Step 2. Fill all the required details and hit “Register” button:
Step 3: You will be taken to “New User Registration” page as shown in the image below. Here you’ll get confirmation that You will receive your login details via SMS or Email. Check your mobile phone or Email for your Login ID and Password.
In this page Choose “Back Home” button.
Step 4. Now type your New Login ID and Password that you have received on your phone or Email. And press “Login”..Then You have to change the password.
Step 5. Once you login, it will ask you to enter “Subscriber Number”.
Subscriber Number is nothing but your MDN number(The number you use to connect to internet) or it can be Your Reliance Mobile phone number for reliance mobile phone users.
For Reliance Broadband users, You can find the MDN number on your Reliance Netconnect Box– which looks like this: 07483166789.
For Reliance Mobile users, Subscriber Number number is the phone number itself.
Now Type your Subscriber number without zero and press “Add”. (Note: For some people zero is required.)
Step 6: Once you add the Subscriber Number, it’ll ask you to type “Alias name”. Type anything as alias name and Press “Submit” button.
Step 7: Now you are done with registration. Browse through your account site to find out your Billing details of your Broadband connection or your Phone number or any other details.
Now I am a part of GPS Technology. I am always with it on my every move.
So, what is GPS?
GPS stands for the Global Positioning System. It refers to a system of satellites and receivers that allow people and devices to pinpoint their precise location on the earth. The heart of the system relies on 24 satellites that orbit the earth twice per day.
“Walking was always boring to me, but with the introduction of GPS in my gadgets list, I started walking everyday. I carry my GPS device where ever I go and keep track of my distance of traveling, Time taken to travel a journey, Spot myself on a map, Find restaurants and other important land marks around me…etc etc”
There are more interesting things that I’m doing nowadays with my GPS Device. And below is the list that a GPS can do.
Here is a list of things that my GPS can do for me:
They are useful if you get lost and you have a map that gives UTM or lat/lon coordinates.
You can actually follow yourself on a map in real time display which allows planning turns, stops, etc if your unit has output capability.
You can answer the question “Are we there yet?”
You can find where you left your car.
You can set waypoints and see directions to get there.
You can record the exact path you took to get somewhere and play it back later for someone else to see.
You can prove how fast you were going when stopped by the cops.
You can use it as a compass (if you’re moving).
When camping, you can use it to find your camp when you go on a hike or to town.
You can use it to estimate arrival times.
You can calibrate your speedometer.
You can use it as a trip meter.
It can be a great navigation calculator. For example it will tell you how far apart two places are if you know their locations.
First-year B.E/B.Tech Syllabus book of the 2018-19 scheme
A well-compiled Regulations and syllabus book consisting of complete information regarding the Regulations Governing the Degree of Bachelor of Engineering / Technology as per the Outcome-Based Education (OBE) and Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) for the academic year 2018-19 as per UGC/AICTE. A Scheme and detailed Syllabus for the 1st year B.E/B.Tech for the academic year 2018-19 has been brought out by VTU as per the AICTE model curriculum.
All the principals are requested to send the representatives from their institution to collect the books from the respective regional office of VTU during working hours from 31st July 2018. They are also requested to send the letter indicating the number of books and [email protected] Rs. 50 per book or proof of online payment and distribute the books to the 1st year students for effective dissemination of information.