7th July 2014 (Controversial FYUP)

Hey!
I am Manas Sharma, the owner of this blog/wiki website. I am a Physics Honors student at Acharya Narendra Dev College better known as ANDC of the Delhi University. I have just entered the sophomore year and have been taken aback by a sudden turn of events. The course that I enrolled in offered 4 years of study and research projects. But due a lot of criticism and protest the course has now been rolled back and I have been migrated to the usual 3 year course. So I guess on one hand where it excites me that I would get my Bachelor’s Degree in 3 years, on the other hand it also scares me as now I have to complete such a huge amount of syllabus in the remaining 2 years along with Project/ Research work. The 4 year course or the FYUP course at University of Delhi was launched just last year. This course offered a large amount of Field Projects and research work not only in Physics but also in various other fields. It was the first course/programme in the Indian History where pratical/technical skills were give preference to the theoretical knowledge. I was a happy student doing all the projects with zeal and enthusiasm. Though I would say that the teachers would be biased at times and I would lose marks on account of bad performance by my team-mates. But nonetheless it was fun and I thoroughly enjoyed it.

Well now all of it is gone and there is nothing I can do now. So the Summer break’s almost up and the college re-opens in 10 days. This semester is gonna be pretty tough. The previous year was fairly easy but now it’s time to get serious. No matter how much I love Physics it’s still pretty tough and I need to study hard.

I have started this Projectwww.bragitOff.com this week and it has been taking all of my time. Adios for now. Wait for my next blog for more updates.

I'm a physicist specializing in theoretical, computational and experimental condensed matter physics. I like to develop Physics related apps and softwares from time to time. Can code in most of the popular languages. Like to share my knowledge in Physics and applications using this Blog and a YouTube channel.



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