Boot-Camp at PTU Nalanda

Wow! I am really excited while giving words to my thoughts 😉

So here the day starts. I along with my team and few more went to PTU Nalanda school of TQM and Entrepreneurship regarding that Tie-B plan competition in which 25 teams were shortlisted. Though I was exhilarated from a few days back and yeah this 1-day camp totally satisfies my expectations.

I got an opportunity to learn tremendous things over there. I got to know about a number of huge personalities over there, they are among successful entrepreneurs, CEO of a company, Director and much more.

The way they (there is a huge list starting with Prof. JPS Sibia, Mr. Hirdesh Madan, Mr. Amulya Shukla and the list goes on describing these great individuals) had interacted with us all and motivated us really ignite a spark in me to do something out of the box.

Some discussed few stories, others started telling about their journeys. It was a session(combo) full of enjoyment, encounter, and learning.

There is much more to write but let’s just sum up here.

It was seriously a wonderful experience for me and now am aiming at the second stage with full enthusiasm.

Though [OT] but,

“preparación de Alimentos era muy bueno”  (Spanish people will get it) :p

P.S: Featured image is one of my favorite motivational quote from today’s session. 🙂

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Slog and Blog!

Today I tried setting an environment for computer graphics system so that output of c++ program can be seen from a terminal as well.

For this, I followed this link suggested by one of my friend (Gagan)

I was getting an error explained below after running the command

sudo apt-get install build-essentials

ERROR:

E: Encountered a section with no Package: header

E: Problem with MergeList /var/lib/apt/lists/archive.ubuntu.com_ubuntu_dists_natty_main_binary-i386_Packages

E: The package lists or status file could not be parsed or opened.

For solving above I ran below two commands:

sudo rm -vf /var/lib/apt/lists/*

sudo apt-get update 

Apart from this my octave Ghost error also got solved. The problem was mainly related to broken packages in the installation of PPA packages and octave software.

Moreover, I got involved in Design Aiding project.

P.S: Music is LIFE (May be irrelevant here, but karo jo dil chahe :p ^_^ )