Thursday, March 19, 2015

Formula for Success

" Keep you dreams alive
Understand to achieved anything requires FAITH and believe in yourself.
Some people dream of success while others wake up and work hard at it.
remember, all things are POSSIBLE for those who believe".

Success is not achieved by merely dreaming of something that you want to be. As the saying say's
"dreams are always under construction",in order to construct these dreams hardwork must be done

In our own stage, we, as actors of our own story, the outcome of everything depends on how we act in every situation that happens in our daily living.

as Collin Powell says,"There are no secrets to success. It is the result of preparation, hardwork and learning from failure". As long as we are determined whether we win or lose, success is surely at the end of the line. Success isn't just about what you accomplish in your life but also it is all about how you inspire others too.

Success belongs to those who work hard, so "Work hard in silence and let your success make the noise!...

Technology and Job

"Give me a fish and I eat for a day,
Teach me how to fish and I eat for a lifetime"

increasing Demand

Induced Spawning is widely use technology to produced fry outside the normal spawning season for maximum hatchery production and to provide fish when the price and market demand is greatest; and maximize survival of fry under hatchery conditions.

lecture presentation on Induced spawning of Rohu (Labeo rohita)
Induced reproduction in fish

Friday, March 6, 2015

Bit's of information; Building Modern Society through Information and Communication Technology

Computers were originally used by scientists for calculating numbers, and have gradually become useful in offices and industries. In recent times, simplified models that can be used by almost everybody, have become common in schools and homes for accomplishing many varied tasks and applications, Madu (2000) as cited by  (Ogbomo & Ogbomo, 2008). Imagine if computers are not yet discovered, daily task will not be done immediately, by means of the discovery of computers many of the paper works are now easily done through the use of these devices. As the discovery of computer comes in this era, according to Fapohunda (1999) as cited by  (Ogbomo & Ogbomo, 2008), computers are now commonly put to: writing letters, and reports, printing books, newspapers, and magazines, drawing pictures and diagrams, doing statistics, mathematics and handling financial records, controlling traffic lights, flying aeroplanes, making and playing music and video, sending messages anywhere in the world.
Through the positive feedback of society when it comes to the use of computer, discovery of internet is also been established. The Internet is a global collection of many types of computers and computer networks that are linked together. It is increasingly becoming the solution to many information, problems, information exchange, and marketing Adesanya (2002) as cited by  (Ogbomo & Ogbomo, 2008). It plays a significant role in education, health, political processes, agriculture, economy, businesses and newsgroups. Woherem (2000) as cited by  (Ogbomo & Ogbomo, 2008). states that with Internet connectivity, one can do business all over the world without physical contact with the buyer or the need. Electronic mail (e-mail) is the exchange of text messages and computer files transmitted via communications networks such as the Internet Nwosu (2004) as cited by  (Ogbomo & Ogbomo, 2008) mobile phones as a telephone system that can move or be moved easily and quickly from place to place. Its impact on the economic activities of nations, businesses, and small entrepreneurs is phenomenal. According to Marcelle (2000) as cited by  (Ogbomo & Ogbomo, 2008), the availability of this new technology has been reshaping the material basis of the society as well as bringing about a profound restructuring of economic, political, and cultural relations among states.
Modern society is characterized by sudden growth and development of information technology (IT) resulting in large dependence of the society, in a wider sense, on the individual knowledge and competence of a person in the IT area (Kuo & Dzaja, 2011). Today‘s world is a world of information explosion. This information explosion is taking place in such a fast speed that even a literate person is feeling as if he or she is illiterate being not able to cope up with such an information explosion (Welukar, et al., 2011).
Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is a major challenge to our educational system (Moursund, 2005). Technology is the practical form of scientific knowledge or the science of application of knowledge to practical and communication is an integral part of human existence (Welukar, et al., 2011). Through information and communications technology (ICT) the processing of information and its communications facilities and features that variously support teaching, learning and a range of activities in education. ICT uses the information to meet human need or purposes including processing and exchanging. ICT has become an integral and accepted part of everyday life for many people.

 Technology is increasing in importance in people’s lives and it is expected that this trend will continue, to the extent that technological literacy will become a functional requirement for people’s work, social, and personal lives. The creative use of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) in education has the capacity to increase the quality of people’s lives by enhancing teaching and learning  (Lindsay, et al., 2002). As the ICT education become more and more useful people are now “powered by technology, fueled by information and driven by knowledge”.


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