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Is Assam famous for petroleum or coal?

Assam has abundant mineral resources coal, petroleum, limestone and natural gas are the principal mineral resources. It is also the largest producer of crude oil in India. Other minor minerals include magnetic quartzite, silimanites, iron, ore clay and fredspar etc. Oil India Limited (OIL) is the second largest hydrocarbon exploration and production Indian public sector company with its operational headquaters in Duliajan, Assam. India under the adminstrative control of the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas. Assam is a major producer of crude oil and natural gas in India. It was the second place in the world where petroleum was discovered. Asia's first sucessful mechanically drilled oil well was Makum (Assam) way back in 1867. The second oldest oil well in the world still produces crude oil. One of the biggest public sector oil companies in the country. Assam has four oil refineries located at Guwahati, Digboi, Numaligarh, and Bongaigoan with total capacity of 7 MMT

Graduating Amidst Pandemic

    Graduation is always an anxious time for young people on the threshold of the real world but COVID-19 has created a new uncertainties. Students final semester are not exactly going as planned. Rather than celebrating with friends many are worrying about finding a job while living in their childhood bedroom in recent year I held career seminar aur student across the country. During this era of social distancing I have moved this discussion online and adapted my advice. In the face of school and colleges closer nationwide due to novel coronavirus, life for most student it has continued on- just indoors. Student have migrated online to stream lectures, attend courses, and take test likely for the reminder of the year. The pandemic has force campuses cancel there spring terms in a matter of days and making the last moments of the academic year especially bittersweet. The coronavirus pandemic has caused many high school, graduation to be replaced with virtual drive in and other

Engineer’s Day

Engineer’s Day... India has produced many engineers over decades, but the most eminent engineer has the country has ever produced  Sir mokshagundam Visvesvaraya better known as M. Visvesvaraya. Indians celeberatehis birthday as the engineers day on 15 September every year. An engineers par excellence, M Visvesvaraya has contributed a lot in nation building with his designs and creations. He was the chief architect behind the construction of Krishna Raja Sagara dam in Mandya which helped to convert the surrounding Barren land into fertile ground for farming. Apart from his contribution in the field of engineering, he was also called the"precursor of economic planning in India", according to the Institution of Engineers India (IEI). His books, "Reconstructing India"and "Planned Economy of India" were published in 1920 and 1934. He was awarded Knight in 1915 while serving the Diwan of Mysore, and received Bharat Ratna in 1955.   Quotes ... - Architecture begi

Music is Everything

Music ... Music is a pleasant sound which is a combination of melodies and harmony music, may also refer to an art of composing such pleasant sound with the help of various musical instrument. Music is not only what is composed of men but also which exist in nature. Have you heard the sound of a waterfall or a flowing river? Everything in harmony has music. "The music is not in the notes, but in the silence between." Importance of Music ... Music has great qualities of healing a person emotionally and mentally.  Music is a form of meditation. W hile composing a listening music one tends to forget all his worries, sorrows and pains. But, in order to appreciate good music we need to cultivate our musical taste. Power of Music ... "I think music in itself is healing." It is an explosive expression of humanity. It's something we are all touched by. We can all thing at least one song that when we hear it, triggers and emotional response. We have a such deep connectio

Teachers Are The Backbone of Our Society

Teachers are one of the most important pillars of society - these individual spend their entire lives enabling students to learn and explore. Furthermore, teacher also increase literacy rate in a country thereby enabling opportunities and jobs that will help student secured their lives. Teacher's day is the national festival and it is celebrated all over India. Teacher's Day celebrated on 5th September every year, because of the Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, who was the former President of India born, on his day. Sarvpalli Radhakrishnan was born on 5th September 1888. H e was a great person, along with that he was a philosopher, educationalist, humanist and religious thinker . He was the great ability to write of books on religion and philosphy. Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan became the former President in 1962. He had approached the students and friend and requested him to allow them to celebrate 5th September on which day is birthday.He invited all for celebrating his birthday as a