Welcome to the RBIMS Coronavirus Quiz.

The outbreak of the virus has upended life and business in unimaginable ways. You must have already received a torrent of news and explains about the virus and its effects, including from us. But how familiar are you with the virus? Here is a chance to test your knowledge. Questions are multiple-choice. There’s no penalty for incorrect answers, so feel free to wager a guess. At the end of the quiz, you’ll get a total score. You could share the results on social media. All the participants will get digital certificate with their obtained score.

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Holistic Approach of RBIMS

R B Institute of Management Studies (RBIMS) located in the eastern part of Ahmedabad offers various courses in the area of Management and  Computer Studies. The various courses comprises of MBA, MCA, Integrated MBA and Integrated MCA. The only Institute in the eastern part of Ahmedabad is affiliated to Gujarat Technological University (GTU) and approved by AICTE. The Institute is constantly focusing on the holistic development of all the students by numerous academic and non-academic activities. The Institute organizes various activities in its premises in order to bring outntje hidden talent of the students. To name a few activities, Orientation day, Industrial visits, guest lectures, seminars, Management Development Programs (MDPs), soft skill development activities, group discussions, Agrm Techfest, sports day, ganesh utsav, navratri,Days Celebration, Holi Celebration and many other social activities are carried out with great enthusiasm among the students. The only college in eastern Ahmedabad provides various opportunities to students for their overall development.

The Institute also helps those students who are financially weak by providing them the opportunity to take up the part time jobs after college hours. This way the Institute offers earn while you learn program. RBIMS, the only college in eastern Ahmedabad provides individual attention to each and every student through its counseling and mentoring activities.

RBIMS aims at preparing the students to compete with the global competition. The Institute is having an International tie up with Lincoln University College (LUC),Malaysia and offers other International courses. The Institute aims at holistic development of students and make them ready for the corporate. It offers various Management Development Programs apart from the GTU curriculum. The MDPs offered by the Institute includes Tally, Digital Markeing, Import Export Courses, Software Testing, Soft Skill etc. In this way the Institute continuously strives for the upliftment and development of student community.


The primary focus of the new center is to ensure that AI systems are beneficial to humans, said Stuart Russell, a Berkeley professor of electrical engineering and computer science. The center will work on ways to guarantee that the AI systems of the future, which may be entrusted with control of critical infrastructure and may provide essential services to billions of people, will act in a manner that is aligned with human values. “Systems are already being fielded in society,” Selman said. “We must make sure robotic systems

actually know about human ethics and human values.” Much of Selman’s research  is in  the area of computer science called “decision theory.” He recently worked on a project funded by Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk to make self-driving cars safer, and that includes problems in decision- making. The car must decide if it’s worth the risk to pass the slow-moving car up ahead. Ultimately this could evolve into the moral dilemmas debated by philosophers, like the “Trolley Problem.” A runaway trolley will crash and kill five people, but you can stop it by pushing a man off a bridge so he lands on the tracks, probably killing him in the process. As a less theoretical problem, should your self-driving car be protective of you at the expense of other drivers?

The stakes will be even higher when computers manage air traffic control or the power grid, or make medical decisions in hospitals.

Halpern also works with decision theory. Typically, when making a decision, there is uncertainty about what will happen, he points out. How many people may die in the trolley crash? How seriously will the guy on the tracks be injured? One solution to uncertainty is to have more data, he noted, and part of the answer lies in giving computers access to Big Data. “If you have lots of data you can estimate the probabilities well and get a much better handle on uncertainty,” he explained. Some of that may be data on human behavior: Russell has suggested robots should learn about human decision-making by observing human activity.

“As we go into the world with massive AI and robots,” Halpern concluded, “how should we prepare ourselves?”

Shah Parth Y. MCA, Sem – III


Kuch karo ya na karo,
Bharat pe maan karo,
Ganga k jaal ka samaan karo,
Narmada ka bi maan karo,
Haridwar pe bhakti karo,
Golden temple me apne kasht ko haro…

Kuch karo ya na karo,
Bharat pe maan karo,
Himalaya ki unchai pe tirange ka samaan karo,
Chand tak pauch jau par dil bharat k naam karo,
Taj-mahal se pyar karo,

Kashmir me swarg k darshan karo,
Kuch karo ya na karo,
Bharat pe maan karo…

Ms. Sapna Singh
MBA, Sem – I


We are the future and we are the light;
We have the power coz we have the might.
We have the duty to shape this world bright.
We for this nation, should unite and fight.
We have the heart so pure and white.
We should be the next gen’s eye sight.

We are the growing new generation;
We are the architects of our nation.
We should never think of its division
We can win anything just by preparation
We just need to have some liberation.
We believe, can achieve without any hesitation.

We have the power to let out the truth;
never doubt our strength,we are the YOUTH!!!!!!

Ezhava Abinraj P MCA,
Sem – III


“The quickest road to success is to possess an attitude toward failure of  ‘no fear.’ ”

They’re veterans of failure. The prevailing school of thought in progressive companies—such as Intuit, General Electric, Corning & Virgin Atlantic—is that great success depends on great risk, & failure is simply a common byproduct. Executives of such organizations don’t mourn their mistakes but instead parlay them into future gains.“The quickest road to success is to possess an attitude toward failure of ‘no fear,’ ” says Heath. “To do their work well, to be successful & to keep their companies competitive, leaders and workers on the front lines need to stick their necks out a mile every day.

