Manan S

What Yaar, when will the silly projects end. My physics sir has handed another project ... I just wanna @#$%


Pratyush Kumar

what the hell is wrong with these teachers??? wat was CCE meant for and wat are they doing? they give us stupid projects which dont make any difference or increase our talentand knowledge


Danish Saifi

u r right Pratyush Kumar. they give us useless projects........


Arpita Singh

Projects would be more useful if they'd be taught to us practically.
Copying stuffs from the wikipedia and getting the images printed won't polish your mind.
I got a project of maths which was supposed to be of grade 11. My teacher never even taught what she gave us to make!


Priyanka

Projects should be practical..related to practical world to which we are hardly get exposed till we complete our Bachlors! Indian education is only about theorotical studies..the main challenge is when we want to go abroad for further studues. Projects should be Industrial visits, giving report about it. Then like interviewing people, interacting with them and all! That is wat projects are...not just print out from wikipedua and scribble that on paper with stickers and submit it!


sushmitha

I have no idea about doing lousey Maths project...! anybody interested..??!!!??


Ranbir Singh Kang

This is just crazy ... when will the projects end ... i just don't know where is the learning ??


Quin Christian

Yes, certain projects and programs have been hated for the disliking of the society. The role of the appointment and writing services reviews is approved for the management of the flaws. The changes ensured for the writing of the chips for people. The stagnant policy is moved for the groups and all vital paths for the individuals. The assurance is given for the full use of the offs for the width of the terms for the candidates.


Epicfollowers

The Third European Forum against Unnecessary Imposed Mega Projects will soon take place in Stuttgart, from 25th to 29th July. After the first two network meetings in Susa Valley (organized by the NO-TAV movement in Italy) and in Nantes (by the ACIPA committee in France), and the session during Firenze10+10, the worldwide network is growing and building alliances. In Europe and elsewhere, large public projects are under increasing attacks from civil society. Three very visible projects in EU countries have provoked strong opposition. The Notre Dame des Landes airport near Nantes, the large tunnel for the TAV between Turin and Lyon (See ‘ecological economics from the ground up, chapter 4: High Speed Transport Infrastructure in Italy) and the new station in Stuttgart. These are clear examples of the stubborn run towards large scale infrastructure projects by large corporations, joint ventures and investment funds. The network exposes the patterns that lead to such projects. EJOLT supports this new network that is best known by its French name: “Grand Projets Inutiles Imposé (GPII)”. Conflicts surrounding large infrastructure projects are in fact one type of conflicts that we’re collecting for our world Atlas of environmental conflicts. Quite often, the planning and building of such large infrastructures are seen as signs of modernization and increased welfare but lead to development patterns that are economically,socially and ecologically unsustainable. Most often, corrupting collusion between politicians and public works firms is a contributing factor, as well as a persistent tendency to opt for the more damaging but more prestigious projects. Pride most often overrules not just justice, even economics. Water infrastructure is one of the major examples of massive intervention and centralized investments. A former Nepali Minister for Water resources once told Nick Meynen – off the record – that the “water mafia always managed to convince politicians to select the most expensive and grand project of all options; simply because that means that the 10% they receive as extra ‘gift’ is much bigger”. So instead of solving the water shortage problem of Kathmandu for 7 million euro by getting thousand of people to work to build small ponds – what he calculated – every government has proceeded with the Melamchi Drinking Water Project (MDWP), in which a river is diverted through a 16km long tunnel to quench the thirst of Kathmandu, originally at a cost of more than 300 million euro with a Chinese company, China Railway 15 Bureau Group. The most recent news is that in June the Nepali government signed a contract agreement with Italy’s CMC Cooperativa Muratori e Cementisti di Ravenna for developing the diversion tunnel, endorsed by ADB for about 220 million euros. Under this contract, CMC has to complete the construction within 36 months. Never mind that farmers in the Melamchi valley have not yet repaid their loans to the Asian Development Bank for the irrigation and fishery projects they were encouraged to take up. The same Asian Development Bank is now going to take 80% of their water away, which will bring their projects in the Melamchi Valley to a certain death. Much more dirty details on that and other large destructive ‘development’ projects in Nepal in this investigative report. BY Epicfollowers


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