Thursday, February 25, 2021

Webinar on "How to Build a Career in Data Analytics" with E-Certificate

Webinar on "How to Build a Career in Data Analytics" with E-Certificate

 Free webinar from BOARD INFINITY in collaboration with Student Organization OASIS, and GeeksForGeeks-Chapter LPU brings webinar on How to Build a Career in Data Analytics.

DATE: 27/02/2020 

TIME: 04:30 PM onwards

VENUE: Youtube Channel of Board Infinity.

Registration link  (FREE): Click here

E- Certificate:- with E-Certificate from Board Infinity.

What you will learn:

  • What’s the driving force behind the demand for data science professionals, and what does top talent in this area look like according to leading businesses?.
  • What does the job market look like for data scientists? are there specific shortages and areas of need that might contribute to how a data scientist shapes their education and career path?.
  • What do you see as far as data scientist degrees being put to actual use and which ones are companies looking for most?.
  • What are companies looking for in a data scientist? what types of skills are most in-demand and helpful?.
  • How can data scientists make themselves more widely marketable in the industry? And many more.

About the Coach:- Mr. Mukesh Jain, Chief Technology & Innovation Officer, VP Insights & Data Capgemini India (Ex-Microsoft, Ex-Jio).

Saturday, February 20, 2021



Free webinar organisation by "Rajagiri College of Management and Applied Sciences" (Affiliated to MG University) Rajagiri Valley Post, Ernakulam, Kerala, India.

“We have more information than we have skills to turn it into useful knowledge”.
Mark Rolston Well, it’s time to upskill yourself and transform your knowledge into power.
The "Department of Logistics" is excited to inform you that we are conducting a Two Day International Webinar 'LOGIFIED -2021' on the

1)  Topic:- " Current Cyber Threats To Industries and Solutions"
Date :-  23rd Feb 2021 And

2)  Topic :- "The Scope of Green Logistics "
Date :- 24th Feb 2021
Gear up and grab this amazing opportunity.

Registration link :- Click Here 

Join the Webinar from:- 23rd February 2021 – 24th February 2021

E- Certificate :-  E- Certificate  All the registered participants will get an E-Certificate after submitting the feedback forms.

Help and Your Queries shall be answered through [email protected]

Faculty Coordinators
Ms. Nidhi Varghese - +91 86060 46515
Ms. Veena Renjini - +91 96331 86100

Ms.Diana Joseph - +91 80893 48320

Thursday, February 18, 2021

what is Atmospheric drag in satellite communication?

 Atmospheric drag
For near-earth satellites, below about 1000 km, the effects of atmospheric drag are significant. Because the drag is greatest at the perigee, the drag acts to reduce the velocity at this point, with the result that the satellite does not reach the same apogee height on successive revolutions.
The result is that the semimajor axis and the eccentricity are both reduced. Drag does not noticeably change the other orbital parameters, including perigee height.  
In the program used for generating the orbital elements given in the NASA bulletins, a pseudo-drag term is generated, which is equal to one-half the rate of change of mean motion.  
An approximate expression for the change of major axis is

where the “0” subscripts denote values at the reference time t0, and n0 is the first derivative of the mean motion. The mean anomaly is also changed, an approximate value for the change being:

Wednesday, February 17, 2021

Free webinar on Role of Teachers in National Education Policy (NEP) Awareness ,orientation , challenges & response

Free webinar on Role of Teachers in National Education Policy (NEP) Awareness ,orientation , challenges & response

Free webinar on Role of Teachers in National Education Policy (NEP) Awareness ,orientation , challenges & response Organizing by Niti Ayog, Bhartiya Shikshan Mandal and NRI INSTITUTE OF RESEARCH & TECHNOLOGY BHOPAL.

