Friday, 29 July 2016
Sunday, 24 July 2016
Madaari is a metaphor. There is no real madaari. The metaphor is used for a #Damaru player who makes #Jamoora dance at its beats. The metaphor can also be read as snake charmer as the protagonist somehow charms to bring out the real poisonous nexus between construction company, engineers and politicians who collect funds for political parties through corrupt means.
At the same time, the protagonist is service provider / repairer for WiFi networks. This job these days is no less than that of Madaari 😀😀.
Statutory warning: Stop reading if you want to watch the film.
Well, now it is your choice to spoil the game. I am no longer spoiler.
The film has two endings.One is more realistic and hence throat chocking. Such throat chocking endings in literature leads towards restlessness, anxiety and angst, rather than giving outlet to repressed desires. Such literatures are not for masses. As only Lord Shiv can drink poison to be Nilkanth, only rational and mentally strong in society can sustain mental stability after reading / watching such realistic literature.
The other ending is romantic happy-endings walla. No throat chocking but a relief that poetic justice is done. All is well that ends well. Such literature makes masses relieved from repression and thus gives feel-good effect. Haash! The social filth (corruption) is cleansed! But we know that it is mere illusion that problem is solved. As the mind do not differentiate between the real and imaginary, the imaginary gives us an impression of reality. No throat chocking moment. No anxiety. No restlessness. No angst. No revolution. No #Change. Is this the secret that most of our literature ended with make-believe poetic justice? The mass / sheoples shall be opiumated in the feeling of trance. If they are woken up, they may be problematic to power structures. Has literature played the role of ideological state apparatus to subjugate the subjects?
Shh . . . Desh so raha hai!
One more spoiler:True to its genre of suspense thriller, the film do not have thrilling moments of #Kahani or dramatic appeal of #GabbarIsBack or common man feeling of #AWednesday.
Friday, 22 July 2016
Friday, 8 July 2016
Mind Mapping - New Admission in PG Programme
Instructions for Semester 1 (Batch 2021-22) students:
1. Join this Google Classroom (If Google Classroom app is not installed in your mobile phone, download it from Play store)
Click this link
Scan this QR Code
2. The class code is 4nsa4pi
3. After joining the class, explore the assignments. You will find two assignments.
4. Assignment 1: Online Test: You shall open the link of Online Test and appear in the test. There are 42 questions. You can take help of internet to reply the answers. On submission, you will get auto-generated reply in your mail with the score. Type this score in private comment in this assignment in G-Class. Type correct email id to receive auto-generated email. Click here to open the test page.
5. Assignment 2: In the second task, you have to hand-write a few paragraphs on
a. What is literature?
b. The literary text I liked the most . . .
c. Three reasons for my liking of this literary text . . .
6. Make PDF of this hand-written answer and upload it in the Google Classroom as assignment submission.
7. Your admission process will not get completed until you have not submitted both assignments in Google Classroom.
Friday, 1 July 2016
Google Form for Auto Graded Quiz - without FlubarooGoogle Form has several interesting features. It is one of the best online tool to gather information and take survey. Many teachers are also using it for testing purpose. The features like 'Multiple Choice', 'Check Boxes' and 'Drop Down' can be used for online quiz / test also.
|Multiple Choice, Check Boxes and Drop Down|
Now, Google Form has added this very important and much awaited feature. In the 'Settings', an added option of 'Quizzes' resolves the problem. Now, as soon as student submits answers, he can view 'Scores' and correct / incorrect answer.
|The option of 'Quizzes in Settings|