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  • Pocket Modelling kit

    Posted on September 28th, 2014 rudrarup No comments

    Matchstick Model (Diamond)Organic and inorganic chemistry has been a very tricky subject for all students. You have to imagine the structure of the molecule. We have been allways doing them on the black boards. Drawing those complex 3 dimensional structures on a 2 dimensional surface can not provide us with ample structural benifits for the students to imagine the structure.

    Why not  make a cheap modelling system that can be made with daily house hold items, which can provide the students with lots of fun and in the same time teach them model making.

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  • DON QUIXOTE de la MANCHA

    Posted on September 24th, 2014 rudrarup No comments

    DON QUIXOTE de la MANCHA Don Quixote liked to read. He liked to read a lot. He liked to read so much that he pretty much stopped doing everything else. This is not a good idea unless you are very rich, and he was not. He lived on a farm that had once been fairly prosperous and large, but in addition to ignoring his daily chores, he had begun to sell off pieces of his property in order to buy more books. But the real problem seemed to be his choice of books. He read every book about knights and knight-errantry he could get his paws on.

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  • Simple Microscope

    Posted on September 23rd, 2014 rudrarup No comments

    micro organismThe invention of the microscope is not credited to any one person. Strong lenses were used since antiquity to examine tiny objects. Microscopes were byproducts of research on telescopes by men such as Galileo and Kepler.

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  • Indian National Anthem

    Posted on September 21st, 2014 rudrarup No comments

    This is the best video ever made of the Indian nationa anthem.

    Fun
  • The Golden Plate (Greed and Honesty)

    Posted on September 19th, 2014 rudrarup No comments

    Once upon a time in a place called Seri, there were two salesmen of pots and pans and hand-made trinkets. They agreed to divide the town between them. They also said that after one had gone through his area, it was all right for the other to try and sell where the first had already been. One day, while one of them was coming down a street, a poor little girl saw him and asked her grandmother to buy her a bracelet. Read the rest of this entry »