  • Chief Guest: Dr.Jayant sonwalkar Vice chancellor Madhya Pradesh Bhoj (open) University Bhopal MP
  • Speaker:-  Dr.Ashish Dongre Principal SVP Shamla Hills Bhopal MP formerly -Director of Technical Education Bhopal MP ,Vice President Solar Energy Society of India
  • Speaker :- Dr.Avinash Bajpai Registrar Makhanlal Chaturvedi Rashtriya Patrkarita Vishwavidyalaya Bhopal MP
  • Speaker :-Dr.Rajrani Sharma Professor (Rtd) govt. kamalaRaja PG college Gwalior,Television and radio reviewer, interviewer Eminent writer , thinker, critic ,speaker,

Date :17/02/2021
Time 10.30 AM onwards

This webinar would be conducted online mode through Zoom application . For

Registration :Click here 

No Registration Fees , E- Certificate will be provided to all participants.

Meeting ID:4806641206
Passcode: 567891

E- Certificate will be provided to all participants.

For any queries please contact 9425646900

Monday, February 15, 2021

Free webinar on New Age Career Options post Covid-19 era with e-certificates

Free webinar on New Age Career Options post Covid-19 era with e-certificates

Free webinar on New Age Career Options post Covid-19 era. 

Speaker: Mr. Nikhil Kundra
About Speaker :-

  • Motivational Speaker, Mentor, and IIM Certified Digital Marketing Consultant.
  • Founder, "Oh! Puhleeez” (ranks #1 globally on google searches).
  • Associated with prominent brands like PRATHAM (India's leading test prep brand).

Details of the event are as follows:
Date: 17 February 2021
Day: Wednesday
Time: 3:00 pm IST

  • Why there is a need to revise potential and why skills are important?.
  • Prominent career options after Covid-19 (Data Science, AI, UI/UX, IoT, Ethical hacking, etc.).
  • New education policy.
  • Internship Opportunity Available.

For Registration:- Click Here 

PS: The event is FREE of cost & e-certificates will be provided to the attendees.

Faculty Coordinators:

  • Dr. Divya Jain
  • Dr. Meghna Sharma
  • Dr. Priyanka Vashisht

For further queries or detailed information, Contact:

Atmospheric Losses in satellite communications

 Atmospheric Losses
Losses occur in the earth’s atmosphere as a result of energy absorption by the atmospheric gases. These losses are treated quite separately from those which result from adverse weather conditions, which of course are also atmospheric losses. To distinguish between these, the weather-related losses are referred to as atmospheric attenuation and the absorption losses simply as atmospheric absorption.
The atmospheric absorption loss varies with frequency.  
For an elevation angle of 90° at the earth-station antenna, denoting this value of absorption loss as [AA]90 decibels, then for elevation angles down to10°, an approximate formula for the absorption loss in decibels is

Where El is the angle of elevation. An effect known as atmospheric scintillation can also occur. This is a fading phenomenon, the fading period being several tens of seconds. It is caused by differences in the atmospheric refractive index, which in turn results in focusing and defocusing of the radio waves, which follow different ray paths through the atmosphere. It may be necessary to make an allowance for atmospheric scintillation, through the introduction of a fade margin in the link power-budget calculations.

Friday, February 12, 2021

Orbital Elements

 Orbital Elements:

  • Earth-orbiting artificial satellites are defined by six orbital elements referred to as the keplerian element set.  
  • Two of these, the semimajor axis a and the eccentricity e, give the shape of the ellipse.  
  • A third, the mean anomaly M0, gives the position of the satellite in its orbit at a reference time known as the epoch.
  •  A fourth, the argument of perigee, gives the rotation of the orbit’s perigee point relative to the orbit’s line of nodes in the earth’s equatorial plane.  
  • The remaining two elements, the inclination i and the right ascension of the ascending node, relate the orbital plane’s position to the earth
Apogee and Perigee Heights:
  • The length of the radius vectors at apogee and perigee can be obtained from the geometry of the ellipse: 

  • In order to find the apogee and perigee heights, the radius of the earth must be subtracted from the radii lengths, as shown in the following example.