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LAHARI MURIKI

Hola, I am a sophomore, currently pursuing my Electronic Communication Engineering at Malla Freddy engineering college for women. Although I am ECE I am a tech enthusiast too. I would like to develop my country. Want to develop in agriculture. As I said I am a tech enthusiast I have done many challenges and have a GOLD badge in Python at Hackerrank. I love learning and building solutions that can help people's lives. I love taking up new challenges to become a better version of myself.

History of Republic Day

India celebrates Republic Day on January 26 annually with a lot of pride and fervor. It is a day that is important to every Indian citizen. It marks the day when India became truly independent and embraced democracy. In other words, it celebrates the day on which our constitution came […]

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Janmashtami

The Hindus celebrate Janmashtami for the birth of Sri Krishna. The festival usually occurs in August. Moreover, the Hindus celebrate this festival in the Ashtami of Krishna Paksha. Moreover, Lord Krishna is the most powerful incarnation of Lord Vishnu. It is a joyful festival for the Hindus. Furthermore, the Hindus perform […]

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Teachers Day

A Teacher is someone who acts as a guide and inspiration to people – both young and old. He/she is charged with the responsibility of creating awareness as well as opening the mind of people by instilling values, morals, and ethics. Teachers efforts are recognized during the teacher’s day. They shape minds, and we annually celebrate […]

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History of Holi

Holi is known as the festival of colours. It is one of the most important festivals in India. Holi is celebrated each year with zeal and enthusiasm in the month of March by followers of the Hindu religion. Those who celebrate this festival, wait for it every year eagerly to play with […]

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Importance of Trees

Trees are very important, valuable and necessary to our existence as they have furnished us with two important life essentials; food and oxygen. Apart from basically keeping us alive, there are many other little and big benefits we get from trees. So, trees are vital resources for the survival of […]

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Significance of Nature

Nature has been in existence long before humans and ever since it has taken care of mankind and nourished it forever. In other words, it offers us a protective layer which guards us against all kinds of damages and harms. Survival of mankind without nature is impossible and humans need […]

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Qualities of a Good Leader

First of all, confidence is the most quality. A leader must have strong self-confidence. A person lacking in confidence can never be a good leader. A person must be confident enough to ensure others follow him. The leader must have confidence in his decisions and actions. If he is unsure, […]

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Health Is Wealth

Growing up you might have heard the term ‘Health is Wealth’, but its essential meaning is still not clear to most people. Generally, people confuse good health with being free of any kind of illnesses. While it may be part of the case, it is not entirely what good health is all […]

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Time and Tide Wait for None

Time and tide wait for none this idiom is apt in today’s world. As the world is moving at a fast pace nobody has got time to waist. Moreover, time never stops, the clock is always ticking. Therefore to use our time we should work hard every second. Because if […]

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The History behind 14th November as the Children’s day

Because of Chacha Nehru’s immense love for children, 14th November was declared as Children’s day since the death of Nehru in 1964. Nationwide this day is celebrated to shower love and affection towards children. Schools and Colleges celebrate Children’s day with great enthusiasm. Teachers and students of every school on this day come […]

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Importance of Independence Day

Every Indian holds a different viewpoint about Indian Independence. For some, it’s a reminder of the long struggle while for youngsters it stands for the glory and honor of the country. Above all, we can see the feeling of patriotism across the country. The Indian’s celebrate Independence Day with a feeling of […]

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NOISE IN ANALOG COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS

INTRODUCTION:In any communication system, during the transmission of the signal or while receiving the signal, some unwanted signal gets introduced into the communication, making it unpleasant for the receiver, and questioning the quality of the communication. Such a disturbance is called as Noise. Most common examples of noise are − […]

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International Youth Day

It is observed on 12 August every year to raise awareness about the youth and draws attention to the issues faced by the youth all across the world. For the first time, it was declared by the United Nations General Assembly. From 1965 to 1975 an International policy on youth […]

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FRIENDSHIP

Friendship is one of the greatest bonds anyone can ever wish for. Lucky are those who have friends they can trust. Friendship is a devoted relationship between two individuals. They both feel immense care and love for each other. Usually, a friendship is shared by two people who have similar interests and feelings. […]

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RECURSIVE ALGORITHM

A recursive algorithm calls itself which usually passes the return value as a parameter to the algorithm again. This parameter is the input while the return value is the output. Recursive algorithm is a method of simplification that divides the problem into sub-problems of the same nature. The result of […]

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