complete Story – ISRO Sets World Record, Successfully Launching PSLV-37 Rocket With 104 Satellites Into Orbit
Dear Students, Parents, Teacher and Educators, With increasing requests from parents and students to begin a fun and meaningful STUDY CIRCLE @ FunVidya, we are setting-up a formal process to take feedback from more parents and students in various areas of Delhi NCR. You are invited to join and help build a community of students, parents and teachers interested in transforming education into a fun … Continue reading Invitation to Participate in FunVidya CBSE 10th Board Study Circle 2017
Budding Champion Samarth demonstrates his skills, solving Rubik’s Cube 2X2 in 8.04 seconds, in preparation for The Rubik’s Cube Indian Nationals 2016, organised by Technocracy IIT Delhi in association with Capital Cubing to be held on 25-27 March 2016 at IIT Delhi. The competition is open to all competitors of all nationalities. No experience in World Cube Associaiton (WCA) competitions is necessary, but competitors should be familiar … Continue reading Practice Session for The Rubik’s Cube Indian Nationals on 25-27 March 2016
A domino effect as demonstrated in the video above is produced when a linked series of events successively create a mechanical impact on the next item in the sequence to produce a chain reaction. Do not underestimate them as some harmless fun! Physicist Van Leeuwen has even presented a calculation to explore if a sequence of dominoes can topple a skyscraper-sized block at http://arxiv.org/abs/1301.0615. Each … Continue reading The Domino Effect – A Colorful Demo of a powerful mechanical phenomena that could topple a skyscraper!
Viola tricolor, varyingly known as heart’s ease, heart’s delight, tickle-my-fancy, Jack-jump-up-and-kiss-me, come-and-cuddle-me, three faces in a hood, or love-in-idleness, is a common European wild flower, growing as an annual or short-lived perennial. It is the progenitor of the cultivated pansy, and is therefore sometimes called wild pansy; before the cultivated pansies were developed, “pansy” was an alternative name for the wild form. Long before cultivated … Continue reading Yellow Viola Tricolor Fun #Photography #Botany
Kano, a DIY computer kit allowing you to build and set-up a computer yourself, has been pre-ordered by over 18,000 parents, teachers, and kids from 86 different countries as shared by Mark Frauenfelder here. Priced at $150, Kano bundles beautiful parts of accessories which can be easily built like Lego blocks. It runs on Raspberry Pi, a system-on-a-chip with an ARM 700MHz CPU and 512MB … Continue reading Kano – a DIY computer kit can be built like lego blocks and set-up to do programming and play games
Last Date: 20 August 2014 | No limit on number of entries Check the rules here | Upload your film here Want tips on how to shoot the film? See this video. Continue reading Shoot a 1-3 minute film on your Mobile and get a chance to work with Imtiaz Ali
We are looking for extraordinary artists, teachers and professionals who are looking for opportunities to share their knowledge with the world! You could be a Computer Programmer, a Painter, a Calligraphy Artist, Photographer, Film Maker, Musician, Choreographer, Foreign Language Teacher, Martial Arts Trainer, Sports Coach or any professional who has mastered one or more subjects and wishes to share the knowledge with more and more … Continue reading Inviting Artists, Teachers and Professionals passionate about their subject & Teaching!
We visited Pachmarhi famously known as Satpura ki Rani (“Queen of Satpura”). It is a hill station in the Satpura Range of Madhya Pradesh, India. Some of the cave paintings here are estimated to be 10,000 years old. A few popular places to visit are: Bee Waterfalls, also known as Jamuna Prapat frequented by tourists as a Bathing point. There are many more waterfalls and … Continue reading Visit to Pachmarhi – Highest Point (1,352 m) in Central India
National Monuments Authority (NMA) has drafted a document outlining eight categories for about 160 protected monuments in Delhi: Category I: Protected Monuments/Archaeological Sites inscribed on the World Heritage Cultural sites list of UNESCO including Arab ki Sarai, Nila Gumbad, Hindu Iron Pillar and Tomb of Afsar-wala. Category II: Protected Monuments and Archaeological Sites included in the Tentative List by World Heritage Committee – ten monuments … Continue reading National Monuments Authority identifies eight categories of Protected Monuments in #Delhi