The following work is based on my sophomore year course PSY302 on Social Psychology at IIIT Delhi under the guidance of Dr Ratan Suri.
This blog is my interpretation of the experiment conducted by Heider and Simmel in 1944 to understand apparent behaviour. My work revolves around the concept of attribution and it’s application in understanding the social world around us. Hence it is imperative for the reader the watch that breakthorugh experiment before reading this blog any further.
or how to get admission in IIIT Delhi without JEE Mains
IIIT Delhi has 3 modes of admission for its B.Tech program. The first and the most popular one is via JEE Mains. The other two methods are relatively unknown to a lot of aspirants. One of them is through UCEED and the other is through class XII percentage.
This blog is related to UCEED and its mode of admission at IIIT Delhi because I was admitted in B.Tech in Computer Science & Design at IIIT-D based on my UCEED rank in 2019.
And my experience as a blogger.
1 November 2020 marks my first anniversary on Medium as a blogger. In this one year, I have published 12 blogs, gained roughly 15 followers with total views of ~2000.
Is this some astonishing number? Definitely not!
Is this something that I am proud of? Definitely yes!
This year, I published 4 tech blogs, 3 blogs related to books, and 5 blogs on miscellaneous topics like anthropology, course reviews, etc.
There can be many reasons to get you started.
Needless to say, writing blogs helps you in improving your writing skills :) because when…
In this blog, I have briefly discussed five searching algorithms along with their algorithmic implementation in C++ and Java.
It is the simplest of all searching algorithms. In this, we check the value of the array at the 0 index with the target value and keep on jumping and checking the array to the next index until we find the target value or iterate the whole array. It is an example of a brute-force algorithm.
Based on Data Structures Crash Course by Algo Expert
In this blog, I have written a brief summary of all the popular data structures and also talked about their time complexities based on my learnings from the 5 hours Data Structures Course.
Title: The Google Story
Author: David A. Vise
Publication Year: 2005
The story begins by discussing the early life of Larry Page and Sergey Brin. It talks in great detail about their college life, projects, and how Google came into existence. From there it travels into the life of the students-turned-businessmen, who want to take their project out to the world and make it accessible to everyone. The book covers the struggle and joy behind Google’s initial funding. The scalability and future potential of Google are tested in their pre-IPO phase and somehow, they always outperform…
Netnography is a special kind of ethnographic technique that is conducted using the social and cultural data shared freely by people on the internet. It is a less invasive technique than ethnography and is more natural because it does not require interviews, surveys, focus groups, et cetera, to collect data. Data collection is much less time consuming, and the researchers have access to the data of a wider population. It encompasses the use of search engines to collect particular sorts of social data to answer questions about people or social media spaces.
Title: How To Win Friends And Influence People
Author: Dale Carnegie
Genre: Self- Help
Publication Date: 1936
Publication House: Simon & Schuster, Inc
Copies Sold: 30+ million
Average Time to read: 7–8 hours
The book has four major parts and in total, 30 chapters. Each chapter is simply a piece of advice and technique on how to understand, manage and deal with people and situations. Dale draws each of his techniques with countless real-life examples from history and contemporary world that reinforce the truth in his suggestions.
Hereby, I have summarised all the 30 techniques in a quick…
Adobe Illustrator CC — Essentials Training Course is an entry-level, beginners course to Adobe Illustrator taught by Daniel W. Scott. He is an Adobe Certified Instructor and owns the company, Bring Your Own Laptop. The course is available on Udemy and other MOOC platforms. The total course duration is around 8 hours.
The course covers majorly all topics that a beginner should know to create their own logo, posters, icons, flyers, hand-drawn illustrations. For a detailed look at the syllabus and topics covered, please refer to this link.
I have already completed a couple of Adobe Illustrator courses taught by…
In this paper, the main issue that Sohini Sengupta is trying to address is to highlight and draw our attention to the rising misinformation spread on social media, during the crisis of coronavirus, that are just rumors, falsified facts or fake news, and promote xenophobia and communal differences and division. Affordable smartphones and cheap mobile data  have significantly boosted the spread of online social media. As of 2019, 42% of the Indian population has access to the internet, and around 376 million people utilize some form of social media . Most of the author’s work revolves around WhatsApp, and…