Tech Buzz: Meet Ritot - the first projection watch

 

It's been a long time since mankind has stopped peering into the sky at the sun to calculate the time. Clocks were invented for this purpose. The first clock was created thousands of years ago. There were various types of clock, including sundial, clepsydra, hourglass and others. 

    Since then, the evolution of clock has continued and brought to us the first wristwatch. Every year there emerge dozens of new models of wirstwatch, but the operating principle has not changed.
    We live in a new progressive millennium; everything around us progresses and develops. In our opinion, clock design should be both technically innovative and fashionable. Watches demonstrating that humanity does not stand still. These are the watches we bring into life.

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Govt Jobs:ONGC Recruitment For 745 Graduate Trainee Posts, Last Date Jan 2015

ONGC Recruitment 2014




Number of Posts : 745

Posts Name : 
1. Cementing : 31 posts
2. Civil : 10 posts
3. Drilling : 110 posts
4. Electrical : 47 posts
5. Electronics : 48 posts
6. Instrumentation : 23 posts
7. Mechanical : 72 posts
8. Production : 217 posts
9. Reservoir : 14 posts
10. Chemist : 74 posts
11. Geologist : 41 posts
12. Geophysicist (Surface) : 28 posts
13. Geophysicist (Wells) : 22 posts
14. Materials Management Officer : 22 posts
15. Programming Officer : 04 posts
16. Transport Officer : 12 posts

Educational Qualification : 
Candidates should have done B.E. / B.Tech / Graduation Degree / Post Graduation Degree or its equivalent qualification from a recognized university. 

Age Limit : 
For Postwise Age Details Go To Recruitment Notification.

Selection Process : 
Will be Selected Based on Their Performance In Written Exam and Interview.

How To Apply : 
Candidates fill the online application through official website http://www.ongcindia.com.

Important Dates : 
Registration Application Last Date : January 2015

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Bank jobs: IGCAR Recruitment For 104 Trainee Posts, Last Date 30th Sept 2014

IGCAR Recruitment 2014



Number of Posts : 104 

Posts Name :
1. Scientific Assistant-B : 19 Posts
2. Upper Division Clerk : 05 Posts
3. Driver : 02 Posts
4. Stipendiary Trainees : 78 Posts

Educational Qualification : 
Candidates should have done 10th, 12th, ITI, Diploma, B.Sc, Graduation Degree, Bachelors Degree or its equivalent qualification. 

Age Limit : 
Age should not exceed 30 Years. Age relaxations will be applicable as per the govt rules. 

Selection Process : 
All Eligible Candidates will Be Selected Based on Their Performance In Written Exam, Interview.

How To Apply : 
Candidates are required to send hard copy of application along with relevant documents to the following Address 

Administrative Officer – III (R & SR),
INDIRA GANDHI CENTRE FOR ATOMIC RESEARCH,
DEPARTMENT OF ATOMIC ENERGY,
KALPAKKAM - 603102 .

Important Date : 
Receiving of Application Last Date : 30-09-2014 

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Bank Jobs:Karnataka Bank Recruitment For Various Clerk Posts, Last Date 10th Sept 2014


Karnataka Bank Recruitment 2014



Number of Posts :
Various posts


Posts Name : Clerk 

Educational Qualification : 
Candidates should have done Bachelors Degree / Graduation Degree or its equivalent qualification. 

Age Limit : 
Age should be between 18 to 26 Years. Age relaxations will be applicable as per the govt rules. 

Selection Process : 
Will be Selected Based on Performance In Written Exam and Interview.

Pay Scale - Rs. 20,815/- 

Application Fee :
For General/OBC Candidates to pay Rs. 500/- & For All Other Candidates (PH/ST/SC) to pay Rs. 400/-

How To Apply : 
Candidates fill the online application through official website http://www.karnatakabank.com .

Important Date : 
Registration of Online Application Last Date : 10-09-2014

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Govt Jobs:BARC Recruitment For 18 Trade Apprentices Posts

BARC Recruitment 2014 For 18 Trade Apprentices Posts


Number of Posts : 18 

Posts Name :  Trade Apprentices 

Educational Qualification : 
Candidates should have done 12th, Diploma or its equivalent qualification .

Age Limit :
Age should not be less than 18 Years. 
Age relaxations will be applicable as per the rules. 

Selection Process : 
Will Be Selected Based on Their Performance In Written Exam, Interview.

How To Apply : 
Candidates Download Application Form through official website http://www.barc.gov.in. After Filling The application form, candidate must send hard copy of application along with relevant documents to the following Address.

DEPUTY ESTABLISHMENT OFFICER (R-V),
BHABHA ATOMIC RESEARCH CENTRE, TROMBAY,
MUMBAI - 400 085. 

Important Dates : 
Receiving of Application Form Last Date : 31-08-2014
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Science and Tech : NASA's Spitzer telescope witnesses asteroid smashup -Crash, bang, wallop

Nasa's Spitzer Space Telescope has spotted a huge eruption of dust around a young star. They believe the dust cloud was the result of a smashup between large asteroids.
This type of collision can eventually lead to the formation of planets, researchers say.
Scientists had been regularly tracking the star, called NGC 2547-ID8, when it surged with a huge amount of fresh dust between August 2012 and January 2013. "We think two big asteroids crashed into each other, creating a huge cloud of grains the size of very fine sand, which are now smashing themselves into smithereens and slowly leaking away from the star," said lead author and graduate student Huan Meng of the University of Arizona, Tucson.


The aftermath of a large asteroid impact around NGC 2547-ID8, a 35-million-year-old sun-like star. Nasa's Spitzer Space Telescope witnessed a giant surge in dust around the star, the result of two asteroids colliding.

read more at http://phys.org/news/2014-08-spitzer-telescope-witnesses-asteroid-smashup.html




Science and Tech: Picturing Schrodinger's cat- Quantum physics enables revolutionary imaging method

The cats represent the famous Schrödinger cat paradox, in which a quantum cat closed in a box can be dead and alive at the same time. The dark and light cat bodies are images of a cardboard cut-out. They arise due to destructive and constructive quantum interference, respectively. In this experiment the photons that interact with the cardboard cut-out are not detected, while the images are obtained by detecting only photons that never interact with the object. Credit: Gabriela Barreto Lemos



Researchers from the Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information (IQOQI), the Vienna Center for Quantum Science and Technology (VCQ), and the University of Vienna have developed a fundamentally new quantum imaging technique with strikingly counterintuitive features. For the first time, an image has been obtained without ever detecting the light that was used to illuminate the imaged object, while the light revealing the image never touches the imaged object.

In general, to obtain an image of an object, one has to illuminate it with a light beam and use a camera to sense the light that is either scattered or transmitted through that object. The type of light used to shine onto the object depends on the properties that one would like to image. Unfortunately, in many practical situations, the ideal type of light for the illumination of the object is one for which cameras do not exist.

read more at http://phys.org/news/2014-08-picturing-schrodinger-cat-quantum-physics.html


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