IIT-M, Machine Design Section

IIT-M, Machine Design Section

Monday, October 5, 2009

Some fact to think……
I would like to tell some fact to think about it. In India 70% of people are living in rural areas. Those who are from rural places, many are studying in their mother tongue (Tamil medium). Out of this, can u identify how many are studying in IIM? The answer is: nobody or some countable number as per my knowledge.
Though he/she clears his written, it is very difficult to get pass in the IIM interview.
Or at least how many are studying B.tech in IIT’s? The answer is: Very less number only.
It is the situation of majority of Indian rural youths to get education in the premier Institutes.

In India, other than different languages (Tamil, Telugu, marati, Gujarat, Malayalam etc), we have this type of partiality also like Tamil medium or English medium in school and colleges and most of big people (C.V Raman, Srinivasan Ramanujam, Ratan Tata, sarabhai etc) are good in English (other than APJ)

What I am trying to say, if we want to see India in the group of developed nation, then it is in the hand of Indian rural Youths. So we try to give ideas & suggestions to them to clear their complex and also they will get confidence by sharing our experience.

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

why I want to write about me in this blog?
First of all, this blog is an open diary to all. Everyone can able to read it. so i would like to share my experience with you people through this blog. I hope this message will give some inspiratiion and motivation to rural students.As a rural student what he has to do after joining any college to compete with others.
1.First we have to be strong in academically and then it is easy to develop parallely other skills.
2. Donot compromise yourself for anything by telling poverty, family problems etc
3. Be confident always and try always with respect to your capability.

"Honesty, hardwork, good friendship and dedication always lead to success"

Thursday, August 6, 2009

About Me:

Hi all, I am paulmurugan J, (JPM) my native place is Thenpazhanchi which is one of the village in madurai district. It is located 18 km from madurai railway station and 4 Km from Madurai Kamaraj University. My father name is S. Jeyarajkonar. My mother name is Thavamani J.
Shri A Ramesh Babu is my Elementary school teacher who taught English first. Since he is the first teacher weared pant in our school(1987), we used still call him 'soottu vathiyar'. He introduced the annual day, sportsday and prize distribution for academic performance in our school. That was highly motivated us in that small village.(Like "Pasanga" movie)
My high school (Savithabhai kovai HSS) teachers are Shri, Muthuraj, Mrs, PusbaLeela who gave valuable encouragements at the time. My Higher secondary teacher (Chemistry teacher, Pasumalai school) is Shri K. Azhagesan who helped me to get Education loan(without selling any of our cultivating land) to study my Engineering and Mr. T.Kathiresan (MM school) is my Tuition teacher who gave always encouragements, confidence and motivation in my young age. In my college days Ms. Ambika madam(Chemistry) and Shri Meenakshi Sundaram(maths sir), rajamurthy sir, Mrs. Rajeshwari, Mr. Malarmohan; all were gave good motivation to me.
Apart from that , My valuable friends and my village atmosphere which helped me to study well.
I thank the people mentioned above above who helped in stages of in my life.