They have to deliver risky, edgy, breakthrough ideas, plans, presentations, advice, technology, products, leadership, bills and more. And they have to deliver all this fearlessly—without any fear whatsoever of failure, rejection or punishment.”

Vajihuddin Pirjada
MBA, Sem – III


Do mulk lad rahe hai apas naa jane kyu!,
Ye joo sarhad bani hai beech me naa jane kyu?.

Kyu? kaa jawab to bas itna lagta hai ki,
koi hai dusra saitan joo lada raha naa jane kyu?.

Vo sarahad nahi hai saitan kaa jaal hai,
or hum log naa jane Phas rahe Kyu?.

Saitan vo apne aap ko khuda ke bande kahlata hai,
to phir kaam aatankwadi wale kyu?.

Aee pak mulk to kashmir chahta hai,
sharaft se maag kar to dhekho ye khun kharaba kyu?.

Ye kashmir kya hindustan tumhara hai,
to isme dono deshso ke beto ka balidan kyu?.

Pakistan hum aye befiker or tum yaha ,
tode de in sharhado to mil kar hum na kyu?.

Idd hum manaye or diwali tum,
phir dhekh ye jamana jalle kyu?

Aatankwad ko jaad se ukhaad pheke,
dono mulko ki maa, behen, biwi roe kyu?

Sharhad na rahegi na rahege kaite,
aoo mill baat ke sare shukh or dhuk baate na kyu?

Jo hua vo sahi nahi per abb acchi suruwat to karni hogi,

l bas ab hamari nahi aatank ki bari bass
yahi dono desho samajhte nahi kyu?

Or naa khun bhaiga na becche gi lasse,
abb puchna band karo tumhe malum hai kyu.

D Sachin Singh
MCA, Sem – III


Every day is a beginning, a new chance, new opportunity. Get organized for the tasks. You have to complete today, and face the day as something new without the weight of the past.

If you had a bad day the day before, leave that behind you. Focus on a new intend. How can you make today better? How can you fix any mistake or avoid situations that made the previous day bad? We all have things from the previous day. We have to continue working on or finish. When you pick up the project from the day before, treat it fresh because today is new day.

We can find a new hope and we can learn something a new in everyday so I say,” New day, new hope, new life”

Person has opportunity to love and believe, accept and start, dream and enjoy. Don’t postpone your happiness for tomorrow. Happiness is really a more important part of a meaningful life.

You will speak lines to yourself every morning:
1. I am the best.
2. I can do it.
3. God is always with me.
4. I am a winner.
5. Today is my day. (Source: APJ Abdul Kalam)

Jyotiben Vaja

MBA, Sem – I


•About 1.8 billion people connect to the Internet, only 450 million of them speak English.
•A program named “Rother J” was the first computer virus to come into sight “in the wild”— that is, outside the single computer or lab where it was created.
•70% of virus writers actually work under a contract for an organization.
•Up until the 14th of September, 1995, domain registration was free.
•Mosaic was the first popular web browser which was released in 1993.
•Sweden has the highest percentage of internet users, they are 75%.
•Every minute, 10 hours of videos are uploaded on YouTube.
•The world’s first computer which was named the Z1, was invented by Konrad Zuse in 1936. His next invention, the Z2 was finished in 1939 and was the first fully functioning electro- mechanical computer.
•The average computer user blinks 7 times a minute, less than half the normal rate of 20.
•Google uses an estimated 15 billion kWh of electricity per year, more than most countries. However, Google generates a lot of their own power with their solar panels.
•Tim Berners-Lee coined the phrase “World Wide Web” in 1990.
•The very first Apple logo featured Sir Isaac Newton sitting underneath a tree, with an apple about to hit his head.

•Bill Gates house was designed using a Macintosh Computer.
•CD’s, or Compact discs read from the inside to the outside edge, which is the reverse of how records work.
•The 30th of November is known as “Computer Security Day”.
•Skype is banned from the public in China.
•On an average work day, a typist’s fingers travel about 12.6 miles.
•The Apple II had a hard drive of only 5 megabytes when it was launched.
•86% of people try to plug their USB devices upside down.
•30,000 websites are hacked every day. Highly effective computer software programs are  used by cybercriminals to automatically detect vulnerable websites which can be hacked easily.
•Internet sends approximately 204 million emails per minute and 70% of all the mails  sent are spam. 2 billion electrons are required to produce a single email.
•The internet requires 50 Million horsepower to keep running in the current state.
•Twenty-five percent of Americans use only a mobile device to use the Internet.
•First tweet was done on 21st March, 2006 by Jack Dorsey and the first YouTube video to be uploaded was “Meet At Zoo” at 8:27 p.m. on Saturday, April 23, 2005 by Jawed Karim.
•China has treatment camps for Internet addicts.
•NASA’s Internet connection is 13,000 times faster than yours (91 Gbps)

Altaf Chauhan, MCA